Visiting Fellows and Travel Grant Recipients: 2017-2018

Fellowships

Isabelle Baudino, ENS de Lyon, Visualizing British History: Illustrations for Rapin de Thoyras’s History of England in the Collections of the Lewis Walpole Library

Stephen Bending, University of Southampton, Pleasure Gardens and the Problems of Pleasure in Britain, France and North America, 1650-1820; Joseph Peter Spang Fellowship

Sarah Berkowitz, University of Virginia, The Mediocrity of Character

Thora Brylowe, University of Colorado Boulder, Impressions and Folds: The Ecology of Romantic-Era Paper; Lewis Walpole Library and Beinecke Library Fellow

Alison FitzGerald, Maynooth University, Spectacles and Shows: Exhibitions and Entertainment in Early Modern Ireland

Kate Grandjouan, Independent Scholar, Anglo-French Encounters: Graphic Satire and National Identity 1688-1815

Nick Groom, University of Exeter, A History of the Gothic, 1688-1774

Georgia Haseldine, Queen Mary, University of London, Radical Portraits, 1789-1819; George B. Cooper Fellowship

Judith Hawley, Royal Holloway, University of London, The Amateur Theatrical Culture of Strawberry Hill; Charles J. Cole Fellowship

Kathleen Lubey, St. John’s University, Genital Politics in Revolutionary Visual Satire; ASECS Fellowship

Gavin Morrison, The University of Edinburgh, Walpole’s Corsican Intrigues

Ashley Schoppe, University of Tulsa, Divisive Threads: Politicized Fashion in Long Eighteenth-Century British Literature; Roger W. Eddy Fellowship

Eugenia Zuroski, Brown University, Odious Creatures and Amphibious Females: Cosmopolitan Changeability in Late Eighteenth-Century Fiction and Caricature

Travel Grants

Amy Garnai, Tel Aviv University, Thomas Holcroft and the Revolutionary Drama

Madeleine Pelling, University of York, Authoring the Museum: Narrative in Early Modern Collections

Tom Pye, King’s College, University of Cambridge, Narratives of Liberty in Scottish Thought, 1747-1787

Robbie Richardson, University of Kent, The Antiquarian’s Indian

Judith Ridner, Mississippi State University, Clothing the Babel: The Material Culture of Ethnic Identity in Early America

Whitney Barlow Robles, Harvard University, Curious Species: ​How Animals Made Natural History, 1700–1820

Jenna Rossi-Camus, University of the Arts London, London College of Fashion, Fashion & Folly: Developing a Curatorial Proposal for a Site-Specific Exhibition at Strawberry Hill House

 

Yale Graduate Student Summer Fellow

Christine Brandner, Department of the History of Art, Yale University, Addressing Another Body in Jean–Étienne Liotard’s Portraits