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Welcome & Farewell!

As we head into the start of a new school year we'd like to say farewell and thank you to our outgoing fellows:

Virgil D. Aldrich Faculty Research Fellowships

Catherine Mayes

Catherine Mayes

School of Music
"Hungarian Dances in Eighteenth-Century Vienna” 

Maureen Mathison

Maureen Mathison

Department of Writing and Rhetoric Studies,
“The Rhetoric of Controversy within Science”


The Marlin K. Jensen Artist and Scholar in Residence

Andrew Lloyd

Andrew Lloyd

Department of Music
The University of Texas at San Antonio
“Latter-Day Saints and the Musical Arts”

 


The Annie Clark Tanner Teaching and Research Fellow in Environmental Humanities

Tiffany Higgins

Tiffany Higgins

Independent Scholar

 


Graduate Student Fellows

Brandon Clark

Brandon Clark

Department of History,
"Environmental History of the Colonial Americas"

Melissa Parks

Melissa Parks

Department of Communication
"From the Redwoods Conservation Movement to Sequencing Genomes: Genetic Ecologies of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries"

Cori Winrock

Cori Winrock

Department of English
"Digital Text-iles: Stitching Hybridity"

 


Latter-day Saints Studies Research Fellowship

Sasha Coles

Sasha Coles

Department of History at the University of California, Santa Barbara,
"Homespun Respectability: Silk Worlds, Women’s Work, and the Making of Mormon Identity, 1850s-1910s"

 


Honors College Undergraduate Research Fellow

Andrew Hayes

Andrew Hayes

Department of Philosophy
“The Problem of Self-Knowledge: Agency and First-Person Opacity”

 


Welcome to our 2020-21 incoming fellows, we're excited to work with you!

Obert C. & Grace A. Tanner Humanities Center Visiting Research Fellowship

James Campbell, Department of History, Stanford University, “Freedom Now: The Mississippi Freedom Movement in American History and Memory”

Virgil D. Aldrich Faculty Research Fellowships

Julie Ault, Department of History, “Solidarity and Socialist Riches: East German Diplomacy, Environment, and Technology, 1949-1989”

Andrew Franta, Department of English, “Romanticism and the History of the Future”

Natalia Washington, Department of Philosophy, “Taxonomy is Taxidermy: Thinking Clearly About Diagnostic Kinds”

Graduate Research Fellowship 

Taylor Johnson, Department of Communication, “Decolonizing Publicity: Indigenous Resistance and Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making in the Bears Ears National Monument Controversy”


Latter-day Saints Studies Research Fellowship 

Hannah Jung, Department of History, Brandeis University, “The Transformation of Secrets: Family, Religion, and the Resilience of Mormon Polygamy

  

Last Updated: 7/13/20