The Center for the Study of the Southwest at Southwest Texas State University (SWT) will offer a National Endowment for the Humanities four-week summer institute for college teachers June 3-June 28, 2002, titled, "Border Crossings: An Interdisciplinary Southwestern Studies Faculty Institute.” We will invite 25 college teachers from various humanities disciplines to develop regional studies courses that draw upon the unique cultural, social, artistic, and physical nature of the greater Southwest. Participants will receive a stipend of $2800 to cover expenses. The institute, which builds upon successful NEH summer institutes offered in 1996 and 2000, will enable faculty from various universities to develop their interdisciplinary understanding and plan strong, innovative curricula that integrate social science and the humanities and build intercultural knowledge. Mark Busby will direct the Institute, and the Faculty includes Francine Carraro (National Museum of Wildlife Art), Jesús F. de la Teja (SWT), Dan Flores (U. of Montana), Don Graham (U. of Texas), Ana Juarez (SWT), James Kimmel (SWT), José Limón (U. of Texas), Scott Slovic (U. of Nevada, Reno), and David Weber (SMU).The Institute will concentrate on 1)the Historical Southwest, 2) the Changing Natural Environment of the Southwest, 3) the Literary Southwest, and 4) the Visual Southwest.
The application deadline is March 1, 2002.
Center for the Study of the Southwest
Southwest Texas State University
San Marcos, TX 78666
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