Folger Institute 2014–2015 short-term fellows
Harriet Archer, English, Newcastle University
- "Reading Poetic Authority in 1570s England: Manuscript Marginalia to English Printed Poetry in the Folger Collection"
Tamara Atkin, English, Queen Mary University of London
- "Play and Book: Drama‚ Reading‚ and the Invention of the Literary in Tudor England"
Anna Bertolet, English, Auburn University
- "Written in Thread on Contested Ground: Gender and Needlework in Early Modern England"
Joshua Calhoun, English, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- "Revising the Past: Ink Blots‚ Erasure‚ and Ecologies of Inscription in Renaissance England"
Clare Carroll, Comparative Literature, Queen’s College, CUNY
- "The Uses of Spenser’s A View of the Present State of Ireland"
Antonio Castore, Humanities, University of Turin
- "Pericles‚ Prince of Tyre: A New Translation and Critical Edition in Italian"
Leah Chang, French, The George Washington University
- "Two Queens: Maternity and the Embodiment of Sovereignty in Early Modern France and England"
Katharine Cleland, English, Virginia Tech University
- "Fictions of Clandestine Marriage in Early Modern England"
Rita Costa-Gomes, History, Towson University
- "A Cartographer’s Tale: Boazio's 1588 View of Santiago"
Lezlie Cross, Drama, University of Washington
- "The Nineteenth-Century Shakespeare Dramaturg: William Winter and Horace Howard Furness"
Cesare Cuttica, English Studies, Paris University
- "Fighting the Monstrous ‘Many-Headed Multitude’: Anti-Democracy in Early Modern England ca. 1580-1640"
Surekha Davies, History, Western Connecticut State University
- "Mapping the Peoples of the New World: Ethnography‚ Imagery, and Knowledge in Renaissance Europe"
Vivian Davis, English, University of Arkansas
- "Genres of the Moment: David Garrick Between Tragedy and Comedy"
Eoin Devlin, History, University of Cambridge
- "British Responses to the Baroque‚ c.1603–c.1797"
Derek Dunne, English, Queen’s University, Belfast
- "Vindictive Justice‚ Participatory Revenge"
Rebecca Emmett, History, St. John’s College, Oxford
- "Publishing Networks in Elizabethan London: The Case of Thomas Man"
Alan Galey, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto
- "Visualizing Variation in Shakespeare and Early Modern Books"
David Gehring, Theology and Religion, Durham University
- "Anglo-German Translations and Travel‚ 1558–1603"
Musa Gurnis, English, Washington University
- "Heterodox Drama: Theater in Post-Reformation London"
Vanessa Harding, History‚ Classics & Archaeology, Birbeck, University of London
- "Richard Smyth (1590–1675) and His Books"
Megan Heffernan, English, DePaul University
- "Each Part Together: Form‚ Collections‚ and the Poetic Imagination in Tottel’s England"
Brett Hirsch, English and Cultural Studies, The University of Western Australia
- "Reproducing Renaissance Drama‚ 1744–2014"
Katherine Hunt, Literature‚ Drama‚ and Creative Writing, University of East Anglia
- "Arts of Variation: Permutational Practices and the Shape of Change in Seventeenth-Century English Writing"
Bruce Janacek, History, North Central College
- "Elias Ashmole: A Study in Virtuosity"
Claire Jowitt, English, University of Southampton
- "Critical Edition of Hakluyt’s The Principal Navigations: Volume XIV"
Darcy Kern, History, McDaniel College
- "Tyranny in Translation: The Reception of Paolo Sarpi in Renaissance England"
David Lawrence, History, Trent University
- "England’s Merchant Soldiers: Civic Militarism and Military Performance in the Early Stuart Period"
Kat Lecky, English, Arkansas State University
- "The Laureate Poetics of Pocket Maps in Renaissance Britain"
Catherine Loomis, English, University of New Orleans
- "The John Jack Promptbook"
Fabio Luppi, Education Science, Roma Tre University
- "New Edition and First Italian Translation of the Jacobean Play by John Marston and Others: The Insatiate Countess"
Jack Lynch, English, Rutgers University
- "The Shakespeare Phantom: The Lives of William Henry Ireland"
Kate Narveson, English, Luther College
- "Resting Assured: Devotional Reading and the Creation of Emotion"
Sandrine Parageau, English Studies, University of Paris, West, Nanterre Nanterre La Défense
- "Spreading the Word of a Woman Kabbalist: A Translation of Anne Conway’s The Principles of the Most Ancient and Modern Philosophy (1690/1692)"
Jared Richman, English, Colorado College
- "(In)audible Bodies and (In)visible Voices: Elocution and Disability in the Long Eighteenth Century"
Leslie Ritchie, English, Queen’s University
- "David Garrick and the Mediation of Celebrity"
Jenny Sager, English, The University of Nottingham
- "The Friar Bacon Plays: Robert Greene’s Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay and John of Bordeaux"
Anita Sherman, English, American University
- '"The Skeptical Imagination of Margaret Cavendish"
Monika Smialkowska, Humanities, Northumbria University
- "Shakespeare 1916: Local and Global Perspectives"
Courtney Smith, English, Wesleyan University
- "Empiricist Devotions: Scrutinizing Nature in Early Eighteenth-Century England"
Claire Sponsler, English, The University of Iowa
- "Reading the Beauchamp Pageant"
Tatiana String, Art, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- "Masculinity and the Male Body in Renaissance Art"
Mark Vareschi, English, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- "Everywhere and Nowhere: The Anonymous Text‚ 1660–1790"
Julianne Werlin, English, The University of Southern California
- "Informers and Information in Francis Bacon’s Thought"
John West, English, University of Exeter
- "Literature and the Succession of Charles II‚ 1649–1661"
Jay Zysk, English, University of South Florida
- "Shadow and Substance: Reading the Eucharist in Medieval and Early Modern English Drama"