Folger Institute 2015–2016 short-term fellows
Ruth Ahnert, English and Drama, Queen Mary University London
- "Tudor Networks of Power"
Valerie Bajou, Curator, Chateau de Versailles
- "The Image of Ophelia in the Visual Arts in Europe"
Graydon Beeks, Jr, Music History, Pomona College,
- "The Covent Garden Theatre Orchestra 1757–1767"
Pamela Benson, English, Rhode Island College
- "Aemilia Lanyer’s Passions"
Liza Blake, English, University of Toronto
- "Early Modern Literary Physics"
Claire Bowditch, English and Drama, Loughborough University
- "The Folger Shakespeare Library’s Materials in the Cambridge Edition of the Writings of Aphra Behn"
Mark Thornton Burnett, English, Queen’s University, Belfast
- “Hamlet and World Cinema”
Vincent Carey, History, State University of New York at Plattsburgh
- "Murder on the Border of the Pale: A Sixteenth-Century Irish Microhistory"
Kimberly Coles, English, University of Maryland
- "‘A Fault of Humour’: The Constitution of Belief in Early Modern England"
Megan Cook, English, Colby College
- "Chaucer and Early Modern Antiquarianism"
Andrew Devereux, History, Loyola Marymount University
- "The Other Side of Empire: Spain, the Mediterranean, and the Evolution of
Universalist Imperial Ideologies, 1479–1551"
Dennis Duncan, Postdoctoral Fellow, Bodleian Libraries Center for the Study of the Book, Oxford
- "A Survey of English Book Indexes‚ 1500–1600"
Rachel Eisendrath, English, Barnard College
- "Renaissance Ekphrasis: Art and Artifact"
Claire Farago, Art History, University of Colorado, Boulder
- "Art as Institution: The Fabrication of Leonardo da Vinci’s Treatise on Painting, 1651"
J. Caitlin Finlayson, English, University of Michigan, Dearborn
- "Shakespeare and Comics"
David Gants, English, Florida State University
- "An Introduction to Descriptive Bibliography"
John Garrison, English, Carroll University
- "The Classical Love Elegy in Early Modern England: Desire‚ Mourning‚ and Memory"
Genelle Gertz, English, Washington and Lee University
- "What Happened to Women Mystics After 1534?"
Jessica Goethals, Postdoctoral Fellow, Villa I Tatti
- "The Enduring Textual Afterlife of the Sack of Rome (1527)"
Nicholas Hardy, Research Fellow, English, Trinity College, Cambridge
- "The Late Humanist ars critica in Seventeenth-Century England:
a Study in Educational Diffusion"
Elaine Hobby, English and Drama, Loughborough University
- "The Folger Shakespeare Library’s Materials in the Cambridge Edition
of the Writings of Aphra Behn"
John Hunt, History and Political Science, Utah Valley University
- "Gaming and Sociability in the Streets of Early Modern Rome"
Newton Key, History, Eastern Illinois University
- "The Rye House Plot and the Association Crisis"
Peter Kirwan, English, University of Nottingham
- "Marlowe’s Early Books: Henry VI and the Whole Contention"
Ivan Lupic, English, Stanford University
- "Subjects of Advice: Drama and Counsel in Early Modern England"
Laurie Maguire, English, Magdalen College, Oxford
- "Typographical Tales"
Glen McGillivray, Theater History, University of Sydney
- "Communities of Sentiment: Actors‚ Audiences and Emotions in the English Theatre, 1710–1812"
Christia Mercer, Philosophy, Columbia University
- "Feeling the Way to Truth: Women, Reason, and the Development of Modern Philosophy"
Meredith Neuman, English, Clark University
- "Coming to Terms with Early American Poetry"
Lucy Nicholas, History, Tel Aviv University
- "Intellectual Networks in the European Reformation: Johannes Sturm and Humanism
Marissa Nicosia, English, Scripps College
- "‘A Historie‚ Couch’d in a Play’ : Historical Futures in Seventeenth-Century Drama"
Jason Powell, English, Saint Joseph’s University
- "The Complete Works of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Elder, volume 2"
Suparna Roychoudhury, English, Mount Holyoke College
- "Phantasmatic Shakespeare: Imagination in the Age of Early Modern Science"
Lorenzo Sacchini, Italian Literature, University of Mary Washington
- "The Duke of Mantua’s Loves in an Italian Manuscript of the Seventeenth Century (Folger Library‚ MS V.a. 569)"
Leslie Smith, Book Artist, University of Iowa
- "Wonder and Curiosity: Broadside project"
Nicholas Smith, Archivist, Victoria & Albert Museum Archives
- "An Actor’s Library: David Garrick‚ Book Collecting, and Literary Friendships"
Goran Stanivukovic, English, Saint Mary’s University
- "Earliest Shakespeare"
Alan Stewart, English, Columbia University
- "The Oxford Francis Bacon‚ volume II: Late Elizabethan Writings‚ 1596–1602"
Jan Frans van Dijkhuizen, English, University of Leiden
- "Times of Affliction: The Religious Experience of Suffering in Early Modern Britain‚ 1550–1700"
Alexandra Walsham, History, University of Cambridge
- "The Reformation of the Generations: Age, Ancestry, and Memory in England 1500–1700"
Katherine Williams, Literature, New York University, Abu Dhabi
- "Irregular Bodies: Performing Disability on the Early Modern Stage"
Louise Wilson, English, University of St. Andrews
- "Reading Amadis de Gaule in the Eighteenth Century: a Folger Copy and its Annotators"