Visiting Fellows and Travel Grant Recipients: 2009-2010


Timothy P. CampbellUniversity of Chicago, Historical Fashion: Commercial Temporality and Modern Historicism in Britain, 1745-1819Roger W. Eddy Fellow 

Nancy W. Collins, Columbia University, W.S. Lewis and the Anglo-American Relationship: A Study in the Rise of European Studies in Postwar America

Jonathan Gross, DePaul University, Anne Damer’s “Belmour”

R. A. Houston, University of St. Andrews, Relationships between Landlords and Tenants on Estates in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, 1600-1850, Charles J. Cole Fellow

Matthew M. Reeve, Queen’s University, Ontario, Walpole’s Two Gothic Narratives: “The Castle of Otranto” and Strawberry Hill

Fiona Ritchie, McGill University, Women’s Responses to Shakespeare in the Eighteenth-Century Theatre: The Cases of Frances and Charlotte Hanbury Williams

Gail AwUniversity of Virginia, Empire and Empiricism: Enlarging Mental Space in the Long Eighteenth Century

Emrys Daniel Jones, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge, Friendship and Politics in Sir Robert Walpole’s England, George B. Cooper Fellow

Amanda Lahikainen, Brown University, Anglicizing the French Revolution: The Politics of Humor in Late Eighteenth-Century English Political Graphic Satire, LWL-ASECS Fellow

Colleen M. Terry, University of Delaware, Presence in Print: William Hogarth in British North America

Jonathan Alexander Yarker, Trinity College, University of Cambridge, Copies and Copying: Attitudes towards Reproduction in Eighteenth-Century Britain

Travel Grant

Lisa L. Moore, University of Texas at Austin, Sister Arts: Lesbian Genres and Eighteenth-Century Landscapes

Fellow Deferred from 2007-2008

Mark Phillips, Carleton University, Ottawa, Then and Now: Historical Distance and Visualization, 1740-1850, LWL-ASECS Fellow