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UMD Faculty Receive Imagine Fund Awards

March 23, 2016

UMD faculty receive University of Minnesota's 2016 Imagine Fund Annual Award. 


Faculty members from a variety of disciplines at UMD are recipients of the University of Minnesota's 2016 Imagine Fund Annual Award. The fund supports research in the arts, design, and the humanities. This year, 109 awards were given throughout the U of M system.

The UMD professors and the titles of their research are as follows:

David Beard, associate professor, Writing Studies, Game Studies from the Rhetorical Perspective: Research in Collaboration with the Games Institute at the University of Waterloo

Joshua Bernstein, assistant professor, English, In Josaphat’s Valley: Essays on War, Literature, and Life 

Jefferson Campbell, associate professor, Music, New Music for Bassoon Tour and Recording

Paul Cannan, associate professor, English, The Making of Shakespeare the Poet: The Publication and Reception of Shakespeare's Poetry, 1640-1790

Mitra Emad, associate professor, Sociology & Anthropology, Exploring the Capacities of Digital Storytelling to Theorize the Learning Body

Paula Gudmundson, assistant professor, Music, Performance at the La Cote Flute Festival in October 6-9, 2016 in Switzerland 

Eugene Koshinski, associate professor, Music, Artistic HD Video Documentation

Susan Maher, dean, College of Liberal Arts, English, Authoring Landscapes: Literary Pilgrimage in the Interior of North America

Jamie Ratliff, assistant professor, Art & Design, Presence of Mind, Absence of Voice: Contemporary women’s art practice in Mexico, 1968-present

Justin Rubin, professor, Music, Variations on American Themes and the Reacquisition of Traditional Forms

Theodore Schoen, professor, Music, International Performances and Master Classes in Russia and France

David Short, assistant professor, Art & Design, Type at Cooper—Certification to Education

Craig Stroupe, associate professor, Writing Studies, Charismatic Spaces: Transgressive Identities and Networked Presence on the Physical University Campus

Eun-Kyung Suh, professor, Art & Design, The Dual Metaphor of Doors in Relation to Refugees

David Syring, associate professor, Sociology & Anthropology, Finalizing the Vida Matizada Collection: Participatory Media Making with the Saraguro People of Ecuador

Krista Twu, associate professor, English, Chaucer's Boethius: Literary?

Shannon Walsh, assistant professor, Political Science, Living in Violence: Women’s Rights without Remedies in Latin America

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