2020 Environmental Humanities Grant Recipients

The Yale Environmental Humanities Program is thrilled to announce the recipients of the 2020
Environmental Humanities Grant Program. Due to the current outbreak of COVID-19, original grant timelines have been altered. Most projects will be undertaken by members of the Yale community throughout the 20/21 academic year and during the summer  of 2020.  Congratulations, all!
 
 
“HEMP: AN AGRICULTURAL REVIVAL”
Chelsea Jack (Department  of  Anthropology) 
 
“Reading Outside the Lines: Art and Literature on the Rocks”
Supraja Balasubramanian and Tyler Lutz (Department of Physics) 
 
“100 Years in Queens: investigating the landscape history of New York City through
sculpture”
Sally Donovan (Yale School of the Environment) 
 
“[Human] Nature” Podcast  
Samara Brock (Yale School of the Environment), Abigail Fields (Department of French), and Caitlin Kossmann (Program in the History of Science and Medicine)
 
Yale-New Haven Community Design Workshop
Ally Soong, Kayley Estoesta, and Rasmus Schlutter (Yale College)
 
Performance and Outreach Program of Wayang Kulit on Environmental Issues
Maho A. Ishiguro (Department of Music) 
 
2020 Hadrut Educational Summer Camp
Knar Abrahamyan (Department of Music)
 
Parks, Progress, People—An Online Oral History Archive of Buffalo’s East Side and the Expressway that Was Carved Through It
Matthew L. O’Malley (Department of Anthropology) 
 
Ezell: Ballad of a Land Man Interactive Performance and Workshops
Taiga Christie (Yale Schwarzman Center)