German PhD Students Awarded Fellowships

Published: March 21, 2017

Franzi SchweigerFranziska Schweiger was awarded the 2nd Leg Summer Fellowship from the Center for the Humanities and the Arts to explore the history and technical production of lace from the mid 16th century to the present and how this specific form of textile work informs modern poetic production.

 

Sayalee KarkareSayalee Karkare was selected by the Graduate School and GSLL to receive a Summer Graduate School Fellowship to work on her dissertation on the genre of the essay film.

 

Emily Frazier-RathEmily Frazier-Rath received a 2017-18 Dissertation Completion Fellowship from the Graduate School for her research on German activist discourse with a particular focus on the refugee crisis in Europe.

 

Maggie RosenauMaggie Rosenau has received a Fulbright Student Award to Germany to do research on her dissertation on concrete poetry and the works of Eugen Gomringer and Dieter Roth in particular.

 

Congratulations to Emily, Franzi, Maggie, and Sayalee!