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Current Fellows

 

 

Manifest Disaster: Climate and the Making of America

BY LAWRENCE CULVER | DEPARTMENT OF history, UTAH STATE university

 

Concentrationary City: Historical Violence and Theories of Space in Postwar France

BY VANESSA BRUTSCHE | WORLD LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE

 

 

Waging Nature’s War: How the Coevolutionary Theory of Natural Insecticides Made Combatants of Us All

By RACHEL DENTINGER | Department of HISTORY

 

 

 Racial Epistemologies

By KENT ONO | Department of COMMUNICATION

 

 

Digital Equity and Literacies During Trying Times

BY JOY PIERCE | WRITING & RHETORIC STUDIES

 

 

Still Happening: Conversion Therapy, LGBTQ Youth, and the Search for Belonging

BY CLIFF ROSKY | COLLEGE OF LAW

 

 

Capital Cinema: Visualizing Madrid from Dictatorship to Democracy

BY JACQUELINE SHEEAN | WORLD LANGUAGES & LITERATURE

 

In Range, a nonfiction book

BY TAYLOR BRORBY 

 

 

Feminist perspectives in medical research ethics: a philosophical analysis

By LIDA SARAFRAZARPATAPEH | Department of PHILOSOPHY

 

 

Getting Creative with Style in the Flow of Expert Action

By SPENCER IVY | Department of philosophy

 

"The Intellectual Roots of Latter-day Saint Creation/Evolution Conflict in the Twentieth Century: Expertise, Exegesis, and Ecclesiology”

By BENJAMIN SPACKMAN | CLAREMONT GRADUATE UNIVERSITY

 

Last Updated: 9/7/22