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2014-2015 Research Fellows

Hearty congratulations to the new class of Beinecke Research Fellows and a special welcome to Rochelle Johnson, Logan Esdale, Jeremy Treglown, W. Scott Howard, Yiman Wang, Jeffrey Knight, Rebecca Bowler, Linda Leavell who will conduct their fellowship research in Yale Collection of American Literature collections.
Edith and Richard French Fellowship
Rochelle Johnson
The College of Idaho
The Daughter's Labors: Susan Fenimore Cooper's Legacy for America
Jeffrey Jackson
Rhodes College
The Soldiers With No Names: Two Women Who Fought the Nazis for Life, Love, and Art
Logan Esdale
Chapman University
The Life and Career of Gertrude Stein in Letters
Giada Viviani
Fondazione Giorgio Cini (Venice)
Late Seventeenth-Century Venetian Opera: French and Arcadian Connections
Donald C. Gallup Fellowship in American Literature
Jeremy Treglown
Hersey’s Wars: John Hersey, 1914-1993
W. Scott Howard
University of Denver
Archive and Artifact: Susan Howe’s Poetics
Yiman Wang
University of California Santa Cruz
Orientally Yours: Anna May Wong, Cosmopolitan Renegade in a Segregationist Era
Jeffrey Knight
University of Washington
The Critic and the Curator: Cleanth Brooks, Maynard Mack, and the Osborn Collection at Yale
Beinecke Library Visiting Fellowship
Luca Falciola
Catholic University, Milan, Italy
The Movement of 1977 in Italy between Creativity and Violence: A Research on Documentary Sources
A. Bartlett Giamatti Fellowship
Matthieu Scherman
École française de Rome
Tuscans’ Networks and the European Economy in the Fifteenth Century
Francesca Tancini
Federico Zeri Foundation, University of Bologna
Tossed off at odd moments: Walter Crane, Drawings and Black-books in Uncat MS Vault Crane
H.D. Fellowship in English or American Literature
Rebecca Bowler
Keele University
Dorothy Richardson Editions Project
Archibald Hanna Fellowship
Lori Flores
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Golden Brown City: Latinos and the Making of San Francisco
John D. and Rose H. Jackson Fellowship
Marianne Amar
Musée de l'histoire de l'immigration, Paris
A Lost Generation? Migratory Experiences, Social Trajectories, and Professional Transfers of "Elite" Refugees after 1945
H.P. Kraus Fellowship in Early Book & Manuscripts
Massimo Rospocher
University of Leeds and Italian-German Historical Institute (Trent)
Printer, Publisher, and Performer: Niccolò Zoppino at the Centre of Renaissance Printed and Oral Cultures.
James Freeman
British Library
The Past and Presentation in Ranulph Higden's 'Polychronicon':
The Dissemination and Readership of a Historical Work of Reference, c. 1330 - c. 1500.
Gaelle Coqueugniot
University of Exeter
Archival practices in Graeco-Roman Dura-Europos (Syria):
Diplomatics in the Durene parchments and papyri from the Beinecke Library
Milosz Czeslaw Fellowship
Magdalena Heydel
Jagiellonian University, Krakow
Czesłąw Miłosz as a Cultural Mediator for Post-war Polish Poetry
Mateusz Antoniuk
Jagiellonian University, commision contract
Czeslaw Milosz's Creative Writing Process
James M. Osborn Fellowship in English Literature & History
Kristen Block
Florida Atlantic University
Health, Disease, and the Enslaved Body in Thomas Thistlewood's Private Papers
Kerry Sinanan
University of the West of England
Slave Masters and the Language of Self: Thomas Thistlewood in Jamaica
Reese Fellowship in American Bibliography and the History of the Book in the Americas
Cristina Stanciu
Virginia Commonwealth University
The Makings and Unmakings of Americans:
Indians and Immigrants in American Literature and Culture, 1880-1924.
Betsy Beinecke Shirley Fellowship in American children's literature
Jo Conrad
CSU, East Bay
The Role of Emigre Artists/Illustrators in the American Popular Imagination
Ruth Stephan Fellowship
Linda Leavell
The Spirit of 291: A Group Biography of the Stieglitz Circle
Marjorie G. Wynne Fellowship in British Literature
Allan Johnson
City University of Hong Kong
Harold Acton in China, 1933-1939


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