Congratulations to CRRES Graduate Student Affiliate Daniel Runnels on winning the College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Research Fellowship! This fellowship is intended to help advanced graduate students in the College make significant progress on their dissertations. Runnels is a doctoral candidate in Hispanic Literatures and Cultures, with a research focus on anarchist thought leaders in the Southern Cone, the Andes, and Greater Mexico in the early 20th century. Runnels is also a recipient of the Heidrich Research Fellowship from the University of Michigan and Department of Spanish and Portuguese Associate Instructor Teaching Award. He has published in peer reviewed journals, such as “El fracaso como praxis política en Manuel González Prada y Rafael Barrett” in Revista Vorágine (Santiago, Chile).