Announcing 2014-2015 Fellows!

We are thrilled to announce the 2015-2016 Scholar’s Lab fellows for both the Praxis Program and the Graduate Fellowship in the Digital Humanities. We are welcoming 8 fellows from 5 disciplines from the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Our graduate fellows are joining a robust and vibrant community of past fellows!

Graduate Fellows in the Digital Humanities

We are looking forward to working with Brandon Walsh and Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati, our 2014-2015 Graduate Fellows in the Digital Humanities.

Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati’s (Classical Art and Archaeology) dissertation is titled, Music, Performance, and Identity in 4th century BCE South Italian Vase-Painting.

Brandon Walsh’s (English) dissertation is titled, AudioTextual: Modernism, Sound Recording, and Networks of Reception.

Praxis Program

We are delighted to welcome 6 diverse disciplinary team members to the 5th year of the Praxis Program:
  • James Ascher (English)
  • Bremen Donovan (Anthropology)
  • Ethan Reed (English)
  • Gillet Rosenblith (History)
  • Rachel Trapp (Music, Composition)
  • Lydia Warren (Music, Critical and Comparative Studies)
Look forward to more details around the Praxis Program’s new project in the fall!

The Scholars' Lab fosters a vibrant graduate community, rich with alumni, current fellows, student assistants, and fellow travelers. As the Head of Graduate Programs, I coordinate our two fellowship programs, the Graduate Fellowship in Digital Humanities and our innovative Praxis Program. In addition, I work with the international Praxis Network, which showcases new models of…

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