Leaving a Legacy of Impact

Former Fellows Spotlight

Through its annual residential fellowships, the Humanities Institute (UCHI) provides an interdisciplinary environment in which junior and senior scholars from around the world come together to think, collaborate, and write. The impact of this opportunity not only shapes the creative mind of our fellows during their residency, but also informs their scholastic contributions long #afterUCHI.

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Aimee Loiselle

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Aimee Loiselle

UCHI is thrilled to congratulate former UCHI graduate fellow Dr. Aimee Loiselle on winning the Catherine Prelinger Award awarded to “a scholar of excellence” by the Coordinating Council for Women in History. Dr. Loiselle's research endeavors and service to women, along with her personal story and non-traditional pathway to academia, embody the spirit of the Prelinger Award. The committee was particularly impressed by her commitment to mentoring and teaching immigrant women and her dedication to highlighting ordinary women’s voices and experiences. Expanding on her award-winning dissertation, the book project, Creating Norma Rae: Southern Labor Activists and Puerto Rican Needleworkers Lost in Reagan’s America, stood out as cutting-edge, comprehensive, and timely. This book promises to be a major contribution to cultural history, labor history, oral history, women’s and gender history, and the history of capitalism and transnational political economies. Dr. Loiselle is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Reproductive Justice History Project at Smith College.

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Margo L. Machida

UCHI is excited to congratulate former UCHI fellow Dr. Margo L. Machida on winning the 2021 CAA Award for Excellence in Diversity. The Excellence in Diversity Award, established in 2017, recognizes outstanding efforts in arts programming, projects, and/or scholarship to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion. Machida is a pioneer in the academic study of Asian American art. As the CAA notes “there is certainly a vibrant community arts movement that challenges mainstream perceptions of American art, Asian diaspora, global migration, and contemporary visual culture. Machida is at its center, an advocate, participant observant, and critical theorist driven by the imperatives of both ethics and aesthetics.” Congrats Margo!

Featured Former Fellow

Hassanaly Ladha (UConn; Litteratures, Cultures & Languages)

All Former Fellows

2020–2021

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Erica Holberg
Philosophy
“The Pleasures of Anger: Insights from Aristotle and Kant on Getting Mad, Staying Mad, and Doing This With Others”

David Samuels
Music, New York University
“Early Folk World: Music, Industrial Modernity, and the Anguish of Community in the 20th Century”

Amy Meyers
Luce Foundation Future of Truth Fellow
“William Bartram and the Origins of American Environmental Thought”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Elizabeth Athens
Art History
“Figuring a World: William Bartram’s Natural History”

Amanda J. Crawford
Journalism
“The Sky is Crying: The Sandy Hook Shooting and the Battle for Truth”

Sean Frederick Forbes
UCHI/Mellon Faculty Fellow
English & Creative Writing
“Archaeological Revival: A Book of Poems”

Melanie Newport
History
“This is My Jail: Reform and Mass Incarceration in Chicago and Cook County”

Helen M. Rozwadowski
History
“Science as Frontier: History Hidden in Plain Sight”

Sara Silverstein
History & Human Rights
“Toward Global Health: A History of International Collaboration”

Scott Wallace
Journalism
“The Bleeding Frontier: Indigenous Warriors in the Battle for the Amazon and Planet Earth”

Sarah Winter
English
“The Right to a Remedy: Habeas Corpus, Empire, and Human Rights Narratives”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Nicole Breault
Draper Dissertation Fellow
History
“The Night Watch of Boston: Law and Governance in Eighteenth-Century British America”

Kerry Carnahan
English
“Song of Songs: A New Translation with Commentary”

Ashley P. Gangi
English
“May I Present Myself? Masks, Masquerades, and the Drama of Identity in Nineteenth Century American Literature”

Shaine Scarminach
History
“‘Lost at Sea’: The United States and the Struggle to Govern the World’s Oceans”

2019–2020

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Kornel Chang
History, Rutgers University
“The Lost Dreams of Liberation: A Story of Decolonization in U.S.-Occupied Korea, 1945–1948”

