Oregon Humanities Heart names 2022-23 faculty fellows

The Oregon Humanities Middle has declared the recipients of its 2022-23 college exploration and teaching fellowships.

The plan supports College of Oregon faculty users in producing exploration and acquiring programs in the humanities. Recipients of a college research fellowship get a time period free of teaching to go after complete-time investigate, which they are anticipated to share with the community in talks and general public displays.

Instructing fellowship recipients are envisioned to build or redesign undergraduate humanities programs.

See the fellowships webpage of the Oregon Humanities Heart web site for extra information.

Oregon Humanities Centre 2022-23 fellowship recipients are:

Faculty Study Fellows  

Faith Barter, Office of English: “Black Pro-Se: Authorship and the Restrictions of Law in 19th-Century African American Literature,” Ernest G. Moll Exploration Fellowship in Literary Research.

Stephanie Clark, Department of English: “A King Will have to Acquire a Wife: Acquire, Possession, and Personhood in Early Medieval England,” Ernest G. Moll Study Fellowship in Literary Scientific studies.

Spike Gildea, Department of Linguistics: “Ideophones in Werikyana and Other Cariban Languages.” 

Solmaz Mohammadzadeh Kive, Section of Interior Architecture: “Before “Islamic Art.”

Laura Pulido, Section of Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Research and Department of Geography: “Representing White Supremacy in Landscapes of Historical Commemoration.” 

Lynn Stephen, Department of Anthropology: “What is Justice? Addressing Violence versus Indigenous Gals in Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States,” Provost’s Senior Humanist Fellowship.

Arafaat Valiani, Section of Background: “Casting Health? The Politics of Genomic Science, Precision Medication, and Race in India and North America,” VPRI Completion Award.

Sarah Wald, Environmental Scientific studies Application and Section of English: “Race, Recreation, and General public Lands: Storytelling in the Outside Fairness Movement,” Ernest G. Moll Research Fellowship in Literary Studies.

Julie M. Weise, Department of Heritage: “Guest Employee: A Historical past of Ideas, 1919-75.”

Priscilla Yamin, Section of Political Science: “Historicizing Social Egg Freezing: Eugenics, Feminism, and the Commodification of Motherhood.”

Alternate School Research Fellows 

Erin Moore, Division of Architecture and Environmental Research Method: “Pipeline Room, Domestic Area: New Structures in Indigenous Pipeline Resistance.” 

Bonnie Mann, Division of Philosophy: “Feminist Phenomenology: Essays for the Next Intercourse in the 20-Very first Century.”

Michael Aronson, Department of Cinema Scientific studies: “Klan Mouse: The Birth of a Nation Redux and White Cultural Nationalism in the 1920s Pacific Northwest.”

Lara Bovilsky, Section of English: “Rogue Crafting: Mary Cowden Clarke’s “The Girlhood of Shakespeare’s Heroines and the Rise of Admirer Fiction as Critique.” 

Educating Fellows 

Melissa Graboyes, Office of History: HIST/GLBL 3XX Worldwide Wellbeing History. “Coleman-Guitteau Professorship in the Humanities.”

Claire Herbert, Section of Sociology: SOC 399 Sociology of Residence. Wulf Professorship in the Humanities.

Caroline Lundquist, Division of Philosophy, Jail Education Method, Department of Geography, and Clark Honors University: PHIL 199 Ethics Via Science Fiction. Wulf Professorship in the Humanities.

Arafaat Valiani, Division of Heritage: HIST 4XX Frontiers of the Life Sciences: From Imperial Explorations to Postgenomics. Coleman-Guitteau Professorship in the Humanities.

Dissertation Fellows 

Sarah McLay, Department of Philosophy: “Embodied Ambiguity: In the direction of a Important Phenomenology of Health issues.”

Zeinab Nobowati, Department of Philosophy: “Critique and the Ambivalence of Colonial Modernity: Toward a Postcolonial Genealogical Critique.” 

Yossa Vidal Collados, Office of Romance Languages “Memories of Betrayal and Betrayal of Memory: Narratives of Defeat in Chile and Argentina.” 

Alternate Dissertation Fellows 

Nadège Lejeune, Office of Comparative Literature: “Authors and the Meta-Literary: The Politics of Publication in Francophone Literature.”

Emily Lawhead, Division of the History of Artwork and Architecture: “Networks of Experience: Interactive Digital Artwork in the 21st Century.”

Xiaoyu Wang, Section of East Asian Languages and Literatures: “The Struggling Self-Consciousness: Wish, Recognition, and Illusion in Fashionable Okinawan Literature.” 

Graduate Exploration Aid Fellows 

Pierce Allen Bateman, Division of Background: “From Anchorage to Hawaii on the Hula Hoop: Alaska-Pacific Connections, 1867-2017.”

Molly McBride, Office of Anthropology: “Queer Resiliency and Expressive Lifestyle in a Midwestern Lesbian-Feminist Local community.”

Gloria Lizette Macedo Janto, Division of Romance Languages: “Gender Roles in the Testimonial Narrative of Andean Girls from Peru (1980-2000).”

Michele D. Pflug, Division of Historical past: “’In Pursuit of Butterflies’: Gender, Insanity, and All-natural Background in the English Countryside, 1655-1715.” 

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