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Franke Graduate Fellows Announced for 2022-2023

April 28, 2022

The Kaplan Institute is delighted to announce the Franke Graduate Fellows for 2022-2023!

Franke Graduate Fellows pursue their independent research projects within the vibrant interdisciplinary collective of the Kaplan Institute. Fellows are able to devote two full quarters, full time, to shaping/writing their dissertation and they also develop an undergraduate course which they teach in their home department during spring quarter.

Meet the 2022-2023 Franke Graduate Fellows:

craig-kyle-168x210.jpgKyle Craig
(Anthropology; Program in Middle East and North African Studies)
Project: This City is So Empty: Street Art, Youth, and Urban Futures in Amman, Jordan



hough-jessica-168x210.jpgJessica Hough
(Art History; Mellon Cluster Fellow in Gender and Sexuality Studies)
Project: Coding the Collective: Art, Activism, and Technology in the United States, 1970–1999



menefee-heather-168x210.jpgHeather Menefee
(History; Mellon Cluster Fellow in Native American and Indigenous Studies)
Project: That We May Live Upon the Earth Again: Debt, Dispossession, and Dakota History, 1829–1889


oportus-preller-mauricio-168x210.jpgMauricio Oportus Preller
(Comparative Literary Studies—Home Department: Spanish and Portuguese)
Project: Juridical Fictions: Literary Representations of the Law in Latin American Modern Fiction (1882–1929)



Read more about the Franke Graduate Fellows' research projects here: