Doctoral Student Travel Award


The AAIS is pleased to announce a call for applications for travel awards for
doctoral students who will present their research at the AAIS conference in
Sorrento, June 6-9, 2024.

The AAIS will award up to six travel grants of $500.00 each. 

Please send the following to Ellen Nerenberg (enerenberg [at] wesleyan [dot] edu)
and Nicoletta Marini Maio (marinin [at] dickinson [dot] edu) with the subject line AAIS 2023 Grad Student Travel Award, by midnight April 1, 2024:

• A 250-word abstract of the proposed paper.
• A brief biographical blurb.
• A letter of acceptance of the papers from the panel/roundtable organizer. 
• A brief letter of support from the primary dissertation advisor or another
appropriate faculty member.

 Full consideration will be given to applications that arrive by the deadline.

 Assegnisti are also eligible for this award.


Past Recipients of the Graduate Student Travel Award

2023:

Six Graduate Student Travel Awards were granted for the conference in Fort Worth, Texas

Marco Calogero
Frances Clemente
Lourdes Contreras
Gerardo Pisacane
Cipolla Soraya

 

2022:

Six Graduate Student Travel Awards were granted for the conference in Bologna

Giuseppe Fidotta, Concordia University
Mohammed Jamali, University of Toronto 
Valerio Rossi, UT-Austin
Luna Sarti,  University of Pennsylvania 
Judith Tauber, Cornell University 
Sally Tucker, UC Berkeley 


2019:

Six Graduate Student Travel Awards were granted for the conference in Winston-Salem:

Lauren De Camilla, The Ohio State University
Ashley Lindeman, Florida State
Dario Marcucci, CUNY Graduate Center
Eleanor Payntor, The Ohio State University
Victoria White, UC Davis
Emiliano Zappalà, University of Warwick


2018:

Seven Graduate Student Travel Awards were granted for the conference in Sorrento:

Felicity Brunner, Universität Zürich
Jim Carter, University of Michigan
Leyla Livraghi, University of Pisa
Dan Paul, The Ohio State University
Paolo Saporito, McGill University
Angeline Young, Arizona State University
Victor Xavier Zarour Zarzar, The Graduate Center, CUNY 


2017:


Six Graduate Student Travel Awards were granted for the conference in Columbus:

Brian DeGrazia, New York University
Barbara Martelli, University of Auckland
Dalila Missero, Università di Bologna
Luca Peretti, Yale University
Kevin Regan-Maglione, University of Oregon
Louise Zamparutti, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

2015:


Lucia Gemmani, Indiana University, Bloomington
Anna Wainwright, New York University
Juliano Saccomani, University of Georgia
Merry Low, Florida State University
Daniela d’Eugenio, CUNY, Graduate Center
Sasha Goldman, Boston University