Directory of Fellows and Research Associates, 1999-Present

The American Antiquarian Society has been awarding visiting research fellowships since 1972-73. These stipend-bearing awards have enabled a diverse group of researchers to spend anywhere from one month to a full year in residence at the Society.

First Name Last Name Datesort ascending Institution Rank Fellowship Awarded Title of Project
Angela Pulley Hudson 2016-17 Texas A&M University associate professor of history Peterson Indian Doctresses in the Nineteenth-Century United States
AJ Blandford 2016-17 Rutgers University Ph.D. candidate Last Labor and the Visualization of Knowledge in American Geological Surveys
Sonia Di Loreto 2016-17 University of Torino associate professor Peterson Margaret Fuller’s Transnational Archive
Jennifer Chuong 2016-17 Harvard University Ph.D. candidate Drawn-to-Art Marbling and Projection in Early American Bindings
Christy Pottroff 2016-17 Fordham University Ph.D. candidate Last The Mail Gaze: Early American Literature, Letters, and the Post Office
Ezra Greenspan 2016-17 Southern Methodist University Edmund J. and Louise W. Kahn Chair in Humanities and Professor of English AAS-NEH The Lives and Times of Frederick Douglass and His Family: A Composite Biography
Sophie Heather Jones 2016-17 University of Liverpool Ph.D. candidate Peterson From Anglicization to Loyalism: New York, 1691-1783
Gina Caison 2016-17 Georgia State University associate professor of English Last Feather
Auréliane Narvaez 2016-17 University of Paris IV-Sorbonne Ph.D. candidate d’Héricourt Mobility of Faith in Early America: Religious Wanderings and Spiritual Journeys
Sarah Schuetze 2016-17 University of Wisconsin-Green Bay assistant professor of English Last Calamity Howl
Esther Jones 2016-17 Clark University associate professor of English AAS-NEH Antebellum Black Speculation
Natalie Joy 2016-17 Northern Illinois University assistant professor of history Peterson Abolitionists and Indians in the Antebellum Era
Nalleli Guillen 2016-17 University of Delaware Ph.D. candidate Tracy ’Round the World Every Evening’: Panoramic Spectacles, Entertainment Culture, and a Growing Imperial Consciousness in Nineteenth-Century America
Mary Draper 2016-17 University of Virginia Ph.D. candidate Peterson The Urban World of the Early Modern British Caribbean
Lukas Etter 2016-17 University of Siegen Post-doctoral Research Fellow Ebeling ’Word Problems’: Popular and Educational Discourses on Mathematics in the Pre-Civil War United States
Nora Slonimsky 2016-17 City University of New York Graduate Center Ph.D. candidate Last 'The Engine of Free Expression'[?]: The Political Development of Copyright in the Colonial British Atlantic and Early National United States
Telesia Lett 2016-17 Boston University Ph.D. candidate AHPCS Making Money: Alfred Jones and the Business of Engraving
Kimberly Armstrong 2016-17 Metropolitan Community College, Omaha instructor Reese ’The Plague is Just as Great Today’: Selling the Subscription Book in Postbellum America
Gregory Nobles 2016-17 Georgia Institute of Technology professor Mellon Distinguished Scholar in Residence Betsey Stockton’s Mission: From Slavery to Freedom, From Princeton to the Pacific
Paul Fess 2016-17 City University of New York Graduate Center Ph.D. candidate Last Resonant Texts: The Politics and Practices of Nineteenth-Century African American Music and Print Culture
Mark Boonshoft 2016-17 New York Public Library Post-doctoral Research Fellow Alstott-Morgan Monarchical Education and the Making of the American Republic, 1730-1812
Jessica Farrell 2016-17 University of Minnesota Ph.D. candidate Peterson (Re)Capturing Empire: A Reconsideration of Liberia’s Precarious Sovereignty and American Empire as Exception in the Nineteenth Century
Johanna Siebert 2016-17 Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz Ph.D. candidate Ebeling Networks of Taste: The Early African Caribbean Press in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic World
