The Humanities Institute has announced its fellowship awards for 2009-2010. The recipients are:
Residential Fellowship Award:
Naeem Murr (Creative Writing – Fiction)
A novel – Welcome to the Hotel of Strangers.
UConn Faculty Fellows:
Clare Eby (English)
Until Choice Do Us Part: The Theory and Practice of Marriage in the Progressive Era.
Glen MacLeod (English)
Authenticity in American Art and Literature: From Casts and Copies to the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.
Janet Pritchard (Art & Art
Views from Wonderland, an artists’ book.
Glenn Stanley (Music)
Fidelio and the Modern German Identity: Criticism and Performance of a National Cultural Icon.
Jennifer Terni (Modern& Classical Languages) Elements of Mass Society: Paris 1830-1848.
Graduate Dissertation Fellowships:
Jennifer Lynn Holley (English)
The Child Elegy.
Sherry Zane (History)
The Politics of Sex, Scandals and Progressive Reform in Newport, Rhode Island, 1917-1921.