Drimmer and Mueller Selected as National Humanities Center Fellows

Sonja Drimmer
Sonja Drimmer
Melissa Mueller
Melissa Mueller

Sonja Drimmer, assistant professor of history of art and architecture, and Melissa Mueller, associate professor of classics, have been selected as 2019-20 National Humanities Center Fellows.

The fellowships allow scholars to work on an individual research projects and provides opportunity to share ideas in seminars, lectures and conferences at the Center.

Drimmer received the Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Fellowship to support her research project, “Art and Political Visuality in Late Medieval England.”

Mueller received the ACLS Burkhardt Fellowship to support her research project, “Sappho and Homer: A Reparative Reading.”

These grants enable scholars to take leave from their normal academic duties and pursue research at the Center.