September 20, 2004
Humanities Fellows Announced For 2004-05
The University's Humanities Institute has announced this year's
Fellows and their projects.
External Fellows are:
Elisabeth Frost, professor of
English, Fordham University
"In Another Tongue: Image, Text, and the Body in Contemporary
Feminist Art and Poetry"
Peg O'Connor, professor of women's studies and philosophy,
Gustavus Adolphus College
"Morality and Our Complicated Form of Life: Feminist Meta-Ethics"
UConn Fellows are:
Fakhreddin Azimi, associate professor of history
"Reinventing Authoritarian Rule in post-1953 Iran"
John Davis, professor of history
"The Jews of San Nicandro"
Cornelia Dayton, associate professor of history (deferred to 2005/2006)
"Self and Sanity in Pre-Asylum New England"
Jean Marsden, professor of English
"Drama and Eighteenth-Century Culture"
Sherri Olson, associate professor of history
"Peasant Culture and the Village Court: Medieval England's
Osvaldo Pardo, associate professor of modern & classical languages
(deferred to 2005/2006)
"Between Law and Religion: Honor in Early Colonial Latin America"
V. Penelope Pelizzon, assistant professor of English
"The Monongahela Book of Hours and New Poems"
Janet Watson, associate professor of history
"Telling War Stories: National Identity, Conservatism, and
the Memory of the Second World War in Britain, 1979-1995"
Graduate Student Dissertation Fellows are:
Andreas Prieto, modern & classical languages
"The Natural History of South American Jesuits: Nature, Evangelization
, and Political Propaganda in South America, 1588-1676"
Chandra Wells, English
"Befriending the Other(ed) Woman: Fictions of Interracial Female