Andrea Capra (Humanities Council and French and Italian) is one of nine University faculty and academic professionals to receive funding from the Council on Science and Technology (CST) for innovative course development / enhancement for his course, “Making Sense of Artificial Intelligence: Fiction, Technology, Storytelling.” The Spring 2024 course will be offered by the Humanities Council’s Program in Humanistic Studies.
Capra joined the University in 2022 as a lecturer in the Humanities Council and Department of French and Italian and as a Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow in the Society of Fellows. A literary scholar, his work focuses on the 19th through the 21st century, drawing on comparative literature, philosophy, and intellectual history.
The Council on Science and Technology awards annual funding for co-curricular activities and courses that align with their mission of advancing STEM literacy at Princeton and beyond. Projects will be implemented in 2023-24, and recipients will collaborate with CST Professional Specialists who will provide technical assistance.
Read the full story on the Council on Science and Technology website.