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2009-2010 Fellows



Mellon Fellows

 

Dympna C. Callaghan, Dean’s Professor in the Humanities, Syracuse University

“Shakespeare in Pieces”       

 

Stefano Villani, Recercatore, Dipartimento di Storia, Università di Pisa

“Seventeenth-century English Translations of Italian Books”

 

NEH Fellows

 

Bradin Cormack, Associate Professor of English, University of Chicago

“Shakespeare’s Substance: A Reading of the Sonnets”

 

Marshall Grossman, Professor of English, University of Maryland

“Reason’s Martyrs: Poetry and Belief in ‘Paradise Regained,’ to which is added, ‘Samson Agonistes’

 

R. Carter Hailey, Research Associate, College of William & Mary

“The Shakespeare Papers: Paper Stocks of Shakespeare Folios, Quartos, and Octavos to 1640”

 

Short-term Fellows

 

Panagiota  Batsaki, Fellow in English, St. John’s College, Cambridge

“Narratives of Experience: Empiricism, Induction, and the Eighteenth-Century Novel”

 

Julie Biggs, Senior Paper Conservator, Library of Congress

“The Conservation of Iron-Gall Ink on Paper”

 

Erika Boeckeler, Assistant Professor of English, Kenyon College

“The Dramatization of the Alphabet in the Renaissance”

 

Joyce Boro, Associate Professor of English, Université de Montréal

A Critical Edition and Study of the Reception of Margaret Tyler’s Mirrour of Princely Deeds and Knighthood

 

Tom Cartelli, Professor of English and Film Studies, Muhlenberg College

“Producing Disorder: The Construction of Misrule in Early Modern England, New England, and Ireland: 1570-1640”

 

Raz Chen-Morris, Lecturer in Interdisciplinary Studies, Bar Ilan University

“The Quality of Nothing and the Visual Economy of Early Modern Science”

 

Christopher Crosbie, Assistant Professor of English, North Carolina State University

“Philosophies of Retribution: Noumena, Phenomena, And Early Modern Revenge Tragedy”

 

Eamon Darcy, Ph.D. candidate, Trinity College, Dublin (degree by residency)

“The 1641 Depositions and Contemporary Print Culture”

 

Andrew Escobedo, Associate Professor of English, Ohio University (declined)

“Renaissance Allegories of the Will”

 

Lori Anne Ferrell, Professor of Early Modern History and Literature, Claremont Graduate University

“The St. Paul’s Sermons of John Donne, 1623-25”

 

Andrew Foster, Visiting Fellow, University of Southampton

“Dioceses of England & Wales”

 

Susan Frye, Professor of English, University of Wyoming

“The Iconography of Mary Queen of Scots”

 

David George, Professor of English, Urbana College

"A New Variorum Coriolanus"

 

Stuart Gillespie, Reader in English Literature, University of Glasgow

“The Classics in Translation, Publication and Performance, 1558-1660”

 

Kathryn Gucer, Lecturer in English, Northwestern University

“Revolution Across”

 

Andrew Hadfield, Professor of English, University of Sussex

"A Biography of Edmund Spenser"

 

Robert Hornback, Associate Professor of English and Theater, Oglethorpe University

“Early Blackface Fools and their Legacy”

 

Herbert A. Johnson, Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus, University of South Carolina

“Sir Edward Coke and the Divergence of English and American Constitutionalism”

 

Janet Johnson, Scholar-in-Residence, Newberry Library

“Shakespeare’s Romeo and Dante’s Giulietta: The Story of a Myth in Music”

 

Eric Johnson-DeBaufre, Ph.D. candidate, Boston University (degree by residency)

“The Letters of Nathaniel Bacon and the Memorialization of Kett’s Rebellion”

 

John King, Humanities Distinguished Professor of English and Religious Studies, The Ohio State University

“The Reformation of the Book, 1450-1650”

 

Chris Kyle, Associate Professor of History, Syracuse University

“The Oxford Francis Bacon, Vol. VII”

 

Dalia Leonardo, Assistant Professor/Metadata Librarian, Mina Rees Library, CUNY

“‘Behold the air filled with prayers and processions’: The Catholic League in Paris, 1589-1593”

 

Jenny Mann, Assistant Professor of English, Cornell University

“Outlaw Rhetoric: Vernacular Eloquence in Early Modern England”

 

Timothy McCall, Assistant Professor of Art History, Villanova University

“Art, Gender, and Chivalric Masculinity in Early Renaissance Italy”

 

Russ McDonald, Professor of English Literature, Goldsmith’s College, University of London

“Elizabethan Poetics and the Culture of Symmetry”

 

Mary Pollard Murray, Assistant Professor of English, Columbia University

“The Poet and the Prison from Chaucer to Milton”

 

Joseph Navitsky, Assistant Professor of English, University of Southern Mississippi

“Religious Conflict and the Rearticulation of Early Modern Satire”

 

Louise Noble, Lecturer in English, University of New England (Australia)

"‘Floating Upwards’: The Rhetoric and Practice of Water Management in Early Modern England"

 

Marcy Norton, Associate Professor of History, George Washington University

“The Limits of Anthropocentrism: People and Animals in the Early Modern World”

 

Elizabeth Pallitto, Independent Scholar

“Courtier, Courtesan, Heretic, Saint: Public Image and Private Polemics of Four Writers in Counter-Reformation Italy”

 

Varsha Panjwani, Ph.D. candidate, University of York (degree by residency)

“Performing Renaissance Drama: Collaboration versus Shakespeare”

 

Gerard Passannante, Assistant Professor of English, University of Maryland

“Gabriel Harvey and the Deep Analogy”

 

Douglas Pfeiffer, Assistant Professor of English, Stony Brook University, SUNY

“Renaissance Literary Biography and the Making of Authorial Intent”

 

Beth Quitslund, Associate Professor of English, Ohio University

"The Whole Booke of Psalmes: A Critical Edition"

 

Shankar Raman, Associate Professor of English, MIT

“A World of Figures”

 

Nigel Ramsay, Senior Research Fellow, History, University College London

“The Heraldic Manuscripts in the Folger Shakespeare Library and their Scribes”

 

Emma Rhatigan, Lecturer in Renaissance Literature, Queen’s University Belfast

“John Donne’s Sermons Preached at the Inns of Court: A Critical Edition”

 

Kathy Rowe, Professor of English, Bryn Mawr

“Robert Hamilton Ball Papers: Exhibition and Theory”

 

Regina Schwartz, Professor of English, Northwestern University

“Idolatry in Early Modern England”

 

Sarah K. Scott, Assistant Professor of English, Mount St. Mary’s University

“Performance Index: New Variorum Edition of Julius Caesar

 

Garrett Sullivan, Professor of English, Pennsylvania State University

“Sleep and the Human in the Renaissance”

 

Stephen Taylor, Professor of Early Modern History, University of Reading

“Newsletters, Newspapers, and News Networks: English Perception of Europe in the Late Seventeenth Century”

 

Wendy Thompson, Independent Scholar

“The Mysteries of Fancesco Marcolini’s Le Sorti

 

Dan Vitkus, Associate Professor of English, Florida State University

“Anglo-Islamic Exchange, English Renaissance Texts, and the Origins of Modernity”

 

Anthony James West, Independent Scholar

“First Folio Project”

 

Lina Wilder, Assistant Professor of English, Connecticut College

“Shakespeare’s Memory Theater”

 

Paul Yachnin, Tomlinson Professor of Shakespeare Studies, McGill University

“Shakespearean Publicity”



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