The David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University has announced the recipients of this year’s Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick Travel Grants. Annual travel grants to support research using the Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick Papers at the Sallie Bingham Center are funded by the Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick Foundation and administered through Duke University’s Rubinstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library. We congratulate this year’s grant recipients and look forward to their work.
The 2023-2024 grant recipients and project titles are:
Matilde Manara, Postdoctoral Fellow, Collège de France, “Proustmania! Reading, writing, sewing Proust today.”
Christina Olivares, Ph.D. candidate, Department of English Education, Teachers College at Columbia University, “Reparative Gestures/Queering Education: Eve Kosofsky Sedwick’s pedagogical practices and James Sears’ research in adolescent education.”
Evan Pavka, Faculty, Department of Art & Art History, Wayne State University, “Reconstructing ‘Queer Space.’”