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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HS10: Labor and American Political Development
Active since: 2020
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
HS11: The Central New York Early Americas Consortium
Active since: 2020 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
HS13: Research and Narrative in Modern European History
Active since: 2021 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
HS14: Womanist Genealogies: Community Building through Education and Religious Embodiment
Active since: 2021 Closed Group of Collaborators
  • University of Rochester
  • Union College
  • St. Lawrence University
HS15: Urban Natures
Active since: 2022 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
ISD1: Feminists Without Borders
Active since: 2020
  • University of Rochester
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Hobart & William Smith Colleges
ISD2: Critical LGBTQ+/ Sexuality Studies
Active since: 2019
  • Syracuse University
  • Colgate University
  • Hobart & William Smith Colleges
  • Union College
ISD3: Re-envisioning Graduate Communications from a Raciolinguistic Lens
Open to New People Active since: 2020
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
ISD5: Collectively Envisioning Black Girl Futures
Active since: 2022 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
ISD6: Communication & Social Justice Working Group
Active since: 2022 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
ISD7: Crypto-Feudalism Working Group
Active since: 2022 Open to New People
  • Cornell University
  • Hobart & William Smith Colleges
ISD8: Cultures of Inequality in the Sinosphere
Active since: 2022 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
ISD9: Humanities Across Disciplinary Borders
Open to New People Active since: 2022
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
LIN4: Syntax-Semantics Interface; Theoretical Linguistics
Open to New People Active since: 2013
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Cornell University
LIN9: Language Documentation in Multilingual Communities
Open to New People Active since: 2019
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Cornell University
LIN10: Language Sound Structures
Active since: 2019
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Rochester
  • Cornell University
LIN11: New Directions in Semantics and Pragmatics
Active since: 2019
  • University of Rochester
  • Cornell University
LIN12: Sign Language and Deaf Culture
Open to New People Active since: 2020
  • Syracuse University
  • Cornell University
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
LIN13: CNY Spanish Linguistics
Active since: 2020 Open to New People
  • Syracuse University
  • Hobart & William Smith Colleges