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Previous Residential Faculty Research Fellows

Fall 2019

Erin Hogan, Modern Languages, Linguistics, and Intercultural Communication: “Patrimonial Persons: Poor Devils, Their Eves, and Hegemonic Masculinities in Franco’s Spain (1939-75)”

Derek Musgrove, History: “Hope and Despair in late 1970s Black Politics”

Spring 2019

Dawn Biehler, Geography and Environmental Systems: “A Place for Creatures: A History of People and Other Animals in New York’s Central Park”

Michelle Scott, History: “Living on Toby Time: The Theater Owners’ Booking Association and Black Vaudeville’s Rise and Fall”

Fall 2018

Rebecca Boehling, History: “Post-WWII Denazification as Transitional Justice”

Spring 2018

Irene Chan, Visual Arts: “Railroad Track of Violence: Stories about the Chinese in 19th Century America”

Amy Froide, History: “Eighteenth-Century England’s Charitable Corporation: A Cautionary Tale of Microlending, Financial Fraud and Government Bailouts”

Spring 2017

Calla Thompson, Visual Arts: “The Velvet Fist: Lesbian and Gay Liberation in 1981 Toronto”

Constantine Vaporis, History: “Sword and Brush: Portraits of Samurai Life in Early Modern Japan, 1600-1868”

Spring 2016

Denise D. Meringolo, History: “Radical Roots: Civic Engagement, Public History, and a Tradition of Social Justice Activism”

Craig Saper, Language, Literacy & Culture: “A Documentary Script Adaptation of Amazing Adventures of Robert Carlton Brown”

Spring 2015

Marjoleine Kars, History: “Freedom Marooned: The 1763 Slave Rebellion in Dutch Guyana”

Margaret Re, Visual Arts: “Design, Desire and Consumption: Contemporary American Textiles, Contemporary American Wallpaper, and Containers and Packaging”

Spring 2014

Kimberly R. Moffitt, American Studies: “Acting While Black (and Male) in Disney’s Land”

Carole McCann, Gender and Women’s Studies: “Malthus, Mathematics, and Modern Masculinity: Demographic Discipline and Mid-Twentieth Century Population Politics”

Spring 2013 (inaugural fellowship term)

Kate Brown, History: “Being There: Place, Space, and the Historical Method”

Preminda Jacob, Visual Arts: “The Painted Walls of Chennai: Street Semiotics in an Indian City”