Past Faculty Fellows

Past Faculty Fellows

  • 2021

    Fall

    • McDonough, Tom (Art History): “Images in Crisis”
    • Rojas, René (CCPA-Human Development): “Parsing the Paradox of Local Reaction"
    • Scholtz, Andrew (CNES): “Race for Glory: Competition and Its Discontents in the Roman East”
    • Stoever, Jennifer Lynn (English): “Making Parking Ramps Dance and Department Stores Tremble: Re-Sounding Community Via Artistic Encounter with the Binghamton Historical Soundwalk Project”
    • White, Kenneth (Cinema): “Hyperventilation Syndrome: Media Cultures, Control Societies—circa 1970”

    Spring

    • Danberg, Robert (Writing Initiative): "Hope Is A Navigator/How to Survive in the Woods: What To Do When Writing Is Difficult"
    • Kleinberg, Katja (Political Science): "Gender, Structural Discrimination, and Attitudes toward Globalization"
    • Parkinson, Robert (History):  "The Heart of American Darkness"
    • Shamma, Tarek (Comparative Literature/TRIP): "Anthology of Arabic Discourse on Translation"
    • Strippoli, Roberta (AAAS): "Tokiko, a 12th Century Japanese Woman in History, Legend, and Monuments"
    • Wheeler, Leigh Ann (History): "Anne Moody's Global Citizenship During the Late Cold War"
  • 2020

    Fall

    • Garcia, Oscar Gil (Human Development): “Legacies of Forced Migrations”
    • Harvard, John (English): “Radical Reformer: The First Modern Politician”
    • Karnein, Anja (Philosophy): "Human Death and Future Generations"
    • Reeder, Jessie (English): “Who Witnesses the Apocalypse?”

    Spring

    • Brown, David (English): “Code Black: Whiteness and Unmanliness in Shakespeare’s Hamlet”
    • Chronopulos, Tina (CNES): “Incomprehensibility in the Greek Passion of St. Katherine of Alexandria”
    • Libman, Lior (Judaic Studies): “The Politics of Signification in Early Israeli Literature”
    • Tessman, Lisa (Philosophy): “Moral Injury and Moral Failure”
    • Wilson, Thomas (Anthropology): “Brexit and Europeanization in the Northern Ireland Borderlands”
  • 2019

    Fall

    • Bisaha, David (Theatre): “The Show Must Go On: Disciplining Theater Professionals”
    • Kirschen, Bryan (Romance Languages, Linguistics): “Welcome to La Amerika: Linguistic Assimilation of the Sephardim”
    • Moore, Jason (Sociology): “Ecology and the Rise of Capitalism”
    • Smart, Pamela (Art History): “The Technical Production of Affect: Renovating the Rothko Chapel”
    • Wolf-Meyer, Matthew (Anthropology): “The Colony Within: Excremental Medicine and the Politics of Race in the United States”

    Spring

    • Cheng, John (AAAS): “Unnatural Citizens: The Precarity and Persistence of Asian American Racial Formation”
    • Gates, Leslie (Sociology): “Anticapitalist Populism and Populist Capitalists: The Politics of Oil and Neoliberalism in Mexico and Venezuela (1935-2000)”
    • Moore, Alexandra (English): “Ghost Detainees and State Power Across the Thresholds of Detectability”
    • Rasmussen, Birgit (English): “American Beowulf: Native American Literature 901 AD”
  • 2018

    Fall

    • Akcinaroglu, Seden (Political Science): "Forcing Government's Hand: Ethnic Terrorism, Constituency Reforms, and Improvement in Minority Rights"
    • Becker, Hilary (CNES): "Commerce in Color"
    • Dey, Arnab (History): "Unkempt Edens: Tea Cultures in Eastern India, 1840-1940"
    • Gerk, Sara (Music): "Famine, War, and the Music that Binds: Irish Methods of Coping with Trauma and the US Civil War"
    • Mathews, Nathaniel (Africana Studies): "Race, migration and citizenship in colonial Zanzibar"
    • Walker, Julia (Art History): "'Form is nothing but emptiness, emptiness nothing but form': Brigitte D'Ortschy and Frank Lloyd Wright in Germany, America, and Japan"

