Summer Faculty Research Fellows

The Summer Faculty Research Fellowship is designed to help faculty at the tenured Associate Professor level maximize the summer for research at a critical juncture in the arc of their professional careers.

2021–22

  • Christopher Kempf (English)
    “All These Ithacas” and Local Color
     
  • Magdalena Novoa (Urban and Regional Planning)
    “Wounded Landscapes: Race, gender, and grassroots preservation in Wallmapu”
     
  • Andrea Stevens (English)
    “Racial Masquerade and the Caroline Court, 1625-1649”

2020–21

  • Jose Atiles, Sociology
    “Puerto Rico is Open for Business: Exceptionality, Financialization and Colonialism”
     
  • Honaida Ahyad, Linguistics / Translation Studies
    Translation of Manahil Sindi’s novel Nisf Estiwa (Half-Cooked), from Makkan into English
     
  • Carolyn Fornoff, Spanish and Portuguese
    “Subjunctive Aesthetics: Mexican Culture in the Era of Climate Change”
     
  • Craig Koslofsky, History
    “The Deep Surface: Skin in the Early Modern World, 1450-1750”

2019–20

  • Tamara Chaplin, History
    Desiring Women: Female Same-Sex Intimacy and the French Public Sphere

2018–19

  • Justine S. Murison, English
    American Hypocrisy: The Politics of Privacy in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Literature
     
  • Anke Pinkert, Germanic Languages and Literatures
    Remembering 1989: Future Archives of Public Protest and Assembly
     
  • Carol Symes, History
    Mediated Texts and Their Makers in Medieval Europe

2017–18

  • Jessica Greenberg, Anthropology
    Ghosts in the Machine: Rights, Sovereignty and (post)Institutional Crisis in Europe
     
  • Junaid Rana, Asian American Studies
    The Life of Dada Amir Haider Khan
     
  • Emmanuel Rota, French and Italian
    Laziness: A Modern Myth