Fellows

Carolyn Abbate
2006–2007
Radcliffe Alumnae Professor
Harvard University
Musicology
Overlooking the Ephemeral
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2013–2014
Independent Writer (Iran)
Fiction
A New Novel
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2013–2014
Grass Fellow
Harvard University
Biology
Evolution of the Animal Face: From Principles to Mechanisms
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2013–2014
David and Roberta Logie Fellow
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Painting as Site of Resistance
2000–2001
Murray Research Center
University of Southern California
Sociology
The Binuclear Family: A Longitudinal Investigation of Divorce and Remarriage
2010–2011
Susan S. and Kenneth L. Wallach Professor at the Radcliffe Institute
Harvard University
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Biomimetics and Quantitative Biology: Conceptual Interpretation and Mathematical Modeling of the Adaptive Design Strategies in Biological Materials, Structures, and Mechanisms
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2009–2010
Susan S. and Kenneth L. Wallach Professor at Radcliffe
Harvard University
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Connecting Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Architecture Through Biomimetics
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2019–2020
Frieda L. Miller Fellow
Cornell University
Architecture
Right to Heal: Architecture in Post-Conflict and Post-Disaster Societies
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2014–2015
Robert G. James Scholar at Risk Fellow
Independent Scholar
Political Science
End of Diversity: Nationhood and Religious and Sectarian Exclusion in the Arab World
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2009–2010
William Bentinck-Smith Fellow
Jamia Millia Islamia (India)
History
Travel, Migration, and the Wahabi Diaspora: The Turn toward Arabic Learning and Culture in Nineteenth-century South Asia
Richard D. Alba
2003–2004
State University of New York at Albany
Sociology
Second Generations in Comparative Perspective
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2009–2010
Benjamin White Whitney Scholar and Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow
Independent Artist (Israel)
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
A Cinematic Occupation
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2013–2014
Frieda L. Miller Fellow
Princeton University
Architecture
Designs of Destruction: Architectural Preservation in the Age of Total War
Catherine Allgor
2002–2003
University of California, Riverside
American Studies
The Last of the Founders: Dolley Madison and the Creation of the American Nation
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2009–2010
Grass Fellow
Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel)
Biology
Design Principles of Biological Circuits
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2006–2007
Lillian Gollay Knafel Fellow
University of California, Los Angeles
Engineering Sciences
Speech Perception in Noise: Models and Applications
Bridie Andrews
2001–2002
Harvard University
History of Science, Technology, or Medicine
A New History of Acupuncture
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2019–2020
University of California, San Diego
Music
In Her Words
2010–2011
William Bentinck-Smith Fellow
Southern Methodist University
Cultural Studies
Affirmative Acts: The Ethics of Self-Fashioning in Contemporary African American Women's Autobiography
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2006–2007
Mildred Londa Weisman Fellow
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
A Tale of Nobel Dreams
Sarah Babb
2001–2002
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Sociology
Social Learning and Neoliberal Reforms: Opening the Black Box
Amy Bach
2003–2004
Independent Journalist and Lawyer
Nonfiction
Court Reporter: Stories from America's Failing Justice System
Ina Baghdiantz-McCabe
2001–2002
Tufts University
History
Orientalism under the Sun King: Eurasian Trade and the Transformation of French Society and Culture (1650–1789)
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2019–2020
Edward, Frances, and Shirley B. Daniels Fellow
Nature (United Kingdom)
Physics and Astronomy/Astrophysics
A Cultural History of the Cosmos
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2006–2007
University of Pennsylvania
Law
The Possibility of and Foundations of Legitimate Law
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2004–2005
Carol K. Pforzheimer Professor at the Radcliffe Institute
Harvard University
Psychology
The Legal Design of Equality Based on the Science of Ordinary Prejudice
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2014–2015
Elizabeth S. and Richard M. Cashin Fellow
Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel)
Biology
Programmable DNA Compartments as Artificial Cells on a Chip
Omer Bartov
2002–2003
Brown University
European History
The Microhistory of Genocide: 200 Years of Interethnic Relations and the Origins of the Holocaust in Buczacz, Ukraine
Mary Catherine Bateson
2000–2001
Center for Educational Programs
George Mason University
Anthropology
Lifelong Learning and the Changing Shapes of Lives
Nancy Bauer
2002–2003
Tufts University
Philosophy
How to Do Things with Pornography
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2009–2010
Suzanne Young Murray Fellow
Boston University
Art History
Afro-Islamic Art and Performance in Morocco: The Trans-Saharan History of the Gnawa
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2005–2006
Texas A&M University
Physics
Flux Backgrounds in String Theory and the Standard Model of Elementary Particles
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2005–2006
Edward, Frances, and Shirley B. Daniels Fellow
Texas A&M University
Physics
Flux Vacua of M-theory, Cosmology, and the Standard Model of Elementary Particles
Deborah Belle
2000–2001
Radcliffe Public Policy Center
Boston University
Psychology
Experiencing and Thinking about Economic Inequalities
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Independent Scholar
Art History
The Luxury Arts of the Renaissance
Eli Ben-Sasson
2003–2004
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Computer Science
Randomness and Computation
Katherine M. Benson
2002–2003
Emory University
Physics
Cosmology of Extradimensional Defect Universes
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2019–2020
Mildred Londa Weisman Fellow
Harvard University, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Physics and Astronomy/Astrophysics
All That Glitters Is Gold: Gravitational Waves, Light, and the Origin of the Heavy Elements
Bettina G. Bergo
2001–2002
Loyola College in Maryland
Philosophy
The Passion of "Anxiety": Disorder or Sign?
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2013–2014
Harvard University
Philosophy
The Rejection of Epistemic Consequentialism
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2019–2020
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Computer Science
Targeting the Internet of Things Ecosystem for Social Good
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2010–2011
Tufts University
Music Performance
Dead or Alive: Resurrecting Forgotten Treasures from the Harvard Music Libraries and Performing Them
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2004–2005
Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser Fund Fellow
Harvard University
Literature
Cultural Citizenship
Christiane Biermann
2001–2002
University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
Biology
The Genomic Context of Gamete Recognition Genes in Sea Urchins
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2014–2015
University of Victoria (Canada)
Music
Completion of the Composition Cycle "Mishpatim (Laws)"
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2013–2014
Louisiana State University
Biology
Fungi in Our Environment: Revision of the Alexopoulos Introductory Mycology Textbook
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2014–2015
Walter Jackson Bate Fellow
Harvard University
History
Hidden Hands: Amanuenses and Authorship in Early Modern Europe
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2019–2020
Maury Green Fellow
University of Zurich (Switzerland), Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History (Germany), Yale University
Multidisciplinary
A Large-Scale Study of Body Partonomy Diversity
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2005–2006
Evelyn Green Davis Fellow
Harvard University
Art History
Antiquities at Ife: Violence, Disease, Power, and Art in Ancient Africa
Debra Blumenthal
2003–2004
Sargent-Faull Fellow
University of Kansas
History
Enemies and Familiars: Muslims, Eastern, and Black African Slaves in Late Medieval Valencia
Susanna Blumenthal
2003–2004
University of Michigan Law School
Legal History
Law and the Modern Mind: The Problem of Consciousness in American Legal Culture, 1800–1930
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2014–2015
Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Contemporary Archaeology
Raphael Bousso
2002–2003
University of California, Berkeley
Physics
String Theory, Cosmology, and the Holographic Principle
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2014–2015
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Fellow
Harvard University
Philosophy
The Significance of Self-Consciousness
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2006–2007
Edward, Frances, and Shirley B. Daniels Fellow
University of Colorado
Computer Science
Computers, Chaos, and Choreography
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2005–2006
Hrdy Fellow
Williams College
History
Red Mother, Red Worker: The Changing Lives of Russian Women over the Twentieth Century
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2019–2020
Rita E. Hauser Fellow
Harvard University
History
Enduring Stigma: Historical Perspectives on Disease Meanings and Their Impact
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2005–2006
Mabou Mines Theatre Company
Playwriting or Screenwriting
La Divina Caricatura
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2013–2014
Hrdy Fellow
Harvard University
Sociology
Gender Equity and Low Fertility in Postindustrial Societies
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2010–2011
Princeton University
American Studies
Subterranean Blues: Black Women and Sound Subcultures—from Minstrelsy through the New Millennium
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2005–2006
Vera M. Schuyler Fellow
Independent Writer
Fiction
People of the Book
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2009–2010
American Fellow
University of San Diego
Poetry
The New Testament: Poems
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2005–2006
Lillian Gollay Knafel Fellow
Harvard University
History
Specter in the Canes: Death and Power in the World of Atlantic Slavery
Anne Brunet
2003–2004
Harvard Medical School
Biology
Molecular Mechanisms of Organismal Longevity