Daniel Cohen
History, Case Western Reserve University
“Burning the Charlestown Convent: Private Lives, Public Outrage, and Contested Memories in America’s Civil War Generation”

Joseph Ulatowski
Philosophy, University of Waikato, New Zealand
“Why Facts Matter: Pluralism about Facts in the Age of Fake News”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Emma Amador
History & El Instituto
“Consenting Colonialism: Puerto Ricans and the Politics of Welfare in the 20th Century”

Alexander Anievas
Political Science
“Race to Rollback: Far-Right Power in America’s Global Cold War”

Andrea Celli
Literatures, Cultures, and Languages
“Hagar the Outcast: Reappraisals of a Biblical Theme in the Context of Post-Tridentine Culture”

Patricia Morgne Cramer
English
“What Are the Wild Waves Saying: Virginia Woolf, Bloomsbury, and the Public Schools”

Debapriya Sarkar
English
“Possible Knowledge: The Literary Forms of Early Modern Science”

Nu-Anh Tran
History & Asian and Asian American Studies Institute
“Disunion: Anticommunist Nationalists in the Republic of Vietnam, 1954–1963”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Nathan Braccio
Draper Dissertation Fellow
History
“Parallel Landscapes: Algonquian and English Spatial Understandings of New England, 1500–1700”

Laura Godfrey
English
“Writing National Tragedies: Race and Disability in Contemporary U.S. Literature and Culture”

Hayley Stefan
English
“‘Be Wholly Out of Body’: Astonishment in Late Medieval English Literature”

Jessica Strom
History
“Financing Revolution: Adriano Lemmi and the Struggle for Italian Unification”

2018–2019

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Katherine Rye Jewell
History
“Live from the Underground: College Radio in the Era of the Culture Wars”

Jonathan E. Robins
Global History
“Oil Palm:  a Global History of an African Tree”

ACLS Burkhardt Visiting Fellow

 Katherine Grandjean
History
“In the Kingdom of Devils: The Harpe Murders and the Legacies of the American Revolution”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Dorit Bar-On
Philosophy
“Expression, Communication, and Origins of Meaning”

Jason Oliver Chang
History/Asian American Studies
“Shore Leave:  Asian Sailors, Maritime Culture, and the Making of Greater Asian America”

Dexter J. Gabriel
History
“Jubilee’s Experiment:  The British West Indies and American Abolitionism.”

Ellen Litman
English
“Love Lesson:  Coming of Age in the Post-Perestroika Russia”

Stuart S. Miller
Literatures, Cultures and Languages
“From Temple to Home to Community:  The Survival and Transformation of Ancient Jewish Life in the Wake of Catastrophe.”

 Lynne Tirrell
Philosophy
“Toxic Speech”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Aimee Loiselle
History
“Creating Norma Rae:  The Erasure of Puerto Rican Needleworkers and Southern Labor Activists in the Making of a Neoliberal Icon.”

Amy Sopcak-Joseph
Draper Dissertation Fellow
History
“Fashioning American Women: Godey’s Lady’s Book, Female Consumers, and Periodical Publishing in the Nineteenth Century.”

Adrian Stegovec
Linguistics
“Why only person?  The exceptionality of person in syntax and its interfaces.”

Humility and Conviction in Public Life Fellows

Richard Frieder (fall 2018)
“Employing Dialogue and Deliberation to Foster Humility and Achieve Community Driven Change in Hartford”

 Maxime LePoutre (spring 2019)
“Ignorance and Democratic Speech:  Understanding the Challenge Ignorance Poses for Inclusive Deliberation”

William McMillan (fall 2018)
“Mapping the Potential Limits of Epistemic Humility and Conviction within an Influential Evangelical Christian Tradition”

Lani Watson (spring 2019)
“Educating for good questioning as a form of intellectual humility”

2017–2018

Distinguished Visiting Fellow

Jill Lepore
American History, Harvard University

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Deirdre Bair
English & Comparative Literature
“Bio/Memoir: The Accidental Biographer”

