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