Follow the highlighted links to read reports on the Princeton research provided by the fellows.
· Bangarth, Stephanie (University of Waterloo): "The Politics of Human Rights: The Co-Operative Committee for Japanese Canadians, The American Civil Liberties Union, and WWII Policies"
· Delap, Lucy (Kings College, Cambridge) "The Freewoman, 1911-1912: Citizenship, Identity, and Political Community"
· Gallardo Ortega, Juan Carlos (independent) "A Dramatization of Three Women through their Correspondence: María Rosa Oliver, Gabriela Mistral, and Victoria Ocampo"
·Hamilakis, Yannis(University of Wales Lampeter) "Bonfils in Athens: Photographs from the 1870s"
· Hidalgo, Enrique (Tufts University) "The Impact of East Asian Trade in Mexico's Independence"
· Koepp, Cynthia (Wells College) "The Forgotten Best-Seller of the Eighteenth-century: Re-Reading Le Spectacle de la nature by the Abbé Pluche"
· McMillen, Christian (Yale University) "Making Indian Law in Theory and Practice: The Association on American Indian Affairs and the Doctrine of Reserved Treaty Rights"
· Rosemblatt, Karin (Syracuse University) "Citizenship, State Devolution, and Neoliberal Reform in a Chilean Shantytown, 1960-1998"
· Seefeldt, Douglas (Arizona State University) "From Sacred Place to Resource Preserve and Back Again: Taos Pueblo's Blue Lake and Public Memory"
· Shikhsaidov, Amri(Russian Academy of Sciences, Daghestan Branch) "The Manuscripts of Imam Shamil's Library (The Garrett Collection of Princeton University Library)"
· Sola-Corbacho, Juan Carlos (independent) "Migration and Family in the Spanish World (1750-1850)"
· Van Delft, Louis (independent) "Theatrum Mundi Revisited"