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IASH FELLOWS 2017-2018

Faculty Fellows

Gelderloos, Carl
German and Russian Studies – German, Spring 2018
Doing and Suffering in Paul Sheerbart's "Lesabéndio"
E-mail: cgelderl@binghamton.edu

Gerrits, Jeroen
Comparative Literature, Spring 2018
Docufiction in Werner Herzog's Recent Films
E-mail: jgerrits@binghamton.edu

Patterson, Jeanette
Medieval Studies, Spring 2018
Making the Bible French: The Bible historiale and the Medieval Lay Reader
E-mail: jpatters@binghamton.edu

Skopyk, Brad
History, Spring 2018
Colonial Cataclysms: Climate, Landscape, and Memory in Mexico's Little Ice Age
E-mail: bskopyk@binghamton.edu

Wang, Yi
History, Spring 2018
Transforming the Frontier: Commerce, Migration, and Colonization in Qing Inner
Mongolia
E-mail: wangy@binghamton

Bosworth, Yulia
Romance Languages and Literatures - French, Fall 2017
Public Perceptions of Political Language Use in Quebec: At the Crossroads of Linguistic Norm and Sociolinguistic Identity
E-mail: Bosworth@binghamton.edu

Candela, Ana Maria
Sociology, Fall 2017
How the World Came Home:
E-mail: acandela@binghamton.edu

Dement, Sidney
German and Russian Studies - Russian, Fall 2017
Banyas, Liminality, and the Otherworld in M. A. Bulgakov's "Master of the Margarita"
E-mail: sdement@binghamton.edu

Norwood, Dael
History, Fall 2017
Developing Binghamton's Business
E-mail: dnorwood@binghamton.edu

Parekh, Surya
English, Fall 2017
Black Enlightenment
E-mail: mparekh@binghamton.edu                                     

          

Graduate Fellows

Dum, Jenn
Philosophy, Spring 2018
Dimensions of Educational Justice
E-mail: Jdum1@binghamton.edu

Wagner, Nicole
Art History, Spring 2018
Women Working the Table in Early Modern Italy
E-mail: nwagner5@binghamton.edu

Marley, Benjamin
Sociology, Fall 2017
The American Agrarian Question, 1830-1890
E-mail: bmarley1@binghamton.edu

Miller, Courtney
Philosophy, Fall 2017
The Victim/Survivor as a Social Location
E-mail: cmille19@binghamton.edu

 

IASH Public Humanities
Doctoral Fellows


Hutchison, Bradley
History, Fall 2017 & Spring 2018
Dialogues on History and Activism in Migrant Communities from the Middle East
E-mail: bhutchi2@binghamton.edu

Schwartz, Danielle
English, Fall 2017 & Spring 2018
The Cineaste Project
E-mail: dschwa24@binghamton.edu

                   

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                         



IASH FELLOWS 2016-2017

Faculty Fellows

Mattias Iser
Philosophy, Spring 2017
Justifying Expressive Violence
iser@binghamton.edu

Meg Leja
History, Spring 2017
Penance as Medicine: Intersecting Genres in Early Medieval Thought
megleja@binghamton.edu 

Monika Mehta
English, Spring 2017
Languages in Cinemas of India
mmehta@binghamton.edu 

Giovanna Montenegro
Comparative Literature & Spanish, Spring 2017
German Bankers and the Conquest of Venezuela: Cultural Memory of "Heretic"Capital and Colonization
gmontene@binghamton.edu 

Jennifer Stoever
English, Spring 2017
How Bam First Heard Hip Hop: Black Women and Latinas' Record Collecting and Living Room Selecting in the 1960s and 70s Bronx
jstoever@binghamton.edu 

Bridget Whearty
English @ Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Spring 2017
Necromancing the Archive
bwhearty@binghamton.edu

Anja Karein
Philosophy, Fall 2016
Duties of Beneficence, Obligatory Aid and What Any of This has to do with Helping the Global Poor
akarnein@binghamton.edu