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2010–2011
Duke University
Architecture
The Dead Come to Town: Preaching, Burying, and Building in the Medieval City
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2006–2007
Evelyn Green Davis Fellow
Harvard University
Cultural Studies
Russian Imperial Masterworks and Their Post-Histories
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Williams College
Religion
"Why This New Race?" Ethnic Reasoning in Early Christianity
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Montserrat College of Art
Art History
The Object at the End of the Century
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Wake Forest University
Multidisciplinary
Romanticism and the Clinic: Early Nineteenth-Century Literature and Medical Ethics
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2009–2010
Burkhardt Fellow
Vanderbilt University
Musicology
Musical Remigration: Schoenberg's "A Survivor from Warsaw" in Postwar Europe
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2019–2020
Beatrice Shepherd Blane Fellow
Boston College
Musicology
Conducting Oneself: Choreographing Bodies and Identities on and off the Podium
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2010–2011
Mary I. Bunting Institute Fellow
Princeton University
History
Perverse Ambitions, Deviant Careers: A Queer History of the American Workplace, 1900–2000
Liz Canner
2002–2003
Astrea Media
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
The Other Side
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2006–2007
Rita E. Hauser Fellow
University of Oxford (United Kingdom)
Political Science
Militant Democrats: Political Repression in Western Europe
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2005–2006
Independent Artist
Dance
CAke
Marilyn Carr
2000–2001
Radcliffe Public Policy Center
United Nations
Economics
Value Chain Approach to Improving Women's Livelihoods
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2006–2007
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Northwestern University
Sociology
Credit and Credibility: The Evolution of Economic Trust
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2019–2020
Frances B. Cashin Fellow
Independent Artist
Performing Arts
Diary of a Tap Dancer
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2006–2007
2005–2006
Institut de Mathematiques de Bordeaux (France)
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Newton Trees and Algebraic Curves
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2006–2007
2005–2006
Institut de Mathematiques de Bordeaux (France)
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Newton Trees and Algebraic Curves
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2009–2010
Joy Foundation Fellow
Harvard University
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
Sweetgrass
Kathryn Chan
2002–2003
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Transient States
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2019–2020
Joy Foundation Fellow
Harvard University
Sociology
Reinventing Family: The Rise of Nonnormative Households in South Korea
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2010–2011
Bunting Fellow
Brandeis University
Music Composition
Composition of a Chamber Opera and Other Chamber Works
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Independent Writer
Fiction
Project Untitled
Sandra Chapman
2003–2004
University of Warwick (UK)
Physics
Complexity in Solar System Physics and Beyond
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2019–2020
Saint Louis University
Sociology
The Influence of Social Problems on Health Care and Legal Fields: Examining the Opioid Epidemic’s Impact on Professional Work
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2005–2006
David and Roberta Logie Fellow
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
The Suburban Trilogy: Part 3 "Surf + Turf"
Marilyn Chin
2003–2004
San Diego State University
Poetry
Love Sanctuary
Nancy J. Chodorow
2001–2002
University of California, Berkeley
Sociology
Paradoxes in Psychoanalytic Practice
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2005–2006
Brown University
Cultural Studies
Sentimental Fabulations: Magical/Critical Thinking, Contemporary Chinese Films
Wendy Hui Kyong Chun
2002–2003
Brown University
Cultural Studies
Sexuality in the Age of Fiber Optics
Mary C. Churchill
2001–2002
University of Colorado at Boulder
Women's and Gender Studies
Tradition in the Making: The Contradictory Implications of Indigenous Tradition for Native American and Native Canadian Women
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2004–2005
Grass Fellow
University of Geneva (Switzerland)
Biology
Molecular Mechanisms of Tight Junction Function
Sally Clarke
2001–2002
University of Texas at Austin
History
Consumer Negotiations
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2013–2014
The Ohio State University
Law
Markets, Supermarkets, and the Law and Politics of Food in India
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2005–2006
American Fellow
Syracuse University
History
Smuggling and Empire: The United States, 1870–1917
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2001–2002
Harvard University
History
A Consumers' Republic: The Politics of Mass Consumption in Postwar America
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2014–2015
The Ohio State University
Poetry
New Poems
Jennifer Cole
2003–2004
The University of Chicago
Anthropology
Sex, Money, and God: Youth, Families, and the Intimate Politics of Globalization
Kathleen Coll
2000–2001
Radcliffe Public Policy Center
Stanford University
Work, Welfare, and Immigration Reform: Migrant Latinas in Boston
Jean Comaroff
2003–2004
The University of Chicago
Anthropology
Criminal Obsessions: Crime, Cultural Justice, and the Problem of Order in South Africa
John L. Comaroff
2003–2004
The University of Chicago
Anthropology
Criminal Obsessions: Crime, Cultural Justice, and the Problem of Order in South Africa
2002–2003
The University of Chicago
Anthropology
Policing the Postcolony: Crime, Cultural Justice, and the Problem of Order in South Africa
2002–2003
The University of Chicago
Anthropology
Policing the Postcolony: Crime, Cultural Justice, and the Problem of Order in South Africa
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2010–2011
The Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Fellow
Wellesley College
Biology
Color: Neural Mechanisms and Art Practice
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2004–2005
State University of New York at Buffalo
Cultural Studies
Kiarostami's Reserve: Shame, Cinema, and the Social Bond
Wanda M. Corn
2003–2004
Stanford University
Art History
Gertrude Stein and the Making of the Modern
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2004–2005
Jeanne Rosselet Fellow
Western Carolina University
Biology
The Other Insect Societies: Reconsidering the Insect Sociality Paradigm
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Alfred University
Visual Arts
Beyond No
Nancy Crowe
2003–2004
2002–2003
Frieda L. Miller Fellow (2003-2004)
Dartmouth College
Political Science
Diversification of the Federal Courts: The Effects of Sex and Race on Judicial Behavior
Nancy Crowe
2003–2004
2002–2003
Frieda L. Miller Fellow (2003-2004)
Dartmouth College
Political Science
Diversification of the Federal Courts: The Effects of Sex and Race on Judicial Behavior
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2019–2020
Rieman and Baketel Fellow for Music
Harvard University
Music
Fast Darkness
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2004–2005
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Harvard University
Sociology
Creating Ethnicity: Multiracialism as Marketing Tool and Target
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2013–2014
Joy Foundation Fellow
Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski (Bulgaria)
History
Gendering Nation States: South Eastern Europe, 19th–20th Centuries
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2006–2007
Harvard School of Public Health
Medical Sciences
Milk, Dairy Intake, and Risk of Endometrial Cancer: A Twenty-Two-Year Follow-Up
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2010–2011
David and Roberta Logie Fellow
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Boardroom: The Company of Objects
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2004–2005
Utrecht University (The Netherlands)
Women's and Gender Studies
Transnational Knowledges, Transnational Politics: Making Our Bodies, Ourselves
2000–2001
Berkshire Summer Fellow, Bunting Program
Utrecht University (The Netherlands)
Women's and Gender Studies
Three Decades of Our Bodies, Ourselves: Feminist Body Politics in (Trans)Cultural Perspective
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2009–2010
The New School
Nonfiction
Do You Know Who I Am? Stories of Wealth and Poverty from the New India
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2005–2006
Emeline Bigelow Conland Fellow
University of California, Irvine
Computer Science
Strategies for High Performance, Graph-Based Reasoning
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2004–2005
Evelyn Green Davis Fellow
University of Kent (UK)
Law
Religious Absolutism and Secular Normativity
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2006–2007
Yale University
History
The Heathen School: A Story of Hope and Betrayal in the Age of the Early Republic
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2010–2011
Rieman and Baketel Fellow for Music
FESNOJIV (El Sistema) (Venezuela)
Music Composition
A Coffee Opera
Monique Deveaux
2001–2002
Williams College
Political Science
Traditional Cultures and Liberal Constitutions
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2014–2015
The Studio Museum in Harlem
Visual Arts
New Monuments to Forget the Future
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2013–2014
National Optical Astronomy Observatory
Astronomy
Filaments, Flows, and the Formation of Very Massive Galaxies
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2019–2020
William Bentinck-Smith Fellow
Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)
Engineering Sciences
Toward Speech Recognition of the Italian Language Based on Detection of Landmarks and Other Acoustic Cues to Features
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2006–2007
Harvard University
Sociology
At the Crossroads of Success and Struggle
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2003–2004
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Fiction
The Guilty Country
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2019–2020
Radcliffe-Film Study Center Fellow
Process Reversal
Film and Video
The Systems of Touching
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2014–2015
Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow/David and Roberta Logie Fellow
Independent Filmmaker (France)
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
Fire, Next Time
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2006–2007
Harvard University
Sociology
Equal Opportunity in Practice: What Works?
