UNT Libraries Award Research Fellowships
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The UNT Libraries have announced the 2015-16 Fellowship Awards from Special Collections and The Portal to Texas History. Winners are invited to spend a week in residence at UNT conducting research, and each are also invited to present a brief overview of their research during their residency as part of a Fellowship Lecture Series.
The winners of the Special Collections Fellowship are:
- Oliver Burtin, Graduate student in History at Princeton
- Title of Project: The American Legion and Veterans’ Politics
- Laura Forsberg, Ph.D. candidate in English at Harvard University
- Title of Project: The Victorian Miniature Book
- William A. Taylor, Assistant Professor of Security Studies at Angelo
- Title of Project: In the Service of Democracy: American Military Service from World War II to the Present
The winners of the Portal to Texas History Fellowship are:
- Ben Davis, Graduate student in Library and Information Science at
the University of North Texas
- Title of Project: Historic Architecture of Harrison County Texas
- Evan C. Rothera, Ph.D. candidate in History at Pennsylvania State
- Title of Project: “There are in Texas Men who have suffered much”: Reconstruction in the Lone Star State
- Nakia Parker, Graduate student in History at University of Texas,
- Title of Project: Life along the Red River: Gender, Slavery, and Emancipation in the Nineteenth-Century Southwest Borderlands
Each fellowship recipient’s lecture will be free and open to the public, and will be placed on the calendar of events at http://www.library.unt.edu.
For more information, contact Mandy Rausch at 940-565-2499 or email@example.com.