If present, follow the highlighted links to read reports
on the Princeton research provided by the fellows.
Unless otherwise noted, these grants have been funded by the Friends of the Princeton University Library.
2004-2005 Friends of the Princeton University Library Research Grants
Winners and their topics
· Diane Booton (Houghton Library, Harvard University) "Patronage and Production in Late Medieval Brittany."
· Caroline Cawthorn (Oxford University) "A Discipline from Heaven: Charles Kingsley and the Crimean War."
· Alison Chapman (University of Glasgow) "Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Expatriate Poetics."
· David Ekbladh (Johns Hopkins University) "The Great American Mission: Modernization in U.S. Foreign Relations in the 20th Century."
· Tamara Goeglein (Franklin & Marshall College) "Reading Renaissance Emblem Books as Memory Theatre." (Funded by the Council of the Humanities)
· Margaret Grubiak (University of Virginia) "God and Campus: The Architectural Argument for Religion in American Universities, 1900-1935."
· Michael Hopkins (Liverpool Hope University) "Dean Acheson and the Obligations of Power."
· William Husband (Oregon State University) "Nature in Modern Russia: A Social History." (Funded by the Cotsen Children's Library)
· Katerina Ierodiakonou (University of Athens) "Byzantine Logical Scholia in Princeton Ms. 173." (funded by Hellenic Studies)
· Bradley Jones (University of Glasgow) "Friends of the Government: The American Revolution and the Popular Political Culture of Loyalism in the British Atlantic World."
· Nicole Matthews (Liverpool John Moores University) "Post-war Publishers' Publicity: A Case Study of the Marketing of Helen MacInness's Spy Fiction."
·Daniel Maul (University of Munich) "The International Labour Organization and Decolonization: 1941-1965." (Funded by the Mudd Library)
·Ming-te Pan (SUNY Oswego) "The Ultimate Mercy to the Ultimate Punishment: The History of Capital Punishment in Qing China."
·Jong-Phil Park (University of Michigan) "Ensnaring the Public Eye: The Practice and Knowledge of Art in Late Ming Painting Manuals."
· Jacqueline Reid-Walsh (McGill University) "From Dissected Puzzles to Paper Doll Books to Digital Games: Late 18th/early 19th century Materials for Children as 'Interactive' Texts." (Funded by the Cotsen Children's Library)
·Patricia Sieber (Ohio State University) "Book Culture, Print Commerce and the Formation of European Sinology, 1800-1870."
· James Tierney (Emeritus, University of Missouri, St. Louis) "British Periodicals, 1660-1800: An Electronic Index."
·Sandrine Vuilleumier (University of Geneva) "Late Egyptian Rituals in Light of the Princeton Hieratic Papyri."