Andrew Hill

Doctoral Student
342 New Cabell Hall

Office hours:
Wednesday and Thursday 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Biography

I am a second-year doctoral student, preparing for my preliminary exams and the dissertation colloquium in spring 2018.

Education

MA, Language, Literature, Translation (French), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2013; BA, English, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006.

Research Interests

History of emotions; hagiography; devotional practices in medieval Christianity; manuscript and material culture; digital humanities.

Honors/Awards

Rare Book School-University of Virginia Fellowship, Summer 2017

Battestin Fellowship, Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, Summer 2017.

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Doctoral Recruitment Fellowship, University of Virginia GSAS, 2016-2021.

Graduate Student Research Travel Grant, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, January 2013.

Renaissance Studies Consortium Grant, Newberry Library, Spring 2012 and Spring 2013.

Chancellor’s Graduate Student Award, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2011-2012.

Publications and Other Scholarly Activity

“Mapping Sainthood: the Vie de Saint Gilles, Presenter, 2017 Medieval Colloquium in Sewanee, University of the South.

“Literate Acts of Remembrance: the Orality of Troubadour Culture,” Presenter, 2013 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference, Newberry Library.

French Film Festival Committee, 2016-2017.

Selected English translations published in Toad Suck Review from Louis-Ferdinand Céline’s Lettres de prison à Lucette Destouches & à Maître Mikkelsen (1945-1947) and Act One from Jean Genet’s Le Bagne, 2012.