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Congratulations to the 2016-2017 University Library Fellows

The University Library granted fellowships to six scholars to further their research using the holdings of Special Collections and University Archives at the Richard J. Daley Library and the Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago in the inaugural year of its grant program. In spring 2016, three Short-Term Travel Fellowships were awarded to individuals from Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. In addition, three University of Illinois at Chicago Graduate Student Fellowships were awarded to UIC scholars. The Short-Term Travel Fellowship gives individual researchers, teachers and writers of any nationality who live outside of the Chicago metropolitan area the opportunity to travel to UIC to conduct research. The UIC Graduate Student Fellowship is open to students who are enrolled in a graduate degree program in any discipline at UIC.

Short-Term Travel Fellows

Kera Lovell
Dissertator in American Studies, Purdue University
Radical Manifest Destiny: Mapping Power in Urban Space in the Age of Protest

Joseph Malherek
American Studies, Recent Postdoctoral Fellow at the Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine
From Bauhaus to Maxwell House: Emigres and the Making of American Consmer Culture, 1933-1976

Suzanne Schwartz
Professor of History, University of Worcester
Economic and Social Transition in West Africa: The Role of the Sierra Leone Company, c. 1791-1810

UIC Graduate Fellows

Marissa Baker
Art History
The Nation Within: Chicago’s Black Arts Movement and the Figuration of Black Liberation

Louis Mercer
History
History of Police in Chicago Public Schools 1930s to 1980s

Heather Wilpone-Welborn
History
Taxing Victory: America’s Fiscal Revolution During the Civil War 1861-1872

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