The IHC offers an annual collaborative project award (up to $1500) to encourage graduate student collaboration beyond the confines and conventions of particular departments and disciplines within the arts and humanities, and between the arts and humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Groups of graduate students from at least two departments or academic programs are eligible to apply. A faculty advisor is recommended but not required. Eligible projects include conferences, symposia, exhibitions, and performances. Projects that experiment with a combination of dissemination formats are encouraged. Click here for more information about graduate collaborative awards.

Spring 2016

Anna Bax, Linguistics; Kendra Calhoun, Linguistics; Joyhanna Kemp, Spanish & Portuguese; Jacqueline Kemp, Graduate School of Education; Jenny Sperling, Graduate School of Education; Chelsea Tanous, Graduate School of Education, 23rd Annual Conference on Language, Interaction, and Social Organization (LISO): Encounter and Interface

Sunny Samuel, Art; Keir Balla, Biology, UCSD, Interpretation and Transformation of Structural Images of Host-Parasite Interactions through Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, and Animation

Spring 2015

Bianka Ballina, Bhargavi Narayanan and Alexander Champlin, Film and Media Studies, Media Fields Conference 2015: Encounters
Melissa Barthelemy, History; Shari Sanders, Comparative Literature, Acts of Love and Compassion in the Wake of the Isla Vista Tragedy

Spring 2014

Peninah Wolpo, History; Ryan Abrecht, History; Brianna Bricker, Art History, Christopher Kegerreis, History; James Conrad, History; Greg Goalwin, Sociology; Vicky Ballmes, Religious Studies; Nathan Fredrickson, Religious Studies; Christopher Nofziger, History; Lisa Meyers, History; Sean Harrington, History; Ryan Minor, History, Innovation in Premodern Borderlands

Jonathan Forbes, English; Anneliese Pollock, French and Italian, Modernizing the Medieval: Current Trends in Medieval Studies and the Humanities

Kenneth Hough, History; Kristy Slominski, Religious Studies; Steven Hu, Religious Studies; David Gray, Film and Media Studies, 2014 International Graduate Student Conference on the Cold War

Spring 2013

Chris Morales, Religious Studies; Michael Kinsella, Religious Studies; Keith Hess, Philosophy; Rick Stoody, Philosophy, Personhood, Possession, and Place: Embodiment and Emplacement in Special Contexts

Kendra Sarna, Religious Studies; Andrew Magnusson, History; Samaneh Oladi Ghadikolaei, Religious Studies; Corrine Kalota, Religious Studies; Reconstituting Female Authority: Women’s Participation in the Transmission and Production of Islamic Knowledge


Spring 2012

Pablo Colapinto, Media Arts & Technology; David Gray, Film and Media Studies; Rahul Mukherjee, Film and Media Studies; Jade Petermon, Film and Media Studies; Lindsay Thomas, Film and Media Studies; Media Fields Journal: Critical Explorations in Media and Space
Alison Reed, English; Shannon Brennan, English; Kristie Soares, Comparative Literature; Jessica Lopez Lyman, Chicano Studies; Bodies in Space III: A Guerilla-Style Graduate Conference
Abigail P. Dowling, History; Paul Megna, English; Fear and Loathing in the Middle Ages, 2012 Annual Medieval Studies Graduate Student Conference
Nathan French, Religious Studies; Sohaira Siddiqui, Religious Studies; Andrew Magnusson, History,;Locating the Shari’a: Creating New Sources for Knowledge and Inquiry

Spring 2011

Brett Esaki, Religious Studies; Niccole Coggins, History; Jason Hopkins, Sociology; Kristy Slominski, Religious Studies and Feminist Studies, Interdisciplinarity and the Study of Religion, UCSB Graduate Student Conference
Henry Maar, History; Regina Longo, Film and Media Studies, 2011 International Graduate Student Conference on the Cold War
Shannon Meyer; Megan Palmer Brown and Paul Megna, English, Senses and Sensibilities in the Middle Ages
Carly Thomsen, Feminist Studies; Amanda Denes, Communication; Annika Speer, Theater and Dance, Beyond the Divide: Using Social Justice Theater to Challenge Dominant Discourses, Incite Action, and Produce Theory
Peninah Wolpo, History; Wyatt Rounds, Religious Studies; Chris Kegerreis, History; Brianna Bricker, Art History; Jason Linn, History, Tracing Boundaries: Identity and Place in the Ancient Frontier – International Graduate Student Conference

Spring 2010

Matthew Driscoll, Ewa Manek, and Suzy Cincone, East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies, and Lily Wong, Comparative Literature, “The Translator’s Visibility” Inter-UC Graduate Conference & Exhibition
Julien Guillemet, French, and Vasilis Tsompanidis, Philosophy, Chance and Destiny; 10th Graduate Student Conference in French and Francophone Studies
A. Wyatt Rounds, Religious Studies, Tracey E. Watts, History, and Jessica Ambler, Art History, Ancient Borderlands International Graduate Student Conference
Alexander Wahl and Lynette Arnold, Linguistics, and Kevin Whitehead, Sociology, 16th Annual Conference on Language, Interaction, and Social Organization: “Interaction, Embodiment, and Materiality”
Stephanie Washburn, Art, and Joe Figliulo-Rosswurm, History, Margaret Thatcher’s Garden

Spring 2009

Joshua Neves, Film and Media Studies; Lily Wong, Comparative Literature; Qian Yang, East Asian Studies, Emergent Visions: New Independent Documentaries from China
Katy Pearce, Communication; David Platzer, Comparative Literature; Dan Reynolds, Film and Media Studies; Jeff Scheible, Film and Media Studies; Nicole Starosielski, Film and Media Studies, Media Fields 2: Infrastructures

Spring 2008

Jessie Gillespie, Education, Kevin Whitehead, Sociology, Christie Bird, Linguistics, 15th Annual LISO Conference
Catherine Newman Howe, Jennifer Hammerschmidt, Art & Architecture, William Hall, Jessica Murphy, English, The Limits of Knowledge

Spring 2007

Heidi Marx-Wolf et al, History, Ancient Borderlands Research Focus Group          Graduate Conference, March 8-9, 2008

Spring 2006

Oscar Gil, Sociology, Understanding Gender Relations in Forced Migrant Communities
Josef Castaneda-Liles, Sociology Department, Jose G. Anguiano, Graciela Fernandez, Graduate School of Education, Tomas Carrasco, Activist Scholarship: Documenting Undocumented Border Space
Ellen Caldwell, Art History, Bianca Murillo, History, Women’s Studies, Justin Bengry, History for Edible Empire: A Modern Media Exhibition and Catalogue

Spring 2005

Susan McArver, Anthropology, Gayathri Embuldeniya, Anthropology Oshan Fernando, Anthropology, Corine Musgrove, Anthropology, Caroline Kyungah Hong, English, Looking Beyond the Written Word: Performing Scholarship Through Film

Spring 2004

Soumil Mehta, Geography Department, Jason Smart, Geography Department, John Gallo, Geography Department, Global Communities, Local Economies
Karl Bryant, Sociology Department, Simone Chess, English Department Elizabeth Currans, Religious Studies Department, Jess O’Keefe, Department of Dramatic Arts, QueerGenders/GenderQueers

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