2013 Platzman Fellowships awarded

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The Special Collections Research Center is pleased to announce the recipients of the Robert L. Platzman Memorial Fellowships for 2013. 

The Platzman Fellowship program provides funds for visiting researchers whose projects require on-site consultation of University of Chicago Library collections, primarily materials in the Special Collections Research Center. Support for beginning scholars is a priority of the program, as are projects that cannot be conducted without onsite access to the original materials, and where University of Chicago Library collections are central to the research.

 More information on the 2013 Platzman Fellows, including titles of their projects, is available on the Special Collections web site:  http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/scrc/about/platzmanfellowships.html

 Robert L. Platzman Memorial Fellowship Recipients for 2013

Shuhita Bhattacharjee, doctoral candidate in English, University of Iowa

Nancy Walbridge Collins, research fellow and lecturer in international affairs, Columbia University

Kevin Donnelly, assistant professor of history, Alvernia University

Melinda Gough, associate professor in English and cultural studies, McMaster University

Jamie Kreiner, assistant professor of history, University of Georgia

Christopher La Casse, doctoral candidate in English and American literature, University of Delaware

Joseph Martin, doctoral candidate in the history of science, technology, and medicine, University of Minnesota

David Olson, doctoral candidate in history, Boston University

Hunter Price, doctoral candidate in history, Ohio State University

Melissa Renn, senior curatorial research associate, Harvard University Museums

Andrea Scionti, doctoral candidate in history, Emory University

David A. Varel, doctoral candidate in history, University of Colorado

Wil Verhoeven, professor of American culture and cultural theory, University of Groningen

Saul Noam Zaritt, doctoral candidate in Jewish literature, Jewish Theological Seminary

 

 

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