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Graduate Fellows: Current & Past

Classics & Comparative Literature
H.P. Kraus Fellow
The Social Aesthetics of Tacitus' "Dialogus de Oratoribus"
2004-2005
American Studies
Jackson Brothers Fellow
Thoroughbred: The Development of the Blood-Horse in America, 1730-1933
2004-2005
Comparative Literature
Jackson Brothers Fellow
Figurations of Nostalgia in Romantic Literature and Thought
2004-2005
History
James M. Osborn Fellow
To Rule from Afar: The Overseas Council and the Making of the Brazilian West, 1642-1833
2004-2005
English Language and Literature & Renaissance Studies
James M. Osborn Fellow
Rage for Order: Imaginary Worlds in Early Modern Literature and Philosophy
2004-2005
Renaissance Studies & English Language and Literature
James M. Osborn Fellow
Towards an Individualist History: Life-writing in the English Restoration
2004-2005
French
John D. and Rose H. Jackson Fellow
The Poet, the Playwright, and the Pirate: Molière and Authorship in 17th-century France
2004-2005

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