Read about recent achievements of GSAS master’s and doctoral students:
- Carina del Valle Schorske, PhD candidate in English and Comparative and Literature, penned an essay reflecting on translation for The New York Times Magazine.
- Roni Henig, PhD candidate in MESAAS, was awarded the American Comparative Literature Association’s 2017 A. Owen Alridge Prize for her essay “Stammering Hebrew - Y.H. Brenner's Deferred Beginnings.”
- Brad Bailey, MA student in Oral History, was named one of three Student Academy Award winners for Best Documentary. His winning film, Hale, explores the life and work of disability rights pioneer Hale Zukas.
- Ethan Coffel, PhD student in Earth and Environmental Sciences, spoke on Inside Higher Ed's Academic Minute podcast about how climate change may affect aviation’s future.
- An article by Renate Evers, MA candidate in Jewish Studies, was accepted to the Leo Baeck Institute Year Book, the preeminent journal on Central European Jewish history and culture. An advance version of the article, titled “Der vollkommene Pferdekenner, 1764 – Jewish horse traders in the Margraviate of Brandenburg-Ansbach and their language at the threshold of modernity,” is available here.
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