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Hall Center for the Humanities announces awards for 2021-22

Thu, 05/06/2021

LAWRENCE — The Hall Center for the Humanities has announced the following recipients of fellowships and grants awarded for 2021-22. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, recipients of research travel grants have been given until August 2022 to complete their research travel.

MID-CAREER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP for 2021-22:

Araceli Masterson-Algar, associate professor, Department of Spanish & Portuguese

 

HUMANITIES RESIDENT FACULTY FELLOWSHIPS for 2021-22:

Jane Barnette, associate professor of theater & dance

Verónica Garibotto, associate professor of Spanish & Portuguese

Jessica Gerschultz, associate professor of African & African-American studies

Marike Janzen, associate professor of humanities

Molly Zahn, associate professor of religious studies

 

RICHARD AND JEANNETTE SIAS GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS IN THE HUMANITIES for 2021-22

Yi Zhao, doctoral candidate in the history of art

Pinyan Zhu, doctoral candidate in the history of art

 

FACULTY RESEARCH TRAVEL GRANTS:

Elise Kirk, assistant professor of architecture & design

Margaret Marco, professor, School of Music

Peter Ojiambo, associate professor of African & African-American studies

Sean Seyer, assistant professor of humanities

Dave Tell, professor of communication studies

 

GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH TRAVEL GRANTS:

Jim Martin Graduate Travel Award

Sara McClure, doctoral candidate in musicology

Andrew Debecki International Graduate Travel Award 

Meng Tong, doctoral candidate in the history of art

Additional travel grants

Sadie Arft, doctoral candidate in the history of art

Rebekah Aycock, doctoral candidate in American studies

Sarah Dyer, doctoral candidate in the history of art

Titus Firmin, doctoral candidate in history

Marcus Höhne, doctoral candidate in English

Joao Batista Nascimento Gregoire, doctoral candidate in history

Giang Nguyen-Dien, doctoral candidate in American studies

Rachel Quist, doctoral candidate in the history of art

Emily Raymond, doctoral candidate in history 

Sara Stepp, doctoral candidate in the history of art

 

VICE CHANCELLOR FOR RESEARCH BOOK PUBLICATION AWARD: 

Andrea Meyertholen, assistant professor of German studies

 

FRIENDS OF THE HALL CENTER BOOK PUBLICATION AWARDS: 

Marni Kessler, professor of the history of art

Maya Stiller, associate professor of the history of art

 

APPLIED HUMANITIES SUMMER FELLOWS

William Garcia-Medina, doctoral candidate in American studies, Arts Council of Johnson County and Culture Division of Johnson County Park & Rec

Haley Bajorek, master's candidate, African & African-American studies and museum studies, Black Archives of Mid-America

Brian Trump, doctoral candidate in history, Humanities Kansas

Natalie Vondrak, master's candidate, museum studies, Independence Avenue Community Improvement District

Cara Nordengren, master's candidate, history of art, Kansas City Public Library 

Korbin Painter, doctoral candidate in women, gender & sexuality studies, National World War I Museum and Memorial

Andisheh Ghaderi, doctoral candidate in French, Francophone & Italian studies, Watkins Museum of History

Chaea Hong, master's candidate, history of art, Watkins Museum of History

Ayah Wakkad, doctoral candidate in English, KU Center for Undergraduate Research

Katherine Hinders, doctoral candidate in film & media studies, KU Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity

Hannah Soyer, master's candidate in English, KU Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity

 

APPLIED HUMANITIES BOOT CAMP

Cagil Albayrak, doctoral candidate in political science

Alexander Adelmund, master's candidate, museum studies

James Alexander, doctoral candidate in music

Jason Baltazar, doctoral candidate in English

Amber Brown, doctoral candidate in women, gender & sexuality studies

Brigid Enchill, doctoral candidate in French, Francophone & Italian studies

Marta Fernandez Velasco, master's candidate, French, Francophone & Italian studies

Molly Han, doctoral candidate in communication studies

Marcus Höhne, doctoral candidate in English

Clint Hurshman, doctoral candidate in philosophy

Sarah Kugler, doctoral candidate in English

Haoran Ni, doctoral candidate in history

Cara Nordengren, master's candidate in the history of art

Guillermina Pena, doctoral candidate in Spanish & Portuguese

Samuel Rogers, doctoral candidate in history

Rachel Schwaller, doctoral candidate in history/religious studies

Zachary Smith, doctoral candidate in English

Darcy Sullivan, doctoral candidate in sociology

Brian Trump, doctoral candidate in history

Christabel Tsoto, doctoral candidate in geography & atmospheric sciences

Michael VanHartingsveldt, master's candidate in the history of art

Brendan Williams-Childs, master's candidate in English

Wenjun Yang, doctoral candidate in geography & atmospheric science

 

VISITING REGIONAL FACULTY

Lisa Corrigan, associate professor, University of Arkansas

 

SIMONS PUBLIC HUMANITIES FELLOWSHIP

Crystal Campbell, visual artist.



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