Graduate Student News
Julie Gaillard (PhD. 16) was awarded a Post-doctoral Fellowship at the Institute for Cultural Inquiry in Berlin for 2016-2018 (https://www.ici-berlin.org/profile/gaillard/). The ICI fellowship is one of the most prestigious and competitive humanistic interdisciplinary postdoctoral fellowships in Europe, drawing candidates from everywhere in the world.
She is also the co-editor (with Claire Nouvet and Mark Stoholski) of "Traversals of Affect, on Jean-François Lyotard: http://www.bloomsbury.com/us/traversals-of-affect-9781474257909/
Kris Knisely (PhD. 15’) has accepted a tenure-track assistant professorship at the University of South Dakota.
Erika Serrato was awarded a Mellon Graduate Teaching Fellowship at Morehouse College for 2016-2017.
Gina Stamm was awarded a Dean’s Teaching Fellowship from the James T. Laney Graduate School for 2015-2016.
Julie Gaillard was awarded a Mellon Graduate Teaching Fellowship at Morehouse College for 2015-2016.
The Anne Amari Perry Award is given each year to outstanding students in French who are writing their dissertations. This year's award recipients are Gina Stamm and Erika Serrato. The Thomas M. Hines French Studies Scholarship recognizes the outstanding work of a first year Graduate student. This year's award goes to Manuela Ossa.