Fellows of the Center, 1978–2019

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Fellows of the National Humanities Center are listed with the years during which they held fellowships, their university departments or principal fields of study, the institutions with which they were affiliated at the time of their fellowships, and the titles of the projects they undertook at the Center.


  • Richard Owen Abel (1988–89)
    Film Studies, Drake University
    A History of French Cinema, 1906–1914
  • Joni Adamson (2018–19)
    Environmental Humanities, Arizona State University
    Desirable Futures: Cosmovisions, Climate Fiction and Film, and New Constellations of Practice in the Environmental Humanities
  • Joseph Adelson (1978-79)
    Psychology, University of Michigan
    Adolescent Political Thinking
  • John T. Agresto (1978-79)
    Political Science, Kenyon College
    Civic Morality and Democratic Government
  • Leila Ahmed (1982-83)
    English, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    A Common Past: Women in Middle Eastern History
  • Rafiuddin Ahmed (1999-2000)
    History, Elmira College
    Religious Symbols and Political Mobilization: The Bengal Muslims 1905-1947
  • Michael Alexander (1983-84)
    Classics, University of Illinois-Chicago
    Ordinary Crime in the Late Roman Republic
  • Azizah al-Hibri (2000-01)
    Law, University of Richmond
    The Muslim Marriage Contract in America
  • Wye J. Allanbrook (1986-87, 2003-04)
    Musicology, University of California, Berkeley
    (1) Characteristic Styles in Classic Music: A Study in the Theory of Musical Expression
    (2) Happy Endings: Comic Musical Theater from Lully to Sondheim
  • John J. Allen (1989-90)
    Spanish, University of Kentucky
    Commercial Playhouses in Golden Age Spain
  • Robert C. Allen (1986–87)
    Film Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Nineteenth-Century Popular Entertainment
  • Valia Allori (2017–18)
    Philosophy, Northern Illinois University
    Quantum Mechanics and its Metaphysics: Primitive Ontology, Metaphysical Neutrality, and the Role of the Wave Function in Quantum Theories
  • José Amador (2017–18)
    History, Miami University
    Transitioning in Brazil: Gender Policing, Trans Activism, and the Politics of Health
  • David Richard Ambaras (2014–15)
    History, North Carolina State University
    Empire of Drifters: Life and Death on the Margins of Japan’s Asia
  • Barbara R. Ambros (2013–14)
    Religion, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Shamans, Nuns, and Demons: Women in Japanese Religions
  • Sahar Amer (2005-06)
    Asian & International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Border Crossings: Representations of Gender in Medieval French and Arabic Literatures
  • Fred Anderson (2012-13)
    History, University of Colorado, Boulder
    Imperial America, 1672-1764
  • Judith H. Anderson (1995-96)
    English, Indiana University
    Translations: The Limits of Metaphor in Early Modern England
  • Quentin Anderson (1979-80)
    English, Columbia University
    Individualism and Consensus in the United States
  • T. J. Anderson (1996-97)
    Musicology, Tufts University
    A Work for Clarinet and String Quartet
  • Robert Mark Antliff (2003-04)
    Art History, Duke University
    The Advent of Fascism: Myth, Art, and Ideology in France
  • Audrey L. Anton (2018–19)
    Philosophy, Western Kentucky University
    Aristotle’s Vice
  • Carla Maria Antonaccio (1999-2000)
    Classical Studies, Wesleyan University
    Excavating Colonization
  • Louise M. Antony (1989-90)
    Philosophy, North Carolina State University
    Meanings: Inside and Out
  • Maroun Aouad (2000-01)
    Philosophy, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
    The Fate of the Arabic Commentaries on Aristotle’s “Rhetoric” in the Latin Middle Ages and the Renaissance
  • K. Anthony Appiah (1990-91)
    Philosophy, Duke University
    Idealization and Human Understanding
  • Lorraine V. Aragon (2010-11)
    Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Arts and Owners: Intellectual Property, Cultural Heritage, and Indonesian Arts
  • Yehoshua Arieli (1979-80)
    History, Hebrew University
    History and Politics
  • David R. Armitage (1996-97)
    History, Columbia University
    The Ideological Origins of the British Empire
  • A. James Arnold (1989-90)
    Comparative Literature, University of Virginia
    (Re)-Writing the Caribbean; Essay in Literary Historiography
  • Ásta (Ásta Kristjana Sveinsdóttir) (2016–17)
    Philosophy, San Francisco State University
    Categories We Live By
  • Keletso E. Atkins (1995-96)
    History, University of Michigan
    “Questionable Haven”: South Africa as an Immigration Site for Freed Slaves and Their Descendants from North America, c. 1784-1870
  • Derek Attridge (2014–15, 2016–17)
    English Language and Literature, University of York, UK
    Poetry in Performance from Homer to the Renaissance: The Middle Ages

  • Ana M. Bacigalupo (2009-10)
    Anthropology, State University of New York, Buffalo
    Shamanic Memory and Historical Consciousness: The Making of Francisca Colipe and Her Mapuche Community in Chile
  • Ernst Badian (1988-89)
    Ancient History, Harvard University
    (1) Studies on Alexander the Great
    (2) The Consuls of the Roman Republic, 200-49 B.C.
  • Tista Bagchi (2001-02)
    Linguistics, University of Delhi, India
    The Simplex Sentence as a Unit of Grammar and Reasoning
  • Kurt Baier (1979-80)
    Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh
    The Moral Order
  • Herbert Bailey (1983-84)
    Scholarly Publishing, Princeton University Press
    Distinguished Visitor
  • Jordanna Bailkin (2003-04)
    History, University of Washington
    The Absence of Murder: Whiteness and Crime in the British Empire
  • Houston Baker, Jr. (1982-83)
    English, University of Pennsylvania
    African-American Narrative and the Anthropology of Art
  • Lee D. Baker (2003-04)
    Anthropology, Duke University
    Anthropology and the Racial Politics of Culture, 1892-1968
  • Lynne Baker (1983-84)
    Philosophy, Middlebury College
    Realism and Moral Action
  • Shaul Bakhash (1983-84)
    Middle Eastern Studies, Unaffiliated
    Islam and Commerce in Iran
  • Anthony P. Bale (2012-13)
    English, Birkbeck College, University of London
    Remaking Calvary and the Legible Landscape: Memory and Feeling in Space and Time
  • Allen Ballard (1980-81)
    Government, City College of New York
    The Emergence of the Black Middle Class–the Case of Philadelphia
  • Edward J. Balleisen (2009-10)
    History, Duke University
    Suckers, Swindlers, and an Ambivalent State: A History of Commercial Fraud in America
  • Angelika Bammer (1989-90)
    German, Emory University
    Mother Tongues and Other Strangers: Discourses of Foreignness in Twentieth-Century Literature
  • William Banks (1981-82)
    African-American Studies, University of California, Berkeley
    Intellectualism, Ethnic Commitment, and the Shaping of Black Scholarship
  • Lance Banning (1986-87)
    History, University of Kentucky
    James Madison and the Founding, 1780-1792
  • Weihong Bao (2018–19)
    Film and Media Studies, University of California, Berkeley
    Background Matters: Set Design and the Art of Environment in Modern China
  • Lluis Barbe-Duran (1979-80)
    Economics, University Autonoma, Barcelona
    Distribution Theory: Gifts, Shifts and Thrifts
  • Malcolm G. Barber (1998-99)
    History, University of Reading
    The Cathars
  • Ian Barbour (1980-81)
    Religion and Physics, Carleton College
    Energy Options and Human Values
  • Peter Winthrop Bardaglio (1999-2000)
    History, Goucher College
    Rape by Fraud: Men, Women, and Sexual Assault in the Nineteenth-Century South
  • Evelyn Barish (1993-94)
    English, City University of New York
    Paul de Man in his Times
  • Karen Barkey (1997-98)
    Sociology, Columbia University
    Divergent Paths to Nationhood in the Early Twentieth Century
  • Mary E. Barnard (1994-95)
    Spanish, Pennsylvania State University
    The Gods in Garcilaso de la Vega: Renaissance Rewritings of Pagan Myths
  • Dorit Bar-On (2009-10)
    Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Expression, Action, and Meaning
  • Juliana Barr (2018–19)
    History, Duke University
    La Dama Azul: A Native Story of Colonialism
  • William Barrett (1981-82)
    Philosophy, New York University
    Mind in Modern Philosophy: From Descartes to the Computer
  • Katherine T. Bartlett (1992-93)
    Law, Duke University
    Negotiating Tradition in Law: An Historicist Approach
  • Christopher Baswell (1993-94)
    English, Barnard College
    Contested Words in the High Middle Ages
  • Bradley William Bateman (1999-2000)
    Economics, Grinnell College
    The Force of the River Itself: The Social Gospel and American Economics
  • Anne Margaret Baxley (2003-04)
    Philosophy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
    Kant’s Theory of Virtue: The Importance of Autocracy
  • Edna G. Bay (1993-94)
    History, Emory University
    Women and Power in Dahomey (West Africa)
  • Mia Elisabeth Bay (2009-10)
    History, Rutgers University
    The Ambidexter Philosopher: Thomas Jefferson in Black Thought, 1776-1877
  • Michael Bayles (1984-85)
    Philosophy, University of Western Ontario
    Principles of Law
  • Robert M. Beachy (2006-07)
    History, Goucher College
    Gay Metropolis: Berlin and the Creation of Modern Homosexuality, 1890-1933
  • George P. Bealer (1992-93)
    Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder
    Philosophical Limits of Science
  • Joseph Beatty (1978-79)
    Philosophy, Williams College
    A Rational Justification of Moral Principles
  • Harlan Ray Beckley (1995-96)
    Religion, Washington & Lee University
    Equality of Opportunity: Revising and Renewing a Neglected Idea
  • Sarah T. Beckwith (1994-95, 2012-13)
    (1) English, University of Pittsburgh: Signifying God: Social Relation and Symbolic Act in York’s Play of Corpus Christi
    (2) English, Duke University: Shakespeare and the Names of Action
  • Jason D. BeDuhn (2009-10)
    Religious Studies, Northern Arizona University
    Digital Enhancement, Editing, Translation, and Analysis of the “Dublin Kephalaia”
  • Erin Beeghly (2016-17)
    Philosophy, University of Utah
    Seeing Difference: The Ethics and Epistemology of Stereotyping
  • Tom Beghin (2002-03)
    Musicology, University of California-Los Angeles
    Performing Rhetoric: Joseph Haydn’s Keyboard Sonatas as Musical Orations
  • Nicola K. Beisel (1998-99)
    Sociology & American Studies, Northwestern University
    Race and the Politics of Abortion in America
  • Janet L. Beizer (1998-99)
    French, University of Virginia
    Vicarious Lives: Autobiography in Contemporary Women’s Biography
  • David F. Bell (1990-91)
    French, Duke University
    Circumstances: Chance in the Literary Text
  • Barbara Bellows Rockefeller (1985-86)
    History, Middlebury College
    Tempering the Wind: The Southern Response to Urban Poverty, 1820-1860
  • Hedva Ben-Israel (1985-86)
    History, Hebrew University
    Moral Judgment in Modern Historiography
  • Philip J. Benedict (1993-94)
    History, Brown University
    Calvinism and Society: The Reformed Tradition in Europe to 1700
  • Judith M. Bennett (1993-94)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Women’s Work in a Changing World: Women and Brewing in England, c. 1200-1600
  • C. David Benson (1983-84)
    English, University of Connecticut
    Poetic Variety and Conflict in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
  • Susan Porter Benson (1992-93)
    History, University of Missouri-Columbia
    Working-Class Families in the World of Consumption, 1880-1960
  • Martin Berger (2015–16)
    History of Art, University of California, Santa Cruz
    Inventing Stereotype: Race, Art, and 1920s America
  • Charles Bergquist (1980-81)
    History, Duke University
    Workers in the Export Sector and Twentieth-Century Latin American History: Six Case Studies
  • Theodore A. Bergren (1998-99)
    Religion, University of Richmond
    Commentaries on 5 and 6 Ezra
  • Philip Berk (1984-85)
    French, University of Rochester
    Rabelaisian Hermeneutics: Pantagruel
  • Paul F. Berliner (1996-97, 2010-11)
    (1) Ethnomusicology, Northwestern University: Creativity, Transmission, and Change in Zimbabwe’s Mbira Music Community: 1971-97
    (2) Ethnomusicology, Duke University: The Art of Mbira: A Forty-Year Study of the Repertory and Creative Practices of Africa’s Unique Musical Instrument
  • Harold J. Berman (1979-80)
    Law, Harvard University
    The Western Legal Tradition
  • Reinhard Bernbeck (2015–16)
    Archaeology, Freie Universität Berlin
    Material Traces of Nazi Terror: Reflections on History, Experience, and Memory
  • Celeste-Marie Bernier (2016–17)
    Race, Ethnicity, and Post-Colonial Studies, University of Edinburgh
    Living Parchments: Artistry and Authorship in the Life and Works of Frederick Douglass
  • Michael A. Bernstein (1989-90)
    History, University of California, San Diego
    American Economics in the American Century: The State and Modern Economic Thought
  • Neil Warren Bernstein (2011-12)
    Classics, Ohio University
    Narrative, Equity, and Community in the Pseudo-Quintilianic Major Declamations
  • Sara Bernstein (2015–16)
    Philosophy, Duke University
    What Might Have Been: Causation and Possibility
  • Daina R. Berry (2007-08, 2008-09)
    History, Michigan State University
    Appraised, Bartered, and Sold: The Value of Human Chattels, 1790-1865
  • Mary Elizabeth Berry (2014–15)
    History, University of California, Berkeley
    Why Work So Hard? Opportunity, Profit, and Pleasure in Early Modern Japan
  • Sylvia Ann Berryman (2001-02)
    Philosophy, Ohio State University
    Attraction and the Power of the Void
  • Lance Bertelson (1983-84)
    English, University of Texas at Austin
    John Wilkes and the Popular Media
  • Alan Beyerchen (1984-85)
    History of Science, Ohio State University
    James Franck and the Social Responsibility of the Scientist
  • Anat Biletzki (2014–15)
    Philosophy, Quinnipiac University
    Philosophical Investigations into Human Rights
  • Jodi Bilinkoff (1999-2000)
    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    Confession and the Construction of Identities 1450-1750
  • Henry C. Binford (1990-91)
    History, Northwestern University
    The Invention of the Slum in America, 1840-1890
  • Colin P. Bird (2008-09)
    Politics, University of Virginia
    Communities of Respect
  • Robert L. Bireley, S.J. (1998-99)
    History, Loyola University Chicago
    The Jesuits and the Thirty Years War
  • Rüdiger Bittner (2009-10)
    Philosophy, University of Bielefeld, Germany
    Do We Have a Will?
  • Richard Bjornson (1982-83)
    Comparative Literature, Ohio State University
    Literature and National Identity in Cameroon
  • Max Black (1986-88)
    Philosophy, Cornell University
    Models of Rationality
  • Kalman P. Bland (2002-03)
    Religion, Duke University
    Animals, Technology, and Souls: Human Identity in Medieval Jewish Thought
  • Paula Carin Blank (2001-02, 2012-13)
    English & American Literature, College of William and Mary
    (1) On Equal Terms: Shakespeare and the (Mis-)Measurement of Renaissance Man
    (2) Shakespeare and Modern English
  • Vincent A. Blasi (1993-94, 1995-96)
    Law, Columbia University Law School
    The Ideas of the First Amendment
  • Geoffrey Blodgett (1980-81)
    History, Oberlin College
    The Presidencies of Grover Cleveland
  • Nicolas Jan Bock (2008-09)
    Art History, University of Lausanne
    About Titles
  • Mark Evan Bonds (1995-96)
    Music, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Music of Ideas: The Culture of the Symphony in the Age of Beethoven
  • Matthew Booker (2016–17)
    History, North Carolina State University
    The Oyster and the City: The Rise and Fall of the Edible City, 1870–1930
  • Joseph Allen Boone (2009-10)
    English, University of Southern California
    The Homoerotics of Orientalism: Mappings of Male Desire in Narratives of the Near and Middle East
  • William James Booth (1987-88)
    Political Science, Duke University
    Masters and Servants: Reflections on Marxism and Its Origins
  • Francesca M. Bordogna (2006-07)
    History, Northwestern University
    Traveling Philosophers: The Constitution of an International Pragmatist Network, 1890-1920
  • Daniel Ethan Bornstein (2003-04)
    History, Texas A&M University
    An Italian Church: Religion, Culture, and Society in Late Medieval Cortona
  • Luca Boschetto (2001-02)
    Modern Languages-Italian, independent scholar, Florence, Italy
    Economy, Politics and Law in Renaissance Florence: The Court of the Mercanzia, 1394-1577
  • William J. Bouwsma (1983-85)
    History, University of California, Berkeley
    John Calvin
  • Bernard Romaric Boxill (1985-86)
    Philosophy, University of South Florida
    Moral Issues in Development
  • Barbara Weiden Boyd (2014–15)
    Classics, Bowdoin College
    Ovid’s Homer: Tradition, Authority, and Epic Reception
  • Muriel C. Bradbrook (1978-79, 1980-81)
    English, University of Cambridge
    (1) John Webster: Citizen and Dramatist
    (2) Drama and Society in London, 1600-1616
  • Graham R. Bradshaw (1989-90)
    English, University of St. Andrews
    Poetic Drama and Music Drama as Metaphor
  • Andrea Brady (2018–19)
    English Language and Literature, Queen Mary University of London
    Poetry and Bondage: A New History of Lyric
  • Thomas A. Brady (2001-02)
    History, University of California-Berkeley
    German Histories in the Age of Reformation
  • Jessica C. Brantley (2008-09)
    English, Yale University
    Medieval Ways of Seeing: Image, Text, Artifact
  • Theresa Braunschneider (2005-06)
    English, Washington and Lee University
    Reforming the Coquette: Consumption, Education, and Female Sexuality in British Literature, 1660-1750
  • Padraig A. Breatnach (2000-01)
    Irish Language, University College, Dublin
    Catalogue of Irish Manuscripts, Brussels
  • Timothy H. Breen (1983-84, 1995-96)
    History, Northwestern University
    (1) A Social and Cultural History of Early America, 1607-1763
    (2) An Empire of Goods
  • Winifred Breines (2001-02)
    Sociology, Northeastern University
    The Trouble Between Us: White Women, Black Women, The Movement Years
  • Holly Brewer (2009-10)
    History, North Carolina State University
    “Inheritable Blood”: Of Slavery and Freedom, Aristocracy and Empire in Early Virginia and the British Atlantic
  • Alan Brinkley (1988-89)
    History, Harvard University
    The Transformation of New Deal Liberalism, 1937-1945
  • Cynthia J. Brokaw (2012-13)
    History, Brown University
    Transforming the Frontier: Education, Book Culture, and the Rise of “Sichuan Learning”
  • Christopher W. Brooks (1989-90)
    History, Durham University
    Law, Politics and Society in England, 1485-1660
  • Cleanth Brooks (1979-81)
    English, Yale University
    1979-80: Literary Interpretation; 1980-81: The Relation of Extrinsic to Intrinsic in Literary Criticism
  • Thomas David Brothers (2003-04)
    Musicology, Duke University
    Crossing and Passing in Musical New Orleans, 1890-1920
  • Peter W. H. Brown (1978-79)
    Classics, The British Academy
    Gibbon’s Use of His Sources
  • Thomas Brown (2015–16)
    History, University of South Carolina, Columbia
    The Reconstruction of American Memory: Civic Monuments of the Civil War
  • Vincent Aaron Brown (2011-12)
    History, Duke University
    The Coromantee Wars: An Archipelago of Insurrection
  • Christopher R. Browning (2006-07)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Remembering Survival: The Factory Slave Labor Camps of Starachowice, Poland
  • William C. Brumfield (1992-93)
    Slavic Studies, Tulane University
    National Identity in 19th-century Russian Architecture
  • W. Fitzhugh Brundage (1995-96)
    History, Queen’s University
    Making History: Historical Memory in the American South, 1880 to the Present
  • Kristen E. Brustad (2005-06)
    Middle Eastern Studies, Emory University
    Arabic from Empire to Nation: A Study in Language Ideology
  • Caroline Astrid Bruzelius (2003-04)
    Art History, Duke University
    The Mendicant Challenge and the Cathedral Response: Lay Burial and its Impact on the Medieval City
  • Chad Carl Bryant (2009-10)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Encountering Prague: Place and Everyday Life in a Central European City
  • Allen E. Buchanan (2001-02)
    Philosophy, University of Arizona
    Humanitarian Intervention, Ethics, and the Rule of Law
  • Theodore E. Buehrer (2006-07)
    Musicology, Kenyon College
    Mary’s Ideas: Mary Lou Williams’ Development as a Big Band Composer
  • Marcus Graham Bull (2014–15)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Eyewitness and Narration: Texts of Conflict and Cultural Encounter between the Eleventh and Sixteenth Centuries
  • Melissa M. Bullard (1998-99)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Letters of Lorenzo de’Medici and the Language of Diplomacy in the Renaissance
  • David Neale Bunn (2011-12)
    English, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
    An Unnatural State: Boundary Identities in South Africa’s Kruger National Park
  • Richard M. Burian (1991-92)
    Philosophy, Virginia Polytechnic Inst. & State University
    Handling Heredity: A Century of Heredity in French Biology
  • Trevor G. Burnard (2008-09)
    History, University of Warwick
    Tropical Transformations: St. Domingue, Jamaica and the Making of Racial Order
  • Scott Burnham (1998-99)
    Music, Princeton University
    Mozart, Schubert, and the Music of Romantic Subjectivity
  • Kathryn Jane Burns (2002-03)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Truth and Consequences: Scribes and the Colonization of Latin America
  • Orville Vernon Burton (1994-95)
    History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Localism and Nationalism in the Confederacy: Community in Crisis
  • Jonathan Andrew Bush (1998-99)
    Law, Santa Clara University
    The American Nuremberg Trials, 1946-1949
  • Richard L. Bushman (1991-92)
    History, Columbia University
    Farm Life in Early America, 1700-1850
  • Amy T. Bushnell (2009-10)
    History, independent scholar
    Containing the Atlantic World in the Americas, 1493-1825
  • James Michael Buzard (1997-98)
    Literature, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Anywhere’s Nowhere: Fictions of Autoethnography in the United Kingdom
  • Judith Ann-Marie Byfield (2007-08)
    Africana Studies, Cornell University
    “The Great Upheaval” — The Egba Women’s Tax Revolt: Gender and Nationalist Politics in Nigeria, 1945-1954

