Folger Institute 2020-2021 short-term fellows

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Folger Institute Short-term Fellows for 2021-2022. See previous Folger Institute short-term fellows for a multi-year list of previous fellows.

Patricia Akhimie, Associate Professor of English, Rutgers University-Newark Illustrating Othello

Eleanor Barnett, Independent Researcher The Reformation of Food: Eating in the English and Italian Reformations‚ c. 1560 - c. 1640

Alexander Bevilacqua, Assistant Professor of History, Williams College Race and Royalty: Blackness at Central European Courts

Hilary Bogert-Winkler, Director of Pastoral Studies‚ Montreal Diocesan Theological College‚ McGill University Philip O'Sullivan Beare's Zoilomastix: A Critical English Translation and Digital Edition

Carla Cevasco, Assistant Professor of American Studies, Rutgers University New Brunswick Feeding Children in Early America

Lila Chambers, Ph.D. Candidate in History, New York University Liquid Capital: Alcohol and the Rise of Slavery in the British Atlantic‚ 1623-1736

Nathaniel Cutter, Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of Melbourne Moorish Habits and Civil Entertainments: Performance‚ Advertising‚ and Anglo-Maghrebi Diplomacy‚ 1681-1734

Daniel Davies, Ph.D. Candidate in English, University of Pennsylvania Beyond the Battlefield: Premodern Warfare and the Invention of Britain

Missy Dunaway, Independent Artist Birds of The Bard: Shakespeare's Avian References in 64 Paintings Artist-in-residence Fellow

Karin Ekholm, Tutor, St. John's College Meanings of Life in Early Modern Anatomies of Generation

Phillip Emanuel, Ph.D. Candidate in History, College of William & Mary "Great weights hang by small wires": Households‚ slavery‚ and knowledge performances in the making of the British Empire‚ 1650-1713

Jamie Gianoutsos, Associate Professor of History, Mount Saint Mary's University The "Propagation of Liberty": Marchamont Nedham and the Classical Republican Tradition

Crawford Gribben, Professor of early modern British history, Queen's University Belfast Lucy Hutchinson and John Owen: Literary relationships in the formation of nonconformity

Johanna Harris, Senior Lecturer in English, University of Exeter Select Meditations and The Ceremonial Law: Volume 3 of The Oxford Traherne for Oxford University Press

Benjamin Hilb, Assistant Professor of English, Francis Marion University Blackness and Nothingness in Romeo and Juliet

Grace Ioppolo, Professor of Shakespearean and Early Modern Drama, University of Reading Returning to work on Volume 4 of The Collected Works of Thomas Heywood

Mark Kaethler, Regular Instructor of English, Medicine Hat College Linking Munday: Contextualizing‚ Editing‚ and Digitizing Civic Identity

Mira Kafantaris, Senior Lecturer in English‚ Ohio State University Royal Marriage‚ Foreign Queens‚ and Constructions of Race in the Early Modern Period

Daniel Knapper, Associate Editor of Comparative Drama, Western Michigan University The Tongue of Angels: Pauline Style and Renaissance Literary Culture

Elizabeth Kolkovich, Associate Professor of English, The Ohio State University Women's Patronage as Playmaking

Micha Lazarus, Frances A. Yates Long-term Fellow, The Warburg Institute Roger Ascham: Mind of a Renaissance Humanist

Amy Lidster, Postdoctoral Research Associate, King's College London Wartime Shakespeare: Performing Narratives of Conflict

Georgina Lucas, Independent Researcher Massacres in Early Modern Drama

Laurie Maguire, Professor of English Language and Literature, Magdalen College, University of Oxford Judith Shakespeare: Her Story Artist-in-residence Fellow

Nedda Mehdizadeh, Continuing Lecturer in Writing Programs, University of California‚ Los Angeles Translating Persia in Early Modern English Writing

Kate Mulry, Assistant Professor of History, California State University‚ Bakersfield "it nourisheth the Child in the Womb": Chocolate‚ Reproduction‚ and Colonization in Seventeenth-Century Jamaica

Dexnell Peters, Bennett Boskey Fellow in Atlantic History, Exeter College‚ University of Oxford Trinidad and Demerara: The Southern Caribbean in the Revolutionary Era

Peter Radford, Independent Researcher Hunting for Images of Early Modern Women Athletes

Jaya Remond, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Bibliotheca Hertziana Designing Nature: Plants‚ Pictures‚ and Artistic Expertise c. 1550-1700

Yann Ryan, Research Fellow, Queen Mary University of London “Contagion catching by Letters”: Information and Disinformation During the Seventeenth Century Pandemic

Ray Schrire, Polonsky Academy Fellow, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute Documenting Early-Modern Popular Mathematical Culture

Desi Shelton, Founder and Artistic Director, Camden Rep Shakes for Small Fries Artist-in-residence Fellow

Judith Spicksley, Lecturer, University of Hull Servility and slavery in historical perspective: new ways of seeing

John Stone, Serra Hunter Fellow, Universitat de Barcelona Mapping English-language Shakespeare in Print in Spain before 1810

Dyani Taff, Assistant Professor of English, Colby College Gendered Seascapes and Monarchy in Early Modern English Culture

Hillary Taylor, Lecturer in Early Modern British Social and Economic History, University of Cambridge Work‚ Violence‚ and Social Relations in England‚ c. 1500-1775

Martine van Ittersum, Senior Lecturer in History, University of Dundee The Making and Unmaking of a Founding Father of International Law: Recovering and Editing Hugo Grotius’ Working Papers‚ 1868-2001

Jennie Youssef, Ph.D. Candidate in Theatre and Performance, The Graduate Center‚ City University of New York Much Depends on Dinner: Transculturation in Early Modern Foodways‚ Performance‚ and Dramatic Representations (1492-1660)