Lisa Dodson
2000–2001
Radcliffe Public Policy Center
Harvard University
Sociology
Seeking the Ground Truth in Low-Income America: Data That Come in Whispers. Interpretive Focus Groups: Analysis by the People Who Live the Lives Under Study.
Fiona Doetsch
2002–2003
Harvard University
Biology
Stem Cells and Their Niche in the Adult Mammalian Brain
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2006–2007
David and Roberta Logie Fellow
Princeton University
Art History
Homesickness for Things
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2009–2010
Radcliffe Institute Fellow
University of Pennsylvania
Musicology
The Orchestral Revolution: Haydn and the Technologies of Timbre, 1750–1810
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2005–2006
UCLA School of Law
Law
The Eighth Amendment, Judicial Deference, and Constitutional Interpretation
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2010–2011
Yale University
Computer Science
Sketch-Based Exploration of the Relationship Between Built Form and Landscape
2000–2001
Schlesinger Library
Tufts University
History
Enterprising Women: The Business Women of America, 1750–2000
Sonja Drobnic
2001–2002
University of Bremen (Germany)
Sociology
Ties Between Lives: Interrelated Life Courses and Individual Careers
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2013–2014
Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
Olympia (2012)
Mary Maples Dunn
2001–2002
2000–2001
History
Reading and Writing My Way Back into History
Mary Maples Dunn
2001–2002
2000–2001
History
Reading and Writing My Way Back into History
Susan Eckstein
2003–2004
Sargent-Faull Fellow
Boston University
Sociology
Ties That Bind and Transnational Transformations: Cuban Migration, Miami, and the Remaking of Cuba
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2014–2015
William Bentinck-Smith Fellow
Harvard University
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Shimura Curve Computations
Caroline Elkins
2003–2004
Bunting Fellow
Harvard University
History
The Pipeline: Britain's Gulag at the End of Empire in Kenya
2006–2007
Joy Foundation Fellow
Harvard University
History
Darwinian Conversions: Science and Religion in the Arab Eastern Mediterranean, 1850–1950
David Engerman
2003–2004
Brandeis University
History
Know Your Enemy: American Sovietology and the Making of the Cold War
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2010–2011
Frieda L. Miller Fellow
Center for Adolescent Health & the Law
Law
Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Adolescents: Health, Law, and Human Rights
2000–2001
Bunting Program/Schlesinger Library
Clark University
Political Science
"Climates" and "Cultures": What Feminists See When They Look at Women's Lives Inside the State
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2010–2011
Grass Fellow
Brandeis University
Chemistry
Cross-Diffusion and Pattern Formation in Chemical, Biological, Ecological, and Social Systems
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2006–2007
Northwestern University
Sociology
Commensurate Worlds: How We Do Things with Numbers
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2005–2006
The Joy Foundation Fellow
Harvard University
Political Science
Gendering the Varieties of Capitalism: Explaining Occupational Segregation by Gender in Advanced Capitalist Democracies
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2004–2005
Wellesley College
Political Science
Travel, Theory, and the Search for Knowledge: Western and Islamic Journeys to "The Other Shore"
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2006–2007
Independent Scholar
Art History
Weaving Christ's Body: Clothing, Femininity, and Sexuality in the Marian Imagery of Byzantium
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2019–2020
Joy Foundation Fellow
University of Texas at Austin
African American Studies
"Queen Mother" Audley Moore: Radical Black Internationalist
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2019–2020
University of Notre Dame
Multidisciplinary
Play and Counterplay: Dramatic Modes of Action in and alongside the Medieval Liturgy
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2014–2015
American University of Beirut (Lebanon)
Urban and Regional Planning
When the Plan Fails and Urban Regulations Are Bypassed: Narrating Beirut from Its Peripheries
Gina Ferrari
2001–2002
Murray Research Center
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Beyond Landscape: Chaos and Order
Ann Fessler
2003–2004
Rhode Island School of Design
Visual Arts
Everlasting
Lynn Festa
2002–2003
Harvard University
Literature
The Great World Without: The Sentimental Fictions of Empire in Eighteenth-Century England and France
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2009–2010
Edward, Frances, and Shirley B. Daniels Fellow
Yale University
Astronomy
Searching for Earths in the Alpha Centauri System
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2005–2006
Helen Putnam Fellow
Harvard Medical School
Medical Sciences
All in Your Head: Brain Mechanisms of Denial and Disease
Éanna E. Flanagan
2002–2003
Cornell University
Physics
The Gravitational Wave Signatures of Black Holes
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2009–2010
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Boston College
European History
Living and Dying in Early Medieval Britain
Jane Fountain
2000–2001
Radcliffe Public Policy Center
Harvard University
Multidisciplinary
Participation of Women in the Design and Implementation of Information Technologies
Luis Ricardo Fraga
2003–2004
Stanford University
Political Science
Gender and Ethnicity: The Political Incorporation of Latina and Latino State Legislators
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2013–2014
Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Fellow
University at Buffalo
Literature
Cultural Revolution in Ashkenaz: The Emergence of Early Yiddish Literature
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2004–2005
Emeline Bigelow Conland Fellow
Harvard University
Physics
Measuring This Particular Elegant Universe
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2013–2014
Mildred Londa Weisman Fellow
University of Minnesota
Literature
Rewriting the Human in 12th-Century France: Matter, Form, Time
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2006–2007
University of Virginia
Chemistry
Designing Matter
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2019–2020
University of Toronto (Canada)
Biology and Medical Sciences
Mutualism in the Microbiome Era
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2013–2014
Beatrice Shepherd Blane Fellow
New York University
Literature
Worlds Enough: Fictionality and Reference in the 19th-Century Novel
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Dartmouth College
Geography
Feeding on Fear: Food Scares and the Restructuring of International Fresh Food Commodity Chains
Jane Gaines
2003–2004
Sargent-Faull Fellow
Duke University
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
Women Film Pioneers: Their Fictions, Their Histories
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2009–2010
Walter Jackson Bate Fellow
Harvard University
History of Science, Technology, or Medicine
Building Crashing Thinking
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2014–2015
Bunting Fellow
Fiction
Hippocrates: A Novel
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2013–2014
Harvard University
Political Science
Policy and Patronage: The Distributive Politics of American Housing Policy
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2009–2010
Rieman and Baketel Fellow for Music
Independent Composer
Music Composition
"SU-O" for Voices and Orchestra
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2010–2011
Bowdoin College
Nationality, Religion, and Church-State Symphony: An Ethnographic Study of Secularisms in Southeastern Europe
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2019–2020
Mellon-Schlesinger Fellow
Wayne State University
History
The 19th Amendment and the Politics of Race, 1920–1970
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2014–2015
Perrin Moorhead Grayson and Bruns Grayson Fellow
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Earth and Planetary Sciences
Nacre as a Paleotemperature Proxy
2000–2001
Bunting Program
State University of New York at Buffalo
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
The Henrietta Lacks Film Project
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Harvard Medical School
Medical Sciences
Entry of Polyoma Virus into Host Cells
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2005–2006
Brown University
Classics/Ancient Languages
Plato's Missing Dialogue
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2000–2001
Schlesinger Library
Yale University
History
The Second Civil War: The South, The Nation, and the World, 1915-1955
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2014–2015
Brown University
Poetry
Prose Architectures
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2004–2005
Independent Writer
Fiction
A Piece of Cake
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2005–2006
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Harvard University
Economics
Transitions: Career and Family in the Life Cycles of College Men and Women
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2005–2006
Augustus Anson Whitney Fellow
University of Michigan
Materials Science
Directed Matrix Seeding of Semiconductor Nanostructure Arrays
Oded Goldreich
2003–2004
Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel)
Computer Science
Randomness and Computation
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2006–2007
Frieda L. Miller Fellowship
Independent Scholar
Fiction
Disenchantment of the World: A Novel
2000–2001
Radcliffe Public Policy Center
University of Southern Maine
Economics
Fast Lane Training in Internet-Mediated Business Services
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2006–2007
Independent Writer
Fiction
The Cookbook Collector: A Work in Progress
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2013–2014
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
New York University
History
Social Movements in the 20th-Century United States: Modeling Historical Analysis
Mary Gordon
2003–2004
Barnard College at Columbia University
Fiction
Transatlantic: A Collection of Novellas
Bonnie Gordon
2001–2002
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Musicology
Monteverdi's Unruly Women
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2015–2016
2013–2014
2012–2013
2011–2012
Carol K. Pforzheimer Professor at Radcliffe
Harvard University
History