  • Douglas Campbell (2016-17)
    Religion, Duke University Divinity School
    Depicting Paul: The Book of Acts and History
  • Mary Baine Campbell (1997-98)
    English, Brandeis University
    Wonder and Science: The Literatures of Travel, Fantasy and Anthropology, 1557-1726
  • David N. Cannadine (2005-06)
    History, University of London
    The Penguin History of Nineteenth-Century Britain
  • Nicholas Canny (1986-87)
    History, University College, Galway
    Ireland in the English Colonial System, 1580-1700
  • Charles H. Capper (1994-95, 2002-03)
    (1) History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Margaret Fuller: The Public Years
    (2) History, Boston University: The Transcendentalist Moment: Romantic Intellect and America’s Democratic Awakening
  • Charles Caramello (1984-85)
    English, University of Maryland
    Henry James, Gertrude Stein, and the Location of Self
  • Sebastián Carassai (2016–17)
    History, University of Buenos Aires
    Eclipsed Histories: The Sixties and Seventies in Argentina from a Microhistorical Perspective
  • Luis E. Cárcamo-Huechante (2013–14)
    Spanish/Portuguese, University of Texas, Austin
    The Sounds of an Indigenous Nation: Sonic Poetics and Politics in Contemporary Mapuche Culture in Chile
  • Charles Carlton (1985-86)
    History, North Carolina State University
    Archbishop William Laud, 1573-1645
  • David L. Carlton (1994-95)
    History, Vanderbilt University
    Strategies of Southern Development: The Case of North Carolina, 1865-1945
  • Annemarie Weyl Carr (1998-99)
    Art History, Southern Methodist University
    Pursuing the Life of an Icon: The Panagia of Kykkos
  • Vincent Carretta (1983-84)
    English, University of Maryland
    The Satiric Career of George III
  • David Carrier (2006-07)
    Philosophy & Art History, Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Institute of Art
    A Multicultural Art History
  • Peter J. Carroll (2015–16)
    History, Northwestern University
    “This Age of Suicide”: Modernity, Society, and Self in China, 1900–1957
  • John Samuel Carson (2003-04)
    History, University of Michigan
    Mental Ability and Medical Jurisprudence in Nineteenth-Century England and America
  • Dan T. Carter (1990-91)
    History, Emory University
    George Wallace and the Transformation of American Politics, 1963-1976
  • J. Kameron Carter (2006-07)
    Religion, Duke University
    Du Bois, Religion, and the Black Intellectual Imagination, 1888-1935
  • Timothy Carter (2015–16)
    Music, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Let ’Em Eat Cake: Political Musical Theater in 1930s America
  • Scott E. Casper (2005-06)
    History, University of Nevada, Reno
    Sarah Johnson’s Mount Vernon: African-American Life at an American Shrine, from Slavery to Jim Crow
  • Lisa Earl Castillo (2018–19)
    African Diaspora Studies, Independent Scholar Between Memory, Myth and History: Atlantic Voyages in the Rise of an Afro-Brazilian Temple (Bahia, Brazil, 1810–1910)
  • Douglass Cater (1990-91)
    Public Affairs, Washington College
    (1) The Small Liberal Arts College: Prospects for the Future
    (2) A Retrospective on Life among American Politicians
  • Hiram Caton (1982-83)
    Philosophy, Griffith University
    The Politics of Progress
  • Steven C. Caton (1992-93)
    Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz
    War and Word: Dialectics of Violence and Mediation in Tribal Yemen
  • Andrew Cayton (2012-13)
    History, Miami University
    Imperial America, 1672-1764
  • Christopher S. Celenza (2003-04)
    History, Michigan State University
    Intellectuals and Ritual: Late Antiquity and the Search for Ancient Wisdom in Early Modern Europe
  • John W. Cell (1988-89)
    History, Duke University
    Biography of Lord Hailey (1872-1969)
  • Jane Censer (1983-84)
    History, American University
    The Old Elite Faces the New Order: Virginia and North Carolina Planters, 1860-1885
  • William Chafe (1981-82)
    History, Duke University
    Coming of Age: A Social History of the United States, 1940-1980
  • Ruth Elizabeth Chang (2009-10)
    Philosophy, Rutgers University
    Making It Matter
  • James Chappel (2018–19)
    History, Duke University
    Old Volk: The Invention of Old Age in a Global Germany
  • George A. Chauncey, Jr. (1996-97)
    History, University of Chicago
    American Culture and the Making of the Modern Gay World, 1935-1975
  • Jinhua Chen (2013–14)
    Asian Studies, University of British Columbia, Canada
    Sacred Bone: Relic-Worship in Medieval China
  • Roger Chickering (2004-05)
    History, Georgetown University
    Total War in a Lovely Place: A Cultural History of Freiburg, 1914-1918
  • Catherine Marie Chin (2007-08)
    Religion, University of California, Davis
    The Momentum of the Word: Rufinus of Aquileia and the Birth of Christian Literature
  • Kyeong-Hee Choi (2005-06)
    East Asian Studies, University of Chicago
    Rewritten in Divided Korea: Colonial Literature as a History, 1945-1960
  • Stanley Chojnacki (1989-90)
    History, Michigan State University
    (1) Venetian Society; Late Middle Ages to Renaissance
    (2) Decades of Wifehood: Gender & Society in the Venetian Patriciate, 1300-1500
  • David G. Christian (2006-07)
    History, San Diego State University
    Inner Eurasian History
  • Thomas D. Christiano (1999-2000)
    Philosophy, University of Arizona
    Philosophical Foundations of Democracy
  • George Christie (1980-81)
    Legal Philosophy, Duke University
    Philosophical Insights into the State Action Problem
  • Nicholas Christy (1978-79)
    Medicine, Columbia University
    The Profession of Medicine in America Today
  • Julia Ann Clancy-Smith (2004-05)
    History, University of Arizona
    The School on Rue du Pacha, Tunis: Educating Muslim Girls in Colonial North Africa, c. 1880-1920
  • Anna K. Clark (1990-91)
    History, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    Gender and the Making of the English Working Class
  • David Stuart Clark (1999-2000)
    History, University of Wales, Swansea
    Visual Reality in Early Modern Europe
  • Elizabeth A. Clark (1988-89, 2001-02)
    Religion & Theology, Duke University
    (1) The Social History of the Origenist Controversy
    (2) Rewriting the History of Early Christianity
  • John G. Clark (1981-82)
    History, University of Kansas
    U.S. Fuel Resource Policies, 1916-1947
  • Suzannah Clark (2010-11)
    Musicology, Harvard University
    Quirks in Tonality: Aspects in the History of Tonal Space
  • Graeme W. Clarke (1991-92)
    Ancient History, Australian National University
    The Letters and Fragments of Dionysius of Alexandria
  • Randolph K. Clarke (2012-13)
    Philosophy, Florida State University
    Omissions: Agency, Metaphysics, and Responsibility
  • Carol Clover (2008-09)
    Film Studies, Rhetoric, and Scandinavian, University of California, Berkeley
    The People’s Plot: Trials, Movies, and the Adversarial Imagination
  • A. W. Coats (1983-84)
    Economics, University of Nottingham
    A History of the American Economic Association, 1885-1895
  • C. Rhonda Cobham-Sander (1994-95)
    English, Amherst College
    Gender and National Identity in Postcolonial African Literature
  • Sherman Cochran (2002-03)
    History, Cornell University
    Inside a Chinese Family: The Private Correspondence of the Lius of Shanghai, 1910-1956
  • Peter A. Coclanis (1996-97)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Distant Thunder: The Creation of a World Market in Rice and the Transformation it Wrought (c. 1700-1920)
  • Thomas Cogswell (1987-88, 2003-04)
    History, University of California, Riverside
    (1) Parliamentary Politics in Early Stuart England
    (2) Buckingham’s Commonwealth: War, Politics, and Political Culture, 1618-1629
  • Deborah Anne Cohen (2001-02)
    History, American University
    Material Good: The British at Home, 1851-1939
  • Edward H. Cohen (1992-93)
    English, Rollins College
    Henley in Hospital
  • Esther Cohen (2003-04)
    History, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    The Modified Scream: The Construction of Sensory Pain in the Later Middle Ages
  • Patricia Cline Cohen (1994-95)
    History, University of California, Santa Barbara
    The Helen Jewett Murder: Sexuality in Jacksonian America
  • Seymour Cohen (1982-83, 1984-85)
    Biochemistry, State University of New York at Stony Brook
    Thomas Cooper and the Chemical Revolution in America
  • Catherine M. Cole (2006-07)
    Theatre, University of California, Santa Barbara
    Stages of Transition: Performing South Africa’s Truth Commission
  • Jennifer Cole (1997-98)
    Anthropology, Harvard University
    Memory, Trauma and the Moral Universe in East Madagascar
  • Susan Guettel Cole (1996-97)
    Classics, State University of New York at Buffalo
    Gendered Ritual in the Ancient Greek Polis
  • Marcia Colish (1981-82)
    History, Oberlin College
    The Stoic Tradition from Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages
  • Linda Colley (2005-06)
    History, Princeton University
    The Ordeal of Elizabeth Marsh: A Global History
  • Bettye Collier-Thomas (2001-02, 2014–15)
    History, Temple University
    (1) “She Hath Done What She Could”: African American Women & Religion
    (2) “She is a Politician”: African American Women and Politics
  • Stefan Collini (2012-13)
    English, Cambridge University
    The Nostalgic Imagination: Literary Criticism in English Culture
  • R. Vincent Comerford (1987-88)
    History, Maynooth College, Ireland
    Confessional Conflict in the Modern State: Ireland and the Netherlands, 1780-1980
  • Gary L. Comstock (2007-08, 2008-09)
    Philosophy, North Carolina State University
    Singularity and Superiority
  • Michael Confino (1984-85)
    History, Tel Aviv University
    Society and Politics in Russia, 1880s-1920s: A Study in Collective Attitudes and Mentalities
  • Irene Eynat-Confino (1998-99)
    Theatre Studies, Tel Aviv University
    Complex Simplicity: The Rhetoric of Melodrama in Popular Culture
  • Stephen Conrad (1986-87)
    Law, Indiana University
    The Uses of History and Political Economy in James Wilson’s Constitutional Theory
  • Daniel W. Conway (2006-07)
    Philosophy, Texas A&M University
    Kierkegaard’s Modernity
  • Scott B. Cook (2005-06)
    Chinese, Grinnell College
    Reinterpreting the Confucian Tradition in the Light of Newly Excavated Manuscripts
  • Jacob Cooke (1981-82)
    History, Lafayette College
    The Ascendancy of “The Imperial Presidency”
  • Lynda Leigh Coon (2004-05)
    History, University of Arkansas
    Priestly Bodies: Gender and Spatial Practice in the Carolingian Monastery of Fulda
  • David Irwin Copp (1988-89)
    Philosophy, Simon Fraser University
    Reason and Needs
  • John Corrigan (2014–15)
    Religion, Florida State University
    Religious Violence and American Foreign Policy
  • Luis R. Corteguera (2001-02)
    History, University of Kansas
    Before God and King: Ordinary People in Politics in Early Modern Spain
  • Thérèse Cory (2017–18)
    Philosophy, University of Notre Dame
    Aquinas’s Metaphysics of Intellect: Being and Being-About
  • Nancy F. Cott (2015–16)
    History, Harvard University
    World-Venturing: Cosmopolitan Self-Invention after the Great War
  • Paul Courtright (1987-88)
    Religion, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    The Goddess and the Dreadful Practice: The Hindu Phenomenon of Suttee
  • Susan Crane (1999-2000)
    English, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
    Clothing Identity in Late Medieval Courts
  • F. Edward Cranz (1981-82)
    History, Connecticut College
    The Reorientation of the Categories of Western Thought c. ll00
  • Edwin David Craun (2002-03)
    English, Washington and Lee University
    Fraternal Correction: The Ethics of Medieval English Reformist Literature
  • Thomas R. Cripps (1980-81)
    History, Morgan State University
    A Social History of Blacks in American Film, 1942 to the Present
  • Emilye Jean Crosby (2014–15)
    History, State University of New York, Geneseo
    “Anything I Was Big Enough to Do”: Women and Gender in Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
  • John E. Crowley (1995-96)
    History, Dalhousie University
    The Invention of Comfort in Britain and Anglo-America, 1500-1850
  • Donald E. Crummey (1992-93)
    History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    State, Land and Society in Ethiopian History
  • Mark Cruse (2017–18)
    European Languages and Literature, Arizona State University
    Representing the Unknown: Place and Knowledge in the Manuscripts of Marco Polo’s Devisement du monde
  • Mark A. Csikszentmihalyi (1997-98)
    Religion, Davidson College
    The Essay on the Five Phases: Ethics and Natural Philosophy in Han China
  • Jonathan Culler (2011-12)
    English & Comparative Literature, Cornell University
    The Theory of the Lyric
  • Patricia Kenig Curd (2001-02, 2009-10)
    Philosophy, Purdue University
    (1) Anaxagoras of Clazomenae
    (2) Divinity, Intelligibility, and Human Understanding in Presocratic Thought
  • Edwin M. Curley (1989-90)
    Philosophy, University of Illinois at Chicago
    A Translation of the Works of Spinoza
  • Edward E. Curtis IV (2004-05)
    Religion, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Religious Life in Elijah Muhammad’s Nation of Islam

  • Emilia Viotti Da Costa (1984-85)
    History, Yale University
    The Strange Career of John Smith: The Demerara (Guyana) Slave Rebellion of 1823
  • Lewis M. Dabney (2001-02)
    English & American Literature, University of Wyoming
    Edmund Wilson, American: A Life and an Age in Literature
  • David Daiches (1987-88)
    English, University of Edinburgh
    The Influence of the Scottish Enlightenment on the Founding Fathers of the United States
  • Loring Danforth (1986-87)
    Anthropology, Bates College
    The Anastenaria: Ritual Therapy in Rural Greece
  • Werner Dannhauser (1981-83)
    Government, Cornell University
    Marx and Marxism after 100 Years
  • Mariana Dantas (2016–17)
    History, Ohio University
    Family Formation, Race, and Social Mobility in Eighteenth-Century Minas Gerais, Brazil
  • William A. Darity, Jr. (1989-90)
    Economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Race, Radicalism, and Reform: The Social Science Contributions of Abram Harris, Jr.
  • Marlene Daut (2016–17)
    Comparative Literature, University of Virginia
    An Anthology of Haitian Revolutionary Fictions (Age of Slavery)
  • Cathy N. Davidson (1995-96)
    English, Duke University
    Photographs of the Dead
  • Denise Z. Davidson (2010-11)
    History, Georgia State University
    Surviving Revolution: Bourgeois Families in France, 1780-1830
  • Richard Beale Davis (1979-80)
    English, University of Tennessee
    Intellectual Life in the Revolutionary South
  • Tony Day (2004-05)
    History, independent scholar
    Forms of Reality: Literature in Java, 1800-2000
  • Hermione de Almeida (1982-83)
    English, University of Miami
    Physician to All Men: Nineteenth-Century Medicine and the Poetry of John Keats
  • Margreta de Grazia (1982-83)
    English, Georgetown University
    Speaking on Shakespeare’s Terms
  • Mary De Jong (1986-87)
    English, Pennsylvania State University, Shenango Valley
    Heart-Songs and Hymns: Hymnody and Power in Nineteenth-Century America
  • Christian de Pee (2013–14)
    History, University of Michigan
    Visible Cities: Text and Urban Space in Middle-Period China, Eighth through Twelfth Centuries
  • Donald A. Debats (2001-02)
    Political Science, Flinders University of South Australia
    Voting Together: Political Worlds in Nineteenth-Century North America
  • Andrew P. Debicki (1979-80, 1992-93)
    Spanish, University of Kansas
    (1) Poetic Form and Reader Experience in Post-Civil War Spanish Poetry
    (2) A New History of Contemporary Spanish Poetry
  • Linda Degh (1990-91)
    Folklore, Indiana University
    Legend and Belief: The Dialectics of a Folklore Genre
  • Francisca de Haan (2008-09)
    Gender Studies, Central European University
    Cold War in the International Women’s Movement
  • Andrew H. Delbanco (1990-91, 2002-03)
    English, Columbia University
    (1) Representations of Evil in American Culture
    (2) Melville’s World
  • Walter E. Dellinger, III (1988-89)
    Law, Duke University
    Constitutional Change: The Process of Amendment
  • Gaurav G. Desai (2001-02, 2009-10)
    (1) English, Tulane University: Post-Manichean Aesthetics: Africa and the South Asian Imagination
    (2) English & American Literature, Tulane University: Under Erasure: “Culture” and the Diasporic Imaginary
  • Sophie C. M. deSchaepdrijver (1995-96)
    History, Leiden University
    Belgium in the First World War
  • Alan C. Dessen (2000-01)
    English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Re-Scripting Shakespeare
  • Sarah Jane Deutsch (1988-89)
    History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Women of Boston: Gender and the City, 1870-1950
  • Morris Dickstein (1989-90)
    English, City University of New York-Queen’s College
    American Culture in the 1930s
  • John A. Dittmer (2001-02)
    History, DePauw University
    The Good Doctors: The Medical Committee for Human Rights and the Politics of Health Care in America
  • James Carter Dobbins (2006-07)
    Religion, Oberlin College
    Religious Meanings in Japanese Buddhist Art
  • Betty Dobbs (1978-79)
    History of Science, Northwestern University
    The Role of Alchemy in Newton’s Thought
  • Madeleine Louise Dobie (2005-06)
    French, Columbia University
    Trading Places: Colonialism, Slavery, and Eighteenth-Century French Culture
  • Jonathan G. Dollimore (1988-89)
    English, University of Sussex
    Comparative Study of Sexuality, Transgression, and Sub-cultures
  • Denis Donoghue (1991-92, 1995-98)
    English, New York University
    (1) Walter Pater: His Life, His Afterlife
    (2) The Tragic Generation: Yeats and the 1890s
  • Alice A. Donohue (2005-06)
    Classics & Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College
    Historiographic Structures in the Study of Classical Art
  • Florence W. Dore (2008-09, 2016–17)
    (1) English, Kent State University: Not Knowing: Racial Equality and Forms of Privacy in Southern Modernism
    (2) English Language and Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Novel Sounds: The American Novel in the Age of Rock and Roll
  • John Michael Doris (2008-09)
    Philosophy, Washington University in St. Louis
    A Natural History of the Self
  • Richard Dorson (1978-79)
    Folklore, Indiana University
    The Other America in Legend
  • Ann Douglas (1978-79)
    English, Columbia University
    Robert Benchley, Dorothy Parker, and the Literary Life of New York in the 1920s
  • Rita F. Dove (1988-89)
    English, Arizona State University
    Durer’s Beauty
  • William C. Dowling (1979-80)
    English, University of New Mexico
    Internal Audience and Epistolary Form in Eighteenth-Century English Literature
  • Don Harrison Doyle (2011-12)
    History, University of South Carolina
    America’s International Civil War
  • William H. Dray (1983-84)
    Philosophy, University of Ottawa
    Causal Interpretations of the English Civil War
  • Marie Drew-Bear (1986-87)
    Classics, Universite Lyon II
    The Archives of the City Council of Hermoupolis in the Third Century A.D.
  • Jan Willem Drijvers (2000-01)
    Ancient History, University of Groningen
    Cyril and Jerusalem
  • Lanlan Du (2018–19)
    Feminist‚ Gender‚ and Sexuality Studies, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    Affective Dimensions of Precarity in Contemporary Chinese and English Fiction
  • Laurent Marc Dubois (2008-09, 2016–17)
    History, Duke University
    (1) The Banjo: A Cultural History
    (2) Katherine Dunham: An Afro-Atlantic Itinerary
  • Rachel Blau DuPlessis (2008-09)
    English, Temple University
    Gender Debates and Cultural Power in Twentieth-Century American Poetries
  • Robert S. DuPlessis (2008-09)
    History, Swarthmore College
    Atlantic Stuff: Histories of Consumption in the Early Modern South Atlantic World
  • A. Hunter Dupree (1978-79)
    History of Science, Brown University
    The Role of Measurement in History
  • Edwin M. Duval (1992-93)
    French, Yale University
    The Design of Rabelais’s Tiers Livre de Pantagruel
  • Kathleen Anne DuVal (2008-09)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Revolution Without Rebels: The Battle of Pensacola and the War for America
  • Allen R. Dyer (1981-82)
    Psychiatry, Duke University
    The Place of Ethics in the Definition of a Profession
  • Irena Dzurkowa-Kossowska (2009-10)
    Art History, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
    Reinventing Historic Styles: Central European Art in the 1920s and 1930s

  • Gerald Early (2001-02)
    English & American Literature, Washington University-St. Louis
    When Worlds Collide: African-Americans in the Age of Integration, 1950-1954
  • Richard M. Eaton (1979-80)
    Oriental Studies, University of Arizona
    Religious Conversion Movements
  • Morris Eaves (1984-85)
    English, University of New Mexico
    William Blake’s Illuminated Books and the Institutions of Memory: A Study of Canon Formation
  • Paulla A. Ebron (2000-01)
    Anthropology, Stanford University
    Making Tropical Africa in the Georgia Sea Islands
  • Abraham Edel (1978-79)
    Philosophy, City University of New York
    Morality and Its Philosophy
  • Laura F. Edwards (2007-08)
    History, Duke University
    The People and Their Peace: The Re-Constitution of Governance in the American South, 1787-1840
  • Robert Roy Edwards (1985-86)
    English, State University of New York at Buffalo
    Chaucer’s Early Narrative
  • Bart D. Ehrman (2009-10, 2018–19)
    Religious Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    (1) Literary Forgery and Counter-Forgery in the Early Christian Tradition
    (2) The Invention of Heaven and Hell
  • Susan Einbinder (1999-2000)
    Hebrew Literature, Hebrew Union College
    The Voice From the Flames: The Medieval Literature of Jewish Martyrdom
  • Robin Einhorn (2014–15)
    History, University of California, Berkeley
    Taxes in U.S. History
  • Dyan Heather Elliott (1997-98, 2012-13)
    (1) History, Indiana University: Proving Woman: Female Mysticism and Inquisitional Practice in Late Medieval Europe
    (2) History, Northwestern University: Scandal: A Hidden Force in Medieval Church History
  • Emory Elliott (1979-80)
    English, Princeton University
    Religion and Literature in America before 1820
  • Ralph Elliott (1980-81)
    English, Australian National University
    Thomas Hardy’s English: A Critical and Stylistic Analysis of the Language of His Poetry and Prose
  • David G. Ellis (1991-92)
    English, University of Kent at Canterbury
    Biography of D. H. Lawrence (1922-1930)
  • Maud Ellmann (2007-08, 2017–18)
    (1) English, University of Notre Dame: Modernist Returns: Recirculation in James, Woolf, Joyce, and Freud
    (2) English Language and Literature, University of Chicago: Inside Out: Psychoanalysis and Fiction in World War II Britain and France
  • Susanna K. Elm (1991-92)
    Ancient History, University of California, Berkeley
    Sozomen’s, Socrates’ and Theodoret’s “History of the Church”: Innovation or Continuity?
  • Gerald Else (1978-79)
    Classics, University of Michigan
    Aristotle’s Theory of Literature
  • Jean Bethke Elshtain (2000-01)
    Political Science, Divinity School, University of Chicago
    Sovereign God, Sovereign State, Sovereign Self
  • James Engell (2010-11)
    English Literature, Harvard University
    Coleridge, A Divided Life Reconciled
  • Laura Engelstein (1997-98)
    History, Princeton University
    Margin of Error: Christian Eunuchs and the Limits of Identity in Tsarist and Soviet Russia
  • James Epstein (1985-86)
    History, Unaffiliated
    The Constitutionalist Idiom: Radical Rhetoric, Reasoning, and Action in England, 1789-1850
  • Lewis A. Erenberg (2003-04)
    History, Loyola University Chicago
    Louis v. Schmeling: Boxing, Race, and Nationalism, 1930s-1950s
  • Edward Erler (1981-82)
    Political Science, California State Coll., San Bernardino
    The Supreme Court and Equal Protection: A Case Study in the Failure of Judicial Statesmanship
  • H. Howard Erskine-Hill (1988-89)
    English, University of Cambridge
    Poetry and Affairs of State
  • Andrew S. Escobedo (2009-10)
    English, Ohio University
    Renaissance Allegories of the Will
  • Gaston E. Espinosa (2011-12)
    Religion, Claremont McKenna College
    Brown Moses: Francisco Olazábal and Charisma, Power and Healing in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands
  • Judith A. Evans-Grubbs (1993-94)
    Classics, Sweet Briar College
    Imperial Law and the Roman Familia in the Third Century
  • Theodore Evergates (1994-95)
    History, Western Maryland College
    The Aristocracy in the Country of Champagne, 1100-1300
  • Janet J. Ewald (1993-94)
    History, Duke University
    Crossing the Red Sea: Transport, Slavery, and Free Labor, 1800-1910

