Ph.D. student Brian Sneeden’s first book, a collection of poems titled Last City, has been selected for the Carnegie-Mellon Poetry Series, and will be published by Carnegie-Mellon University Press in the fall of 2017. Founded in 1972, the Carnegie-Mellon Poetry Series has published collections by several of the most distinguished figures in contemporary poetry, including Pulitzer Prize winners Franz Wright, Ted Kooser, Rita Dove, and Stephen Dunn.
Ph.D. candidate Miller Oberman’s first book, a collection of poems and translations called The Unstill Ones, has been chosen by Susan Stewart for the Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets, and will be published by Princeton University Press in 2017. Starting in 1975, the Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets quickly distinguished itself as one of the most important publishing projects of its kind, bringing out landmark books by figures such as Robert Pinsky, Ann Lauterbach, and Jorie Graham.
Joseph Darda (PhD ’15), has received a one-year Mellon Sawyer Seminar Fellowship for 2016/17 at the University of CA, Irvine. Congratulations Joe!
Congratulations to George Moore whose been awarded a 2016/17 Graduate Dissertation Fellowship in the UConn Humanities Institute for his project, “The Return of Dagon: Failed Iconoclasm in Early Modern English Literature.” Dissertation committee: Gregory C. Semenza (Advisor), Clare King’oo and Jeffrey Shoulson.
Congratulations to Patti Taylor (PhD ’13), who has accepted a tenure-track assistant professorship at Briar Cliff University, Sioux City, Iowa.
Abbye Meyer (PhD ’14) has taken a position as Program Officer at the Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities. Congratulations Abbye!
Congratulations to Christina Wilson!
Recipient of a 2015-16 Fulbright Award,
Archival Research at the new Abby Theatre Digital Archives,
James Hardiman Library,
National University of Ireland, Galway
Jeremy DeAngelo (2013) has accepted a postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Cultural Analysis at Rutgers University.