Fulbright awards go to two African Studies students

African Studies graduate students Christina Cappy and James Krueger are two of six UW-Madison students to receive a 2013 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) awards.

Christina Cappy, a former Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellow of Zulu, is in Educational Policy Studies and Anthropology and will conduct research on South African Youth Experiences of Social Cohesion through Schooling. James Krueger, who studied Swahili with a FLAS fellowship, is in Environmental Studies and is poised his research project, Drug Crops and Natural Resources under Pluralistic Regulation: A Comparative Study of Khat Farming in Ethiopia and Kenya.

Six UW-Madison students receive Fulbright awards for doctoral research