Newsletter: May 2019 – World-Renowned Awards

William Balée in lower Amazon basin

Professor of Anthropology William Balée Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship to Study Amazon Rainforests

Liberal Arts professor William Balée will document the historical ecology of the lower Amazon basin with support from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.

ACLS American Council of Learned Societies

Art History Professor Adrian Anagnost Awarded ACLS Fellowship

Art history professor Adrian Anagnost will conduct research for her second book on architecture in Brazil and Italy with support from an ACLS fellowship.

Courtney Bryan, Tulane University

Music Professor Courtney Bryan Wins Esteemed Rome Prize

Music professor, pianist, and composer Courtney Bryan will begin a year-long fellowship at the American Academy in Rome in fall 2019, developing three new projects.

Tulane University School of Liberal Arts
Tulane School of Liberal Arts

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