About the Ese’ Eja Working Group’s Project: The Ese’Eja working group collaborates with the Ese’Eja community in the Peruvian Amazon–a foraging society known in their own language as “The True People”–in a cultural mapping project that seeks to document their lifestyle,… Read More
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With generous support from the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGPE) and the Center for Material Culture Studies (CMCS), the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture is able to offer up to 4 slots… Read More
The “Media Old and New” working group is hosting a talk with Professor Kinohi Nishikawa (Princeton University) on Tuesday, September 19th at 4:30pm. Reframing Blackness: The Installation Aesthetic of “In Our Terribleness” will examine the… Read More
Jennifer Fang was a participant in the Delaware Public Humanities Institute in 2009. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon, and is the Assistant Director of the Portland Chinatown History Foundation. The foundation is in the… Read More