Juliet Sperling 2016-17 University of Pennsylvania Ph.D. candidate Last Animating Flatness: Seeing Moving Images in American Painting and Mass Visual Culture, 1800-1895
Kate Mulry 2016-17 California State University, Bakersfield assistant professor of history ASECS Unwholesome Tinctures: Inoculation and Questions of Heredity in the Early Eighteenth-Century Anglo Atlantic
Jordan Howell 2016-17 University of Delaware Ph.D. candidate Reese The Robinson Crusoe Online Bibliography
Brendan Gillis 2016-17 Miami University of Ohio visiting assistant professor Hench Conduits of Justice: Magistrates and the British Imperial State, 1732-1834
Jean Franzino 2016-17 Macalester College visiting assistant professor of English Last Freak Show Aesthetics
Susanna Blumenthal 2016-17 University of Minnesota professor of law and associate professor of history AAS-NEH Humbug: A Legal History
Kirsten Fischer 2016-17 University of Minnesota associate professor of history Peterson Vitalism in America: Elihu Palmer’s Radical Religion in the Early Republic
Rachel Knecht 2016-17 Brown University Ph.D. candidate Lapides Inventing the Mathematical Economy in Nineteenth-Century America
Reed Gochberg 2016-17 Boston University Ph.D. candidate Packer Novel Objects: Museums and Scientific Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century American Literature
D. Berton Emerson 2016-17 Pomona College visiting assistant professor of English Botein Local Rules: Vernacular Aesthetics and Alternative Democracies in Antebellum Print Culture
Amanda Stuckey 2016-17 College of William and Mary Ph.D. candidate Schiller Reading Bodies: Disability and the Book in Nineteenth-Century American Culture
Shawna McDermott 2016-17 University of Pittsburgh Ph.D. candidate Last Reading Race: Visual Literacy in Nineteenth-Century American Children's Periodicals
Tara Bynum 2016-17 Rutgers University Postdoctoral fellow in English AAS-NEH Reading Pleasures
James Dupey 2016-17 Arizona State University Ph.D. candidate Arizona State University Editor as Clergy: The Power of Print in the Stone-Campbell Movement
Justin Pope 2016-17 Beloit College visiting assistant professor of history Legacy Dangerous Spirit of Liberty: How Slave Rebellion Transformed the Atlantic World
Matt Dellinger 2016 nonfiction writer and digital archivist Baron The Brooklyn 14th Regiment
Krista Elrick 2016 photographer Jay and Deborah Last Retracing Audubon: Contemporary Views
Denise Miller 2016 creative writer Hearst Travelogos: African American and the Struggle for Safe Passage
Catherine Sasanov 2016 poet Baron Markd Y (Archives and Invocations)
Susan Stinson 2016 novelist Hearst Research for the novel “Tuttle” about the Puritan woman, Elizabeth Tuttle Edwards
Blevin Shelnutt 2015-16 New York University PhD candidate AHPC New York City's Broadway and Nineteenth-Century Literary Culture
Cassandra Berman 2015-16 Brandeis University PhD candidate Peterson Motherhood, the Law, and the Court of Public Opinion: Contesting Maternity in Nineteenth-Century America
Christine DeLucia 2015-16 Mount Holyoke College assistant professor AAS-NEH The Itineraries: Seasons of History in the Native Northeast and Ezra Stiles' New England
Katherine Mintie 2015-16 University of California, Berkeley PhD candidate Last Legal Lenses: Intellectual Property Laws and American Photography, 1839-1890
Leonard von Morze 2015-16 University of Massachusetts, Boston associate professor Reese Contextualizing Christian Jacob Hutter: German-American Printing and Book Distribution in the Atlantic World
Ben Davidson 2015-16 New York University PhD candidate Schiller Freedom's Generation: Coming of Age in the Era of Emancipation
Kate Silbert 2015-16 Univeristy of Michigan PhD candidate Last 'Committed to Memory': Gender, Literary Engagement, and Commemorative Practice, 1780-1830

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