We are pleased to announce the second round of Temple University-Wagner Free Institute of Science Humanities & Arts Research Fellows:
Nicole Dikon, Graduate Student in Printmaking Department at Tyler School of Art – Contemporary Botanical Artist Book Edition Based on Wagner Institute of Science Library Collection.
Dermot Mac Cormack, Associate Professor, Chair, Graphic Arts & Design Tyler School of Art – A typographic interpretation of information labels and handwriting from the Wagner Free Institute of Science’s historical archives and displays.
Kolson Schlosser, Assistant Professor of Instruction, Department of Geography and Urban Studies – Towards a Historical Public Pedagogy: The Wagner Free Institute of Science in Progressive Era Philadelphia, 1890-1914.
Byron Wolfe, Professor and Program Director for Photography, Tyler School of Art and Daniel Seth Kraus, MFA Candidate, Tyler School of Art – Miniature Mysteries: Microscopic Photographs at the Wagner Free Institute of Science.
(For the first round of fellowships from Fall 2016, click here.)
With funding from Temple University Presidential Humanities & Arts Research Program, the Temple University-Wagner Free Institute of Science Humanities & Arts Research Alliance is intended to stimulate opportunities for Temple faculty and qualified graduate students in the Arts and Humanities to work with the Wagner Free Institute of Science.
Learn more about the Wagner Free Institute of Science here.