Jessie Reeder
English, Fall 2016
The Forms of Informal Empire
jreeder@binghamton.edu

Robyn Cope
Romance Languages and Literatures: French, Fall 2016
The Pen and the Pan: Maryse Conde's Victorie, My Mother's Mother, and Dishes and Wonders
rcope@binghamton.edu

Dina Danon
Judaic Studies, Fall 2016
Social Stratification in the Eastern Sepharadi Diaspora: The Case of Ottoman Izmir
ddanon@binghamton.edu

 

Sean Dunwoody
Medieval and Renaissance Studies & History, Fall 2016
Passions and the Peaceable Kingdom: Religious and Civic Emotions in Early Modern Augsburg
sdunwood@binghamton.edu

             

Doctorial Fellows

Amanda Beardsley
Art History, Spring 2017
Celestial Mechanics: Technologies of Salvation in Mormon Religion and Post-Enlightenment America
abeards1@binghamton.edu     

Anastasyia Lyubas
Compariative Literature, Spring 2017
Language, Plasticity, Modernism(s): Patterns of Monolingual Writing in Debora Vogel's Poetics
alyubas1@binghamton.edu

Chelsea Gibson
History, Fall 2016
The Little Grandmother of the Russian Revolution: Catherine Bershkovsky in the United states 1904-1920
cgibson2@binghamton.edu

 Suel Can
Anthropology, Fall 2016
The City and the State: Ethno-Religious Conflict and Political Change at the Turkish-Syrian Border
scan2@binghamton.edu

 

Undergraduate Fellow    

Danielle Nash
Comparative LIterature & Romance Languages: Spanish, Fall 2016
Encountering El Extranjero: Corresponding Asymmetries of Power Between Linguisti and Cultural Interactions in Translation and Latin American Literature
dnash1@binghamton.edu

 

Visiting Faculty

Barbara Meyer
Religious Studies at Tel Aviv University
Violence in Interreligious Thought: The Logic of Abrogation and Its Alternatives
barbarumeyer@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



IASH FELLOWS 2014-2015

Faculty Fellows

John Cheng
Asian and Asian American Studies, Spring 2015
"Barred Zones: Asia/Pacific/America and the Geographic Logic of Racial Modernity"
Email: jcheng@binghamton.edu

Sidney Dement
German and Russian Studies, Spring 2015
"Pushkin is our Everything: Delimiting the Referentiality of the Monument in Tatyana Tolstaya's Slynx"
Email: sdement@binghamton.edu

Mathew McConn
School of Education, Spring 2015
"History of Literary Appreciation"
Email: mmconn@binghamton.edu

Jason Moore
Sociology, Spring 2015
"Cheap Natures, Bad Money, and the Origins of 21st Century Crisis: The Financialization of Nature over the Longue Durée, 1557-2015"
Email: jwmoore@binghamton.edu

Anthony Reeves
Philosophy, Spring 2015
"A Standard of Care for Human Rights"
Email: areeves@binghamton.edu

John Starks
Classical and Near Eastern Studies, Spring 2015
"Lysioidia: 'Transgendering' Actresses/Actors in Hellenistic Greek and Roman Theater"
Email: jstarks@binghamton.edu

Jennifer Stoever
English, Spring 2015
To Be Announced
Email: jstoever@binghamton.edu

Ana Candela
Sociology, Fall 2014 
"The Coolie Specter: A Ghost of Primitive Accumulations Past, Present and Futures"
Email: acandela@binghamton.edu

Tina Chronopoulos
Classical and Near Eastern Studies, Fall 2014
"Ganymede in the Twelfth-century Classroom: Two Odes by Horace"
Email: tchronop@binghamton.edu

Doug Holmes
Anthropology, Fall 2014 
"Public Currency: The Making of a Monetary Regime in Times of Crisis"
Email: dholmes@binghamton.edu