"The Most Blessed of Patriarchs": Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination
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2013–2014
Perrin Moorhead and Bruns Grayson Fellow
The Hypocrites Theater Company
Playwriting or Screenwriting
All Our Tragic
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2009–2010
Augustus Anson Whitney Scholar
University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Discrete Rigidity Phenomena
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2009–2010
Suzanne Young Murray Fellow
Harvard University
Economics
Choice, Rationality, and Welfare Measurement
Monica H. Green
2001–2002
Arizona State University
History
The School of Salerno: Medicine and Culture in the Twelfth Century
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2004–2005
University of Washington
Psychology
The Legal Design of Equality Based on the Science of Ordinary Prejudice
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2010–2011
2009–2010
Harvard Stem Cell Institute Radcliffe Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Biology
New Approaches to Probing Autocrine Growth Factor Loops in Stem Cells
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2010–2011
2009–2010
Harvard Stem Cell Institute Radcliffe Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Biology
New Approaches to Probing Autocrine Growth Factor Loops in Stem Cells
Fiona Griffiths
2003–2004
Walter Jackson Bate Fellow
New York University
History
The Garden of Delights: Education, Spirituality, and Community in the Twelfth-Century Female Monastery
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2006–2007
Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser Fund Fellow
Independent Writer
Journalism
Many Mexicos, a Lot of Songs: How Culture Grows
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Children's Hospital Boston
Medical Sciences
Cloning of Mammalian Liver Iron Transporter, DMT2
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2014–2015
Australian National University (Australia)
History
History without Account: Impunity and Human Rights in Thailand since 1932
Jacquelyn Dowd Hall
2003–2004
Benjamin White Whitney Scholar
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
History
Writing a Way Home: Katharine DuPre Lumpkin, Grace Lumpkin, and the Dream of a New South
Barbara Hammer
2001–2002
Independent Filmmaker
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
Resisting Paradise
Paula T. Hammond
2003–2004
Benjamin White Whitney Scholar
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Chemistry
On Polymer Assembly at Surfaces and in Solution
Jennifer K. Harbury
2003–2004
Texas Rural Legal Aid
Legal History
The CIA and Torture: Case Studies, the Law, and Government Accountability
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2010–2011
Joy Foundation Fellow
Harvard University
Asian History
The Missionary's Curse and Other Tales: A Catholic Village in China, 1700–2000
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2005–2006
Walter Jackson Bate Fellow
Rice University
History
Christians and Jews at the Time of the First Crusade: Contours of Interactions
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2014–2015
Maury Green Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cultural Studies
Firing Line, PBS, and the Rise of the American Conservative Movement
Judith Herman
2001–2002
Harvard Medical School
Psychology
Truth and Reconciliation
2000–2001
Bunting Program
New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rutgers University
History
Embodied Memory: Medicine and the American Civil War
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2009–2010
Mildred Londa Weisman Fellow
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Still Life
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2019–2020
Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Fellow
Barnard College
Art History
Style Revolution
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2014–2015
Suzanne Young Murray Professor
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Psychology
Authentic Bridge Building: Families, Institutions, and the Breaking of Social Status Replication
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2010–2011
Suzanne Young Murray Professor at the Radcliffe Institute
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Psychology
Cultural Worldviews and Belief Systems: A Nuanced Understanding of Ethnic Heterogeneity in Family Dynamics and Children's Development
Darlene Clark Hine
2003–2004
Emeline Bigelow Conland Fellow
Michigan State University
History
The Black Professional Class: Origins of the Civil Rights Movement, 1890–1955
Jennifer L. Hochschild
2003–2004
Harvard University
Political Science
From Race to Color; From Racial to Multiracial
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2013–2014
Radcliffe Alumnae Fellow
Harvard University
Physics
Enabling Nanoscale Imaging of Complex Oxides through Novel Film Growth Techniques
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2009–2010
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Harvard University
Economics
Choice, Rationality, and Welfare Measurement
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2010–2011
Bunting Fellow
Independent Writer
Poetry
The Glass Age
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2010–2011
University of North Texas
Literature
Literature and the Question of Beauty
2000–2001
Schlesinger Library
Smith College
History
Sexual Representation and Censorship
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2005–2006
Independent Writer
Nonfiction
A Voyage Long and Strange: Rediscovering the New World from Viking Vinland to Pilgrim Plymouth
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2019–2020
Robert G. James Fellow
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (South Africa)
Fiction
Outcomes: Approaching the Psychology of Sexual Identity Politics in the Postcolonial Arena
Mala Htun
2002–2003
New School University
Political Science
Equal Representation in Latin America: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in Democratic Politics
Yue Hu
2001–2002
Wellesley College
Physics
The Critical Role of Flow-Modified Permittivity in Electrorheology
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2019–2020
Mary I. Bunting Institute Fellow
Konstfack (Sweden)
Visual Arts
Queer Death: A Theater of Unsolved Problems
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2005–2006
Mary I. Bunting Institute Fellow
Carnegie Mellon University
History
"The Marriage Covenant Is at the Foundation of All Our Rights": Slave and Free Black Marriages in the Nineteenth Century
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2013–2014
Evelyn Green Davis Fellow
Kenyon College
Nonfiction
A Primer for Forgetting
Wilt Idema
2001–2002
Harvard University
Asian Literature
Writing Women in Imperial China: Lives and Works
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2006–2007
University of Vermont
Poetry
Urban Renewal
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2004–2005
Mary I. Bunting Institute Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Visual Arts
Intimate Architecture
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2010–2011
Rita E. Hauser Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Charity, Security, and Disparities: Haitian Quests for Asylum
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2010–2011
Walter Jackson Bate Fellow
Boston University
Literature
Paul Laurence Dunbar: The First African American Poet Laureate
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2005–2006
Institute of Public Health at Jagiellonian University - Collegium Medicum (Poland)
Anthropology
The Fragile Wisdom of the Female Body: An Evolutionary View of Trade-Offs in Health and Disease
Gish Jen
2001–2002
Independent Writer
Fiction
Novel-in-Progress
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2019–2020
Brandeis University
History
Nazi Victim, Holocaust Survivor, and War Criminal? The Ambiguous Trials of Stella Goldschlag in Postwar Germany
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2010–2011
Evelyn Green Davis Fellow
Harvard University
History
River of Dark Dreams: Slavery, Capitalism, and Imperialism in the Mississippi Valley's Cotton Kingdom
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2019–2020
Evelyn Green Davis Fellow
Morehouse School of Medicine
Biology and Medical Sciences
Tools for a National Campaign against Racism
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2013–2014
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Art History
Desires for the World Picture: The Global Work of Art
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2010–2011
Mildred Londa Weisman Fellow
Independent Writer
Nonfiction
When War Comes Home
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2010–2011
International Medical Corps (United Kingdom)
Nonfiction
Outside the Asylum: A Child Psychiatrist?s Memoir of Working in Conflict and Disaster
Christina Jones-Pauly
2003–2004
Rita E. Hauser Fellow
Harvard Law School
Law
Islamic Law, Women, and Cultural Diversity: Case Studies
Jeanne Jordan
2002–2003
Independent Filmmaker
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
The Heywood Boys
John T. Jost
2002–2003
Stanford University
Psychology
A Theory of System Justification
Ha-yun Jung
2002–2003
Independent Writer
Fiction
White Horse
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2013–2014
Bogaziçi University (Turkey)
Architecture
Urban Imaginaries in the Early Modern Ottoman World: Exploring the Dialogics of Word, Image, and Space
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2010–2011
Edward, Frances, and Shirley B. Daniels Fellow
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School
Medical Sciences
Structure and Function of Novel Lipids in Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes
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2019–2020
Shutzer Assistant Professor
Harvard Graduate School of Design
Architecture
Representation and Materialization of Interdisciplinary Matter
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2006–2007
Cosponsored by the Harvard University Committee on Human Rights Studies
Legal Aid Society of Uzbekistan
Law
International Human Rights Law in Uzbekistan
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2006–2007
Emeline Bigelow Conland Fellow
Brandeis University
History
A Tale of Seven Cities: The Life and Times of Gilbert Stuart
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2019–2020
Hilles Bush Fellow
Institute of American Indian Arts
Poetry
New Poems
Honour Kane
2002–2003
Independent Writer
Playwriting or Screenwriting
7dayz
2001–2002
