Congratulations to the IHC spring award recipients

The IHC is pleased to announce the recipients of its spring 2012 Faculty Release Time Awards, Faculty Collaborative Research Grants, and Pre-Doctoral Fellowships.

Release Time
Adrienne L. Edgar, History, Marriage, Modernity, and the ‘Friendship of Nations’: Interethnic Intimacy in Soviet Central Asia, 1917-1991
David Novak, Music, Keywords in Sound Studies
Teresa Shewry, English, Possible Ecologies: Literature, Nature, and Hope in the Pacific

Collaborative Projects
Risa Brainin, Theater and Dance, Appogiatura, a world premiere by James Still
Roberto Strongman, Black Studies, UC Caribbean Conference: “Rising Tides”
Peter Sturman, History of Art & Architecture; Xiaorong Li, East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies, Image and the Imaginary in 17th-Century China

Pre-Doctoral Fellows
Paul Reed Baltimore, History, From the Camel to the Cadillac: The Culture of Consumption and the U.S.-Saudi Special Relationship
Anne Cong-Huyen, English, Host and Server: The Literature and Media of Temporariness in an Age of Globalized Networks
Eric Fenrich, History, The Color of the Moon: The American Manned Space Program and Racial Inclusion, 1957-1978
Andrew J. Henkes, Theater and Dance, Profit, Performance, and Politics: Gay Nightlife in Los Angeles and West Hollywood, 1967-2010
Carly Thomsen, Feminist Studies, “I’m Just Me”: Queer Critiques of Gay Visibility, Identity, and Community from LGBTQ Women in the Rural Midwest

 

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