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The NEH application writing workshop is on March 1. The Corridor CFP is now open through March 25.

Welcome to the Corridor

We are a dynamic research consortium linking 11 universities and colleges across the region, supported by an award from the Mellon Foundation. Our network cultivates innovative collaborative research, teaching, and programming.

Featured Groups

LLC5: Incarceration and Decarceration

This Humanities Working Group studies incarceration, pursuing decarceration, prison education, and restorative justice initiatives.

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HS9: HIV/AIDS Activism and Public Health

We launched a public conference on histories of HIV/AIDS activism to coincide with the Memorial Art Gallery's first major exhibition of HIV/AIDS education posters from the Edward C. Atwater Collection at the University of Rochester. The collection includes more than 8,000 posters from more than 130 countries, to complement and enrich a series of panel discussions on the history of HIV/AIDS activism.

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MP18: Improvisation in Theory and Practice

From plainchant to free jazz and beyond, this Working Group explores how musical improvisation has been conceptualized, performed, construed, and analyzed across a broad range of periods, places, and genres.

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