2022 Environmental Humanities Grant Recipients

March 18, 2022
The Yale Environmental Humanities Program is excited to announce the recipients of its 2022 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 2022 grant recipients! 
The Waveform Garden
Camille Chang and Geovanni Barrios, Yale College
Retracing Adirondack Faces Film
Sawyer Cresap, Yale School of the Environment
Sustainable Architecture Roundtable
Benjamin Derlan, Yale School of Architecture
Home/stake: Re-Mining the Rural West
Cloe Dickson, Yale School of the Environment
Kosmos Revisited: Translating Collective Animal Behavior into Music Theory Through Artificial Intelligence and Technology for Wildlife Research
Diego Ellis Soto, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Mill Dams of the Chiques: Landowner Perspectives
Sam Feibel, Yale School of the Environment
The Social-Ecological Landscape of Makgadikgadi, Botswana
Dylan Feldmeier and Kaggie Orrick, Yale School of the Environment
fSTS @ Yale (Feminist Science & Technology Studies at Yale)
Elaina Foley & Akio Ho, Yale College
What is graphic design made of?
Miguel Gaydosh, Yale School of Art
“Old Smokey: Justice Deferred, Nuisance Heard” - A Case Study on Coconut Grove, Jim Crow Power Structures, and Environmental Justice
AJ Hudson, Yale Law School and Yale School of the Environment
A Climate of Anxiety
Benjamin Stern and Sawyer Cresap, Yale School of the Environment
New England Fibershed Demonstration Exhibit at the Dudley Farm Museum
Maria Trumpler, Program in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Public Humanities Grant