Graduate students awarded Newcombe Fellowships
Posted May 31, 2000; 04:37 p.m.
Four Princeton University graduate students have received Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships, awarded to 35 students nationwide studying topics relating to ethical or religious values. More than 400 graduate students applied for the fellowships, which are administered by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.
The Princeton students and their proposed dissertation titles are: Amanda Dickins, "Economic Interdependence and International Distributive Justice;" Katarzyna B. Hagemajer, "Philobarbarism: A Study in Greek Interchanges with the Non-Greeks in the Fourth Century B.C.;" Gregory B. Lyon, "The Art of History in Reformation Germany" and Megan H. Reid, "Exemplary Excess: Devotional Piety in Medieval Islam, 1200-1500 C.E.."
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