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2013-2014 Awarded Fellowships



Long-Term Awards


R. STANTON AVERY DISTINGUISHED FELLOW
Theresa Kelley, Professor, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Romantic Futures

DIBNER DISTINGUISHED FELLOW IN THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Valerie Traub, Professor, University of Michigan
Mapping Embodiment in the Early Modern West: Anatomy, Cartography, and the Prehistory of Normality

FLETCHER JONES FOUNDATION DISTINGUISHED FELLOW
James Simpson, Professor, Harvard University
Taking Liberties: How and Why “Liberties” became Liberty in Early English Modernity

LOS ANGELES TIMES DISTINGUISHED FELLOW
Frederick E. Hoxie, Professor, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Pacific Cosmopolitans: Indigenous Leaders in an Imperial Age

ROBERT C. RITCHIE DISTINGUISHED FELLOW
Alison Games, Professor, Georgetown University
Beyond Butterbox and Tailman: Anglo-Dutch Relations in the 17th-Century World

ROGERS DISTINGUISHED FELLOW IN 19th-CENTURY AMERICAN HISTORY
Joan Waugh, Professor, University of California, Los Angeles
We are Union Men: Harvard Officers in the Civil War

DIBNER RESEARCH FELLOWS IN THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Eric Ash, Associate Professor, Wayne State University   
Draining the Fens: Projectors, Popular Politics, and the English State
 
Sarah Grossman, Acquisitions Assistant, Cornell University Press
Capital Mediators: Mining Engineers in the Southwest and Mexico, 1860–1914

DANA AND DAVID DORNSIFE FELLOW
Matthew Babcock, Assistant Professor, University of North Texas, Dallas
Relocation and Resilience: Apache Adaptation to Hispanic Rule in the Southwest Borderlands

FLETCHER JONES FOUNDATION FELLOW
Paul Hammer, Professor, University of Colorado, Boulder
Politics and Treason in Renaissance England: Reinterpreting the Essex Rising

MELLON FELLOW
Julie Orlemanski, Assistant Professor, University of Chicago
Symptomatic Subjects: Bodies, Signs, and Narratives in Late Medieval England
   
NEH FELLOWS
Rob Harper, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
Politics Ungoverned: Violence and State Formation on a Revolutionary Frontier

Joanna Picciotto, Associate Professor, University of California, Berkeley
“Union without End”: The Physico-Theological Vision


Isaac Stephens, Assistant Professor, Saginaw Valley State University
“The Whole English Church Drinks a Bitter Cup”: Popular Politics, Parliament, and the Public Sphere in Civil War London

BARBARA THOM POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS
Niklas Frykman, Assistant Professor, Claremont McKenna College
The Marine Republic: Maritime Radicalism and the Revolutionary Atlantic, 1789–1805

Rupali Mishra, Assistant Professor, Auburn University
A Business of State: The East India Company and Early Stuart Politics

ACLS/BURKHARDT FELLOWS
Elizabeth DeLoughrey, Associate Professor, University of California, Los Angeles
Cultures of Climate Change: Global Island Literature and the Environment

Lyle Massey, Associate Professor, University of California, Irvine
Woman Inside Out: Gender, Dissection, and Representation in Early Modern Europe

FELLOWS IN THE CALTECH-HUNTINGTON PROGRAM FOR THE STUDY OF MATERIALITIES, TEXTS, AND IMAGES
Stefanie Sobelle, Assistant Professor, Gettysburg College
The Architectural Novel: Literary Construction Sites in American Fiction

Alexander Wragge-Morley, Lecturer, Somerville College, University of Oxford
Medical Knowledge and Connoisseurship in England, 1700–1750

EUROPEAN COMMISSION RESEARCH EXECUTIVE AGENCY MARIE CURIE FELLOW
Sandra Rebok, Research Associate, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
Alexander von Humboldt and the Globalization of Science: Networks of Knowledge between Germany and the United States in the 19th Century

 

ELEANOR SEARLE VISITING PROFESSOR IN THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AT CALTECH AND THE HUNTINGTON
Peter Westwick, Assistant Professor, University of Southern California
A History of the National Academy of Sciences, 1863-2013



