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An Internship in the Motion of Thought at the Arab American National Museum

An Internship in the Motion of Thought at the Arab American National Museum

By Ivan Chaar-Lopez, U-M PhD student in American Culture and Latina/o Studies “Preguntando caminamos.” (Asking we walk.) – Zapatista proverb “Preguntando caminamos” is a powerful sentence alluding to how change is the product of an inquisitive mind and a vibrant community. This means that there can be no movement, no change or social transformation, without […]

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Arts of Citizenship: Summer Internship Panel Discussion

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Join fellow Rackham students for a panel discussion on Monday, February 18 from 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. to learn about professional development opportunities for graduate students in the arts, design, and humanities through the Arts of Citizenship Graduate Student Summer Internship Program. What Arts of Citizenship: Summer Internship Panel Discussion Where Earl Lewis Room, 3rd floor Rackham (East […]

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2012 Summer Interns

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Hillina Seife is a Ph.D. candidate in History who helped develop an exhibition titled Inspired Minds: African Americans in Science and Technology for students in grades 4-8, as well as the general public, at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.  Hillina wrote and edited short biographies of the 40 professionals featured in […]

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Internship Overview

Graduate Student Summer Internships in Public Scholarship Download information about the internships here. The Arts of Citizenship Graduate Student Summer Internship provides Doctoral and MFA students in the arts, design, and humanities at the University of Michigan with the opportunity to participate in a full-time summer internship at leading community organizations, cultural institutions, government agencies, […]

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Interning at the Historical Society of Michigan

By Christopher Dean Lee, U-M Ph.D. student in Educational Studies This summer, I had the unique opportunity to spend my Arts of Citizenship internship working for three organizations: the Historical Society of Michigan, the African American Cultural and Historical Museum of Washtenaw County, and the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies at the University of Michigan. […]

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Interning at the U-M Museum of Art

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By Angela Perez Villa, U-M Ph.D. student in History and Women’s Studies One of the most important roles of the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) is to contribute to the academic mission of the University by creating bridges between the visual arts and academic inquiry. UMMA is advancing this educational mission by supporting […]

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