Humanities Fellows Named
The University of Connecticut Humanities Institute has announced this year's Fellows and their projects:
Sonya Stephens (French, University of London, U.K.), "The Art of the Unfinished: Forms of the non finito in Nineteenth-Century France"
Rae Beth Gordon (Modern & Classical Languages/French), "Primitivism, Pathology, and the Idea of Modernity in Popular Culture"
Kenneth Gouwens (History), "Clement VII and the Crisis of the Renaissance Papacy"
Joel Kupperman (Philosophy), "Values in Ethics"
Michael Orwicz (Art & Art History), "Gauguin's Brittany: Representations of Regionalism, Nationalism, and Modernism in the Early Third Republic"
Sylvia Schafer (History), "Liberty, Equality, Alterity: Law and the Government of Difference in Modern France"
UConn Graduate Fellows
Charles McGraw (History), "Every Nurse is not a Sister: Sex, Work, and the Invention of the Spanish-American War Nurse"
Timothy Nulty (Philosophy), "Davidson and Heidegger on the Nature of Truth"
For more information about the Humanities Institute, its programs, or its Fellows, go to www.humanities.uconn.edu.