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Congratulations to Julia Ng, who has been awarded the prestigious Charles Bernheimer Prize for the best dissertation of 2013, conferred by the American Comparative Literature Association. Julia received her PhD in Comparative Literary Studies this year with a dissertation written under the supervision of Peter Fenves, David Van Zanten, and Samuel Weber entitled "Conditions of Impossibility: Failures and Fictions of Perpetual Peace." Julia is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard, where she is conducting research on her new project,"Body, Force, Right: Towards a Literary Theory of Posthumous Life." If you will be attending the ACLA Conference this year, please stop by the banquet to see Julia receive her award.
Congratulations to CLS Graduate Student Sarah Mann-O'Donnell, who was recognized at The Graduate School's inaugural Awards and Recognition Dinner, celebrating honorees who have made notable contributions to graduate life at Northwestern University. Sarah was presented the student award for Diversity.