The Urban Network welcomes its new doctoral fellows for the 2015-2016 academic year. Fellows meet twice a month for one year for informal presentation and discussion of their works in progress. At the end of the year, fellows are awarded $750 for conference expenses, in order to present the work they've developed during the fellowship year.
A competitive application process led to a strong cohort of ten fellows for this year's program, from departments throughout the Social Sciences, Humanities, and the SSA. They are, in alphabetical order:
Theresa Anasti (SSA,) Emilio de Antuñano (History,) Ashley J. Finigan (History,) Hanne Graversen (Art History,) Cayce Hughes (Sociology,) Andrea L. Jenkins (Sociocultural & Linguistic Anthropology,) Nicholas Kryczka (History,) Zhiying Ma (Departments of Comparative Human Development and Anthropology,) Natalia Pavlou (Linguistics,) and Alicia Riley (Sociology.)