2006-2007 Fellows | Newberry

2006-2007 Fellows

Long-Term Fellowships

Lloyd Lewis Fellow in American Art History

Kathleen Conzen
Professor of History, University of Chicago
Theorizing a Pluralist Democracy: The 19th Century German-American Debate

Susan Johnson
Associate Professor of History, University of Wisconsin at Madison
A Traffic in Men: The Old Maid, the Housewife, and Their Great Westerner

Mellon Postdoctoral Fellows in the Humanities

Sherwin Bryant
Assistant Professor of African American Studies and History, Northwestern University
Reclaiming Lives: Struggles for Mastery, Autonomy, and Rights in Colonial Quito, 1690-1810

Laura Edwards
Professor of History, Duke University
The People and Their Peace: The Re-Constitution of Governance in the American South, 1787-1840

Richard Wistreich
Lecturer in Music, University of Newcastle
Voice in the Construction of Late-Renaissance Noble Identity

Monticello College Foundation Fellow

Lisa Tetrault
Assistant Professor of History, Carnegie Mellon University
The Memory of a Movement: Re-Imagining Woman Suffrage in Reconstruction America, 1865-1890

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellows

David Karmon
Visiting Assistant Professor of History, Pennsylvania State University
To Refresh the Memory of Antiquity: The Renaissance Protection of Archeological Remains

Barbara Naddeo
Assistant Professor of History, The City College of New York
Birth of a Metropolis: Urban Politics and Cosmopolitan Knowledges in Early Modern Naples

Barry Sell
Special Education Department, John Marshall High School in Los Angeles
Writing Speech From Silence: Father Horacio Carochi, Nahuatl Scholar of New Spain

Dylan Penningroth
Associate Professor of History, Northwestern University
Law and Everyday Life Among Black Southerners, 1870-1930

Long-Term Faculty Fellows

Committee on Institutional Cooperation Faculty Fellow

Lucy Murphy
Associate Professor of History, Ohio State University
After the Fur Trade: Biracial Fur-Trade Families in a Changing Society

Associated Colleges of the Midwest Faculty Fellows

On the Road: Intercultural Encounters in Europe and the Americas

David George
Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Lake Forest College

Benjamin Goluboff
Associate Professor of English, Lake Forest College

Newberry Library Undergraduate Seminar Faculty Fellows

Constructing the Queen: Elizabeth I

Regina Buccola
Assistant Professor of Literature and Language, Roosevelt University

Celeste Chamberland
Assistant Professor of History, Roosevelt University
Constructing the Queen: Elizabeth I

Short-Term Fellowships

American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Fellow

Amit Yahav-Brown
Lecturer in English, University of Haifa
Moments; or, Time and the Novel

Audrey Lumsden-Kouvel Fellow

Carmen Nocentelli
Assistant Professor of English, University of New Mexico
Islands of Love: Europe, “India,” and Interracial Desire, 1572-1673

Lester J. Cappon Fellow in Documentary Editing

Jenny Adams
Assistant Professor of English, University of Massachusetts
William Caxton’s The Game and Playe of Chesse, 1483 (an edition)

Mark Bland
Senior Lecturer in English, DeMontfort University
The Poems and Prose of Ben Jonson

Committee on Institutional Cooperation Graduate Student Fellows

David Bernstein
Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
How the West Was Drawn: Geopolitics, Colonialism, and disunion on the Prairie-Plains and Eastern Plains, 1815-1861

Chantal M. Norrgard
Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of Minnesota
“The Chippewa Indian Was Always Self Supporting”: Ojibwe Work and Subsistence in Transformation in the Lake Superior Region, 1870-1942

Melissa L. Rohde
Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Working the “Enchanted Summer Land”:  Contesting Native American Labor, Politics, and Identities Through Tourism, 1880-1940

Cristina Stanciu
Ph.D. Candidate in English, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The Makings and Unmakings of Americans:  Indians and Immigrants in American Literature and Culture, 1880-1934

Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark
Ph.D. Candidate in American Studies, University of Minnesota
“We Think Our Country is a Large Matter to Us”:  Expressions of Anishinaabe Land Tenure in Treaty-Making

Jenny E. Tone-Pah-Hote
Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of Minnesota
Envisioning Nationhood:  Kiowa Expressive Culture, 1900-1945

Stuart David Willis
Ph.D. Candidate in History, Michigan State University
“He Felt Himself Far Above the Negro,” Native American Slaveholders and the Moravian Brethren: Reinterpreting Indian Slavery

Institute for the International Education of Students Faculty Fellows

Gillian O’Brien
Lecturer in the School of History and Archives, University College Dublin/IES Dublin
Newspaper Coverage of Ireland and the Irish, 1850-1890.  Chicago: A Case Study

Núria Vilanova
Instructor in Communication, IES Barcelona
Hispanic Societies and Transatlantic Perspectives

Midwest Modern Language Association Fellow

Toni Bowers
Associate Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania
Bearing False Witness: Deceit, Disguise, and Religious Resistance in British Writing and Cultures, 1661-1711

Susan Kelly Power and Helen Hornbeck Tanner Fellow

D. Anthony Tyeeme Clark
Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Roots of Red Power: American Indian Protest and Resistance, from Wounded Knee to Chicago

Rockefeller Foundation Fellows in the Humanities

Cheryl A. Metoyer
Chief Academic Affairs Officer, Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation / Associate Professor, University of Washington, Seattle
Native American Systems of Knowledge Curriculum Development Project

DeLyssa Karen Begay
Adjunct Instructor of English, Diné College / English Teacher, Chinle High School
American Indian Women: Shaped by History and Memory

Richard A. Monette
Associate Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin
History of the Bureau of Indian Affairs

South Central Modern Language Association Fellow

Julianne Newmark
Instructor of English, University of New Mexico
Neonativism and the Society of American Indians: Responses to Nativism in the Letters and Papers of Carlos Montezuma and Charles and Elaine Eastman

Short-Term Fellows in the History of Cartography

Carol Dickson
Teacher of English, The Putney School
Making Space: Women Teaching Geography in Nineteenth-Century America

Mary Zundo
Ph.D. Candidate in Art History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Mapping Destiny: Cartography and Nineteenth-Century American Art of the Frontier

Jon Hegglund
Assistant Professor of English, Washington State University
World Views: Literature and Geography Against the Nation-State

Newberry Library Short-Term Resident Fellows

Erlinda Alburo
Professor of Anthropology and Languages and Literature, University of San Carlos
Filling Gaps in Cebuano Local History

Antonella Barzazi
Assistant Professor of History, University of Napoli
Books, libraries and culture in Venice between the Counter-Reformation and the Enlightenment

W. Martin Bloomer
Associate Professor of Classics, University of Notre Dame

Daniel Sheerin
Professor of Classics, University of Notre Dame
A Study of the Fortunes of the “Distichs of Cato” for the Catalogus translationum et commentariorum.  Medieval and Renaissance Latin Translations and commentaries.  Annotated lists and guides.

William Brooks
Reader in Music, University of York
In—and after—Flanders Fields

Christopher Cantwell
Ph.D. Candidate in History, Cornell University
Bodies of Worship: Gender, Religion, and Congregation amongst Chicago’s Working People, 1870-1910

Fernando Chavarria-Mugica
Ph.D. Candidate in History, European University Institute
Collective identities, conflict management and cross-border relations: The clash of French and Spanish Basques in Newfoundland (1530-1700)

Marianne Constable
Professor of History and Law, University of California, Berkeley
Chicago Husband-Killing and the “New Unwritten Law”

Michael Eisenberg
Lecturing Artist in Music, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
Keyboard “Seconda Pratica” in Transmission: The Copper-Engraved Toccata Publications of Girolamo Frescobaldi

