NINES is thrilled to announce the winners of the NINES Graduate Fellowship for the academic year of 2012-2013. From software development to outreach, it promises to be an exciting year!
Elizabeth Fox is a doctoral candidate in the UVa English Department. She will work as coordinator for NINES’ collaborative work on the Shelley-Godwin Archive, a project hosted at the University of Maryland.
Emma Schlosser is a second year master’s student in the UVa English Department. Her interests include eighteenth and nineteenth-century British poetry, literary reception, and European history.
Sarah Storti is a doctoral candidate in English, specializing in 19th-century British literature, textual studies, and book history. She held a NINES fellowship from 2010-2011 and a UVa Scholars’ Lab Praxis Program fellowship from 2011-2012. (Follow her on Twitter at @sarahannestorti.)