Check Out the 2022 Story+ Summer Research Projects
January 14, 2022
Eager to explore interdisciplinary humanities research? Student applications are now open for this summer’s Story+ research program. The application deadline is February 20, but applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis, so students should apply as soon as possible.
Story+ is a six-week summer research experience for undergraduate and graduate students who work in small teams to bring academic research to life through dynamic storytelling. In 2022, the program will be offered in a hybrid format from May 11 through June 24. Nine teams will be fully in-person and two fully remote. Graduate and undergraduate students will receive a stipend for their participation. Please see details and application information.
Explore the 2022 Story+ Projects
- Art as Relation and Repair Across Disabled Ecologies and Histories
- Biocultural Sustainability in Madagascar
- Collecting Oral Histories of Environmental Racism in and Injustices in the American South
- Curating and Integrating New Visual and Sonic Experiences
- From Stephen to C.B.: Tobacco, Race & Duke Men’s Basketball
- Nuestra Historia, Nuestra Voz: Latinx at Duke
- Our Day Out: A Story of Queer Resistance and Leadership in Durham
- Race, Racism and the History of Duke Sports (remote team)
- The Sound of Monuments and Protest (remote team)
- Unearthing Duke Forest
- Visualizing Philosophers’ Networks with Project Vox
Story+ is administered by the Franklin Humanities Institute in conjunction with Bass Connections, with support from Duke University Libraries.