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Graduate Fellows: Current & Past

French
John D. and Rose H. Jackson Fellow
The Poet, the Playwright, and the Pirate: Molière and Authorship in 17th-century France
2004-2005
David Nugent School of Drama
John D. and Rose H. Jackson Fellow
The Boy Who Jumped into the Sea
2004-2005
American Studies
MacKinnon Family Fellow
Reading Between the Lines: Indians, Slaves, and Surveyors in the Alabama Borderlands, 1790s-1820s
2004-2005
History
General Beinecke Fellow
US-Mexican War, 1846-1916
2004-2005
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

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