The Graduate Scholars in Residence program provides up to nine students in the humanities with a one-course teaching release or summer funding, enabling them to devote an entire semester to work on their dissertations.
As part of their HI residence, these scholars will deliver a talk with an update on their projects.
Meet the speakers:
Yilan Luo, Department of History: “Gambling History in Twentieth Century Shanghai, 1911–1965”
Irene Kemunto Momanyi, Department of French and Francophone Studies, African Studies program: “Testimony, Trauma, and Memory in Narratives of the Genocide Against the Tutsi”
Michael Young, Department of English: “The Sophistic Gambit: Dale Carnegie at the Origins of Speech Communication”