  • Genevieve E. Fabre (1996-97)
    English, Universite Paris VII
    African American Ceremonial and Celebrative Culture in Colonial and Antebellum Times
  • Michel J. Fabre (1996-97)
    History, Universite de la Sorbonne Nouvelle
    The Culture of the Creoles of Color in Louisiana
  • Adam Fairclough (1994-95)
    History, Saint David’s University College
    Black Teachers and the Civil Rights Movement
  • Simonetta Falasca-Zamponi (2018–19)
    History, University of California, Santa Barbara
    An Ambiguous Past: Fascism, the Resistance and “Structures of Feeling” in Italy (1943–1945)
  • Eugene Falk (1981-82)
    Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Tragedy in France and Germany: Genre and Concept
  • W. D. Falk (1979-80)
    Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Concept of “Ought” and Its Roots
  • J. Clayton Fant (2008-09)
    Classics, University of Akron
    Marble and the Caesars
  • Molly A. Faries (1990-91)
    Art History, Indiana University
    Monograph on Jan van Scorel
  • Jared Farmer (2009-10)
    History, State University of New York, Stony Brook
    Trees in Paradise: A California History
  • Sarah B. Farmer (2008-09)
    History, University of California, Irvine
    Frenchmen into Peasants: Yearning for Country Life in Twentieth-Century France
  • Judith Brooke Farquhar (2007-08, 2015–16)
    Anthropology, University of Chicago
    (1) Nurturing Life in Transforming Beijing
    (2) Gathering Medicine in the Mountains: Nation, Body, and Knowledge in China’s Ethnic South
  • Beatrice Farwell Duncan (1987-88)
    Art History, University of California, Santa Barbara
    Popular Imagery and High Art in 19th-Century France
  • Constantin Fasolt (1996-97)
    History, University of Chicago
    A Study and Translation of Hermann Conring’s Discursus novus
  • Annegret Fauser (2015–16)
    Music, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Politics of Musical Thought, 1918–1939
  • Mary A. Favret (2004-05)
    English, Indiana University
    The Ground of War: Wartime in British Romanticism
  • Frances Ferguson (2003-04)
    English & American Literature, Johns Hopkins University
    Childhood and Citizenship in Political Liberalism
  • Priscilla P. Ferguson (1994-95)
    French & Sociology, Columbia University
    Nineteenth-Century Flaneurs and Twentieth-Century Cultures
  • Robert A. Ferguson (1994-95)
    English & Law, Columbia University
    The Trial in American Life
  • Judith Ferster (1980-81)
    English, Brandeis University
    Chaucer’s Hermeneutics and Its Social Context
  • Lynn Mary Festa (2013–14)
    English, Rutgers University
    All Things Human in Eighteenth-Century Britain
  • Mark T. Fiege (2005-06)
    History, Colorado State University
    Natural Histories: Retelling Great Stories of the American Past
  • Norman S. Fiering (1978-79)
    History, Institute of Early American History
    (1) Moral Philosophy at Seventeenth-Century Harvard
    (2) Jonathan Edwards’ Oral Thought and Its British Context
  • Kit Fine (2009-10)
    Philosophy, New York University
    Metaphysics of Material Things
  • Leon R. Fink (1990-91)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    America’s “Missing” Social Democrats: Labor Intellectuals in the Progressive Era, 1890-1916
  • Valeria Finucci (2009-10)
    Italian, Duke University
    The Body Natural: Duke Vincenzo Gonzaga and Early Modern Medical Practices
  • Stanley Fish (1991-92, 1997-98)
    English and Law, Duke University
    (1) The Domestic Quarrel
    (2) Settling the Just Bounds between Church and State
  • Nora E. Fisher Onar (2013–14)
    Political Science, Bahçeşehir University, Turkey
    Post-Western Liberalism(s): Sources and Patterns from Istanbul to Beijing
  • Owen Flanagan (2015–16)
    Philosophy, Duke University
    The Geography of Morals: Varieties of Moral Possibility
  • Jennifer L. Fleissner (2011-12)
    English, Indiana University, Bloomington
    Maladies of the Will: Literature as a Symptomatology of Modernity
  • Kate Flint (2007-08, 2015–16)
    (1) English, Rutgers University: Writing and Photography
    (2) History of Art, University of Southern California: Flash! Photography, Writing, and Surprising Illumination
  • Elizabeth F. Flower (1978-79)
    Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania
    The Practical as a Philosophical Conception and Its Bases in American Thought
  • Samuel A. Floyd, Jr. (1992-93, 1996-97, 2003-04)
    Music, Columbia College Chicago
    (1) Signifyin(g) Symbol: An Interpretation of Black Music
    (2) Music by Black Composers, 1550-1980
  • Mary Floyd-Wilson (2008-09, 2016–17)
    English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    (1) Preternatural Passions: Occult Mentalities and the Everyday in English Renaissance Drama
    (2) The Tempter or the Tempted: Demonic Causality on the Shakespearean Stage
  • Winfried Fluck (1987-88)
    English, University of Konstanz
    The Changing Functions of Fiction in the American Novel
  • Monika Fludernik (1990-91)
    English, University of Vienna
    Narratology: Theoretical Reflections on Structural, Methodological, and Linguistic Aspects of Narrative Theory. The Example of Free Indirect Discourse
  • Thomas R. Flynn (1991-92)
    Philosophy, Emory University
    Sartre, Foucault and Reason in History: A Study in Comparative Rationalities
  • Jan P. Fokkelman (1990-91)
    Hebrew Literature, State University of Leiden
    Judge, Prophet and King (I Samuel 1-12)
  • Jaroslav T. Folda (1988-89, 1998-99, 2006-07)
    Art History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    (1) A History of the Art of the Crusaders in the Holy Land: 1099-1291
    (2) The Art of the Crusaders in the Holy Land: 1187-1291
    (3) Crusader Art: An Introduction
  • Stephanie Foote (2017–18)
    Environmental Studies, West Virginia University
    The Art of Waste: Narrative, Trash, and Contemporary Culture
  • Franklin L. Ford (1983-84)
    History, Harvard University
    Don’t Forget the Future: History and Looking Ahead
  • P. Gabrielle Foreman (2003-04)
    English & American Literature, Occidental College
    Reading Miscegenation and Homoerotics in Nineteenth-Century Anti-Slavery Literature and Culture
  • Elizabeth Fox-Genovese (1984-85)
    History, State University of New York at Binghamton
    The Mind of the Master Class: The Psychology of Southern Slaveholders
  • Donald Frame (1982-83)
    French, Columbia University
    A New Translation of the Complete Works of Francois Rabelais
  • Nicholas R. Frankel (2001-02)
    English & American Literature, Virginia Commonwealth University
    The Discourse of Decoration: Ornament and Design in Victorian Britain
  • William Frankena (1979-80)
    Philosophy, University of Michigan
    Problems about Morality, Its Nature, and Its Forms
  • Carmela V. Franklin (1990-91)
    History, St. John’s University
    The Persian Monk Magundat-Anastasius in the Latin Tradition
  • John Hope Franklin (1980-82)
    History, University of Chicago
    A Biography of George Washington Williams (1849-1891)
  • Vincent Franklin (1981-82)
    History, Yale University
    The Black Twenties: An Exploration in New Negro Consciousness
  • Jonathan Ernst Freedman (1994-95)
    English, University of Michigan
    The Temple of Culture: Anti-Semitism, Assimilation, and American Literary Intellectuals
  • John David French (1995-96)
    History, Duke University
    The Metalworkers of ABC: Working Class Consciousness, Organization, and Ideology
  • Ernestine Friedl (1985-86)
    Anthropology, Duke University
    Women in Anthropology
  • Edward H. Friedman (1998-99)
    Spanish & Comparative Literature, Indiana University
    “Guzman de Alfarache” and the Development of Narrative Realism
  • Andrea Marie Frisch (2004-05)
    French, University of Southern California
    Classical Amnesia: Forgetting Differences in Early Modern France
  • Ginger Suzanne Frost (2002-03)
    History, Samford University
    “As Husband and Wife”: Cohabitation in Nineteenth-Century England
  • Gladys-Marie Fry (1997-98)
    English, University of Maryland
    “In Them Days Everyone Wore Beads”: A Study of Slave Dress and Bodily Adornment
  • Marilyn Frye (1997-98)
    Philosophy, Michigan State University
    Categories and the Category of Women: A Philosophical Investigation
  • Mia Fuller (2018–19)
    Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
    Mussolini Threshing Still: Inertia Memoriae, Italy, and Fascist Monuments
  • Rachel Fulton (1998-99)
    History, University of Chicago
    From Exegesis to Cult: Biblical Narrative, Historical Imagination, and Medieval Devotion to Christ and the Virgin Mary
  • Lilian R. Furst (1988-89)
    Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Possible Places in European Realist Fiction from Balzac to Thomas Mann
  • Montgomery Furth (1986-87)
    Philosophy, University of California, Los Angeles
    The Pre-Socratics: Fragments and Interpretation
  • Paul Fyfe (2018–19)
    English Language and Literature, North Carolina State University
    The Age of Transmission: From Victorian Media Cultures to the Digital Humanities

  • Jane M. Gaines (1996-97)
    English, Duke University
    Other/Race/Desire: Early Cinema and Nationhood
  • Kevin K. Gaines (1996-97)
    History & African-American Studies, Princeton University
    African American Expatriates in Nkrumah’s Ghana, 1957-1966
  • Peter Galison (2017–18)
    History of Science, Harvard University
    Contested Visibilities and the Anthropogenic Image
  • Catherine Gallagher (2005-06)
    English, University of California, Berkeley
    Undoing: Alternate-History Novels, Counterfactual Histories, and Social Policies in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
  • John Garrigus (2017–18)
    History, University of Texas at Arlington
    “Macandal is Saved!”: Disease, Conspiracy, and the Coming of the Haitian Revolution
  • Corinne A. Gartner (2014–15)
    Philosophy, Wellesley College
    Aristotle’s Eudemian Ethics: Collective Flourishing
  • Ellen Gruber Garvey (2007-08)
    English, New Jersey City University
    Book, Paper, Scissors: Scrapbooks Remake Nineteenth-Century Print Culture
  • David Barry Gaspar (1984-85)
    History, Duke University
    Africans and Creoles: The Emergence of Afro-Caribbean Slave Revolt in Three Island Societies of the British Caribbean, 1692-1776
  • Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (1988-90)
    Comparative Literature, Cornell University
    The Poetics of Wole Soyinka: Theory and Practice
  • Claire Gaudiani (1980-81)
    French, Purdue University
    Theories of Optics and Light Metaphors: The Impact of the New Science on Literary Expression in Seventeenth-Century France
  • Shannon Noelle Gayk (2014–15)
    English, Indiana University
    Instruments of Christ: The Arma Christi in Early England
  • David Patrick Geggus (1989-90)
    History, University of Florida
    The Saint Domingue Slave Revolt, and the French Revolutionary Period in the Caribbean
  • Eugene Genovese (1984-85, 1987-88)
    History, University of Rochester
    The Mind of the Master Class: The Psychology of Southern Slaveholders
  • Maria Georgopoulou (2010-11)
    Art History, American School of Classical Studies, Greece
    Arts, Industry, and Trade in the Medieval Mediterranean
  • Israel Gershoni (2004-05)
    Middle Eastern & African History, Tel Aviv University, Israel
    Egypt in World War II: Democracy and Fascism in the Egyptian National Discourse
  • Bernard Gert (2001-02)
    Philosophy, Dartmouth College
    Hobbes and Human Nature
  • Matthew C. Giancarlo (2004-05)
    English, Yale University
    With One Voice: Parliament and Literature in Late Medieval England
  • Gail McMurray Gibson (2002-03)
    English, Davidson College
    Childbed Mysteries: Performances of Childbirth in the Late Middle Ages
  • Mary Ellis Gibson (2007-08)
    English, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    Poetry on the Margins: English Language Literary Culture in India, 1780-1912
  • Paula Giddings (1993-94)
    History, Unaffiliated
    Biography of Ida B. Wells
  • Ronald N. Giere (1997-98)
    Philosophy, University of Minnesota
    Perspectival Realism
  • Roger S. Gilbert (2007-08)
    English, Cornell University
    In the Wind My Rescue Is: The Life and Art of A. R. Ammons
  • Christopher Gill (1981-82)
    Classics, University College of Wales
    Ethos and Pathos: The Development of Ancient Greek Ideas about Character and Personality
  • Meredith Jane Gill (2003-04)
    Art History, University of Notre Dame
    Augustine and the Renaissance
  • Michael Allen Gillespie (2004-05)
    Political Science & Philosophy, Duke University
    The Unity and Disunity of Modernity
  • Eileen Gillooly (2009-10)
    English, Columbia University
    Anxious Affection: Parental Feeling in Nineteenth-Century Middle-Class Britain
  • Adolfo Gilly (1991-92, 1996-97)
    Political Science, National University of Mexico
    (1) El Cardenismo, una utopia mexicana (Mexico 1930-1940)
    (2) Markets, Rights, Culture and Democracy
  • David Paul Gilmartin (2001-02, 2017–18)
    History, North Carolina State University
    (1) Blood and Water: Irrigation and Colonialism in the Indus Basin
    (2) Exploring Democracy at the Intersection of Law, Politics, and Sovereignty: The Legal History of Elections in India
  • Glenda E. Gilmore (2006-07)
    History, Yale University
    From Social Justice to Civil Rights, 1919-1950
  • Jonathon P. Glassman (2014–15)
    History, Northwestern University
    A History of Barbarism: Difference and Race in African Thought
  • Florence Eliza Glaze (2010-11)
    History, Coastal Carolina University
    The Passionarius/Book of Diseases by Gariopontus of Salerno: A Critical Edition with Translations
  • Mary Gluck (1998-99)
    History, Brown University
    The Aesthetics of “Low” Modernism: Typologies of the Avant-Garde Artist in Paris
  • Sima Godfrey (1987-88)
    French, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Concept of Fashionability in Nineteenth-Century French Literature
  • Jack G. Goellner (1986-87)
    Scholarly publishing, Johns Hopkins University Press
    Scholarly Communication and Technology
  • Rebecca Anne Goetz (2018–19)
    History, New York University
    Captive Archipelagos: Native Enslavement in the Greater Caribbean, 1492–1792
  • Rona Goffen (1986-87)
    Art History, Duke University
    Giovanni Bellini and the Renaissance in Venice
  • Erdag M. Goknar (2007-08)
    Turkish Studies, Duke University
    Between Orient and Nation: Orhan Pamuk and the Turkish Novel
  • Mark Golden (1987-88)
    Classics, University of Winnipeg
    Childhood in Ancient Greece
  • Martin Golding (1985-86)
    Philosophy, Duke University
    Moral Community
  • Alvin Goldman (1981-82)
    Philosophy, University of Illinois at Chicago
    Epistemology and Cognitive Systems
  • Steven R. Goldsmith (1990-91)
    English, University of California, Berkeley
    Unbuilding Jerusalem: Apocalypse, Discourse, Romanticism
  • Jan E. Goldstein (2006-07)
    History, University of Chicago
    Political Affiliations of the Flesh: The Movement of Biologistic Conceptions of the Person from Left to Right in Nineteenth-Century France
  • Olga Goncalves (1980-81)
    Creative Writing, Unaffiliated
    Ora esguardae (a novel about post-1974 Portugal)
  • Eugene Goodheart (1987-88)
    English, Brandeis University
    Ideology and Desire
  • Jack R. Goody (1991-92)
    Anthropology, University of Cambridge
    East and West
  • Matthew S. Gordon (2011-12)
    History, Miami University
    Singers and Soldiers: Slavery and Slave Households of the Ninth-Century Abbasid Empire
  • Robert S.C. Gordon (2005-06)
    Italian, University of Cambridge
    The Holocaust in Italian Culture, 1944-2001
  • Keren Gorodeisky (2012-13)
    Philosophy, Auburn University
    A Matter of Form: Kant on the Judgment of Beauty
  • Helena I. Goscilo (1990-91)
    Slavic Languages, University of Pittsburgh
    Heritage and Heresy: Contemporary Fiction by Russian Women
  • Brijen N. Goswamy (1986-87)
    Art History, Panjab University
    A History of Painting and Drawing in India
  • Melinda Jane Gough (2001-02)
    English & American Literature, Oklahoma State University
    Divine Beauty: Henrietta Maria and Transnational Traditions of Women’s Courtly Performance in Early Seventeenth-Century France and England
  • Nina Gourianova (2007-08)
    Slavic Languages, Northwestern University
    Visualizing Radicalism: Avant-Garde Graphics in Russia and Eastern Europe, 1912-1932
  • Laura Gowing (1999-2000)
    History, University of Hertfordshire
    Women, Sex, and the Reproductive Body in Seventeenth-Century England
  • Harvey J. Graff (2013–14)
    English and History, Ohio State University
    Undisciplining Knowledge: Pursuing the Dream of Interdisciplinarity in the Twentieth Century. A Social History
  • Lisa Jane Graham (2003-04)
    History, Haverford College
    The Economy of Pleasure in Eighteenth-Century France
  • Maryemma Graham (2005-06, 2006-07)
    English, University of Kansas
    The House Where My Soul Lives: The Life of Margaret Walker
  • Bruce M. Grant (2000-01)
    Anthropology, Swarthmore College
    Cosmos and Cosmopolitanism: Cultural and Religious Histories in the Azeri Caucasus
  • Ruth Weisbourd Grant (1999-2000)
    Political Science, Duke University
    The Ethics of Incentives: Persuasion, Bribery or Blackmail?
  • Dewey Grantham (1982-83)
    History, Vanderbilt University
    Twentieth-Century Southern Politics: The History of an American Institution
  • Christopher Grasso (2016–17)
    History, College of William & Mary
    Skepticism and American Faith: From the Revolution to the Civil War
  • Suzanne Graver (1989-90)
    English, Williams College
    Knowledge and Power: The Victorian Debate on Woman’s Mind
  • J. Richard Green (1991-92)
    Archaeology, University of Sydney
    Art and the Theatre in the Ancient World
  • Mitchell S. Green (2001-02)
    Philosophy, University of Virginia
    Expressive Meaning: Self-Expression and Self-Constitution in Language and the Arts
  • Monica H. Green (1996-97)
    History, Duke University
    Salernitan Medicine for Women: Critical Editions of the ‘Tractatus de egritudinibus mulierum,’ ‘Liber de sinthomatibus mulierum,’ ‘De curis mulierum,’ and ‘De ornatu mulierum’
  • Donald Greene (1984-85)
    English, University of Southern California
    A Narrative Biography of Samuel Johnson, 1763-1784
  • Jack Greene (1986-87-88, 2009-10)
    History, Johns Hopkins University
    (1) Changing Identity in Early British Plantation America
    (2) The British Debate on American Colonial Resistance, 1760-1783
  • Julie M. Greene (2013–14)
    History, University of Maryland
    The Wages of Empire: Labor, Race, and U.S. Expansionism, 1865 to 1920
  • Sandra E. Greene (2007–08, 2014–15)
    History, Cornell University
    (1) Fragments: Memories of Enslavement from Ghana
    (2) African Slaveholders in the Age of Abolition
  • Ezra Greenspan (2011-12)
    English, Southern Methodist University
    William Wells Brown: An African-American Life
  • Patricia S. Greenspan (1990-91)
    Philosophy, University of Maryland
    Practical Guilt: Moral Dilemma and Motivation
  • Linda K. Gregerson (1991-92)
    English, University of Michigan
    Changing the Subject: Iconoclasm, Interpretation, and Eros in The Faerie Queene and Paradise Lost
  • Paul F. Grendler (1988-89-90)
    History, University of Toronto
    A Short History of Italian Renaissance Universities, 1400-1600
  • Meghan E. Griffith (2007-08)
    Philosophy, Davidson College
    Freedom and Agency
  • Paul Douglas Griffiths (2002-03)
    History, Iowa State University
    Petty Crime, Policing, and Punishment in London, 1545-1660
  • Jennie Grillo (2017–18)
    Religion, Duke University
    The Afterlives of the Apocryphal Daniel
  • Wendy Griswold (2017–18)
    Sociology, Northwestern University
    Placements: Position and Location through American Culture
  • Ann Grodzins Gold (2014–15)
    Anthropology, Syracuse University
    Shiptown: North Indian Lives between Rural and Urban
  • Emily Grosholz (1985-86)
    Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University
    Proportion in the l7th Century
  • Harvey Gross (1981-82)
    Comparative Literature, State University of New York at Stony Brook
    The First Moment of the Modern: 1900-1914
  • Michael Grossberg (1987-88)
    History, Case Western Reserve University
    The Search for Justice: A Social History of American Law
  • Richard Hugh Grove (1995-96)
    History, University of Cambridge
    The East India Company, Environmental Medicine and the Origins of Conservation
  • Harriet Guest (1989-90)
    English, University College, London
    Experienced Women: Religion and Femininity in 18th-Century Women’s Writing
  • Zsuzsanna Gulácsi (2006-07, 2016–17)
    History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology, Northern Arizona University
    (1) Formation of Mediaeval Book Art in West and Central Asia
    (2) Artistic Culture of Religious Instruction Along the Trade Routes of Late Ancient and Medieval Asia
  • Daniel P. Gunn (1988-89)
    English, University of Maine-Farmington
    Ideological Rhetoric in the English Novel, 1748-1910
  • Akhil Gupta (2000-01)
    Anthropology, Stanford University
    Reincarnating Social Theory
  • Rochelle Gurstein (1998-99)
    History, Bard Graduate Center
    Beyond Relativism: A Reconstitution of Standards from the Eighteenth Century to the Present
  • Madelyn Gutwirth (1985-86)
    French, West Chester University
    The Fall from Grace: Images of Women in Art and Letters before, during, and after the French Revolution
  • Marcel Gutwirth (1985-86)
    French, Haverford College
    Theory of the Comic and the Art of Comedy
  • Güven Güzeldere (1999-2000)
    Philosophy, Duke University
    The Last Hundred Years of Consciousness

