The University of Toronto’s Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) has awarded Tia Sager a graduate student fellowship. Eight Graduate Fellowships in Critical Digital Humanities have been awarded to an interdisciplinary cohort of University of Toronto PhD students representing a range of disciplines across the divisions, including UTSC, UTM, FAS, and Information. Though their research varies widely, each project aligns with the CDHI’s focus on forging a new paradigm of critical humanities scholarship emphasizing questions of power, social justice, and critical theory.
Tia is a PhD candidate in the Department of Art History. Her dissertation, entitled “The Poetics and Politics of Space: A Religion Analysis of the Cretan Postpalatial Built Environment” and supervised by Prof. Carl Knappett (FAS), explores the built environments of Late Bronze Age Crete by means of 3D modelling.
Congratulations to Tia Sager!