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Fellows: 1994-1995

James Aldrich-Moodie

Pre-Doctoral Fellow 1994-95

Comparative Literature, Stanford University

"'The More Than Homer of His Age:" Handel and English Cultural History"

J. Alexander Odgen

Dissertation Resident Fellow 1994-95

Slavic Languages and Literatures, Stanford University

"Peasants, Poets, "Peasant-Poets:" Nikolai Kliuev and the Construction of the Literary Peasant"

Arturo Arias

External Faculty Fellow 1994-95

Humanities/Spanish Literature, San Francisco State

"Ceremonial Gestures: The New Fiction in Central America"

Renee Blake

Pre-Doctoral Fellow 1994-95

Linguistics, Stanford University

"Linguistics and Social Variation Pertaining to the Creole Continuum"

Clifton C. Crais

External Faculty Fellow 1994-95

History, Kenyon College

"'Not in a Distant Time:' Subaltern Visions and The Political Imagination in South Africa, 1856-1963"

Eric Cummins

Rockefeller Fellow 1994-95

Independent Scholar

"California Prison Gang Ethnography"

Ian F. Haney Lopez

Rockefeller Fellow 1994-95

Law, University of Wisconsin Law School

"Law in the Borderlands: Racial Identity and Legal Conflict in East Los Angeles, 1968-1971"

Stephanie H. Jed

External Faculty Fellow 1994-95

Italian & Comparative Literature, University of California, San Diego

"Reorganizing Knowledge: Feminists, Librarians and the Italian Nation"

Stefan Helmreich

Dissertation Resident Fellow 1994-95

Anthropology, Stanford University

"Anthropology Inside and Outside the Looking-Glass Lands of Artificial Life: Social Values and Scientific Practice in the Cultural and Computational Worlds of Artificial Life"

Elizabeth Hutchinson

Pre-Doctoral Fellow 1994-95

Art, Stanford University

"Traveling Bodies: "Ethnographic" Photography in the Gilded Age"

Lawrence Jackson

Pre-Doctoral Fellow 1994-95

English, Stanford University

"'The Nigger in the Woodpile:' Ideology and America's Location of the 'Black'"

Robert Jensen

External Faculty Fellow 1994-95

Art History, University of Kentucky

"Making Faces: The Politics of Identity in Early Twentieth Century Central European Painting"

Mary Louise Roberts

Internal Faculty Fellow 1994-95

History, Stanford University

"The Frondeuses, Gender Identity and Journalism in Fin-de-siecle France"

Hilary M. Schor

External Faculty Fellow 1994-95

English, University of Southern California

"The Habit of Disruption: Hidden Female Narratives in the Novels of Charles Dickens"

Tadeusz M. Slawek

External Faculty Fellow 1994-95

English Literature and Critical Theory, University of Silesia, Poland

"An American Place: Listening to What a Stone Says"

Jocelyn Marsh

Internal Faculty Fellow 1994-95

English, Stanford University

"Word Crimes: Blasphemy and Victorian Culture"

W. Martin Bloomer

Internal Faculty Fellow 1994-95

Classics, Stanford University

"The Roman Literary Economy: Latinitas and the Literary Construction of Roman Society"

Patricia Mazon

Dissertation Resident Fellow 1994-95

History, Stanford University

"Academic Citizenship and the Admission of Women to German Universities, 1865-1914"

Erika Miller

Dissertation Resident Fellow 1994-95

English and American Literature, Stanford University

"The Other Reconstruction: Where Violence and Womanhood Meet in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century African American Women's Writing"

Joseph N. Frank

Internal Faculty Fellow 1994-95

Slavic, Stanford University

"Dostoevsky: The Mantle of the Prophet 1872-1881"

Hilton Obenzinger

Geballe Dissertation Fellow 1994-95

Modern Thought and Literature, Stanford University

"American Palestine: Mark Twain, Herman Melville and Other American Travelers to the Holy Land, 1610-1882"

David Palumbo-Liu

Internal Faculty Fellow 1994-95

Comparative Literature, Stanford University

"Asian American Narratives: Politics and Subjectivity"

David Porter

Pre-Doctoral Fellow 1994-95

Comparative Literature, Stanford University

"Writing China"

Katheryn Potterf

Dissertation Resident Fellow 1994-95

Comparative Literature, Stanford University

"The Performance of Gender: Improvisational Identities in Ming Literature"

Renee Romano

Dissertation Resident Fellow 1994-95

History, Stanford University

"Crossing the Line: Black-White Interracial Marriage in the United States, 1945-1990"

John Shank

Pre-Doctoral Fellow 1994-95

History, Stanford University

"The Reception of Newtonianism in Eighteenth-Century France: An Interdisciplinary Study"

Timothy W. Lenoir

Internal Faculty Fellow 1994-95

History and the Philosophy of Science, Stanford University

"Machines to Think By: Visualization, Theory, and the Second Computer Revolution"

Alice Y. Kaplan

External Faculty Fellow 1994-95

French, Duke University

"Intellectuals in Crisis"