  • Malachi H. Hacohen (2003-04)
    History, Duke University
    Jacob and Esau, Jewish Emancipation, and the Dilemmas of Multiculturalism
  • Rudolf Haerle, Jr. (1983-84)
    Sociology, Middlebury College
    An Intellectual Biography of W. I. Thomas
  • Karen Hagemann (2011-12)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Revisiting Prussia's Wars Against Napoleon: War, Culture, Memory
  • Jean H. Hagstrum (1985-87)
    English, Northwestern University
    Love in the Western World
  • Cindy Hahamovitch (2013–14)
    History, College of William and Mary
    Guestworkers, Governments, and the Global History of Human Trafficking
  • Sabine Hake (2010-11)
    German, University of Texas, Austin
    Political Affects: The Fascist Imaginary in Postfascist Cinema
  • Grace Elizabeth Hale (2002-03)
    History, University of Virginia)
    Rebel, Rebel: Outsiders in America, 1945-2000
  • Jacquelyn Dowd Hall (1996-97)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Reticence and Reclamation: Katharine Du Pre Lumpkin and the Refashioning of Southern Identity
  • Kim F. Hall (2016–17)
    Race, Ethnicity, and Post-Colonial Studies, Barnard College, Columbia University
    ‘Othello was my grandfather’: Race and Shakespeare in the African Diaspora
  • Stephen G. Hall (2017–18)
    African American Studies, Alcorn State University
    Global Visions: African American Historians Engage the World, 1885–1960
  • William Hallo (1987-88)
    Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Yale University
    The Origins of Modern Institutions in the Ancient Near East
  • David Halperin (1985-86)
    Classics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Plato and the Metaphysics of Desire
  • Karen Halttunen (1994-95)
    History, University of California, Davis
    Murder and the Gothic Imagination in American Culture
  • Nicholas G. L. Hammond (1985-86)
    Classics, University of Cambridge
    Macedonian Institutions: Their Origins, Development, and Diaspora
  • Barbara A. Hanawalt (1997-98)
    History, University of Minnesota
    Women in Medieval London
  • Jerome S. Handler (1982-83)
    Anthropology, Southern Illinois University
    Africans and Their Descendants in Barbados: The Social and Cultural Life of a West Indian Slave Population, 1627-1834
  • Sarah Hanley (1990-91)
    History, University of Iowa
    The Engendered State: Family Formation and State Building in Early Modern France
  • Karen Tranberg Hansen (1997-98)
    Anthropology, Northwestern University
    The World of Salaula: Secondhand Clothing and the Fashioning of Modernity in Zambia
  • Mark Hansen (2014–15)
    Literature and Media Arts, Duke University
    Feed-Forward: On the “Future” of 21st-Century Media
  • Olaf Hansen (1983-84)
    American Studies, University of Frankfurt
    Aesthetic Individualism and Practical Intellect: Emerson, Thoreau, Henry Adams, J. J. Chapman
  • John H. Hanson (2009-10)
    History, Indiana University, Bloomington
    Islam, Schooling and the Public Sphere: The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Ghana, West Africa
  • Kristin Hanson (2001-02)
    English, University of California-Berkeley
    “An Art that Nature Makes”: A Linguistic Perspective on Meter in English
  • Deborah E. Harkness (2004-05)
    History, University of Southern California
    The Social Foundations of the Scientific Revolution: Science, Medicine, and Technology in Elizabethan London
  • Nicholas Harkness (2016–17)
    Anthropology, Harvard University
    A Semiotics of Intensity: Glossolalia, Collective Prayer, and South Korean Social Life
  • Sharon Harley (2010-11)
    African-American Studies, University of Maryland
    In the Shadow of Race: Gender Formation, Women's Labor and the Quest for Citizenship in Post-Emancipation United States
  • George Mills Harper (1981-82)
    English, Florida State University
    The Making of Yeats’s A Vision
  • Barbara J. Harris (1994-95)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Of Noble and Gentle Birth: English Aristocratic Women, 1450-1550
  • J. William Harris (1992-93)
    History, University of New Hampshire
    Deep Souths: Delta, Piedmont, and Sea Island Society in the Age of Segregation, 1880-1940
  • Joseph E. Harris (1985-86)
    History, Howard University
    The African-American/Ethiopian Connection: Another Dimension of Pan-Africanism
  • Trudier Harris (1996-97, 2018–19)
    (1) American Literature, Emory University: ‘This Disease Called Strength’: The Compensating Construction of Black Female Character
    (2) American Literature, University of Alabama: Ungraspable?: Depictions of Home in African American Literature
  • William Vernon Harris (1998-99)
    History, Columbia University
    The Control of Anger in Classical Antiquity
  • Antony Harrison (1981-82)
    English, North Carolina State University
    Pre-Raphaelite Love
  • Nicolae Harsanyi (1993-94)
    English, University of Timisoara (Romania)
    From Populist Totalitarianism to Nationalist Fundamentalism
  • Thomas L. Haskell (2008-09)
    History, Rice University
    Sensibility and Moral Capital in Abolishing the Slave Trade
  • Michael W. Haslam (1994-95)
    Classics, University of California, Los Angeles
    Edition of the Homer Lexicon of Antiquity
  • Sally Anne Haslanger (1995-96)
    Philosophy & Women’s Studies, University of Michigan
    Rebuilding the World: Ontology and Social Construction
  • Frances S. Hasso (2018–19)
    History, Duke University
    Palestinian Perinatal and Young Child Death during the British Mandate
  • Stanley M. Hauerwas (1992-93)
    Religion, Duke University
    A History of the Development of Christian Ethics as a Discipline in America
  • Julie Candler Hayes (2004-05)
    French, University of Richmond
    Translation, Subjectivity, and Culture in France and England, 1600-1800
  • N. Katherine Hayles (2006-07)
    English, University of California at Los Angeles
    Virtual Bodies: Evolving Materiality in Cybernetics, Literature, and Information
  • Maureen Anne Healy (2007-08)
    History, Oregon State University
    At the Gates of Western Civilization: Islam and the Turks in Central Europe
  • Chad Heap (2013–14)
    American Studies, George Washington University
    A History of the Sociological Study of Homosexuality in the United States
  • Gregg Hecimovich (2015–16)
    English, Winthrop University
    The Life and Times of Hannah Crafts: The True Story of The Bondwoman’s Narrative
  • Thomas Heffernan (1986-87)
    English, University of Tennessee
    Sacred Biography: Saints and Their Biographers in the Middle Ages
  • Mary Elaine Hegland (2016–17)
    Religion, Santa Clara University
    Days of Revolution: Religion, Ritual & Politics in an Iranian Settlement
  • John Heil (1996-97)
    Philosophy, Davidson College
    Language, Thought, and Reality
  • Ursula K. Heise (2001-02)
    English & American Literature, Columbia University
    World-Wide Webs: Global Ecology and the Cultural Imagination
  • Aline Helg (2000-01)
    History, University of Texas, Austin
    Free People of Color, Slaves, and Elite Whites in Caribbean Colombia, 1770-1851
  • Elizabeth K. Helsinger (1997-98, 2007-08)
    English & Art History, University of Chicago
    (1) The Pre-Raphaelite Arts of Poetry, Painting, Collection, and Design (1850-80)
    (2) “A Peculiar Music”: Poetry, Art, and Song in Nineteenth-Century Britain
  • James A. Henretta (2002-03)
    History, University of Maryland-College Park
    The Liberal State in America: New York, 1820-1950
  • Mae G. Henderson (1995-96)
    English, African-American Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago
    Crossing Borders: African American Exile and Identity
  • C. John Herington (1986-87)
    Classics, Yale University
  • Noah Isaac Heringman (2014–15)
    English, University of Missouri
    Deep Time and the Prehistoric Turn
  • Judson S. Herrman (2006-07)
    Classics, Allegheny College
    The New Hyperides in the Archimedes Palimpsest
  • Cynthia B. Herrup (2005-06)
    History, University of Southern California
    “When Mercy Seasons Justice”: Pardons and the Constitution in Early Modern England
  • Susannah Heschel (1997-98)
    Religion, Case Western Reserve University
    When Jesus Was Aryan: Protestant Theologians in Nazi Germany
  • Jonathan M. Hess (1999-2000)
    Germanic Languages, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Colonizing Diaspora: Debating Jewish Emancipation in Germany, 1781-1815
  • Carla Hesse (2000-01)
    History, University of California, Berkeley
    The Law of the Terror
  • James Hevia (2015–16)
    History, University of Chicago
    Animal Labor and Colonial Warfare
  • Sandya K. Hewamanne (2011-12)
    Anthropology, Wake Forest University
    Sri Lanka's Former Global Factory Workers Negotiating New Lives
  • J. H. Hexter (1981-84)
    History, Washington University
    (1) The First Crisis of Modern Liberty: The Parliament of 1628
    (2) Freedom’s Imprint, 1603-1628
  • Christine Leigh Heyrman (1985-86)
    History, University of California, Irvine
    The Origins of Evangelical Culture in Early America: The First Great Awakening and the Development of Colonial Society, 1735-1775
  • Mar Hicks (2018–19)
    History, Illinois Institute of Technology
    Queer Users and the Digital State: A Prehistory of Algorithmic Bias
  • Carolyn Higbie (2003-04)
    Classics, State University of New York at Buffalo
    Referring to Homer
  • A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr. (1993-94)
    Law, U.S. Court of Appeals
    Race and the American Legal Process
  • Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham (1993-94, 2013–14)
    (1) History, University of Pennsylvania: Race, History, and Feminist Theory
    (2) African and African American Studies, Harvard University: The Great Question of Human Rights in American History
  • Catherine Ann Higgs (2012-13)
    History, University of Tennessee
    Sisters for Justice: Religion and Political Transformation in Apartheid South Africa
  • John Higham (1987-89)
    History, Johns Hopkins University
    A Comparative Study of Ethnic Identities in America
  • Christopher Hill (1987-88)
    Philosophy, University of Arkansas
    The Nature of Consciousness
  • Mary A. Hill (1981-82)
    History, Bucknell University
    Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Years of Triumph, 1896-1935
  • Robert A. Hill (1983-84)
    History, University of California, Los Angeles
    Marcus Garvey and the Black International: A Centennial Biography
  • Thomas E. Hill, Jr. (1982-83)
    Philosophy, University of California, Los Angeles
    Autonomy and Loyalty
  • Darlene Hine (1986-87)
    History, Purdue University
    Black Women in White: A History of Black Women in the Nursing Profession, 1886-1950
  • Marianne Hirsch (1992-93)
    Comparative Literature, Dartmouth College
    Family Pictures: Photography and Narratives of Loss
  • Susan Fern Hirsch (2002-03)
    Anthropology, Wesleyan University
    The Embassy Bombings Reframed: Constructing Identities, Legal Meanings, and Justice
  • Nancy J. Hirschmann (2017–18)
    Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania
    Freedom, Power, and Disability
  • Fred C. Hobson, Jr. (1991-92)
    English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    H. L. Mencken: A Critical Biography
  • John A. Hodgson (1981-82)
    English, University of Georgia
    Romantic Allegory: The Rhetoric and Logic of Transcendental Inquiry in Romantic Literature
  • Lawrence Hoey (1985-86)
    Art History, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    Pier Design in Early English Gothic Architecture
  • Bayo Holsey (2010-11)
    African-American Studies, Duke University
    Spectacles of Slavery: Marketing the Past in the New Millennium
  • Michael Holt (1987-88)
    History, University of Virginia
    History of the American Whig Party, 1828-1856
  • Marcia Homiak (1988-89)
    Philosophy, Occidental College
    Investigations in Aristotle’s Ethics
  • Michael K. Honey (1995-96)
    History, University of Washington, Tacoma
    Black Workers, Martin Luther King, and the Civil Rights Movement
  • Hilde M. Hoogenboom (2000-01)
    Slavic Languages, Stetson University
    Identity and Realism: Russian Women Writers in the Nineteenth Century
  • Kevin D. Hoover (1991-92)
    Economics, University of California, Davis
    Causality in Economics
  • Jasper Hopkins (1983-84)
    Philosophy, University of Minnesota
    Nicholas of Cusa’s Dialectical Mysticism
  • Karl Theodore Hoppen (1985-86)
    History, University of Hull
    New Oxford History of England, Vol. XIV: 1846-1885
  • Phillip Horky (2016–17)
    Classics, Durham University
    Pythagorean Philosophy: 250 BCE to 200 CE
  • Mikael Hörnqvist (2008-09)
    History, Uppsala University
    Prudenti: Machiavelli and Tocqueville on Liberty, Empire, and Justice
  • Alfred Hornung (1980-81)
    American Studies, University of Wurzburg
    Autobiography and the Autobiographical Mode in America
  • Daniel Horowitz (1984-85)
    History, Scripps College
    American Intellectuals and the Standard of Living, 1945-1983
  • Donald L. Horowitz (1983-84)
    Law and Political Science, Duke University
    Ethnic Violence, Conflict, and Democracy
  • Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz (1984-85)
    History, Scripps College
    The Life: Student Culture in the Women’s Colleges, 1865-1929
  • Keith Howard (2017–18)
    Music History and Musicology, University of London
    Songs for the “Great Leaders”: Creativity and Ideology in the Music and Dance of North Korea
  • Benjamin Hrushovski (1981-82)
    Comparative Literature, Tel Aviv University
    Introduction to the Poetics of Fiction
  • Sally Smith Hughes (2006-07)
    History of Science, University of California, Berkeley
    Genetically Determined: Genentech and the Rise of Commercial Biotechnology
  • Akasha Hull (1994-95)
    English, University of California, Santa Cruz
    Spirituality in African American women’s literature
  • Margaret Ellen Humphreys (2004-05)
    History, Duke University
    The Civil War and American Medicine
  • J. Paul Hunter (1985-86, 1995-96)
    English, University of Rochester
    The Origins of the English Novel; The Ideology of the Heroic Couplet
  • Jefferson Hunter (1984-85)
    English, Smith College
    Photography and Modern Literature
  • Mary K. Hunter (1991-92)
    Music, Bates College
    Opera Buffa and the Uses of Convention, 1760-1790
  • Phyllis Whitman Hunter (2004-05, 2005-06)
    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    Geographies of Capitalism: Imagining Asia in Early America
  • Tera Hunter (2017–18)
    History, Princeton University
    The African American Marriage Gap in the Twentieth Century
  • Torsten Husen (1978-79)
    Education, University of Stockholm
    American Educational Policies toward the Disadvantaged

  • Patricia Clare Ingham (2012-13)
    English, Indiana University, Bloomington
    Medieval New: Innovation, Novelty, History
  • Brad C. Inwood (1995-96)
    Classics, University of Toronto
    Reading Seneca
  • Javier Irastorza-Revuelta (1979-80)
    Economics, University of Madrid
    The Political and Economic Forces behind Inflation
  • Benjamin Henri Isaac (2004-05)
    Classics, Tel Aviv University, Israel
    (1) Corpus of Ancient Inscriptions of Judaea/Palaestina
    (2) Greek and Roman Ideas about Warfare
  • Wolfgang Iser (2000-01)
    English and Comparative Literature, University of Constance, Germany
    Conceptualizations of Culture
  • Jenann T. Ismael (2003-04)
    Philosophy, University of Arizona
    Science, Simplicity, and Symmetry
  • Toshihiko Izutsu (1982-83)
    Oriental Studies, Keio University
    Studies in Islam

  • Blyden Jackson (1981-83)
    English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    African-American Literature: A History
  • John Lester Jackson (2005-06)
    Anthropology, Duke University
    Black Judah: Race, Gender, and the Twelve Tribes of Transnationalism
  • Lawrence Patrick Jackson (2004-05)
    English, Emory University
    A Song in the Front Yard: A Cultural History of African American Writers and Critics, 1935-1960
  • Thorkild Jacobsen (1986-87, 1988-89)
    Sumerian, Harvard University
    Introduction to Sumerian
  • Richard Mark Jaffe (2004-05)
    Religion, Duke University
    Seeking Shakyamuni: World Travel and the Reconstruction of Japanese Buddhism, 1868-1945
  • Sarah S. Jain (2005-06)
    Anthropology, Stanford University
    Commodity Violence: American Automobility
  • Tsitsi Jaji (2017–18)
    Comparative Literature, Duke University
    Cassava Westerns: Black Revisions of the American Frontier Myth
  • Daniel M. James (1997-98)
    History, Duke University
    Memory Tales: Collective Memory and Communal Narratives in an Argentine City
  • Winston Anthony James (2001-02)
    History, Columbia University
    Claude McKay: From Bolshevism to Black Nationalism, 1923-1948
  • Kenneth Robert Janken (2000-01)
    African and African-American Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Mr. N Double-A C P: The Life of Walter White, 1893-1955
  • Richard C. M. Janko (1990-91)
    Classics, University of California, Los Angeles
    New Fragments of Aristotle’s Literary Theory
  • Kimberly Jannarone (2017–18)
    Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
    Mass Performance
  • Henri Janne (1979-80)
    Short term visitor, University Libre de Bruxelles
  • Martin Jay (2005-06)
    History, University of California, Berkeley
    The Ambivalent Virtues of Mendacity: Lying in Politics
  • Myra Jehlen (1985-86)
    English, State University of New York at Purchase
    Archimedes and the Paradox of Feminist Criticism
  • Peter Jelavich (1997-98)
    History, University of Texas at Austin
    Berlin Alexanderplatz: Media Aesthetics, Politics, and the Death of Weimar Culture
  • Randal M. Jelks (2006-07)
    History, Calvin College
    Benjamin Elijah Mays, a Religious Rebel in the Jim Crow South: An Intellectual Biography
  • Douglas M. Jesseph (1993-94)
    Philosophy, North Carolina State University
    The Hobbes-Wallis Controversy
  • Andrew Jewett (2013–14)
    History, Harvard University
    Against the Technostructure: Fearing Science in Modern America
  • Jia Jinhua (2014–15)
    Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of Macau, Hong Kong
    Religiosity and Literacy: The Journey of Daoist Priestesses in Tang China (618–907)
  • Jin Di (1992-93)
    English, Foreign Language Institute-Tianjin
    Translation of James Joyce’s Ulysses into Chinese
  • Jiwei Ci (1991-92)
    Philosophy, University of International Business & Econ.
    Conscience: A Study in Moral Philosophy, Moral Psychology, and Moral Culture
  • David Kenneth Johnson (2014–15)
    History, University of South Florida
    Buying Gay: Physique Magazines, Censorship, and the Rise of the Gay Movement
  • John J. Johnson (1985-86)
    History, University of New Mexico
    The United States and Latin America, 1815-1836
  • Caroline Jones (2017–18)
    Art History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Contested Visibilities and the Anthropogenic Image
  • Colin David Hugh Jones (2014–15)
    History, Queen Mary University of London, UK
    Thermidor: Twenty-Four Hours of Parisian Revolution, 27 July 1794
  • Kathleen W. Jones (2007-08)
    History, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
    Dying Young: A History of Youth Suicide, 1900 to the Present
  • Larry Eugene Jones (1988-89)
    History, Canisius College
    The German Right and the Nazi Seizure of Power, 1928-1934
  • Martha S. Jones (2013–14)
    History, University of Michigan
    Overturning Dred Scott: Race, Rights and Citizenship in Antebellum America
  • Meta DuEwa Jones (2018–19)
    English Language and Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Black Visionary Alchemy: How Poets & Artists Map Diaspora Memory
  • Willem Marinus Jongman (1988-89)
    Ancient History, Erasmus University
    The Political Economy of the Roman Empire
  • Gilbert M. Joseph (1992-93)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Summer of Discontent, Seasons of Upheaval: Elite Politics and Rural Rebellion in Yucatan, 1890-1915

  • Walter E. Kaegi (1996-97)
    History, University of Chicago
    Heraclius: An Emperor and His Crises
  • Grigorii Zosimovich Kaganov (1995-96)
    Architecture, Institute for Theory of Architecture
    Western Faces of St. Petersburg, 1700s-1920s
  • Benjamin Kahan (2016–17)
    Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Louisiana State University
    Sexual Etiologies and the Great Paradigm Shift
  • Thomas E. Kaiser (2004-05)
    History, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    Devious Empire: Marie Antoinette and French Austrophobia
  • George Kane (1987-88)
    English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    A Consolidated Glossary of Piers Plowman
  • Bruce Kapferer (2004-05)
    Anthropology, University of Bergen, Norway
    Cosmologies of Healing: Ritual Systems in Comparative Perspective
  • Alice Y. Kaplan (1989-90)
    French, Duke University
    Confessions of a Francophile
  • Fred Kaplan (1985-86)
    English, City University of New York
    A Biography of Charles Dickens
  • Temma Kaplan (1992-93)
    History, Barnard College
    Political Cultures and Women’s Political Action
  • Leon Kass (1984-85)
    Medicine & Bioethics, University of Chicago
    Is One What One Eats: From Nature to Ethics
  • John Kasson (1980-81, 2009-10)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    (1) Civility and Rudeness: Public Etiquette in the United States from the Mid-Nineteenth to Early Twentieth Century
    (2) The Little Girl Who Fought the Great Depression: Shirley Temple and 1930s America
  • Joy S. Kasson (1996-97)
    American Studies & English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show: History, Performance, and Cultural Identity
  • Linda Kauffman (1983-84)
    English, Ithaca College
    Discourses of Desire: Gender, Genre, and Epistolary Fictions
  • Anthony E. Kaye (2015–16)
    History, Pennsylvania State University
    Taking Canaan: Rethinking the Nat Turner Revolt
  • Peter A. Keating (2000-01)
    History of Biomedical Sciences, University of Quebec at Montreal
    "Biomedicine" and the Post-War Realignment of Biology and Clinical Medicine in NCI’s Cooperative Oncology Groups
  • Sean P. Keilen (2006-07)
    English, University of Pennsylvania
    The Influence of Friends: Authority and Tradition in Renaissance Poetry
  • Thomas E. Keirstead (2000-01)
    History, State University of New York at Buffalo
    Making Medieval Japan
  • Alison Mary Keith (2007-08)
    Classics, University of Toronto, Canada
    Ovidian Transformations in Flavian Epic
  • Tait Keller (2018–19)
    History, Rhodes College
    A Global Environmental History of the First World War
  • Donald Kelley (1984-85)
    History, University of Rochester
    English Common Law and Social Thought
  • Brian Kelly (2003-04)
    History, Queen’s University Belfast
    Black Workers, Black Elites, and the Labor Question in the Jim Crow South
  • Gavin A.J. Kelly (2010-11)
    Classics, University of Edinburgh, UK
    Rutilius' Return
  • Robert L. Kendrick (1998-99)
    Music, University of Chicago
    Music and Urban Life in Milan, 1580-1650
  • Dane K. Kennedy (2010-11)
    History, George Washington University
    Mapping Continents: British Exploration of Africa and Australia
  • Elizabeth L. Kennedy (2003-04)
    Women’s Studies, University of Arizona
    Many Strands, One Woman: Lesbianism, Marriage, and Sexuality in an Upper-Class Life
  • Dale Vivienne Kent (1985-86)
    History, La Trobe University
    Social Structure and Patronage in Early Medicean Florence
  • Robert Keohane (1995-96)
    International Relations, Harvard University
    Contested Commitments in United States Foreign Policy
  • Linda K. Kerber (1990-91)
    History, University of Iowa
    Women and the Obligations of Citizenship: The Gendered Discourse of American Law
  • Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie (2003-04)
    History, independent scholar
    Rites of August First: West Indian Emancipation Celebrations in the Black Atlantic World, 1831-1861
  • Samuel Joseph Kerstein (1999-2000)
    Philosophy, University of Maryland
    The Derivation of the Categorical Imperative: On the Foundations of Kantian Ethics
  • Alice Kessler-Harris (2006-07)
    History, Columbia University
    A Biography of Lillian Hellman
  • Paulina Kewes (2002-03)
    English, University of Wales, UK
    The Staging of History in Early Modern England
  • Akram F. Khater (2005-06)
    History, North Carolina State University
    A Deluded Woman: Gender and the Politics of Religious Modernity in Eighteenth-Century Greater Syria
  • Benedict F. Kiernan (2006-07)
    History, Yale University
    The Vietnam War in Vietnamese History, 211 BCE to 2005
  • Hwansoo Kim (2014–15)
    Religious Studies, Duke University
    A Transnational History of Colonial Korean Buddhism (1910–1945)
  • Mi Gyung Kim (2006-07)
    History of Science, North Carolina State University
    The Aerial Theater: Balloons and the Public in Pre-Revolutionary France
  • John N. King (1997-98)
    English, Ohio State University
    Foxe’s Book of Martyrs: Seven Studies
  • Mary Kinzie (2005-06)
    English, Northwestern University
    The Poems I Am Not Writing: A Meditation in Verse
  • Timothy A. Kircher (2007-08)
    History, Guilford College
    Leon Battista Alberti and Renaissance Learning: The Humanist in Revolt
  • Elizabeth D. Kirk (1992-93)
    English, Brown University
    Standing in Unknowing: Faith and Consciousness in Fourteenth-Century English Poetry
  • Elizabeth Esther Kiss (1995-96)
    Politics, Princeton University
    The Practice of Rights: Reconsidering ‘Rights Talk’
  • Mario Klarer (1995-96, 2000-01)
    Comparative Literature, University of Innsbruk, Austria
    (1) Ekphrasis: Pictorial Description and Textual Self-Reflexivity in English and American Literature
    (2) Still Lives: Tableaux Vivants and the Construction of Victorian Femininity
  • Judy L. Klein (1997-98)
    Economics, Mary Baldwin College
    Natural and Artificial Seasonal Rhythms in 19th- and 20th-Century Commerce
  • Emily Klenin (1979-80)
    Slavic Languages & Literatures, Harvard University
    Linguistic Change in Medieval East Slavic Languages
  • Ilya Kliger (2016–17)
    Russian and Slavic Studies, New York University
    Untimely Community: The Tragic Imagination in the Age of Russian Realism
  • Thomas Miller Klubock (2005-06)
    History, State University of New York, Stony Brook
    La Frontera: Land, Labor, and Ecological Change in Chile, 1873-1993
  • Janet Knapp (1988-89)
    Music, Vassar College
    The Polyphonic Conductus: A Study of the 6th and 7th Fascicles of the Manuscript Florence, Biblioteca Laurenziana, Pluteus 29.1
  • Franklin W. Knight (1986-87)
    History, Johns Hopkins University
    Spanish-American Creole Society in Cuba, 1750-1840
  • Ulrich C. Knoepflmacher (1995-96)
    English, Princeton University
    Appropriating Wordsworth
  • James Rex Knowlson (2002-03)
    French, University of Reading, UK
    Samuel Beckett and European Art and Architecture
  • John H. Komlos (2010-11)
    Economics, University of Munich, Germany
    An Anthropometric History of the World from the Seventeenth to the Twenty-First Century
  • David Konstan (1994-95)
    Classics, Brown University
    Friendship in the Classical World
  • Pavlos Kontos (2017–18)
    Philosophy, University of Patras
    Spectators of Moral Matters in Aristotle
  • Claudia A. Koonz (1993-94)
    History, Duke University
    Race, Eugenics and Gender in Nazi Social Politics
  • Maryanne Kowaleski (2005-06)
    History, Fordham University
    Living from the Sea: An Ethnography of Maritime Communities in Medieval England
  • Lloyd S. Kramer (2002-03)
    History, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
    Traveling to Unknown Places: Politics, Religion and the Cultural Identities of Expatriate Writers, 1780-1960
  • Elizabeth L. Krause (2013–14)
    Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    Tight Knit: Familistic Encounters in a Transnational Fast-Fashion Zone
  • Shepard Krech, III (1993-94, 2000-01)
    Anthropology, Brown University
    (1) The North American Indian: Ecologist, Conservationist, and Environmentalist?
    (2) Ethnobiology in Native North America
  • Norman Kretzmann (1992-93)
    Philosophy, Cornell University
    The General Philosophical Theology of Thomas Aquinas
  • Martin Krieger (1978-79)
    Public Policy, University of Minnesota
    Advice and Planning
  • Colleen Elizabeth Kriger (2014–15)
    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    Life, Death, and Business on the Guinea Coast
  • Sanjay Krishnan (2012-13)
    English, Boston University
    The Novel and Historical Derangement
  • Sheryl T. Kroen (2006-07)
    History, University of Florida
    The Marshall Plan: A Cultural History
  • Brian A. Krostenko (2001-02)
    Classics, University of Notre Dame
    Voicing Ideology: Art and Social Code in Cicero’s Political Speeches
  • Anna Krylova (2013–14)
    History, Duke University
    A History of the Soviet: The Lingua Franca of Soviet Modernity
  • John Richard Kucich (2002-03)
    English, University of Michigan
    Melancholy Magic: Masochism and Late Victorian Political Identities
  • Michael E. Kulikowski (2009-10)
    History, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    The Rhetoric of Being Roman: Fourth-Century Politics and the End of Empire
  • Marcia Kupfer (2012-13)
    Art History, Independent Scholar
    From Panoramic Survey to Mirror Reflection: Art and Optics in the Hereford Mappa Mundi
  • Karen Ordahl Kupperman (1984-85)
    History, University of Connecticut
    Tropical Puritans: The Providence Island Colony, 1630-1641
  • Ewa Kuryluk (1988-89)
    Art History, Unaffiliated
    Veronica and Her Cloth: Origins, Tradition, and Symbolism of a “True” Icon
  • Norman Kutcher (2015–16)
    History, Syracuse University
    Eunuchs in the Age of China’s Last Great Emperors
  • Igal Kvart (1983-84)
    Philosophy, Hebrew University
    Reference and Knowledge
  • Michael A. Kwass (2001-02)
    History, University of Georgia
    Consumption and the World of Ideas: Consumer Revolution and Changing Conceptions of Society in Pre-Revolutionary France

