UIC Institute for the Humanities

The UIC Institute for the Humanities is pleased to introduce the 2016-2017 Resident Graduate Fellows.  
These graduate students at the writing stage of their dissertations join the Institute community of scholars.

The Resident Graduate Fellows and their dissertation titles:


William D'Allesandro, Philosophy Department

Intertheoretic Reduction and Explanation in Mathematics

Lisa James, Hispanic Studies 

Letters in absentia: A Missive Critique of the Humanist ‘Letra’ in Fernando de Rojas’s La Celestina (1499)   

Lisa James
Marshall Linsday 2 grad resident fellow

Lindsay Marshall, English Department

Recovering Rhetoric: Addiction and Rehabilitation at the Limits of Disease Discourse


Tim Soriano, History Department

The Royal Navy, Legal Pluralism and Authority in Early Sierra Leone: 1670-1815


During the 2017-2018 academic year the Institute will offer Resident Fellow opportunities for advanced graduate students in the humanities.

The Institute for the Humanities provides Resident Fellows with office space and administrative support. As Resident Fellows students will be invited 
to participate fully in the fellows’ lunch seminars and social events.

Institute for the Humanities Resident Fellow status is intended for students in the writing stage of the dissertation process. Applicants must be full-time 
humanities graduate students in good academic standing.

Criteria for selection will be based on the strength and clarity of the proposal and the project’s relevance to the humanities.




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