Letters

Letters


Spring 2010, Vol. 18, No. 2 (requires Adobe Acrobat)

External Grants and Fellowships

We extend congratulations to our colleagues in the humanities and social sciences in the Graduate Student Fellows College of Arts and Science for receiving the following external grants and fellowships for their scholarly research as a result of applications submitted in the 2008 calendar year. We rely on departments to provide us with this information.

Celso Castilho
American Historical Association/Conference
for Latin American History
Lewis Hanke Research Award
Remaking Nation and Citizenship in Northeastern Brazil: The Politics of Antislavery in Pernambuco, 1866-1893

Lauren Clay
Newberry Library/American Society for
Eighteenth-Century Studies
Short-term Fellowship
The Culture of Commerce in Eighteenth-Century France

Julia Cohen
UCLA Maurice Amado Program Faculty
Incentive Grant
Fashioning Imperial Citizens: Sephardic Jews and the Ottoman State, 1856-1912

Kate Daniels
Lannan Foundation
Writing Residency at Marfa, TX

Arthur Demarest
National Geographic Society
Interregional Exchange and Hegemony in the Development and Apogee of Ancient Maya Civilization

Marshall Eakin
U.S. Department of Education
Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad
Fellowship
Becoming Brazilians: Making a Nation and a People, 1930-1992

Edward H. Friedman
Council for International Exchange of
Scholars
U.S. Culture through Literature and Theater
Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

John Geer
Harvard University, Joan Shorenstein Center
on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy
Residential Fellowship
The Rise of Negativity: Why David Broder May Be More Responsible than Karl Rove

Lesley Gill
National Science Foundation
Political Violence, Globalization, and Transnational Activism

Teresa Goddu
Council for International Exchange of
Scholars
Senior Specialist Fulbright Award
North American Studies Program
University of Tampere, Finland

Joel Harrington
American Academy in Berlin
Residential Fellowship
God’s Executioner: Meister Frantz Schmidt of Nuremberg (ca. 1555-1634)

Rick Hilles
Camargo Foundation
Writer’s Residency in Cassis, France
Mrs. Giles Whiting Foundation
2008 Whiting Writers’ Award
Ragsdale Foundation
Writing Residency
Spiro Arts Foundation
Writing Residency

Shaul Kelner
AVI CHAI Foundation
Young Leadership Development Initiatives in the Jewish Communal Sector

Jinah Kim
Institute for Advanced Studies School of
Historical Research
Mellon Fellowship
Receptacle of the Sacred: Illustrated
Manuscripts and the Buddhist Book-Cult in South Asia

Paul Kramer
Harvard University, Charles Warren Center
for Studies in American History
Residential Fellowship
An Imperial Polity: Racial Regimes and U.S. Globality in the Long Twentieth Century

Jonathan Lamb
King’s College, Cambridge University
Visiting Fellowship
The Things Things Say: The Agency of Things in the Eighteenth Century

Jane Landers
Historic St. Augustine Research Institute
Research Grant
In Search of Mose: Tracking St. Augustine’s Free Black Community in Exile in Cuba

Tracy Miller
Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in
the Fine Arts Travel Fellowship
National Endowment for the Humanities
Fellowship
Regional Style in China’s Monumental Timber Architecture, 900-1200

Catherine Molineux
The Huntington Library
Residential Fellowship
The Peripheries Within: Race, Slavery, and Empire in Early Modern England

Moses Ochonu
Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation
Research Grant
History, Politics, and Ethno-Religious Conflict in the Nigerian Middle Belt

David Petrain
Institute for Advanced Studies School of
Historical Research Mellon Fellowship
National Endowment for the Humanities
Fellowship
The Tabulae Iliacae and the Development of Visual Storytelling in the Early Roman Empire

Nancy Reisman
Ragsdale Foundation
Writing Residency
Spiro Arts Foundation
Writing Residency

W. Frank Robinson
National Endowment for the Humanities
Summer Institute Participant
Johns Hopkins University
Slaves, Soldiers, Rebels: Currents of Black Resistance in the Tropical Atlantic, 1760-1888

Robert Talisse
Philosophy Department of the Graduate
Center of the City University of New York
Visiting Scholar
Against Pluralism

Cecelia Tichi
The Huntington Library
Andrew W. Mellon Residential Fellowship
Jack London and the Making of Modern America

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