  • Maura K. Lafferty (2001-02)
    Classics, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
    The Empress of Languages: Latin in the Middle Ages
  • Peter Geoffrey Lake (1998-99)
    History, Princeton University
    Papists, Puritans, and Players: Cultural Conflict in Post Reformation England
  • Sanford Lakoff (1980-82)
    Political Science, University of California, San Diego
    The “Energy Crisis” and Political Beliefs
  • Jonathan Lamb (1991-92)
    English, University of Auckland
    Reading Job in the Eighteenth Century: The Politics and Aesthetics of Abjection
  • Joshua Landy (2011-12)
    French, Stanford University
    Literature, Narrative, and the Shape of a Life
  • Robert E. Lane (1983-84)
    Political Science, Yale University
    Markets and Politics: The Human Product
  • Gladys Engel Lang (1983-84)
    Sociology, State University of New York at Stony Brook
    A Study of the Etching Revival (1880-1939)
  • Kurt Lang (1983-84)
    Sociology, State University of New York at Stony Brook
    A Study of the Etching Revival (1880-1939)
  • Laurie Langbauer (2011-12)
    English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Child Authors and Juvenilia: The Tradition in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
  • Susan H. Langdon (1999-2000)
    Art History & Archaeology, University of Missouri, Columbia
    Gender and Society in Early Iron Age Greece
  • Nancy Langston (1996-97)
    Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison
    Riparian Boundaries
  • Thomas Laqueur (2000-01)
    History, University of California, Berkeley
    Death, Memory, and Modernity
  • Haile M. Larebo (2000-01)
    History, Morehouse College
    Church, State and Society in Ethiopia, 1885-1995
  • Miguel La Serna (2016–17)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Last Revolution: Shining Path and the War of the End of the World
  • Marixa A. Lasso (2013–14)
    History, Case Western Reserve University
    Building La Zona: Landscaping Urban Development at the Panama Canal, 1904–1914
  • Anthony J. La Vopa (1983-84, 1998-99)
    History, North Carolina State University
    (1) Vocation, Talent, and Merit: The German Intelligentsia and Social Ascent, c. 1700-1800
    (2) Fichte: A Thematic Biography, Volume 1: Compelling Reason
  • Steven Lawson (1987-88)
    History, University of South Florida
    From Protest to Power: Civil Rights and Black Politics since 1945
  • Eleanor Winsor Leach (1992-93)
    Classics, Indiana University
    Roman Painting and Roman Society
  • Claudia Leal (2018–19)
    History, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
    National Parks in Colombia: A History of Territorial State Building, 1940–2010
  • Lewis Leary (1978-79)
    English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Beginnings of Literature in the United States, 1730-1820
  • Sukjae Lee (2006-07)
    Philosophy, Ohio State University
    The Untimely Modern: Leibniz and His Rehabilitation of Formal and Final Causes
  • Patricia Leighten (1995-96)
    Art History, Queen’s University
    The Esthetics of Radicalism: Anarchism and Cultural Criticism in Avant-Guerre France
  • Thomas M. Lekan (2009-10, 2010-11)
    History, University of South Carolina
    Green Tourism: Consumption and Conservation in Twentieth-Century Germany
  • Timothy W. Lenoir (2008-09)
    New Technologies and Society, Duke University
    Virtual Conflict Resolution: Turning Swords to Ploughshares
  • Gertrud Lenzer (1980-81)
    Sociology, City University of New York-Brooklyn College
    The Intellectual Division of Labor and the Separation of Knowledge
  • Ralph Lerner (1981-82)
    Social Sciences, University of Chicago
    Re-creating a Civic Public, 1825-1850
  • James H. Lesher (2004-05)
    Philosophy, University of Maryland
    Knowledge and the Gods: Religious Aspects of Early Greek Theories of Knowledge
  • William E. Leuchtenburg (1978-81)
    History, Columbia University
    (1) FDR and the Supreme Court Crisis of the 1930s
    (2) Final Volume of Oxford History of United States: America since 1945
  • Lisa Levenstein (2014–15)
    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    Bringing Beijing Home: The Fourth World Conference on Women and the Global Politics of American Feminism
  • Jonathan Levin (1998-99)
    English & Comparative Literature, Columbia University
    The Literature of Place: American Nonfiction Prose
  • Richard Levin (1987-88)
    English, State University of New York at Stony Brook
    New Approaches to the Interpretation of English Renaissance Drama
  • Emily Levine (2017–18)
    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    Exceptional Institutions: Cities, Capital, and the Rise of the Research University
  • Bernard M. Levinson (2010-11)
    Judaic Studies, University of Minnesota
    Revelation and Redaction: The Role of Intellectual Models in Biblical Studies
  • Henry Samuel Levinson (1985-86)
    Religion, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    Santayana’s Religious Naturalism
  • John Robert Levison (2000-01)
    Religion, Duke University
    Out of Eden: An Analysis of the Life of Adam and Eve
  • Robert I. Levy (1990-91)
    Anthropology, University of California, San Diego
    Private Experience and Personal Organization in a Nepalese City
  • David Levering Lewis (1983-84)
    History, University of California, San Diego
    Race to Fashoda: Ethiopia, Africa, and the Upper Nile, 1896-1899
  • R. W. B. Lewis (1989-90)
    American Studies, Yale University
    Robert Penn Warren: the Poems of his Life
  • Bozhong Li (1992-93)
    History, Zhejiang Academy of Social Science
    The Baseline of China’s Economic Modernization: The Late Imperial Economy of the Lower Yangzi in World Historical Perspective
  • Huaqiang Li (2018–19)
    History of Art and Architecture, Fudan University
    Design, Ideology, and Communication: A Visual Culture Study on Chinese Left-wing Literary Publications (1928–1937)
  • Laura Lieber (2015–16)
    Religious Studies, Duke University
    Staging the Sacred: Orchestrating Holiness in Late Antiquity
  • Michael Lienesch (1998-99)
    Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Rethinking Scopes: The Scopes Trial and the Politics of Progress
  • Richard Lim (2002-03)
    Ancient History, Smith College
    The World Continues: Public Spectacles and Civic Transformation in Late Antiquity
  • Lisa Ann Lindsay (2004-05)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    A South Carolinian in Colonial Nigeria: One Family’s History and the African Diaspora
  • Mack Lipkin (1978-79)
    Medicine, University of Oregon Medical Sch.
    The Role of Suggestion in Medical Therapeutics
  • Lawrence Lipking (1993-94)
    English, Northwestern University
    Samuel Johnson: The Life of an Author
  • Daniel C. Littlefield (1988-89)
    History, Louisiana State University
    The Development of Slavery in South Carolina
  • Lydia H. Liu (1997-98)
    Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley
    A Global Circuit of Words: Missionary Linguistic Enterprise in 19th-Century China
  • Phoebe Lloyd (1984-85)
    Art History, University of Pennsylvania
    The Failure of the Artist in American Society
  • Joseph Loewenstein (1988-89)
    English, Washington University
    Renaissance Creativity and the Book Trade
  • Barry Loewer (1988-89)
    Philosophy, University of South Carolina
    An Investigation of Naturalistic Theories of Intentional Content and Causation
  • Michael Lofaro (1980-81)
    English, University of Tennessee
    Boone and Crockett: The Role of the Frontier Culture Hero in American Thought, 1784-1980
  • Marie-Rose Logan (1987-88)
    Romance Languages, Rice University
    Classical Scholarship and the Self: Guillaume Bude’s Nostra Philologia
  • Pamela O. Long (2012-13)
    History, Independent Scholar
    Rome Restored: Knowledge, Power, and Engineering, 1557-1590
  • Michele Longino (1997-98)
    French, Duke University
    The Staging of Exoticism in 17th-century France
  • Robert Longsworth (1980-81)
    English, Oberlin College
    Comic Elements in Middle English Romances
  • Beatrice Longuenesse (2015–16)
    Philosophy, New York University
    Self-Consciousness and the First Person
  • Steven H. Lonsdale (1991-92)
    Classics, Davidson College
    Dance and Ritual Play in Greek Religion
  • Dominic M. M. Lopes (2000-01)
    Philosophy, Indiana University-Kokomo
    Life Drawing: Pictures, Perception and Value
  • Donald S. Lopez (1996-97)
    Asian Languages & Culture, University of Michigan
    Prisoners of Shangri-la: Tibetan Buddhism and the West
  • Paul E. Losensky (2011-12)
    Central Eurasian Studies and Comparative Literature, Indiana University, Bloomington
    Ṣā'eb Tabrizi and the Poetics of Effulgence
  • Manuel A. dos Santos Lourenco (1979-80)
    Philosophy, University of Lisbon
    A Study on the Nature of Consciousness
  • Gordon Jeffrey Love (2014–15)
    German and Russian, Clemson University
    The Black Square: Alexandre Kojeve’s Challenge to Philosophy
  • Katherine J. P. Lowe (2000-01)
    History, Goldsmiths College, University of London
    Nuns’ Chronicles and Convent Culture in Renaissance and Counter-Reformation Italy
  • Richard Lowenthal (1979-80)
    Political Science, Berlin University
    Mao’s Emancipation from Stalin, 1935-38
  • Tina Lu (2005-06)
    East Asian Studies, University of Pennsylvania
    The Boy Who Was an Ingot, or Money in Late Imperial Chinese Literature
  • Townsend Ludington (1985-86)
    English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    A Biography of Marsden Hartley
  • Keith Phillip Luria (2000-01)
    History, North Carolina State University
    Sacred Boundaries: Catholics and Protestants in Seventeenth Century France
  • Michael Lurie (2013–14)
    Classics, Independent Scholar
    Not To Be Born Is Best: Greek Pessimism Revisited
  • Peter G. Lurie (2009-10)
    English, University of Richmond
    American Obscurantism
  • Joseph Luzzi (2004-05)
    Italian, Bard College
    Celluloid Muse: The Poetry of Italian Cinema
  • William G. Lycan (1998-99)
    Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Real Conditionals
  • Colleen Lye (2015–16)
    English, University of California, Berkeley
    The Asian American Sixties
  • Deidre S. Lynch (2000-01)
    English, State University of New York at Buffalo
    At Home in English: "Loving" Literature in the Eighteenth Century and After
  • Peter F. Lynch (1998-99)
    Art History, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College
    The Portrayal of Masculinity in the Age of “Maniera”
  • Deborah J. Lyons (1997-98)
    Classics, University of Rochester
    Women as Gifts and Givers: An Economics of Gender in Ancient Greece
  • F. S. L. Lyons (1982-83)
    History, Trinity College, Dublin
    The Life of William Butler Yeats

  • Michael R. Maas (1992-93)
    Ancient History, Rice University
    The Limits of Ethnography: Ethnicity and Empire in the Late Roman World
  • Michael MacDonald (1990-91)
    History, University of Michigan
    A History of the Mind in Early Modern England
  • Scott C. MacDonald (1992-93)
    Philosophy, University of Iowa
    Rational Pursuit of the Good: Deliberative Desire in Aquinas’s Moral Philosophy
  • Maynard Mack (1984-85, 1986-87)
    English, Yale University
    Shakespearean Tragedy
  • Sara Mack (1980-81)
    Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Ovid’s Metamorphoses: A Study in Epic Themes and the Ovidian Persona
  • Lucinda MacKethan (1984-85)
    English, North Carolina State University
    America’s Literature of Lighting Out: Sources and Structures
  • Nancy MacLean (2008-09)
    History, Northwestern University
    “Freedom Is the Answer”: The Strange Career of School Vouchers
  • Gary A. Macy (2005-06)
    Religion, University of San Diego
    Ordination and Women in the Medieval West
  • Gregory Maertz (2008-09)
    English, Saint John’s University
    House of Art: A Cultural History of Nazi Germany
  • Laurie F. Maffly-Kipp (1993-94)
    Religious Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    African American Communal Narratives: Religion, Race, and Memory in Nineteenth-Century America
  • Robert Magliola (1979-80)
    Comparative Literature, Purdue University
    Beyond Derrida: The Reinstatement of Poetic Presence
  • Victor H. Mair (1991-92)
    Chinese, University of Pennsylvania
    Buddhism and the Rise of the Written Vernacular in Medieval China
  • Peter L. Mallios (2005-06)
    English, University of Maryland
    Our Conrad: American Transatlantic Self-Imaginings, 1900-1950
  • Maurice Mandelbaum (1985-86)
    Philosophy, Dartmouth College
    Purpose and Necessity in Social Theory
  • Lee Manion (2013–14)
    English, University of Missouri
    The King is Emperor: Sovereignty, Justice, and Theories of Empire in Late Medieval Literature
  • Elizabeth C. Mansfield (2008-09)
    Art History, University of the South
    The Perfect Foil: François-André Vincent, 1746-1816
  • Harvey Mansfield, Jr. (1981-83)
    Government, Harvard University
    A Study of the Theory of Executive Power
  • Nicole Marafioti (2016–17)
    History, Trinity University
    Crime and Sin in Late Anglo-Saxon England
  • Harold Marcus (1985-86)
    History, Michigan State University
    A Modern History of Ethiopia, 1500 to Present
  • Joel Marcus (2004-05)
    Theology, Duke University
    The Passion Narrative in the Gospel of Mark
  • Ruth Barcan Marcus (1992-93)
    Philosophy, Yale University
    Belief and Rationality
  • Steven Marcus (1980-82)
    English, Columbia University
    Freud and the Culture of Humanism
  • Jo Burr Margadant (2002-03)
    History, Santa Clara University
    Monarchy at Risk: The Last French Royal Family, 1830-1848
  • Ted W. Margadant (2002-03)
    History, University of California-Davis
    Criminal Justice and Revolutionary Politics in 1789
  • Stuart Marks (1984-85)
    Anthropology, St. Andrews Presbyterian College
    Southern Hunting in Black and White
  • Timothy W. Marr (2013–14)
    American Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    “Mohammedans under the American Flag”: Moro-American Relations in the Muslim Philippines
  • Kate Marshall (2016–17)
    English Language and Literature, University of Notre Dame
    Novels by Aliens
  • Rex Martin (2004-05)
    Philosophy, University of Kansas
    Rawls on Economic Justice
  • Robert B. Martin (1988-89)
    English, Princeton University
    A Biography of Gerard Manley Hopkins
  • Teresita Martinez-Vergne (2002-03)
    History, Macalester College
    The Construction of Citizenship in the Twentieth-Century Dominican National Discourse
  • Anthony William Marx (1997-98)
    Political Science, Columbia University
    The Nation-State and its Exclusions: Comparative Institution and Identity Formation
  • Mark J. Maslan (2005-06)
    English, University of California, Santa Barbara
    False Lives: Biographical Fraud and Contemporary Fiction
  • Michelle Annette Massé (1999-2000)
    English, Louisiana State University
    The Mirror of Fashion: Critical Expectations and the Work of Louisa May Alcott
  • April Masten (2015–16)
    History, State University of New York–Stony Brook
    Diamond and Juba: The Rise and Fall of Challenge Dancing in America
  • John Frederick Matthews (1995-96)
    Ancient History, University of Oxford
    Genesis, Editing and Publication of the Theodosian Code
  • Victor Matthews (1986-87)
    Classics, University of Guelph
    A Critical Commentary on Antimachos of Kolophon
  • Anton M. Matytsin (2018–19)
    History, Kenyon College
    A History of History: The Académie des inscriptions and the Remaking of the Past
  • Sarah C. Maza (1988-89)
    History, Northwestern University
    Private Vices, Public Virtues: Literature, Law, and Public Opinion in France, 1762-1789
  • Mark A. Mazower (1993-94)
    History, University of Sussex
    The Experience of Nazi Occupation in Europe
  • Sucheta Mazumdar (2007-08)
    History, Duke University
    From the Slave Trade to the Opium Rush: The America-China Trade
  • James C. McCann (1991-92)
    History, Boston University
    People of the Plow: A Modern History of Ethiopian Agriculture
  • Sean J. McCann (2001-02)
    English & American Literature, Wesleyan University
    The Anti-Liberal Imagination: Twentieth-Century American Literature and the Problem of Government
  • Edward McClennen (1986-87)
    Philosophy, Washington University
    Rational Self-Interest and the Justification of Moral Principles
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    English, King’s College London, UK
    Literature in a Time of Migration: Print, Population and the British Nineteenth Century Novel
  • Paula Joanne McDowell (1999-2000)
    English, University of Maryland
    “The Tongue Can No Man Tame”: Popular Oral Culture in Working London, 1678-1743
  • Bernard McGinn (1999-2000)
    Religion, University of Chicago
    Continuity and Change in Late Medieval Mysticism 1300-1500
  • Charles F. McGovern (2013–14)
    American Studies, College of William and Mary
    The Civics of American Popular Music: Citizenship, Race, and Belonging, 1930–1972
  • John McGowan (2017–18)
    English Language and Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Comedy/Comity: Resources for Civility
  • Deborah L. McGrady (2010-11)
    French, University of Virginia
    Beyond Patronage: Rethinking Literary Dynamics During the Hundred Years War
  • Elizabeth McHenry (1998-99)
    English, New York University
    Forgotten Readers: African-American Literary Societies, 1830-1940
  • Terence Vaughn McIntosh (1999-2000)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Church, the Courts, and Illicit Sex in Germany, 1700-1830
  • William McKane (1987-88)
    Religion, University of St. Andrews
    The International Critical Commentary on Jeremiah: Volume II
  • James W. McKinnon (1993-94)
    Music, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    A Prehistory of Gregorian Chant
  • Ellen A. McLarney (2011-12)
    Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, Duke University
    Poetics of Islamic Politics: The Adab of Rights and Freedom
  • Louise McReynolds (1995-96, 1999-2000)
    History, University of Hawaii
    Russia at Play: Leisure-time Activities and Social Change in Late Imperial Russia
  • Brenda D. Meehan-Waters (1989-90)
    History, University of Rochester
    Women’s Religious Communities (zhenskie obshchiny) in Russia, 1764-1917
  • Louise Meintjes (2007-08)
    Musicology, Duke University
    Unwavering Voice and Disintegrating Body: Zulu Song and Dance in a Time of AIDS
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    English, Columbia University
    The Imagination of Chaos in Western Literature and Thought
  • Christopher Melchert (2014–15)
    Oriental Studies, University of Oxford, UK
    The Early History of Islamic Asceticism
  • Alfred R. Mele (1992-93)
    Philosophy, Davidson College
    Autonomous Agents: From Self-Control to Autonomy
  • Martin Melosi (1982-83)
    History, Texas A & M University
    Energy and Environment in Industrial America
  • Narayana Menon (1985-86)
    Music, Indian Academy of Music, Dance, Drama
    The Language of Music
  • Christia Mercer (2012-13)
    Philosophy, Columbia University
    Platonisms in Early Modern Philosophy
  • Carolyn Merchant (2000-01)
    History, University of California, Berkeley
    Reinventing Eden
  • Barbara D. Metcalf (1989-90)
    History, University of California, Davis
    The Pilgrimage Remembered: South Asian Accounts of the Hajj
  • Thomas R. Metcalf (1989-90)
    History, University of California, Berkeley
    Ideologies of the Raj, 1860-1920
  • Joanne Meyerowitz (1999-2000)
    History, University of Cincinnati
    Transsexuality in the U.S.
  • Marvin Meyers (1981-82)
    History, Brandeis University
    Of Founders and Founding in the Origins of the American Republic
  • Paula A. Michaels (2008-09)
    History, University of Iowa
    On the Trail of Dr. Lamaze: A Transnational History of Childbirth Education, 1930-1980
  • Mihajlo Mihajlov (1980-81)
    Comparative Literature, Unaffiliated
    Thirteen Years: A Memoir of the Years 1965 to 1978 in Yugoslavia
  • Andrew H. Miller (2004-05)
    English, Indiana University
    Improving Occasions
  • Joshua I. Miller (1993-94)
    Government and Law, Lafayette College
    William James and Democratic Action
  • Timothy Miller (1982-83)
    History, University of Washington
    The Birth of the Hospital in Medieval Byzantium
  • Kenneth R. Mills (1995-96)
    History, Princeton University
    Christianizing the Spanish World, 1450-1750
  • Gail Minault (1987-88)
    History, University of Texas at Austin
    Women’s Education and Social Change among Indian Muslims, 1870-1940
  • Nelson Hubert Minnich (2004-05)
    History, Catholic University of America
    The Fifth Lateran Council (1512-1517)
  • Alastair James Minnis (2005-06)
    English, Ohio State University
    The Medieval Eve: A Crisis in Creation
  • Heather Hyde Minor (2013–14)
    Art History, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s Lost Words
  • Lee Mitchell (1986-87)
    English, Princeton University
    Determined Fictions: The Excluded Self in American Literary Naturalism
  • Robert E. Mitchell (2012-13)
    English, Duke University
    Experimental Life: Vitalism in Romantic Science and Literature
  • Gregg Alden Mitman (2004-05)
    History of Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Breathing Space: An Ecological History of Allergy in America
  • Phillip Mitsis (1987-88)
    Classics, Cornell University
    Science and Morality in Hellenistic Thought
  • Richard Mizelle (2016–17)
    History, University of Houston
    Sugar Diabetes: Medical Entitlement and Civil Rights in America
  • Emese Mogyoródi (2012-13)
    Philosophy, University of Szeged
    Revelation and Reason: Mysticism and Metaphysics in Parmenides
  • Toril Moi (1994-95)
    Comparative Literature, Duke University
    Materialist Feminism: New Perspectives on Feminist Theory
  • Jon Moline (1979-80)
    Philosophy, University of Wisconsin
    Practical Wisdom
  • John Monfasani (2011-12)
    History, State University of New York, Albany
    A Three-Volume Study of the Plato-Aristotle Controversy of the Fifteenth Century
  • Craig A. Monson (1992-93)
    Music, Washington University
    Music & Life in the Convents of Bologna, 1500-1797
  • Robin Dale Moore (2004-05)
    Musicology, Temple University
    Music and Revolution: Cultural Change in Socialist Cuba
  • Richard A. Moran (1994-95)
    Philosophy, Princeton University
    Self and Other in Moral Psychology
  • Stefan Morawski (1985-86)
    Art History, Polish Academy of Science & Letters
    The Crisis of Art and Present-Day Civilizational Transformations
  • Jairo A. Moreno (2012-13)
    Musicology, University of Pennsylvania
    Syncopated Modernities: Musical Latin-Americanisms in the US, 1978-2008
  • John N. Morris (1996-97)
    English, Washington University
    Then: Essays in Recollection
  • Robert G. Morrison (2018–19)
    Religion, Bowdoin College
    An Economy of Knowledge in the Eastern Mediterranean
  • Ruth Morse (2012-13)
    English, Université Paris-Diderot, Sorbonne
    Imagined Histories: Fictions of the Past from Bede to Shakespeare
  • Gary Saul Morson (1978-79)
    Russian, University of Pennsylvania
    The Broken Frame: the Anti-Tradition in Russian Literature
  • Frank Charles Mort (2001-02)
    History, University of East London, UK
    Sexual London: Metropolitan Culture and Moral Change, 1945-63
  • Michael V. Moses (2000-01)
    English, Duke University
    Nation of the Dead: The Politics of Irish Writing, 1890-1990
  • Javier Muguerza (1982-83)
    Philosophy, University Nacional Education a Distancia
    Historic and Critical Evaluation of the Philosophical Legacy of Neopositivism in Contemporary Thought
  • Edward W. Muir (1992-93)
    History, Louisiana State University
    Ritual in Early Modern Europe
  • James Mulholland (2016–17)
    English Language and Literature, North Carolina State University
    Anglophone Literature and the Emergence of the Colonial Public Sphere in Asia, 1774–1819
  • Steven Mullaney (1991-92)
    English, University of Michigan
    Affective Domains: The Symbolic Economy of the Early Modern Subject
  • Carol Ann Muller (1999-2000)
    Music, University of Pennsylvania
    A Home Within: Cape Jazz Singing in Exile
  • Helmut Muller-Sievers (1994-95)
    German, Northwestern University
    Georg Buchner: Natural Philosophy and the Poetics of Despair
  • Brenda Murphy (1981-82)
    English, St. Lawrence University
    American Realism and Dramatic Form
  • Gretchen Murphy (2018–19)
    English Language and Literature, University of Texas at Austin
    Disestablishing Virtue: Federalism, Religion, and New England Women Writers
  • Laura Murphy (2017–18)
    English Language and Literature, Loyola University New Orleans
    The New Slave Narrative
  • Liam B. Murphy (2000-01)
    Law, New York University
    Promise, Practice and Contract
  • Paul Murphy (1981-82)
    History, University of Minnesota
    Extension of the Due Process Revolution to Juveniles and Indians
  • Stephen Murray (2003-04)
    Art History, Columbia University
    Telling the Story of Gothic
  • Grace Musila (2016–17)
    English Language and Literature, Stellenbosch University
    Critical Illegibility, Blackness and Scoring Dangerous Freedoms

