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Previous Clusters

Academic Year 2020-2021

Centering Critical Blackness (Dance, Education)

Constraints: Storytelling in the Digital Age (EALC, French)

Science, Democracy, and Truth (Biology, Philosophy)

Textiles in Context (Chemistry, History of Art)


Academic Year 2019-2020

Borderlands (Anthropology, East Asian Languages and Cultures, Environmental Studies)

Children's Literature (Creative Writing, English, Sociology)

Climate Change: Science and Politics (Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science)

Migrations (English, History, Sociology)

Temperate and Tropical Coasts in Transition (Biology, Geology)


Academic Year 2018-2019

Empires (East Asian Languages and Cultures, Health Studies, Linguistics)

Eurasia in the Anthropocene (Biology, Russian Language, Russian Literature)

Pathways to Policy (Economics, Sociology)

Textiles in Context (Chemistry, History of Art, Museum Studies)


Academic Year 2017-2018

Biennials and Conservation (History of Art, Museum Studies)

Climate Change: Science and Politics (Geology, Philosophy, Political Science)

Expressing the Inexpressible: Trauma and Resilience through Comics (East Asian Languages and Culture, French and Francophone Studies, Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research)

Foodways and Migration (Classical and Near Eastern Archeology, English, History)

Science, Power, and Truth (Biology, Philosophy, Political Science)


Academic Year 2016-2017

Contemplative Traditions (East Asian Studies, General Studies, Psychology)

Eurasia in Flux: Trans-Siberian Perspectives on Russia and China (East Asian Languages and Culture, Russian Language, Russian Literature)

Migrations and Borderlands (English, Sociology, Spanish)

Mirroring the Self (History of Art, Museum Studies)

Origin Stories (Biology, English, Geology, Physics)

Poetics and Politics of Race: Querying Black and White (Education, English, History of Art)

Temperate and Tropical Coasts in Transition (Biology, Geology)


Academic Year 2015-2016

Arts of Resistance (Education, English, Political Science)

Climate Change: Science and Politics (Geology, Philosophy, Political Science)

Food and Communication (East Asian Languages and Cultures, English, Spanish)

Shakespeare in Global and Local Landscapes (Theater, Performance Ensemble)


Academic Year 2014-2015

Contemporary Cuban Culture and Society in a Global Context (Growth and Structure of Cities, Political Science, Spanish)

Identity Matters (Disability Studies, English, Social Work)

Struggles for Global Health Equity (Health Studies, History, Social Work)

Temperate and Tropical Coasts in Transition (Biology, Geology)


Academic Year 2013-2014

China and the Environment (East Asian Studies, Economics, Philosophy)

Contemplative Traditions (East Asian Studies, General Studies, Psychology)

Eco-Literacy (Economics, Education, English)

Exhibiting Modern Art (History of Art, Museum Studies)

Perspectives on Sustainability: Disasters and Rebuilding in Japan (Art History, Growth and Structure of Cities, Japanese)

To Protect the Health of the Public (French, General Studies, Social Work)


Academic Year 2012-2013

The Mediterranean as a Crossroads: History, Migrations, Identities (French, History)

Performance Across Language and Culture (English, Theater)

Space and Identity: Psychological, Artistic, and Spacial Approaches to Hamburg, Philadelphia, and Beyond (Growth and Structure of Cities, Psychology, Russian)

Renewable Energy (Chemistry, Geology)

Transforming the Legacy of Oil (Economics, Growth and Structure of Cities, History)

Women in Walled Communities: Silence, Voice, Vision (Education, English, General Studies)


Academic Year 2011-2012

Contemplative Traditions (East Asian Studies, General Studies, Psychology)

Learning and Narrating Childhoods (Education, French, Psychology)

Perspectives on Sustainability (Education, Growth and Structure of Cities, Mathematics)


Academic Year 2010-2011

Changing Education (Biology, Education, English, Growth and Structure of Cities, History)

The Last Days of Hapsburg: Vienna 1900 and the End of an Empire (German, History of Art)

 

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