MAA News – Good News From Our Members

In these difficult times, we are particularly pleased to be able to share some good news:

Olga Bush (Vassar College) has been awarded a membership at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton for the Fall 2020 for her current book in progress under the working title Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Visual Culture of al-Andalus and the Medieval Mediterranean in Light of the Environmental Turn.

Michael Johnston (Purdue University) has been awarded the National Humanities Center’s Kent R. Mullikin Fellowship to support his project, “The Reading Nation in the Age of Chaucer: English Books, 1350-1500.”

Jennifer Speed (Univ. of Dayton) and two colleagues have been awarded a Humanities Connections Implementation Grant from the NEH in support of their project, “Paul Laurence Dunbar: Life, Works, and Legacy.”

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