John Perry

Persian Translation Prize, 2004

Jointly awarded, with Rachel Lehr, for their translation of The Sands of Oxus: Boyhood Reminiscences of Sadriddin Aini (Costa Mesa: Mazda Books, 1998).

Rachel Lehr

Persian Translation Prize, 2004

Jointly awarded, with John Perry, for their translation of The Sands of Oxus: Boyhood Reminiscences of Sadriddin Aini (Costa Mesa: Mazda Books, 1998).

Geoffrey Brock

MLA-Roth Award, 2004

For his translations of Cesare Pavese. Disaffections: Complete Poems 1930‐1950 (Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon, 2002) collects all of Pavese’s poems from 1930 until his death in 1950. Poet Rosanna Warren noted that these are “poems that have the density, the grit, the obdurate presentness hewn from silence for which Pavese fought so hard in Italian.”

Christophe Claro

Prix Coindreau, 2004

For his fine translations into French of Mark Danielewski’s The House of Leaves and John Barth’s The Sotweed Factor.

Nicole Ives

Danish Project Support, 2004

Project on the integration of Bosnian refugees into Danish society. At the time, Ives was a PhD candidate at the University of Pennsylvania.

Neil Christian Pages

Danish Project Support, 2004

Project on memorialization in contemporary culture, focusing on a study of Copenhagen’s Isted Lion. At the time, Pages was in the German Department at SUNY Binghamton.

Jennifer von Rees

Finnish Project Support, 2004

Project on Finnish women in mathematics

Juniper Hill

Finnish Project Support, 2004

Project on the cross‐temporal and cross‐cultural fusions in Finnish folk music

Erin Dougherty

Norwegian Project Support, 2004

Project on the history and development of Sami political rights. Dougherty, of Willamette College, had already worked with the Inuit population in Sitka, Alaska. She conducted this Norwegian project based at the University of Tromsø, then planned to go to law school.

Daniela Lamberini

Millon Award, 2004

Research on the sixteenth‐century military architect Giovan Battista Belluzzi, who worked for the de Medici in Florence and on the island of Elba, conducted at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts. While in Washington Lamberini, of the University of Florence, also consulted a unique 17th-century manuscript held by the US Library of Congress and worked with the US Army archives on the postwar restoration of stolen art treasures to Italy.