Institute of Historical Studies
Institute of Historical Studies

Fellows, 2019-2020

Visiting Research Fellows

José Carlos de la Puente
Associate Professor of History, Texas State University
Ph.D., Texas Christian University, 2010
Sapçi: A History of Colonial Andean Commons

Leone Musgrave
Fellow, American Councils for Int'l Education, Southern Federal University in Rostov-on-Don (Russia)
Social Democracies, Mountain Republics, and Shifting Jamāʿāt: New Caucasus Solidarities and the Age of Eurasian Revolution

Internal Research Fellows

Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra
The Radical Spanish Empire: Petitions and the Creation of the New World

Indrani Chatterjee
Unbecoming Governors: Households in the Reconstitution of Caste, Community and Gender in Colonial South Asia

Lina del Castillo
Colombia’s Paper Empire: Cosmopolitanism, Print Culture, and Geopolitics in the Age of Revolutions

Martha G. Newman
Gender, Narrative, and the Construction of Self in Medieval Monastic Communities c. 1200

Cynthia Talbot
Martial Sentiments: Writing Warrior Histories in Mughal India, 1590-1680

Internal Postdoctoral Fellows

Christopher Rose
Disease, Depravity, and Revolution: The Breakdown of Public Health in Egypt 1914-1919

Eyal Weinberg
Tending to the Body Politic: Doctors, Military Repression, and Transitional Justice in Brazil, 1961-1988

Visiting Research Affiliates

Rodolfo John Alaniz, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Scholar
Darwin in the Deep: Marine Invertebrates, Evolutionary Methodologies, and the Nineteenth-Century Debate Over Natural Selection

Emily Hutcheson
Doctoral Student, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Living Sea: Marine Algae, Symbiosis and Networks of Global Knowledge 1880-1930

Stephen Jackson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of History, The University of Sioux Falls
Globalizing American Students: How Texas World History Textbooks Depicted the World, 1945-2010

Tommy Jamison
Doctoral Student, Harvard University
Pacific Wars: Peripheral Conflict and the Making of the U.S. New Navy, 1865-1897

Marta Kane, Ph.D.
Research Associate in History & Social Sciences
University of Montpellier | Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Social Sciences and Humanities (France)
Franco-American Exchanges in Humanities, Social Sciences and Economics from 1870 to 1932

John Lisle, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Scholar
Science and Espionage: How the State Department and the CIA Deployed American Scientists during the Cold War

Carla Rahn Phillip, Ph.D.
Union Pacific Professor Emerita in Comparative Early Modern History, University of Minnesota
The Struggle for the South Atlantic in the Late Sixteenth Century

William D. Phillips, Jr., Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of History, University of Minnesota
European World in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries

Lydia Pyne, Ph.D.
Writer and Historian
Genuine Fakes: The Obsession with Authenticity

Joshua L. Roebke
Author, instructor, historian of science
The Invisible World: The Story of Physics in the Twentieth Century

Woodruff D. Smith, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of History, University of Massachusetts, Boston
The Practice of Capitalism and the Construction of a Capitalist Imaginary in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

Lena Oak Suk, Ph.D.
Independent Scholar
In the Darkness of the Cinema: Gender, Race, and Urban Space in Brazil

Past Fellows and Affiliates
Downloadable list, 2018-19
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