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Humanities fellowships

- May 1, 2006

The Humanities Institute has announced the recipients of its fellowship awards for 2006-2007. They are:

Residential Fellowships
Michelle Bigenho, Anthropology, Hampshire College
Intimate Distance: The Intercultural Nexus of Bolivian Music in Japan
Sally O’Driscoll, English/Women’s Studies, Fairfield University
Word on the Street: 18th Century Pamphlets and the Popular Language of Gender

Faculty Fellowships
Jacqueline Glass Campbell, History
The Troublesome Spirit of Proud People: War and Peace in Occupied New Orleans, 1862-1866
Anke Finger, German Studies
Transitions of an East German Family: Life Writing and the Memories of History
Robin Adèle Greeley, Art History

Between Campesino and State: the Mexican Avant-Garde and Images of the Nation, 1920-1952
Michael P. Lynch, Philosophy
Truth and Reason
Mark Overmyer-Velázquez, History
Bleeding Mexico White: Race, Nation and the History of Mexico-U.S. Migration
Guanhua Wang, History
Serious Games: Sports in the People’s Republic of China

Dissertation Fellowships
Jennie-Rebecca Falcetta,
English Literary Modernism’s Aesthetic Debt to Visual Art
" James Luberda, English
Social Statics and Evolutionary Discourse, 1844-1859  

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