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Graduate Fellows: Current & Past

African American Studies & American Studies
Donald C. Gallup Fellow
US Popular Culture and Political Activism
2004-2005
English Language and Literature
Donald C. Gallup Fellow
Uncloseting Drama: Modernism's Queer Theaters
2004-2005
School of Drama
Donald C. Gallup Fellow
A Play Set at Yale in 1914
2004-2005
African American Studies & History
Donald C. Gallup Fellow
Resistance, Identity, and Meaning in the Life and Work of Fredi Washington, 1920-1950
2004-2005
Music
Edith and Richard French Fellow
Dramatic and Narrative Representation in Handel's Operas
2004-2005
History
Frederick W. Beinecke Fellow
Indian Labor in 19th-century California: A Comparative Study of Rancho Petaluma, Rancho Arroyo del Chico, and New Helvetia
2004-2005
Renaissance Studies & English English Language and Literature
H.P. Kraus Fellow
Dual Heroism and Christian Redemption in Spenser and Milton
2004-2005

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