Short-Term Awards


Rafaela Acevedo-Field, Assistant Professor, Whitworth University

Portuguese and Spanish Crypto-Jewish Families before the Inquisition in 17th-Century Mexico

One month

Maria Jose Afanador-Llach, Doctoral candidate, University of Texas, Austin
The Geographical Imagination of Imperial Dissolution: Discourses of Political Economy and Knowledge about Nature in New Granada, 1780–1830
One month

David Alworth, Assistant Professor, Harvard University
Site Reading: Postwar Fiction, Visual Art, and Social Form
One month

Zara Anishanslin, Assistant Professor, College of Staten Island

Rebelling Subjects, Revealing Objects: The Material and Visual Culture of Making and Remembering the American Revolution

One month

Seth Archer, Doctoral candidate, University of California, Riverside

Sharks upon the Land: Epidemics and Culture in Hawai’i, 1778–1865

Two months


Ian Beckett, Professor, University of Kent
An Edition of the Buckinghamshire Papers of Richard, 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, 1846–89
One month

Michael Bernath, Associate Professor, University of Miami
In a Land of Strangers: Northern Teachers in the Old South and the Emergence of American Sectional Identity, 1790–1865
One month

Alexander Bevilacqua, Doctoral candidate, Princeton University

Islamic Culture in the European Enlightenment

One month


R. Scott Bevill, Doctoral candidate, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
The Lost Books of Antiquity: Antiquarianism as Identity in Pre-Modern England

One month


Andrew Biswell, Principal Lecturer, Manchester Metropolitan University

In Search of Early Isherwood and Auden

Two months


Kevin Bourque, Mellon Fellow, Southwestern University

Seriality, Singularity, and Celebrity: Pictures in Motion from 1680 to 1810

Five months


Charles Bradford Bow, IASH Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Edinburgh
The Ethics of War in the Age of Revolution: Enlightenment and Violence in the Thought of Thomas Jefferson and Samuel Stanhope Smith, 1775–1815
Three months

Cali Buckley, Doctoral candidate, Penn State University
Paper and Ivory: Female Anatomical Models and the Control of Knowledge from the 16th to 18th Centuries
One month

Michael Calabrese, Professor, California State University, Los Angeles

Editing HM 143 for the Piers Plowman Electronic Archive

Three months


William Campbell, Assistant Professor, California State University, Chico

Quill and Conquest: Reconsidering “the Treaty” in Early North America

One month


Ernesto Capello, Associate Professor, Macalester College

Inventing Equatorial Pyramids: Commemorative French Geodesy in Ecuador, 18th-21st Centuries

One month

Margaret Carlyle, Doctoral candidate, McGill University

Cultures of Anatomy in Enlightenment France (ca. 1700–1795)

Two months

Richard Carwardine, President, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford
Abraham Lincoln’s Sense of Humor

One month


Cindy I-Fen Cheng, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Rebuilding California’s Skid Row Neighborhoods: Southeast Asian and Central American Refugees and the Growth of the Homeless Population

Two months

Ruma Chopra, Associate Professor, San Jose State University

Enemies of Britain in the Atlantic, 1750–1800

One month


Alexis Cohen, Doctoral candidate, Princeton University
The Neoclassical Line in Use: The Outline Drawing in British and French Architectural and Decorative Arts Publications, 1762–1817
One month

Jon Coleman, Professor, University of Notre Dame
By Force I Go Free: Movement in Preindustrial America

One month


Viccy Coltman, Senior Lecturer, University of Edinburgh

Protean Scots: Fashioning Identity for a Global Nation, 1745–1832

Two months


Megan Cook, Postdoctoral Fellow, Bowdoin College

Chaucerian Exceptionalism: The Medieval Author and the Rise of Literary History, 1532–1635

One month

Erin Corrales-Diaz, Doctoral candidate, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Remembering the Veteran: Trauma, Disability, and the American Civil War, 1861–1915

One month

Oliver Cox, Doctoral candidate, University College, University of Oxford
Horse Racing in the British Atlantic World during the Long 18th Century

