Congratulations to the GC’s 2018 Mellon/ACLS Fellows

Four Graduate Center doctoral candidates were named 2018 Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellows. The fellows, selected from a pool of more than 1,000 applicants, will receive a one-year stipend of $30,000, plus funds for research costs and university fees of up to $8,000.

Evaluation criteria for the prestigious fellowship include the potential of the research project to make a significant contribution to knowledge and the student's potential for scholarly achievement.

The Graduate Center's 2018 fellows are

Head shot of Fabio Battista
Fabio Battista
Ph.D. Program in Comparative Literature
Dissertation title: Cultural Translation in Early Modern Italy: Fiction and English Affairs, 1590-1690

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Zoltán Glück

Ph.D. Program in Anthropology
Dissertation title: Security and Social Transformation: An Anthropology of Kenya’s War on Terror, 1998-2018

Elizabeth Newton
Elizabeth Newton

Ph.D. Program in Music
Dissertation title: Lo-fi Recordings and the Reproduction of Affect, 1988-1996

head shot photo of Graduate Center student Helen Panagiotopoulos
Helen Panagiotopoulos

Ph.D. Program in Anthropology
Dissertation title: The Question of Money: State, Protest, and Informal Currencies in the Wake of Greece’s Economic Crisis

Congratulations to this year's Mellon/ACLS Fellows.

Submitted on: MAY 22, 2018

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