Folger Institute 2008–2009 long-term fellows

Fellows in residence at the Folger Institute for 2008–2009. For Scholarly programs, see our 2008–2009 program archive page.

Mellon Fellows

Alec Ryrie, Reader in Church History, University of Durham

Piety and the Experience of Protestantism in Early Modern Britain

David Schalkwyk, Professor of English, University of Cape Town

Humanism and Love’s Transgression in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries

NEH Fellows

Jonathan Gil Harris, Professor of English, George Washington University

Shakespeare and Literary Theory

Caroline M. Hibbard, Associate Professor of History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

A Place at Court: Palaces and Courtiers of Henrietta Maria

H. C. Erik Midelfort, Professor of History, University of Virginia

Suppression of Dissent in Early Modern Germany, 1650–1750

ACLS/Burkhardt Fellow

Hannibal Hamlin, Associate Professor of English, The Ohio State University

Shakespeare and Biblical Culture