Doctoral student James Owen highlighted on UGA Graduate School site for his research

James Owen, a doctoral student in history, was recently interviewed for a Graduate School 'Spotlight'. The web article notes that "under the direction of his advisor, Dr. Claudio Saunt, Owen’s multidisciplinary research includes narratives on the U.S., Caribbean, and Native American histories as well as in ethnomusicology, led by Dr.

Bentley awarded competitive FLAS fellowship for 2015-16

Derek Bentley

Derek Bentley, a doctoral candidate in history, has been awarded a Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowship for the academic year 2015-16, through UGA's Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute (LACSI) and the State Department of Education. FLAS Fellowships are authorized under Title VI of the Higher Education Act and are administered by the United States Department of Education.

Doctoral Candidate James Wall awarded Phelps-Stokes Graduate Fellowship

Ph.D. candidate (history) James Wall has been awarded the Phelps-Stokes Graduate Fellowship for the 2015-16 academic year. This fellowship was established in 1911 by the authorization of a monetary gift to the University of Georgia from the Phelps-Stokes Fund. The fund was a bequest from the estate of Miss Caroline Phelps Stokes (1854-1909), a New York City philanthropist, for a recipient studying African-Americans and the adjustment to American civilization.

Luke Manget receives Winterthur Museum Fellowship

Doctoral candidate Luke Manget has recently been awarded a research fellowship from the Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library in Delaware to study the role of the Shakers as pioneers in the pharmaceutical industry.  At Winterthur, Research Fellows live on the museum grounds while conducting research at the museum and library.

This fellowship is supported by the NEH Fellowship Programs at Independent Research Institutions.


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