Rebecca Gould
Comparative Literature & Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies, University of Birmingham
“Narrating Catastrophe: Forced Migration from Colonialism to Postcoloniality in the Caucasus”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Eleni Coundouriotis
English
“The Hospital and the State: Readings in Anglophone Fiction”

Ruth Glasser
Urban Studies & History
“Brass City, Grass Roots: The Persistence of Farming in Industrial Waterbury, CT, 1870–1980”

Kenneth Gouwens
History
“A Translation of Paolo Giovio’s Elogia of Literati”

Jeffrey O.G. Ogbar
History
“Becoming Atlanta: Political Power, Progress in the Capital of the New South”

Nancy Shoemaker
History
“A History of Soap: Oils, Chemistry, and the Rise of the Global Composite”

Harry van der Hulst
Linguistics
“It Means What you See (But You Have to Look for It)”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Sarah Berry
Draper Dissertation Fellow
English
“The Politics of Voice in Twentieth-Century Poetic Drama”

Laura Wright
Draper Dissertation Fellow
English
“Prizing Difference: PEN Awards and Multiculturalist Politics in American Fiction”

Jorell Meléndez-Badillo
History
“The Lettered Barriada: Puerto Rican Workers’ Intellectual Community, 1897-1933”

Alycia LaGuardia-LoBianco
Philosophy
“Action-Guidance in Complicated Cases of Suffering”

Humility and Conviction in Public Life Fellows

James R. Beebe (Spring 2018)
Philosophy
University of Buffalo
“Humble Conviction in the Face of Peer Disagreement”

Richard Frieder (Spring 2018)
Community Capacity Builders
“Employing Dialogue and Deliberation to Foster Humility and Achieve Community Driven Change in Hartford”

Tracy Llanera (Fall 2017)
Philosophy
Macquarie University
“Combatting Egotism: Intellectual Humility as Self-Enlargement”

Ufuk Topkara (Fall 2017)
Islamic Theology
University of Paderborn
“The Convergence of Reason and Faith: Breaking Through the Fabricated Barriers to Discourse and Truth”

2016–2017

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Robert T. Chase
History, Stony Brook University
“Civil Rights on the Cell Block: Prisoners’ Rights Movements and the Construction of Carceral States, 1945–1995”

Leo J. Garofalo
History, Connecticut College
“Forging a Place in the Spanish Empire: Black European Sailors, Soldiers, and Traders to the Americas”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Anna Mae Duane
English
“Strange Place Blues: The Unusual Education of Three African American Leaders”

Mark Healey
History
“Waterscapes of Power in the Dry Lands of Argentina, 1880–2000”

Daniel Hershenzon
Literatures, Cultures & Languages
“Captivity, Commerce, and Communication: Early Modern Spain and the Mediterranean”

Daniel Silvermint
Philosophy and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program
“Complicit Identities: The Ethics of Looking Out for Yourself”

Christine Sylvester
Political Science and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program
“Objects of War: Whose Wars Are on View?"

Dimitris Xygalatas
Anthropology
“Homo Ritualis: Extreme Rituals as Social Technologies”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Jeffrey R. Egan
History
Draper Dissertation Fellow
“Watershed Decisions: The Environmental History of the Quabbin Reservoir, 1880–1940”

Melanie Meinzer
Political Science
Draper Dissertation Fellow
“Contested Consciousness: Foreign Aid and Palestinian Education in the West Bank and Jordan”

George Moore
English
“The Return of Dagon: Failed Iconoclasm in Early Modern English Literature”

Fabiana Viglione
Literatures, Cultures and Languages
“The Sale of Parga in the Nationalist Imaginary of 19th Century Italy: 1819–1858”

2015–2016

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Peter Constantine
Literatures, Cultures, and Languages
“Translation and Annotation of Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s Autobiography, Between the Millstones

Joshua Schechter
Philosophy, Brown University
“Reasoning and Rationality: The Epistemology of our Most Basic Patterns of Inference”

UConn Faculty Fellows

César Abadía-Barrero
Anthropology
“Health Ruins: From Post-Colonial to Post Neoliberal ‘Medical Care’ in Columbia”

