Current Franke Fellows 2018/2019

February 21, 2019

The 2018/2019 cohort of Franke Fellows includes five undergraduates and five graduate students.  They are as follows:

Undergraduate Fellows

Marie Freudenburg - Worship, Medicine, and the Ancient World: Investigating Healing Narratives at the Temple of Asclepius

Raeven Grant - Zika and the Media: A Comparative Analysis of Zika’s Portrayal in Brazilian and American News Over Time

Hannah Hauptman - Archival Research on the South Cuba Sponge Fishery (1890-1930) for History Senior Essay

Zachary Smithline - Phenomenologies: Visual and Moral Imagining at Thirteenth-Century Bamberg Cathedral

Franklin Eccher - “Not in My Backyard”: The Human Dimensions to Native Cutthroat Trout Reintroduction in the Mountain West

Oriana Tang - Body, Time, and Techno-Orientalism in the Works of Kazuo Ishiguro and Nam June Paik

Graduate Fellows

Mary Petrone - Motivating Behavior Change among Community Health Workers using Performance Dashboards in Kampala, Uganda

Tyler Lutz - Science in Fiction: Modern Physics Mirror and Muse

Davis Butner - Sounding Sacred: An Interfaith Comparison of the Evolution of Religious Architectural Acoustics and Sacred Musical Practices

Ambre Dromgoole - “I’ll Keep On Living After I Die”: Black Women Songwriters, Gospel Music, and the Historical Record

Zeyu Wang/Benjamin Olsen - The In-situ Occupiable Drawing:

An Augmented Reality and Architectural Representation of Heritage Sites