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Jennifer Hamilton and Jane Couperus, along with Angie Willey and Banu Subramaniam published The Mating Life of Geeks: Love, Neuroscience, and the New Autistic Subject
in Signs, Vol. 40, No. 2 (Winter 2015), pp. 369-391
Call for participation (.doc) in a faculty seminar next year (2015-2016) as part of the Five College/Mellon Bridging Grant in the Public Humanities.
Are you using archives, museum collections, or other kinds of public humanities resources in your teaching–either current or proposed courses? If so, join this keenly interdisciplinary group of scholars who are doing the same.
This is open to all tenured, tenure track, and contract employees with on-going appointments. Participating Fellows receive a stipend of $2000 for joining us for eight sessions over the next academic year.
For more information, contact Karen Koehler (Seminar Coordinator)
Professor of Architectural and Art History, Hampshire College
Director, Institute for Curatorial Practice