Two months


Katelyn Crawford, Doctoral candidate, University of Virginia

Transient Painters, Traveling Canvases: Portraiture and Mobility in the British Atlantic, 1750–1780

Two months

Nicholas Crawford, Doctoral candidate, Harvard University

Feeding Slavery: Scarcity, Subsistence, and the Political Economy of the British Caribbean, 1783–1833

Two months

Ivano Dal Prete, Associate Research Scholar, The Italian Academy, Columbia University
“Being the World Eternal”: The Age of the Earth in Early Modern Europe

Two months


Gregory Dart, Senior Lecturer, University College London

Edition of the Complete Works of Charles and Mary Lamb

Three months

Huw Davies, Lecturer, King’s College London
The Rise of British Military Power, 1750–1850

Two months


Jessica Davies, Director of Education and Special Projects, SOMA

Repugnant Nature: The Art of Biological Mimicry in the Victorian Age of Empire

Three months


Paul Davis, Doctoral candidate, Princeton University
Historical Culture in the British Atlantic, ca. 1730–76
Two months

Eoin Devlin, Affiliated Lecturer, Selwyn College, University of Cambridge

Anglo-European Sociability and Cultural Exchange: Diplomatic Encounters, 1660–1720

One month

D. H. Dilbeck, Doctoral candidate, University of Virginia
War in Earnest: Just War Theory and Union Military Policy in the American Civil War

One month


Thomas Dodman, Assistant Professor, Boston College

Nostalgia: The History of a Deadly Emotion

One month


Gregory Downs, Associate Professor, City College and Graduate Center, City University of New York
The Ends of the War: Fighting the Civil War after Appomattox

One month


Sonja Drimmer, Lecturer, Columbia University
Standard Deviations: The Politics of Literary Illumination in Late Medieval England

One month


Justin DuRivage, Doctoral candidate, Yale University
Taxing Empire: Political Economy and the Origins of the American Revolution

Two months


Richard Dutton, Humanities Distinguished Professor, Ohio State University

Revision of the Revels Plays Edition of Ben Jonson’s The Alchemist

One month


John Fagg, Lecturer, University of Birmingham
Re-envisioning the Everyday: American Genre Scenes, 1900–1940

One month

 
Katherine Fama, Doctoral candidate, Washington University in St. Louis

Novel Women at Novels’ Ends: The Architecture of Singleness in American Fiction, 1880–1929

Two months

Michael Farrell, Professor, University at Buffalo

Collaborative Circles in the Pre-Raphaelite Network

One month


Kendra Field, Assistant Professor, University of California, Riverside

Growing Up with the Country: A Family History of Race and American Expansion

One month


Erin Forbes, Assistant Professor, University of Wyoming

Social Life after Civil Death: Spiritualism and African American Writers, 1850–1910

Two months


Jessica Fowler, Doctoral candidate, University of California, Davis                                    
The Productive Inquisition: Formulating Knowledge and Heresy in the Spanish Empire
Two months

Karrie Fuller, Doctoral candidate, University of Notre Dame

Reading Beyond the Borders: Visions of Christendom and the Shared Reception of Piers Plowman and The Book of Sir John Mandeville

One month

Michael Gamer, Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania

Staged Conflicts: A History of English Theater, 1642–1843

Three months


Michael Genovese, Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky

Sociable Profit: Feeling and Finance in 18th-Century Literature

Two months


Brett Goodin, Doctoral candidate, Australian National University

Victims of American Independence: A Collective Biography of Barbary Captives and American Nation Building, 1770–1840

One month

Arielle Gorin, Doctoral candidate, Yale University
Borders Crossed, Bridges Burned, Balances Shifted: The Mid-19th Century Pacific Northwest and the World
Two months

Cassandra Gorman, Doctoral candidate, University of Cambridge

Women, Poetics, and Philosophy, 1650–1760

Two months


Melinda Gough, Associate Professor, McMaster University

Revels Plays Edition of Unknown, Swetnam the Woman-Hater Arraigned by Women (ca. 1620)

