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Announcement, JHI Undergraduate Fellowships, 2016-2017

The Jackman Humanities Institute is delighted to announce that we will welcome the following undergraduate fellows in 2016-2017

Sasha Boutilier, FAS Political Science
    Dr. Jan Blumenstein Undergraduate Award in the Humanities
    Project:    Autonomy, Collective Responsibility, and Future Generations in Indigenous Constitutions   
    Supervisor: Jennifer Nedelsky

Daviel Lazure Vieira, FAS History
    Jukka-Pekka Saraste Undergraduate Award in the Humanities
    Project:    Time in Conflict: Hegemonic Chronosophies and Subversive Temporalities
    Supervisor:  Rebecca Comay

Martin Marchiori-Wong, FAS Political Science and Geography
    Dr. Michael Lutsky Undergraduate Award in the Humanities
    Project:    Time for a Change: Reviewing the Relationships between Time, Rhythm, Pace and Public Policy
    Supervisor: Jennifer Nedelsky

Ekaterina Mizrokhi, FAS Geography and Slavic Languages & Literatures
    Milton Harris Undergraduate Award in the Jackman Humanities Institute
    Project:    Time’s Imprint: Tracing Socialism in Post-Socialist Urban Landscapes
    Supervisor: Michelle Murphy

Malcolm Sanger, FAS Anthropology and Comparative Literature
    James Fleck Undergraduate Award in the Humanities
    Project:    Time, Rhythm, and Pace on Screen
    Supervisor:  Elizabeth Harvey

Alisha Stranges, FAS Women & Gender Studies and Drama, Theatre & Performance Studies
    Zoltan Simo Undergraduate Award in the Humanities
    Project:    ‘To What Purpose, I do not Know’: Reconciling Traumatic Temporality through Improvisational Arts   
    Supervisor: Rebecca Comay

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