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Past Faculty Research Fellowships


Through the Faculty Research Fellowship the DHI aims at helping faculty make progress on a major research or creative project.  The purpose of the fellowship is to further the research/creative work of the individual recipients and to enable faculty within the humanities and humanistic social sciences to meet and work with colleagues in other disciplines and departments.  Projects need not be “interdisciplinary” by definition, and awards are based on the scholarly merit of the individual applications.  The fellowship provides recipients with a single quarter research leave.

2017-2018
Javier Arbona
American Studies
Explosive Cultures: Bombscapes and the Order of Law
Hsuan Hsu
English
The Smell of Risk: Air Conditioning and Olfactory Aesthetics
Lorena Oropeza
History
A Chicana and Chicano History of the United States
Caitlin Patler
Sociology
The Impacts of Long-term Immigration Detention on Individuals, Households and Communities
Katie Peterson
English
After Dinner Was Over: Poems About Difficult Conversations
Kurt Rohde
Music
Exploring Embodiment in a dramatic musical setting of Still Life with Two Dead Peacocks and a Gril by Diane Seuss
Michiko Suzuki
East Asian Languages and Cultures
Reading Material: Kimono in Twentieth-Century Japanese Literature and Film
Cecilia Tsu
History
Starting Over: Refugee Resettlement in the Reagan Era
 
2016-2017
Claire Goldstein
French and Italian
Comets in the Sun King’s Cosmos. Circulation and Epistemology in early modern France
Laurie Lambert
African-American and African Studies
Surviving Empire: Postcolonial Revolution and Trauma in the Caribbean
Lisa Materson 
History
American Nationalist: Ruth Reynolds and the Struggle Against the Colonialism in Puerto Rico
Kriss Ravetto
Cinema and Digital Media
Digital Uncanny
Henry Spiller
Music
Bamboo Murmurs: Music, History and Place in Bandung, Indonesia
 
 
2015-2016
Xiaomei Chen
East Asian Language & Culture
Staging Chinese Revolution: Founding Fathers, Red Classics, and Revisionist Histories of Twentieth-Century Chinese China
Marian Schlotterbeck
History
Beyond the Vanguard: Grassroots Movements and the Making of Revolutionary Chile
Baki Tezcan
History and Religious Studies
Imperial Visions: Africans, Americans, Asians, and Europeans in the Early Modern Ottoman World
Cristiana Giordano
Anthropology
Migrants and Microbes. Life of the Immume Systems in Contemporary Europe
Rachel Jean-Baptiste
History
Mother Africa, Father France: Race, Sexuality , and Belonging in Twentieth Century Francophone Africa
Jeff Fort
French
Facing Death: Maurice Blanchot and the Ontology of Cinema
 
2014-2015
Seeta Chaganti
English
Medieval Dance and Poetry
Katie Harris
History
Proving Sanctity: Evidence and the Cult of Relics in the Early Modern Spanish Mediterranean
Danielle Heard
English
Mavericks of Masquerade: Comic Strategies of Post-Blackness
Katherine Lee
Music
Dynamic Korea, Dynamic Samulnori: An Ethnography of a Transnational Percussion Genre
Suzana Sawyer
Anthropology
The Valence of Crude: The Intractable Lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador
Tobias Warner
French and Italian
Aesthestics after Austerity: The “Work” of Literature in Neoliberal Senegal
 
2015-2016
Xiaomei Chen
East Asian Language & Culture
Staging Chinese Revolution: Founding Fathers, Red Classics, and Revisionist Histories of Twentieth-Century Chinese China
Marian Schlotterbeck
History
Beyond the Vanguard: Grassroots Movements and the Making of Revolutionary Chile
Baki Tezcan
History and Religious Studies
Imperial Visions: Africans, Americans, Asians, and Europeans in the Early Modern Ottoman World
Cristiana Giordano
Anthropology
Migrants and Microbes. Life of the Immume Systems in Contemporary Europe
Rachel Jean-Baptiste
History
Mother Africa, Father France: Race, Sexuality , and Belonging in Twentieth Century Francophone Africa
Jeff Fort
French
Facing Death: Maurice Blanchot and the Ontology of Cinema

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