Srdjan Cvjeticanin received a Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship for research on Wordsworth, Byron, Hawthorne, and Melville for his dissertation, “Ironies of Freedom: Four Anglo-American Authors.”
The Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship supports outstanding doctoral students who have achieved candidacy and are actively working on dissertation research and writing.
Duygu Ergun received the Berlin Program for German and European Studies Dissertation Fellowship for research on her dissertation, “The Making of an Aesthetic Domain: Reframing Lived Relations in Turkish-German Postwar Media Networks.”
The Berlin Program promotes young researchers with specialized knowledge of modern and contemporary Germany and Europe.
Graham Liddell was awarded a Humanities Research Fellowship by the Department of Comparative Literature for his multidisciplinary dissertation on recent refugee writing in Arabic and Persian, entitled “Way-finding, World-Making.”
Julia Martins was awarded a Humanities Research Fellowship by the Department of Comparative Literature for her dissertation research on “Women’s Subjectivity, Parrhesia, and Fiction in a Post-Internet Time.”
Marina Mayorski was awarded a Humanities Research Fellowship by the Department of Comparative Literature for dissertation research on the development of Jewish popular literature during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in the Russian and Ottoman Empires.