Humanities Institute Fellows, 2009-10

The recipients of the Humanities Institute’s fellowship awards for 2009-2010 are:

Residential Fellow

Naeem Murr, Creative Writing
A novel – Welcome to the Hotel of Strangers.

UConn Faculty Fellows

Clare Eby, English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Until Choice Do Us Part: The Theory and Practice of Marriage in the Progressive Era

Glen MacLeod, English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Authenticity in American Art and Literature: From Casts and Copies to the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

Janet Pritchard, Art & Art History, School of Fine Arts
Views from Wonderland, an artists’ book

Glenn Stanley, Music, School of Fine Arts
Fidelio and the Modern German Identity: Criticism and Performance of a National Cultural Icon.

Jennifer Terni, Modern& Classical Languages, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Elements of Mass Society: Paris 1830-1848

Graduate Dissertation Fellowships

Jennifer Lynn Holley, English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
The Child Elegy

Sherry Zane, History, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
The Politics of Sex, Scandals and Progressive Reform in Newport, Rhode Island, 1917-1921