Folger Institute 2016-2017 short-term fellows

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Folger Institute short-term fellows for the 2016–2017 year. See previous Folger Institute short-term fellows for a multi-year list of previous fellows.

Angela Andreani, Marie Curie Intra-European Research Fellow, English, University of Sussex

Meredith Hanmer: Mapping the career of an Anglican Divine in the Elizabethan Church

Kerri Andrews, Associate Professor, School of Humanities, University of Strathclyde

The Letters of Hannah More: A Digital Edition

Matthew Augustine, Lecturer, School of English, University of St. Andrews

Aesthetics of Contingency: Writing, Politics, and Culture in England, 1639-1689

Chris Barrett, Assistant Professor, English, Louisiana State University

The Underside of the Map: Cartographic Anxieties and Early Modern English Literature

Sara Beam, Associate Professor, History, University of Victoria (Withdrew)

The Violence of Godly Justice: Torture in the Republic of Geneva‚ 1550-1750

Fabrizio Bigotti, Associate Research Fellow, Centre for Medical History, University of Exeter

Santorio Santorio in the Manuscripts of the Folger Shakespeare Library (1607-1658)

Anston Bosman, Associate Professor, English, Amherst College

Shakespeare in Multimedia Translation

William Carroll, Professor, English, Boston University

Multiplying Villainies: A Cultural History of Macbeth

Jennifer Clement, Assistant Professor, School of Communication and Arts, The University of Queensland

Print‚ Passions‚ and the Early Modern Sermon‚ 1603-1660

Jason Cohen, Assistant Professor, English, Berea College

Scala Intellectualis: Functions of Scale in Francis Bacon's New Humanism

Sonya Cronin, Independent Scholar (Deferred)

Royalist Counter Public: Royalist Networks and Communications during the Interregnum

Ambereen Dadabhoy, Visiting Assistant Professor, Literature, Harvey Mudd College

Why Black Lives Matter in Shakespeare

Katharine De Rycker, Research Associate, School of English Literature, Language, and Linguistics, Newcastle University

The Thomas Nashe Project

Michelle DiMeo, Curator of Digital Collections, Othmer Library of Chemical History, Chemical Heritage Foundation

The Intellectual Life of Katherine Jones‚ Lady Ranelagh (1615-91)

Hillary Eklund, Associate Professor, English, Loyola University New Orleans

World Enough and Time: Ecology and the Logic of Empire in Renaissance Literature

Frances Gage, Associate Professor, Fine Arts, Buffalo State, SUNY

Gossip‚ Blasphemy and Conversion: The Discalced Carmelites and the Reception of Caravaggio's Death of the Virgin

John Garcia, Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, American Antiquarian Society

Transatlantic Rambles: John Dunton‚ Colonial New England‚ and the London Book Trade‚ 1686 to 1700

Indira Ghose, Professor, English, University of Fribourg

Renaissance Courtesy Literature and the Theatre

Benjamin Goldberg, Instructor, Humanities and Cultural Studies, University of South Florida

Medicine and Margaret Cavendish

Marissa Greenberg, Associate Professor, English, University of New Mexico

Adam in the Motions: Revolution in Seventeenth-Century Literature

Hiro Hirai, Lecturer, Philosophy, Radboud University Nijmegen

Forgery and Signature between Magic and Science: Pseudo-Paracelsus's "De natura rerum"

Richard Hoyle, Professor, Institute of Historical Research, University of London (Withdrew)

Petitioning as a Means of Communication in Early Modern England‚ 1558-1642

Ann Hughes, Professor Emerita, School of Humanities, Keele University

Preachers‚ Hearers‚ Readers in the English Revolution

Phebe Jensen, Professor, English, Utah State University

The Early Modern English Calendar

Brian Lockey, Associate Professor, English, St. John's University

"To the Defense of my Secret Conscience": Public Narratives of Conversion within the Early Modern Republic of Letters

Jesus López-Peláez Casellas, Associate Professor, English, University of Jaen

The Loss of Spain topos: A Critical Bilingual (Spanish and English) Edition of Thomas Dekker's Lust's Dominion and W. Rowley's All's Lost by Lust

Lucia Martinez, Assistant Professor, English, Reed College

Mere Meter: Early Modern Metrical Psalms and the Sound of English Poetry

Vin Nardizzi, Associate Professor, English, University of British Columbia

Marvellous Vegetables in Renaissance Poetry

Julia Osman, Assistant Professor, History‚ Mississippi State University

War by the Book: Disciplining War in French Imagination and On the Battlefield 1550-1789

Holly Pickett, Associate Professor, English, Washington and Lee University

Sensational Idolatry: Reforming the Senses in Early Modern English Drama

Jason Gray Platt, Playwright

Ye Bare and Ye Cubb

Laura Rosenthal, Professor, English, University of Maryland

Cosmopolites: Men of the World‚ Sophisticated Ladies‚ and the London Theater Culture‚ 1660-1760

Anna Sagal, Independent Scholar

Women's Periodicals and the Philosophical Girl

Elizabeth Scala, Professor, English‚ University of Texas

Shakespeare and the Renaissance Chaucer Book

Emma Solberg, Assistant Professor, English, Bowdoin College

The Promiscuity of the Virgin

Ginger Strand, Non-Fiction Writer

Charlotte Cushman and her Circle

Erin Sullivan, Senior Lecturer, Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham

Shakespeare and Digital Performance

Andrea Sununu, Professor, English, DePauw University

"The Plays‚" for The Complete Writings of Katherine Philips‚ co-edited with Elizabeth H. Hageman

Susan Valladares, Lecturer, English, Worcester College, University of Oxford

The Eighteenth-Century Stock Play

Jessica Walker, Contingent Faculty, History/Center for Liberal Arts, The Johns Hopkins University

Ancestry and Allegiance in Marian England

Andrew Walkling, Associate Professor, Theatre, Binghamton University

Music for the Restoration Tempest, 1695–1775: Henry Purcell's Successors and the 1786 Harrison Score

Daniel Wasserman-Soler, Assistant Professor, History, Alma College

A Sixteenth-Century Best-Seller: Luis de Granada's Libro de la oracion y meditacion

Andy Wood, Professor, History, Durham University

Social Relations and Everyday Life in England‚ 1500-1640

David Worrall, Professor, English, Nottingham Trent University

The Economics of Culture: Drury Lane during Edmund Kean’s Early Seasons