The following MAA members have recently been awarded Fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities:
Nicola Camerlenghi (Dartmouth College), The Virtual Basilica of St. Paul in Rome (Preparation for a virtual reality experience of the Basilica of St. Paul’s Outside the Walls in Rome as it appeared in seven historical periods).
Anne D. Hedeman (University of Kansas, Lawrence), Gothic Manuscripts, 1320-1390 (Research and preparation of a co-authored book on medieval illuminated manuscripts from France during the 14th century).
Misty Schieberle (University of Kansas, Lawrence), Patriarchy, Politics, and Christine de Pizan’s Influence on English Literature, 1400-1478 (Research and writing leading to a book on the reception of French author Christine de Pizan’s writing in late medieval English Literature).
Kathryn Smith (New York University), Scripture Transformed in Later Fourteenth-Century England: The Religious, Artistic, and Social Worlds of the Welles-Ros Bible (Research and preparation of a book on the Welles-Ros Bible, an Anglo-Norman illuminated manuscript from the 1360s in England).
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