Independent Writer
Playwriting or Screenwriting
Hundred Years Dreaming
Stephen Kantrowitz
2002–2003
University of Wisconsin–Madison
History
Origins of the Deep North: The Radical Reconstruction of Massachusetts, 1854–1889
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2004–2005
Ford Foundation International Fellow, jointly sponsored by the Harvard Scholar-at-Risk Program
Independent Scholar
Law
A Comparison of the Constitutional and Institutional Processes in the Islamic Republic of Iran and Democratic Parliamentary Systems
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2005–2006
Ford Foundation International Fellow
University of Colombo (Sri Lanka)
Biology
Study of Genetic Diversity of Plasmodium Vivax Malaria Parasites in Sri Lanka
Riva Kastoryano
2003–2004
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France)
Political Science
Transnational Politics of Immigrants in Europe and the United States
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2005–2006
Harvard University
Economics
Transitions: Career and Family in the Life Cycles of College Men and Women
Cindi Katz
2003–2004
City University of New York
Geography
Retheorizing Childhood
Joan Kaufman
2001–2002
Independent Scholar
Women's and Gender Studies
Gender and Global Reproductive Health Politics
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2014–2015
ACLS Frederick Burkhardt Fellow
Trinity University (Texas)
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
A Dynamic Frame: The Moving Camera, Hollywood Narrative, and American Modernity
Pamela K. Keel
2001–2002
Harvard University
Psychology
Bulimic Syndromes: Secular and Longitudinal Trends
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2004–2005
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
History of Science, Technology, or Medicine
Development, Intersubjectivity, and Dynamical Systems
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2004–2005
Sargent-Faull Fellow
John Kelly & Company
Theater Performance
Recycling My Muse While Musing on Caravaggio
Linda K. Kerber
2002–2003
University of Iowa
History
Through Women's Eyes: An Alternative American History
Megan M. Kerr
2001–2002
Wellesley College
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Geometry of Symmetric Spaces, Solvable Groups, and Harmonic Manifolds
Alice Kessler-Harris
2001–2002
Columbia University
History
Refracting the Lens of History: American Culture and the Gendered Prism
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2006–2007
Duke University
Women's and Gender Studies
Asylum: The Concept and the Practice
Aurorae Khoo
2001–2002
Independent Writer
Playwriting or Screenwriting
Happy Valley
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Visual Arts
Off White
Jacqueline Jeeyoung Kim
2001–2002
Yale University
Music Composition
Orchestra Piece
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2005–2006
Burkhardt Fellow
Rutgers University
Literature
The Militancy of Gender and the Making of Sexual Difference in Anglo-Saxon Literature
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2009–2010
Frieda L. Miller Fellow
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Fluxus Around the Clock
Jennifer Wright Knust
2003–2004
College of the Holy Cross
Religion
Loose Texts, Loose Women: A History of Jesus and an Adulteress
Kevin Kopelson
2002–2003
University of Iowa
Literature
Neatness Counts: Essays on the Writer's Desk
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2006–2007
Burkhardt Fellow
The University of Chicago
History
The "Indian Community" in Mexican Social Thought
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2010–2011
Hrdy Fellow
Harvard University
Anthropology
Evolutionary Perspectives on Childhood and the Human Capacity for Population Growth
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2009–2010
Lillian Gollay Knafel Fellow
Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law (Israel)
Legal History
From Promise to Property, from Populism to Expertise: The Political Career of the Dollar, 1862–1913
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2013–2014
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Harvard University
Economics
Water, Health, and Human Behavior
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2004–2005
University of California, Berkeley
Law
The Legal Design of Equality Based on the Science of Ordinary Prejudice
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2013–2014
Suzanne Young Murray Fellow
Harvard University
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Knots and Instantons
Susanne Kühn
2001–2002
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Journey: A Series of Landscape Paintings
Sarah Kuhn
2000–2001
Radcliffe Public Policy Center
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Multidisciplinary
Design as Work/Work as Design
2000–2001
Schlesinger Library
Williams College
History
Outlaw Desire: Prison Sexual Culture in the United States
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2019–2020
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
University of Connecticut School of Law
Law
Epidemiology and the Future of Tort Law
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2013–2014
Lillian Gollay Knafel Fellow
Harvard University
Art History
Drawing Time: The 18th-Century Reinvention of a Medium
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2010–2011
Radcliffe Alumnae Fellow
Harvard University
Art History
Just Art: Imagining Art’s Efficacy
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2006–2007
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Harvard University
Sociology
Cream Rising: Finding Excellence in the Social Sciences and the Humanities
2000–2001
Frieda L. Miller Fellow, Bunting Program
Harvard University
Religion
Dancing Religion: The Technique and Choreography of Martha Graham
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2010–2011
Elizabeth S. and Richard M. Cashin Fellow
Sun Microsystems
Computer Science
Civilian Control of Cybersecurity
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2004–2005
Augustus Anson Whitney Scholar
Brandeis University
Women's and Gender Studies
Sapphic Subjects and the Making of Modernity
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2006–2007
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Fellow
Rutgers University
History
The Summer of '44: Farming for Freedom
Rebecca Lee
2001–2002
University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Fiction
Emerson and Thoreau: The Winter of 1842
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2019–2020
Perrin Moorhead Grayson and Bruns Grayson Fellow
Harvard University
History
If/Then: How Simulmatics Corporation Invented the Future
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2013–2014
Harvard Kennedy School
Psychology
Emotion and Decision Making
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2013–2014
2012–2013
ECLA of Bard (Germany)
Visual Arts
Character Analysis
Meira Levinson
2003–2004
Boston Public Schools
Education
Civic and Multicultural Education in All-Minority Settings
2002–2003
Boston Public Schools
Education
Civic and Multicultural Education in Minority Settings
Wai-Yee Li
2002–2003
Harvard University
Asian Literature
The End of the Ming Dynasty: Pleasures, Passions, and National Trauma in Late Imperial China
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2013–2014
David and Roberta Logie Fellow
Cooper Union, Princeton University
Visual Arts
Come Back Volume and Space
2000–2001
Murray Research Center
Carleton University
Psychology
Personal Projects and Free Traits: Lives, Liberties, and the Happiness of Pursuit
Soledad Loaeza
2003–2004
Ford Fellow
El Colegio de Mexico
Political Science
The Mexican Presidency in the Twentieth Century: An Analysis of Power and Constraints
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2010–2011
Lillian Gollay Knafel Fellow and Wyss Visiting Fellow
Université de Cergy-Pontoise (France)
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Biomimetics and Quantitative Biology: Conceptual Interpretation and Mathematical Modeling of the Adaptive Design Strategies in Biological Materials, Structures, and Mechanisms
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2005–2006
Independent Writer
Fiction
Novel-in-Progress
Tamara Loos
2002–2003
Cornell University
Asian History
Subject Siam: Gender, Justice, and Colonial Modernity
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2014–2015
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
Astronomy
Searching for Atmospheric Signatures of Other Worlds
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2013–2014
Independent Composer
Music
The Interstitial and Intertextual in My Music
Ilana Löwy
2003–2004
French National Institute for Health and Medical Research
History of Science, Technology, or Medicine
Hereditary Risk of Cancer in Historical and Comparative Perspective
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2013–2014
William Bentinck-Smith Fellow
Georgia Institute of Technology
History
Political T’ai-chi at Work: Everyday Shanghai under Maoism
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2004–2005
Alfred University/Bennington College
Visual Arts
Tracing the City
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2010–2011
David and Roberta Logie Fellow and Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow
University of California, Santa Cruz
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
The Motherhood Archives
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2009–2010
Jeanne Rosselet Fellow and Bunting Fellow
Harvard University
Literature
A History of Stage Directions
2000–2001
Bunting Program
University of Connecticut
Sociology
Shadow Mothers: Nannies, Au Pairs, and the Social Construction of Mothering
Marie Machacek
2003–2004
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
Astronomy
Probing the Evolution of Galaxies
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2013–2014
Walter Jackson Bate Fellow
University at Buffalo
Literature
Habitual Knowledge: Theory and the Everyday in Enlightenment Britain
Mary Kay Magistad
2001–2002
Independent Journalist
Journalism
Pol Pot's Shadow: Life After Death in Cambodia
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2014–2015
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Earth and Planetary Sciences
Cradle of Life: The Ocean's Surface Layer
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2014–2015
Audrey, Fay, Katherine, and Megan Shutzer Fellow for Science
Harvard University
Biology
On the Growth and Form of the Brain
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2009–2010
Helen Putnam Fellow
University College London (United Kingdom)
