Germanic languages and literatures professor receives Humboldt Foundation research prize

Illinois professor Mara Wade has been awarded an international research prize given to scholars whose work has shaped academic and cultural relations between Germany and their own countries. Wade is using the prize to continue research in Germany on her work on how emblems have been used as forms of communication. Photo by L. Brian Stauffer


JODI HECKEL

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Germanic languages and literatures professor receives Humboldt Foundation research prize
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Germanic languages and literatures professor receives Humboldt Foundation research prize
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Mara Wade, a University of Illinois professor of Germanic languages and literatures, has received the Reimar Luest Prize for International Research Cultural Exchange, a competitive prize given to scholars whose research has shaped academic and cultural relations between Germany and their own countries.