This program has been discontinued.  Part of the system-wide University of California Humanities Network, this program was designed to support advanced doctoral students in the final stages of completing their dissertations, and to encourage the collaboration, interdisciplinary dialogue, and innovation that are fundamental to research in the humanities in the University of California. Along with Faculty Research Fellows, Graduate Fellows are members of the UC Society of Fellows in the Humanities, sponsored by the UC Humanities Network.

During the fellowship year, UC Graduate Fellows in the Humanities are affiliated with the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, or, if appropriate, with a campus-based center, multi-campus research group or collaborative research project. Through the IHC or another center, the fellows will be expected to give a public presentation during their fellowship year. Fellows will be invited to participate in an annual meeting of UC Faculty Research Fellows and UC Graduate Fellows, and to submit a brief essay reporting on the fellowship year for inclusion in an e-publication disseminated by the UC Humanities Research Institute.

2014-2015 fellows:

Andrew Kalaidjian, English, Places of Rest: Modernism and the Environment
Jacqueline Viskup, Theater & Dance,  Incendiary Operations: Performing the Female Soldier on the Contemporary American Stage

2013-2014 fellows:

Maria Corrigan, Film and Media Studies, Eccentric Rhythms: Soviet Cinema Revisited
Pawan Deep Kaur Rehill, Religious Studies, Who Could Fathom the Wiles of Women?: The Texts and Contexts of Triya Charitra in South Asia

2012-2013 fellows:

Pavneet Aulakh, English, Beyond Words: The Visual Turn in Jacobean England
Anastasia Yumeko Hill, Film and Media Studies, Psychonautic Media

2011-2012 fellows:

Julia Panko, English, Reading the Interface: Information Storage and the Experimental Novel, 1910/2010
Jenna Gray-Hildenbrand, Religious Studies, Negotiating Authority: The Criminalization of Religious Practice and the Influence of Law on Religion in the United States

2010-2011 fellows:

Andrea Berez, Linguistics, Discourse, Landscape, and Spatial Reference in Ahtna
Catherine Zusky, English, Staging Pain in Late Medieval and Early Modern Drama

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