Alsdorf, Leving and Mendelberg receive 2023 Guggenheim Fellowships

By Jamie Saxon

Three Princeton faculty members have received 2023 Guggenheim Fellowships.

Bridget Alsdorf, professor of art and archaeology, was awarded the Guggenheim in the field of fine arts research. Her research specializes in European art of the 19th and early 20th centuries, especially art’s intersections with literature, philosophy and social theory.

Yuri Leving, professor of Slavic languages and literatures, was awarded the Guggenheim in the field of intellectual and cultural history. His research specializes in contemporary Russian literature and film, Eastern European cinema, the visual arts, and digital humanities.

Tali Mendelberg, the John Work Garrett Professor in Politics, director of the Program on Inequality at the Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice and co-director of the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics, was awarded the Guggenheim in the field of political science. Her areas of specialization are political communication, gender, race, class, public opinion, political psychology and experimental methods.