2021 Environmental Humanities Grant Recipients

March 26, 2021
The Yale Environmental Humanities Program is excited to announce the recipients of its 2021 Environmental Public Humanities Grants. The grant program supports projects initiated by Yale students, faculty, and affiliates to engage a broad lay public on questions of culture, environment, and society. Grant recipients use diverse media including video, visual arts, radio, and written and spoken word to explore environmental issues on the other side of the world and right here in New Haven. Full descriptions of projects can be found under the “Public Humanities” tab of the Environmental Humanities website. 
 
Please join us in congratulating the 2021 grant recipients! 
 
Talking Story: How Hawaii’s Modern Aquaculturists Discovered a Solution to the Future in the Past
Grace Cajski, Yale College
 
Design + Decay
Katie Colford, Yale School of Architecture
 
Dwight Healthy and Just Neighborhood Web Pilot Project
Andrei Harwell, Yale School of Architecture
 
Cedar Point Park: An Experiment in Graphic Narrative
Anna Hill, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
 
Dreaming Animals 
Meredith Miller and MJ Millington, Beinecke Library
 
Mapping Grounds for Reparations in the Jaraguá Indigenous land, São Paulo, Brazil
Laura Pappalardo (Yale School of Architecture), Flávia Assumpção de Godoy Bueno (FAU-USP), Miguel Gaydosh (Yale School of Art), and Nick Massarelli (Yale School of Art) 
 
Restorative Radio
Sylvia Ryerson, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
 
Environmental Performances in Russia and Eastern Europe
Aniko Szucs, Russian, East European, and Eurasian Program 
 
The Yale Undergraduate Review of Sustainability and the Environment
Andy Xie, Yale College