Research Fellowships

The Research Fellowships bring together faculty and advanced graduate students (writing dissertations) in order to enable scholarly exchanges that cross departmental and disciplinary boundaries. Fellows participate in a research colloquium, chaired by the Center's Director that meets regularly throughout the academic year; each meeting focuses on the project of one of the fellows.

2017-2018 Faculty Fellows


 Thumbnail photo of Juan Chattah, Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow 2017-2018

Juan Chattah (Musicology)

Film Music: From Cognition to Interpretation


Tracy Devine-Guzman, Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow 2017-2018

Tracy Devine-Guzman (MLL)

Transcontinental Indigeneities: Americas and the Global South


Simon Evnine - photo for BookTalk at Books & Books

Simon Evnine (Philosophy)

A Certain Gesture: Evnine’s Batman Memes and their Parerga!


Catherine Judd thumbnail photo - Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow 2017-2018

Catherine Judd (English)

Irish Poverty and the Irish Famine: Literary Representations of the 'Irish Question' and the Great Hunger 1825-1890


Brenna Munro (thumbnail) Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow 2017-2018

Brenna Munro (English)

Writing Sexuality in Transnational Times: The Queer Nigerian Present


Dominique Reill, Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow 2017-2018

Dominique Reill (History)

Rebel City: Fiume's Challenge to Wilson's Europe


Lindsay Thomas photo for 2017-18 faculty fellow & Digital Humanities IRG co-conveners

Lindsay Thomas (English)

Training for Catastrophe: Fiction, Preparedness, and the Management of the Future


2017-2018 Dissertation Fellows


Sarah Cash, Center for the Humanities Dissertation Fellow 2017-2018

Sarah Cash (English - Fall)

Inharmonic Resonsance: The Temporality of Music in Literature of the Long Nineteenth Century


Hadassah St. Hubert (thumbnail photo), Center for the Humanities Dissertation Fellow 2017-2018

Hadassah St. Hubert (History - Fall)

Visions of a Modern Nation: Haiti at the World's Fairs


Stephanie Skenyon, Center for the Humanities Dissertation Fellow 2017-2018

Stephanie Skenyon (History - Spring) 

Local Boundaries, Cloistered Communities, and Inner Selves: Monastic Identities in Twelfth-Century England