3 edition of Graduate lecturing fellowships, 1999-2000 found in the catalog.
Graduate lecturing fellowships, 1999-2000
National Gallery of Art (U.S.)
1998 by National Gallery of Art, Office of Academic Programs, Education Division in Washington, DC .
Written in English
|Statement||National Gallery of Art, Washington.|
|Contributions||National Gallery of Art (U.S.). Education Division.|
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Fulbright Lecturing Fellowship to Mexico, IREX U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences/ACLS Exchange, IREX Graduate Student and Young Professors' Exchange to Poland and Bulgaria, Grant for of Victims, $, () U.S. State Department (former USIA) Grant for Trafficking in Human Beings Research in Russia. Nominated by the United States Information Agency for a Fulbright Lecturing Award--U.S.S.R. Summer, University of Vermont Institutional Grant Fall, Cornell University Scholar Swarthmore College, Joshua Lippincott Fellowship for graduate study.
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The words featured in the quilt came from a compilation of 10 years' worth of article titles from the journal "Cultural Anthropology," as well as from several conversations with anthropologists in the process of writing their dissertations. The Lecturer Teaching Fellows Program at Berkeley provides Lecturers with an exceptional opportunity to work individually, or in teams, to build teaching and learning tools, templates, and resources for both their individual courses and the entire campus community.
Kelly Alexander is a writer and an anthropologist based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. For many years, she was an editor at Saveur magazine, where she won a James Beard Journalism award for her magazine writing.
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Christopher Sims is the Undergraduate Educator Director at the Center for Documentary Studies and a Lecturing Fellow in Documentary Arts. He has worked as a photo archivist at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.
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