The Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life invited proposals for new undergraduate course development grants in all fields, areas, and periods related to Judaic Studies. Congratulations to our successful applicants Sarah S. Willen (Assistant Professor & Director, Research Program on Global Health and Human Rights) and Richard Sosis (James Barnett Professor of Humanistic Anthropology), who will share an award and develop an anthropology course, and Andrea Celli (Assistant Professor, Italian and Mediterranean Studies), who will develop a course on Medieval Italian Literature. Grant awardees will receive $2,000 in funding to support course development. Congratulations!
Interesting summer courses offered by the Department of Anthropology from May to August 2015. There is still chance to register throughout the summer. For more information, visit UConn Summer Sessions webpage.