  • Betty Rose Nagle (1984-85)
    Classics, Indiana University
    Narrative Voice and Narrative Style: The Aesthetics of Ovid’s Metamorphoses
  • Fred S. Naiden (2010-11)
    Ancient History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Smoke Signals for the Gods
  • Carla Suzan Nappi (2012-13)
    History, University of British Columbia
    Illegible Cities: Translating Early Modern China
  • Anna Nardo (1981-82)
    English, Louisiana State University
    The Ludic Spirit in Seventeenth-Century English Literature
  • Lawrence Nees (2010-11)
    Art History, University of Delaware
    Essays in the Margins of Early Islamic Art
  • Christopher T. Nelson (2012-13)
    Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Dreaming of the Dragon King: Trauma, Madness and Creative Action in Contemporary Japan
  • Robert Nelson (1986-87)
    Art History, University of Chicago
    Theodore Hagiopetrites, A Late Byzantine Scribe and Illuminator
  • Gordon D. Newby, Chr. (1990-91)
    History, North Carolina State University
    Contesting Abraham’s Legacy: Text and Intertext in Eighth-Century Jewish-Muslim Dialogue
  • Waller Randy Newell (1985-86)
    Political Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    The Political and Social Thought of Martin Heidegger
  • Richard Gordan Newhauser (1999-2000)
    English, Trinity University
    Greed and Capital: Avarice in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance
  • Jane O. Newman (2015–16)
    Comparative Literature, University of California, Irvine
    Auerbach’s Worlds: Early/Modern Mimesis between Religion and History
  • William Royall Newman (2014–15)
    Philosophy, Indiana University
    The Alchemy of Isaac Newton — A New Appraisal
  • William S. Newman (1983-84)
    Music, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Authentic Performance Practices in Beethoven’s Music
  • Su Fang Ng (2007-08)
    English, University of Oklahoma
    Global Renaissance: Early Modern Classicism and Empire
  • Wing Chung Ng (1996-97)
    Behavioral & Cultural Science, University of Texas at San Antonio
    Chineseness in Diaspora: The Cultural Politics of Chinese Identity in Canada
  • James Nickel (1978-79)
    Philosophy, Wichita State University
    A Philosophical Introduction to the Subject of Human Rights
  • Ekaterina Nikova (1994-95)
    History, Bulgarian Academy of Science
    The Balkans: A Modernization Unfulfilled
  • Mieko Nishida (2011-12)
    History, Hartwick College
    Gender, Race, and Nation in the Diaspora: Japanese Brazilians in São Paulo
  • Ruth Nisse (2005-06)
    English, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
    Jacob’s Shipwreck: Powers of Diaspora in the Postbiblical Literature of the Jewish and Christian Middle Ages
  • Daniel Nolan (2015–16)
    Philosophy, Australian National University
    Theoretical Virtues
  • Maura B. Nolan (2004-05)
    English, University of Notre Dame
    English Fortune: The Early History of a Literary Idea
  • Deborah Nord (2008-09)
    English, Princeton University
    Leaving Home: Women Writers and the Public Sphere, 1800 to the Present
  • Philip Nord (2008-09)
    History, Princeton University
    Remaking the French State, 1930-1950
  • Carl Nordenfalk (1978-79, 1980-82)
    Art History, Nationalmuseum, Stockholm
    Rembrandt’s “The Oath of the Batavians”
  • Helen North (D.V. 1982)
    Classics, Swarthmore College
    Distinguished Visitor

  • Conor Cruise O’Brien (1993-94)
    Irish Statesman
    The Founding Fathers and the French Revolution
  • Patricia A. O’Brien (1988-89)
    History, University of California, Irvine
    The Police, the State, and Civil Society in Nineteenth-Century France
  • Francis Valentine O’Connor (1994-95)
    Art History, Independent Scholar
    The Mural in America: Wall Painting as Art and Environment from Native American Times to Present
  • Katherine O’Brien O’Keeffe (1992-93)
    English, University of Notre Dame
    The Locks of Learning: Source, History, and the Interpretation of a Text
  • Michelle O’Malley (2015–16)
    History of Art, University of Sussex
    Marketing the Renaissance Workshop
  • Morna E. O’Neill (2012-13)
    Art History, Wake Forest University
    Decoration and Display: British Art and International Exhibitions, 1888-1910
  • Patrick Paul O’Neill (2001-02)
    English & American Literature, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
    Irish Cultural Influences on Anglo-Saxon England, 635-735
  • Francis C. Oakley (1990-91)
    History, Williams College
    Politics and Eternity
  • Josiah Ober (1983-84)
    Ancient History, Montana State University
    Elitism and Anti-Elitism in the Athenian Democracy of the Fourth Century B.C.
  • Gananath Obeyesekere (1989-90)
    Anthropology, Princeton University
    The Apotheosis of James Cook
  • Todd Ochoa (2017–18)
    Religion, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Conjecture for a Bembé: Religious Recombination in the Black Atlantic
  • Jonathan K. Ocko (1989-90)
    History, North Carolina State University
    Pingfan, Righting Wrongs: Concepts of Justice in Late Imperial China
  • Akinwumi O. Ogundiran (2015–16)
    History, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    Cultural History of the Atlantic Experience in the Yoruba Hinterland (West Africa), ca. 1550–1830
  • Kevin J. Ohi (2004-05)
    English, Boston College
    On the Queerness of Style: Henry James and the Erotics of Form
  • Carol J. Oja (1995-96)
    Musicology, Brooklyn College
    Experiments in Modern Music: New York in the 1920s
  • Isidore Oghenerhuele Okpewho (1997-98)
    Africana Studies, State University of New York at Binghamton
    A Dark and Dutiful Dyeli: The Poetry of Jay Wright
  • Jocelyn H. Olcott (2013–14)
    History, Duke University
    “The Greatest Consciousness-Raising Event in History”: The 1975 International Women’s Year Conference and the Challenges of Transnational Feminism
  • James Olney (1980-81)
    English, North Carolina Central University
    Autobiography and Cultural Anthropology
  • Stuart Douglas Olson (2008-09)
    Classics, University of Minnesota
    A New Loeb Edition of Athenaeus’ “Learned Banqueters”
  • John Opie (1980-81)
    History, Duquesne University
    Linking Energy Technologies and Quality of Life
  • Lena Cowen Orlin (2014–15)
    English, Georgetown University
    The Private Life of William Shakespeare
  • Sherry Ortner (1999-2000)
    Anthropology, Columbia University
    The Newark: An Ethnographic Study of Class and Culture in the United States
  • Charles D. Orzech (2009-10)
    Religious Studies, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    The Secrets of Three Mountains: Esoteric Buddhism in Continental East Asia, 755-1279
  • Akos Ostor (1980-81)
    Anthropology, Harvard University
    Time as Category and Value in Advanced Industrial and Third World societies
  • Elizabeth Otto (2017–18)
    Art History, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
    Haunted Bauhaus
  • Paul Otto (2015–16)
    History, George Fox University
    Beads of Power: Wampum and the Shaping of Early America
  • Alexandra Owen (1998-99)
    History & Women’s Studies, Northwestern University
    Magic and Modernity in Fin-de-Siècle Britain

  • Nell Painter (1978-79)
    History, University of Pennsylvania
    American Views of Race, Class, and Civilization at the Turn of the Century
  • Colin Palmer (1989-90)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Africa’s Children: The Preemancipation Experiences of Blacks in the Americas
  • John A. Palmer (2004-05)
    Philosophy, University of Florida
    Parmenides and Presocratic Philosophy
  • Robert Palmer (1979-80)
    History, Yale University
    Education and the French Revolution
  • Narendra Panjwani (1997-98)
    Journalism, Assistant Editor, Times of India
    Exploring Indian Modernity Through Popular Cinema 1950-1970
  • Luis Nicolau Pares (2010-11)
    Anthropology, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil
    Religion on the Pre-Colonial Slave Coast and its Atlantic Repercussions
  • Kunal Madhukar Parker (2014–15)
    Law, University of Miami
    Immigrants and Other Foreigners: U.S. Immigration and Citizenship Law, 1600–2000
  • Mark Louis Parker (2001-02)
    English & American Literature, Randolph-Macon College
    Blackwood’s Magazine and the Aestheticization of Knowledge
  • Jann C. Pasler (2006-07)
    Musicology, University of California, San Diego
    Music, Race, and Colonialism in Fin-de-siècle France
  • Gerard Passannante (2010-11)
    Comparative Literature, University of Maryland
    (1) Earthquakes of the Mind
    (2) The Physics of Thought
  • Daphne Patai (1990-91)
    Spanish & Portuguese, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    Gendermania: Male and Female Power in Utopian Fiction
  • Alka Patel (2018–19)
    History of Art and Architecture, University of California, Irvine
    India, Iran and Empire: The Shansabānīs of Ghūr, c. 1150–1215
  • Silvana Patriarca (2005-06)
    History, Fordham University
    Italian Vices: The Discourse of National Character, c. 1815-2000
  • Robert Patten (1987-88)
    English, Rice University
    The Life, Art, and Times of George Cruikshank
  • Annabel M. Patterson (1991-92)
    English, Duke University
    Re-Assessing Holinshed’s Chronicles
  • Daniel Watkins Patterson (1997-98)
    English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Cultural Interpretation of 18th-Century Scotch-Irish Gravestones in the Carolina Piedmont
  • Richard Patterson (1985-86)
    Philosophy, Emory University
    Aristotle on Essence, Explanation, and Logic
  • Laurie Ann Paul (2011-12)
    Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    A Common Cause: A Unified Account of Causation and Causal Reasoning
  • Frederick Stephen Paxton (2006-07)
    History, Connecticut College
    Sickness, Death and Dying in Early Medieval Europe
  • Elizabeth Anne Payne (2008-09)
    History, University of Mississippi
    Shattering White Solidarity: A History of the Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union
  • James L. Peacock (2003-04)
    Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Exploring Identity in the Global South
  • Gunther William Peck (2001-02)
    History, University of Texas-Austin
    White Slavery, American Freedoms: Race, Gender, and Citizenship in the United States, 1850-1925
  • Linda Levy Peck (1991-92)
    History, Purdue University
    Britain in the Age of the Baroque
  • Michael G. Peletz (1999-2000)
    Anthropology, Colgate University
    Sacred Texts and Contested States: The Culture and Political Economy of Malaysia’s Islamic Courts
  • Michael P. Penn (2007-08, 2012-13)
    Religion, Mount Holyoke College
    (1) Imaging Islam: Syriac Christian Responses to the Islamic Conquests
    (2) Syriac Christian Reactions to the Rise of Islam
  • Theda Perdue (2003-04)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Who is an Indian? Native Americans in North Carolina, 1500-2000
  • Chaim Perelman (1979-80)
    Philosophy, University of Brussels
    The Logic of Legal Reasoning
  • Harold Perkin (1982-83)
    History, University of Lancaster
    English Society since 1880, with Special Reference to Citizenship, Property, and Professionalism
  • Shalom Perlman (1986-87)
    Classics, Tel Aviv University
    Isocrates—The Greek Intellectual
  • Anne Perotin (1980-81)
    History, French National Archives
    Privateerism and the Independence of Spanish America, 1810-1830
  • David Peterson (1987-88)
    History, University of Texas at Austin
    Politics, Finance, and Reform: The Church in Florence, 1415-1460
  • Merrill D. Peterson (1980-81)
    History, University of Virginia
    The Great Triumvirate: Webster, Clay, and Calhoun
  • Richard A. Peterson (1989-90)
    Sociology, Vanderbilt University
    Commercialization and Authenticity: The Case of Country Music
  • Henry Petroski (1987-88)
    Engineering, Duke University
    With a Pencil: Essays on Engineering and Culture
  • Ankica Petrovic (1993-94)
    Music, University of Sarajevo
    The Changing Role of Women in Religious Rituals
  • Marta Petrusewicz (1986-87)
    History, Princeton University
    The Rise and Fall of the Calabrian Latifundia, 1806-1896
  • Richard W. Pfaff (1996-97)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    A History of the Liturgy in Medieval England
  • Thomas Pfau (2010-11)
    English & German, Duke University
    Amnesiac Modernity: Conceptual Traditions and the Demise of Responsible Knowledge
  • J. R. Seymour Phillips (1987-88)
    History, University College, Dublin
    The Reign of Edward II of England
  • Aretha Phiri (2018–19)
    English Language and Literature, Rhodes University, South Africa
    Interrogating Blackness, Locating ‘Africanness’: Call-and-Response in the Works of Toni Morrison and Zoë Wicomb, NoViolet Bulawayo, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Taiye Selasi
  • Edmund Pincoffs (1981-82)
    Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin
    Character: Some Philosophical Essays
  • Gloria Ferrari Pinney (1989-90)
    Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College
    Interpretation of Greek Vases: Image and Function
  • Morgan Pitelka (2011-12)
    Asian Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Sixteenth-Century Losers: A History of Daily Life and Destruction in Ichijodani, Japan
  • Marc Plattner (1983-84)
    Government, U.S. Mission to the United Nations
    Income Redistribution and Economic Justice
  • John M. Plotz (2001-02)
    English & American Literature, Johns Hopkins University
    Portable Properties: The Circulation of Objects in Nineteenth-Century Britain
  • Brenda Plummer (1999-2000)
    History, University of Wisconsin, Madison
    Turbulent Era: African-Americans and Foreign Affairs, 1954-1980
  • Valery A. Podoroga (1994-95)
    Comparative Literature, Russian Academy of Science
    The Body and Writing: Strategies of Sensibility in Russian Literature and Art of the 19th and 20th Centuries
  • Nikita E. Pokrovsky (1989-90)
    Philosophy, Moscow State University
    The American Transcendentalist Worldview and the Moral Problems of Citizenship
  • Gianna Pomata (2003-04)
    History, Università di Bologna
    Holy Bodies in Early Modern Medicine and Religion
  • Sara Poor (2017–18)
    Medieval Studies, Princeton University
    Telling Tales of Clever Women: Authorship and the Devotional Book in Late Medieval Germany
  • Jeremy D. Popkin (2000-01, 2012-13)
    History, University of Kentucky
    (1) History, Historians and Autobiography
    (2) Freedom and Unfreedom in the Age of Revolution
  • R. Douglas Porch (1982-83)
    History, University College of Wales
    The French Colonial Army, 1830-1962
  • David Lewis Porter (2002-03)
    English, University of Michigan
    China and the Invention of British Aesthetic Culture
  • D. Mark Possanza (2015–16)
    Classics, University of Pittsburgh
    Fragmentary Republican Latin, vol. VIII, “Lyric, Elegiac and Hexameter Poetry,” a volume to be published in the Loeb Classical Library
  • Gerald Postema (1986-87, 2005-06)
    Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    (1) Law, Community, and Conflict
    (2) The Discipline of Common Reason
  • Richard J. Powell (1995-96)
    Art History, Duke University
    Subjugation and Agency in Nineteenth-Century Images of Blacks
  • Russell A. Powell (2013–14)
    Philosophy, Boston University
    Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity: A Philosophical Exploration of the Biotechnology Revolution
  • Wilfrid Robertson Prest (1998-99)
    History, University of Adelaide
    Going to Law in Early Modern England
  • Katherine K. Preston (2009-10)
    Musicology, College of William and Mary
    Against the Grain: Women Managers and English Opera in Late Nineteenth-Century America
  • William Prizer (1984-85)
    Music, University of California, Santa Barbara
    Music in Mantua during the Period of Isabella d’Este
  • David Prochaska (1987-88)
    History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    The Colonial City in the Third World
  • Ian N. Proops (2012-13)
    Philosophy, University of Texas, Austin
    Reason’s Fiery Critique: Kant and Rational Metaphysics
  • Michael James Puri (2013–14)
    Musicology, University of Virginia
    Ravel the Cosmopolitan
  • Stephen Pyne (1979-80, 2002-03)
    (1) History, U.S. Forest Service: The Culture of Fire
    (2) History, Arizona State University: A Fire History of Canada

  • David Beers Quinn (1982-83)
    History, University of Liverpool
    The Roanoke Voyages, 1584-1590

  • Eduardo Antonio Rabossi (1992-93)
    Legal Philosophy, University of Buenos Aires
    Redressing the Wrongs: The Judicial Review of Human Rights Violations in Argentina
  • Cynthia Radding (2010-11)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Bountiful Deserts and Imperial Shadows: Corridors of Knowledge and Migration in Northern New Spain (1680-1820)
  • Janice Radway
    English, Northwestern University
    Girls and Their Zines in Motion: Selfhood and Sociality in the 1990s
  • Paul Rahe (1983-84)
    Classics, Franklin and Marshall College
    Republics Ancient and Modern
  • Peter Railton (2010-11)
    Philosophy, University of Michigan
    Toward a Unified Theory of Rationality in Belief, Desire, and Action
  • Jill Raitt (1987-88)
    Religion, University of Missouri-Columbia
    The Colloquy of Montbeliard, 1586
  • Suzanne Raitt (1998-99)
    English, University of Michigan
    The Aesthetics of Waste: Victorian and Modernist Literary Economies
  • Donald J. Raleigh (1991-92)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Civil War on the Volga: Saratov Province, 1918-1922
  • Sumathi Ramaswamy (2013–14)
    History, Duke University
    Global Itineraries: The Indian Travels of a Worldly Object
  • Grant Ramsey (2015–16)
    Philosophy, Independent Scholar
    Toward a Unified Foundation for Evolutionary Theory
  • Barbara Ramusack (1986-87)
    History, University of Cincinnati
    The Indian Princes and Their States
  • Anupama P. Rao (2008-09)
    History and Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University
    Caste and the Colonial City: Dalit Life and Labor in Colonial Bombay
  • Joanne Rappaport (2002-03)
    Anthropology, Georgetown University
    Indigenous Public Intellectuals and the Construction of Nationality in Colombia
  • William E. Ray, Jr. (1996-97)
    French, Reed College
    French Fiction and the Cultivation of the Public
  • Andrews Reath (1991-92)
    Philosophy, North Carolina State University
    Kant’s Moral Theory: The Autonomy of the Will as the Foundation of Morality
  • William M. Reddy (1995-96)
    History, Cultural Anthropology, Duke University
    Fiction and Identity in France, 1815-1848
  • Bruce Redford (2004-05)
    English & Art History, Boston University
    Dilettanti: The Antic and the Antique in Eighteenth-Century Britain
  • John Shelton Reed (1983-84)
    Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Anglo-Catholic Movement in the Nineteenth-Century Church of England
  • Todd W. Reeser (2003-04)
    French, University of Utah
    Translating Platonic Sexuality in the Renaissance
  • Donald H. Regan (1989-90)
    Law, University of Michigan
    Agents and Their Ends: Prolegomena to a Doctrine of the Good
  • Tom Regan (1984-85)
    Philosophy, North Carolina State University
    The Moral Philosophy of G. E. Moore
  • Bernard M. Reginster (1999-2000)
    Philosophy, Brown University
    The Affirmation of Life: Nietzsche on Overcoming Nihilism
  • Warren Reich (1982-83)
    Theology and Bioethics, Georgetown University
    Autonomy: The Concept and Its Application to the Patient-Physician Relationship
  • Claude G. Reichler (1997-98)
    French, University of Lausanne
    Ethnographical Mourning
  • Donald Reid (1987-88, 2012-13)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    (1) The Social History of France since 1880
    (2) The Factory Is Where the Workers Are: Constructing Democracy and Community Chez Lip
  • João José Reis (2008-09)
    History, Federal University of Bahia
    Ganhadores: Street Labor in Nineteenth-Century Bahia, Brazil
  • Ann Reynolds (2017–18)
    Art History, University of Texas at Austin
    In Our Time
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    Philosophy, Texas Tech University
    Poetry: Philosophical Thoughts on an Ancient Practice
  • Lucio Riccetti (1992-93)
    History, Independent Scholar, Italy
    From Social History to Spiritual Metaphoir: Orvieto in the Mirror of Its Cathedral
  • Louise Rice (2013–14) Art History, New York University
    Conclusions: Art for the Academic Defense in Seventeenth-Century Rome
  • Mark Richard (1987-88)
    Philosophy, Tufts University
    Semantic Theory and the Interpretation of Psycholgocial Ascriptions
  • Eliza C. Richards (2010-11)
    American Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Correspondent Lines: Poetry and Journalism in the U.S. Civil War
  • John F. Richards (1979-80, 2000-01)
    History, Duke University
    (1) Empire and Society in Western India, 1680-1750
    (2) The Unending Frontier: Early Modern World Environmental History
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    English, Colgate University
    The Ideological Origins of African-American Literature
  • Thomas K. Richards (1990-91)
    English, Harvard University
    The Victorian Archive: Knowledge and the State in Imperial Britain, 1870-1950
  • Robert Dale Richardson, Jr. (1999-2000)
    English, Wesleyan University
    An Intellectual Biography of William James
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    English, Georgia State University
    Stewart Parker: The Conjurer’s Art
  • Melvin Richter (1989-90)
    Political Science, City University of New York-Hunter College
    Tocqueville, the Two Napoleons, and Bonapartism
  • Paul Ricoeur (1979-81, 1983-84)
    Philosophy, University of Chicago
    (1) The Narrative Function and the Human Experience of Time
    (2) Diction, Narrative, and Time
  • Peter Riesenberg (1978-79)
    History, Washington University
    Citizenship from the Greeks to the Age of the American and French Revolutions
  • Jonathan Riley (2002-03)
    Philosophy, Tulane University
    Pluralistic Liberalisms: Berlin, Rawls, and Mill
  • Fritz K. Ringer (1993-94)
    History, University of Pittsburgh
    Max Weber and the Crisis of German Academic Culture
  • David Robert Ringrose (2003-04)
    History, University of California, San Diego
    Europeans in the World, 1400-1650
  • Harriet Ritvo (1989-90, 2002-03)
    History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    (1) Reading Taxonomies: Varieties of Animal Classification in 19th-Century England
    (2) The Dawn of Green: Manchester, Thirlmere, and the Victorian Environment
  • Hollis Robbins (2017–18)
    African American Studies, Johns Hopkins University
    Forms of Contention: The African American Sonnet Tradition
  • Craige Roberts (2012-13)
    Linguistics, Ohio State University
    Content in Context: Interpreting Definite Noun Phrases
  • Cara W. Robertson (2004-05, 2005-06)
    English & Law, independent scholar
    The Canning Affair: Law and Evidence in the Eighteenth Century; The Trial of Lizzie Borden
  • D. W. Robertson, Jr. (1980-81)
    English, Princeton University
    An Introduction to The Canterbury Tales
  • Kellie Paige Robertson (2011-12)
    English, University of Wisconsin, Madison
    Love and Physics in the Age of Chaucer
  • Armstead Robinson (1984-85)
    History, University of Virginia
    Day of Jubilo, Years of Sorrow: The Civil War Emancipation Experience in the Mississippi Valley, 1860-1865
  • Jenefer Mary Robinson (2002-03)
    Philosophy, University of Cincinnati
    A Theory of Emotion: How to Make the Connection Between “Primitive” and Cognitively Complex Emotions
  • Eugene F. Rogers, Jr. (1998-99)
    Religious Studies, University of Virginia
    After Nature: Natural Law and the Virtues in the Biblical Commentary of Thomas Aquinas
  • Kim Lacy Rogers (1999-2000)
    History, Dickinson College
    Delta Narratives: Memory, Testimony, and Social Change
  • John C.G. Röhl (1997-98)
    European Studies, University of Sussex
    Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany — A Biography (volume 2)
  • Lynn E. Roller (1992-93)
    Classics, University of California, Davis
    The Cult of Anatolian Cybele
  • Dennis Romano (2000-01)
    History, Syracuse University
    Francesco Foscari and the Crisis of Venetian Republicanism
  • William J. Rorabaugh (1983-84)
    History, University of Washington
    Apprentices in the United States during the Early Industrial Revolution, 1783-1860
  • Amelie O. Rorty (2007-08)
    Philosophy, Harvard University
    On the Other Hand: The Ethics of Ambivalence
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    Philosophy, University of Arizona
    Personal Good
  • Alexander Rosenberg (2006-07)
    Philosophy, Duke University
    Human Singularity
  • Leah R. Rosenberg (2010-11)
    English Literature, University of Florida
    Contested Possessions: Tourism and the Representation of Caribbean Folk Culture
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    History, independent scholar, Rougemont, Switzerland
    Benjamin Constant (1767-1830) and the Religious Underpinnings of Liberalism
  • Ellen Ross (2011-12)
    History, Ramapo College of New Jersey
    Missionaries, Philanthropists and "Valiant Warrior Queens:" From Social Work to Global Activism in Britain, 1914-1950
  • Murray Roston (1985-86)
    English, Bar-Ilan University
    Perspectives in Literature and the Visual Arts, 1660-1800
  • William Rowe (1984-85)
    Philosophy, Purdue University
    A Philosophical Examination of Rationalistic Theology
  • Charles Royster (1984-85)
    History, Louisiana State University
    William Tecumseh Sherman, Stonewall Jackson, and the Civil War
  • Steven Lee Rubenstein (2008-09)
    Anthropology, University of Liverpool
    Shuar Women as Agents of Political Discourse and Practice
  • Matthew Rubery (2018–19)
    English Language and Literature, Queen Mary University of London
    Reader’s Block: Testimonies of Neurological Reading Disorders
  • Ian P. Rumfitt (1996-97)
    Philosophy, University of Michigan
    Frege’s Notion of Sense: Its Nature and Genesis
  • Linda M. Rupert (2012-13)
    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    Inter-Colonial Marronage, Colonial Policy, and Imperial Jurisdiction in the Early Modern Caribbean
  • Nicolaas A. Rupke (1988-89)
    History of Science, Unaffiliated
    A Scientific Biography of Richard Owen (1804-92)
  • Philip Rupprecht (2005-06) Musicology, City University of New York, Brooklyn College
    Avant-Garde Nation: British Musical Modernism Since 1960
  • Ashraf H. A. Rushdy (1998-99)
    African American Studies & English, Wesleyan University
    The Play of Race: Meditations on an American Institution
  • George Russell (1982-83)
    English, University of Melbourne
    An Edition of the C-Version of Piers Plowman
  • Cynthia Russett (1979-80)
    History, Yale University
    Scientific Attempts to Define Gender Differences in England and America, 1860-1920

