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Davis Fellows 2014-15

We're pleased to announce the Davis Center Fellows for 2014-15 under the topic of In the Aftermath of Catastrophe:

Nicole Archambeau, University of California, Santa Barbara
Topic:  Souls under Siege:  Surviving Plague, War, and Doubt in Fourteenth-Century Provence
First Semester

Pamela Ballinger, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Topic:  Forgotten Refugees:  Decolonization, Displaced Persons, and the Reconstruction of Italy, 1945-1960
Year

David Barnes, University of Pennsylvania
Topic:  Lazaretto Ghosts:  Remembered Trauma and the Meanings of Quarantine in the Nineteenth-Century City
Second Semester

Jennifer Foray, Purdue University
Topic:   Imperial Aftershocks:  The Legacies of Decolonization in the Netherlands
First Semester

Pierre Force, Columbia University
Topic:  Wealth and Disaster:  Atlantic Migrations from a Pyrenean Town in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Year

Atina Grossman, Cooper Union
Topic:  Remapping Survival:  Jewish Refugees and Lost Memories of Displacement, Trauma, and Rescue in Soviet Central Asia, Iran, and India
Second Semester

Rebecca Nedostup, Brown University
Topic:  Living and Dying in the Long War:  China and Taiwan, 1937-1959
Year

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Philip Nord, Director 2012-16