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Fellows in residence at the [[Folger Institute]] for 2016–2017.
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Fellows in residence at the [[Folger Institute]] for 2017–2018.
  
(Mowat Mellon Research Fellow) [[Derek Dunne]], Lecturer, University of Fribourg
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(Mowat Mellon Research Fellow) James Bromley, Associate Professor of English, Miami University
:''Rogues’ Licence: The Counterfeiting of Authority in Early Modern Literature''
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:Style, Subjectivity, and Male Sexuality in Early Modern English Drama
  
(Matilda D. Mascioli Fellow) [[Jessica Goethals]], Assistant Professor, Italian, University of Alabama
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(Mowat Mellon Research Fellow) Urvashi Chakravarty, Assistant Professor of English, George Mason University
:''Margherita Costa and the Audacity of Italian Literature and Spectacle''
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:Fictions of Consent: Slavery, Servitude, and Free Service in Early Modern England
  
(Mowat Mellon Research Fellow) [[Megan Heffernan]], Assistant Professor, English, DePaul University
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(Mowat Mellon Research Fellow) Surekha Davies, Assistant Professor of History, Western Connecticut State University
:''Willing Minds: Gathered Writing, Material Epistemology, and the Early Modern Poetic Imagination''
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:Collecting Technology in the Age of Empire: Inventing Europe
  
(NEH Fellow) [[Carmen Nocentelli]], Associate Professor, English Language and Literature, University of New Mexico
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(NEH Fellow) Nicholas Popper, Gale and Steven Kohlhagen Term Distinguished Associate Professor of History, The College of William and Mary
:''Black Legends and the Invention of Europe''
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:The Specter of the Archive: Paper and Political Practice in Early Modern Britain
  
(ACLS Burkhardt Fellow) [[Joseph Ortiz]], Associate Professor, English, University of Texas at El Paso
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(NEH Fellow) Nigel Smith, William and Annie S. Paton Foundation Professor of Ancient and Modern Literature, Princeton University
:''Against Translation: The Form of Renaissance Epic''
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:Polyglot Poetics: Transnational Early Modern Literature
  
(NEH Fellow) [[Debapriya Sarkar]], Assistant Professor, English, Hendrix College
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(Mellon Fellow) Julianne Werlin, Assistant Professor of English Literature, Duke University
:''Possible Knowledge: Forms of Literary and Scientific Thought in Early Modern England''  [[Category: Folger Institute]] [[Category: Fellowships]] [[Category: Long-term]] [[Category:2016-2017]]
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:The Bureaucratic Foundations of Renaissance Literature
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(O.B. Hardison, Jr. Fellow) Jessica Wolfe, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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:Absolute Poet: The Life of George Chapman
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Revision as of 15:35, 29 June 2017

Fellows in residence at the Folger Institute for 2017–2018.

(Mowat Mellon Research Fellow) James Bromley, Associate Professor of English, Miami University

Style, Subjectivity, and Male Sexuality in Early Modern English Drama

(Mowat Mellon Research Fellow) Urvashi Chakravarty, Assistant Professor of English, George Mason University

Fictions of Consent: Slavery, Servitude, and Free Service in Early Modern England

(Mowat Mellon Research Fellow) Surekha Davies, Assistant Professor of History, Western Connecticut State University

Collecting Technology in the Age of Empire: Inventing Europe

(NEH Fellow) Nicholas Popper, Gale and Steven Kohlhagen Term Distinguished Associate Professor of History, The College of William and Mary

The Specter of the Archive: Paper and Political Practice in Early Modern Britain

(NEH Fellow) Nigel Smith, William and Annie S. Paton Foundation Professor of Ancient and Modern Literature, Princeton University

Polyglot Poetics: Transnational Early Modern Literature

(Mellon Fellow) Julianne Werlin, Assistant Professor of English Literature, Duke University

The Bureaucratic Foundations of Renaissance Literature

(O.B. Hardison, Jr. Fellow) Jessica Wolfe, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Absolute Poet: The Life of George Chapman