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2020–2021
Evelyn Green Davis Fellow
American University
Anthropology
A Language of Liberation: Prisons, Letter Writing, and the (Un)Making of Carceral Subjects
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2020–2021
Radcliffe-Film Study Center Fellow/David and Roberta Logie Fellow
Tulsa Artist Fellowship
Visual Arts
SLICK: Experimental Film Project Investigating Residual Traces of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
Photo courtesy of Karine ChemlaPhoto courtesy of Karine Chemla
2020–2021
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France)
History
Scientific Cultures: An Approach from the Perspective of the Mathematics of China
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2020–2021
Radcliffe Institute Fellow
Northwestern University
Literature
Latinx Modernism and the Spirit of Latinoamericanismo
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2020–2021
Susan S. and Kenneth L. Wallach Professor
Harvard University
Political Science
Entry and Exit: How Membership in International Organizations Transforms International Cooperation
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2020–2021
Radcliffe Alumnae Professor
Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Computer Science
Pseudo-Randomness and the Crystal Ball: A Complexity-Theoretic Investigation of Individual Risks and Probabilities
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2020–2021
ACLS Frederick Burkhardt Fellow
Texas A&M University
Literature
“Imperfectly Known”: Nicholas Said and the Routes of African American Narrative
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2020–2021
Lisa Goldberg Fellow
San Francisco State University
Poetry
AHOTB
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2020–2021
Suzanne Young Murray Assistant Professor
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Education
The American School in Red, White, and Black
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2020–2021
Walter Jackson Bate Fellow
Stellenbosch University (South Africa)
Multidisciplinary
Aesthetics of Memory, Narratives of Repair
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2020–2021
Joy Foundation Fellow
University of Houston
History
The Popularization of Doubt: Scientific Literacy and Alternative Forms of Knowledge in the Soviet Union after World War II
Photo courtesy of Christopher HarrisPhoto courtesy of Christopher Harris
2020–2021
Radcliffe-Film Study Center Fellow/David and Roberta Logie Fellow
University of Iowa
Film and Video
Speaking in Tongues
Photo courtesy of Leslie M. HarrisPhoto courtesy of Leslie M. Harris
2020–2021
Beatrice Shepherd Blane Fellow
Northwestern University
History
Leaving New Orleans: A Personal Urban History
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2020–2021
Elizabeth S. and Richard M. Cashin Fellow
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Public Health
Guns and Public Health
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2020–2021
University of Washington Tacoma
Multidisciplinary
They Never Can Jail Us All: Repression, Resistance, and the Freedom Struggle, a Memoir and History
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2020–2021
Catherine A. and Mary C. Gellert Fellow
Harvard University
Political Science
The Data Revolution and the Transformation of Social Protection
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2020–2021
Frances B. Cashin Fellow
Boston University
African American Studies
Bones of Inequity: A Narrative History of Racist Policies in America
Photo courtesy of Shawon KinewPhoto courtesy of Shawon Kinew
2020–2021
Shutzer Assistant Professor
Harvard University
Art History
Baroque Softness: Melchiorre Cafà and the Sculpture of Mysticism
Photo courtesy of Kiese LaymonPhoto courtesy of Kiese Laymon
2020–2021
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Fellow
University of Mississippi
Fiction
And So On: An Academic Horror
Photo courtesy of Will MackinPhoto courtesy of Will Mackin
2020–2021
Perrin Moorhead Grayson and Bruns Grayson Fellow
Independent Writer
Fiction
Animals
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2020–2021
William Bentinck-Smith Fellow
The Ohio State University
Physics and Astronomy/Astrophysics
Unraveling the Mystery of Cosmic Acceleration
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2020–2021
Rita E. Hauser Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
History
Bones and Lives: Making and Unmaking Truth after Dictatorship
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2020–2021
Mildred Londa Weisman Fellow
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Motherboards
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2020–2021
United Nations
Practitioner
Architects of Peace: Redefining the Role of Women in Today’s Growing Security Agenda
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2020–2021
Hrdy Fellow
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Biology and Medical Sciences
When Will Complex Systems Thrive, Survive, or Collapse?
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2020–2021
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
University of Lisbon (Portugal)
Computer Science
Prosociality in Hybrid Societies of Humans, Agents, and Robots
Photo by Wendy VissasrPhoto by Wendy Vissasr
2020–2021
Frieda L. Miller Fellow
Independent Writer
Nonfiction
California: The Great Experiment
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2020–2021
Edward, Frances, and Shirley B. Daniels Fellow
Louisiana State University
Earth and Planetary Sciences
Human-Induced Earthquakes: Identifying the Risk in Louisiana
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2020–2021
Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Fellow
Harvard University
Literature
James Baldwin: The Making of an American Icon
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2020–2021
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Providence College
Political Science
Brine to Batteries: The Extractive Frontiers of the Global Energy Transition
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2020–2021
Joy Foundation Fellow
Barnard College
Economics
The Geography of Lethal Force
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2020–2021
Radcliffe-Stellenbosch Fellow
Stellenbosch University (South Africa)
Economics
A Transdisciplinary Analysis of the Role of Social Identity on Performance under Social Stratification and Stigmatization
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2020–2021
Robert G. James Scholar Fellow
Georgetown University
Multidisciplinary
Engineering the Post-Crisis Era in Latin America and Africa
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2020–2021
Maury Green Fellow
Harvard Law School
Multidisciplinary
Halal Animals: Food, Faith, and the Future of Planetary Health
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2020–2021
Mary I. Bunting Institute Fellow
The Center for Cartoon Studies
Nonfiction
This Is What Health Care Looks Like, An Applied Cartooning Project
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2020–2021
Boston Conservatory at Berklee
Music
Shrill
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2020–2021
Lillian Gollay Knafel Fellow
University of California, Irvine
Nonfiction
The Sisyphus Project
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2020–2021
Hilles Bush Fellow
Théâtre du Rêve Expérimental (China)
Playwriting or Screenwriting
Made in China 2.0: A Lecture Performance Text about Censorship
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2020–2021
Sally Starling Seaver Professor
Harvard University
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Cluster Algebras, Tropical Geometry, and Physics
Photo courtesy of Phillip B. WilliamsPhoto courtesy of Phillip B. Williams
2020–2021
Helen Putnam Fellow
Bennington College
Poetry
MUTINY: poems

Graduate Student Fellows

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2020–2021
Edna Newman Shapiro, Class of 1936, and Robert Newman Shapiro, Class of 1972, Graduate Student Fellow
African American Studies
Ethiopian Revolution on Campus
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2020–2021
Radcliffe Institute Graduate Student Fellow
History
The Politics of Afro-Asianism, 1959–1972: Race, Culture, and Contest
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2020–2021
Arleen Carlson and Edna Nelson Graduate Fellow
Political Science
When Is Hindsight 20/20? The Politics of Acknowledging and Responding to Policy Failure
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