“I often find the best inspiration for the year ahead is a quick look in the rearview mirror. That’s certainly true for the Obermann Center, where that mirror frames a panorama of fellow travelers—faculty, staff, students, and partners—in 2015-16…”
From book projects to major grant proposals, our Fellows-in-Residence were busy!
Obermann offers the impetus and the resources for people from across campus to come together to explore and create.
To celebrate 10 years of the Obermann Graduate Institute on Engagement and the Academy, we held a two-day event with hands-on activities and engaging talks.
Media literacy, digital humanities, and Detroit on film were all underway at Obermann in Summer 2015.
This year’s Obermann Humanities Symposium asked, “Why is a 400-year-old novel one of the most plagiarized and reproduced of all time?”