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Emily Capper of the University of Chicago has been awarded a Dedalus Foundation Dissertation Fellowship for 2013 – 2014. The award carries a stipend of $20,000.

Ms. Capper’s dissertation, Allan Kaprow’s Formalism: Composing Pedagogy and Mixed Media in the Postwar American University, examines the early work of Allan Kaprow, an artist well known for inventing “the happening” in the late 1950s.