Institute of Historical Studies
Institute of Historical Studies

IHS Visiting Research Fellows Announced, 2009-10

Fri, July 24, 2009
IHS Visiting Research Fellows Announced, 2009-10
Fellows arriving from American Univ. in Cairo, Ohio State Univ., North Carolina State University, Univ. of San Francisco, and Univ. of Virginia

Embarking on its second year of programming under the Global Borders theme, the IHS has appointed five visiting research fellows from eminent institutions across the country. Fellows will present workshops on their current projects and will participate in institute conferences and events throughout the year in addition to performing scholarly research their fields of specialty.

“We’re looking forward to another invigorating and very productive year,” noted IHS Director Julie Hardwick, "The fellows' interests range across a diverse spectrum, and we anticipate rich conversations as they engage with each other and our own faculty to pursue their own projects and explore global borders."

The 2009-10 Visiting Research Fellows are:

Jennifer Derr
Assistant Professor, American University in Cairo
Ph.D., Stanford University, 2009
Workshop Date: November 12, 2009
Agriculture, Water, and Senses of Time in Colonial Egypt

Grace Hale
Associate Professor, University of Virginia
Ph.D., Rutgers University, 1995
Workshop Date: March 22, 2010
Shooting in Harlan: Documentary Work and New Left Politics

Julio Moreno
Associate Professor, University of San Francisco
Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, 1998
Workshop Date: October 26, 2009
What Global Capitalism Leaves to the Nation: Coca-Cola in Latin America and Corporate Strategies for Localizing the Global and Globalizing the Local

Brent Sirota
Assistant Professor, North Carolina State University
Ph.D., University of Chicago, 2007
Workshop Date: January 25, 2010
The 'Long Church' Movement: Anglican Humanitarianism, 1690-1730

Sarah Van Beurden
Assistant Professor, Ohio State University
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 2009
Workshop Date: April 26, 2010
The Object of Diaspora: African Art and postwar cultural politics in the U.S.A.


Read more about the IHS Fellows

View the IHS calendar upcoming workshops and events

Learn about applying for a residential fellowship

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