In 2011, the following faculty-graduate student teams were named ARC Fellows:
Rebecca Gaydos, a third-year PhD student in the English department, studies modernist and contemporary American poetry. She is interested in how non-sub-
Christopher Patrick Miller is a second-year graduate student in the English department. His research is based primarily in the poetry and poetics of the 19th and 20th centuries and draws upon various philosophic and critical traditions to understand the relationship between artistic practice, experience, history, and materiality. Lyn Hejinian is a poet, essayist, and translator. Her best known published books include My Life, Saga/Circus, and a collection of essays titled The Language of Inquiry (University of California Press). From 1982 to 1998 she was co-editor (with Barrett Watten) of Poetics Journal. Hejinian is a Chancellor of the American Academy of Poets and a Professor in the English Department at UC Berkeley.
Chris E. Vargas is an MFA candidate in UC Berkeley's Art Practice department. With collaborator Greg Youmans he creates the video sitcom series Falling In Love... with Chris and Greg, and with Eric Stanley he is the co-director of the movie Homotopia (2006), as well as its forthcoming feature-length sequel Criminal Queers (2010). Professor Anne Walsh is a visual artist whose conceptually-driven works most often take the form of video, works on paper, sound installations
Marisha Farnsworth explores the intersection between art and architecture. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts from The Cooper Union and is currently
Kris Fallon is a PhD Student in the Department of Film and Media as well as a Designated Emphasis student at the Berkeley Center for New Media. His dissertation analyzes the convergence of political documentary film and interactive digital media in the post-9/11 era. Ken Goldberg is an artist and professor in the College of Engineering and the School of Information.
Robert Glass is pursuing a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the College of Environmental Design, where he is a graduate student instructor for
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