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CoDHR Grant Awards – Fall 2023

This Fall, CoDHR invited applications from Texas A&M faculty, staff, and graduate students for project support and grant funding. CoDHR is proud to recognize and congratulate the awardees and their digital projects.

  • Maxwell Bullard and Jacob Van Leeuwen, Department of Economics, received a Technical Assistance Award for “The Orphan Train Experiment: The Impact of America’s First Large-Scale Child Welfare Program”.
  • Alondra Ceballos, Department of English, received a Technical Assistance Award for “Encoding Blackness in the “Other” Sor Juana”.
  • Ira Dworkin, Department of English, received a Technical Assistance Award for “A Digital Variant Edition of Countee Cullen’s “Heritage””.
  • Susan Egenolf, Department of English, received a CoDHR Research Fellowship for “Maria Edgeworth Letters Project”.
  • Jungah Kim, Department of English, received a Technical Assistance Grant for “Re-mapping the (Invisible) Bodies of the New York Subway”.
  • Alexandra E. LaGrand, Department of English, received a CoDHR Research Fellowship for “Points Like A Man: The Shakespearean Breeches Performance Catalogue, 1660-1900”.
  • David Lowe, Global Languages & Cultures, received a Technical Assistance Award for “Through to the Viz: technical support for text mining course projects”.
  • Alberto Moreiras, Global Languages & Cultures, received a Technical Assistance Award for “Training for Transferring Política común (Journal) to a WordPress platform”.
  • Andrew R. Tripp, Department of Architecture, received a CoDHR Research Fellowship for “Architectural Program Documents”.
  • Tianna Helena Uchacz, School of Performance, Visualization & Fine Arts, received a CoDHR Research Fellowship for “Dallas Women’s Gallery”.
  • Claire Zak, Bethany Becktell, and Deborah Carlson, Department of Anthropology, received a CoDHR Research Fellowship for “Nautical Lexicon Project”.