RECOGNITION OF CONTRIBUTORS TO THE ACLA ENDOWMENTS
The ACLA wishes gratefully to acknowledge the generous contributions made this year to our two endowments, the Charles Bernheimer and the ACLA endowments. These funds, which honor the year’s outstanding dissertation and fund graduate student travel to the annual meeting of the ACLA, assure and enhance the future of the field of Comparative Literature through our graduate students. The ACLA would like especially to thank the family of Haskell Block for generously initiating, in memory of the contributions of Professor Block to our discipline, a third endowment, which will be devoted to supporting graduate student travel from abroad in order to attend the annual meeting and to participate fully in the scholarly life of the association.
Benefactors of the ACLA this year included: Mildred Barish, Rufus and Jane Blanshard, Howard Bloch, Arthur Collins, Jonathan Culler, Phyllis Citow, David Damrosch, Marlies Danziger, Caroline Eckhardt, William B. Ewald, Jr., Gail Finney, Margaret Higonnet, Kathleen Komar, Efrain Kristal, Françoise Lionnet, William Moebius, Beverly Olsberg, Michael Palencia-Roth, Marion Boyle Petrillo, Yopie Prins, Elizabeth Richmond-Garza, Donald and Carol Root, Seth Rubenstein, William and Suzanne Samuels, Haun Saussy, Katie Trumpener, and Lois Zamora.
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