Materials study of wood and other materials at the Helsinki University of Technology. At the time a graduate student at the University of Virginia, Wilson also designed and built a chair while in Helsinki.
Project on female Finnish political leaders. At the time, Yamaguchi was a graduate student at Columbia University.
Studies on indigenous rights and treaty issues, leading to a Master’s degree in anthropology at Columbia University. Steele then became Second Secretary in New Zealand’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations.
Studies on traditional New Zealand woven cloaks at New York University, culminating in a Master’s degree in Museum Studies focusing on cultural heritage. After earning her MA, White returned to New Zealand to work as an Exhibition Developer at the Auckland Museum.
Project on Norway’s efforts to enlist NGOs in public and cultural diplomacy
Project on local community and politics in medieval Scandinavia, part of the Transformation Project at the University of Oslo’s Centre for Viking and Medieval Studies. Bidwell graduated from Smith College in 2003.
For the translation of Monique Truong’s The Book of Salt (Houghton-Mifflin 2003).
Research on Giuliano da Sangallo and the ruins of Rome, conducted in the Italian Architectural Drawings and Photographic Collection at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts. The time required for this project was facilitated for Professor Brothers, of the University of Virginia, by a residence at Dumbarton Oaks in Washington.
Project on the Australian experience of constitutionalism and its US links, conducted at Melbourne University’s School of Law. Jones is a Columbia University and Harvard Law School graduate.
Project: to create 40 landscape-inspired diptychs inspired by the desolate landscapes of the island of Møn. While in Denmark, painter Guldbeck exhibited her work in a group show with some of Denmark’s contemporary artists; in 2007-08, the show traveled to her home campus of Bowling Green State University.