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Interdisciplinary Opportunities: 2017-2018 Students

For the year 2017-2018, Brown is continuing the interdisciplinary opportunities to support advanced graduate students. These opportunities provide an enhanced context for advanced doctoral students, allowing them to participate actively in the activities of interdisciplinary Centers and Institutes at Brown. Rising sixth- and fifth-year students in the Humanities and Social Sciences were invited to apply for these opportunities. Read more.

The appointments are as follows:

The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Elizabeth Gray, Comparative Literature

The Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America
Tina Park, Sociology

The Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice
Ricarda Hammer, Sociology

The Haffenreffer Museum
Mikhail Skoptsov, Modern Culture and Media

The Institute at Brown for Environment and Society
Michiel van Veldhuizen, Classics

The John Carter Brown Library
Jessica Nelson, Anthropology

The John Hay Library and Renaissance and Early Modern Studies
Zoe Langer, Italian Studies

The John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities
Elizabeth Wolfson, American Studies

The Joukowsky Institute for Archeology and the Ancient World
Jessica Tomkins, Egyptology and Assyriology

The Pembroke Center
Lydia Kelow-Bennett, Africana Studies

The Population Studies and Training Center
Girija Borker, Economics
Patrick Mayne, Sociology

The University Library
Jennifer Thum, Archaeology and the Ancient World

The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
Mario Francesco Carillo, Economics
Greg Casey, Economics
Rebecca Martin, Political Science

The Writing Center
Kimberly Lewis, Writing Center