Humanities stipends announced
Spectrum Volume 17 Issue 08 - October 13, 1994
Several proposals funded by the Humanities Summer Stipend Program for summer 1995 are as follows:
Jane Andrews Aiken of the art and art history department, "The Spectator, Perspective, and the Roving Eye in 14th and 15th Century Italian Painting."
Elizabeth C. Fine, humanities and communication studies, "The Historical Development of African American Step Shows."
Terry L. Papillon, humanities and foreign languages, "Isocrates and the Greek Poetic Tradition."
Michael Saffle, humanities and music, "American Music Criticism, 1865-1914."
Leonard M. Scigaj, English, "Editing Sylvia Plath's Letters to Women."
Peter L. Schmitthenner, humanities and history, "Canals and Cultures: Colonial Irrigation Expansion and Culture Change in South India."
The proposals of Fine, Papillon, and Saffle also were nominated for the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipends.