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2016 Book Recognition for Fellows

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In the final part of the 2015 list of Woodrow Wilson Fellows’ accomplishments, we feature Fellows whose books have received significant notice.

Renata Adler WF ’59 made the Art of the Essay shortlist for the PEN Literary awards with her new work After the Tall Timber: Collected Nonfiction

Benjamin Paloff MN ’01 made the PEN Literary awards translation longlist for his translation of The Game for Real by Richard Weiner.

Leo Damrosch WF ’64 is on the shortlist for a National Book Critics Circle Award for his new work, Eternity’s Sunrise: The Imaginative World of William Blake.

Garth Greenwell MN ’03 made the National Book Award fiction longlist for his debut novel What Belongs to You.

Karen Rosenbaum WF ’62 has received the Association of Mormon Letters’ Best Short Story Collection Award for her book Mothers, Daughters, Sisters, Wives.

Sonja Luehrmann CN ’07 won the 2016 Waldo Gifford Leland Award for her book Religion in Secular Archives: Soviet Atheism and Historical Knowledge. The award is given by the Society of American Archivists for writing of superior excellence and usefulness in the fields of archival history, theory, and practice.

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