Jackman Humanities Institute Fellowship for Classics Student

Nicholas Arrigo has won an Undergraduate fellowship in the Jackman Humanities Institute!

Jackman Humanities Institute Undergraduate Fellowships, 2011-2012

We are pleased to announce the appointment of six undergraduate fellows for 2011-2012 who will be researching projects relevant to the theme of Location/Dislocation during their senior year at the University of Toronto.

  • Nicholas Arrigo (UTSG Classics/French)
    “Exilium Ovidianum: Factual and Fictional Dislocation in Ovid’s Tristia, Epistulae Ex Ponto and Heroides”
    Supervisor: Mary Nyquist (UTSG English/Women and Gender Studies)
  • Laura Boles (UTSG English/Religion/Spanish and Portuguese)
    “Religion and Diaspora in Post-9/11 Literature”
    Supervisor: Mark Kingwell (UTSG Philosophy)
  • Kate Bruce-Lockhart (UTSG History/English)
    “Furthering the Cause of Freedom: Slave Agency and Abolition in Nineteenth-Century Brazil”
    Supervisor: Jeannine DeLombard (UTM English and Drama)
  • Wendy Byrnes (UTM English and Drama/UTM Historical Studies)
    “Trampers, Sorcerers and Kidnappers: Locating ‘Gypsies’ in Nineteenth Century British Fiction”
    Supervisor: Jeannine DeLombard (UTM English and Drama)
  • Christopher Hiebert (UTSG Religion)
    “Sacred City: The Making of Sacred Spaces in Toronto’s Tibetan Community”
    Supervisor: Mark Kingwell (UTSG Philosophy)
  • Clara Rozee (UTSG English)
    “Relocating Shakespeare: Postcolonial Adaptations and Women’s Rewritings of Shakespeare’s Plays”
    Supervisor: Mary Nyquist (UTSG English/Women and Gender Studies)