Current IPRH Campus Fellows

The following are the current faculty and graduate student IPRH Campus fellows.

You can learn more about each of these fellows, as well as other IPRH fellows, at the "About" section of the IPRH website.

Faculty Fellows

Clara Bosak-Schroeder Classics
“Other Natures: Ecocultural Change in Ancient Greek Historiography”

Amanda Ciafone Media and Cinema Studies
“Growing Old in a Mediated Age”

Jenny L. Davis Anthropology
“Speaking with Two Spirits: Indigenous Language, Gender, and Sexuality in the Two Spirit Movement”

George Gasyna Slavic Languages and Literatures and Comparative and World Literature
“A Time for the Province: Palimpsest and Contact in Twentieth-Century Polish Borderland Literature”

Lindsay Rose Russell English
“Women and Dictionary Making: Gender, Genre, and English Language Lexicography”

Eleonora Stoppino French and Italian
“Ugly Beast, Talking Monkey: Contagion and Education in Medieval and Early Modern Culture”

David Wright English
“That Nigger Wild, a Novel”

Graduate Student Fellows

Marilia Correa History
“Unusual Suspects: Persecuted Soldiers Under Military Rule in Brazil, 1964–1985”

Brandon Jones English
“Green Hopes: Ecology and Utopia in Postwar American Fiction”

Joshua Levy History
“Eating Empire, Going Local: Food, Health, and Sovereignty on Pohnpei: 1898-1986”

Carolina Ortega History
“De Guanajuato to Green Bay: A Generational Story of Labor, Place, and Community”

Zachary Riebeling History
“After Meaning, After Trauma: The Crisis of History in Postwar German Thought, 1945–1987”

Michael Shetina English
“Are They Family? : Queer Parents and Queer Pasts in Contemporary American Culture”

Augustus Wood, III History
“Island of Fire in the Neoliberal City: The Black Working Class in Struggle in Atlanta, 1970–2000”