    Spring

    • Gelderloos, Carl (German and Russian Studies): "Doing and Suffering in Paul Scheerbart's 'Lesabéndio'"
    • Gerrits, Jeroen (Comparative Literature): "Doing and Suffering in Paul Scheerbart's 'Lesabéndio'"
    • Patterson, Jeanette (Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Translation): "Cultivating the Reader in the Bible historiale"
    • Skopyk, Brad (History): "Colonial Cataclysms: Climate, Culture, and Landscape during Mexico's Little Ice Age"
    • Wang, Yi (History): "Merchants, Monetization, and Networking: Chinese Commercial Expansion in Qing Mongolia"
  • 2017

    Fall

    • Bosworth, Yulia (Romance Languages): "Public perception of politician language use in Quebec: At the crossroads of linguistic norm and sociolinguistic identity"
    • Candela, Ana Maria (Sociology): "How the World Came Home: Migration and the Deepening Global Color Line In Early 20th Century China"
    • Dement, Sidney (German and Russian Studies): "Banyas, Liminality, and the Otherworld in M.A. Bulgakov's 'Master and Margarita'"
    • Norwood, Dael (History): "Developing 'Binghamton's Business': Local Histories of Capitalism Using DH Tools"
    • Parekh, Surya (English): "Black Enlightenment: The Case of Ignatius Sancho"

    Spring

    • Iser, Mattias (Philosophy): “Fighting without a Chance”
    • Leja, Meg (History): "Penance as Medicine: Intersecting Genres in Early Medieval Thought"
    • Montenegro, Giovanna (Comparative Literature): "German Bankers and the Conquest of Venezuela: Cultural Memory of 'Heretic' Capital and Colonization"
    • Stoever, Jennifer (English): "Hip Hop's Living Room DJs: Black Women and Latinas Collecting and Selecting Records in the 1960s and 1970s New York"
    • Whearty, Bridget (English, Medieval and Renaissance Studies): "Necromancing the Archive"
  • 2016

    Fall

    • Danon, Dina (Judaic Studies): "Social Stratification in the Eastern Sephardi Diaspora: The Case of Ottoman Izmir"
    • Dunwoody, Sean (Medieval and Renaissance Studies, History): "Passions and the Peaceable Kingdom: Religious and Civic Emotions in Early Modern Augsburg"
    • Karein, Anja (Philosophy): "Duties of Beneficence, Obligatory Aid, And What Any of This has to do with Helping the Global Poor"
    • Reeder, Jessie (English): "The Problem of Progress in 1810"

    Spring

    • Barzman, Karen-edis (Art History): "Soft Architecture and the ‘Movable City’ – Military Camps in Europe's Early Modern Borderlands”
    • Ghaemmaghami, Omid (CNES): "‘And like that, he's gone!’: Confession, Contention, and the Hidden Imam in Twelver Shi'i Islam”
    • Hatch, Kevin (Art History): "‘Being Gone’: Chris Burden's B.C. Mexico (1973)”
    • Karp, Jonathan (History, Judaic Studies): “Jewish-Owned Venues for Black Music in Twentieth-Century New York”
    • Kim, Sonja (AAAS): “The Birth of the T'omangmin (土幕民): Affect, Science, and Medicine in Management of the Urban Poor in 1930s and 1940s Korea”
    • Wall, Wendy (History): “Neo-Malthusianism and the Immigration Act of 1965”
    • Weintraub, Michael (Political Science): "Vigilante Mobilization and Local Order: Evidence from Mexico"
  • 2015

