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Luisa Nardini, Director MBE 3.602, Mailcode E3100, Austin, TX 78712 • 512-232-2069

Medieval Graduate Grant

Spring 2013

Posted: March 26, 2013

The Medieval Studies Program grants for Spring 2013 have been awarded to the following students:

Sarah Celentano to present a paper titled "Crusading Ethic as a Divine Inheritance: Philip IV and the Sculptural Program of Saint-Louis at Poissy" at the Vagantes Conference, University of Wisconsin-Madison, March 2013;

Raul Ariza-Barile to present a paper titled “Filling Vernacular Gaps: A Case for the Anglo-Norman Haveloc” at the Vagantes Conference, University of Wisconsin-Madison, March 2013;

Courtney Barajas to present a paper titled “‘Cripples, Bastards, and Other Broken Things’: A Song of Ice and Fire and the ‘New’ Neomedievalism” at the conference “The Middle Ages in the Modern World” at the St. Andrew’s University, Fife, Scotland and to do research in London in July 3013;

Libby Nutting to conduct research in Spain on the topic of her dissertation "Andalusian Identity in the Mediterranean: Morisco Families and Survival from Spain to Morocco, 1492-1700" in the Summer of 2013;

Christina I. McCoy to do archival research in Spain in May 2013 on the topic of her dissertation “Holding Identity Captive: Transacting Race, Gender and Religion in Miguel de Cervantes and Antonio de Sosa.” 

Congratulations to All!

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