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HARCS DEAN’S FELLOWS As every graduate student in the humanities knows, summers are especially tough financially. Annual stipends and instructor salaries don’t go far enough in covering costs associated with completing a creative or research project. Students need support to travel to archives, conferences and seminars, purchase materials such as canvas and clay, or cover living expenses as they write. To bridge the gap in summer support, the dean of the Division of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in 2013-2014 allocated $50,000 in summer support to graduate students in Ph.D. and M.F.A. programs. The Humanities Institute awarded each fellow up to $2,500 for travel, research, workshops and other project-related work in the summer of 2013. The funding supported students in a range of programs from Performance Studies to English and will contribute to the completion of a wide array of projects, including a history of obscenity and editorship in twentieth century American literary culture, an examination of indigenous resistance to rural development in Haiti, and a performance piece that explores the relationship between bodies and sound. Below is a list of the awardees and their deserving projects.


Awardees:


Michael Accinno, Music Gestures of Inclusion: Music and Ideology at French and American Schools for the Blind


Isabel Baboun Garib, Spanish and Portuguese


Intimacy and Subjectivity in Chilean Independent Cinema of the Transition to Democracy


Molly Ball, English Slow Death and the Trope of Captivity: Revising Liberal Subjectivity in the Anglophone World


Loic Bourdeau, French & Italian Researching Montreal


Mary Ann Brooks, Theater and Dance


Improvising While Black: Chronicling a Black Aesthetic


Nicole Budrovich, Art History Minding the Gap: Methods to Connect Academic Research with the Modern Museum


Jordan Carroll, English Publishing the Unpublishable: Obscenity and Editorship in American Literary Culture


Xan Chacko, Cultural Studies Seeds for the Future


Jamie Dunn, Studio Art Site-specific drawing and printmaking


Kelley Gove, Cultural Studies Energy Futures and Crises through Nature, Labor and Class in Pinedale, Wyoming and Fort Nelson


Erin Hendel, English Futures of American Studies Institute


Heather Jennings, English Performance, Pedagogy and Rhetoric in Medieval England


Gretchen Jude, Performance Studies Sounding Bodies, Sounding Spaces


Jasmine Kitses, English


Simple Marks: Moments of Punctuation in Twentieth-Century Poetry


Nita Little, Performance Studies UrbanFERAL


Kelly Neil, English Inscrutable Suicide: Politics, Gender and the Felo de se in Early Modern Drama


Kevin O’Connor, Performance Studies


Practice As Research Summer 2013 Performance Project


Isabel Porras, Cultural Studies Embodying Passion & Heritage: Branding Colombia, Regulating Racial Excess in Cartagena


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Sayyeda Razvi, Comparative Literature A Space & Time for Storytelling: Reconfigurations of Spatial and Temporal Experience in the Work of Intizar Husain


Sophie Sapp, Cultural Studies Developing Resistance: The Contested Ecology of Indigenous Survival Practice and Rural Development in Haiti


Danielle Shaw, English Mad Men, Playboys and Hipsters: Racializing Labor, Leisure and Masculinity in the Postwar U.S.


Grace Tirapelle, English Hotel Publics and American Literary Hospitality 1890-2010


Kristen Waha, Comparative Literature Literary networks: A. Madhaviah and his Intellectual Collaborators


Christine Willie, Native American Studies


Sheep is Life and Diné Decolonization


Fellows


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