Professor Kapp awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

April 17, 2024

188 writers, scholars, artists and scientists have been selected to receive a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship through a rigorous peer-review process from nearly 3,000 applicants. Of those chosen, two are Illinois faculty, including Alison Bell with evolution, ecology and behavior, and Architecture professor Paul Hardin Kapp.

Kapp will use his Guggenheim Fellowship for his latest book project: “Popular Iconoclasm in the Public Square” will examine how iconoclasm, as both acts of protest and works of civic artistic engagement, can alter the ways that we perceive, appreciate and engage with our most historic and monumental public spaces.

Read the full story in the Illinois News Bureau: Two Illinois professors awarded Guggenheim Fellowships.

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