Fellows & Grantees

This list of past Digital Matters Graduate Fellows and Faculty Grantees shows the variety of disciplines and digital humanities research Digital Matters supports through its fellowship and faculty grantee program. Starting in Fall 2020 Digital Matters introduced two additional programs to support creative work that results in an artistic exhibition or performance. For more information on the four funded programs Digital Matters offers please see the links below.

Exhibition & Performance Faculty Grant

Exhibition & Performance Graduate Student Grant

Digital Matters Faculty Grant

Digital Matters Graduate Residency Fellowship

Exhibition/Performance Faculty Grantee

Eric Handman

Assoc. Prof., School of Dance

Jaclyn Wright

Asst. Prof., Dept. of Art & Art History

Spring 2021
Marked

Exhibition/Performance Graduate Student Grantee

Danielle Waters

Graduate student in the Master of Arts in Teaching-Fine Arts program

Faculty Grantees

Matthew Basso

Assoc. Professor, Dept. of History & Gender Studies

Marnie Powers-Torrey

Assoc. Librarian, Marriott Library

Ashley Cordes

Asst. Prof., Dept. of Communication

Graduate Fellows

John Flynn

DM / American West Center Graduate Fellow

PhD student in Dept. of History

Fall 2021 – Spring 2022
Native Places Atlas

Trevor Smith

Graduate student in Dept. of Communication

John Flynn

DM / American West Center Graduate Fellow

PhD student in Dept. of History

Fall 2020 – Spring 2021
Native Places Atlas

Daniel Uncapher

PhD student in Creative Writing

Spring 2021
Open Wounds