Miller Wolf Oberman, ’17 (Ph.D.) Named NY-Based Art Fellow

Miller Wolf Oberman, ’17 (Ph.D.), has been named a 2023 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship in Poetry. Per their announcement, “The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship makes unrestricted cash grants of $8,000 to New York State-based artists working in 15 disciplines, recognizing five disciplines per year on a triennial basis. This program is administered by New York Foundation for […]

Grad Landings: Samadrita Kuiti ’23 to Community Solutions

Samadrita Kuiti, ’23 (Ph.D.) has accepted a job in communications within a non-profit organization based in CT called Community Solutions Inc. The organization rehabilitates incarcerated individuals and at-risk youth, offering them opportunities for educational and professional development, and facilitating their eventual reintegration in society. Responsibilities for this position will include assisting with social media, writing […]

Alumni Co-Edits issue of Genre

Justin Sider, ’05 (CLAS), an alumni of the English Department and the Creative Writing Program, has co-edited an issue of Genre titled  Thirty Years after John Guillory’s Cultural Capital. This issue was published by Duke University Press and is available on their website. Congratulations, Justin!