Drew Massey 
Music, Fall 2014
"Thomas Adès: A Portrait in Eight Essays"
Email: dmassey@binghamton.edu

Jay Newberry 
Geography, Fall 2014
"Secondary Migration of Contemporary African Refugees in New York"
Email: jnewber@binghamton.edu

Zoja Pavlovskis-Petit 
Comparative Literature, Fall 2014
"Going Far"
Email: zppetit@binghamton.edu

Mary Youssef
Classical and Near Eastern Studies, Fall 2014
"Historical Transformations and the Rise of a New-Consciousness Novel in Egypt"
Email: myoussef@binghamton.edu

Lisa Yun
English and Asian and Asian American Studies, Fall 2014
"Testimonies and Debates of Transnational Trafficking: The Colonial Past and the Global Present"
Email: lisayun@binghamton.edu

 

Graduate Fellows

Natalia Andrievskikh
Comparative Literature, Spring 2015 
"Women, Food, and Fairy Tales in Literary Theory and Feminist Criticism"
Email: nandrie1@binghamton.edu

Deneil Hill
History, Spring 2015
"Shifting Feminist Visions at the UN: Self-Determination, Sexuality, and Human Rights, 1975-1995"
Email: dhill2@binghamton.edu

Isabel Palomo Merino
Comparative Literature and Translation Studies, Spring 2015
"Detective Fiction and its Translation During the Franco Regime"
Email: ipalomo1@binghamton.edu

Yang Zhan
Anthropology, Spring 2015
"The Heart of a Heartless World: Organized Gifting, NGO and the Virtue of Aixin in Post-socialist China"
Email: yzhan1@binghamton.edu

Erin Annis
History, Fall 2014 
"Imperial Families: Scots in the Eighteenth-Century British Empire"
Email: eannis1@binghamton.edu

Rochelle DuFord 
Philosophy, Fall 2014 
"Considering Global Government"
Email: rduford1@binghamton.edu

Deidre Riley
English and Medieval Studies, Fall 2014 
"Purgatories of the Mind: Punishment and Penance in Fourteenth-Century Middle English Texts"
Email: driley1@binghamton.edu

Dean's Research Fellow

Diana Gildea 
Fall 2014 
"Reproducing the Food/Body Regime"
Email: dgildea@binghamton.edu


IASH FELLOWS 2013-2014

Faculty Fellows

Abou El Haj, Barbara
Art History, Fall 2013, Spring 2014 
Lordship and Commune: A Comparative Study of Building and Decorating in Reims and Amiens
Email: abouel@binghamton.edu
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Chronopoulos, Tina
Classic and Near Eastern Studies, Spring 2014 
Aetas Horatiana: Reading Horace's Odes in Twelfth-Century England and France
Email: tchronop@binghamton.edu
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Friedman, Randy 
Judaic Studies, Spring 2014
Gods of Becoming
Email: friedman@binghamton.edu
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Holmes, Olivia
English and CEMERS, Spring 2014 
Boccaccio and Exemplarity: Setting a Bad Example in the Decameron
Email: oholmes@binghamton.edu
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O'Hearn, Denis
Sociology, Spring 2014
Exilic Spaces and the World-Economy: Territorial and Structural Escape
Email: dohearn@binghamton.edu
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Schleuse, Paul
Music, Spring 2014
Identity, Alterity, and Abstract Opera: Robert Wilson and Philip Glass's Einstein on the Beach (1976–2012)
Email: schleuse@binghamton.edu

