Comparative Literature

Comp Lit PhD Student, Sneha Chowdhury, Awarded Cogut Fellowship

The Cogut Collaborative Humanities Fellowship supports graduate students at any stage of their pursuit of the Doctoral Certificate in Collaborative Humanities.

Sneha ChowdhuryFourth year PhD student Sneha Chowdhury has been awarded a Collaborative Humanities Fellowship for AY 2024-2025 by Cogut Institute for the Humanities. This award relieves her of all teaching duties for the next academic year and provides funding to support her research. Sneha is also a Presidential fellow and will take her final year of this fellowship in AY 2025-2026. She plans to spend her fellowship years doing research on modernist poetry in Germany and India, and writing her dissertation.

The fellowship program advances forms of inquiry through teaching models and student practices that experiment with group presentations, collaborative online discussions, co-authored seminar papers, and other forms of intellectual partnership.