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Spring 2019

Izumi Ashizawa - Theater Arts and Art
The Bacchae Project at the ancient Greek open-air theatre in Cyprus

Michael Becker - Linguistics
The 7th Annual Meeting on Phonology, October 11-13, 2019

Simone Brioni - English
Writing about Islam-Narrating Diaspora

Peggy Christoff - Program in Writing and Rhetoric
Meeting the Farmers: How the Bhungroo Irrigation Technology Empowers Women and Addresses Climate Change in Three Gujarat Villages

Cynthia Davidson - Program in Writing and Rhetoric
Educational Exchanges in South Asia

MaryAnn Duffy - Program in Writing and Rhetoric
Educational Exchanges in South Asia

Daniela Flesler - Hispanic Languages and Literature
The Memory Work of Jewish Spain -Indexing of Book Manuscript

Lori Flores - History
Latino Food Workers and Their Struggles for Justice in the U.S. Northeast, 1940 to the Present

Shirley Lim - History
Anna May Wong: Performing the Moder Publication Costsn

John Lutterbie - Theater Arts
Introduction to Theatre, Performance, and Cognitive Science

David Mather - Art
Afrofuturist Imagination

Nobuho Nagasawa - Art
"Bright Shining Light: The Tale of Kayuga"

H. Hannah Nam - Political Science
Understanding complex attitudes toward the rich and implications for economic inequality

Margaret Schedel - Music
Harmonices Mundi @400

Michael Tondre - English
Refinement: Oil, Aestheticism, and the British Atlantic World, 1850-1920

Javier Uriarte - Hispanic Languages and Literature
Water and Infrastructure in the Americas: A one-day interdisciplinary symposium

Kathleen Vernon - Hispanic Languages and Literature
"Hearing Film: The Culture of Dubbing in Spain," Part III of my book manuscript, Listening to Spanish Cinema.

Aurelie Vialette - Hispanic Languages and Literature
On Archival Truths: Exploring the Interstices of Affect, Gender and Ways of Knowing in the Archives

Julian Wamble - Political Science
From Social Group Identity to Partisanship: The Role of the Information Environment

Jiwon Yun - Linguistics
Negative sentences and illusion of grammaticality


Fall 2018

Mark Aronoff - Linguistics
The 4th American International Morphology Meeting, May 3-5, 2019

Peter Carravetta - Philosophy
SIP CONFERENCE

Peg Christoff - Writing and Rhetoric
Asian Women and Political Participation in Climate Change Adaptation: Implementation of a Questionnaire in Gujarat, India

Robert Crease - Philosophy
Phenomenology and Physics: Quantum Mechanics, Human Experience, and the Pursuit of Foundational Knowledge

Kathleen Fallon - Sociology
Domestic and International Approaches to Gender and Development

Paul Firbas - Hispanic Languages and Literature
Digital Humanities and Networks: Early Modern Journalism in Spain and Peru (1600 to 1750)

Shimelis Gulema - Africana Studies
Urbanizing a Nation Modernizing a City: Addis Ababa 1941-1975

Nancy Hiemstra - Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Investigating shifting immigration enforcement policies and patterns in Ecuador

David Mather - Art
Futurist Conditions

Kristen Nyitray - Libraries
Celebrating Long Island’s Poet: Walt Whitman at 200

Joseph Pierce - Hispanic Languages and Literature
Argentine Intimacies: Queer Kinship in an Age of Splendor, 1890-1910

Lori Repetti - Linguistics
Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (FASL) at Stony Brook, May 3-5, 2019: Conference Proposal

Shobana Shankar - History
Ghanaian Hinduism: A Religious Economy between West Africa and India

Javier Uriarte - Hispanic Languages and Literature
Indexing for forthcoming first book

Nicholas Wilson - Sociology
The Rise and Diffusion of Intellectual Movements: Postcolonial Theory and Straussian Political Philosophy Viewed Through Acknowledgment And Career Data


Spring 2018

Matthew Barnson - Music
Performances & Recording of String Quartet No.5

Isak Berbic - Art
Modern City Steel: Artist Residency at SOMA, Mexico City

Amy Cook - Theatre Arts and English
Counter Casting on the Contemporary Stage

Andrew Delton - Political Science
Institutions and Incentives to Mitigate Climate Change

Larry Frohman - History
Surveillance, Privacy and the Politics of Personal Information

David Hicks - Anthropology
The Occupation and Liberation of East Timor (1975-1999)

Sohl Lee - Art
From North Korea to the World: Another Genealogy of Global Connections and Postwar Art