One month

Aaron Graham, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Jesus College, University of Oxford
The Imperial State: War, Finance, and Revolution in the Atlantic World, 1754–83

Two months


Samuel Gras, Doctoral candidate, University of Lille 3
Two Manuscripts in The Huntington Library for One Workshop: Jean Fouquet and His Disciples
One month

Jane Grogan, Lecturer, University College Dublin
A Critical Edition of the First English Translation of Xenophon’s Cyropaedia
Two months

Eunsun Han, Doctoral candidate, Brown University
Felling Jericho: Reconstruction and the Struggle for Equality in Multiracial California, 1848–1906
One month

Steven Harris-Scott, Doctoral candidate, George Mason University

Beyond the Transition Debate: Indentured Servitude, African Slavery, and Other Bound Labor in Virginia’s Northern Neck, 1650–1750

One month

Joe Hawkins, Head of Landscape, Hagley Hall
The Restoration of Hagley Park

One month


John Hay, Doctoral candidate, Columbia University
The Postapocalyptic American Frontier

One month


Ariane Helou, Doctoral candidate, University of California, Santa Cruz

Figures of Voice in Early Modern Europe

One month


Roze Hentschell, Associate Professor, Colorado State University
The Cultural Geography of St. Paul’s Precinct in Early Modern London

One month


Ruth Herndon, Associate Professor, Bowling Green State University

Children of Misfortune: Growing Up Poor in Early New England

One month

Mukaram Hhana, Doctoral candidate, University of Pennsylvania

Commandeering Empires: Tripoli, Tunis in the Age of Revolutions, 1789–1835

Two months


Greg Hise, Professor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Property Rights and Civil Rights: Loren Miller’s Quest for Open Housing

Three months


Sylvia Houghteling, Doctoral candidate, Yale University
The Chameleon-like History of Indian Chintz in Britain and Europe, 1630–1730

Two months


Katherine Hunt, Doctoral candidate, Birkbeck, University of London

"Clean cards here”: The Visual and Material Culture of Chance in Early Modern British Literature

Two months

Christopher Hunter, Assistant Professor, California Institute of Technology
A New and More Perfect Edition: Reading, Editing, and Publishing Autobiography in America, 1787–1850
One month

Laura Igoe, Doctoral candidate, Temple University
The Opulent City and the Sylvan State: Art and Environmental Embodiment in Early National Philadelphia
One month

Lise Jaillant, Doctoral candidate, University of British Columbia
Too Dusty for a Lady? Women and Fine Editions in America, 1890–1940
One month

Amy Johnson, Doctoral candidate, Brown University
Brokering Cultures, Brokering Race: Charley Ah Him, Chinatown, and the Construction of Los Angeles
One month

Erin Kelly, Assistant Professor, University of Victoria

Religious Conversion in 16th-Century English Drama

One month


Emily Kinney, Doctoral candidate, University of Texas, Austin
“If the right kind of people were to settle in this country”: U.S. American Migrant Settlements in Mexico
Two months

András Kiséry, Assistant Professor, City College of New York

Hamlet’s Moment: English Renaissance Drama and the Socialization of Political Competence

Two months

Shana Klein, Doctoral candidate, University of New Mexico
The Fruits of Empire: Contextualizing Food in American Still-Life Representation, 1865–1900
Two months

Nanami Kobayashi, Doctoral candidate, Doshisha University
The Tithe Controversy in Milton’s England

One month


Berthold Kress, Academic Assistant, The Warburg Institute

Illustrating the New Testament in 16th-Century Germany

Two months


Allison Lange, Doctoral candidate, Brandeis University
Pictures of Change: Transformative Images of Gender and Politics in the Woman Suffrage Movement, 1776–1920
One month

Jacob Lee, Doctoral candidate, University of California, Davis

Imaginary Empires: Kinship, Rivers, and Power in the Illinois Country, 1550–1840

One month

Robert Lee, Doctoral candidate, University of California, Berkeley

Louisiana Purchases: The U.S.-Indian Treaty System in the Missouri River Valley

One month


Marc Lerner, Associate Professor, University of Mississippi

The International William Tell: A Republican Symbol in the Age of Revolution

Two months


Brian Lynch, Independent scholar
Vincenzo Valdre (1740–1814), Artist and Architect in Residence at Stowe House, Buckinghamshire
One month

