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Pitt’s Humanities Center named 8 graduate student fellows

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Pitt’s Humanities Center named eight doctoral candidates as 2023-24 graduate student fellows.

Fellows receive a $10,000 stipend to conduct a summer research project, then share their work with the center’s community during the fall and spring semesters. Fellows are enrolled in a humanities or humanities-adjacent doctoral program at the University, and represent a diversity of experiences, identities and disciplines.

Here is this year’s class of graduate fellows:

  • Yasmine Anderson, rhetoric and composition
  • Marcelo José Cabarcas Ortega, Hispanic languages and literatures
  • Sritama Chatterjee, literature
  • YuHao Chen, ethnomusicology
  • Victoria LeFave, theatre arts
  • Miranda Bartira Tagliari Sousa, musicology
  • Alexander Tough, Hispanic languages and literatures
  • Briana Wipf, English