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Current Newberry Fellows

2022-23

Newberry Long-Term Fellows

Giovanna Benadusi
Mellon Foundation Fellow
Professor of History, University of South Florida
Local Culture and Local Knowledge in the Last Wills of Early Modern Women

Wendy Castenell
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow
Assistant Professor of Art History, Washington and Lee University
‘Old Kentucky Home’: Nostalgia and Salvage Ethnography in Helen Balfour Morrison’s Kentucky Photographs

Leslie M. Harris
David L. Wagner Distinguished Fellow
Professor of History, Northwestern University
Leaving New Orleans: A Personal Urban History

Ren Heintz
Richard H. Brown/William Lloyd Barber Fellow
Assistant Professor of Literature, California State University, Los Angeles
Queer Attachments: Sex, Desire, and Racism in Early America

Craig Koslofsky
Audrey Lumsden Kouvel Fellow
Professor of History, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
The Deep Surface: Skin in the Early Modern World, 1450-1750

Naa Oyo Kwate
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow
Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Human Ecology, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
The Corner Liquor Store in Urban Black America

Marisa Libbon
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow
Associate Professor of Literature, Bard College
The Medieval Rumor Mill: Technology, Labor, and the Circulation of Popular Culture

Emily MacGillvray
Lloyd Lewis Fellow in American History
Assistant Professor of History, Northland College
Navigating the Currents: Indigenous Women, Politics, and Property in the Borderland Great Lakes, 1745 to 1845

Miguel Martinez
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow
Associate Professor of Literature, University of Chicago
Third New World. Colonial Manila and the Global Renaissance

Florin-Stefan Morar
Evelyn Dunbar and Ruth Dunbar Davee Fellow
Assistant Professor of History, Marquette University
Connected Cartographies: World Maps in the Encounters between China and the West

Maria Vittoria Spissu
Assistant Professor (RTDB), European Art History in the Early Modern Age, University of Bologna
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellow
Communities of Concord: Building Contentment and Belonging through Emotional Images in Early Modern Europe and Beyond

Miriam Wendling
Richard H. Brown/William Lloyd Barber and Mellon Foundation Fellow
Postdoctoral Scholar in Musicology, KU Leuven
Translating Liturgy: Late Medieval Dutch-language Rubrics for Women’s Communities

Molly G. Yarn
The Monticello College Foundation Fellowship for Women and Mellon Foundation Fellow
Independent Scholar, Literature
Women Printers and the English Book Trade, 1640-1665