J. Vanessa Lyon, Assistant Professor, Grinnell College

Reynolds after Rubens: Femininity and Flemish Painting in 18th-Century British Art                                                                 

Two months

Noam Maggor, Postdoctoral Scholar, Vanderbilt University

Brahmin Capitalism: Gentlemanly Bankers, Urban Populists, and the Origins of the Modern American Economy

One month

Jean-Christophe Mayer, Research Professor, French National Centre for Scientific Research
Reading Shakespeare’s Readers: A Cultural History of Reading Shakespeare from the 16th to the 18th Century
Two months

Carla Mazzio, Associate Professor, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Counting on England: Numbers, Nations, and the Drama of Mathematics in the Age of Shakespeare

Five months

Thomas McGeary, Independent scholar
Opera and Cultural Politics in Britain, 1700–1742
One month

Mary Mendoza, Doctoral candidate, University of California, Davis
If We Build It, They Won't Come: The Physical Manifestation of the U.S.-Mexico Border
One month

Lauren Miller, Doctoral candidate, Indiana University
Refugee-Nation: The Origins of Practicing English Toleration, ca. 1680–1732
One month

Christopher Minty, Doctoral candidate, University of Stirling

“Dose this constitute me an Enemy to my Cuntry?” Loyalism in Revolutionary New York, ca. 1763–83

Two months

Matthew Mitchell, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Goods, Guineas, and Slaves: The Trading World of the Royal African Company

One month


Lindsay O'Neill, Lecturer, University of Southern California

“Barbarous Country”: The Global Reformation of Sir John Perceval, 1683–1748

Two months


Stephanie O'Rourke, Doctoral candidate, Columbia University

Bodies of Knowledge: Fuseli, Girodet, and Spectatorship at the Turn of the 19th Century

One month

Kendrick Oliver, Reader in American History, University of Southampton

America’s “Big Bang”: A Social and Cultural History of the Birth of the Universe

One month


Liza Oliver, Doctoral candidate, Northwestern University

Mercantile Aesthetics: Art, Science, and Diplomacy in French India (1664–1757)

One month


Susan Oliver, Senior Lecturer, University of Essex
Arbiters of Opinion: Transatlantic Periodical Culture 1790–1860

Two months


Victoria Osborne, Curator, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

Pre-Raphaelite Twilight: The Art of Edward Robert Hughes (1851–1914)

One month


Myrna Perez, Doctoral candidate, Harvard University
Stephen Jay Gould and His Publics: Evolutionary Expertise, Public Intellectualism, and American Creationism, 1974–2002
One month

Marina Peterson, Associate Professor, Ohio University

Littoral Los Angeles: Coastal Infrastructures, 1897 to the Present

Two months


Paul Pickering, Professor, Australian National University

Biography from Below: The Prison Life of Richard Carlile

One month


Fiona Price, Reader in English Literature, University of Chichester

Reinventing Liberty: Jane Porter, Nation, and the 18th-Century Historical Novel

One month

Elizabeth Pryor, Independent scholar
Democracy and its Demons: Six Striking Encounters with Abraham Lincoln

Two months


Mark Rankin, Assistant Professor, James Madison University

William Tyndale’s Practice of Prelates (1530) and the Nature of Reading in Renaissance England

Two months

Lucy Razzall, Doctoral candidate, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
Printed Repositories in Early Modern England

Two months


Benjamin Reed, Doctoral candidate, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Oratorian Devotion in Mexico City, 1659–1821: A Political Culture of Religious Identity

Three months

Alyssa Reichardt, Doctoral candidate, Yale University
A New War: French, British, and Iroquois Imperial Communication Networks and the Contest for the Ohio Valley, 1737–1768
One month

Peter Remien, Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Wyoming
The Oeconomy of Nature
One month

Daniel Robert, Doctoral candidate, University of California, Berkeley
The Political Economy of Electric Power in California, 1879–1929

