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2013-14 Fellows



Long-term Fellows


(Mellon) Paul Cefalu, Associate Professor of English, Lafayette College 

The Mind and Body of God: Divine Accommodation and Anthropomorphism in Early Modern English Culture

 

(NEH) Pamela O. Long, Independent Historian, Washington, DC 

Rebuilding Rome: Knowledge, Power, and Engineering, 1557-1590

 

(NEH) Paul Menzer, Director, Shakespeare and Performance Graduate Program, Mary Baldwin College

Shakespeare, Anecdotally

 

(Folger) Julie Park, Assistant Professor of English, Vassar College

Dark Rooms and Moving Objects: Mediating Interior Life in Eighteenth-Century England

 

(Mellon) Daniel Shore, Assistant Professor of English, Georgetown University 

Cyberformalism: The History of Syntactic Forms in the Early Modern Period

 

Short-term Fellows

 

Katherine Acheson, English, University of Waterloo

“Inscriptions: Writing in Early Modern English Bibles”

 

Ronda Arab, English, Simon Fraser University

“The Gentleman Apprentice on the Early Modern London Stage”

 

Guyda Armstrong, Italian Studies, University of Manchester

“Boccaccio in English, 1494-1620”

 

Kevin Bourque, Writing in the Disciplines, Southwestern University

“Seriality, Singularity, and Celebrity: Pictures in Motion from 1680-1810”

 

Ian Campbell, Center for Neo-Latin Studies, University College Cork

“Protestant Natural Law and Irish Natural Slaves”

 

Urvashi Chakravarty, English, University of Hawaii at Manoa

“Serving Like a Free Man: Labor, Liberty, and Consent in Early Modern England”

 

Raz Chen-Morris, History of Science, Bar Ilan University

“Vision Contested”

 

David Coast, History, Durham University

“Rumour and Common Fame in Early Stuart Manuscript Miscellanies”

 

Matthew Day, English, Newman University

“Reading the Nation’s Voyages – the Literature of Travel and the Nature of English Nationalism”

 

Eric Dursteler, History, Brigham Young University (SCSC/Folger Fellow)

“Around the Mediterranean Table: Foodways and Identity in the Early Modern Era”

 

Amy Froide, History, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

“Women’s Financial Literacy in Early Modern England”

 

Nathan Garvey, English, University of Queensland

“Jane Garland/Lowndes: Printer to the Drury Lane Theatre (fl. 1777-1824)”

 

David George, English, Urbana University

“A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare’s Coriolanus

 

Katherine Gillen, English, Texas A&M University, San Antonio

“Chaste Value: Economic Crises, Sexual Anxiety, and Construction of Identity in Early Modern Drama”

 

Ken Gouwens, History, University of Connecticut

“Defining Human Exceptionalism”

 

John Gouws, English, North-West University

“Clarendon Edition of the Works of Fulke Greville”

 

David Greer, Music, Durham University

“An Edition of Manuscript Music in Printed Sources”

 

Tobias Gregory, English, The Catholic University of America

“Milton’s Strenuous Liberty”

 

Huw Griffiths, English, University of Sydney

“Love, Desire, and Friendship Between Men in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Adaptations of Shakespeare”

 

William Hauptman, Independent Scholar, Lausanne, Switzerland

“Samuel Hieronymus Grimm’s Shakespeare Illustration in the Folger”

 

Richard Hoyle, History, University of Reading

“Popular Royalism in the Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Century”

 

Miriam Jacobson, English, University of Georgia

“Renaissance Undead: Resurrecting the Past in Early Modern England”

 

Christopher Johnson, English, University of California, Los Angeles

“Squaring the Circle: Representing Self and World in The Anatomy of Melancholy

 

Ben Labreche, English, University of Mary Washington

“Liberty Agonistes: Milton and Modern Freedom”

 

Katherine Larson, English, University of Toronto

“The Singing Body in Early Modern England”

 

Dmitri Levitin, History, Trinity College, Cambridge

“The Historicization of Religion and Theology, c. 1580-1720”

 

Christopher Matusiak, English, Ithaca College

“A Critical Edition of Robert Greene’s Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay

 

Agnes Matuska, English, University of Szeged

“Early Modern Version of the Theatrum Mundi, and our Contemporary Perspectives”

 

Valerie McGowan-Doyle, History, Lorain County Community College

“Violence Against Women in Sixteenth-Century Ireland”

 

Stephanie Morley, English, Saint Mary’s University

“Lady Margaret Beaufort: The Imitation of Christ, Book IV, The Mirror of Gold to the Sinful Soul – a Critical Edition”

 

Louise Noble, School of Arts, University of New England (Australia)

“The Changing Waterscape in Early Modern Rural England”

 

Sarah Noonan, English, Lindenwood University

“The Book in Parts: Selective Reading Practices in Late Medieval England”

 

Shormishtha Panja, English, University of Delhi

“Shakespeare, Boydell and Bengal”

 

Vimala Pasupathi, Theatre, Hofstra University

“The Militia Theatre, 1560-1660: Playing the Soldier in English Drama and British History”

 

Teresa Prudente, Humanities, University of Turin

The Two Noble Kinsmen: a New Translation and Critical Edition in Italian”

 

Maria Anne Purciello, Music History, University of Delaware

“Artistry, Rhetoric and … Laughter? Rethinking the ‘Comic’ in 17th-Century Opera”

 

Mark Rankin, English, James Madison University (RSA/Folger Fellow)

“William Tyndale’s Practice of Preludes (1530) and the Nature of Reading in Renaissance England”

 

Lucy Razzall, English, Emmanuel College, Cambridge

“Printed Repositories in Early Modern England”

 

Letha Clair Robertson, Art History, University of Texas, Tyler

“Marketing the Theatrical Celebrity: Thomas Hicks’s Portraits of Edwin Booth”

 

Benedict Robinson, English, Stony Brook University

“Feeling Words: An Early Modern Philology of the Affections”

 

Claire Sponsler, English, University of Iowa

“Reading the Beauchamp Pageant

 

Andrew Strycharski, English, Florida International University

“Philip Sidney, Community, and the Reformation’s Passionate Ethics”

 

Edward (Mac) Test, English, Boise State University

“Cochineal: From Myth to Market”

 

Clotilde Thouret, Comparative Literature, University of Paris-Sorbonne

“Defending the Theater, from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment: Knowledge, Effects and Uses of a Controversial Art”

 

Lucy Underwood, Theology, Durham University

“‘Out of a heretical nation’: English Catholic Representations of Protestant England and their Reception”

 

Denise Walen, Theatre, Vassar College

“Dethroning Margaret”

 

Elizabeth Williamson, Independent Scholar, London

“Henry Unton and the Afterlives of Letters: Copies, Counterfeits, and the Construction of History”

 

Carl Wise, Hispanic Studies, College of Charleston

“Doctrines on Display: Baroque Theologies in the Theater of Antonio Mira de Amescua”

 

David Worrall, English, Nottingham Trent University

“Sarah Siddons and Edmund Kean’s Drury Lane Audiences”

 



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