Susan Einbinder
Literatures, Cultures & Languages
“Eleh Ezkerah: Trauma and Medieval Jewish Literature”

Hassanaly Ladha
Literatures, Cultures & Languages
“The Idea of Africa: Hegel, Architecture, and the Political Subject”

Diane Lillo-Martin
Linguistics
“Sign Language Acquisition: Archiving and Sharing”

Natalie Munro
Anthropology
“A 30,000 Year History of Human Foraging and Farming in the Aegean: The View from Franchthi Cave, Greece”

Brad Simpson
History
“The First Right: Self Determination and the Transformation of International Politics”

Peter Zarrow
History
“The Utopian Impulse in Modern Chinese Political Thought, 1890–1940”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Joanna A. MacGugan
English
“Competing Authorities and Contested Spaces: Dying in Dublin in the Reign of Edward I”

Christiana Salah
English
“The Popular Invention of the Victorian Governess, 1815-2015”

Hilary Bogert-Winkler
Draper Dissertation Fellow
History
“Prayerful Protest and Clandestine Conformity: Alternative Liturgies and the Book of Common Prayer in Interregnum England”

Allison B. Horrocks
Draper Dissertation Fellow
History
“‘The Family and the Home as the Nursery of Humanity’: Flemmie Kittrell and the International Politics of Home Economics”

2014–2015

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Rachel L. Greenblatt
History, Harvard University
“‘A Beautiful and Costly Procession’: Jewish Street in Imperial Celebration—Prague and Frankfurt Festivities on the Birth of a Habsburg Crown Prince (1716)”

Joseph McAlhany
Classics, Carthage College
“Collected Fragments of M. Terentius Varro, Text & Translation, with Accompanying Monograph”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Fakhreddin Azimi
History
“The Ascendancy of Khomeini: Illusions of secularity and rise of political Islam”

Frank Costigliola
History
“Kennan and Russia”

Martha J. Cutter
English
“Picturing Slavery: Illustrated Books and the Visual Culture of the Transatlantic Abolition Movement, 1820–1855”

Jeffrey R. Dudas
Political Science
“Regeneration through Rights: Law, Family, and the Making of Modern American Conservatism”

Fiona Somerset
English
“The Implications of Consent”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Gordon Fraser
Draper Dissertation Fellow
English
“American Cosmologies: Race and Revolution in the Nineteenth Century”

Christina Henderson
Draper Dissertation Fellow
English
“Cities of the Future: Literary Utopias, World's Fairs, and the Making of American Progressivism”

Beata Moskal
Linguistics
“Universals in Morphology and Morpho-Phonology”

Lucía García Santana
Literatures, Cultures, and Languages
“Transatlantic Intellectual Meridian: Spain in the Configuration of the Argentinean Field of Cultural Production”

2013–2014

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Mohammed Albakry
English & Applied Linguistics, Middle Tennessee State University
“The Tahir Plays: Dramatic Texts from the Egyptian Revolution”

Nicola McDonald
Medieval Studies, University of York, UK
“Fictions of Audacity: Middle English Romance and the Medieval Imagination”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Peter C. Baldwin
History
“Intimacy and Piety in Nineteenth Century New England: The Troubled Life of Samuel Edward Warren”

Kelly Dennis
Art History
"Desert Exposures: Aesthetics and Politics in Postwar Arizona Highways Magazine and the West"

Robin Adèle Greeley
Art History
“Between Campesino and State: Photography, Rurality, and Modernity in 20th Century Mexico”

Robert Gross
History
"The Transcendentalists and Their World"

Gregory Kneidel
English
“Donne’s Satires and Early Modern Equity”

Sarah Willen
Anthropology
“Renegade Moralities: Illegality, Exclusion, and Existential Struggle among African and Filipino Migrants in Israel”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Brandon Hawk
Medieval Studies
“Apocryphal Narratives in Old English Sermon Collections”

Michael Hughes
Philosophy
“The Epistemic Roles of Formal Coherence”

Jessica Linker
Draper Dissertation Fellow
History
“‘It is my wish to behold Ladies among my hearers’: Early American Women and Scientific Practice, 1720–1860”