Alice Fahs
Associate Professor of History, University of California, Irvine
Newspaper Women and the Making of the Modern, 1885-1910

Alessia Frassani
Ph.D. Candidate in Art History, City University of New York
Art and Identity in Colonial Oaxaca.  Dominicans, Spaniards, and Mixtecs at the Convento of Yanhuitlan

Randall Goldberg
Ph.D. Candidate in Music, Indiana University
Vincenzo Galilei: Practical Solutions to Theoretical Problems

Isabelle His
Professor of Music, Université de Poitiers
Two Music Theory Treatises of the Seventeenth Century

Michelle Kaiserlian
Ph.D. Candidate in Art History, Indiana University
Artistic Responses to the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám in Great Britain and the United States, c. 1900-1940

Wayne Osborn
Ph.D. Candidate in Communications, University of California, San Diego
The Type of Arabic Letters: Calligraphy, Typography, and the Uses of the Arabic Alphabet

Theda Perdue
Professor of History, University of North Carolina
Indians in the Segregated South, 1865-1965

Scott Randolph
Ph.D. Candidate in History, Purdue University
Hope, Conflict and (re)Negotiation: Reading the Transportation Crisis of 1917 across the Political Economy of the 20th Century

Paul Rosier
Assistant Professor of History, Villanova University
“The Eyes of the World Are Upon Our Nation”: Native Americans in a Post-War World

Joanne van der Woude
Ph.D. Candidate in English, University of Virginia
Towards a Transatlantic Aesthetic: Immigration, Translation, Mourning in the Seventeenth Century

Daniel Wakelin
Fellow and Lecturer in English, Christ’s College, University of Cambridge
Corrections in Middle English: a survey of three poems

Arthur Weinberg Fellow

Jennifer Luff
Campaign Coordinator, Service Employees International Union
Judas Exposed: Labor Spies in the United States

Special Awards and Fellowships

Frances C. Allen Fellows

Patricia J. King
M.A. Candidate in History, Northern Arizona Univeristy
Saving Grace: Conflict and Conciliation Between American Indians and the Christian Church, 1830-1970

Rosalyn R. LaPier
Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of Montana
Blackfeet Cosmology and the Natural World

British Academy Exchange Fellows

To the British Academy:
Marty Gould
Adjunct Assistant Professor of English, University of Iowa
Role Britannia: Theatricality and Empire in the Victorian Period

Kirilka (Katy) Stavreva
Associate Professor of English, Cornell College
‘Words Like Daggers’: Injurious Female Speech in Early Modern England

Lisa Freeman
Associate Professor of English, University of Illinois at Chicago
Antitheatricality and the Body Public: From the Renaissance to the NEA (deferred from 2005)

To the Newberry Library:
Nicholas Fisher
Visiting Research Fellow, Institute of English Studies, University of London
The Preparation of a Bibliography of the Work of John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester

École des Chartes Exchange Fellows

To the École des Chartes:
Andrew J.M. Irving
Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of Notre Dame
Gospel Books as Ritual Objects in Eleventh-Century Montecassino

To the Newberry Library:
Eun-Young Kim
Archiviste Paléographe, École des Chartes
The Written Production of French Catholic Missionaries in Korea (19th c.)

Weiss/Brown Publication Subvention Awards

Margaret Bent
Senior Research Fellow in Music, All Souls College, Oxford University
Lucca, Archivio di Stato; Lucca, Archivio Arcivescovile; Pisa, Archivio Arcivescovile: The Lucca Choirbook
(University of Chicago Press)

Elizabeth L’Estrange
Fellow in Art History, The Leverhulme Trust
Gender, Dynasty, and Spectatorship: Female Viewers and Maternal Imagery in the Late Middle Ages
(Manchester University Press)

Nina Treadwell
Assistant Professor of Music, University of California at Santa Cruz
Music, Wonder, and the “Mystery of State”: The Medicean Interludes for “La pellegrina,” (1589)
(Indiana University Press)