Monday, October 21, 2013

Belt Wins American Studies Award

Rabia Belt, a doctoral candidate in the University of Michigan’s Department of American Culture and a Research Academic Fellow at the Georgetown University Law Center has won the American Studies Association’s Gene Wise-Warren Susman Prize, for “the best paper to be presented by a graduate student at the annual meeting” of the ASA.  Her paper is entitled “What Does Citizenship Mean for People with Mental Disabilities?”