Biology
Species and the Ecology and Evolution of Biological Diversity
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2014–2015
ACLS Frederick Burkhardt Fellow
Harvard University
History
The Eradication of Smallpox: Collaboration Amid Conflict in the Cold War Era
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Stanford University
Anthropology
India Travels: Transnational Public Cultures, Gender, and the Reconfiguration of Belonging
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2004–2005
Harvard University
Political Science
In Praise of Less Accountable Representation
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2019–2020
Northeastern University
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
The Chow Rings of Moduli Spaces of Stable Sheaves
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2006–2007
American Fellow
Independent Writer
Nonfiction
Ebe: The Untold Story of Hawthorne's Forgotten Sister
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2004–2005
Augustus Anson Whitney Scholar
University of Georgia
Literature
William and Ellen Craft in the Transatlantic World
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2019–2020
Walter Jackson Bate Fellow
University of Wyoming
Fiction
The Call of Migratory Things
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2010–2011
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Brown University
Political Science
Sex Differences in Aggression
William S. McFeely
2006–2007
Constance E. Smith Fellow
University of Georgia
History
Weddings and Funerals
Beverly McIver
2002–2003
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Inventing Ourselves
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Harvard Medical School
Medical Sciences
The Role of Notch Signaling in Kidney Organogenesis
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Wellesley College
Astronomy
In Search of White Dark Matter in the Milky Way
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2005–2006
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Fellow
Tufts University
Economics
Globalization and Labor Market Outcomes
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2006–2007
SN Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences (India)
Physics
The World in a Grain of Sand
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2005–2006
Wellesley College
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
Ende Senbalaet (Grass in the Wind)
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2019–2020
Elizabeth S. and Richard M. Cashin Fellow
Princeton University
Political Science
Moving to Opportunity: Do Low-Poverty Neighborhoods Empower Disempowered Women and Children?
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2004–2005
Harvard University
Computer Science
Transparency and Trust in Computational Systems
Constance Merritt
2001–2002
Independent Writer
Poetry
Two Rooms
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Heart of the Matter
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2004–2005
Independent Writer
Fiction
Novel-in-Progress
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2019–2020
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Cornell University
Political Science
American Democracy under Stress: Historic Threats and Their Contemporary Convergence
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2014–2015
Independent Writer
Nonfiction
Mrs. V. and Other Tenants of Obscurity
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2010–2011
Bunting Fellow
Brown University
Musicology
Playing Along: Digital Games, YouTube, and Virtual Performance
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2006–2007
Helen Putnam Fellow
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Psychology
Cultivating Children's Self-Esteem: Discourse and Practices of Self-Enhancement
Laura Miller
2003–2004
American Fellow
Harvard University
Architecture
Denatured Domesticity
2000–2001
Bunting Program/Center for Educational Programs
Independent Writer
Fiction
The World Below
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2004–2005
Bunting Fellow
Seoul National University (South Korea)
Literature
Representing China in Early Modern England
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2006–2007
University of Michigan
Biology
The Microevolution-Macroevolution Continuum Book Project
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2004–2005
American Fellow
Harvard University
History/Mythology
Nordic Witchcraft 1250–1550
Phyllis Moen
2000–2001
Murray Research Center/Radcliffe Public Policy Center
Cornell University
Sociology
Linked Lives: Careers, Couples, and the Gendered Life Course
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2014–2015
Hrdy Fellow
Brown University
Political Science
Building State Capacity through Grassroots Practice
Toril Moi
2002–2003
Duke University
Literature
Ibsen's Modernity
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2019–2020
Hrdy Fellow
University of Arizona
Anthropology
We Take Our Place with Us: The Archaeology of Mobility in New Mexico
2000–2001
Bunting Program/Schlesinger Library
University of Texas Medical Branch
History
Transgressions: Mary Steichen Calderone and the Politics of Sexuality in Postwar America
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2013–2014
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Applications of Gauge Theories to Low Dimensional Topology
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2019–2020
Suzanne Young Murray Professor
Harvard Kennedy School
History
Lessons Learned from 50 Years of Civil Rights and Wrongs
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2005–2006
Harvard University
Political Science
Left and Right: A Defense of Party Spirit
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2010–2011
Helen Putnam Fellow
University of California, Berkeley
Chemistry
Dynamics, Kinetics, and Manipulation of DNA, Vesicles, Capsules, and Cells Via Microfluidic Trapping Flows
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2019–2020
Radcliffe Alumnae Professor
Harvard University
Statistics
Data Science Algorithms for Personalizing Mobile Health Interventions
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Williams College
History
"Worries of the Heart": Widows' Lives in Western Kenya, 1900 to the Present
2000–2001
Radcliffe Public Policy Center
Independent Attorney
Law
Toward a Re-Moralization of the Free Market
Erika Naginski
2003–2004
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Art History
Sculpture and Enlightenment
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2005–2006
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Dynamic Networks with Applications: The Unified Theory of Projected Dynamical Systems and Evolutionary Variational Inequalities
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2009–2010
Sargent-Faull Fellow
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Dispersive Wave Phenomena from a Nondeterministic Viewpoint
Afsaneh Najmabadi
2001–2002
Harvard University
Women's and Gender Studies
Male Lions and Female Suns: The Gendered Tropes of Iranian Modernity
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2006–2007
Jeanne Rosselet Fellow
Boston University
Physics
Development of Techniques to Identify the Signatures of Little Higgs Models at the Large Hadron Collider with the ATLAS Detector
2013–2014
Independent Writer
Poetry
The Jewelled Deer: A Writing through Valmiki's Ramayana
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2019–2020
ACLS Frederick Burkhardt Fellow
Northwestern University
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Black Maternal Politics
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2019–2020
Africa Arts Group NPC (South Africa)
Music
Mzansi's Other Voices
Gabriele C. Nebe
2003–2004
Universitat Ulm (Germany)
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Integral Representations of Finite Groups
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2013–2014
Shutzer Fellow
Harvard University
Biology
Competition and Cooperation in Microorganisms
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2004–2005
Magalen O. Bryant International Fellow
University of California, Los Angeles
Art History
Dakar: The Making of an African Metropolis
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2005–2006
Benjamin White Whitney Fellow
Georgia Institute of Technology
Multidisciplinary
Human Creativity in Science: An Integrated Look
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2005–2006
Bunting Fellow
University of Oklahoma
Literature
Translating Empire: Classicism and Colonialism between East and West
Mae M. Ngai
2003–2004
American Fellow
The University of Chicago
History
Lost in Translation: A Chinese American Family of the Interpreter Class, 1870–1950
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2010–2011
Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London (United Kingdom)
Art History
"Sperm Bomb": Art, Feminism, and the American War in Vietnam
Melissa Nobles
2003–2004
Evelyn Green Davis Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Political Science
The Past Is Present: Official Apologies and Multicultural Citizenship
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2013–2014
Maury Green Fellow
Emory University
Economics
Water, Health, and Human Behavior
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2006–2007
Helen Putnam Fellow
Mount Holyoke College
Chemistry
Needle in a Haystack: Removing Base Lesions from DNA
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2004–2005
Rita E. Hauser Fellow
Al-Quds University
Philosophy
Nonviolence as a Means of Disarming Violence
2000–2001
Bunting Program
DePaul University
Philosophy
Kant and the Unity of Reason
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2004–2005
University of Oxford (United Kingdom)
Music Composition
Heart of Darkness—An Opera
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2014–2015
Helen Putnam Fellow
New York University
Nonfiction
What's Wrong With Me? The Mysteries of Chronic Illness
Susan Moller Okin
2003–2004
Stanford University
Political Science
Gender, Economic Development, and Women's Human Rights
Senam Okudzeto
2003–2004
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Ghana Must Go
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2005–2006
Boston University
Economics
Women's Employment and Wages
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2009–2010
2008–2009
École Normale Supérieure (France)
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Representations of p-adic Reductive Groups in Characteristic p
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2004–2005
