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Lee Awarded Rockefeller Graduate Prize Fellowship by University Center for Human Values

Third-year Ph.D. student Dana Lee has been awarded the Laurance S. Rockefeller Graduate Prize Fellowship by the University Center for Human Values. “The Laurance S. Rockefeller Graduate Prize Fellowship program is intended to recognize and support post-generals Princeton University graduate students with distinguished academic records in any discipline whose dissertation research centrally involves the critical study of human values. In addition to providing tangible support, a main purpose is to enable people working on topics in human values to engage with each other both informally and in the faculty-led fellows’ seminar, where they present their work in progress.” The working title of Lee’s dissertation is “At the Limits of Law: Necessity in Islamic Legal History.”