Two months


Gregory Rosenthal, Doctoral candidate, Stony Brook University

Work, Body, and Environment in the Hawaiian Diaspora, 1786–1876

One month

Marjorie Rubright, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
A World of Words: Language, Globalization, and the English Renaissance

Four months


Jennifer Schnepf, Doctoral candidate, Brown University

Humming Queerly to Oneself: The Intimacy of Communicating Otherwise in Christopher Isherwood’s A Single Man

One month
 
Sarah Seekatz, Doctoral candidate, University of California, Riverside
Blind Date: The Cultivation of an Arabian Fantasy in the Deserts of Southern California
One month

Samantha Seeley, Doctoral candidate, New York University

Freedom, Race, and Forced Migration in the Early American Republic

Two months


Caitlin Silberman, Doctoral candidate, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“I believe we shall be crows”: Thinking with Birds in British Art and Visual Culture, 1840–1900

Three months

Tom Sitton, Curator Emeritus, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Los Angeles County and Its Government, 1950–2010

Two months


Stacey Smith, Assistant Professor, Oregon State University
An Empire for Freedom: Transcontinental Abolitionism and the Black Civil Rights Struggle in the Pacific West
One month

Adam Smyth, Senior Lecturer, Birkbeck, University of London

Cutting Books in Early Modern England

One month


Alexandra Socarides, Assistant Professor, University of Missouri
The Lyric Pose: Antebellum American Women’s Poetry and the Problem of Recovery

One month


Michele Speitz, Assistant Professor, Furman University
To “build castles in the air” and “A bending line suspended”: Robert Southey, Poet Laureate, and Thomas Telford, the Father of Civil Engineering
Two months

Justina Spencer, Doctoral candidate, Linacre College, University of Oxford

Peeping In, Peering Out: Monocularity and Early Modern Vision

Two months


Roger Swearingen, Independent scholar
Robert Louis Stevenson’s The South Seas: A Complete Edition from the Manuscripts

One month


Sara Taglialagamba, Post Doctoral, École Pratique des Hautes Études

Hydraulic Devices and Fountains by Leonardo da Vinci

One month


Adam Thomas, Doctoral candidate, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
The Spectral Imagination: American Art between Science and Superstition in the Late Nineteenth Century
One month

David Torres-Rouff, Assistant Professor, University of California, Merced

Chinese Voices: Self-representation and Immigrant Identity in Los Angeles’ Courts, 1860–1895

One month

John Tresch, Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania

Edgar Allan Poe’s Experiments

Two months


Elly Truitt, Assistant Professor, Bryn Mawr College

Medieval Robots: Automata, 800–1450

One month


Michael Ursell, Instructor, University of California, Santa Cruz
The Muses’ Anvil: Inspiration, Bookmaking, and the Renaissance Lyric
One month

Arianne Urus, Doctoral candidate, New York University

Troubled Water: International Order and Conceptions of Nature in the North Atlantic Fisheries, 1670–1815

Three months

Jessica Walker, Doctoral candidate, Johns Hopkins University
The Daughter of Time: Contemporary Representations of Mary Tudor as Female Regnant and Sacred Monarch in England, Ireland, and Spain
One month

Katherine Walker, Sessional Instructor, St. Jerome’s University
The Reading Public of Early Modern England and the Languages of Pain, 1600–1740
One month

Marsha Weisiger, Associate Professor, University of Oregon
The River Runs Wild

Two months


Olivia Weisser, Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Ill Composed: Patients, Gender, and Belief in Early Modern England

Two months


Heather Welland, Assistant Professor, Wake Forest University

Interest Politics and the Shaping of the British Empire, 1688–1840

One month

Jennifer Wells, Doctoral candidate, Brown University
Prelude to Empire: State-Building in Cromwellian Ireland and Scotland, 1649–1660

Three months


Elizabeth Williamson, Associate, Centre for Editing Lives and Letters, University College London
The Afterlives of Letters: Thomas Egerton, Francis Thynne, and the Creation of History
One month