University of Ilorin/Nigerian Baptist Seminary College (Nigeria)
Musicology
Sounds Without Borders: Style and Identity in Modern African Art Music
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2013–2014
Lisa Goldberg Fellow
Independent Writer
Fiction
A New Novel
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2013–2014
Mary I. Bunting Institute Fellow
University of London (United Kingdom)
Literature
The "Multilingual Local” in World Literature
2000–2001
Peace Fellow, Bunting Program
Independent Attorney
Nonfiction
The Seven Lean Years: One Jewish Lawyer's Struggle for Palestinian Human Rights in Israel and the Occupied Territories During the Oslo Peace Process
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2014–2015
Lillian Gollay Knafel Fellow
San Francisco State University
Fiction
The Thousands
2000–2001
Murray Research Center
Florida State University
Sociology
An Analytical Synthesis of Research on Gender, Race, and Ethnicity at Work
A. Laurie Palmer
2003–2004
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Visual Arts
Land
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2006–2007
Grass Fellow
Brown University
Engineering Sciences
At the Bioelectronic Interface: Creating Smart, Adaptable, Microelectronic Circuitry
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Harvard University
Earth and Planetary Sciences
Reference Earth Mantle Viscosity Model
Katharine Park
2003–2004
History of Science
Harvard University
History of Science, Technology, or Medicine
Visible Women: Gender, Generation, and the Origins of Human Dissection
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Harvard University
Biology
Genetic Investigations of Biorhythmic Behavior in Hawaiian Crickets
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2014–2015
Beatrice Shepherd Blane Fellow
Boston College
History
Land and Labor in 19th-Century Tamilnad
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2014–2015
Royal Northern College of Music (United Kingdom)
Music
Designing Interpretive and Navigable Experiences via Multilayered Performance Settings
Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony Rinaldo
2009–2010
Mary I. Bunting Institute Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Crafting American Artisanal Cheese: Economies of Sentiment, Ecologies of Production
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2009–2010
Radcliffe Alumnae Fellow
Harvard University
Earth and Planetary Sciences
Investigating the Deep Biosphere
Susan Pedersen
2002–2003
Harvard University
European History
Conscience and Politics: A Life of Eleanor Rathbone
Amanda Wensley Peet
2002–2003
University of Toronto (Canada)
Physics
String Theory as Quantum Gravity
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2005–2006
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
University of Pennsylvania
History
The Librarian's Secrets: Books, Intelligence, and Cultural Reconstruction in the World War II Era
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2004–2005
Bunting Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Brandeis University
Psychology
Cross-Species Studies on the Development of Numerical Competence
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2013–2014
Tufts University
Nonfiction
Before the Crystal Wall: A Story of Love and Death, Chimpanzees, and Science
Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony Rinaldo
2009–2010
Evelyn Green Davis Fellow
Deep Springs College
Poetry
Strange Litany
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2005–2006
Harvard University
Biology
Life History Evolution of Blue Butterflies
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2013–2014
ACLS Frederick Burkhardt Fellow
Tufts University
Anthropology
Hysteria in India: The Transnational History of a Medical Idea
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2013–2014
Helen Putnam Fellow
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Medical Sciences
Optimizing the Timing of Discontinuation of Chemotherapy for Metastatic Non-small Cell Lung Cancer
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2005–2006
Bunting Fellow
University of California, San Diego
Women's and Gender Studies
The Repeal of Mother Love: Momism and the Reconstruction of Motherhood in Philip Wylie's America
Judith Plaskow
2001–2002
Manhattan College
Religion
Just Sex: Judaism, Sexuality, and American Culture
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2004–2005
Mary I. Bunting Institute Fellow
Harvard University
Education
Disputing Discrimination: US Educational Civil Rights Analysis and Everyday Arguments Over Analyzing Inequality in School
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2019–2020
David and Roberta Logie Fellow
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Institutional and Artist Rights to Intervention before and after Death
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2014–2015
Edward, Frances, and Shirley B. Daniels Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Engineering Sciences
Advancement of Tools and Techniques for Engineering of Microbial Chemical Factories
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2006–2007
Walter Jackson Bate Fellow
Harvard University
Literature
The Stenographic Imagination: Literature and the Office in Britain, 1837–1937
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2005–2006
Constance E. Smith Fellow
University of California, Santa Cruz
Linguistics
Model-Theoretic Syntax
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2009–2010
Marion Cabot Putnam Memorial Fellow
Wellesley College
Psychology
The Acquisition of Spatial Language in American Sign Language: Understanding the Ties to Cognitive Development
Dhooleka Sarhadi Raj
2000–2001
Radcliffe Public Policy Center
University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)
Creating Balance: Work, Family, and Community Choices for Middle Class America
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2010–2011
Beatrice Shepherd Blane Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Literature
Before the Two Cultures: Literature and Mathematics in Early Modern England
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2014–2015
Mildred Londa Weisman Fellow
University of California, Santa Cruz
Astronomy
Compact Objects in the Era of Celestial Cinematography
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2002–2003
Harvard University
Physics
Cosmological Implications of Extra Dimensions
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2019–2020
University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)
Musicology
Play and Counterplay: Dramatic Modes of Action in and alongside the Medieval Liturgy
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Freelance Journalist
Nonfiction
Framingham
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2014–2015
Radcliffe Institute Fellow
University of Wisconsin–Madison
History
The American Ways of Wisdom and Wonder: Seeking the Good Life in the 20th-Century United States
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2009–2010
Burkhardt Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Philosophy
Language as Decision Making
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2010–2011
Lisa Goldberg Fellow and Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow
Carnivalesque Films
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
Noah's Arc
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2014–2015
Rieman and Baketel Fellow for Music
Harvard University
Musicology
Notes on Sound: Studies in 19th-Century Acoustics and Aesthetics
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2009–2010
Lisa Goldberg Fellow
Brown University
Literature
Lost Properties of the Twentieth Century
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2009–2010
David and Roberta Logie Fellow and Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow
Scarabeefilms (Netherlands)
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
Position of the Stars
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2005–2006
Harvard Graduate School of Education
History
Campus Revolts: Politics and the American University in the 1960s
Susan M. Reverby
2002–2003
Wellesley College
History of Science, Technology, or Medicine
Testifying on Tuskegee: Telling the Tuskegee Syphilis Study Stories
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2010–2011
Homeless Youth Alliance
Fiction
The Habitants: A Novel of Walt Whitman in New Orleans
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2015–2016
2014–2015
Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow/David and Roberta Logie Fellow
Independent Filmmaker (United Kingdom)
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
The Two Eyes Are Not Brothers
Mark Robbins
2002–2003
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Portraits of a City
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2009–2010
Australian National University/Powerhouse Museum (Australia)
Art History
The History of Photography in China and the Hedda Morrison Archive at Harvard-Yenching Library
Dianne E. Rocheleau
2002–2003
Clark University
Geography
The Invisible Ecologies of Machakos: Landscapes and Life Stories, 1900–2000
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2014–2015
Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow/Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Fellow
Independent Filmmaker (Portugal)
Film, Video, Sound, and New Media
The Ornithologist
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2019–2020
Lillian Gollay Knafel Fellow
Harvard Kennedy School
Psychology
The Diffusion and Adoption of Welfare-Enhancing Innovations
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2005–2006
Jeanne Rosselet Fellow
Earlham College
Computer Science
Model-Theoretic Syntax
Reuel R. Rogers
2003–2004
Northwestern University
Political Science
Between Race and Ethnicity: Afro-Caribbean Immigrants, African Americans, and the Politics of Incorporation
2000–2001
Murray Research Program
Harvard University
Psychology
In the Alphabet of the Night: A Poetics of Trauma in Girls' Lives
2000–2001
Bunting Program/W.E.B. Du Bois Institute
Independent Scholar
Literature
Scribbling Women: Race, Gender, and the Literary Marketplace
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2019–2020
David and Roberta Logie Fellow
School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University
Visual Arts
no noise disturbed the quiet of the morning
Dana Ron
2003–2004
Tel Aviv University
Computer Science
Randomness and Computation
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2013–2014
Joy Foundation Fellow
Harvard University
History
Synthetic: How Life Got Made
