Funding in partial support of writing a book on the underlying philosophy of nature
in John Paul II’s Veritatis Splendor and its application specifically to bioethical
Funding in partial support of attending the Early Scholar Consortium and to present
a paper at the 2019 American Accounting Association Conference.
Funding in partial support of presentations on “Parenting the Gifted Child” and “Gifted
Student Hopefulness: A Goal Directed Strengths Approach for Student Success and Personal
Well-Being” at the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children’s biennial conference
as well as attendance at the board meetings for the National Association for Gifted
Funding in partial support of presenting a paper, “The Role of Heidegger’s ‘Existentials’
as Guiding Lights in the Analysis of Lived Experience” and offering a workshop at
the 2019 International Human Science Research Conference in Molde, Norway, as well
as presenting a paper on social justice for the elderly at the 2019 Annual Convention
of the American Psychological Association.
Funding to support books necessary for his research on Orwell.
Funding in partial support of research and writing of a chapter in the first section
of The Edinburgh Companion to Jane Austen and the Arts. The chapter will consider
moral philosophy in the Georgian/Regency period and how it affected Jane Austen’s
Funding in partial support of presenting a paper at the XVII International Conference
on Patristic Studies at Oxford on Augustine’s treatment of Roman heroes.
|Robert Scott Dupree
Funding in partial support of a graduate student researcher to help with two projects.
The first is an edition of the unpublished essays of Louise Cowan relevant to her
theory of genre, as part of a series planned by Bainard Cowan. The second is a book
on urban planning, specifically focusing on the urban experience as described by poets.
Funding in partial support of focused work on completing a manuscript entitled “Phenomenology”
for the MIT Press popular Essential Knowledge Series.
Funding in partial support of the study of Nahuatl, a Uto-Aztecan language spoken
in Mexico since prior to the arrival of the Spanish, in order to attain a basic level
Funding in partial support of the presentation of a paper on Sedulius and his hymn’s
impact on the development of the Nativity lyric, before and after the Reformation,
at the annual Medieval Conference in Kalamazoo. This grant will also support travel
to London to attend the Jane Austen Society of the UK Reading Day.
Funding in partial support of study of Shakespeare’s use of figurative language in
relation to various comedic modes and conventions in seven plays, all with an eye
to considering the ethical import of playfulness for Shakespeare.
Funding in partial support of the presentation of a paper entitled “Central American
Journey to Healing: Movements and Displacements,” regarding the Guatemalan film “Distancia”
directed by Sergio Ramírez. Muñoz will also lead a panel concerning Central American
migration at the International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association.
Funding in partial support of a two day intensive training on Integrated Marketing
Communication strategy and practices.
Funding in partial support of attending the American Shakespeare Center’s Black Friars
Conference in order to broaden understanding of Shakespeare in performance and education
so as to further the goals of UD’s Shakespeare Conference.
Funding in partial support of completing an article which treats of aesthetics and
ontology, as well as Gadamer and Kant, and to present it at the North American Society
for Hermeneutics in September.
Funding in partial support of greater knowledge in two technical aspects of ceramics,
glaze chemistry and non-ferrous metal fabrication or wood fabrication, in preparation
for an exhibition of new sculptural works at Texas A&M Commerce in the spring of 2020.
Funding in partial support of travel to Beijing for the presentation of seminars and
workshops on the intersection of Spirituality and Wuity to faculty, students, and
business and government executives.
|Marisa Perez Bernardo
Funding in partial support of research at the Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut in Berlin,
in relation to a book project entitled “Theories of Translation in Spain and Latin
Funding in partial support of a faculty-student research collaboration concerning
the “Bulletin of the Pan-American Union,” a magazine published by the Bureau of American
Republics from 1893-1948. The research will culminate in a paper and poster at the
2020 American Historical Association in New York City.
Funding in partial support of travel to the University of Notre Dame’s libraries for
research on the monetary and financial theory of Jonathan Swift in comparison to his
contemporaries George Berkeley and the Dublin Society.
Funding in partial support of presentation of a research project at the Evolution
Meetings Conference in Providence, RI. The project utilizes our brand new Scanning
Electron Microsope (SEM).
Funding in partial support of finishing a book project for Routledge tentatively entitled,
Empathy Reconsidered: Psychoanalytic Investigations into when it helps and when it
Funding in partial support of the presentation of research on ARDS (Acute Respiratory
Distress Syndrome) at the annual conference of the International Society for Biological
Calorimetry in Basel, Switzerland.
Funding in partial support of the completion of notes, commentary, and essays for
a translation of Thomas Aquinas’ Summa theologiae Part I, questions 90-92, in relation
to their foundational role in Pope John Paul II’s theology of the body.