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Travel Grant Winner!

We are delighted to announce that Faye Lu has won the Draper travel grant for the September 1  – October 31 drawing period. This $200 award will help defray the cost of traveling to the Film and History conference in Madison, Wisconsin where she will present her paper “Creating ‘the World’ in Exile: Women Without Men by Shirin Neshat”.

Congratulations, Faye!

Our next drawing will be on Monday, January 5th. If you will be travelling for an upcoming conference, consider applying! You can submit your application any time between now and December 31st, 2014.

The application and more information can be found here.

 

Travel Grant Winner!

We are delighted to announce that Maria Arettines has won the Draper travel grant for the May 1 – June 30 drawing period. This $200 award will help defray the cost of traveling to the National Women’s Studies Association conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico where she will present her paper “Dismantling Borders, Reconstructing Peace: Feminist Reunification Politics in Cyprus”.

Congratulations, Maria!

Our next drawing will be on November 3rd. If you will be travelling for an upcoming conference, consider applying! You can submit your application any time between now and October 31st, 2014.

The application and more information can be found here: http://draper.fas.nyu.edu/docs/IO/1460/TravelGrantApplication6-13.pdf.

Draper Travel Grant Winner for Nov-Dec period

We are delighted to announce that Anna Jungeun Lee has won Draper’s Travel Grant for the November – December 2013 drawing period. This $200 award will help defray the costs of travelling to the ISA World Congress of Sociology Conference “Facing an Unequal World: Challenges for Global Sociology,” in Yokohama, Japan, where Anna will present her paper “The NFA Resistance to the KORUS FTA.”

Congratulations, Anna!

Our next drawing will be on February 28. Anyone presenting at an upcoming conference is eligible! The application and more information are here.

Travel Grant Results!

Good afternoon Draperites,
I hope everyone is having a lovely summer. We have selected the final Travel Grant recipient for the 2012-2013 school year:
Aaron Plasek
Conference: Digital Humanities Summer Institute 2013
Paper Presented: “Exploring the Void of Theory Between Authorial Attribution Techniques and Literary Style”Congratulations to Aaron!

If you are unfamiliar with the Travel Grants, read on: 

The Draper Program, throughout the academic year, awards five $200 grants to Draper students who are selected to present papers at academic conferences. The awards are meant to defray the cost of travel, so that students are able to present outside of the New York City metro area. Winners are randomly selected from the applicants for each period. The periods are:
September 1 – October 31
November 1 – December 31
January 1 – February 28
March 1 – April 30
May 1 – June 30
Students who will be presenting at a conference within or after each drawing period are welcome to apply. (Example: if a conference falls on November 15, a student may apply to the drawings for both Sept 1 – Oct 31 and Nov 1 – Dec 31.)
See the form or email us at draper.program@nyu.edu if you’d like more info on the process.

Chris Iverson on the "Acceptance in German Literary and Visual Culture" Conference at the University of Washington

 A guest post by Draperite Chris Iverson, 
recipient of one of Draper’s recent travel grants
Over May 11th and 12th, 2012, I attended The University of Washington’s Graduate Student Conference 2012, Acceptance in German Literary and Visual Culture, in Seattle, Washington and presented my paper, “Rubble Films on the German and International Screens.” The experience was amazing, as it was my first time presenting at a conference, and the panels covered a broad range of time periods and genres of German and international cultural products. The range of the conference proved impressive, with the notion of “acceptance” arising in many different forms, from the acceptance of a single writer or thinker into the German canon to the notion of the perception of Germany itself from without.