13 ARHU doctoral students receive Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowships from the UMD Graduate School for 2011-2012.
ARHU Winners: Information about individual students will be added as it becomes available.
Aaron Bryant, American Studies
Robb Hernandez, American Studies
Adam Greenhalgh, Art History & Archaeology
Breanne Robertson, Art History & Archaeology
Jennifer Wellman, English
Jessica Johnson, History
Kimberly Welch, History
Elizabeth Picciuto, Philosophy
Yu Izumi, Philosophy
Sunyoung Lee, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Daniel Sender, School of Music
Rajani Bhatia, Women’s Studies
Julie Enszer, Women’s Studies
Robertson has presented various aspects of her research at symposia and conferences in the United States and Germany, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 2011, International Association of Inter-American Studies Bi-Annual Conference, 2010, and National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Annual Conference, 2009. In addition, she has published articles related to her dissertation in The Annals of Iowa, 2011, and Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas, 2011/In press. Her current projects include presentations on pan-Americanism, prejudice, and public art in Southern California for the May 2011 Smithsonian Fellows Lectures in American Art and the November 2011 New England American Studies Association Conference. She plans to defend her dissertation in December 2011.