The Humanities Council’s Global Initiatives are ambitious multi-year research and teaching collaborations that are developing new networks in South East Asia, Africa, Europe, China, Russia and Eastern Europe, and North and South America.
Comparative Antiquity, a research and teaching collaboration now in its fourth year developing the study of “global antiquity”
Princeton Project on the Ethiopian Miracles of the Virgin Mary, a four-year grant for international collaboration to create a database of more than 700 folktales of the Ethiopian Marian miracles
International Network for Comparative Humanities, a working group of literary scholars from both sides of the Atlantic dedicated to promoting the comparative study of humanities
LUDUS, a three-year interdisciplinary working group devoted to the study of the Middle Ages in its live, plastic, and time-bound dimensions
Exploratory Grants in Collaborative Humanities, awarded to spark new collaborations at Princeton and beyond
Breakthrough Seminars, which move outside the traditional classroom setting to include experiential or field components