Folger Institute 2012–2013 short-term fellows
Short-term fellows for the Folger Institute for 2012-2013
Marco Barducci, Political Thought, University of Florence
- "Hugo Grotius and the Reception of De imperio summarum potestatum circa sacra in the English Revolution, 1640-1660"
Clara Calvo, English, University of Murcia
- "Shakespeare and the Cultures of Commemoration"
Ian Campbell, History, Trinity College Dublin
- "Protestant Natural Law and Irish Natural Slaves"
Brinda Charry, English, Keene State College
- "‘Imperfect Men:’ Eunuchs, The East, and Early Modern English Drama"
Matthew Davies, IHR, University of London
- "London 1300-1550"
Chad Van Dixhoorn, History, Reformed Theological Seminary
- "The Westminster Assembly and the Pulpit"
Eric Dursteler, History, Brigham Young University
- "Around the Mediterranean Table: Foodways and Identity in the Early Modern Era"
J. Caitlin Finlayson, English, University Michigan-Dearborn
- "Stephen Harrison’s The Arches of Triumph: James I’s London Royal Entry and the Architectural Representation of Majesty"
John Garrison, English, Carroll University
- "Enriching Friendship"
Gail McMurray Gibson, English, Davidson College
- "Sir Kenelm Digby, Cultures of Recusancy, and The Digby Plays"
Colette Gordon, English, University of Cape Town
- "Shakespeare’s Play of Credit"
Lianne Habinek, Literature, Bard College
- "Such Wondrous Science: Metaphor and the Birth of Neuroscience in Early Modern England"
Susan Harlan, English, Wake Forest University
- "Objects of War: Military Dress, Memory, and the Making of the Early Modern English Subject"
Johanna Harris, English, University of Exeter
- "The Collected Works of Thomas Traherne Volume III"
Christopher Highley, English, Ohio State University
- "The Blackfriars Neighborhood: God’s House and Playhouse"
Wendy Hyman, English, Oberlin College
- "Skeptical Seductions: Carpe Diem Poetry and the Eroticism of Doubt"
Stacey Jocoy, Musicology, Texas Tech University
- "John Playford and the Evolution of The Introduction to the Skill of Musick"
Erin Kelly, English, University of Victoria
- "Performing Religious Conversion in Early Modern England"
- Sixteenth-Century Studies/Folger Fellow
Gerard Kilroy, English, University College London
- "Edmund Campion and William Shakespeare: an Uncertain Connection"
Natasha Korda, English, Wesleyan University
- "Sister Arts: Theater and Visual Culture in Early Modern England"
Douglas Lanier, English, University of New Hampshire
- "America’s Shakespeare Commemorated: 1864, 1916, 1964"
John Lavagnino, English, King’s College London
- "The Death and Rebirth of Early Modern Drama"
Yu Liu, English, Niagara County Community College
- "Harmonious Disagreement: Matteo Ricci and his Closest Chinese Friends"
Brian Lockey, English, St. John’s University
- "The Pope’s Scholars: Catholics, Royalists, and Cosmopolitans Writing at the Margins of Early Modern England"
Cecilia Maier-Kapoor, Modern Languages and Literatures, Pace University
- "Platonic Love Reconsidered: The Role of Medicine in Francesco Cattani da Diacceto’s ‘I tre libre d’amore’ (1561)"
Howard Marchitello, English, Rutgers University-Camden
- "The Diary Notebooks of Reverend John Ward: Early Modern ‘Science in Action’"
Rupali Mishra, History, Auburn University
- "A business of state: the meanings of the East India Company and English State in London and Asia in the 17th Century"
Paul Musselwhite, History, University of Glasgow
- "Conceiving the Plantation Town: Civic Structures in English Atlantic Debate"
- American Historical Association/Folger Fellow
Marcy North, English, Pennsylvania State University
- "Scribal Labor and the Exercise of Taste in Post-Print Manuscript Culture"
Kara Northway, English, Kansas State University
- "Actors’ Letters"
Monique O’Connell, History, Wake Forest University
- "Constructing Narratives, Building Empire: Renaissance Republicanism and Venetian Expansion"
Elizabeth Patton, Humanities, Johns Hopkins University
- "Reading the Rosary and Marking its Absence: Readers’ Marks and the Reformation History of the “beads” and the Little Office of the Virgin"
Chiara Petrolini, Renaissance Studies, Balzan Foundation
- "Between Two Worlds: a Critical edition of A True Historicall Conversion of Sir Tobie Matthew"
Nicholas Popper, History, College of William and Mary
- "Edmund Tilney’s Topographical Descriptions and Elizabethan Political Culture"
Todd Reeser, French and Italian, University of Pittsburgh
- "Setting Plato Straight: Translating Ancient Sexuality in the Renaissance"
Colleen Rosenfeld, English, Pomona College
- "Indecorous Thinking: Poetic Figures and the Production of Knowledge in Early Modern England"
Julia Schleck, English, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
- "The Genres of Early Capitalism"
Deneen Senasi, English, Mercer University
- "Companionate Reading, Coincidental Inscription, and the Associated Name: George Eliot, George Henry Lewes, and the Works of Shakespeare"
Daniel Smith, English, University of Reading
- "Early Modern Manuscripts at the Folger: The Conways, John Donne, and Bess of Hardwick"
Scott Sowerby, History, Northwestern University
- "Acquisitive Cosmopolitanism and the Early British Empire, 1660-1720"
Elizabeth Spiller, English, Florida State University
- "The Sense of Matter: Science, Matter Theory, and Literary Creations in the Renaissance"
Felicity Stout, Humanities, Nottingham Trent University
- "Richard Hakluyt’s The Principal Navigations: a New Critical Edition of V.4, the Russian Material"
Kristina Straub, English, Carnegie Mellon University
- "Shakespearean Performance and the Sexual Imaginary of 18th-Century London Theatre"
Rivka Swenson, English, Virginia Commonwealth University
- "Before Unionism: Parts, Wholes, and Aesthetic Politics, 1603-1707"
Patrick Tuite, Drama, Catholic University of America
- "Dramaturgy in the Age of Monarch
Lucy Underwood, History, Independent Scholar
- "Imagining Englands: Confessionalization and National Identity after the English Reformation"
Susan Wabuda, History, Fordham University
- "Cranmer’s Women"