Letters

Letters


Spring 2011, Vol. 19, No. 2 (requires Adobe Acrobat)

External Grants and Fellowships

We extend congratulations to our colleagues in the humanities and social sciences in the 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 2009 calendar year.
We rely on departments to provide us with this information.

William Caferro
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Fellowship
Research on Effects of the Plague on the Medieval Economy

David L. Carlton
Global Research Institute at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Research Fellowship
Strategies of Southern Development: The Case of North Carolina

Julia P. Cohen
National Endowment for the Humanities
Scholarly Edition and Translations Award
The Sephardic Studies Reader, 1730-1950

Humberto Garcia
American Philosophical Society
Franklin Research Grant
Romanticism Re-Oriented: Indo-Muslim Travelers and English Literary Culture, 1760-1820

Clark Library/Center for Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Studies
Short-Term Fellowship
Romanticism Re-Oriented: Indo-Muslim Travelers and English Literary Culture, 1760-1820

Thomas Gregor
National Endowment for the Humanities
Fellowship
Mehinaku Art: Social Change and the Evolution of an Aesthetic Tradition

Leor Halevi
American Council of Learned Societies
Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowship
Forbidden Goods: Cross-Cultural Trade in Islamic Law

Rick Hilles
The Brecht’s House
Writer’s Residency

Carlos Jauregi
National Endowment for the Humanities
Fellowship
Going Native and Becoming Other in Latin American Literature and Film

Vera M. Kutzinski
National Endowment for the Humanities
Scholarly Edition and Translations Award
Alexander von Humboldt in English: New Translations of His
Major Writings on North and South America

Ling Hon Lam
Newhouse Center for the Humanities at Wellesley College
Fellowship
From Exteriority to Theatricality: Exploring the Spatiality of
Emotion in Early Modern China

Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University
An Wang Postdoctoral Fellowship
From Exteriority to Theatricality: Exploring the Spatiality of
Emotion in Early Modern China

Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation
Scholar Grant
From Exteriority to Theatricality: Exploring the Spatiality of
Emotion in Early Modern China

Jane G. Landers
National Endowment for the Humanities
Fellowship
African Kingdoms, Black Republics, and Free Black Towns in
Colonial Spanish America

Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Research Fellowship
African Kingdoms, Black Republics and Free Black Towns in
Iberian Atlantic

Larry May
Australian Research Council
Discovery Grant
Morality, “Jus Post Bellum,” and International Law

José Medina
Ministry of Science and Innovation of Spain
Research Grant
Identity, Memory, and Experience

Jonathan Rattner
Imagining America
Critical Exchange Grant
Imagining America Vanderbilt University/University of Iowa
Critical Exchange Grant

Kathryn Schwarz
Folger Shakespeare Library
Short-Term Fellowship
Counterfactual Women: Femininity and Teleology in
Early Modern England

Bronwen Wickkiser
American School of Classical Studies at Athens NEH Fellowship
New Approaches to Asklepios

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