    Fall

    • Casanova-Vizcaino, Sandra (Romance Languages): "‘The Killer Among Us’: Serial Killing in Contemporary Puerto Rican Narrative"
    • Cope, Robin (Romance Languages): "Americanness, Caribbeanness and Creoleness in Lakshmi Persaud's Butterfly in the Wind and Sastra"
    • Gopinath, Praseeda (English): "Ranveer Singh's ‘Chichorapan’: Habitus, Masculinity, and Stardom"
    • Wall, Wendy (History): "‘A Gauge of Our Faithfulness': Religion and the Politics of Immigration Reform"
    • Youssef, Mary (CNES): “Reimagining Migration and Gender in Brooklyn Heights and Chicago”

    Spring

    • Cheng, John (AAAS): "When (East) Indians Were White, Then Not: Racial Formation and Naturalization Law in the Early 20th-Century United States"
    • Dement, Sidney (German and Russian Studies): "'Pushkin' is our Everything: Delimiting the Referentiality of the Monument in Tatyana Tolstaya's Slynx"
    • McConn, Mathew (Education): "History of Literary Appreciation in the United States"
    • Moore, Jason (Sociology): "Cheap Food and Bad Climate: From Surplus-Value to Negative-Value in the Capitalist World-Ecology"
    • Reeves, Anthony (Philosophy): "Human Rights, Risk, and Responsibility"
    • Starks, John (CENS): "Lysioidia: 'Transgendering' Actresses/Actors in Hellenistic Greek and Roman Republican Theater"
  • 2014

    Fall

    • Candela, Ana Maria (Sociology): "The Coolie Specter: A Ghost of Primitive Accumulations Past, Present and Futures"
    • Chronopoulos, Tina (CENS): "Ganymede in the Twelfth-century Classroom: Two Odes by Horace"
    • Holmes, Douglas (Anthropology): "Making a Public Currency/Call it Fascism"
    • Massey, Drew (Music): "Thomas Adès and the Dilemmas of Musical Surrealism"
    • Newberry, Jay (Geography): “Determinants of Somali Secondary Migrations in the United States”
    • Pavlovskis-Petit, Zoja (Comparative Literature)
    • Youseff, Mary (CNES): "Historical Transformations and the Rise of a New-Consciousness Novel in Egypt"
    • Yun, Lisa (English, AAAS): "Testimonies and Debates of Coolie Trafficking: The Colonial Past and the Global Present"

    Spring

    • Chronopoulos, Tina (CENS): “Aetas Horatiana: Reading Horace's Odes in Twelfth-Century England and France”
    • Friedman, Randy (Judaic Studies): “Gods of Becoming”
    • Holmes, Olivia (English, Medieval and Renaissance Studies): "From Demons to Ducklings: Travels of the Buddha in Medieval Tuscany"
    • O’Hearn, Denis (Sociology): "Exilic Spaces and the World-Economy: Territorial and Structural Escape"
    • Schleuse, Paul (Music): "Identity, Alterity, and Abstract Opera: Robert Wilson and Philip Glass's Einstein on the Beach (1976–2012)"  
  • 2013

    Fall

    • Abou El Haj, Barbara (Art History): "Lordship and Commune: A Comparative Study of Building and Decorating in Reims and Amiens"
    • Dehaan, Heather (History): "In the Neighborhood of Empire: Baku Communities in the Interwar Period"
    • Hassoun, Nicole (Philosophy): "Access to Essential Medicines: Why We Should Support the Global Health Impact Campaign"
    • Laats, Adam (Education, History): "Democracy" and American Education, 1930-1960”
    • Wall, Wendy (History): "‘To Wage the Peace': The 1965 Immigration Act and the Cold War Politics of Immigration Reform"

    Spring

    • Glick, Douglas (Anthropology, Linguistics): "The Social Production of Meaning: Parallelism as a Semiotic Principle"
    • MacKenney, Richard (History): "The Renaissance: Inter-Disciplinary Approaches"
    • Stoever, Jennifer (English): "The Sonic Color-Line: Race and The Cultural Politics of Listening in America"
    • Tomich, Dale (Sociology): "Sugar, Slavery and Landscape in 19th Century Cuba: A Visual History" 
  • 2012

