Fiscal Year 2002 Awards

A listing of KU humanities scholars awarded grants and fellowships by external agencies as a result of applications submitted between July 1, 2001 and June 30, 2002 follows.

Individual Awards

Name Agency/Award Project Title
Nobleza Asuncion-Lande Fulbright Scholar Program  
Katherine Clark Huntington Library William M. Keck Foundation and Andrew M. Mellon Foundation, Fellowship; British Academy, Fellowship  
Walter Clark National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend "Biography of the Spanish (Catalan) Composer Enrique Granados (1867-1916)"
Luis Corteguera Program for Cultural Cooperation Between Spain's Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports and United States Universities "Before God and King: Ordinary People in Politics in Early Modern Spain, 1500-1800"
Patrick Dooley Fulbright Scholar Program  
Arienne Dwyer American Council of Learned Societies "Interactive Taklamakan: A Multimedia CD-ROM of Uyghur Dialects"
Tamara Falicov National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend "The Cinematic Tango: The Film Industry, the State, and National Identity in Argentina, 1930-1998"
Deborah Gerner Fulbright Scholar Program  
Maryemma Graham American Council of Learned Societies, Fellowship "The House Where My Soul Lives: The Life of Margaret Walker"
Patricia Graham National Endowment for the Humanities, Fellowship "Japanese Buddhist Devotional Imagery and Sacred Sites, 1600 to the Present"
Anita Herzfeld Fulbright Scholar Program  
Michael Hoeflich Massachusetts Historical Society, Mellon Fellowship "The Business of Law in Nineteenth Century America"
Gwynne Jenkins Fulbright Scholar Program "The Politics of Sterilization, Population Programming, and Gender in Costa Rica, 1955-Present"
Wallace Johnson Association for Asian Studies "A Computer Searchable Text of The Ming Code"
Wallace Johnson Humboldt Foundation "Law in Central Asia: An Historical Overview"
Margaret Marco Arts International Travel Grant  
Fiona McLaughlin National Endowment for the Humanities, Fellowship "'To Call a Monster by its Name': A Translation of Boubacar Boris Diop’s Murambi, Le Livre des Ossements."
Gerald Mikkelson Fulbright Scholar Program  
Garth Myers Fulbright Scholar Program "Participatory Urban Planning and the Sustainable Cities Program in Lusaka, Zanzibar and Dar es Salaam"
Catherine Preston American Association of University Women, Fellowship "The Visual Culture of Adolescent Girls"
Margaret Rausch American Council of Learned Societies; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Fellowship for Junior Faculty "Moroccan Women and Religious Expression: A Berber Woman’s Sufi Order in the Middle Atlas Mountains"
Philip Schrodt Fulbright Scholar Program  
Daniel Stevenson American Council of Learned Societies, International Fellowship "Meticulous Rules of Salvation: Ritual Protocol and Religious Value in Song-Dynasty Pure Land Buddhism"
Carmen Taleghani-Nikazm Fulbright Scholar Program  

Institutional Awards

Name Agency/Award Project Title
Lorraine Bayard de Volo United States Institute of Peace "Women’s Nonviolent Action in Latin America"
Andrew Debicki and Jill Kuhnheim National Endowment for the Humanities, Seminars and Institutes "Critical Approaches to Hispanic Poetry at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century"
Arienne Dwyer Volkswagen Foundation Programme for Documentation of Endangered Languages "Developing a Documentational Multimedia Database Prototype for Endangered Languages Using Salar and Monguor"
Elaine Gerbert National Endowment for the Humanities, Education Focus Grants "East Asian Studies Course Development: 21st Century High School International Studies Program"
Maryemma Graham City of Lawrence "Speaking of Rivers: Taking Poetry to the People"
Maryemma Graham National Endowment for the Humanities, Education Development and Demonstration "Language Matters: Reading and Teaching Morrison"
Elizabeth Kuznesof U.S. Department of Education, Fulbright "Seminar on Childhood for K-8 Teachers and Education Faculty in Costa Rica"
Bradley L. Schaffner International Education and Graduate Programs Service "Everyday Life In Imperial Russia: The Tiraspol Consistory Records"
William M. Tsutsui Freeman Foundation, Undergraduate Asian Studies Funding Initiative  
Sherrie Tucker United Stated Department of Interior, National Park Service Southeast Region "Research Study on Feminist Perspective on New Orleans Jazz Women"

 


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