Last April, we announced the news that Fordham PhD student Pedro Cameselle had won a Fulbright grant to fund his doctoral research in Uruguay. Over the course of his research, Pedro has agreed to send us a series of postcards illustrating his experiences. This month, he writes to us about the building he can see from the Fulbright office in Montevideo: the Palacio Salvo.
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Summer is also an exciting season for History graduate students. Work on research projects, travel to archives, presenting their papers at conferences: these are just some of the activities that were undertaken by Fordham’s industrious graduate students this past summer. Included below are some postcards detailing their activities. Continue reading