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Graduate Fellows: Current & Past

Comparative Literature
General Beinecke Fellow
German Literature in the Age of Goethe
2004-2005
Sociology
General Beinecke Fellow
Contemporary Nationalisms of Indigenous People in Australia and the US
2004-2005
History
General Beinecke Fellow
The Old Hero, the Horse Thief and the Self-Made Martyr: John Brown in American Memory
2004-2005
History of Medicine
General Beinecke Fellow
Health Matters: The Public's Perception of Health, Ilness and Heath Care in 1950s America
2004-2005
African American Studies & History
General Beinecke Fellow
"Journeymen": Boxing and the Transnational Formations of Race, Gender, and Nation, 1890s to 1930s
2004-2005
English Language and Literature
Bartlett Giamatti Fellow
Lucretius and Early Modern Poetry
2004-2005
Germanic Languages and Literatures
General Beinecke Fellow
German Ballads of the 18th and 19th Centuries
2004-2005

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The exhibition gallery is closed while the library's building is under renovation.

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