Zebulon Miletsky - Africana Studies
Before Busing: The Long Freedom Struggle in Boston

Elizabeth Newman - History
Landscapes of Labor

Gabrielle Russo - Anthropology
Paleoanthropological research at Napudet, South Turkwel, Lake Turkana, Kenya

Carrie Shandra - Sociology
The New Bottom Rung? Employer Perspectives on Internship Hiring

August Sheehy - Music
Sound and Secularity

Francesca Spedalieri - English/Gender Studies
Dismantling the Canon: Emma Dante's Plays in Translation

Benjamin Tausig - Music
A Freely Available Audio Version of Bangkok Is Ringing: Sound, Protest, and Constraint (2018, Oxford University Press)

Michael Tondre - English
The Future of Victorian Studies: A Conference in Honor of Adrienne Munich

Kathleen Vernon - Hispanic Languages & Literature
“Breaking the Sound Barrier: Accent, Identity and “Neutral” Spanish in the Early Years of Televisión Española”

Aurélie Vialette - Hispanic Languages and Literature
"Dissonance of Modernity"

Adryan Wallace - Africana Studies
Gender and Substantive Political Representation in Nigeria & Ghana

Tracey Walters - Africana Studies
Inserting Domestics and Service Workers into the #MeToo / TimesUp Agenda


Fall 2017

Matthew Barnson - Music
Vera: Funds for an Opera Workshop

Barbara Frank - Art
Society of Africanist Archaeologists Biannual Meeting: Building Bridges to the African Past

Lena Burgos-Lafuente - Hispanic Languages and Literature
A la escucha del destiempo: Poéticas de la posguerra en el Caribe transatlántico [Listening and Untimeliness: The Postwar Poetics of the Atlantic Caribbean]

Shimelis Gulema - Africana Studies
The Horn of Africa and Italy: Colonial, Postcolonial and Transnational Cultural Encounters

Dawn Harris - Africana Studies
In Defiance of the Authorities: Barbadian Migrant Labourers, Carceral Landscapes, and the 1836 Emigration Act

Heidi Hutner - English and Sustainability Studies
Accidents Can Happen: Gender and Nuclear Stories from the Field

Jason Jones - Sociology
Technology for Social Change: Empathy and the Gendered Global Water Crisis

Ned Landsman - History
Under English Crown of British Crown? Anglo-Scottish Union and the Crisis of British America.

Shirley Lim - History
Art for the People

Nobuho Nagasawa - Art
Inventing the Future of Textiles

Andrew Newman - English
Captive Readers: Literacy and Allegory in Colonial Encounters

Ian Paul - Art
“Los Fantasmas del Franquismo (The Ghosts of Francoism)”

Margaret Schedel - Music / cDact
Signal Through the Flames: a CD

John Shandra - Sociology
The World Bank and Organized Hypocrisy: Understanding How and Why Using Archival Data

Joshua Teplitsky - History
The Fabric of Their Lives: Jews, Christians, and Material Culture in Early Modern Prague

Aurelie Vialette - Hispanic Languages and Literature
Archiva research for “The Colonial Carceral Archipelago: Penitentiary Colonization and the Failed Rebirth of the Spanish Empire”


Spring 2017

John Bailyn - Linguistics
Language & Media in Nationalist Myth Making

Matthew Barnson - Music
Premiere Performances of Ars moriendi, Guggenheim-commissioned work for Cello and Marimba in NYC, Stony Brook, and Kansas.

Toby Buonagurio - Art
Magnetic Attraction; Anti-Gravitional Suspension

Amy Cook - Theatre Arts and English
Casting: the art and science of building character

Jose Elias-Ulloa - Linguistics
Documentation of Carijona

Crystal Fleming - Sociology
Publication Costs for Resurrecting Slavery: Racial Legacies and White Supremacy in France

Perry Goldstein - Music
CD Recording Project

Tiffany Joseph - Sociology
Race, Ethnicity, and Documentation Status and Healthcare under Health Reform

Sarah Jourdain - European Languages
Latin and Linguistics Workshop

Peter Khost - Writing and Rhetoric
Understanding and Improving Habits-of-Mind Self-Efficacy in First-Year Writing Students

Amy Lu - Anthropology
Surveying Potential Field Sites for Studying the Behavioral Ecology of Gray Langurs

Ann Catherine Markham - Anthropology
Shutterbug Science: Engaging 7th grade students in SBU wildlife research

Anne O'Byrne - Philosophy
Logics of Genocide (Edited Volume)

Nikolaos Panou - Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature
Summer Research in Greece

