Fiscal Year 2005 Awards

A listing of KU humanities scholars awarded grants and fellowships by external agencies as a result of applications submitted between July 1, 2004 and June 30, 2005 follows. Hold your cursor over each scholar's name to make an abstract appear.

Individual Awards

Name Agency/Award Project Title
Jonathan Boyarin National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend "Translation, Editing and Introduction of Abraham Joshua Heschel's KOTSK: IN GERANGL FAR EMESDIKAYT"
Edith W. Clowes National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend "The Center at the Periphery: Eccentric Identity in Contemporary Russian Writing"
Anthony P. Corbeill The Institute for Research in the Humanities, Solmsen Fellowship "Boundaries of Sex and Gender in Ancient Rome"
Susan Earle The J. Paul Getty Trust, Curatorial Research Fellowship "Gender, Nationalism, Modernism: Puvis de Chavannes and American Art 1875-1920"
Tamara Falicov University of Minnesota's Program for Cultural Cooperation Between Spain’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports and United States Universities "Assessing Progama Ibermedia: The Cultural Politics of an Ibero-American Film Finance Pool"
Sherry Fowler Association of Asian Studies and Metropolitan Center for Far Eastern Art Studies "Accounts and Images of the Six Kannon Cult in Japan"
Maryemma Graham Stanford Humanities Center (declined); National Humanities Center "The House Where My Soul Lives: The Life of Margaret Walker"
Marc L. Greenberg American Philosophical Society, Franklin Research Grant "Dialect Description of the Village of Srednje Jarse, Republic of Slovenia"
Laura Herlihy Wenner-Gren Foundation, Grant "Miskitu Gender Identities"
Marni Kessler College Art Association, Millard Meiss Book Subvention Award; The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Francis C. Wood Institute for the History of Medicine Grant "In Sickness and Ill Health: Edgar Degas and Late 19th-Century French Medical Practice"
Elizabeth MacGonagle American Philosophical Society, Franklin Research Grant "Crafting Identity in Zimbabwe and Mozambique: A History of the Ndau"
Amy McNair National Endowment for the Humanities, Fellowship "Lives of the Imperial Painters: Chinese Biographies in Translation"
John Staniunas Fulbright Scholar Program (extension), Lithuanian Academy of Music and the Opera Theatre  
Miwha Stevenson Korea Foundation, Advanced Research Grant "The Painted Tombs of Koguryo: Archaeological Artifact and the Construction of National Heritage"
Marta Vicente University of Minnesota's Program for Cultural Cooperation Between Spain’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports and United States Universities "Mad about Calicoes: The Economic Debates on Women and Fashion in Eighteenth-Century Spain"
Michael Zogry National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend "Playing or Praying?: The Cherokee Anesto Ceremonial Complex"

Institutional Awards

Name Agency/Award Project Title
Victor Bailey Dane G. Hansen Foundation "Kansas History Online"
Arienne Dwyer National Science Foundation; National Endowment for the Humanities, Documenting Endangered Languages Fellowship "Language Contact and Variation: A Discourse-based Grammar of Monguor"
John Janzen Kansas Humanities Council "Identity, Voice, and Community among New African Immigrants to Kansas"
Arne Koch Alexander von Humboldt Foundation TransCoop “The Problematic Legacies of Ernst Moritz Arndt (1769-1860): German Nationalism, European Visions, and his American Progeny”
Peggy Kuhr John S. and James L. Knight Foundation "The Power of Community Knowledge: Implications for Daily Journalism"
Elizabeth Kuznesof U.S. Department of Education Fulbright "Fulbright-Hayes Group Projects Abroad Program (GPA) Fiscal Year 2005 Application"
John Staniunas The Kansas Arts Commission, Operational Support for University Theatre  
Norman Yetman Fulbright Distinguished Chair  

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