Folger Institute 2008–2009 short-term fellows

Folger Institute short-term fellows for the 2008–2009 academic year. For Scholarly Programs, see our 2008–2009 program archive.

Geoff Baker, Temporary Lecturer in Early Modern History, Keele University

“Catholic Reading Practices and Cultural Politics in Early Modern England, c. 1580–1715”

Mark Bayer, Assistant Professor of English, American University of Beirut

“Nineteenth-Century American Editions of Shakespeare”

Peter Beal, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of English Studies, University of London

“Catalogue of English Literary Manuscripts, 1450–1700”

Elizabeth Bearden, Assistant Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of Maryland

“Repainting Romance: Ekphrasis and Otherness in Renaissance Imitation of Greek Romance”

Ilona Bell, Professor of English, Williams College

“An Edition of Mary Wroth’s Pamphilia to Amphilanthus”

Anston Bosman, Associate Professor of English, Amherst College

“The Northern Way: Renaissance England in North Sea Culture”

Ruth Connolly, Research Associate, School of English, Newcastle University

“The Complete Poetry of Robert Herrick”

Alice Dailey, Assistant Professor of English, Villanova University

“From Acts to Monuments: Martyrology and the English Reformation”

Holly Dugan, Assistant Professor of English, The George Washington University

“The Ephemeral History of Perfume: Scent and Sense in Early Modern England”

Gabriel Egan, Reader in Shakespeare Studies, Loughborough University

“Reading Shakespeare’s Mind: Twentieth-Century Editorial Theory and Practice”

Anthony Ellis, Assistant Professor of English, Western Michigan University

“‘Il Shax’: Literary Translations, Theatrical Adaptations of Shakespeare in Italy”

Catherine Field, Assistant Professor of English, San Diego State University

“‘Many Hands’: Early Modern Englishwomen’s Recipes and the Writing of Food, Politics, and the Self”

Valerie Forman, Assistant Professor of English, University of Colorado, Boulder

“Developing New Worlds: Property, Freedom, and the Economics of Representation in Early Modern England”

Thomas Freeman, Research Officer, John Foxe Project, University of Sheffield

“A Comparative Analysis of the Protestant Martyrologies”

David Greer, Emeritus Professor of Music, Durham University

“An Edition of Musica Transalpina”

Joseph J. Gwara, Associate Professor of Spanish, United States Naval Academy

“A Gallery of Grotesques: Woodcut Initials in Sixteenth-Century English Books”

F. Elizabeth Hart, Associate Professor of English, University of Connecticut, Storrs

“Reading, Consciousness, and Renaissance Romance”

Grace Ioppolo, Reader in English Literature, University of Reading

“Dulwich College: The First Early Modern Theater History Library”

Miriam Jacobson, Assistant Professor of English, Wake Forest University

“Antiquity and the East in Early Modern English Poetry”

Carol Ann Johnston, Associate Professor of English, Dickinson College

“‘Heavenly Perspective’: Thomas Traherne and Seventeenth-Century Visual Traditions”

Lisa Kasmer, Assistant Professor of English, Clark University

“Regendering History: Gender and Genres of History, 1760–1840”

Krista Kesselring, Associate Professor of History, Dalhousie University

“Criminal Forfeitures in English Law, c. 1170–1870”

Gerard Kilroy, Independent Scholar, Bath, England

“Controlling the Margins: A Bibliographic Study of the Works of Sir John Harington (1560–1612)”

Maria Koundoura, Associate Professor of Literature, Emerson College

“Desire Lines: Metaphors of the Global City”

Barbara Kreps, Associate Professor of English, Emerita, University of Pisa

“Legal Theory, Legal Practice, and Early Modern Theater”

Angela Locatelli, Professor of English, University of Bergamo

“Rhetoric as an Interface Between Different Epistemologies in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England”

Gail Marshall, Reader in Nineteenth-Century Literature, Oxford Brookes University

“Ellen Terry and Shakespeare”

Jeffrey Masten, Associate Professor of English and Gender Studies, Northwestern University

“Spelling Shakespeare and Other Essays in Queer Philology”

Kirk Melnikoff, Assistant Professor of English, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

“The Literary and Political Ventures of Nicholas Ling”

Nick Moschovakis, Independent Scholar, Washington, DC

“Shakespeare, Vergilian?: Allusion and Early Ironic Readings of Aeneid 6”

Paul Nelles, Associate Professor of History, Carleton University

“Christoph Froschauer and Conrad Gesner: Printing in Zurich Between the Reformation and the Renaissance”

Meredith Neuman, Assistant Professor of Early American Literature, Clark University

“Letter and Spirit: Theories of the Sermon in Puritan New England”

Aysha Pollnitz, Research Fellow in History, Trinity College, Cambridge

“The Theory and Practice of Consilium in the Reign of Mary I”

Jordi Sanchez-Marti, Assistant Professor of English, University of Alicante

“Palmerin d’Oliva: An Edition of the English Translation”

Marc Schachter, Assistant Professor of French, Duke University

“Desiring Philology and the History of Sexuality”

Richard Schoch, Professor of the History of Culture, Queen Mary, University of London

“Henry Irving and Shakespeare”

Michael Steppat, Professor of English Literature, University of Bayreuth

“New Variorum Edition of The Merry Wives of Windsor”

Michael Suarez, SJ, Associate Professor of English, Fordham University

“Plate Subscription and the Patronage of Engravings for Learned Books in England from John Ogilby to the Oxford University Press”

Kathy Temple, Associate Professor of English, Georgetown University

“Lady Law Lies Alone: Women, Law, and Culture in the Anglo-American Eighteenth Century”

David Trim, Visiting Professor of History, Pacific Union College

“The Puritan Ideology of Holy War in Continental Context, c. 1560–1640”

Michael Witmore, Associate Professor of English, Carnegie Mellon University

“Wisdom and the Book of Experience”

James Woolley, Smith Professor of English, Lafayette College

“The Canon and Chronology of Swift’s Poems”