  • David W. Sabean (2008-09)
    History, University of California, Los Angeles
    Kinship and Incest Discourse in Europe and America since the Renaissance
  • Honor Sachs (2018–19)
    History, University of Colorado Boulder
    Freedom by a Judgment: The Legal History of an Afro-Indian Family
  • Jonathan Sachs (2014–15)
    English, Concordia University, Canada
    Decline and the Depths of Time in British Romanticism
  • Behnam Sadeghi (2010-11)
    Islamic Studies, Stanford University
    Women in the Public Space: Evolution of Ideas in the First 150 Years of Islam
  • Nayantara Sahgal (1983-84)
    Creative Writing, Unaffiliated
    A Man-Size Cloud (a novel)
  • Paul K. Saint-Amour (2005-06)
    English, Pomona College
    Archive, Bomb, Camera: Modernism in the Shadow of Total War
  • George Saliba (1997-98)
    Arabic & Islamic Science, Columbia University
    Arabic Science in Renaissance France: Guillaume Postel and Arabic Planetary Theories
  • Neal E. Salisbury (1991-92)
    History, Smith College
    First Americans: Indians in North American History to 1800
  • Stephen G. Salkever (2007-08)
    Political Science, Bryn Mawr College
    The Ethics and Politics of Natural Questions
  • Ricardo Salles (2018–19)
    Philosophy, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
    The Ancient Stoic Proofs of the Intelligence of the Cosmos and Their Platonic Background
  • David W. Samuels (2007-08)
    Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    Speaking in New Tongues: Missionaries and the Conversion of Language
  • Ed Parish Sanders (1993-94)
    Religion, Duke University
    The Economic Significance of Various Temple Systems in the Ancient World
  • Paula Ann Sanders (2002-03)
    History, Rice University
    Making Cairo Medieval
  • David Sanford (1989-90)
    Philosophy, Duke University
    Causation and Mechanism
  • Edith Sarra (2016–17)
    East Asian Languages and Literatures, Indiana University, Bloomington
    Unreal Houses: Character, Gender, and Genealogy in the Tale of Genji
  • Jack M. Sasson (1994-95)
    Religious Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Life and Times of Zimri-Lim, King of Mari
  • Elaine Scarry (1979-80)
    English, University of Pennsylvania
    The Language of Physical Pain
  • Elizabeth Sara Schechter (2014–15)
    Philosophy, Washington University in St. Louis
    The Other Side: “Split” Brains and Our Selves
  • Nancy Scheper-Hughes (1989-90)
    Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
    Death Without Weeping: Mother Love and Child Death in Northeast Brazil
  • Jutta Schickore (2011-12)
    History of Science, Indiana University, Bloomington
    Hazardous Operations: Experiments with Snake Venom, 1660-1960
  • Brenda D. Schildgen (2005-06)
    Comparative Literature, University of California, Davis
    Heritage or Heresy: Preservation and Destruction of the Cultural and Natural Environment
  • David H. Schimmelpenninck (2002-03)
    History, Brock University
    Russian Orientalism: Asia in the Russian Mind from Catherine the Great to the Emigration
  • Tad M. Schmaltz (1997-98)
    Philosophy, Duke University
    Radical French Cartesianism: Desgabets, Regis, and Constructions of Descartes (1663-1751)
  • Jeffrey T. Schnapp (1991-92)
    Comparative Literature, Stanford University
    Boccaccio and the Institution of Authorship
  • David Lee Schoenbrun (2009-10),, History, Northwestern University
    Killer Kings and Moralities of Power: East African Political Culture to the Nineteenth Century
  • Lars Schoultz (1999-2000)
    Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Exploring Political Culture: The United States and the Promotion of Democracy in Latin America
  • Ellen W. Schrecker (1994-95)
    History, Yeshiva University
    Subversive Activities: Anticommunism and Political Repression during the 1940s and 1950s
  • Karin Lynn Schutjer (2004-05)
    German, University of Oklahoma
    Goethe’s Wanderers and the Wandering Jews: Identity, Idolatry, Modernity
  • Philip D. Schuyler (1988-89)
    Music, Columbia University
    The Politics of Tradition: Music and Musicians in San’a'(Y.A.R.)
  • Barry Schwartz (1992-93)
    Sociology, University of Georgia
    Now He Belongs to the Ages: Lincoln in Collective Memory
  • Bill Schwarz (2015–16)
    Cultural Studies, Queen Mary University of London
    Coauthored with Stuart Hall: (1) The Politics of the Cultural Turn, (2) Politics and Culture in the Age of Neoliberalism
  • Samuel Scolnicov (1978-79)
    Philosophy, Hebrew University
    Plato’s Philosophy of Education
  • Anne Scott (1980-81)
    History, Duke University
    Women’s Voluntary Associations in the Making of American Society
  • Donald Scott (1985-86)
    History, Brown University
    The Democratization of Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century America
  • John Beldon Scott (1993-94)
    Art History, University of Iowa
    Architecture of the Shroud
  • Rebecca J. Scott (2010-11)
    History & Law, University of Michigan
    'Mistress of Her Own Person': Contesting Enslavement through Law in the Era of the Haitian Revolution
  • Daniel Scroop (2015–16)
    History, University of Glasgow
    The Politics of Scale in Modern American History
  • Richard A. S. Seaford (1992-93)
    Classics, University of Exeter
    Mystery Cult and Its transformations in the Greek City-State to the End of the Classical Period
  • Tamara Sears (2016–17)
    Art History, Rutgers University–New Brunswick
    Wilderness Urbanisms: Architecture, Landscape, and Travel in Southern Asia
  • Thomas Sebeok (1980-81)
    Linguistics and Semiotics, Indiana University
    Animal Communication
  • Eve K. Sedgwick (1991-92)
    English, Duke University
    Marriage Inside Out: Across Genders, Across Sexualities
  • John Seelye (1983-84)
    American Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Beautiful Machine: Rivers and the Emerging Republic
  • Charles P. Segal (1993-94)
    Classics, Harvard University
    A Literary Commentary on Ovid, Metamorphoses, 10-12 and an Interpretive Essay on the Metamorphoses
  • Robert Alan Segal (1997-98)
    Theory of Religion, Lancaster University
    The Biography of William Robertson Smith
  • Mab Segrest (2017–18)
    History, Connecticut College
    Administrations of Lunacy: Race, Psychiatry, and Georgia’s State Hospital
  • Tatiana Seijas (2016–17)
    History, Pennsylvania State University
    First Routes: Indigenous Trade and Travel between the American Southwest and Mexico
  • John Sekora (1982-83)
    English, Western Illinois U.
    William Wells Brown and the African-American Practice of Narrative
  • Martha Ann Selby (2010-11)
    Asian Studies, University of Texas, Austin
    The Semiotics of Gender and Femininity in Sanskrit Medical Literature
  • Christopher Clare Sellers (1999-2000)
    History, State University of New York at Stony Brook
    After the Natural: An Environmental History of the Modern Suburb
  • Mark Seltzer (1990-91)
    English, Cornell University
    Bodies and Machines
  • Bernard Semmel (1986-87)
    History, State University of New York at Stony Brook
    The Idea of Imperialism
  • Stuart Semmel (2005-06)
    History, University of Delaware
    “An Anthropology of Ourselves”: A Cultural and Intellectual History of Mass Observation
  • Neslihan Senocak (2015–16)
    History, Columbia University
    Care of Souls in Medieval Italy, 1050–1300
  • Jon F. Sensbach (2001-02)
    History, University of Florida
    Rebecca’s Revival: The Origins of Afro-Christianity in theAtlantic World
  • Franziska Seraphim (2018–19)
    History, Boston College
    Geographies of Justice: Japan, Germany, and the Allied War Crimes Program
  • Camille Serchuk (2014–15)
    Art History, Southern Connecticut State University
    Realm and Representation: Art, Cartography and Visual Culture in France, 1450–1610
  • Kenneth Severens (1982-83)
    Art History, College of Charleston
    Charleston Antebellum Architecture and Civic Destiny
  • Gilbert Sewall (1981-82)
    Education, Newsweek Magazine
    Basic Education: Past, Present, and Future
  • William H. Sewell (2006-07)
    Political Science & History, University of Chicago
    Eighteenth-Century Capitalism and the Cultural Origins of the French Revolution
  • Biwu Shang (2015–16)
    English, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    Narrative Ethics in Twenty-First-Century Fiction
  • Gary M. Shapiro (1993-94)
    Philosophy, University of Richmond
    Theorizing Vision: The Visual Arts in Recent French Thought
  • Michael Shapiro (1983-84)
    Art History, Duke University
    Marble Carving and American Sculpture
  • Jane Ashton Sharp (2013–14)
    Art History, Rutgers University
    Another Art: Abstract Painting in Moscow after the Thaw
  • Ronald Sharp (1986-87)
    English, Kenyon College
    Keats and the Romantic Idea of Friendship
  • Stephanie J. Shaw (1995-96)
    History & Women’s Studies, Ohio State University
    Resistance and Relations: Female Slaves in the Nineteenth-Century South
  • Anfeng Sheng (2015–16)
    Comparative Literature, Tsinghua University
    National Assimilation and Cultural Resistance: A Study of Contemporary Amerindian Literature
  • George Sher (1980-81)
    Philosophy, University of Vermont
    Morality and the Past: The Role of Past Actions in Determining What Is Just or Right
  • Daniel James Sherman (1999-2000)
    History, Rice University
    De-Civilizing Mission: The French Search for the Primitive, 1945-1975
  • Norman Sherry (1982-83)
    English, University of Lancaster
    The Life and Work of Graham Greene
  • David E. Shi (1982-83)
    History, Davidson College
    The Simple Life: Plain Living and High Thinking in American Culture
  • Sarah D. Shields (2006-07)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Fezzes in the River: Creating and Contesting Identities in Alexandretta
  • Richard Shiff (1985-86)
    Art History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The “Classic” in Modern Art: A Study of the Critical Evaluation of Artistic Styles
  • Yuichi Shionoya (1993-94)
    Economics, Hitotsubashi University
    A Methodological Study of Schumpeter’s Thought
  • Parker MacDonald Shipton (2008-09)
    Anthropology, Boston University
    Sequence and Circumstance: Order and Violation in East Africa
  • Stephen J. Shoemaker (2013–14)
    Religion, University of Oregon
    The Apocryphal Mary: The Hidden History of Early Christian Devotion to the Mother of Jesus
  • Sydney Shoemaker (1987-88)
    Philosophy, Cornell University
    Subjectivity and the Mental
  • Debora Shuger (1987-88)
    English, University of Michigan
    Lancelot Andrewes and Richard Hooker: A Study in Late Renaissance Thought
  • Jonah Siegel (1998-99)
    English, Harvard University
    The Haunted Museum: The Nineteenth-Century Romance of Art
  • Peter H. Sigal (2004-05)
    History, California State University, Los Angeles
    The Flower and the Scorpion: Sexuality in Early Nahua Culture and Society
  • Larry A. Silver (1991-92)
    Art History, Northwestern University
    The Rise of Pictorial Genres in Sixteenth-Century Antwerp
  • Keith E.G. Simmons (2001-02)
    Philosophy, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
    A General Theory of Semantic Paradox
  • Robert Simon (1981-82)
    Philosophy, Hamilton College
    Ethical Principles and International Affairs
  • David Simpson (1984-85)
    English, Northwestern University
    The Politics of Wordsworth’s Poetry
  • Pamela H. Simpson (1996-97)
    Art History, Washington & Lee University
    Cheap, Quick and Easy: Imitative Architectural Materials, 1870-1930
  • Harleen Singh (2017–18)
    South Asian Studies, Brandeis University
    Half an Independence: Women, Violence, and Modern Lives in India
  • John Sitter (1978-79)
    English, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    Conversions of Experience in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Writing
  • Kathryn Kish Sklar (1995-96)
    History, State University of New York at Binghamton
    Florence Kelley and the National Consumers’ League
  • Elzbieta Sklodowska (1989-90)
    Spanish, University of Warsaw
    History, Theory and Practice of Spanish-American Documentary Narrative (1960-85)
  • Moshe Sluhovsky (2002-03)
    History, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
    Possessed Women, Mysticism, and Discernment of Spirits in Early Modern Europe
  • Barbara Herrnstein Smith (1992-93)
    English, Duke University
    Commerce with the Universe: Language, Knowledge, and Belief
  • Bonnie Smith (1984-85)
    History, University of Rochester
    Women’s Contribution to Modern Historiography in England, France, and the United States, 1750-1940
  • D. Vance Smith (1998-99)
    English, Princeton University
    Arts of Possession: Trade, Heraldry, and the Household Romance
  • David L. Smith (1991-92)
    English, Williams College
    Racial Writing, Black and White
  • Erin Ann Smith (2002-03)
    American Studies, University of Texas-Dallas
    Souls and Commodities: Spirituality and Print Culture in 20th Century America
  • Faith Lois Smith (2002-03)
    English, Brandeis University
    Making Modern Subjects: Cultural and Intellectual Formation, Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad, 1880-1910
  • Harmon Smith (1982-83)
    Theology, Duke University
    The Development of Autonomous Moral Authority in American Christianity
  • Holly M. Smith (2013–14)
    Philosophy, Rutgers University
    Making Morality Work
  • Jay Michael Smith (1997-98)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Status, Class, Identity: Claiming Honor in Eighteenth-Century France, 1740-1792
  • John H. Smith (2017–18)
    European Languages and Literature, University of California, Irvine
    How Infinity Came to Be at Home in the World: Metaphors and Paradoxes of Mathematics in German Thought and Literature, 1675–1830
  • Leonard V. Smith (1993-94)
    History, Oberlin College
    War in Time of Peace: The Book and the Construction of Civilian Memory of World War I in France, 1915-1940
  • Matthew J. Smith (2018–19)
    History, University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica
    Onward Forward: A Social History of Jamaican Music, 1950–1980
  • Nigel Smith (2007-08)
    English, Princeton University
    The State and Literary Production, c. 1500-c. 1700
  • Robert W. Smith (1992-93)
    History of Science, Smithsonian Institution
    The History of Large Scale Scientific Enterprises
  • Terence E. Smith (2007-08)
    Art History, University of Pittsburgh
    Becoming Contemporary: The Art History of an Idea
  • Daniel C. Snell (1989-90)
    Ancient Near Eastern History, University of Oklahoma
    An Economic and Social History of the Ancient Near East
  • Yasmin Hana Solomonescu (2014–15)
    English, University of Notre Dame
    Romantic Persuasions: Literary Rhetoric, 1770–1840
  • Richard Soloway (1986-87)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Demography and Degeneration: Eugenics and the Declining Birth Rate in 20th-Century Britain
  • Helen Solterer (2002-03)
    French, Duke University
    Playing the Dead: Theatrical Revivals of the Medieval Past in Modern-Day France
  • Fiona Somerset (2006-07)
    English, Duke University
    Feeling Like Saints: Lollard Affect and the Contestation of Holiness, 1370-1550
  • Piotr Sommer (2004-05)
    Poet & Translator, “Literatura na Swiecie” [Warsaw]
    America as the New Center (Changes in the Concept of “the Native” vs. “the Foreign” in Polish Poetry after 1968)
  • Joshua David Sosin (2012-13)
    Classics, Duke University
    A Possession for All Time: Charitable Foundations in the Hellenistic World
  • Patricia Meyer Spacks (1982-83, 1988-89)
    English, Yale University
    (1) Gossip
    (2) The Novel
  • Richard E. Spear (1992-93)
    Art History, Oberlin College
    Guido Reni: A Reappraisal
  • Stephen Spector (1985-86)
    English, State University of New York at Stony Brook
    A Critical Edition of the N-town Plays
  • Hortense J. Spillers (1991-92)
    English, Emory University
    In the Flesh: A Situation for Feminist Inquiry
  • Leo Spitzer (1992-93)
    History, Dartmouth College
    Surviving Memory: Central European-Jewish Refugee Emigration to Bolivia and Its Representation in Individual and Collective Remembrance
  • Claire Sponsler (2013–14)
    English, University of Iowa
    Reading the Beauchamp Pageant
  • Susanne Sreedhar (2011-12)
    Philosophy, Boston University
    Gender and Contract in Early Modern Philosophy
  • Philip A. Stadter (1989-90)
    Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Greek Historical Narrative and the Purpose of the Past
  • Roger A. Stalley (1985-86)
    Art History, Trinity College, Dublin
    Regional Expressions of the Early English Style
  • Kathryn Starkey (2008-09)
    German, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Word, Image, and Identity in Thomasin von Zerclaere’s Book of Conduct
  • Orin R. Starn (2001-02)
    Anthropology, Duke University
    Ishi’s Brain: Anthropologists, Native Americans, and the Life and Death of the Last Yahi Indian
  • Randolph Starn (2003-04)
    History, University of California, Berkeley
    Authenticating the Past: Archives, Museums, Libraries
  • Eva Marie Stehle (2000-01)
    Classics, University of Maryland
    Athenian Women’s Ritual and the City
  • Lance Stell (1982-83)
    Philosophy, Davidson College
    Rights, Groups, and Individualism
  • James P. Sterba (2001-02)
    Philosophy, University of Notre Dame
    Affirmative Action and Practical Ethics
  • Jason W. Stevens (2011-12)
    English, Harvard University
    Contending Secularizations: Religion and American Film, 1934-2004
  • Brenda Stevenson (2015–16)
    History, University of California, Los Angeles
    Fanny’s World of Women: Generations of Enslaved Black Females in North America, 1620–1860
  • Charles W. Stewart (1996-97)
    Ancient History & Anthropology, University College London
    The Historical Anthropology of Dreams in Greece
  • Devin J. Stewart (1995-96)
    Near Eastern Studies, Emory University
    Intertextuality in the Maqamat of al-Hamadhani and Islamic Religious Discourse
  • Jeffrey C. Stewart (1990-91)
    History, George Mason University
    Enter the New Negro: Alain Locke and the Transformation of African-American Culture, 1885-1954
  • Joan Hinde Stewart (1982-83)
    French, North Carolina State University
    French Women Novelists of the Eighteenth Century
  • Mart Allen Stewart (2002-03)
    History, Western Washington University
    Climate and Culture in American History
  • Philip Stewart (1995-96)
    Romance Studies, Duke University
    Translation of Rousseau’s ‘Julie ou la nouvelle Heloise’
  • Lawrence Stone (1990-92)
    History, Princeton University
    (1) Broken Lives: Divorce in England, 1660-1857
    (2) A Nation State at War: Britain 1689-1815
  • Marjorie I. Stone (2010-11)
    English Literature, Dalhousie University, Canada
    Citizenship Formations and Nineteenth-Century Transnationalist Networks
  • Martin Jay Stone (1998-99)
    Law & Legal Philosophy, Duke University
    The Significance of Doing and Suffering: Philosophical Foundations of Tort Law
  • Lucy Carroll Stout (1996-97)
    History, Independent Scholar
    Muslim Family Law in South Asia
  • Jay D. Straker (2010-11)
    African Studies, Colorado School of Mines
    After Sekou: Youth, Vulnerability, and Possibility in Post-Revolutionary Guinea, 1984-2001
  • David G. Strand (1995-96)
    Political Science, Dickinson College
    Sun Yat-sen in the Chinese Republic: A Social History of Political Leadership
  • Sharon T. Strocchia (1998-99, 2015–16)
    History, Emory University
    (1) Nuns and Nunneries in Renaissance Florence
    (2) Cultures of Care: Women, Knowledge, and the Pursuit of Health in Late Renaissance Italy
  • Paul Strohm (1996-97)
    English, Indiana University
    Usurpation and Symbolic Legitimation in Lancastrian England
  • Ellen Frances Stroud (2009-10)
    Environmental Studies, Bryn Mawr College
    Dead as Dirt: An Environmental History of the Dead Body
  • S. Cushing Strout, Jr. (1984-85)
    American Studies, Cornell University
    (1) The Legacy of Jefferson’s Act for Religious Freedom
    (2) The Critical Response to Tocqueville’s Prophecy about Democratic Literature
  • Peter T. Struck (2002-03)
    Classics, University of Pennsylvania
    Divination and Greek Hermeneutics
  • Eleonore Stump (1999-2000)
    Philosophy, Saint Louis University
    Narrative and the Knowledge of Suffering
  • Mary C. Sturgeon (1982-83)
    Art History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Sculptures from the Sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia, Greece
  • Ajantha Subramanian (2011-12)
    Anthropology, Duke University
    Gifted: Knowledge and Value in Indian Technical Education
  • Noel Kimiko Sugimura (2013–14)
    English, Georgetown University
    “Perplexity of Contending Passions”: Milton and His Readers
  • Patricia Ann Sullivan (2001-02)
    History, W.E.B. Du Bois Institute, Harvard University
    Struggle toward Freedom: A History of the NAACP
  • Winnifred F. Sullivan (2006-07)
    Law & Religion, State University of New York at Buffalo
    Prisoners of the Church or the State?: The Impossibility of Dis-Establishment
  • Carol Summers (2003-04)
    History, University of Richmond
    A National Adolescence? Youth Politics in 1940s Buganda (Uganda)
  • Martin A. Summers (2013–14)
    History, Boston College
    Race, Madness, and the State: A History of Saint Elizabeths Hospital and Washington, D.C.’s African American Community, 1855–1987
  • Charlotte S. Sussman (2003-04)
    English & American Literature, University of Colorado at Boulder
    Remembering the Population: British Literature in an Age of Mass Migration, 1660-1838
  • Donald Sutherland (1985-86)
    History, University of Iowa
    An Edition of the Law Reports of the Eyres of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, 1329-31
  • Seiichi Suzuki (2012-13)
    Scandinavian Studies, Kansai Gaidai University
    The Meters of Old Norse Eddic Poetry: Common Germanic Inheritance and North Germanic Innovation
  • Sigrún Svavarsdóttir (2002-03)
    Philosophy, Ohio State University
    Value Concepts and Objectivity
  • Robert Norman Swanson (2009-10)
    History, Birmingham University, UK
    The Parish in Late Medieval England: c1300-c1535
  • James H. Sweet (2006-07)
    History, University of Wisconsin, Madison
    Domingos Álvares and the African-Atlantic Diaspora, 1710-1750
  • John W. Sweet (2011-12)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Captive’s Tale: Venture Smith and the Roots of the American Republic
  • Carol Symes (2013–14)
    History, University of Illinois
    Public Acts: Performance, Popular Literacies, and the Documentary Revolution of Medieval Europe
  • Jerzy Szacki (1992-93)
    Sociology, University of Warsaw
    Liberalism in Eastern Europe
  • Paul Szarmach (1981-82)
    English, State University of New York at Binghamton
    The Achievement of Aelfric

