XE student Heesoo Jung has launched CONTEMPLATIVE, a magazine philosophizing daily issues and interdisciplinary topics.
-Jun. 28, 2022
Congratulations to this year's winners of XE's Hirschhorn Master's Project Award:
Sharai Dottin, Blackgirltopia: An Exploration of the Queer, Black Feminist and Afrofuturistic Possibilities of Musical Theater to Enact Liberation
Katrina Martinez, Disastrous Empire: Puerto Rican Laborers on Hawaiian Plantations
-Jun. 9, 2022
XE Faculty Lori Cole received the New York University Research Catalyst Prize for her book project The Magazine as Museum: Displaying and Circulating Art in the Americas.
-Jun. 7, 2022
Congratulations to our alumni starting PhD programs in 2022, including:
Michael Castellano, University of California, Los Angeles, History
Ashley Jackson, University of Chicago, Anthropology
Maeve Kozlark, New York University, Music
Luc Marraffa, University of Amsterdam, School of Cultural Analysis
Katrina Martinez, University of Connecticut, History
Cella Masso-Rivetti, Columbia University, Religious Studies
Em Panetta, York University, Science & Technology Studies
Genevieve Pfeiffer, University of Oregon, English Ecocriticism
Guillermo Sardi, CUNY, Political Science
Colin Stragar-Rice, Cornell University, English
Sarah Jane Weill, Sarah Lawrence College, Creative Writing
Lupita Orozco, Columbia University Law
-Jun. 6, 2022
XE Faculty Lori Cole received a Global Research Initiative Visiting Faculty Fellowship at NYU in Paris for Summer 2022.
-May 27, 2022
Congratulations to XE student Allegra Rosenberg, who has also received an NYU Center for the Humanities Digital Humanities Graduate Student Summer Fellowship!
-May 18, 2022
XE student Sylvia Juliana Riveros Torres' photo project, Toñita's: One of the oldest Latinx Club bridges generations together, was recently published in the NYU Journalism Institute's Pavement Pieces. Toñita's is also exhibited at 20 Cooper Square, 6th Floor, NYU.
-May 17, 2022
XE student Gabriela D'Addario has been awarded a GSAS Summer Urban Public Humanities fellowship. For two months this summer Gabriela will be working with the Black Gotham Experience as their Archivist and Research Coordinator. Congratulations, Gabriela!
-May 9, 2022
XE alum Leslie Wooden, currently a doctoral student of Art History, has been selected to receive a 2022 National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Fellowship to study the language Twi in Ghana through the African Languages Flagship Initiative. Congratulations, Leslie!
-Apr. 25, 2022
Congratulations to XE student Helen Stec, who received an NYU Center for the Humanities Digital Humanities Graduate Student Summer Fellowship! This competitive fellowship is designed to allow students to develop unique digital humanities projects over the summer term.
-Apr. 22, 2022