Three Instituto Affiliate Faculty Win UConn Humanities Funding Competition

The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) announced the award of five Scholarship and Collaboration in Humanities and Arts Research (SCHARP) Program grants, including the following grants won by affiliates of El Instituto:

SCHARP Breakthrough Award – $50,000

Mark Healey, Department of History
Bibliohack Plus: An Integrated, Low Cost, Open Source Digitization Tool Kit and Workflow for the Global South and Underserved Areas
Co-PIs: Tom Scheinfeldt, Digital Media and Design; Greg Colati, UConn Library; Michael Kemezis, UConn Library

SCHARP Development Awards – $8,000

Cesar Abadia-Barrero, Department of Anthropology
Healing the Land to Attain Peace: A Community-Based Art Project in Rural Colombia.
Co-PIs: Camilo Ruiz-Sanchez, Adriana Katzew

Ariel Lambe, Department of History
Living in the Monster: Cuban Exiles in the United States, 1920–1952