Stephanie Hohlios receives inaugural CJS-JSPS Fellowship

May 7, 2019

The CJS-JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) Fellowship Award provides opportunities for both pre- and postdoctoral students from the University of California, Berkeley to conduct cooperative research with leading research groups in Japanese universities and other research institutions under the guidance of a host sponsor. The fellowship is for a term of 1-12 months, and is open to all fields of the humanities, social sciences, engineering, and the natural sciences. 

Stephanie Hohlios, a graduate student in the History of Art Department, has been awarded this fellowship to conduct research on her topic  "Activism, Spectacle, and Cultural Memory: A Portrait of Kyūshū Through Arts-Based Community Engagement."

Congratulations, Stephanie!