2012–2013

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio
Italian & Cinema Studies, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez
“Amorous Visions: Fluid Sexual Moments in Italian Cinema”

Simon Yarrow
Medieval History, University of Birmingham, UK
“A Cultural Ethnography of the Cult of Relics in Twelfth and Thirteenth Century England”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Mary K. Bercaw Edwards
English & Maritime Studies
“Sailor Talk: Utterance, Labor, and Meaning in the Maritime World”

Adrienne Macki Braconi
Dramatic Arts
“Staging Ground: Harlem’s Theatre, National Identity and Community, 1925–1948”

Mary Burke
English
“‘White Irish?’ A Cultural History of the Scots-Irish”

Christopher Clark
History
“The Age of Freehold: American Ideas about Land and Farming from the Revolution to the Cold War”

Gregory M. Colón Semenza
English
“The History of British Literature on Film: 1895–2010”

Sebastian Wogenstein
Literatures, Cultures, and Languages
“Prophets and Heretics: Human Rights and the German Literary Imagination”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Anthony Antonucci
Dean's Dissertation Award
History
“Americans and the Mezzogiorno: United States Relations with the Regno delle Due Sicilie from Thomas Jefferson to Herman Melville, 1783–1861”

Jeremy DeAngelo
Medieval Studies
“Proper Conduct: Good Journeys in the Literature of the Medieval North Atlantic”

Antonio Guijarro-Donadios
Literatures, Cultures, and Languages
“‘Comical Spaces’: Everyday Practices in 17th-Century Urban Short Plays”

Mary Isbell
Dean's Dissertation Award
English
“Amateurs: Home, Shipboard, and Public Theatricals in the Nineteenth Century”

Pamela Longo
Dean's Dissertation Award
Medieval Studies
“As Olde Stories Tellen Us: Telling Tales and Framing Stories in Late Medieval Public Culture”

Linda Meditz
Dean's Dissertation Award
History
“God’s Captive: Piety and Ministry in the Life and Diary of Stephen Williams”

2011–2012

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Phyllis Cole
Pennsylvania State University
“The Afterlife of Margaret Fuller: Legacies in Transatlantic Feminism”

Melissa Homestead
University of Nebraska
“The Creative Partnership of Willa Cather and Edith Lewis”

Simon Yarrow
Universitas 21 Humanities Fellow
University of Birmingham
“A Cultural Ethnography of the Cult of Relics in Twelfth and Thirteenth Century England”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Eleni Coundouriotis
“The People's Right to the Novel: War Fiction in the Postcolony”

Brendan Kane
“Knowledge and the Legitimacy of Power in England and Ireland, 1500–1700”

Charles Mahoney
“Coleridge on Shakespeare”

Matthew McKenzie
“A History of Denial: Cultural Representation and Environmental Catastrophe on Georges Bank, 1872–1945”

Christopher Vials
“Dissonant Antifascism: The Political Left and the Idea of Fascism in U.S. Culture”

Janet Watson
“Telling War Stories: The Second World War in Postwar Britain”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Lindy Brady
Dean’s Dissertation Award

Omar Hassan Dphrepaulezz
Dean’s Dissertation Award

Alea Henle

Oliver Hiob
10th Anniversary Dissertation Fellow

Paul Silva

Patricia Taylor

2010–2011

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Anne Lambright

Joanne Melish

UConn Faculty Fellows

Emma Gilligan
History
“Zachistka: from Metallurgy to Human Cleansing”

Kenneth Gouwens
History
“Human Exceptionalism in the Renaissance”

Margo Machida
Art and Art History
“Resighting Hawai‘i: Global Flows and Island Imaginaries in Asian American and Native Hawaiian Art”

Gustavo Nanclares
Modern and Classical Languages
“War Film and the Film Wars: Mass Culture and the Political Imaginary in Spain (1898-1939)”

Marcus Rossberg
Philosophy
“Translation of G. Frege’s Grundgesetze der Arithmetik (Basic Laws of Arithmetic)”

Alexia Smith
Anthropology
“Social Response to Climate Change: Exploring the Collapse of the Akkadian Empire”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Asha Leena Bhandary
Dean’s Dissertation Award

