Groups


The Corridor is driven by Working Groups formed by scholars from across Corridor institutions to collaborate on a particular theme, concern, or issue in the humanities. Groups may apply for funding to support their academic year activities (colloquia, performances, screenings, writing groups, mini-conferences, teaching exchanges, workshops, etc.). Groups are situated in one of several Research Clusters, to help map our diverse network.

Working Group Activities take many forms... from deep dives into a discipline to broad interdisciplinary queries; from convening (online or in person) to form writing groups, develop manuscripts, or explore humanities methods to hosting larger-scale public symposia to advance community engagement or take up key social issues.

Get involved! Explore existing projects and discover new colleagues with shared interests.

Contact an Organizer listed for any Working Group you may be interested in joining! Organizers submit proposals and plan/host activities. Members regularly participate but do not submit proposals or plan/host activities. Graduate students cannot be Organizers but may participate in Working Group activities.  

Related info: Working Group Considerations for 2022-23 Activities

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AM6: Archives and Media Art
Active since: 2019 Closed Group of Collaborators
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
AM7: Measuring the Cost of Museum Collections
Active since: 2022 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
  • Skidmore College
AM8: Military Veterans Stories of Belonging, Transition, and Higher Education: Bridging the Civilian-Military Divide
Active since: 2022 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Le Moyne College
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
DH3: Global Digital Humanities
Active since: 2017 Open to New People
  • University of Rochester
  • Hamilton College
  • Hobart & William Smith Colleges
DH9: Digital Humanities in Practice
Active since: 2018 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
DH10: Reconstruction, Structural Analysis, and Conservation of Ancient Monuments
Active since: 2013 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
DH11: AI and Human Values
Active since: 2019 Closed Group of Collaborators
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
DH12: Data in the Humanities
Active since: 2019
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Cornell University
  • Colgate University
HF1: Humanities Research Administrators
Active since: 2020
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Cornell University
HF2: Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC)
Active since: 2020 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
  • Colgate University
  • Skidmore College
HF3: Community-Engaged Public Humanities
Active since: 2019 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
  • Hamilton College
HF4: Corridor Futures & Initiatives
Active since: 2020 Closed Group of Collaborators
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Cornell University
HF5: Faculty Writing Community
Active since: 2019 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
HF6: Global Disability Studies
Active since: 2021 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
HF7: Humanities Beyond the Academy
Active since: 2020 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Cornell University
HS1: Scientific Norms and the Concept of the Normal
Active since: 2018
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
HS3: Urban Humanities
Active since: 2018 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Cornell University
  • Hamilton College
HS4 Late Antiquity
Active since: 2013 Open to New People
HS5: Environmental Humanities
Active since: 2019
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
HS9: HIV/AIDS Activism and Public Health
Active since: 2019 Open to New People
  • University of Rochester
  • Cornell University
  • Rochester Institute of Technology