  • Katherine H. Tachau (1993-94)
    History, University of Iowa
    A Study of the Thought of Pierre Aureol, O.F.M. (d. 1322)
  • Timothy Tackett (2000-01)
    History, University of California, Irvine
    Elite Culture and the Origins of the Terror in the French Revolution
  • Shuji Takashina (1981-82)
    Art History, University of Tokyo
    Romanticism in Art and Literature
  • Richard J. A. Talbert (2000-01)
    Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Roman Roads, Maps, and World-View
  • Cynthia Talbot (2016–17)
    History, University of Texas at Austin
    Martial Sentiments: Writing Warrior Histories in Mughal India, 1590–1680
  • Shahla Talebi (2017–18)
    Anthropology, Arizona State University
    The Living Monuments of Mourning: Contested Martyrdoms in Post-Revolutionary Iran
  • Jacob Talmon (1978-79, 1979-80)
    History, Hebrew University
    The Myth of the Nation and the Vision of Revolution: The Origins of Ideological Polarization in the Twentieth Century
  • Shemaryahu Talmon (1987-88)
    Religion, Hebrew University
    Literary Patterns and Speculative Thought in the Hebrew Bible
  • Miguel Tamen (2010-11)
    Comparative Literature, University of Lisbon, Portugal
    The Alice Books. An Introduction to Literature and the Arts
  • Claudia C. Tate (1999-2000)
    English & African American Studies, Princeton University
    Who’s That Lady?: Black Female Subjectivity, Sexuality and Femininity
  • Lisa Tatonetti (2018–19)
    Indigenous Studies, Kansas State University
    Indigenous Knowledges Written by the Body: Female, Two-Spirit, and Trans Masculinities
  • Mary Teresa Tavormina (1983-84)
    English, Michigan State University
    Marriage in Piers Plowman
  • Alan S. Taylor (1993-94)
    History, Boston University
    William Cooper’s Town: Power and Persuasion on the Early American Frontier
  • Joseph E. Taylor III (2002–03, 2018–19)
    (1) History, Iowa State University: “Pilgrims of the Vertical”: Yosemite Rock Climbing and Modern Environmental Culture
    (2) History, Simon Fraser University: Forty-Seven Percent of the West: Congressional Conservation during the Long Progressive Era
  • Lewis Taylor (2010-11)
    Sociology, University of Liverpool, UK
    Landlords and Peasants in Peru: The Socio-Economic Organisation of Haciendas
  • Mark Taylor (1982-83)
    Religion, Williams College
    Deconstruction and the Death of God
  • Talbot Jones Taylor (2006-07)
    English & Linguistics, College of William and Mary
    Agency, Reflexivity, and the Problem of Linguistic Order
  • Timothy Dean Taylor (1999-2000)
    Musicology, Columbia University
    Techno on the Fringes: Music, Technology, and Culture
  • William B. Taylor (1990-91)
    History, University of Virginia
    Priest and Parish in Eighteenth-Century Mexico
  • Larry Temkin (1984-85)
    Philosophy, Rice University
    Inequality: An Examination of an Extraordinarily Complex Notion
  • John Jay TePaske (1989-90)
    History, Duke University
    The Coming of Enlightened Despotism to the Viceroyalty of Peru, 1700-1760
  • Robert ter Horst (1982-83)
    Spanish & Portuguese, University of Arizona
    The Fortunes of the Novel: A Study in the Transposition of a Genre
  • Abraham Terian (2018–19)
    Classics, Saint Nersess Armenian Seminary
    Philo of Alexandria: On Providence I-II. Critical Text, Translation, and Commentary
  • Gordon L. Teskey (1990–91, 2014–15)
    (1) English, Cornell University: A Study of Allegory: Problems of Figurative Alterity from Antiquity to the Enlightenment
    (2) English, Harvard University: A New Theory of Shakespearean Mimesis
  • Joan Thirsk (1986-87)
    History, University of Oxford
    The European Horticultural Revolution in the 16th and 17th Centuries
  • Hugh Moody Thomas (1999-2000)
    History, University of Miami
    Ethnic Hostility, Assimilation, and the Triumph of English Identity after the Norman Conquest
  • John L. Thomas (1986-87)
    American Studies, Brown University
    The Metropolis and the Provinces: Perspectives on Post-Frontier America
  • John Philip Thomas (1984-85)
    History, Dumbarton Oaks
    Byzantine Monastic Foundation Documents
  • Laurence Thomas (1982-83)
    Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    A Theory of Moral Character
  • Einar Thomassen (1999-2000)
    History of Religions, University of Bergen
    The Spiritual Seed: The Church of the “Valentinians”
  • Dorothy J. Thompson (1993-94)
    Ancient History, University of Cambridge
    The First Hundred Years: A Study in Early Ptolemaic History
  • John A. Thompson (1993-94)
    History, University of Cambridge
    The Ideological Origins of World Power
  • Christian Thorau (2008-09)
    Musicology, University of Music and Performing Arts, Frankfurt
    Guided Listening and the Touristic Gaze-The Emergence of ‘Musical Baedekers’
  • Rian Thum (2017–18)
    Asian Studies, Loyola University New Orleans
    Islamic China
  • Ralph Larry Todd (2007-08)
    Musicology, Duke University
    Becoming Fanny Hensel: The Life and Music of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel
  • Maria N. Todorova (2000-01)
    History, University of Florida
    Bones of Contention: The Making and Meaning of a National Hero
  • Sylvia Tomasch (1991-92)
    English, Carleton College
    The Medieval Geographical Imagination
  • Nancy Jane Tomes (1999-2000)
    History, State University of New York at Stony Brook
    Making the Modern Health Consumer
  • Jane P. Tompkins (1990-91)
    English, Duke University
    A Life in School
  • Charles Townshend (1987-88)
    History, University of Keele
    Public Order and Public Security in Modern Britain
  • Richard C. Trexler (1997-98)
    History, State University of New York at Binghamton
    Playing the Crucified: The Social Drama of Good Friday in Past and Present
  • Michel-Rolph Trouillot (1985-86)
    Anthropology, Duke University
    The World of 1804: Historical Discourse in Haitian Culture
  • Monika Truemper-Ritter (2008-09)
    Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Bathing Culture in the Ancient Greek World
  • Yichao Tu (2014–15)
    Religion, Fudan University
    Mission Beyond Borders: American Churches and the Resurgence of Christianity in China in the Post-Missionary Era
  • Arleen Marcia Tuchman (1995-96)
    History, Vanderbilt University
    Against Sentimentality: The Life and Work of Marie E. Zakrzewska
  • Herbert Frederick Tucker (2000-01)
    English, University of Virginia
    The Proof of Epic in Britain, 1790-1910
  • Mark T. Tucker (1991-92)
    Music, Columbia University
    Duke Ellington’s Compositional Process, 1927-1943
  • Oldrich Tuma (1992-93)
    History, Czechoslovak Academy of Science
    The Anatomy of the Commercial Revolution
  • Richard Turits (2016–17)
    History, College of William & Mary
    New World of Color: Slavery, Freedom, and the Making of Race in Santo Domingo and the Atlantic World
  • Henry S. Turner (2010-11)
    English Literature, Rutgers University
    The Corporate Commonwealth: Economy, Technology and Political Community
  • Mark Turner (1989-90)
    English, University of Chicago
  • Leslie R. Tuttle (2010-11)
    History, University of Kansas
    Dreaming in the Age of Reason: Oneirology and Knowledge in the Early Modern French-Speaking World
  • Timothy B. Tyson (2004-05)
    History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Deep River: African American Freedom Movements in the 20th-Century South

  • Helen Ullrich (1987-88)
    Medical Anthropology, Unaffiliated
    Cultural Study of Illness: A South India Perspective on Depression
  • Ted Underwood (2018–19)
    English Language and Literature, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    A Perspectival History of Fiction in English, 1800–2008
  • Richard W. Unger (2008-09)
    History, University of British Columbia
    Energy, Economy, Environment in Early Modern Europe

  • Jean Vache (1995-96)
    English, University Paul-Valery-Montpellier
    Translation of Rousseau’s ‘Julie ou la nouvelle Heloise’
  • Elliot S. Valenstein (1983-84)
    Psychology, University of Michigan
    A History of Psychosurgery
  • James L. Van Cleve (1990-91, 2011-12)
    (1) Philosophy, Brown University: “Things in Themselves” in Kant and Contemporary Philosophy
    (2) Philosophy, University of Southern California: Problems from Reid
  • Raymond Van Dam (1986-87)
    History, University of Texas at Austin
    Cappadocia in the Later Fourth Century
  • Dale Kenneth Van Kley (1989-90)
    History, Calvin College
    The Political and Ideological Origins of the French Revolution, 1750-1792
  • Cornelis A. van Minnen (2009-10)
    History, Roosevelt Study Center, The Netherlands
    Dixie and the Southernization of the United States since the 1970s
  • Eugene A. Vance (1994-95)
    French, University of Washington
    Image and Unlikeness: Icons, Relics and the Poetics of the Sacred in the Middle Ages
  • Julie Velásquez Runk (2018–19)
    Anthropology, University of Georgia
    Entangled Rosewood: Loss, Being, and Belonging
  • Jose Varela-Ortega (1980-81)
    History, Ctr. for Iberian & Latin American St.
    The Cuban Crisis and the Philosophy of Army Intervention, 1895-1898
  • Martha J. Vicinus (2000-01)
    English, University of Michigan
    Romantic Friendships: Modern Lesbian Identities, 1800-1930
  • Javier Villa-Flores (2015–16)
    History, University of Illinois at Chicago
    Perjurers, Impersonators, and Liars: Public Faith and the Dark Side of Trust in Eighteenth-Century Mexico
  • Peter B. Villella (2018–19)
    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    Of Ruin and Rebirth: The Construction of Aztec History, 1531–1625
  • Joan Vincent (1986-87)
    Anthropology, Barnard College
    Fermanagh, An Irish County, 1800 to the Present
  • Steven Vincent (1986-87)
    History, North Carolina State University
    French Socialist Thought in the Late Nineteenth Century
  • Ben Vinson III (2005-06)
    History, Pennsylvania State University
    The Forgotten Castes: Lobos, Moriscos, Coyotes, and Chinos in Colonial Mexico
  • Joseph S. Viscomi (2006-07)
    English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    In the Caves of Heaven and Hell
  • Robin Visser (2017–18)
    East Asian Languages and Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Bordering Chinese Eco-Literatures (1984–2014)
  • Gregory Vlastos (1980-82)
    Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley
    (1) Socrates as a Philosophical Moralist and as a Reformer of Greek Morality
    (2) The Philosophy of Socrates
  • Stephen G. Vlastos (1996-97)
    History, University of Iowa
    Radical Agrarianism in Prewar Japan
  • Penny Von Eschen (1996-97)
    History, University of Iowa
    ‘Satchmo Blows Up the World’: Jazz, Race and Empire in the Age of the Cold War

  • Patricia Waddy (1984-85)
    Art History, Syracuse University
    Studies in 17th-Century Roman Palace Architecture: Use and the Art of the Plan
  • Judith Walkowitz (2015–16)
    History, Johns Hopkins University
    Feminism and Urban Space in London in the 1970s and 1980s
  • Rebecca L. Walkowitz (2010-11)
    English Literature, Rutgers University
    After the National Paradigm: Translation, Comparison, the New World Literature
  • John N. Wall, Jr. (1980-81, 2013–14)
    English, North Carolina State University
    (1) The Poetics of Persuasion in the English Renaissance
    (2) Hearing Donne: The Experience of Preaching in Early Modern London
  • David J. Wallace (1989-90)
    English, University of Texas at Austin
    Chaucer in Florence and Lombardy: Political History and Poetic Form
  • Di Wang (2006-07)
    History, Texas A&M University
    Public Life under Socialism: Teahouses in Revolutionary and Reformist Chengdu, 1950-2000
  • Jing Wang (1992-93)
    Asian & African Lang. & Lit., Duke University
    Modernism and Humanism: The Chinese Literary Revolution in the Post-Mao Era
  • Aileen Ward (1986-87)
    English, New York University
    A Critical Biography of William Blake
  • Jerry Washington Ward, Jr. (1999–2000)
    English, Tougaloo College
    Delta Narratives: Memory, Testimony, and Social Change
  • Ding Xiang Warner (2004-05)
    Chinese, Cornell University
    Textual Production and the Creation of a Confucian Legacy
  • Maureen P. Warner-Lewis (1993-94)
    Linguistics, University of the West Indies
    Caribbean African-Language Texts: Translation and Cultural-Linguistic Exegesis
  • Georgia C. Warnke (2004-05)
    Philosophy, University of California, Riverside
    After Sex: A Hermeneutics of Race and Gender, Color and Sex
  • Nancy B. Warren (2007-08)
    English, Florida State University
    The Embodied Word: Female Spiritualities, Contested Orthodoxies, and English Religious Cultures, 1350-1700
  • Bernard Mano J. Wasserstein (2002-03)
    History, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK
    Krakowiec: Jews and their Neighbors in a Small Town in Eastern Galicia, 1772-1946
  • John M. Watanabe (1998-99)
    Anthropology, Dartmouth College
    Forging Identities, Citizenship, and the Nation in 19th-Century Guatemala
  • Christopher Waters (1996-97)
    History, Williams College
    Reinventing the Nation: Working-Class Culture & National Identity in 20th-Century Britain
  • George J. Watson (2000-01)
    English, Aberdeen University
    The Ideology of Celticism in Ireland and Scotland
  • Susan V. Webster (2011-12)
    Art History, College of William and Mary
    The Conquest of European Architecture: Andean Masters and the Construction of Colonial Quito
  • Ralph Wedgwood (1998-99)
    Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    The Metaphysical Sources of Norms and Values
  • Rachel J. Weil (2006-07)
    History, Cornell University
    A Plague of Informers: Liberty, Credibility and National Security after the English Revolution of 1688
  • E. Roy Weintraub (1988-89)
    Economics, Duke University
    The Creation of Modern Economics: 1935-1955
  • Gennifer S. Weisenfeld (2009-10)
    Art History, Duke University
    Imaging Disaster: Visual Culture in Japan after the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake
  • Brad L. Weiss (2003-04)
    Anthropology, College of William and Mary
    Conflicted Fantasies: Popular Cultural Practices in Urban Tanzania
  • James Weiss (1986-87)
    Theology, Boston College
    Biography and Biographers in Renaissance and Reformation Germany
  • Paul Jude Weithman (2000-01)
    Philosophy, University of Notre Dame
    Religion and the Obligations of Citizenship
  • Ellen R. Welch (2013–14)
    French, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Spectacles of State: Diplomacy and the Performing Arts in Early Modern France
  • Carl Wellman (1982-83)
    Philosophy, Washington University
    A General Theory of Rights
  • Alexander Welsh (2008-09)
    English, Yale University
    Meditations on New Comedy and Other Foolishness
  • Richard P. Werbner (2011-12)
    Anthropology, University of Manchester, UK
    Occult Subjectivities, Practical Rhetoric: Divination and the Moral Imagination
  • Paul W. Werth (2007-08)
    History, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
    Arbiters of the Sacred: Religious Toleration and the Civil Order in Imperial Russia
  • Bonna Daix Wescoat (2014–15)
    Art History, Emory University
    The Sanctuary of the Great Gods
  • Hugh West (1986-87)
    History, University of Richmond
    From Tahiti to the Terror: Georg Forster and the Sociological Imagination
  • James L. W. West, III (1981-82)
    English, Virginia Polytechnic Inst. & State University
    The Profession of Authorship in America, 1900-1942
  • Alexandra Ker Wettlaufer (2007-08)
    French, University of Texas, Austin
    Sisters in the Arts: Representing the Female Artist in Painting and Literature, 1830-1860
  • Annabel Wharton (1985-86, 2002-03, 2016–17)
    History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology, Duke University
    (1) Communicating the Sacred in Word and Image: Continuities from the Third to Fifth Centuries
    (2) Selling Jerusalem: Towards an Historical Economy of Images
    (3) Manipulating Models: Diagnostic, Phenomenal, Architectural
  • Luise S. White (1993-94, 2016–17)
    (1) History, University of Minnesota: Blood and Fire: Rumor and History in East and Central Africa
    (2) History, University of Florida: Fighting and Writing: The Rhodesian Army at War and Post-War
  • Michael J. White (1988-89)
    Philosophy, Arizona State University
    The Physical World: Three Hellenistic Models
  • Stephen D. White (2012-13)
    History, Emory University
    Violence in Medieval England, 1042-1327
  • Nancy Wicker (2016–17)
    History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology, University of Mississippi
    Viking Art in Scandinavia and across the Viking Diaspora: Patrons, Producers, and Consumers from the Fifth through the Eleventh Centuries
  • Martin J. Wiener (2011-12)
    History, Rice University
    Liberalism and the British Empire
  • Kären Esther Wigen (1999-2000)
    History, Duke University
    Native Places, Global Times: A Century of Regional Rhetoric in Shinano
  • John L. Wilkinson (2007-08)
    English, University of Notre Dame
    Reckitt’s Blue
  • Barbara E. Will (2003-04)
    English & American Literature, Dartmouth College
    Unlikely Collaboration: Gertrude Stein, Bernard Faÿ, and the Vichy Dilemma
  • Richard James Will (2009-10)
    Musicology, University of Virginia
    Mozart Live: Performance, Media, and Reinvention in Classical Music
  • Andreá Williams (2017–18)
    English Language and Literature, The Ohio State University
    Unmarried Miss-fits: Single Women and Twentieth-Century Black Culture
  • Anne Williams (2003-04)
    English & American Literature, University of Georgia
    Monstrous Pleasures: Gothic Operas from Horace Walpole to Horror Movies
  • Aubrey Williams (1986-87)
    English, University of Florida
    Emblematic Situation on the Restoration Stage
  • Edward V. Williams (1980-81)
    Music, University of Kansas
    The Bells of Russia: Aural Icons of the Old Regime
  • Heather A. Williams (2007-08)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Information Wanted: Separation and Reunification of African American Families
  • Jakobi Williams (2016–17)
    African American and African Diaspora Studies and History, Indiana University Bloomington
    “Neighborhoods First”: The Black Panther Party as a Model for Community Organizing in the US and Abroad
  • Samuel R. Williamson, Jr. (1982-83)
    History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Austria-Hungary and the War of 1914
  • John M. Willis (2014–15)
    History, University of Colorado, Boulder
    After the Caliphate: Mecca and the Geography of Crisis and Hope
  • David Wills (1980-81)
    Religion, Amherst College
    Documentary History of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1816-1916, and African-American Religious Thought
  • Blake Wilson (2016–17)
    Music History and Musicology, Dickinson College
    Dominion of the Ear: Memory, Performance, and Oral Poetry in Early Modern Italy
  • Eric Glenn Wilson (2003-04)
    English & American Literature, Wake Forest University
    The Occult Current: A Romantic Poetics of Electricity
  • George M. Wilson (1994-95)
    Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University
    Some Problems of Film Interpretation in the Case of Nicholas Ray
  • John F. Wilson (1992-93)
    Religion, Princeton University
    Religion, Politics and Law in the U.S.
  • R. Jackson Wilson (1984-85)
    History, Smith College
    Authorship, Patronage, and the Public in the United States, 1771-1862
  • James I. Wimsatt (1987-88)
    English, University of Texas at Austin
    Chaucer and His French Contemporaries
  • William C. Wimsatt (2000-01)
    Philosophy, University of Chicago
    Developing Evolution: The Evolution of Generative Structures
  • Caroline Winterer (2003-04)
    History, San Jose State University
    The Mirror of Antiquity: Classicism and Femininity in America, 1770-1900
  • Kwasi Wiredu (1985-86)
    Philosophy, University of Ghana
    God, Mind, and Destiny: Conceptual Issues in an African Philosophy
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    Classics, Texas Tech University
    Old Lands: A Chorography of the Eastern Morea, Greece
  • Ronald Witt (1983-84)
    History, Duke University
    The Origins of Italian Humanism
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    Anthropology, University of Iowa
    Coyote’s Land: An Historical Ethnography of Several Cultures and One Landscape
  • Richard K. Wolf (2018–19)
    Ethnomusicology, Harvard University
    The Nightingale’s Despair: Music and Moral Being in Greater Central Asia
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    Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Values and Well-Being
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    Philosophy, Duke University
    Chinese Philosophy, Moral Psychology, and Practical Reason
  • Deborah A. Wong (2005-06)
    Ethnomusicology, University of California, Riverside
    Big Beats: Taiko in Asian American California
  • Dorothy C. Wong (2011-12)
    Art History, Fine Arts, Architecture, University of Virginia
    Formation of an International Buddhist Art Idiom in East Asia, c. 640-760
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    English and Comparative Literature, Princeton University
    Proust’s Affair: Fantasies and Fictions of the Dreyfus Case
  • Harold Woodman (1983-84)
    History, Purdue University
    The Transformation of the Southern Economy, 1861-1920
  • Martha Woodmansee (1982-83)
    German and English, Northwestern University
    The Institution of Literature
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    English, Columbia University
    Nature and Art in Nineteenth-Century England
  • Nan Elizabeth Woodruff (2014–15)
    History, Pennsylvania State University
    Legacies of Everyday Struggle: History, Memory, Trauma in the Contemporary South
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    English, University of Texas, Austin
    Rhetoric in the Medieval Classroom
  • Michael J. Woods (1990-91)
    Philosophy, Oxford University
    (1) Introduction to Philosophical Logic
    (2) Aristotle
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    Art History, University of California, Los Angeles
    The Construction of Artistic Identity: Self-Portraiture and the Social Status of the Artist in the Renaissance
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    Classics, Indiana University
    The Style of Demosthenes
  • Shellen Wu (2016–17)
    History, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    Global Frontiers and the Geopolitical Making of Modern China
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    Art History, International University Bremen, Germany
    Organic Visions in Modernism: The Organic School of the Russian Avant-Garde
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    History, University of Florida
    (1) The Percy Legend: Depression, Honor, and Creativity in a Southern Family
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    Spanish and Portuguese, Stanford University
    Uncle Tom Revisited—The Stock Characterization of the Negro in Western Literature
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    Philosophy, City University of New York-Queens College
    Mass Death and Human Finitude in Scheler, Heidegger, and Sartre

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    Asian Studies, Fudan University
    Reexamining Cao Zhi 曹植 (192–232): The Issue of Canonization in Chinese Literary History

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    Philosophy, University of Michigan
    Causal Powers
  • Zhouhan Yang (1988-89)
    Comparative Literature, Peking University
    A Study of Baroque Literature
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    English, Warren Wilson College
    Classicism as an Ideal for Style in Late Medieval British Literature
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    English, Yale University
    A Short History and Theory of Picture Titles
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    Asian Studies, Duke University
    Girl Time: Gender, Media, and Postmodern Consumer Culture in Japan
  • Susan Lee Youens (2003-04)
    Musicology, University of Notre Dame
    Heine and the Lied
  • Nancy Yousef (2006-07)
    English, City University of New York, Baruch College
    Intimacy: Sympathetic Endeavor in Ethics, Narrative, and Psychoanalysis
  • Jiyuan Yu (2003-04)
    Philosophy, State University of New York at Buffalo
    Comparing Virtues: Aristotle and Confucianism
  • Kejia Yuan (1981-82)
    Comparative Literature, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
    A Study of Western Modernist Literature

  • Perez Zagorin (1978-79)
    History, University of Rochester
    A Comparative Study of Revolution in Early Modern Europe
  • Muhammad Q. Zaman (2000-01)
    Religious Studies, Brown University
    Paths of Religious Change: Islam and the "Ulama" in the Modern World
  • Mas’ud Zavarzadeh (1981-82)
    English, Syracuse University
    The Poetics of Innovative American Fiction
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    Musicology, University of Chicago
    Toward a Cognitive Grammar of Music
  • Dawei Zhang (2014–15)
    Journalism & Communication, Fudan University, China
    E-Book and Knowledge Ecology in the Digital Era: Production, Dissemination, Consumption and Regulation
  • Zhilian Zhang (1990-92)
    History, Peking University
    A History of Western Historiography for Chinese Readers
  • Jinglun Zhao (1984-85)
    Journalism, Unaffiliated
    The Relevance of America’s Political System to China’s Political Modernization
  • Alexander Zholkovsky (1990-91)
    Slavic Languages, University of Southern California
    Text Counter Text: Rereadings in Russian Literary History
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    History, Fudan University
    What History Will Be: To Do History in a Digital Age
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    English, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
    (1) Images of Women in Contemporary Chinese Fiction
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    English Literature, University of Notre Dame
    Richard Rolle and His Readers: Defining the Literary in the Fifteenth Century
  • Madeline C. Zilfi (2005-06) History, University of Maryland
    Slavery and Society in the Late Ottoman Middle East
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    Librarian for Slavic and East European Studies at Duke University Libraries
    The “Vita” of Prince Boris Ivanovich Korybut-Kurakin: An Annotated Translation
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    English, University of California, Berkeley
    ‘Improvised Europeans’: American Literary Expatriates and the Anglo-Saxon Legacy