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2010 Fellowships and Grants

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Catherine Boland, recipient of the Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, administered by the U.S. Department of Education. Catherine will be continuing her study in New Brunswick.

David Boffa, recipient of a Mellon Dissertation Fellowship for 2010-2011. David will be in Rome, finishing work on his doctoral dissertation, “Artistic Identity Set in Stone.”


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Susannah Fisher, recipient of a Mellon Dissertation Fellowship for 2010-2011. Susannah will continue her stay in Munich, working on her doctoral dissertation, “Materializing the Word: Early Medieval Book Covers.”
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Hilary Haakenson, recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship in Italy for 2010-2011. Hilary will be in Venice to conduct research for her doctoral dissertation, “Cultural Crossroads: The Old Testament and Identity in Late Medieval Maritime Republics in Italy.”
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Dr. Karen Lloyd, laureate of the first André Chastel Scholarship from The Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art and the French Academy in Rome – Villa Medici for October 2010. Karen will be conducting research for an article, “A New Samson: Cardinal Scipione Borghese’s Early Art Patronage.” She recently completed her doctoral dissertation, “Adopted Papal Kin as Art Patrons in Early Modern Rome (1592-1676).”
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Kim Sels, recipient of a Smithsonian Predoctoral fellowship at the National Portrait Gallery. Kim will be conducting research on her doctoral dissertation, “Assembling Identity: The Object-Portrait in American Art, 1917–27.”
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Carly Jane Steinborn, recipient of the Phyllis G. Gordan/Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Pre-Doctoral Rome Prize. Carly will be at the American Academy in Rome from 2010-2012 to conduct research for her doctoral dissertation, "Transforming Sacred Space: Image and Materiality in the Orthodox Baptistery of Ravenna,"
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Emily Urban, recipient of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Fellowship in the History of Art at the Bibliotheca Hertziana. Currently a Fulbright fellow in Rome, Emily will remain to continue research for her dissertation, "The Sala Bologna in the Vatican Palace," in 2010-2012.
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Sarah Wilkins, recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship in Italy for 2010-2011. Sarah will be in Florence to conduct research on her doctoral Dissertation, “She Loved More Ardently than the Rest: the Magdalen Cycles of Late Duecento and Trecento Italy.”

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