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Current Fellows

 

 

“Freedom Now: The Mississippi Freedom Movement in American History and Memory”

BYjames campbell | DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, stanford university


 

“Solidarity and Socialist Riches: East German Diplomacy, Environment, and Technology, 1949-1989”

BY JULIE AULT | DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY


 

 

“Emergent Engagements with Energy Democracy in Puerto Rico”

By DANIELLE ENDRES | Department of COMMUNICATION


 

 

“Disturbed Places and Troubled Times: Bikini, Chernobyl, Fukushima”

By KATHARINA GERSTENBERGER | Department of WORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURES


 

 

“Destigmata: Normalizing Narratives of Mental Illness”

BY HELENE A. SHUGART | DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION


 

 

“Misplaced Blame”

BY CINDY STARK | DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY


 

 

“Domesticating Disability: Post-Civil Rights Racial Disenfranchisement and the Birth of the Disabled Citizen”

BY LEZLIE FRYE | Gender Studies in the School for Cultural and Social Transformation


   

 


 

   

 


 

 

“The Life of Significant Soil’: Nature, Politics, and the Modernist Environmental Imagination”

By sean collins | Department of english


 

   

“Persistence through Change: On Preserving Evolvability as a Strategy for Biological Conservation”

By richard figueroa | Department of philosophy


 

 

“The (New) Science of Race: 23AndMe and Communicative Constructions of Blackness, Ethnicity, and Ancestry”

By charnell peters | Department of COMMUNICATION


 

 

“Fighting Words with Fists: The Paradoxes of the ‘Gater Incident’ at San Francisco State College, 1967-1969”

By Nkenna Onwuzuruoha | Department of english


 

“Churched Bodies’: Community, Immigrant Incorporation, and Embodied Practice Among Haitian Latter-day Saints”

By Janan Graham-Russell | Program in the Study of Religion, Harvard University


   

 


 

 

 

 

Last Updated: 8/31/21