Adrian Perez Melgosa - Hispanic Languages and Literature
Traces of Vlasta Lah: Engendering the New Latin American Cinema


Fall 2016

Christina Bethin - Linguistics
Language Variation and Change in Belarusian Verbs

Eric Beverley - History
Halcyon Worlds: Regimes of Difference in Early Modern Indian Ocean Cities

Lena Burgos-Lafuente - Hispanic Languages and Literature
Caribbean Cosmopolis: Timeports of Modernity

Mallory Catlett - Theatre Arts
Dead Time of Plenty

Michael Kimmel - Sociology
Entry and EXIT: How Young Men Get into - and out of - Extremist Groups

Reuben Kline - Political Science
Risk Pooling and Climate Change Innovation

Karen Lloyd - Art
The Art of Nepotism in Early Modern Rome, 1580-1700

John Lutterbie - Theatre Arts
Cognitive Futures in the Arts and Humanities: Mind Fields of Language

Janis Mimura - History
Axis Pact: Fascist Politics and Culture in Wartime Japan

Eriko Sato - Asian and Asian American Studies
Translanguaging and/in Translation

Susan Scheckel - English
Acts of Race and Justice

Aurelie Vialette - Hispanic Languages and Literature
Publication subsidy for my first book "Intellectual Philanthropy: the Seduction of the Masses."

Kathleen Wilson - History/HISB
Shakespeare's Futures: On the Arts and Sciences of Looking Ahead


Spring 2016

Timothy August - Cultural Analysis and Theory
The Refugee Aesthetic: Relocating Southeast Asian American Literature

Peggy Christoff - Asian and Asian American Studies
Asian Women in Disaster Relief Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation

Jennifer Heerwig - Sociology
Buying a Voice: The Gender Gap in Political Influence

Izabela Kalinowska Blackwood - Cultural Analysis and Theory
Documenting Ukraine in Visual Media

Sohl Lee - Art
Gwangju 1980, South Korea: Agitprop Artists and New Surfaces for Democracy

David Mather - Art
Research for Modern Color Theories and Practices

Elizabeth Terese Newman - History
Mexican Haciendas and Labor Control

Jeffrey Santa Ana - English
Postcolonial Environmental Memory: Remembering Place and the Natural World in the Asian-Pacific Diaspora

Margaret Schedel - Music / cDACT
Fifty Years of Experiments in Art and Technology (FEAT)

Shobana Shankar - History
Africans in India

E. K. Tan - Cultural Analysis and Theory
#DigitalAsia: The Digital Humanities in Asian and Asian American Studies

Michael Tondre - English
Literature and Science Studies


Fall 2015

Isak Berbic - Art
Fossil Rock: The Baynouna River Bank

Rebekah Burroway - Sociology
Women's Land Rights and Child Health in Developing Countries

Peter Carravetta - European Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
Dante Worlds

Amy Cook - Theatre Arts and English
Communicating Interdisciplinarity: Cognitive Approaches to the Arts and Humanities

Andrew W. Delton - Political Science
The politics of moral conviction

Peter DeScioli - Political Science
Online experiments in behavioral political economy

Daniela Flesler - Hispanic Languages and Literature
The Memory Work of Sepharad: New Inheritances for Twenty-First Century Spain

Giuseppe Gazzola - European Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
Montale, the Modernist

Perry Goldstein - Music
CD Recording Project

Elisabeth Hildebrand - Anthropology
Living on the Edge: Cultural & economic frontiers between highland farmers and lowland herders in prehistoric SW Ethiopia

Marie Huffman - Linguistics
Acoustic investigation of L2 learning and L1 drift in English-speaking students of Japanese

Richard K. Larson - Linguistics
The First North American Conference in Iranian Linguistics

Shirley Lim - History
Memorializing the Peranakan

Nobuho Nagasawa - Art
Synaesthesia Projects, Collaboration of visual art, sound, movement and technology

Michael Rubenstein - English
WITNESSING CLIMATE CHANGE

Gregory Ruf - Cultural Analysis & Theory
Barking at the Sun

Gabrielle Russo - Anthropology
Functional anatomy of the spine: insights from living and extinct strepsirrhine primates

Susan Scheckel - English
"American Narratives of Race and Justice"

Carrie Shandra - Sociology
Hiring Criteria for Internship and Entry-Level Job Vacancies: An Experimental Test of Overcredentialing

Benjamin Tausig - Music
Periods and Waves: A Conference on Sound and History


Spring 2015

John Bailyn - Linguistics
The Post-Socialism Research Institute: Curricular and Research Initiatives

