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Congratulations to Elisabeth Harris, Laurie Langbauer, and Mandy Fowler, who were recently awarded Wilson Fellowships for 2022-2023! 

The Wilson Special Collections Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers these competitive awards annually to graduate students and faculty internally and from outside of the institution.

Elisabeth Harris, a DOECL Ph.D. candidate, was awarded a Southern Studies Pre-Dissertation Prospectus Fellowship for the prospectus titled: “Affordances of the Asylum.”

Laurie Langbauer, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, won the Rare Book Collection’s Marjorie Bond Research Fellowship for the project titled: “The Spectacle of Early Promise in Britain, 1768-1880.” 

Mandy Fowler, a DOECL Ph.D. Candidate, won the Rare Book Collection’s McLendon-Thomas Award for the project titled: “The Healing Art: Early Modern Practices of Giving and Receiving Care.”

Read more about Wilson Fellowships here.


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