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 cycles, and fellowship.

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2022-23

Last name First name Date Fellowship Affiliation Position Project
Angsusingha Sopanit 2022-23 Peterson Georgetown University PhD candidate in history The Gospel of Civility: Missionary Encounters, Education, and Gender in Iraq
Bachman Ryan 2022-23 Last University of Delaware PhD candidate in history 'Done in Canton': Chinese Export Waxworks in American Museums
Baumgartner Kabria 2022-23 AAS-NEH Northeastern University associate professor of history & Africana studies Revolutionizing the City: Black Youth and the Struggle for Civil Rights in Boston
Bell Richard 2022-23 Legacy University of Maryland, College Park professor of history The First Freedom Riders:Streetcars and Street Fights in Jim Crow New York
Bouldin Elizabeth 2022-23 ASECS Florida Gulf Coast University associate professor of history Teachers of the Light: Quaker Women Educators in the Age of Reason
Braun Juliane 2022-23 AAS-NEH Auburn University assistant professor of English Translating the Pacific: Nature Writing, Print Culture, and the Making of Transoceanic Empire
Bright Anders 2022-23 Last University of Pennsylvania PhD candidate in history Luck’s Metropolis; Lotteries, Finance, and Class in New York, 1780-1830
Brooks Lisa 2022-23 Mellon Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence Amherst College Henry S. Poler '59 Presidential Teaching Professor of English and American Studies
Broomall James 2022-23 AHPCS Shepherd University assistant professor of history Battle Pieces: The Art and Artifacts of the American Civil War Era
Carroll Julia 2022-23 Last Boston University PhD candidate in American & New England Studies The Protestant Sanctioning of Race-Based Slavery in Language & Landscape in the Anglo-American South, 1739-1791
Clayton Alexander David 2022-23 Last University of Michigan, Ann Arbor PhD candidate in history The Living Animal: Biopower and Empire in the Atlantic Menagerie, 1760-1890
Corcoran Abigail 2022-23 Schiller University of Wisconsin, Madison PhD candidate in History Juvenile Reform Societies in the Antebellum
Danger Sara 2022-23 AAS-NEH Valparaiso University associate professor of English In Their Own Words: Child Writers and the Nineteenth-Century Press
Delwiche Theodore 2022-23 Reese Yale University PhD candidate in history The Contested Classics
Di Loreto Sonia 2022-23 Reese Universita di Torino associate professor of foreign languages and literature Cristina di Belgiojoso and the New York Daily Tribune: Asia Minor and Cosmopolitan Utopianism in American Periodical Publications, 1840-1860
Egan Maureen 2022 Baron Richmond, VA creative writers Research for nonfiction picture book for school-aged children about the life and work of Ruth Henshaw Bascom, 19th-century folk artist
Farrell Molly 2022-23 Peterson Ohio State University associate professor of English New World Calculation: The Making of Numbers in Colonial America
Fetherston John Patrick M. 2022-23 Last University of Maryland, College Park PhD candidate in history Taverns, African Americans, and the American Public in the Age of Revolutions
Finley Alexandra 2022-23 Peterson University of Pittsburgh assistant professor of history Forced to Work for Her Own Support: Financial Panic in the Household Economy
Foreman P. Gabrielle 2022 Mellon Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence Penn State Paterno Family Professor of American Literature and Professor of African American Studies & History Founding Families of the Convention Movement: The Long History of Black Organizing for Civil Rights
Fouratt Mary Eileen 2022 Baron Richmond, VA creative writer Research for nonfiction picture book for school-aged children about the life and work of Ruth Henshaw Bascom, 19th-century folk artist
Franzino Jean 2022-23 Peterson Boston College visiting assistant professor in English Dis-Union: Disability, Narrative, and the American Civil War
Fulton Allison 2022-23 Last University of California Davis PhD candidate in English Disciplining Craft: The Gendered Making of Nineteenth-Century American Science
Gowan Emily 2022-23 Hench Boston University PhD candidate in English On the Margins: Steady-Sellers and the Problem of Inequality in Nineteenth-Century America
Hunt Shirley 2022 Hearst Boston, MA musician Research for concert/lecture which focuses on early 19th-century lutherie in New England
Joncus Berta 2022-23 Keller University of London reader in the department of music Abolitionist Song: Anglo-American Exchanges, 1780-1810