DeHaan, Heather
History, Fall 2013
In the Neighborhood of Empire: Baku Communities in the Interwar Period
Email: hdehaan@binghamton.edu
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Hassoun, Nicole 
Philosophy, Fall 2013
Human Rights, Global Health, and the Rules of Trade
Email: nhassoun@binghamton.edu
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Laats, Adam
School of Education/ joint title in History, Fall 2013
The Other School Reformers: The Conservative Tradition in American Education
Email: alaats@binghamton.edu
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Wall, Brian 
Cinema, Fall 2013
What Cinema Isn't: Boredom, Blindness, and the Uncinematic
Email: bwall@binghamton.edu
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Wall, Wendy
History, Fall 2013
"To Wage the Peace": The 1965 Immigration Act and the Cold War Politics of Immigration Reform
Email: wwall@binghamton.edu
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Doctoral Fellows

Applegate, Matt
Comparative Literature, Fall 2013, Spring 2014 
Biopolitics and the Imperatives of Guerrilla Discourse: Partisanship, Power, and the Aesthetics of Resistance
Email: mappleg1@binghamton.edu

Jennings, Kristine
Comparative Literature, Fall 2013, Spring 2014 
Narcissistic Sensibilities
Email: kjennin1@binghamton.edu

Tasdemir, Zehra
Sociology, Spring 2014
Capital, Nation-state and Nature: Oil and Reproducing Mosul in the Modern World Economy
Email: ztasdem1@binghamton.edu

Shin, Layoung 
Anthropology, Fall 2013 
"Performing Like a Star": Pop Culture and Sexuality among Young Women in Neoliberal South Korea
Email: lshin1@binghamton.edu

Undergraduate Fellow

Ben-Ezra, Ilana 
History and Political Science, Fall 2013 
The Sixth Crusade: Antichrist, Fredrick II, and Muslims in Western Eschatology
Email: ibenezr1@binghamton.edu

Dean's Research Fellow

Gildea, Diana
Fall 2013, Spring 2014 
Reproducing the Food/Body Regime
Email: dgildea@binghamton.edu

Visiting Fellows

O'Hearn, Bilge Firat
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Istanbul Technical University, Fall 2013, Spring 2014
Infrastructure and Regional Integration around the Bosphorus: Material Futures or Political Dreamscapes?

 

 


IASH FELLOWS 2012-2013

Faculty Fellows

Glick, Douglas
Anthropology and Linguistics, Spring 2013
Social Production of Meaning
Email: dglick@binghamton.edu
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MacKenney, Richard
History, Spring 2013
The Renaissance: Inter-Disciplinary Approaches
Email: rmackenn@binghamton.edu
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Stoever-Ackerman, Jennifer
English, Spring 2013
The Sonic Color-Line: Race and The Cultural Politics of Listening in America
Email: jsa@binghamton.edu
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Tomich, Dale
Sociology, Spring 2013
Plantation Landscapes: Spatial Practices and Visual Representations in Brazil, Cuba, and American South
Email: dtomich@binghamton.edu
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Guay, Robert
Philosophy, Fall 2012
Nietzsche on Truth and Politics
Email: rguay@binghamton.edu
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Henkel, Scott
English, Fall 2012
Censorship and Cooperation in Salt of the Earth
Email: shenkel@binghamton.edu
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Keith, Joseph
English, Fall 2012
America's Archipelago: Islands and the Aberrant Geography of Empire
Email: jkeith@binghamton.edu
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Morewedge, Rosmarie 
German and Russian Studies, Fall 2012
Herzog Ernst B: A Medieval Experiment in Narration and Nation Building in Germany
Email: rmorewed@binghamton.edu
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Rosenberg, Liz
English, Fall 2012
House of Dreams: The Story of L. M. Montgomery, author of "Anne of Green Gables"
Email: lrosenb@binghamton.edu
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Walkling, Andrew 
Early Modern Studies, Fall 2012
From Pole to Pole Resounding: Epideictic, Performativity, and Musical Rhetoric in John Dryden's "Albion and Albanius"
Email: walkling@binghamton.edu
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Doctoral Fellows

Maloney, Kara Larson
English, Spring 2013
Future and Once: Community and Affiliation in King Arthur's Court
Email: kmalone3@binghamton.edu

