Agnes Lugo-Ortiz has won the Nineteenth Century Section of the Association of Latin American Studies' 2022 Best Article Award for “After Redemption and Abandonment: José Antonio Aponte’s Libro de pinturas in the Field of Visual Portraiture,” Colonial Latin American Review, 30.2, 305-340.
Congratulations to Gerdine Ulysse for winning the African and Caribbean Student Association's Faculty Award! The award recognizes "African/Caribbean faculty at UChicago who have advanced lifestyles for Caribbean or African students."
Isabela Fraga, an RLL PhD candidate in the Hispanic & Luso-Brazilian Studies program, has been awarded a two-year Mellon Fellowship of Scholars in the Humanities at Stanford University starting in 2022-23. She has also accepted a position as tenure-track Assistant Professor of Spanish in the Department of Romance Studies at Tufts University starting in 2024. Congratulations, Isabela!
Miguel Martínez has been awarded a 2022-23 Newberry Library Long-Term Fellowship for his project on colonial Manila and the global renaissance. These fellowships support individual scholarly research and promote intellectual exchange through active participation in the Newberry’s scholarly activities. Congratulations, Miguel!