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Walpole Library Fellowships for 2020–21

Posted in fellowships by Editor on April 4, 2020

The Lewis Walpole Library is delighted to announce the recipients of Visiting Fellowships and Travel Grants for 2020–21:

Fellowships

Hillary Burlock (Queen Mary University of London), Politics and Pirouettes: The Intersection of Politics and Social Dance in Late Georgian Britain, George B. Cooper Fellowship

Katherine Charles (Washington College), Inside Stories: Interpolated Tales and the Eighteenth-Century Novel

Mita Choudhury (Purdue University Northwest) Mapping Cosmopolitanism and the Global Space at Home

Daniel Froid (Purdue University), Enlightenment Devilry: Forbidden Epistemologies and the Devil in Eighteenth-Century British Literature 

Monica Hahn (Community College of Philadelphia), Harlequins of Empire: Staging Native Identity in British Imperial Art, ca. 1776, Joseph Peter Spang Fellowship

Sarah Hancock (Carnegie Mellon University), The ‘Peculiar Science’ of Flowers in the British Landscape Garden

Yuko Ito (Gakushuin University), Writing Richard III: Drama, History, and Translation in the Long Eighteenth Century

Emrys Jones (Kings College London), The Levee: A Cultural History

Ziona Kocher (The University of Tennessee, Knoxville), Cross-Dressing on the Eighteenth-Century Stage

Thomas Leonard-Roy (Harvard University), Horace Walpole and the Pleasures of Hatred, ASECS/LWL Fellowship

John Munns (University of Cambridge), Life and Work of Thomas Kerrich

Giorgina Paiella (University of California, Santa Barbara), The Early Modern Android Automaton: Affect, Assembly, and Modern-Day Resonances

Robert Phiddian (Flinders University), Graphic Humor, from Hogarth to Gillray, Charles J. Cole Fellowship

Matthew Potter (Northumbria University), The Afterlife of Georgian Political Cartoons

Edwin Rose (University of Cambridge), Classifying and Publishing Nature in Late Eighteenth-Century Britain

Tess Somervell (University of Leeds), Georgic Climates: Writing the Weather in Eighteenth-Century Poetry

Alexis Wolf (University of Leeds), Material Perspectives of Revolution in the Manuscripts of Mary and Agnes Berry, Roger W. Eddy Fellowship

Travel Grants

 Tymon Adamczewski (Kazimierz Wielki University), The (im)Materiality of Extra-Illustration: Multimodality, Iteration, and the Eighteenth-Century Book

Carmen Casaliggi (Cardiff Metropolitan University), Rethinking Transnational  Networks in Paris: Madame du Deffand, Adam Smith, and the Condorcet Circle

Daniel Cook (University of Dundee), Gulliver’s Afterlives

Laura Engel (Duquesne University), The Art of the Actress

Kaitlin Pontzer (Cornell University), The Authority of Feeling: Jacobite Sentiment and Affective Allegiance in Britain after 1688

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