Primary Source Immersion Program grant recipients announced

April 25th 2018
History class meeting in the Lilly Library

The IUB Libraries is pleased to announce the recipients of grants for the second Primary Source Immersion Program for Indiana University instructors. The three-day workshop, to be held July 25-27, 2018, will introduce faculty and instructors to new possibilities for integrating primary sources and special collections into their courses with the goal of engaging students with the materials in meaningful ways. This program represents a collaboration between the Libraries’ Department of Teaching & Learning and partner repositories across the University.

Partner repositories include:

  • African Studies Collections
  • Archives of African American Music and Culture
  • Archives of Traditional Music
  • Black Film Center/Archive
  • Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology
  • IU East Campus Archives
  • IU Kokomo Campus Archives
  • IU South Bend Archives & Special Collections
  • IUPUI Ruth Lilly Special Collections & Archives
  • Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction
  • Lilly Library
  • Herman B Wells Maps Collection
  • Mathers Museum of World Cultures
  • Moving Image Archive
  • Sage Historic Costume Collection
  • University Archives
  • Wylie House Museum

All recipients will receive a research stipend, thanks to the generous support of the IU Libraries and the IU Office of the Bicentennial. Proposals for course integration were due in March, and following a rigorous selection process, we are now pleased to announce the grant recipients for Summer 2018:

Colton Ames, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
EDUC-E/M300: Education in a Pluralistic Society

Marco Arnaudo, Department of French and Italian
PACE C100: Intro to Theories of Leadership

Krista Bailey, IU South Bend Sustainability Studies
SUST-B399: Just Food: Sustainable Food Systems

Alexander Cuenca, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
EDUC-M341: Foundations of Middle/Secondary Social Studies Education

Vivian Halloran, Departments of English and American Studies
ENG-L204: Global Mystery Fiction and the BBC

Jon Kay, Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology
F360: Indiana Folklore

Jason McGraw, Department of History
H270: What is History?

Luciana Namorato, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
HISP-P412/512: Brazil: The Cultural Context

Eleanor Owicki, Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance
THTR T370: Theatre History I

Roberta Pergher, Department of History
H3XX: The Record Holders: An Introduction to Archives

Travis Rountree, IU East Department of English
ENG W270: Argument-Based Writing

Phoebe Wolfskill, Department of American Studies and Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies
AMST A202: U.S. Arts and Media: Race in American Art

Contact Info

Wells Library 250
1320 E 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
Meg Meiman
Meg Meiman - Head
(812) 855-9850