Archives, Short-Term Research Fellows
2012-2013 Short-Term Research Fellowship Recipients Announced
The New York Public Library is pleased to announce the awarding of Short-Term Fellowships to support the following scholars from outside New York who will research the Library's archival and special collections between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013.
- David Brenner, University of Houston
"The Film Schindler's List vis-a-vis the Earliest Significant Collection of Holocaust Survivor Testimonies"
- Gary Guadagnolo, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Creating a Tatar Capital: National, Cultural, and Linguistic Space in Kazan, 1920-1940"
- Gary Dyer, Cleveland State University
"Lord Byron on Trial."
- Hassan Melehy, Univerisity of North Carolina Chapel Hill
"Jack Kerouac, Quebec in New England, and the Poetics of Exile"
- Adam Roberts, independent scholar
"Keeping Score: A Handbook of Musical Insights for Musical Theatre Artists"
- Chris Goertzen, University of Southern Mississippi
"George P. Knauff's 'Virginia Reels' and the History of American Fiddle Repertoires and Styles"
- Joshua Britton, Lehigh University
"Building Brooklyn: Elites, Space and City-Building in the Nineteenth Century"
- Andrew Falk, Christopher Newport University
"Shadow Diplomats: Constructing a Humanitarian Network during the Refugee Crisis of the 1930s and 1940s"
- Holger Hoock, University of Pittsburg,
"Scars of Independence: Practices and Representations of Violence in the American Revolutionary War"
- Jessica Linker, University of Connecticut
"'It is my wish to behold Ladies among my hearers': Early American Women and Scientific Practice, 1720-1860"
- William Slauter, University of Paris 8
"Who Owns the News? Journalism and Intellectual Property in Historical Perspective"
- Susan Harlan, Wake Forest University
"Objects of War: Militarism, Memory, and the Making of the Early Modern English Subject"
- Monica Huerta, University of California Berkeley
"The Evidence of Things Unseen: Law, Photography, and Subjectivity in Nineteenth Century America"
- Tanya Camela Logan, University of Michigan
"Sartorial Second Skins: Black Men, Masculinity, and Agency in Dress"
- Nicholas Mitchell, University of California Berkeley
"Disciplinary Matters: Black Studies, Women's Studies and the Neoliberal University"
- William Piper, College of William and Mary
"Pictures at Work: African American Studio Photographers and the Business of Everyday Life, 1900-1968"
- Erin Zavitz, University of Florida
"Revolutionary Memories: Commemorating and Celebrating the Haitian Revolution, 1804-2004"