2021-2022 Award Winner
Katie Warczak, Being Human: The Intersections of Animality, Race, Disability, and Eugenics in Modernist Literature (directed by Michael Bérubé and Keith Gilyard).
Justus Peña Berman
The 2021 CALS Summer Graduate Fellow was Justus Peña Berman, for his dissertation titled Technoracialization: Race, Technology, and Media in Contemporary Latinx and Asian American Literature, directed by Tina Chen.
2021-2022 Award Winners
Justin Smith, for research at the Beinecke Library at Yale University
2020-2021 Award Winner
Aaren Pastor, Magicians Unbound: Modernism's Counterhumanist Challenge to Man
The 2020 CALS Summer Graduate Fellow was Yi-Ting Chang, for her dissertation titled "Independence’s Others: Decolonial Taiwan in the Transpacific."
2019-2020 Award Winners
Akash Belsare, Humanimal Narratives: Genre and Animality in Contemporary Ethnic Literatures
Liana Glew, Documenting Insanity: Institutional Narratives in Psychiatric History
The 2019 CALS Summer Graduate Fellow was Sean Weidman, for his dissertation titled "Modernist Hospitalities: Modern Culture and the Politics of Welcoming after Empire."
2019-2020 Award Winner
Layli Miron, for the 2019 Rhetoric Society of America’s Summer Institute