Heather Wolfe, Curator of Manuscripts, Folger Shakespeare Library

Rethinking the Price, Quality, and Social Significance of Writing Paper in Early Modern England

Two months

Justin Wolfe, Associate Professor, Tulane University
On Equal Grounds: Race and Empire in the Age of Manifest Destiny, 1848–1858
One month

Zohra Wolters, Doctoral candidate, Claremont Graduate University

Almanacs, Medicine, and Print Controls

One month


Erika Wright, Instructor, University of Southern California
Taking Advice: Professionalism, Confidentiality, and the Victorian Novel

Two months


Matthew Wyman-McCarthy, Doctoral candidate, McGill University
The Emergence of Abolition: Rethinking the British Empire, ca. 1776–1800

One month


Leanne Zalewski, Assistant Professor, Randolph College
The Postbellum Painting Craze: Art in New York 1867–1893
One month

 

ARTS & HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL–HUNTINGTON FELLOWS


Natalie Cox, Doctoral candidate, University of Warwick
Traveling through Text with Burton: A Study in Geographical Practice from the Works of the Hakluyt Society Held in the Burton Library
Three months
 
Matthew Harle, Doctoral candidate, Birkbeck, University of London
Narratives of Abandonment: Tracing the Ghost Town in the Huntington Library
Three months
 
Joan Redmond, Doctoral candidate, University of Cambridge
Exploring 17th-Century Irish Social and Religious Conflict and Change through the Hastings and Ellesmere Irish Papers
Four months
 
Matthew Salway, Doctoral candidate, University of Leeds
The Phenomenology of Rapture in 19th-Century U.S. Revivalism
Four months
 
Imogen Sutton, Doctoral candidate, University of Cambridge
Colonial Governance and Provincial Culture in the Early Spanish Colonial Epic
Three months
 
Primrose Young, Doctoral candidate, University of Birmingham
A Comparative Investigation of Thomas Mann’s Der Zauberberg (1924) and T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land (1922)
Two months 

 

CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE EXCHANGE FELLOWS


From Corpus Christi:
Stephen Tuffnell, Doctoral candidate, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford
Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism, and Empire in Britain’s American Expatriate Community, ca. 1830–1914

To Corpus Christi:
Lauren Griffin, Doctoral candidate, University of California, Santa Barbara
The Battle for Bede: Historia Sacra and Religious Identity in Early Modern England

LEEDS HOBAN LINACRE/HUNTINGTON EXCHANGE FELLOWS


From Linacre:
Edward Sugden, Doctoral candidate, Linacre College, University of Oxford
American Literature and Global Time, 1812–59

To Linacre:
Zohra Wolters, Doctoral candidate, Claremont Graduate University

Almanacs, Medicine, and Print Controls

                   

LINCOLN COLLEGE EXCHANGE FELLOWS


From Lincoln:
Anne-Claire Michoux, Doctoral candidate, Lincoln College, University of Oxford
“She does not shine in the tender feelings”: Jane Austen and 18th-Century Acting Theory

To Lincoln:
Sarah Noonan, Assistant Professor, Lindenwood University
The Book in Parts: Selective Reading Practices in Late Medieval England

TRAVEL GRANTS TO THE UNITED KINGDOM


Catherine Chou, Doctoral candidate, Stanford University
The Secret Life of the Elizabethan Parliaments: A History of the Late Tudor Parliaments Out of Session

 

Amanda Herbert, Assistant Professor, Christopher Newport University

Spa: Faith, Health, and Politics in Early Modern Britain


Douglas Kanter, Associate Professor, Florida Atlantic University

Gladstone and Ireland, 1825–94


Stephanie McBride-Schreiner, Doctoral candidate, Arizona State University

Medicalizing Childhood: The Convergence of Pediatrics, Public Health, and Child Welfare in 19th-Century France and Great Britain


Colette Moore, Associate Professor, University of Washington

Textual Organization in English Medieval Devotional Texts


Eleanor Pettus, Doctoral candidate, University of Notre Dame
Creating the English Grammar School: The English Reformation and the Transformation of Humanist Education
 
                                                                                                

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