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Tune into Coleen Watson's podcast- The Wisdom of the People Podcast, designed to foster more fruitful civic discourse by bringing scholars and everyday citizens into a discussion about key concepts in democratic theory. Coleen is a Ph.D. candidate in Philosophy and a current HNY/IASH public humanities fellow. 

Tune into Season I of the "Immigrants Wake America" podcast, co-hosted and co-produced by graduate students and former HNY/IASH public humanities fellows Le Li and Shruti Jain, executive produced by Prof. Lisa Yun and Kathryn Llyod, in collaboration with New York City's Tenement Museum. Immigrants Wake America features storytellers who share stories about migration and the centrality of immigrant women in their lives. The podcast is a living archive of stories that have not been heard before and serves as an intervention in the ways in which immigrant women’s (hi)stories are narrated and passed on.

Looking for outside funding? IASH now provides links to searchable databases of external fellowships and grants, as well as tips to grant proposal and prospectus writing. Just click on "Funding Opportunities" below. 

IASH encourages faculty and graduate students interested in the public humanities to apply for an Action Grant, Vision Grant, and/or Quick Grant from Humanities New York. Applications are accepted on on a rolling basis. Questions? Email grants@humanitiesny.org

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