Visiting Fellows and Travel Grant Recipients: 2013 - 2014


Kevin Bourque Southwestern University, Seriality, Singularity, and Celebrity: Pictures in Motion from 1680 to 1810; Lewis Walpole Library-ASECS Fellow

Wolfgang Brückle Inst. für Kunstgeschichte, Zurich, Displays for Medieval Art in Eighteenth-Century Collections: Twickenham and Beyond

Huw Davies King’s College London, The Rise of British Military Power, 1750-1850

Eoin Devlin University of Cambridge, Anglo-European Sociability, Diplomacy, and Cultural Exchange, c.1680 – c.1770

Carlos Fernández Pérez Museo Nacional de Bellas Artas, Havana, Cuba, Learning British Art through Multimedia

Amanda E. Herbert Christopher Newport University, Spa: Faith, Health, and Politics in Early-Modern Britain

Michael Printy Wesleyan University, Hogarth’s German Enlightenment; Roger W. Eddy Fellow

Thierry Rigogne Fordham University, Café Culture and the Birth of Modernity: The French Coffeehouse in History, 1660-1800Charles J. Cole Fellow

Matthew Risling University of Toronto, Burlesque Natural PhilosophersNegative Representations of Science and Scientists in the Eighteenth Century; George B. Cooper Fellow

Amy Torbert University of Delaware, Going Places: The Material and Imaginary Geographies of Prints in the Atlantic World, 1770-1840

Cynthia Wall University of Virginia, The Impress of the Invisible

Claude Willan Stanford University, Hostile Takeover: The Tory Seizure of Eighteenth-Century Literary History

Anne Wohlcke California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Musical Work and Commemoration in the Eighteenth-Century British World

Travel Grants:

Paul Davis Princeton University, Making Peace with the Past: British Historical Culture, 1730-1776

Taylor Spence Monash University, The Transplantation of the Culture of the Commons into the Eighteenth-Century Colonies from Great Britain

Yale Graduate Student Summer Fellows

Noah Gentele, History Department, “The Temporal Potentials of Atlantic History”

Melina Moe, English Department, “Maria Edgeworth and the Rhetorical Practices of Character”