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Graduate Fellows: Current & Past

Department of American Studies
Beinecke Library Graduate and Professional Fellow
Passing Strange – Autobiographical Hoaxes and American Identity
2003-2004
Department of English Language and Literature
Beinecke Library Graduate and Professional Fellow
Disinterested Acquisition: Museums and Libraries in the Works of Edith Wharton and Marianne Moore
2003-2004
Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Beinecke Library Graduate and Professional Fellow
Russia and England: Empire, Nationhood, and Self-Definition in Modernist and Late Modernist Prose
2003-2004
Department of History
Beinecke Library Graduate and Professional Fellow
"All Men Up": The Challenge of Black Progressivism on the Oklahoma Frontier, 1889 – 1930
2003-2004
Department of English Language and Literature
Beinecke Library Graduate and Professional Fellow
Describing City Space: Middle English Literary Demarcations of the Medieval Urban Community
2003-2004
Department of Music
Beinecke Library Graduate and Professional Fellow
An Interdisciplinary Study of Vocal Genres and the Pastoral in the Music of Alessandro Scarlatti, 1693 – 1701
2003-2004
Department of American Studies
Beinecke Library Graduate and Professional Fellow
Negotiating the North: Environment and Development on the Alaskan Frontier
2003-2004

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