Dietrich Neumann Receives Berlin Prize

June 11, 2013

Dietrich Neumann, professor of the history of art and architecture, has been named a recipient of the Berlin Prize by the prestigious American Academy in Berlin, Germany. Neumann is among 26 scholars, writers, journalists, artists, policy experts, and one composer to be named to the Academy’s 16th class. The Berlin Prize affords fellows the time and resources to pursue independent study and engage with their German counterparts and with Berlin’s vibrant academic, cultural, and political life. The Berlin Prize includes a monthly stipend, partial board, and residence at the Academy’s lakeside Hans Arnhold Center. Most fellowships last for one academic semester and are privately funded.