Current Fellows (2016-2017)
James Conant, Chester D. Tripp Professor of Humanities, Philosophy
“Kant’s Critique of the Layer-Cake Conception of Human Mindedness”
Daniel Desormeaux, Professor, Romance Languages & Literatures
“The First Haitian Historians’ Account of the Making of a Free Black Republic”
Ghenwa Hayek, Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations
“'Carrying Africa’, Becoming Lebanese”
Robert Kendrick, Professor, Music and Romance Languages & Literatures
“Fruits of the Cross: Passiontide Music Theater in Habsburg Vienna”
Wei-Cheng Lin, Associate Professor, Art History
“Performative Architecture of China”
Sarah Nooter, Associate Professor, Classics
"The Mortal Voice in the Tragedies of Aeschylus”
Michael Rossi, Assistant Professor, History
“The Language Organ: A History of Embodied Speech in American Linguistics, 1900-2000”
Yuri Tsivian, William Colvin Professor, Art History, Cinema & Media Studies, and Slavic Languages & Literatures
“Montage: A History of Theory and Practice”
Rebecca Crisafulli, Doctoral Fellow, Romance Languages & Literatures
"Sincerity and Social Transformation in the Work of Louise d'Épinay"
Andrew Inchiosa, Doctoral Fellow, English Language & Literature
"Found among the Papers of the Early Republic"
Thomas Kelly, Doctoral Fellow, East Asian Languages & Civilizations
"Substantive Marks: The Poetics of Object Inscriptions in Early Modern China"
Branden Kosch, Doctoral Fellow, Classics
"Demosthenes and his Readers"
Daniela Licandro, Doctoral Fellow, East Asian Languages & Civilizations
"'I Must Confess': Life Writings and the Culture of Jiantao in Modern China"
Adhira Mangalagiri, Doctoral Fellow, Comparative Literature
"The World Within: Reading Colonial Literary Encounters between China and India"