Cortissoz, Carlos
Philosophy – SPEL, Fall 2012, Spring 2013
Psychology of the State: Plato, Virtue Politics and the Collective Mind
Email: ccortis1@binghamton.edu

Bowen, Elliott
History, Fall 2012
Mecca of the American Syphilitic: Doctors, Patients and Disease Identity in Hot Springs, Arkansas, 1890-1940
Email: ebowen2@binghamton.edu

Chaudhuri, Diviani
Comparative Literature, Fall 2012
Articulations of Homes in Literatures of South Asia and the South Asian Diaspora: Coloniality, Partition, and 9/11
Email: dchaudh1@binghamton.edu

Undergraduate Fellow

Levine, Amanda
Philosophy, Politics, and Law, Fall 2012
Patient Rights and the Mentally Ill: Deinstitutionalization in the Late 1960s
Email: alevine4@binghamton.edu

Dean's Research Fellow

Gildea, Diana
Spring 2013
Reproducing the Food/Body Regime
Email: diana@dianagildea.com

 

 





IASH FELLOWS 2011-2012

Faculty Fellows

Birnbaum, Sariel
Judaic Studies, Fall 2011, Spring 2012
Muslim Immigrants in Europe in Audio-Visual Media of Origin and Destination Countries
Email: birnbaum@binghamton.edu

Kinney, Kelly
English, Spring 2012
Politics, Rhetoric and New Teachers of Writing: Lessons in History, Pedagogy and Writing Program Administration
Email: kkinney@binghamton.edu
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Lee, Yoonkyung
Sociology and AAS, Spring 2012
Political Parties or Social Movements
Email: yklee@binghamton.edu
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Nzegwu, Nkiru
Africana Studies, Spring 2012
Critically Theorizing African Heterosexuality
Email: panap@binghamton.edu
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Starks, John
Classical and Near Eastern Studies, Spring 2012
Playing Her Part: the Actress in the Greek and Roman Worlds
Email: jstarks@binghamton.edu
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Pages, Neil Christian
German and Comparative Literature, Fall 2011, Spring 2012
Kafka and His Readers
Email: npages@binghamton.edu
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Wall, Brian
Cinema, Fall 2011, Spring 2012
The Fingerprint of Spirit: Theodor Adorno and Film Theory
Email: bwall@binghamton.edu
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Yun, Lisa
English and AAAS, Fall 2011, Spring 2012
A Narrative of Girl slavery: The Case of the Ship Ingelwood
Email: lisayun@binghamton.edu
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Henkel, Scott
English, Fall 2011
Leaves of Grassroots Politics: Democracy, the Swarm, and the Literatures of the Americas
Email: shenkel@binghamton.edu
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Mehta, Monika
English, Fall 2011
Disjunct Economics: Libidinal and Material Investments in Bombay Cinema
Email: mmehta@binghamton.edu
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Tessman, Lisa
Philosophy and Women’s Studies, Fall 2011
Moral Failure
Email:mailto:ltessman@binghamton.edu
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Zils, Harald
German and Russian Studies, Fall 2011
“Ernst Jünger's Total Moment: ‘Das Abenteuerliche Herz’ and 20th century European Aesthetics”
Email: hzils@binghamton.edu
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Graduate Student Fellows

Kyle, Jessica
Philosophy, Fall 2011, Spring 2012
The Promise of Global Politics: Military Humanitarian Intervention and Care for a Global World
Email: jkyle1@binghamton.edu

Payson, Jessica
Philosophy, Fall 2011, Spring 2012
Responsibility and Justice
Email: jpayson1@binghamton.edu

Sun, Jiena
English, Fall 2011, Spring 2012
Medicine on the Edge: Liminality in Contemporary Physician Writings
Email: jsun4@binghamton.edu

Riddle, Erin
Comparative Literature and TRIP, Fall 2011, Spring 2012
Domesticating Memory: Jana Hensel and Rigoberta Menchu in Translation
Email: eriddle1@binghamton.edu

