Letters Archive

Spring 2008, Vol. 16, No. 2 (requires Adobe Acrobat)

External Grants and Fellowships

We extend congratulations to our colleagues in the College of Arts and Science for
receiving the following external grants and fellowships as a result of applications submitted
in the 2006 calendar year. We rely on departments to provide us with this information.

Robert F. Barsky, French & Italian, English:
Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC
Canadian Studies Program Enhancement Grant

William P. Caferro, history:
Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
Research Fellowship
War, Economy, and Culture in Italy, 1350-1450

Katherine B. Crawford, history:
Folger Shakespeare Library
Research Fellowship
The Sexual Culture of the French Renaissance

Edward H. Friedman, Spanish & Portuguese, comparative literature:
Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin
Research Fellowship
The Narrative Fictions of Gerald Brenan

Gregg M. Horowitz, philosophy:
American Academy in Berlin
Berthold Leibinger Berlin Prize
Old Media

Mark B. Hosford, art:
Frans Masereel Centrum
Artist’s Residency

John A. McCarthy, comparative literature, Germanic & Slavic
Languages, and Director of the Max Kade Center for European and German Studies:

Council for International Exchange of Scholars
Fulbright German Studies Summer Seminar Grant
Germany and the European Union

Moses E. Ochonu, history:
American Council of Learned Societies
International and Area Studies Fellowship
Colonial Meltdown: Northern Nigeria in the Great Depression

David E. Petrain, classical studies:
National Endowment for the Humanities
Summer Stipend
The Tabulae Iliacae and the Development of Visual Storytelling
in the Early Roman Empire

Thomas A. Schwartz, history:
Nobel Institute
Research Fellowship
Henry Kissinger and the Dilemmas of American Power

Hortense J. Spillers, English:
Council for International Exchange of Scholars
Fulbright American Studies Summer Seminar Grant
American Religion

John J. Stuhr, philosophy:
Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy
Research Grant
American Philosophy in National and International Perspectives

Arleen M. Tuchman, history and Center for Medicine, Health, and Society:
American Council of Learned Societies
Research Fellowship
Diabetes: A Cultural History

Steven A. Wernke, anthropology:
National Science Foundation
Research Grant
Conversion or Synthesis? Investigating Early Colonial Negotiations of New Religious and Social Forms at Malata, an Inka Provincial Village and Mission Settlement in Highland Peru

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