Visiting Fellows and Travel Grant Recipients: 2003-2004


Luisa Calè, University College, Oxford, Reading for the Pictures: Extra-Illustration, Literary Galleries, and Exhibition Culture, Charles J. Cole Fellow

Markman Ellis, Queen Mary, University of London, Coffee-House Libraries

Deborah Kennedy, St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Mary Jones, the Oxford Poet

Anja Müller-MuthOtto-Friedrich-University Bamberg, Children in Print: Representing Childhood in Eighteenth-Century English PrintsRoger W. Eddy Fellow

Fiona Brideoake, Australian National University, The Ladies of Llangollen

Karen Junod, Lincoln College, Oxford, Writing the Lives of Artists: The Role of Biography in the Construction of Artistic Identity in Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Britain, George B. Cooper Fellow

Thomas Latham, University College London, The American War of Independence, Metaphor, and Visual Imagery in Britain

Christopher Mayo, Brandeis University, Lord Chesterfield’s Letters to His Son: A Critical Edition, ASECS-Lewis Walpole Library Fellow

Wayne C. Ripley, University of Rochester, Enthusiasm, Sensibility, and Apocalypticism in Eighteenth-Century Poetry: William Blake and Edward Young