Recent Accomplishments from Our Graduate Students and Alumni – August and September 2023

Aug. 21, 2023

Nick Barone

Nick Barone has been awarded the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities (IHUM) Fellowship for the 2023-2024 academic year.

Emily Chesley

Emily Chesley presented her paper, “The Economics of Widowhood in Sixth-Century Mesopotamia” at the 10th World Syriac Conference in Kottayam, India, last week.

Adhitya Dhanapal

Adhitya Dhanapal has accepted an offer from Duke University for a 3-year postdoctoral fellowship. Dhanapal will be acting as the Resident Librarian for South and Southeast Asian Studies at Duke University Library beginning December 1.

Anin Luo

Anin Luo published "Animals, Film, Audiences: Regulating Cruelty and Morality Through Science and Law in Interwar Britain" in Isis.

R. Isabela Morales

R. Isabela Morales book Happy Dreams of Liberty is one of three finalists for this year's Frederick Douglass Book Prize (Gilder Lehrman Center).

Tomer Nisimov

Tomer Nisimov was awarded the Academician B. Rinchen Scholarship for Mongolian studies and will be conducting research in Mongolia in summer 2024, at the National University of Mongolia.

Jeremy R. Schneider

Jeremy R. Schneider successfully defended his dissertation and in October will begin a new position as Junior Research Fellow at Trinity College, University of Cambridge.

Hannah Stamler

Hannah Stamler won the Western Society for French History's 2022 Millstone Prize, for the best interdisciplinary paper presented at the annual conference.

Robert Yee

Robert Yee will start a junior research fellowship at Wadham College, Oxford, in October.