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Sampada Aranke (Performance Studies) Black Power/Black Death: Images and the Circulation of Affect in Black Radical Politics

Valerie Billing (English)

Large and In Charge: Age, Size and Gender in Early Modern England

Keith hennessy (Performance Studies) Archives of an Emergent Culture: West Coast Performance Collectives, 1975

Nicole Kenley (English) Detecting Globalization

Andrew Kerr (History) The Fight for Vieques, Puerto Rico: A story of Empire and Environmentalism during the Cold War

Debra Leiter (Political Science) How Individual, Party System and Institutional Factors Mediate Voter and Party Emphasis on Valence and Ideology

Michelle Schwarze (Political Science) The Motivation for Justice: Moral and Political Psychology in the Scottish Enlightenment

David Simon (Economics) Anti-Tobacco Policy and the Long Term Impacts of In Utero Exposure to Cigarette Smoke

David Verbuˇ (Music) Alternative Music House Concert Scenes in the U.S.: Music, Space, Language and Community


Lia winfield (History) Claiming Their Place: Women in the United States Army, 1973-1993


BILINSKI FELLOwShIP PROGRAM A generous gift of $500,000 from the Russell J. and Dorothy S. Bilinski Fellowship Fund, a program of the Bilinski Educational Foundation, offered 10 Ph.D. candidates in the social sciences and humanities in the College of Letters and Science unparalleled support as they moved into the advanced stage of doctoral study, providing summer research and writing support as well as a full academic year fellowship for dissertation writing. Aside from serving as an institutional home for the Fellows, the Humanities Institute provided the Bilinski cohort with administrative and pro- gramming support.

With all of the students now graduated or nearing completion of their dissertations, they had a chance to reflect on the difference the Bilinski Fellowship had on their progress and success at a cer- emony and luncheon in spring 2013 with members of the Bilinski Foundation board. Michelle Schwarze, who completed a Ph.D. in political science and received a three-year postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, remarked: “I would not have been able to finish my dissertation nor make the contacts that proved useful in applying for jobs had I not had the support of the Bilinski Foundation during my candidacy.”

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