Miloje Despić

Michael Neagle

2009–2010

UCHI Visiting Scholar

Naeem Murr
Creative Writing, Fiction
“Welcome to the Hotel of Strangers”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Clare Eby
English
"Until Choice Do Us Part: The Theory and Practice of Marriage in the Progressive Era"

Glen MacLeod
English
"Authenticity in American Art and Literature: From Casts and Copies to the Age of Mechanical Reproduction”

Janet L. Pritchard
Art and Art History
“Views from Wonderland, an artists' book”

Glenn Stanley
Music
“Fidelio and the Modern German Identity: Criticism and Performance of a National Cultural Icon”

Jennifer Terni
Modern and Classical Languages
“Elements of Mass Society: Paris 1830-1848”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Jennifer Lynn Holley
English
“The Child Elegy”

Sherry L. Zane
History
“The Politics of Sex, Scandals and Progressive Reform in Newport, Rhode Island, 1917–1921”

2008–2009

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Barbara Fultner

Stuart Leibman

UConn Faculty Fellows

Amanda Bailey

Jonathan D. Bobaljik

Rosa Helena Chinchilla

Jeremy Pressman

Helen Rozwadowski

Nancy Shoemaker

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Brian D. Carroll

Catherine Thompson

2007–2008

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Robert Bonner

Jennifer Travis

UConn Faculty Fellows

Joel Blatt

Paul Bloomfield

Mary Crawford

Sharon Harris

Brenda Murphy

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Katherine O’Sullivan

Andrew Pfrenger

2006–2007

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Michelle Bigenho

Sally O’Driscoll

UConn Faculty Fellows

Jacqueline Campbell

Anke Finger

Robin Greeley

Michael P. Lynch

Mark Overmyer-Velazquez

Guanhua Wang

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Jennie-Rebecca Falcetta

James Luberda

2005–2006

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Keith Brown
“Manifest Loyalties: The Routes of Modern Nationalism”

Pratima Prasad
“The French Romantic Novel and the Poetics of Race”

UConn Faculty Fellows

Cornelia Dayton
“Self and Sanity in Pre-Asylum New England”

Robert Hasenfratz
“Walking as Social Practice in Late Medieval England”

Benjamin Liu
“The Moor’s Treasure: Interfaith Economies in Early Spanish Literature”

Osvaldo Pardo
“Between Law and Religion: Honor in Early Colonial Latin America”

Altina Waller
“Margaret Eaton, Sexuality and Empowerment in Jacksonian America”

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Aparna Gollapudi
“The Reform Plot in English Comedy, 1696–1747”

Carolyn Schwarz
“Why Does ‘Religion’ Matter?: Power, Identity, and Daily Life in a Yolgnu Community, Australia”

2004–2005

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Elisabeth Frost

Peg O’Connor

UConn Faculty Fellows

Fakhreddin Azimi

John Davis

Jean Marsden

Sherri Olson

V. Penelope Pelizzon

Janet Watson

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Andreas Prieto

Chandra Wells

2003–2004

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Cynthia Macdonald

Sonya Stephens

UConn Faculty Fellows

Peter Baldwin

Rae Beth Gordon

Kenneth Gouwens

Joel Kupperman

Michael Orwicz

Sylvia Schafer

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Charles McGraw

Timothy Nulty

2002–2003

UCHI Visiting Scholars

Christopher Clark

Fred C. Inglis

UConn Faculty Fellows

Susan Porter Benson

Frank Costigliola

Anne D’Alleva

Anita Garey

Margaret Gilbert

Ross Miller

UConn Dissertation Research Scholars

Jonathan Carlyon

Jennifer Spinner

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Recent Books

Architecture of Freedom book
We are Not Slaves
Parisian Lives
Fighting for Dignity
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Book cover: Caring for Liberlism edited by Asha Bhandary and Amy R. Baehr
Book cover of Richard Rorty: Outgrowing Modern Nihilism by Tracey Llanera
Book Cover of The Sword is Not Enough by Jeremy Pressman