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SAH Members Receive ACLS Fellowships and Graham Foundation Grants

by User Not Found | Jun 29, 2012
Congratulations to all the SAH members who received fellowships from ACLS or grants from the Graham Foundation.

2012 ACLS Fellows:

Seth Adam Hindin / ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program 
New Faculty Fellow, Art History, University of California, Davis
History and Ethnic Commitment in the Visual Culture of Medieval Bohemia, ca. 1200-ca. 1420

John Lopez / Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship
Doctoral Candidate, Architectural History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The Hydrographic City: Mapping Mexico City's Urban Form in Relation to its Aquatic Condition, 1521-1700

Kathryn Moore / ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program
New Faculty Fellow, History of Art and Italian Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Italian Copies of Holy Land Architecture: The Illustrated Versions of Niccolò da Poggibonsi’s Libro d’Oltramare

Elena Tomlinson / East European Studies Dissertation Fellowship
Doctoral Candidate, Architecture, University of California, Berkeley
Shared Heritage, Soft Budgets: Europe and the Remaking of Bucharest

Alice Tseng / ACLS Fellowship 
Associate Professor, History of Art and Architecture, Boston University
Conspicuous Construction: New Monuments to Imperial Lineage in Modern Kyoto

2012 Graham Foundation Grant Recipients:

Anthony Acciavatti, Princeton University, with Justin Fowler & Dan Handel / Publication
Manifest: A Journal of American Architecture and Urbanism

Alex Bremner, University of Edinburgh / Publication
Imperial Gothic: Religious Architecture and High Anglican Culture in the British Empire, c.1840-70

Jean-Louis Cohen, New York University / Publication
Modern Architectures in History: France

Peter L. Laurence, Clemson University / Publication
Jane Jacobs and the City

Caroline Maniaque-Benton, Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Architecture and Simon Sadler, University of California, Davis / Publication
Alternative Architecture: A Documentary History

Vincent Michael, School of the Art Institute of Chicago / Publication
The Architecture of Barry Byrne

David Smiley, Barnard and Columbia College / Publication
Pedestrian Modern: Shopping and American Architecture, 1925-1955

Lawrence J. Vale, MIT / Publication
Purging the Poorest: Public Housing and the Design-Politics of Twice-Cleared Communities


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