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Current Fellows

 


Obert C. & Grace A. Tanner Humanities Center Visiting Research Fellowship | The Virgil C. Aldrich Faculty Fellows | The Annie Clark Tanner Teaching & Research Fellow in Environmental Humanities | Graduate Research Fellows | Mormon Studies Graduate Research Fellow


research presentation schedule

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

C.J. Alvarez

Associate Professor, Mexican American and Latina-o Studies, University of Texas at Austin 

Research: "Desert Time"

About C.j.

  

The Virgil C. Aldrich Faculty Fellows

Jenny Andrus

Professor, Department of Writing and Rhetoric Studies

Research: "'Under His Thumb:' Storytelling about Staying in Violent Intimate Relationships"

About Jenny

Nadja Durbach

Professor, Department of History

Research: "From Slaves to Enslaved People: Slave Registration and the Emergence of Identity Documentation in the British World, 1812-34"
About Nadja

Eric Herschthal

Assistant Professor, Department of History

Research: "Carbon Conscripts: Slavery and the Origins of Climate Change"

 

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Thi Nguyen

Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy

Research: "The Social Function of Scoring Systems"

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Hua Zhu

Assistant Professor, Department of Writing and Rhetoric Studies 

Research: "From Resistance to Interconnectivity: Enacting the Rhetoric of Yin"

About Hua

 

The Annie Clark Tanner Teaching & Research Fellow in Environmental Humanities

Darcie DeAngelo

Assistant Professor, Department of Sociocultural Anthropology, University of Oklahoma 

Research: "For the Love of Rats" 

 

About Darcie

  

Graduate Research Fellows

Nicole Clawson

PhD Candidate, Department of Writing and Rhetoric Studies 

Research: "'We’re just people. We’re not these crazy guys with guns:' Rhetorical Narratives and Officer Identity Performance"

About Nicole

Matthew Glasgow

PhD Candidate, Department of English

Research: "They, or Restoration: An Essay"

About  Matty

Mormon Studies Graduate Research Fellow

Charlotte Hansen Terry 

PhD Candidate, Department of  History, University of California Davis 

Research: "To Make Saints: Mormon Adoptions and Familial Belonging in the Pacific"

About Charlotte

  

Last Updated: 2/5/24