Emerging Networks

Emerging Networks are a culture change mechanism intended to shift humanities research towards broadly collaborative, interdisciplinary engagements in contrast to the largely solitary efforts that tend to characterize traditional humanities research. Our goal is for nimble and opportunistic cross-disciplinary collaboration to become part of our ethos in realizing humanistic scholarly curiosity. Emerging Networks funding supports short term collaborative projects that must involve faculty, graduate students and undergraduates from multiple disciplines—across humanities departments and/or the social and natural sciences at Duke.


Director of Outreach, Thompson Writing Program
TWP Director of Duke's Language, Arts, and Media Program (LAMP)
Professor of Archaeology
Assistant Professor of Classical Studies
Ph.D. Candidate, Art, Art History & Visual Studies
PhD Student in Italian Studies
Assistant Professor of Sustainability Science
Lecturing Fellow
Assistant Professor of the Practice, Theater Studies
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Academic Program Coordinator, Nasher Museum of Art
Graduate Student, Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies
undergraduate student, Economics
Professor of New Testament
Teaching Fellow, International Comparative Studies Program
Visual Artist
Graduate Student Instructor
Professor Emeritus
Lecturing Fellow
Lecturing Fellow
Associate Director of First-Year Writing, Thompson Writing Program
Associate Professor
Chair of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Assistant Professor of the Practice in Writing
Director of First-Year Writing, Thompson Writing Program
ACLS New Faculty Fellow, Religion and Classical Studies