Landsberg Eva 2022-23 Peterson Yale University PhD candidate The Politics of Sugar in the 18th-Century British Atlantic
Leal K. Elisa 2022-23 Lapidus Whitworth University ’ assistant professor of history K. Elise Leal, Assistant Professor, History, Nurseries of Piety’: Sunday Schools and Children’s Religious Culture in the Unites States, 1790-1860
Levati Edu 2022-23 Peterson The American School of Sao Paulo, Brazil high school teacher of historia social Hemispheric Negotiations: The United States Recognition of Brazilian Independence
Macdonald Alexandra 2022-23 Last William & Mary PhD candidate in history The Social Life of Time in the Anglo-Atlantic World, 1660-1830
Martinko Whitney 2022-23 AAS-NEH Villanova University assistant professor of history The Corporate Origins of Cultural Property
O’Connor Keegan 2022-23 Packer Queen Mary University of London PhD candidate in English and drama Volatile Presences: The American Experience of Seventeenth-Century English Writing
Pitts Phillippa 2022-23 Jaffee Boston University PhD candidate in history of art & architecture The Self-Made Man: Race, Gender, and Disability in Antebellum Pharmaceutical Imaginaries
Polgar Paul 2022-23 Peterson The University of Mississippi associate professor of history An Abolition Peace: Black Rights, the Union Cause, and the Rise of Radical Reconstruction
Pritchard Janet 2022 Jay and Deborah Last University of Connecticut Professor of art emerita Research for photographic project about the Connecticut River and its rich history from early European settlement to 19th-century industrialism to protected land
Purk Antonia 2022-23 Ebeling University of Erfurt, Germany Postdoctoral Researcher, History of Science Cooking up Significations: Foodways and Racialization in American Literature of the Long 19th Century
Robertson Andrew 2022-23 Tracy CUNY Graduate Center associate professor of history Divergent Political Language North and South
Rosen Rebecca 2022-23 AAS-NEH Rutgers University Postdoctoral Fellow at Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis Postmortem Life: Anatomy, Autopsy, and Testimony in Early America and the Atlantic World
Rosen Rebecca 2022-23 AAS-NEH Rutgers University Postdoctoral Fellow Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis Postmortem Life: Anatomy, Autopsy, and Testimony in Early America and the Atlantic World
Rosenbaum Julia 2022-23 Last Bard College associate professor of art history and visual culture Unruly Bodies?: Portraying Science and Citizenry in Post-Civil War America
Roth Helena 2022-23 Peterson The Graduate Center of the City University of New York PhD candidate in history American Timelines: Imperial Communication, Colonial Time-Consciousness, and the Coming of the American Revolution
Salter Sarah 2022-23 Botein Texas A&M University assistant professor of English Sex in Pages: A Theoretical History of Periodical Sexualities
Schocken Merav 2022-23 Last University of California, Santa Barbara PhD candidate in English Material Faith: The Business of Death and the Afterlife in Nineteenth-Century America
Schoeppner Michael 2022-23 Peterson , University of Maine, Farmington associate professor of history The First Illegal Immigrants
Seeley Samantha 2022-23 AAS-NEH University of Richmond associate professor of history Bound by Treaty: Emancipation and Diplomacy in the Age of Revolutions
Sklarz Cambra 2022-23 Drawn to Art University of California, Riverside PhD candidate in the history of art The Artist and the Ecosystem: Strategies for the Use and Reuse of Materials in Early America
Stinson Kristofer 2022-23 Botein George Mason University PhD candidate in history Shadows and Solid Things: Religion and Archaeology in the Atlantic World
Taylor Darlene 2022 Baron Howard University writer Research for novel that follows the lives of two people fighting for freedom and trying to restore their lives after the Civil War
Wilson Keith 2022 Hearst Chicago, IL poet Research for manuscript of lyric poems surrounding the legacy of American violence and insurrection in contrast to prevailing ideas about nonviolence, democracy, and brotherhood
Wright Ben 2022-23 Last University of Texas at Dallas associate professor of historical studies Empires of Souls: The United States, Britain, and West African Colonization
Yang Elisabeth 2022-23 Alstott-Morgan Rutgers University Recent PhD, childhood studies Constructing Moral Babies: Medical and Pedagogical Discourses on Infancy in America, 1810s-1920s
Zallen Jeremy 2022-23 Peterson Lafayette College associate professor of history Saltwater Marronage: Making the Pacific into a Fugitive Geography

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