Graduate Fellows

Alexander Balistreri, Near Eastern Studies, "The Tenacity of the Periphery: Establishing Nation and State in the Turkish - Caucasian Borderlands, 1850–1950"

Natalie Berkman, French and Italian, "The Mathematical Methods of the OuLiPo"

Yanie Fecu, Comparative Literature, "Noise and Variations: Decolonizing Sound in Post - 1945 Caribbean Literature and Music"

Joppan George, History, "Airborne Colony: The Culture and Politics of Aviation in India, 1910-1939"

Onur Gunay, Anthropology, "Becoming Kurdish: Migration, Labor, and Political Violence in Contemporary Turkey"

Saarah Jappie, History, ‘Swimming in his ocean’: time, archive and the transoceanic history-making of Shaykh Yusuf al-Maqassari

Evangelos Kotsioris, Architecture, "Komp'iuter Architecture(s), 195X-198X"

Rebecca Littman, Psychology, "Cycle of Violence: Perpetrating Violence and Identification with Violent Groups"

Glenn McDorman, History, "War and the Transformation of Communities in the Early Medieval West, 420-565" 

Elizabeth Nugent, Politics, "The Political Psychology of Repression and Polarization in Authoritarian Regimes" 

Morgan Robinson, History, "An Uncommon Standard: Students, Missionaries, and the Standardization of Swahili, 1864-1925"

Marcia Schenck, History, "From Africa to the German Democratic Republic and Back:  Uncovering the Life and Work Histories of Transcontinental Mozambican and Angolan Contract Workers"

Xander Slaski, Politics, "Multinational Corporations and Democratic Policymaking in Latin America"

Jill Stockwell, Comparative Literature, "The Death of the Poet: Literary Allusion and Cultural Memory in Turkish and Turkish-German Literature, 1963-2015"

Stephanie Tung, Art and Archaeology, “Discourses of Photography in Republican Era China”

Alienor van den Bosch, Politics, “Spending to Survive: The Politics of Economic Diversification in Oil-Rich Rentier Autocracies”