Little, Lalaine
Art History, Fall 2011
Portable Devotion: Philippine Christian Visual Culture 1521-1815
Email: llittle1@binghamton.edu

Undergraduate Student Fellows

Simmons, Leonard
PPL and Political Science, Spring 2012
Libertarian Paternalism: The Inner Workings of Rawls’s Overlapping Consensus
Email: lsimmon1@binghamton.edu

Stuber, Tracy
Art History and German Studies, Fall 2011
Living With Pop: Mass Media and American Influence in the Art of 1960s Germany


IASH FELLOWS 2010-2011

Faculty Fellows

Gates, Leslie
Sociology, Spring 2011

The Politics of Neoliberalism in Mexico and Venezuela
Email: lgates@binghamton.edu
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Henkel, Scott
English, Spring 2011

Leaves of Grassroots Politics: Democracy, the Swarm, and the Literatures of the Americas
Email: shenkel@binghamton.edu
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Martinek, Wendy
Political Science, Spring 2011

Judging as Human Behavior: The Social Psychology of Decision Making on Appellate
Email: martinek@binghamton.edu
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Polachek, Dora
Romance Languages and Literatures, Spring 2011
Laughter and the Woman Question in Early Modern France
Email: dpolachk@binghamton.edu
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Roth, Benita
Sociology, Fall 2010, Spring 2011
Anti-AIDS Activism in Los Angeles from the 1980s to the 2000s: The Life and Death of ACT UP/LA
Email: broth@binghamton.edu
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Wilson, Thomas
Anthropology, Spring 2011
The Europeanization of the Irish Countryside
Email: twilson@binghamton.edu
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Ros, Ana
Romance Languages and Literatures, Fall 2010, Spring 2011

Inheritance: Living Memory, Leaving Countries. Uruguayan and Argentinean Fictionalization at the Turn of the Millennium
Email: aros@binghamton.edu
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Friedman, Randy
Philosophy and Judaic Studies, Fall 2010
Transcendence, Dialogue, and Philosophical Eschatology in 20th Century Jewish Thought
Email: friedman@binghamton.edu
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Schleuse, Paul
Music, Fall 2010

Patronage, Print Culture, and the Music of Orazio Vecchi in Late Sixteenth Century Italy
Email: schleuse@binghamton.edu
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Moreira, Luiza
Comparative Literature, Fall 2010
Gender and the Career of a Public Intellectual: The Journalism of Cecília Meireles (1941-1945)
Email: lmoreira@binghamton.edu
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Pettid, Michael
Asian and Asian American Studies, Fall 2010
Women in Rural Chosŏn Korea: An Exploration of Women's Autonomy in a Patriarchal Society
Email: mpettid@binghamton.edu
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Gopinath, Praseeda
English, Fall 2010
Scarecrows of Chivalry: The Literature of British Masculinities after Empire, 1935-1965
Email: gopinath@binghamton.edu
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Brinker-Garber, Gisela
Comparative Literature, Fall 2010
Figurations of the Modern: Gender, Politics, and Aesthetics
Email: gbrinker@binghamton.edu
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Graduate Student Fellows

Gutman, David
History, Fall 2010, Spring 2011

Rethinking the 'Global Village:' The Social, Political, and Economic Impact of Overseas Migration on Eastern Anatolia, 1880-1915

Trelawny-Cassity, Lewis
Philosophy, Fall 2010, Spring 2011

Plato's Demiurgic Politics: The Role of the Chōra in the “Timaeus” and “Laws”

Undergraduate Student Fellows

DeWitt, Jan
Classical and Near Eastern Studies, Spring 2011

(Un)common Blood: The Romanization and Alienation of Italian Allies (200-87BCE)

Jang, Jieun
Music, Fall 2010

Sergei Prokofiev's Piano Sonata No. 9 and Musical Freedom



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