Visiting Fellows and Travel Grant Recipients: 2007-2008


Michèle CohenRichmond American International University in London, A Cultural History of Education in Eighteenth-Century EnglandRoger W. Eddy Fellow 

Newton Key, Eastern Illinois University, London Lords: Aristocratic Sociability in the Metropolis, 1620s-1760s

Peter McNeil, University of Technology, Sydney, The Macaroni Caricature: Portrait of Itself as a Genre

John Oldfield, University of Southampton, Images of the “West Indian” in Eighteenth-Century British Culture

Mark Phillips, Carleton University, Ottawa, Then and Now: Historical Distance and Visualization, 1740-1850 (Deferred to 2008-2009) LWL-ASECS Fellow

Geoffrey Quilley, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, UK, The Image of Jack Tar in British Art, c.1740-1830

Treve Rosoman, English Heritage, Interior Decoration Schemes as Illustrated in Eighteenth-Century and Early Nineteenth-Century Satirical Prints

Hiroki Shin, St. Catharine’s College, University of Cambridge, Exchanging Ideas on Money: Britain and the United States in the 1790s - 1840s

David Worrall, Nottingham Trent University, Undiscovered Performances of Walpole’s Mysterious Mother (1768), Their Contemporary Context and Assessment of the Loss of their Cultural Legacy, Charles J. Cole Fellow

Joseph DruryUniversity of Pennsylvania, Machines, Mechanisms and the Making of the English Novel, 1720-1800

Kate Eberwein-Melluish, Royal Holloway, University of London, “When the Lamp Was Lit”: Mary and Agnes Berry and Their London Salon

Olivia Horsfall Turner, University College London, The Cultural Meanings of Medieval Buildings in Britain, 1642-1720

Jared Richman, University of Pennsylvania, “Wide O’er Transatlantic Realms”: America, Empire and Identity in British Literary Consciousness, 1760-1830, George B. Cooper Fellow

Travel Grant

Al Coppola, Fordham University, “You’ll Apprehend It Better When You See It”: Satires of Science on Stage, 1670-1737

Mark Danley, University of Memphis, Henry Seymour Conway and the Seven Years’ War