The Center for the Humanities offers WashU graduate students writing dissertations in humanities disciplines the opportunity to apply for one of six competitively awarded Graduate Student Fellowships each academic year, providing a $5,000 stipend for a one-semester residential fellowship. While working at the humanities center in their own office, Graduate Student Fellows actively participate in the center’s intensive, interdisciplinary intellectual environment, discussing their research with the Faculty Fellows in residence, other WashU humanities faculty and invited guests.
For more on their projects and past Graduate Student Fellows, follow this link.
Charlotte Fressilli, Department of English
“Forgetting About It: Italian-American Narratives, Whiteness, and the Reorganization of Historical Memory”
Lacy Murphy, Department of Art History and Archaeology
“Colliding Worlds: Visual Culture in France and Colonial Algeria (1918-1962)”
Annika Nilsson, Department of Anthropology
“Grassroots Science: Patient-Led Research Practices in Complex Chronic Illness Communities”
Rebecca Dudley, Department of Anthropology
“Legacies of the Plantation: An Examination of Louisiana Contemporary Industrial Agriculture”
Juan Manuel Ramírez Velázquez, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
“Women’s Transgressive Power: Gender, Mobility, and Displacement in the Ibero-Atlantic World, 1521-1650”
Laurel Taylor, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
“Moved: Affective Bonds in Online Literary Media”