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Elisha Renne

Elisha Renne awarded Guggenheim Fellowship for African studies

PSC Honors Archive, 2012

04/13/2012

Elisha Renne has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for 2012. She is one of 181 mid-career scholars, artists, and scientists currently supported by Guggenheim for both their prior achievement and their exceptional promise. Renne's current work looks at the material expression -- particularly, in veils and turbans -- of religious reform in Nigeria.

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Elisha Renne

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