FOUR GRADUATE STUDENT TRAVEL GRANTS AWARDED!
We would like to announce the four winners of the travel grants for graduate student members of the American Society for Aesthetics to attend the “Questioning Aesthetics Symposium: Black Aesthetics.”
The four grants of $500, made possible by an ASA Major Projects Initiative Grant, have been awarded to:
James Cobb, English and Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Miguel Gualdrón, Philosophy, DePaul University
Darla Migan, Philosophy, Vanderbilt University
Anahit Poturyan, Aesthetics and Politics, California Institute of the Arts
Congratulations to James, Miguel, Darla, and Ahahit!
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
We invite applications for travel grants for graduate student members of the American Society for Aesthetics to attend the symposium.
We are inviting graduate student members of the American Society for Aesthetics to apply for travel grants of $350. Student membership in the ASA is $35.00, which can be submitted as you apply, if you are not already an ASA member. A total of 3-5 grants will be awarded.
Applicants should submit a statement of interest (500-750 words) and a short CV (1-2 letters of recommendation not required, but will be considered). In your statement, please speak to previous work you have done on black aesthetics in the broad sense signaled above, and indicate how this subject informs your studies.
Notification of awards expected by January 25, 2017.