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2004–2005
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Syracuse University
History
A Transnational History of Ideas Regarding Race and Poverty in the Americas, 1920–Present
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2014–2015
University of Padova (Italy)
Computer Science
Preference Aggregation for Advanced Sentiment Analysis
Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony Rinaldo
2014–2015
Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow
Wellesley College
Economics
Optimal Taxation with Multidimensional Heterogeneity
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2009–2010
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Earth and Planetary Sciences
Plate Tectonics: Thinking from the Top Down
Ronitt Rubinfeld
2003–2004
NEC Laboratories
Computer Science
Randomness and Computation
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2010–2011
Hrdy Fellow
Harvard Medical School
Biology
Transgenic Zebrafish Embryos: Versatile Sensors for Environmental Estrogens
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2019–2020
Grass Fellow
University of St Andrews (United Kingdom)
Biology and Medical Sciences
Technological Advancement and Cultural Evolution in Tool-Using Crows
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2009–2010
The Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Fellow
Independent Writer
Nonfiction
Out of Pernambuco: Music, Craft, and a Disappearing Tree
Omowunmi A. Sadik
2003–2004
State University of New York at Binghamton
Chemistry
Polyvalence Theory and the Design of Intelligent Molecular Nanoreactor
Mary Beth Saffo
2002–2003
Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University, Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole
Biology
Molecular Systematics of an Unusual Symbiotic Microbe
Arielle Saiber
2003–2004
Bowdoin College
Literature
Well-Versed Mathematics in Early Modern Italy
Lisa Saltzman
2002–2003
Bryn Mawr College
Art History
Mnemonic Devices: Structures of Identity, Strategies of Remembrance in Contemporary Art
Lucy Salyer
2003–2004
Constance E. Smith Fellow
University of New Hampshire
Legal History
Pledging Allegiance: American Naturalization Policy, 1898–1952
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2009–2010
Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)
Computer Science
Some Properties of Boolean Functions
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2014–2015
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Biology
Studies on How Pluripotent Stem Cell Differentiation Affects DNA Damage Responses
2000–2001
Bunting Program
University of Massachusetts Boston
Religion
Prolegomena for a Critical Study of Religion
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2013–2014
Radcliffe Institute Fellow
Mount Holyoke College
Music
[schwarzes rauschen] for Orchestra
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2004–2005
Ford Foundation International Fellow
Rangsit University (Thailand)
Anthropology
Unheard History, Unsung Heroines, and Unvoiced Community Rights: Thailand in Crisis
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2004–2005
Augustus Anson Whitney Scholar
University of Pennsylvania
History
Religion and African American Political Culture
2000–2001
Bunting Program
University of Oklahoma
American Literature
The Work of Modernity: Domesticity, Professionalism, and Social Reform
Frederick Schauer
2002–2003
Harvard University
Law
Generalizations, Generality, and Justice
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2019–2020
Radcliffe-Film Study Center Fellow
Independent Filmmaker (Germany)
Film and Video
I Still Think of You
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2006–2007
Vera N. Schuyler Institute Fellow
University of California, Berkeley
Anthropology
The Ends of the Body: Global (in) Justice and the Traffic in Human Organs
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2005–2006
Frieda L. Miller Fellow
University of California, Santa Cruz
Philosophy
Model-Theoretic Syntax
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2014–2015
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Boston College
Sociology
Connected Consumption: The Emergence of a New Consumer Culture
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2006–2007
David and Roberta Logie Fellow
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
INTERTIDAL
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Yale Law School
Law
Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment
Laura Elise Schwendinger
2002–2003
University of Illinois at Chicago
Music Composition
Work for Orchestra
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2014–2015
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Internal Dynamics of Symplectic Manifolds
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2004–2005
Walter Jackson Bate Fellow
University of Texas at Austin
Literature
A Study of Form, Style, and Symbol in a Late Old Tamil Romantic Anthology
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2014–2015
Mary I. Bunting Institute Fellow
Barnard College
Psychology
How a Language Was Born: Cognitive, Linguistic, and Social Factors That Led to the Creation of Nicaraguan Sign Language
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2009–2010
Rita E. Hauser Fellow Cosponsored by the Harvard University Committee on Human Rights Studies
Khabrain Group of Newspapers (Pakistan)
Journalism
Violence Against Women in South Asia
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2005–2006
Marymount Manhattan College
Playwriting or Screenwriting
Table of Honor
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Independent Writer
Poetry
Work Untitled
Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw
2002–2003
Harvard University
Art History
Portraiture and the Development of African American Identity in the United States, 1770–1870
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2004–2005
New School University
Poetry
Book of Poems
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2019–2020
Stanley A. Marks and William H. Marks Assistant Professor
Harvard University
Musicology
Going Live! Music, Media, and the Technologies of Black Ecstasy
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2019–2020
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Fellow
Stanford University
Physics and Astronomy/Astrophysics
Quantum Materials and Quantum Devices
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2006–2007
Benjamin White Whitney Scholar
Harvard University
Computer Science
A Unified View of String and Tree Relations
Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony Rinaldo
2019–2020
Catherine A. and Mary C. Gellert Fellow
The New School
Playwriting or Screenwriting
Untitled Play
Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony Rinaldo
2017–2018
2016–2017
2014–2015
Carol K. Pforzheimer Professor
Harvard Kennedy School
Political Science
Individual Responsibilities in the Age of Rights
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Williams College
Asian Literature
A Useless Branch: Growing Up and Growing Old in Nüshu Culture
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2010–2011
Visual Arts
Independent Artist
Visual Arts
Painter Painting
Irene Silverblatt
2001–2002
Duke University
Anthropology
Race, Religion, and the Modern/Colonial World: Spanish Cultural Politics and the Inquisition in Seventeenth-Century Peru
2000–2001
Bunting Program
Boston University
Physics
Top Quark Dynamics at the Tevatron: Tracing the Origin of Mass
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2019–2020
Mellon-Schlesinger Fellow
University of Connecticut
History
The Reconstruction of American Democracy, 1860–1920
2000–2001
Helen Putnam Fellow, Bunting Program
Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
Medical Sciences
The Development of Pattern Vision and Spatial Cognition in Human Infants
Susan Slyomovics
2002–2003
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Anthropology
Torture, Testimony, and Truth: The Performance of Human Rights in Morocco
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2013–2014
Harvard University
Biology
Tracking the Evolution of Human Life History with Rhythmic Tooth Growth
Zadie Smith
2002–2003
Independent Writer
Fiction
The Morality of the Novel
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2009–2010
Hrdy Fellow
Boston University
Muslim Youth: Gender, Sexuality, and Public Piety in Indonesia's New Middle Class
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2009–2010
Haifa University (Israel)
Cultural Studies
"Arabs of the Mosaic Faith": The Participation of Jews in Modern Arab Culture
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2010–2011
Harvard University
Comparative Literature
Geographic Imaginaries for the Twenty-First Century
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2005–2006
Tufts University
Computer Science
Impact of Computational Geometry on Depth-Based Statistics
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2006–2007
Hrdy Fellow
University of South Carolina
History
Women's Rights and Family Values: Gender and America's Right Turn
Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony Rinaldo
2009–2010
Elizabeth S. and Richard M. Cashin Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mathematics and Applied Sciences
Dispersive Wave Phenomena from a Nondeterministic Viewpoint
Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony Rinaldo
2006–2007
Mary I. Bunting Institute Fellow
Princeton University
History
A Political History of American Feminism, 1792–2002
Kathleen J. Stebe
2002–2003
Johns Hopkins University
Materials Science
On Using Surfactants to Tailor Fluid Interfaces in Emerging Technologies
Photo by Tony RinaldoPhoto by Tony Rinaldo
2004–2005
Benjamin White Whitney Scholar
Harvard University
Anthropology
Citadel Culture: Educating Citizen-Soldiers for a New World Order
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2014–2015
Columbia University
Musicology
Musical Values and the Question of Psychology, 1890–1960
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2014–2015
Rita E. Hauser Fellow
Harvard Law School
Law
Unpremeditated: Capital Punishment and American Law
James A. Steintrager
2002–2003
University of California, Irvine
Comparative Literature
The Autonomy of Pleasure: Sexual Semantics and Social Differentiation from Libertinage to Liberation
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2004–2005
University of Oregon
Anthropology
Cultural Difference and Globalization: Indigenous Migrants in the United States and Mexico
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