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Folger Institute fellows from previous years. See current Folger long-term fellows for this year's fellows.

2014–2015 long-term fellows

(Folger) Claire M. L. Bourne, Assistant Professor of English, Virginia Commonwealth University

“Set Forth as It Hath Been Played”: Printing the Performance in Early Modern England

(NEH) Gail McMurray Gibson, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of English and Humanities, Davidson College

Medieval Drama in Afterlife

(Mellon) Erika T. Lin, Associate Professor of English, George Mason University

Seasonal Festivity and Commercial Performance in Early Modern England

(NEH) Craig Martin, Associate Professor of History, Oakland University

Global Science before Global Networks: the Background and Aftermath of Francis Bacon’s History of Winds

(Mellon) David Norbrook, Merton Professor of English Literature, University of Oxford

Lucy Hutchinson’s Memoirs: Life-Writing, History, and Revolution

Previous Folger Institute long-term fellows

2013–2014 long-term fellows

(Mellon) Paul Cefalu, Associate Professor of English, Lafayette College

The Mind and Body of God: Divine Accommodation and Anthropomorphism in Early Modern English Culture

(NEH) Pamela O. Long, Independent Historian, Washington, DC

Rebuilding Rome: Knowledge, Power, and Engineering, 1557-1590

(NEH) Paul Menzer, Director, Shakespeare and Performance Graduate Program, Mary Baldwin College

Shakespeare, Anecdotally

(Folger) Julie Park, Assistant Professor of English, Vassar College

Dark Rooms and Moving Objects: Mediating Interior Life in Eighteenth-Century England

(Mellon) Daniel Shore, Assistant Professor of English, Georgetown University

Cyberformalism: The History of Syntactic Forms in the Early Modern Period

2012–2013 long-term fellows

(NEH) Katherine B. Attié, Lecturer in Literature, American University

Shakespeare's Political Aesthetic

(NEH) Dennis Britton, Assistant Professor of English, University of New Hampshire

Becoming Christian: Race, Reformation, and Early Modern English Romance

(Folger) Kevin McGinley, Lecturer in Scottish Cultural Studies, Orkney College, University of the Highlands and Islands

Scottish Drama in Eighteenth-Century America

(Mellon) Dennis Romano, Professor of History, Syracuse University

Fraud and Deception in Early Modern Italy, c. 1450 to c. 1600

(Mellon) Evelyn Tribble, Professor of English, University of Otago

Ecologies of Skill in Early Modern England

2011–2012 long-term fellows

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellows

Kathryn Gucer, Independent Scholar, Chicago, IL

Revolution Across the Channel: Cross-Cultural Information Exchange between Early Modern England and Europe

David Loewenstein, Helen C. White Professor of English and the Humanities, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Treacherous Faith: Heresy and Demonization in Early Modern English Literature

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellows

Lena Cowen Orlin, Professor of English, Georgetown University

The Private Life of William Shakespeare

William H. Sherman, Professor of English, University of York

Knowledge is Power: Renaissance Intelligence and Its Modern Legacies

ACLS/Burkhardt Fellows

David Como, Associate Professor of History, Stanford University

Radical Parliamentarians and the English Civil War

Jonathan Sheehan, Associate Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley

Sacrifice: Theology and the Human Sciences in Early Modern Europe

2010–2011 long-term fellows

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellows

Anne E. B. Coldiron, Associate Professor of English (and French), Florida State University

Printers without Borders: Translation and Transnationalism in Tudor Literature

Claudia Kairoff, Professor of English, Wake Forest University

The Works of Anne Finch: A Critical Edition

Jennifer Keith, Associate Professor of English, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

The Works of Anne Finch: A Critical Edition

Jeremy Lopez, Associate Professor of English, University of Toronto

Anticanons for Early Modern Drama

Andrew W. Mellon Fellows

Jean-Christophe Mayer, Senior Research Fellow, CNRS, and University of Montpellier

Reading Shakespeare's Early Modern Readers

Marc Schachter, Fellow, Villa I Tatti

The Uses of Desire: Philology, Epistemology, Politics

2009–2010 long-term fellows

Mellon Fellows

Dympna C. Callaghan, Dean’s Professor in the Humanities, Syracuse University

Shakespeare in Pieces

Stefano Villani, Recercatore, Dipartimento di Storia, Università di Pisa

Seventeenth-century English Translations of Italian Books

NEH Fellows

Bradin Cormack, Associate Professor of English, University of Chicago

Shakespeare’s Substance: A Reading of the Sonnets

Marshall Grossman, Professor of English, University of Maryland

Reason’s Martyrs: Poetry and Belief in ‘Paradise Regained,’ to which is added, ‘Samson Agonistes’

R. Carter Hailey, Research Associate, College of William & Mary

The Shakespeare Papers: Paper Stocks of Shakespeare Folios, Quartos, and Octavos to 1640

2008–2009 long-term fellows

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