Traveling Scholars

in Graduate Students, News, News Summer 2014
June 13th, 2014

Three doctoral students in Hispanic Language and Literatures have won awards for summer study.

Johan Gotera Osorio won Graduate School support to enroll at School of Criticism and Theory at Cornell University. Gotera’s project examines language, memory and exile in the work of Cuban poet Octavio Armand.

Noemí Martín Santo won a Graduate Research Abroad Fellowship for research in Madrid and Seville on seventeenth-century Spanish literary depictions of life in Japan.

Daniela Dorfman, winner of a GRS Summer Research Fellowship, is exploring legal and literary archives in Buenos Aires and examining the relations between law and literature in 19th- and 20th-century authors.

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Four doctoral students in French Language and Literature have won awards for summer study.

Tom Byron won Graduate School support to enroll at School of Criticism and Theory at Cornell University.

Jenai Humphreys won Graduate School support to enroll at the Bryn Mawr program in Avignon.

Sophia Mizouni is the winner of a GRS Summer Research Fellowship.

Kristen Stern is the winner of a GRS Summer Research Fellowship and the recipient of a Boston University Center for the Humanities Fellowship for the Fall 2014 semester.