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Visiting Research Fellows, 2013-2014


Congratulations to the 2013-2014 Visiting Fellows

~  By Named Fellowship  ~


Frederick A. And Marion S. Pottle Fellow

Thierry Rigogne

Fordham University

French Cafes in the Eyes of British Travelers, 1660-1800



Edith and Richard French Fellows

Elia Corazza

Respighi's Collaboration with Serge Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes and the Birth of Neoclassical Style


Kathleen Lubey

St. John's University

Marginal Conversations: Form and Feminism in Eighteenth-Century Textual Culture


Kimberly Lamm

Duke University

A Sense of Arrangement: Feminist Aesthetics in Contemporary Poetry


Marc Matter

Robert Schumann Music Academy, Duesseldorf

Henri Chopin and the Revue OU



Donald C. Gallup Fellows

Edgardo Krebs

Smithsonian Institution

The filming of Richard Wright's 'Native Son' (1950): Context, History, Consequences.


Michele Mendelssohn

Oxford University

Black Lilies: Race and the Cultural Politics of Decadence from Oscar Wilde to W.E.B. Du Bois


Andrew Warnes

University of Leeds

Forgotten Blueprints: An Examination of Richard Wright's Unpublished Writings on Popular Culture



A. Bartlett Giamatti Fellows

Robert Abrahamson

University of Maryland University College, European Division

Essays of Robert Louis Stevenson, 5 vols for the New Edinburgh Edition of the Works of Robert Louis Stevenson


Kevin Bourque

Southwestern University

Seriality, Singularity and Celebrity: Pictures in Motion from 1680 to 1810


Joseph Phelan

De Montfort University

Research for Volume 5 of the Longman Annotated English Poets 'Poems of Robert Browning' and Associated Projects


Lucy Underwood

Imagining Englands: Confessionalization and National Identity After the English Reformation


H.D. Fellow

Anna Sborgi

Independent scholar collaborating with the University of Genoa

Mina Loy and the Language of International Modernism



Archibald Hanna, Jr. Fellow

Hartwell Francis

Western Carolina University

Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Written Cherokee: Genres, Texts, and Structures



John D. snd Rose H. Jackson Fellows

Katherine Hunt

Birkbeck College, University of London

Shuffled Knowledge: Didactic Playing Cards in Early Modern Britain


Randall Meissen

Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum

The 'Contra Iudaeos' Tradition in Twelfth-Century Iberia: Literary and Rhetorical Depictions of Jews in Marston MS 208 and Beinecke MS 625



Jackson Brothers Fellows

Rupert Goulding

The National Trust, United Kingdom

William Blathwayt’s acquisition of goods and materials from the colonies for use in building and furnishing Dyrham Park, UK, during the late seventeenth century


Philip Lockley

University of Oxford

God in Early Socialism: Theologies of Socialism in the Protestant Atlantic World, 1820-1860


Jonathan Olson

University of Liverpool

Humphrey Moseley, Literary Editor



H.P. Kraus Fellows

Louis Cellauro

Art and Money: Vasari's Earnings and Wealth


Matthew Ingalls

University of Puget Sound

Loyalty in Form and Treachery in Substance: Subtle Innovation in Fifteenth-Century Muslim Legal Commentaries


Randall McLeod

University of Toronto (retired)

Forensic Reading of Aldines, especially the five-volume Aristotle, 1495-98


Jennifer Rampling

University of Cambridge

Interpreting the 'Ripley Scrolls': Alchemy and Authority in England, 1450-1660



Mackinnon Family Fellow

Khristaan Villela

Santa Fe University of Art and Design / University of New Mexico

The Case of the Wayward Aztecs: Agostino Aglio and the Beinecke Panorama of the Aztec Migrations



James M. Osborn Fellows

Diana Barnes

The University of Queensland

The Politics of Emotion and Stoicism in the Writings of William Temple


Margaret Dalivalle

Osborn MS fb122 “Cooper Drawings”: A technical examination and identification of the models for an important group of seventeenth-century English traced drawings deriving from the studio of Richard Gibson, miniaturist



Frederick A. And Marion S. Pottle Fellow

Margaret Abruzzo

University of Alabama

Good People and Bad Behavior: Changing Views of Sin, Evil, and Moral Responsibility



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