Congratulations to the 2022 Mondavi and Consortium Summer Fellows!
The UC Davis Humanities Institute is pleased to announce its 2022 Margrit Mondavi and UC Humanities Consortium Summer Fellows.
Mondavi awardees will each receive funding for project-related work relating to their MFA and PhD degrees. Consortium awardees will receive funding for PhD work and have the opportunity to be a part of a community of UC Consortium fellows in Fall 2022.
- Emily Masuda, Creative Writing: “The Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Farm Colony: A Historical Novel”
- Brooke Kipling, Spanish: “A New Conversation between Critical Disability Studies and Migration Studies: The Digital Stories of Migrants Disabled in Mexico”
- Martha Wacker, Design: “Design History Dossier”
- Lamia Mezzour-Hodson, French and Francophone Studies: dissertation chapter
- Leanny Munoz, Music: “How Panama has figured into the musical imagination of the United States”
- Scott Tsuchitani, Cultural Studies: Collaborative summer research in Japan
Congratulations to all our fellows! We look forward to seeing the exciting projects you create this summer.