Summer 2024 C.V. Starr Fund for A/P/A Research Awardees

Congratulations to the Summer 2024 C.V. Starr Fund for A/P/A Research Awardees!

May Jeong (Visiting Scholar, A/P/A Institute at NYU) will investigate the legacy of the Korean War told through the women who worked in camptowns near US military bases. 

Lucas Manuel-Schiebe’s (BFA student, NYU Tisch School of the Arts ‘24) Kealoha Disappears is a short film project that incorporates oral history, documentary, and narrative filmmaking. Set in Kohala, Hawaiʻi, the project employs a community-based filmmaking approach through cultural exchange and collaboration with the local community.

Napat (Oak) Saengthongsrikamol (MFA student, NYU GSAS ‘25) will attend the Clarion Workshop at University of California, San Diego, where he plans to continue working on his novel Niranchadok, a postmodern-techno-Buddhist fairy tale.

Allen Zhu (BA student, NYU CSAS ‘25) will research how diasporic Chinese communities in the US influenced the development of Sun Yat-sen’s famous motto “tianxia weigong / all under heaven is equal” and his political ideology.

Learn more about the C.V. Starr Fund for A/P/A Research.