Nerissa Balce - Asian and Asian American Studies
Fascinating Fascism: A Digital Archive of Contemporary Filipino Literature and Propaganda during the Marcos Regime

Catherine Bradley - Music
Song Sounding and Written: English Medieval Music Books as Material Objects

Simone Brioni - European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Colonial and Post-Colonial Encounters: East Africa and Italy

Toby Buonagurio - Art
Neon Auroras

Robert Chase - History
Civil Rights on the Cell Block: The Prisoners' Rights Movement and the Construction of the Carceral State

Shimelis Gulema - Africana Studies
Environment, Development, and the Politics of Human Rights in Africa

David Hicks - Anthropology
The Santa Cruz Massacre

Susan Hinely - History
Transnational Identities: Links between Suffragist and Anti-imperial Activism, 1905-1914.

Judith Lochhead - Music
The Sonic Phoenix:classical music in the digital era

Ryan Minor - Music
German Opera and its Publics, from Mozart to Weill

Douglas Pfeiffer - English
Material Style: Renaissance Readers and Their Marks

Lori Repetti - Linguistics
46th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages

Michael Rubenstein - English
Unaccountable Growth: Literary Character, Economic Development, and the Anthropocene in Fictions of the Global South

E.K. Tan - Cultural Analysis and Theory
Rojak Culture: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Singapore Literature and the Arts

Joshua Teplitsky - History
Footprints: Tracking Jewish Books through Time and Place

Kathleen Wilson - History/HISB
Stuart Hall's Americas: Policing the Crises


Fall 2014

Simone Brioni – European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
The Somali Within: Language, Race and Belonging in ‘Minor’ Italian Literature

Mallory Catlett – Theatre Arts
Decoder 2017

Thomas Graf – Linguistics
Human Sentence Processing as a Window into Efficient Structure Inference

Robert Hoberman – Linguistics
Symposium on Arabic Linguistics

Jennifer Jerit – Political Science
Disgust and the Ebola Virus: Emotional Triggers in Media Coverage and their Effect on Public Opinion

Tiffany Joseph – Sociology
Expenses for Book Manuscript Completion and Startup Expenses for New Project

Peter Khost, Robert Kaplan – Writing and Rhetoric
Study of Writing Transfer in Stony Brook University’s College of Arts and Sciences

Liz Montegary – Cultural Analysis and Theory
Mobile Desires: The Erotics and Politics of Mobility Justice

Elizabeth Newman – History
From Country to Kitchen: Material Culture in Mexico

Anne O'Byrne– Philosophy
Subjects and Simulations: Between Baudrillard and Lacoue-Labarthe

Margaret Schedel – Music/cDACT
The Texture of Unmeasured Times

Joshua Teplitsky – History
Colloquium on the Study of the Book: Cultures, Practices, Technologies

Eric Zolov – History
Archival Research in Mexico City


Spring/Summer 2014

Mark Aronoff, Matthew Lerner – Linguistics/Psychology
Building a bridge between research communities: a conversation on autistic communication, sign language, and implications for social interaction

Abena Asare – Africana Studies
The Peculiar Beginnings of Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission Phenomenon

Izumi Ashizawa – Theatre Arts
Mysterious Lake

Michael Becker – Linguistics
A legit study of English iambic truncation

Lisa Diedrich – Cultural Analysis and Theory
Racial and Sexual Politics of Health

Agnes He – Asian and Asian American Studies
Distinguished Lecture Series on Multilingual and Intercultural Communication

Gallya Lahav – Political Science
How does Immigration Discourse Matter, or Does it? The Effects of Threat Frames on Public Opinion

John Lutterbie – Theatre Arts
Autism and Empathy: Making Connections

Janis Mimura – History
Axis Pact, Propaganda, and Culture in Wartime Japan

Donna Rilling – History
Mapping Long Island

Jeffrey Santa Ana – English
Racial Feelings: Asian America in a Capitalist Culture of Emotion

Christopher Sellers – History
Website: Stories of Environmental Danger and Disaster

Katheryn Twiss – Anthropology
Bringing home the beef: religion, labor, and the origins of Central Anatolian cattle herding

Kathleen Vernon – Hispanic Languages & Literature
Contemporary Women's Cinema: Global Scenarios and Transnational Contexts

Don Welton – Philosophy
A New Model of the Living-Moving Body for The Understanding of Theatrical Performance and of Certain Aspects of Autism and Parkinson’s Disease


