Visiting Fellows and Travel Grant Recipients: 2004-2005


Dana ArnoldUniversity of Southampton, Antiquarian and Archaeological Writings on Art in the Long Eighteenth Century

Nigel Aston, University of Leicester, The Correspondence of James Boswell and William Johnson Temple

Lawrence E. Klein, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, “The Society of Gentlemen”: Polite Culture in Eighteenth-century Britain, Charles J. Cole Fellow

Cindy McCreery, University of Sydney, Growing Old Disgracefully: Images of Aristocratic Women in Late Eighteenth-century England, Roger W. Eddy Fellow

Jacqueline Marie Musacchio, Vassar College, Bianca Cappello de’Medici in the Eighteenth Century

Susan Lamb, University of Toronto at Scarborough, Codes to Travel by: Commentary and Practice, 1660-1840, ASECS-Lewis Walpole Library Fellow

Stephen Lloyd, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Horace Walpole’s Collection of Portrait Miniatures

Tone Sundt Urstad, University of Oslo, Biography of Sir Charles Hanbury Williams

Nancy W. CollinsUniversity College London, Forms and Practices of French “Salons”

Andrew Rudd, Trinity College, Cambridge, Sentimental Imperialism: India, Literature, and the Moral Imagination, 1780-1830, George B. Cooper Fellow

Hope Saska, Brown University, Theatricality of the Popular Print in Eighteenth-century England

Travel Grant

Harry T. Dickinson, University of Edinburgh, British Politicians in Caricature in the Late Eighteenth Century

Yale Graduate Student Summer Fellows

Hiba Hafiz
in support of research on The Reception of Seventeenth-century French Moralist Thought in England Throughout the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Paul Grant-Costa 
in support of research on The Last Indian War in Connecticut: The Mohegan Indians v. The Governour and Council of Connecticut, 1703-1773