The following scholars have received funding from the Platform for the 2019-2020 academic year:
Alberto Varon, for "Sounding Latinidades," a Latinx music conference slated for Spring 2020.
Daniel Reed, for visiting scholar Dr. Rebekah Moore in Fall 2019.
Jason McGraw, for his work on his upcoming book "Decolonization, Disapora, and Jamaican Music."
Rebecca Dirksen, for artists-in-residence Boukman Esperyans in Fall 2019.
Walton Muyumba, for artist-in-residence Somi in Fall 2019.
Joseph Varga, for "Shuttered/Shutter/Shudder," a photo and research project on the study of closed factories.
Micol Seigel, for her upcoming collaborative project on the history of Indiana's Prison for Women.
Carissa Carman, for "The Lost Histories Tour," a narrated, site-specific driving tour through south central Indiana.
Eric Sandweiss, Betsy Stirratt, and Tracy Templeton, for "Ebb & Flow," a photo and research project on the history of Indiana waterways, historic and present-day. This exhibit will open in Spring 2020.