Fall 2013

Margarethe Adams – Music
Music and Muslim Shrine Pilgrimage in Kazakhstan

Jennifer Anderson – History
New York-Caribbean Connections in the 18th Century

Ray Anderson – Music
Premier of New Compositions

Mallory Catlett – Theatre Arts
This Was The End

Stephen Decatur-Smith – Music
Natural History in Theodor Adorno's Musical Thought

Crystal Fleming – Sociology
Stigma, Slavery and Anti-blackness in the French Caribbean

Lori Flores – History
Golden Brown City: Latinos and the Making of San Francisco

Raiford Guins – Cultural Analysis and Theory
Tennis For Two, Or the Love of Analog Technology & Curious Cabinets

John Lutterbie – Theatre Arts
Creativity and Reception: The Mirroring System

Eduardo Mendieta – Philosophy
Sound and Affect: Voice, Music, World

Zebulon Miletsky – Africana Studies
Beyond Busing: Oral-History Project on Long Freedom Movement in Boston

Shankar Shobana – History
Indian Religious Dissenters and the Search for Asylum in West Africa, 1915-2010

Tracey Walters – Africana Studies
Beyond The Apron: Representing the Lives of Domestic Workers in Black Art, Literature, and Film

Jiwon Yun – Linguistics
The role of prosody in sentence comprehension


Spring / Summer 2013

Narissa S. Balce – Asian and Asian American Studies
The Bones of Empire: The Filmic Afterlives of the Philippine-American War

Michele Bogart – Art
The Real Downton Abbeys: Circuitries of Art Patronage, Tourism, and Historic Preservation in the Great Houses of England

Mary Jo Bono – Cultural Analysis and Theory
Archiving Ethnicity and the Tina De Rosa Papers

Toby Buonagurio – Art
"Tableaux Digital Photography: Altered Personas"

Stephen Decatur-Smith – Music
Theodor Adorno, Natural History, and Musical Modernism

Lisa Diedrich – Cultural Analysis and Theory
Thinking Ecologically: Rachel Carson as relay figure between environmentalism, feminism, and AIDS activism

Chrystal Fleming – Sociology
The Rising Tide: Colonial Legacies and Black Politics in Contemporary France

Takafuni Ide – Art
ambiguous moment

E. Ann Kaplan – Humanities
Humanities for the Environment: Politics, Science and the Ecologies of Value

Peter Khost – Writing and Rhetoric
Dartmouth Summer Seminar for Composition Research, An Inquiry into the Potential Effects of Self-Reflection Techniques on the Habits of Mind of First-Year Writing Students

Michael Kimmel – Sociology
Masculinity Studies Colloquium Series

Eduardo Mendieta – Philosophy
Capital of the Cold War: La Havana after the Collapse of the Soviet Union

Ryan Minor – Music
German Opera and its Publics, from Mozart to Weill

Patrice Nganang – Cultural Analysis and Theory
pulsations - No 3

Margaret Schedel – Music
Devotion Gallery: A case Study in HCI and Digital Arts Practice at the Human Computer Interaction

Jeanette Yew – Art
Are They Edible

Amy Yopp-Sullivan – Center for Dance and Movement
Critical Movement and the Babel Technique


Fall 2012

Izumi Ashizawa – Theatre Arts
The Kojiki Project

Benedict Robinson – English
Feeling Words: An Early Modern Philology of the Affections

Elisabeth Hildebrand – Anthropology
The Origins of Coffee

Elizabeth Newman – History
Transforming Labor: Work and Family in the 19th Century Kural Mexico

Giuseppe Gazzola – European Languages
England and Italy: Poetry and Poetic Influence in the Nineteenth Century

Jamuna Samuel – Music
Research in the Archives of Composers Luigi Nono and Bruno Maderna

Jared Farmer – History
Mormons in the Media, 1830-2012

Javier Uriarte – Hispanic Languages and Literature
Brazil and / in The Americas: New Perspectives On An Ongoing Dialogue

John Drury – Linguistics
Language, Music and Emotion Research Group

John Lutterbie – Theatre Arts
Environmental Project

Liz Montegary – Cultural Analysis and Theory
Sporting Matters: Sexualities, Gender, and Race in the 21st Century

Melissa Forbis – Cultural Analysis and Theory
Guerella Movements and Gender: A Comparative Study of the EZLN and Naxal Movements

Michael Zweig – Economics
Class Dimensions of Poverty in the United States

Nancy Hiemstra – Cultural Analysis and Theory
Examining the Internal Economics of Migrant Detention Facilities: A Pilot Study

Tracey Walters – Africana Studies
Race and Representation: The Black in Literature, Media and the Arts

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