Fellows' Directory

Each fellow's institutional affiliation and position at the time of the fellowship is listed. Fellows may be sorted by last name, fellowship cycle, and fellowship.

Last name
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Fellowship cycle
1972-73 | 1973-74 | 1974-75 | 1975-76 | 1976-77 | 1977-78 | 1978-79 | 1979-80 | 1980-81 | 1981-82 | 1982-83 | 1983-84 | 1984-85 | 1985-86 | 1986-87 | 1987-88 | 1988-89 | 1989-90 | 1990-91 | 1991-92 | 1992-93 | 1993-94 | 1994-95 | 1995-96 | 1996-97 | 1997-98 | 1998-99 | 1999-00 | 2000-1 | 2001-2 | 2002-3 | 2003-4 | 2004-5 | 2005-6 | 2006-7 | 2007-8 | 2008-9 | 2009-10 | 2010-11 | 2011-12 | 2012-13 | 2013-14 | 2014-15 | 2015-16 | 2016-17 | 2017-18

Fellowship
AAS-NEH | AHPCS | Alstott-Morgan | Artist | ASECS | Baron | Boni | Botein | Burkhardt | Daniels | Drawn to Art | d'Héricourt | Ebeling | Haven | Hearst | Hench | Hiatt | Jaffee | K-12 | Last | Last (Artist) | Lapides | Legacy | Mellon Distinguished Scholar | NEMLA | Packer | Peterson | Reese | Schiller |Tracy | U.S. Steel Foundation

ASECS Fellows

AAS-American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Fellowships are for research on projects related to the American eighteenth century. The award is jointly funded by the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies and AAS.

Fellowship Affiliation Position Project
Appleby Joyce 1994-95 ASECS UCLA professor The First Generation of Americans
Bidwell John 1994-95 ASECS Rochester Institute of Technology librarian Printing Supplies in Colonial America
Brückner Martin 1998-99 ASECS University of Delaware assistant professor The Culture of Geographic Letters in Early America
Burnham Michelle 2011-12 ASECS Santa Clara University professor The Calculus of Risk: Temporality in the Revolutionary Atlantic and Pacific
Charbeneau Brett 1995-96 ASECS Colonial Williamsburg Foundation journeyman printer Williamsburg Imprints Program
Crabtree Sarah 2013-14 ASECS San Francisco State University Assistant Professor of History Walled Gardens: The Society of Friends, Nationalism, and the Common School, 1770-1840
Crain Patricia 1997-98 ASECS Princeton University assistant professor The Story of A: Alphabetization and American Literature from The New England Primer to The Scarlet Letter
Dayton Cornelia 1991-92 ASECS UC Irvine associate professor Madness, Dependency, and Gender in Early New England
Farrell Molly 2012-13 ASECS Ohio State University assistant professor Counting Bodies: Imagining Population in English America
Freeberg Ernest 1995-96 ASECS Colby-Sawyer College assistant professor The Meaning of Blindnessin Early America
Gardner Jared 2000-1 ASECS Ohio State University assistant professor The Literary Museum: Periodicals and the Unsettling of American Literature
Hancock David 2003-4 ASECS University of Michigan - Ann Arbor associate professor Oceans of Wine, Empires of Commerce: Madeira Wine and the Self-Organization of the Atlantic Market Economy, 1640-1815
Howe John 2002-3 ASECS University of Minnesota professor emeritus The Social Politics of Verbal Discourse in Revolutionary Boston
Hurley Natasha 2008-9 ASECS University of Alberta postdoctoral fellow "The Child of Circulation in American Literature: The Case of Robinson Crusoe."
Jortner Adam 2014-15 ASECS Auburn University Assistant Professor of History Witchcraft and the Rise of American Religious Freedom, 1626-1789
Kahn Laurie 1992-93 ASECS Watertown, MA independent filmmaker A Midwife's Tale: The Life of Martha Ballard (film adaptation)
Koschnik Albrecht 2009-10 ASECS Library Company of Philadelphia fellow American Conceptions of Civil Society, 1750-1850
Lawson-Peebles Robert 1990-91 ASECS Exeter College lecturer Transatlantic Cultural Relations, 1745-80
McCurdy John 2006-7 ASECS Eastern Michigan University assistant professor The Politics of Bachelorhood in Early America
McDougall Warren 1997-98 ASECS University of Edinburgh honorary fellow The Scots Book Trade to Boston and New York in the 18th Century
Messer Peter 2007-8 ASECS Mississippi State University assistant professor Revolution by Committee: Law, Language, and Ritual in Revolutionary America
Miller Ken 2017-18 ASECS Washington College associate professor The Strange Case of Bathsheba Spooner: A Tale of Sex and Murder in Revolutionary America
Mulry Kate 2016-17 ASECS California State University, Bakersfield assistant professor of history Unwholesome Tinctures: Inoculation and Questions of Heredity in the Early Eighteenth-Century Anglo Atlantic
Narrett David 2001-02 ASECS University of Texas at Arlington associate professor Borderland Republics: Vermont, West Florida, Texas, and the Politics of Union, 1760-1846
Pasley Jeffrey 2004-5 ASECS University of Missouri - Columbia associate professor "Jeffersonian Democracy Revisited: Popular Political Culture in Print, 1800-1828"
Plank Geoffrey 1996-97 ASECS University of Cincinnati associate professor The Culture of Conquest, Acadia or Nova Scotia in the British Colonial Imagination, 1690-1759
Sassi Jonathan 1999-00 ASECS College of Staten Island/CUNY assistant professor Clerical Communities and the Religious Public Sphere
Silverman David 2005-6 ASECS George Washington University assistant professor Brothertown: American Indians and the Problem of Race
Silverman David 2010-11 ASECS George Washington University associate professor Thundersticks: Firearms and the Transformation of Native America
Valeri Mark 1998-99 ASECS Union Theological Seminary ET Thompson Professor Religion, Moral Discipline and the Market in Early America
Walker Jeffrey 1992-93 ASECS Oklahoma State University associate professor Collegiate Literary Culture in Eighteenth-Century America
Williams Daniel 1993-94 ASECS University of Mississippi associate professor The Theft of Authorship
Wulf Karin 2000-1 ASECS American University assistant professor In the Shade of the Family Tree: Genealogy and Representation of Family Identity in Early America
Wyss Hilary 2006-7 ASECS Auburn University associate professor Native Literacy and Education in Early America

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