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National Fellowship Program
While scholars of environmental policy, American business, or working-class communities have tended to analyze the history of each subfield separately, this project draws on the history of capitalism, critical geography, and interdisciplinary studies of regulation to argue that the shared history of policymakers, business people, and workers did not unfold in insolated silos. Lewis’s teaching and research integrate the history of education, art and design, and urban development through the prism of New York City’s urban communities and their changes over time. Olsson teaching and research examine the twentieth-century United States in global perspective, with an emphasis on agriculture, food, environment, rural history, and Latin America, particularly Mexico. Ott interests include 20th century American history, financial and business history, political conservatism, consumer culture, and women and gender history.
WOMEN'S ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO SCHOLARSHIPThe WOMEN'S ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO SCHOLARSHIPS are awarded to architecture students selected on the basis of both scholastic achievement and financial need. HALL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP IN ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGYGarth Hall, Arch 1994 M.Arch 1996 in Architecture and Engineering, was a respected architect and a recognized expert in building technology. Scholarships support an architecture student who has demonstrated exceptional academic merit and talent in the interrelationship between architectural design and art. WHITE SCHOLARSHIP is funded by an endowment established by the late Mr. White CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS FELLOWSHIPSThe CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS FELLOWSHIPS are offered to students of exceptional creative and or performing ability.
François Furet Travel Grants from the France Center at the University of Chicago: Zsofia Valyi-Nagy, Katerina Korola. Fellowship to attend the Mellon Summer Institute for Italian Paleography at the Newberry Library: Chris Zappella. Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality Graduate Teaching Fellowship: Solveig Nelson. Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture Predissertation Research Grant: Ingrid Greenfield. Franke Institute for the Humanities Doctoral Fellowship in the Humanities: Peggy Wang. Pre-Dissertation Fellowship from the Council for European Studies at Columbia University: Julia Langbein. Asian Cultural Council Fellowship for research in Chin Jeehee Hong. Ansel Adams Research Fellowship at the Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizon Sarah Miller.
Graham Foundation Grant Programs Awards
Since the Carter Manny Award’s establishment in 1996, over $815,000 has been awarded in recognition of outstanding doctoral students whose work represents some of the most innovative and advanced scholarship on architecture and its role in the arts, culture, and society. The Carter Manny Award supports dissertation research and writing by promising scholars whose projects have architecture as their primary focus and the potential to shape architectural discourse. This commitment is evident in Richard generous bequest of $50,000, in the form of a challenge grant, to the Graham Foundation in support of architectural journalism. Organizational information, including the organization Graham Foundation grant history.
The Barakat Trust
Established scholars attached to research institutions, including but not restricted to universities, museums and libraries, may for awards with an upper limit of £10,000 for research, educational and or training programmes, and other projects relating to the archaeology, the conservation and the history of the material and visual culture of Muslim societies. Grants with an upper limit of £7,000 each towards a conservation project or the training of a conservator in the fields of Islamic art and architecture. Grants with an upper limit of £6,000 towards the costs of a major publication on Islamic art, architecture, archaeology etc. One grant of up to £50,000 per year, for a maximum of three years, towards the costs of making available any major collection of Islamic art, architecture and archaeology.
International Student Funding Options The Office of International Affairs
Awards a traveling fellowship to London to students in graduate degree programs in the history of art, architecture etc. A short-term fellowship program supporting bibliographical inquiry as well as research in the history of the book trades and in publishing history. Open to students in the performing arts, visual arts, and creative writing to pursue a graduate degree at any accredited university in the US or abroad. Scholarships to finance Korean nationals studying engineering, science, liberal arts and social science abroad.
Funding Package U-M LSA Romance Languages and Literatures
Arcelia Gutierrez has been awarded a Rackham Summer Award stipend to pursue research on the history and work of Latinx media advocacy organizations in a neoliberal mediascape.