If present, follow the highlighted links to read reports
on the Princeton research provided by the fellows.
Unless otherwise noted, these fellowships have been funded by the Friends of the Princeton University Library.
2003-2004 Friends of the Princeton University Library Research Grants
Winners and their topics
· Daisy Aaronian (Columbia University), "The Censorship of Simon Goulart in the 1595 Geneva edition of Montaigne's Essais."[Sponsored in part by the Council of the Humanities]
·Margaret Abruzzo (University of Notre Dame, Indiana), "Polemical Pain: Slavery, Suffering, and Sympathy in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Moral Debate." [Funded by Mudd Manuscript Library]
·Michael Broers (University of Aberdeen, UK), "The Napoleonic State in Italy, 1796-1814: Cultural Imperialism in a European Context?"
· Pierre Cassou-Nogues (CNRS/Universite de Lille III), "Goedel's Logic and Philosophy." [Sponsored in part by the Council of the Humanities]
·Daniel M. Cobb (University of Oklahoma, Norman), "A War for Self-Determination: Culture, Poverty, and the Politics of Indian Community Action, 1960-1975."
·Alix Cooper (SUNY Stony Brook, NY), "Inventing the Indigenous: Writing Local Nature in Early Modern Europe."
·Kermit Dunkelberg (Hamilton College), "Jerzy Grotowski and North American Theatre."
·Christiane Gruber (University of Pennsylvania), "The Prophet Muhammad's Heavenly Ascension in Islamic Theological and Eschatological Texts."
· John B. Hench (American Antiquarian Society), "A D-Day for American Books in Europe: Overseas Editions, Inc., 1944-1945."
· Damien Keane (University of Pennsylvania), "Monitoring International Radio Propaganda: The Holdings of the Princeton Listening Center."
· Eleni Koutrianou (University of Cyprus), "Nicolas Calas-Nanos Valaoritis: A Correspondence (1958-1969; 1970-1982)." [Funded by the Program in Hellenic Studies]
· Sara Pankenier (Stanford University), "Concepts of the 'Child' in the Russian Avant-Garde Aesthetic." [Funded by the Cotsen Children's Library]
· Rebecca Plant (University of California at San Diego), "The Repeal of Mother Love: Momism, and the Reconstruction of Motherhood in Philip Wylie's America."
· Ralf Remshardt (University of Florida at Gainesville), "Alexander Black's 'Picture Plays'."
·Matthias Richter (University of Hamburg):
· Thomas Robertson (University of Wisconsin-Madison), "The Population Explosion: Population Growth, Environmentalism, and American Culture." [Funded by Mudd Manuscript Library]
· Henry S. Sommerville (University of Rochester), "Publishers and Mass Modernism: Aesthetic Distinction and the Literature Business, 1945-1975."
·Toshihiro Togo (Kyoto University):
Josh Yiu (Oxford University):