    Fall

    • Guay, Robert (Philosophy): "Nietzsche on Truth and Politics"
    • Henkel, Scott (English): "Censorship and Cooperation in Salt of the Earth"
    • Keith, Joseph (English): "Islands of the Rational: Race, Decolonization and the Dialogics of Modernity in Richard Wright's late work"
    • Morewedge, Rosmarie (German and Russian Studies): "Herzog Ernst B: An Experiment in Narration and Nation Building"
    • Rosenberg, Liz (English): "House of Dreams: The Story of L. M. Montgomery, author of ‘Anne of Green Gables’"
    • Walkling, Andrew (Art History, English, Theatre): "From Pole to Pole Resounding: Epideictic, Performativity, and Musical Rhetoric in John Dryden's "Albion and Albanius" 

    Spring

    • Henkel, Scott (English): "Sedition and the Slave Narrative"
    • Kinney, Kelly (English): "Process Gives Way to Product: A Theory of Grading Student Writing"
    • Lee, Yoonkyung (Sociology): "From Regionalism to Programmatic Competition: Korean Political Parties Under Transformation"
    • Nzegwu, Nkiru (Africana Studies): "Critically Theorizing African Heterosexuality"
    • Wall, Brian (Cinema, Art History): "The Object of and in Film Theory: The Maltese Falcon (1941)"
    • Yun, Lisa (English, AAAS): "The Other Side of Abolition" 
  • 2011

    Fall

    • Mehta, Monika (English): "DVD Compilations of Hindi Film Songs: (Re) Shuffling Sound, Stardom and Cinephilia"
    • Pages, Neil Christian (German and Russian Studies): "Kafka and His Readers"
    • Tessman, Lisa (Philosophy): "Moral Failure"
    • Wall, Brian (Cinema, Art History): "‘A deeper breath’: From Body to Spirit in Kiss Me Deadly" (1955)
    • Zils Harald (German and Russian Studies): "Ernst Jünger's Total Moment: 'Das Abenteuerliche Herz' and 20th century European Aesthetics"
    • Yun, Lisa (English, AAAS): "From Coolies to Model Minorities: Retelling the Pacific Passage"

    Spring

    • Gates, Leslie (Sociology): "Corruption Politics and Neoliberalism"
    • Henkel, Scott (English): "Sedition and the Slave Narrative"
    • Martinek, Wendy (Political Science): "Judicial Identity and Judicial Choice."
    • Polachek, Dora (Romance Languages): "The Animal/Human Divide: Brantôme’s Dames Galantes and the Woman Question"
    • Ros, Ana (Romance Languages): "Postmemory and Reconciliation in Argentine Postdictatorship"
    • Roth, Benita (Sociology): "Gender and Sexuality in an Anti-AIDS Organization: An Intersectional Perspective."
    • Willson, Thomas (Anthropology): “The Europeanization of a Rural Irish County”
  • 2010

    Fall

    • Brinker-Garber, Gisela (Comparative Literature): “Nachtrauer: Lou Andreas-Salome's Rilke Book”
    • Friedman, Randy (Judaic Studies): “Reading Rosenzweig Reading Torah”
    • Gopinath, Praseeda (English): “The Middle-Grade Civil Servant: Masculinity, Englishness, and James Bond”
    • Moreira, Luiza (Comparative Literature): “The Journalism of Cecília Meireles: Debates on Education in the thirties and forties”
    • Pettid, Michael (AAAS): “Rural Life, Economics, and Women in Chosŏn Korea (1392-1910): Relative Equality and Empowerment in a Confucian Society?” 
    • Ros, Ana (Romance Languages): “On Mourning, Inheritance, Arts and Politics: Films by/on Sons and Daughters of Disappeared Prisoners During the Argentine Dictatorship”
    • Roth, Benita (Sociology): “The Messiness of Activist Spaces”
    • Schleuse, Paul (Music): "'A Tale Completed in the Mind': The Theatrical Origin and Recreational Function of Orazio Vecchi's L'Amfiparnaso (1597)."