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September 21, 2020

Now Open: CFP for Spring 2021 and 2021-22 funding. Apply at; proposals due 10/19/2020 View CFP as PDF Who Can Apply? We welcome proposals by new and existing Working Groups from faculty and academic staff at Syracuse University, Cornell University, the University of Rochester, Colgate University, Hamilton College, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Skidmore… View Article

June 19, 2020

Registration has now closed for Come As You Are, an online writing retreat facilitated by InkWell open to humanities faculty and academic staff at all CNY Humanities Corridor campuses. This half-day retreat is designed for humanities scholars looking to find ways to write through the Coronavirus pandemic in a healthy, sustainable way. Get the time… View Article

May 18, 2020

We want your input! Thank you for your involvement with the CNY Humanities Corridor. At this crucial time for the humanities and for higher education, we invite you to share insights about the Corridor in our new survey (our first since 2015). We want to learn more about how the Corridor impacts your research and… View Article

April 23, 2020

Dear Colleagues, CNY’s nascent spring is unfolding–flowers blossom, grass greens, days (slowly) warm, and, of course, snow still falls occasionally. With so much life coming into being, the season’s persistence can feel hopeful but also jarring, given stark COVID-19 realities all around us. Some days, this juxtaposition can overwhelm—the affective weight, heavy. Questions abound: What… View Article

March 12, 2020

Dear Colleagues, We write to wish everyone well, as we all engage in reorienting our work, daily routines, and personal lives in response to the global effects of COVID-19. Given rapidly changing guidelines across the various institutions of the CNY Humanities Corridor, and given public health guidelines urging containment and mitigation, many of our campuses… View Article