2022-2023 Award Recipients


Please join the Hall Center for the Humanities in congratulating the following recipients of fellowships and grants awarded for 2022-2023!

MID-CAREER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP for 2022-23:

Jonathan Lamb (Associate Professor, English)

HUMANITIES RESIDENT FACULTY FELLOWSHIPS for 2022-23:

Giselle Anatol (Professor, English)

Katie Batza (Associate Professor, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies)

Elizabeth MacGonagle (Associate Professor, History)

Elaine Nelson (Assistant Professor, History)

Kyoim Yun (Associate Professor, East Asian Languages and Cultures)

RICHARD AND JEANNETTE SIAS GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS IN THE HUMANITIES for 2022-23

Divya Rhadika Bhalla (PhD Candidate, English)

Ross Gilmore (PhD Candidate, Philosophy)

FACULTY RESEARCH TRAVEL GRANTS:

Giselle Anatol (Professor, English)

Vitaly Chernetsky (Professor, Slavic and Eurasian Languages and Literatures)

Marike Janzen (Associate Professor, Humanities)

Megan Kaminski (Associate Professor, English)

Jonathan Mayhew (Professor, Spanish and Portuguese Studies)

Paul Scott (Professor, French, Francophone, and Italian Studies)

GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH TRAVEL GRANTS:

Amy Billings (doctoral candidate, English)

Brigid Enchill (doctoral candidate, French, Francophone, and Italian Studies)

Lisa Favicchia (doctoral candidate, English)

Mary Frances Ivey (doctoral candidate, Art History)

Bushra Nayeem (doctoral candidate, Architecture and Design)

Sam Rogers (doctoral candidate, History)

Teri Terigele (doctoral candidate, Communication Studies)

Maggie Vaughn (doctoral candidate, Art History)

Carolisa Watson (doctoral candidate, Geography)

Jeongwon Yoon (doctoral candidate, Art History)

Ying Zhu (doctoral candidate, Art History)

VICE CHANCELLOR FOR RESEARCH BOOK PUBLICATION AWARD:

Devon Mihesuah (Professor, Humanities)

FRIENDS OF THE HALL CENTER BOOK PUBLICATION AWARDS:

Robert McDonald (Assistant Professor, Communication Studies)

APPLIED HUMANITIES SUMMER FELLOWS

Maggie Brown-Peoples (master’s candidate, Museum Studies): Watkins Museum of History

Mohsen Fatemi (doctoral candidate, School of Public Affairs and Administration): KU Center for Undergraduate Research

Lynzee Flores (doctoral candidate, Communication Studies): Freedom’s Frontier National Heritage Area

Hannah Johnson (master’s candidate, Art History): Kansas City Public Library

Allison Lewis (doctoral candidate, American Studies): Black Archives of Mid America

Lorena V. Mosquera (doctoral candidate, Spanish and Portuguese Studies): Lawrence Public Library

S.K. Reed (master’s candidate, Visual Art): plug Gallery

Katherine White (doctoral candidate, Art History): KU Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity

Hae Jeong Yoon (doctoral candidate, Art History): Lawrence Arts Center

APPLIED HUMANITIES BOOT CAMP

Myleah Brewer (doctoral candidate, Communication Studies)

Jinhyun Cho (master’s candidate, Art History)

Emily Frederich (doctoral candidate, French, Francophone, and Italian Studies)

Taylor Hunt (doctoral candidate, Philosophy)

Bronwen Jenkins (master’s candidate, French, Francophone, and Italian Studies)

Kodjovi Koulekpato (master’s candidate, French, Francophone, and Italian Studies)

Lindsey Kraus (doctoral candidate, Communication Studies)

Rigao Liu (doctoral candidate, Political Science)

Sabrina Monsees (master’s candidate, Leadership in Diversity and Inclusion)

Christian Pollock (master’s candidate, Philosophy)

Claudia Salas-Forero (master’s candidate, Spanish and Portuguese Studies)

Karisa Shiraki (doctoral candidate, Spanish and Portuguese Studies)

Teri Terigele (doctoral candidate, Communication Studies)

Rebecca Wetzel (doctoral candidate, French, Francophone, and Italian Studies

Indira Yadira Ariana García Varela (doctoral candidate, Spanish and Portuguese Studies)

James Yao (doctoral candidate, History)

SCHOLARS ON SITE

Kelly H. Chong (Professor, Sociology)

VISITING REGIONAL FACULTY

Daphne McConnell (Professor, World and Classical Languages and Cultures, Benedictine College)

Irene Olivares (Assistant Professor, History, Johnson County Community College)