Student Recognition

Nathaly Martinez ‘24 (American Studies Major and Computer Science Minor) won the 2024 Patrick J. Durkin ’79 Public Service Leadership Award.

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Congratulations to Prof. Ellery Foutch

The American Studies Program congratulates Prof. Ellery Foutch on her new article that was published in Panorama - the Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art. The article is called “Iconoclasm on Paper: Resistance in the Pages of Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Henry Bibb, an American Slave, 1849.” The work links to her Spring 2015 course at Middlebury: The American Civil War in Art and Visual Culture, Present.

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Nathaly Martinez ‘24, will intern in inaugural Immigration Advocacy Internship

Nathaly Martinez ‘24, American Studies major, will participate in the inaugural Immigration Advocacy Internship Cohort program. She will be interning at Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center

This funded internship program was designed by recent alumni Olivia O’Brien ’21.5 and Alex Burns ’21.5 and will be funded this summer through Provost’s Council funding. She will join five other Summer 2022 interns who will be doing work related to immigration in the U.S.