Fiscal Year 2007 Awards

A listing of KU humanities scholars awarded grants and fellowships by external agencies as a result of applications submitted between July 1, 2006 and June 30, 2007 follows. Hold your cursor over each scholar's name to make an abstract appear.

Individual Awards

Name Agency/Award Project Title
Marta Caminero-Santangelo St. Anthony Educational Foundation “Conference Proposal: "‘Nuestra America in the U.S.?: Communities in Transition’”
Sally Cornelison American Philosophical Society, Franklin Research Grant "Medici Power and Popular Piety: Giambologna’s St. Antoninus Chapel at San Marco, Florence"
Luis Corteguera Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens Mellon, Postdoctoral Research Fellowship; National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend "Talking Images in the Spanish Empire"
Gregory Cushman Fulbright Scholar Program, Hungary "The Ethical Dimensions and Environmental History of Agriculture"
Serguei B. Dolgopolskii Association for Jewish Studies, Cahnman Publication Subvention Grant “What is Talmud? The Art of Disagreement"
Tanya Golash-Boza University of Illinois, Chicago, African American Studies Department, Postdoctoral Fellowship "Yo Soy Negro: Locating Afro-Peruvians in Local and Global Discourses of Blackness"
Erik Herron Council for the International Exchange of Scholars, Fulbright Research and Teaching Fellowship "Research and Teaching Comparative Politics, Elections, and Party Systems"
Ann C. Huppert American Philosophical Society, Franklin Research Grant "Perspective, Practical Mathematics, and the Professionalization of Architecture in Sixteenth-Century Italy"
William D. Keel Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, TransCoop Program "German-Bohemian Dialects in the U.S."
Marni R. Kessler New York Academy of Medicine, Audrey and William H. Helfand Fellowship in the Medical Humanities "Anxiety and the Maternal Substitute: Edgar Degas's New Orleans Paintings"
Jeanne M. Klein Children’s Theatre Foundation of America, Grant "Aesthetic Development Throughout Childhood"
Burdett A. Loomis Dirksen Congressional Center, Congressional Research Award "The Fight of his Life: Bob Dole and the 1974 Kansas U.S. Senate Campaign"
Ebenezer Obadare American Sociological Association, Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline Grant "Miss Bell's Girls: Gender, Emigration, and the Socio-Cultural Aspects of the Decline of Health Services in Nigeria"
Naima B. Omar American Institute for Maghrib Studies "Diflossia and Bilingualism as Loci for Negotiating Linguistic Selves, Simultaneous Identities, and Multiple Political and Social Roles in Political Discourse"
Ann M. Schofield Massachusetts Historical Society, Fellowship "Women in Black: A Comparative Study of Mourning in Great Britain and the United States"
Hagith Sivan University of Pennsylvania Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, Fellowship "Jews of the West"
Crispin Williams American Philosophical Society, Franklin Research Grant; American Council of Learned Societies, East Asian Archaeology/Early History Fellowship; National Endowment for the Humanities, Fellowship "The Wenxian Covenant Texts: Critical Insights into Early Chinese Religious Belief and Political Organization"
Svetlana Vassileva-Karagyozova Czech Academy of Sciences "Communism through the Eyes of a Child in post-1989 Czech Prose and Film"
Michael Zogry American Academy of Religion, Individual Research Grant "Playing or Praying?: The Cherokee Anetso Ceremonial Complex and the Performance of Cultural Identity"

Institutional Awards

Name Agency/Award Project Title
Arienne Dwyer National Science Foundation "Workshop: Towards the Interoperability of Language Resources"
So-Min Cheong Korea Maritime Institute "Analysis of Coastal Management Practices in the U.S. and Canada"
So-Min Cheong Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute "Study of Marine Policy on the Geological and Geophysical Characteristics in Yellow Sea and East China Sea (South Sea of Korea)"

 


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