2011 IAHI Grant Recipients

Anton, Marta (School of Liberal Arts)
“Traditional and Alternative Methods of Evaluating Second Language Proficiency and Programs with Particular Emphasis on Spanish”

Bodenhamer, David (School of Liberal Arts)
“Spatial Narratives and Deep Maps: Explorations in the Spatial Humanities”

Brant, Herbert (School of Liberal Arts)
“Strange Bedfellow”: Argentine Homoerotic Fiction and National Politics”

Deal, Scott (School of Liberal Arts)
“Big Robot DVD Project”

Hong, Youngbok (Herron School of Art and Design)
“The eDemocracy Plaza”

Horvath, Robert (Herron School of Art and Design)
“Exploration of Sculptural Formation in Porcelain”

Kelly, Jason (School of Liberal Arts)
“In the Wake of Abolition: Citizenship in the British Atlantic, 1807-1921”

Kovacik, Karen (School of Liberal Arts)
“Calling Out to Yeti: Preliminary Travel for an Anthology of Polish Women Poets”

Mullins, Paul (School of Liberal Arts)
“Historical Archaeology, Globalization, and Consumer Society in Northern Europe, 1600-1900”

Petranek, Stefan (Herron School of Art and Design)
“Genetic Portraits”

Robertson, Jean (Herron School of Art and Design)
“Art in the 21st Century: Issues and Trends Taking Shape”

Robinson, Cory (Herron School of Art and Design)
“Beyond Vernacular”

Setser, Meredith (Herron School of Art and Design)

Shepherd, Susan (School of Liberal Arts)
“Language Use in the Kenyan Deaf Community: A Linguistic Model for Access to Healthcare”

Streekstra, Holly (Herron School of Art and Design)
“Budapest, Hungary”

Thorington Springer, Jennifer (School of Liberal Arts)
“Voices from the Margins: Constructing Radical Subjectivities”

Van Wyke, Ben (School of Liberal Arts)
“The Nida Institute School for Translation Studies”