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.
2012-2013 Princeton University Library Research Grants
Winners and their topics
·Megan M. Brandow-Faller (City University of New York/ Kingsborough Community College): "An Artist in Every Child-A Child in Every Artist: Avant-Garde Frauenkunst and Kinderkunst in Vienna, 1897-1930." Funded by the Cotsen Children's Library.
·Amanda M. Brian (Coastal Carolina University): "The Wider and Whiter World in German Mechanical Books." Funded by the Cotsen Children's Library.
·Lolita K. Buckner-Inniss (Cleveland State University): "The Princeton Fugitive Slave Case." Funded by the Barksdale-Dabney-Henry Fund.
·Guangmeng Chen (Sichuan International Studies University): "CFR's China Project and the Shift of Sino-US Relations: 1962-1969." Funded by the Mudd Manuscript Library.
·Phil W. Clements (University of California San Diego): "The Coldest War: Heroism and Science on the 1963 American Mount Everest Expedition."
·Piroska E. Csúri (Universidad de San Andres, Argentina): "Photography, the Scientific Image and Notion(s) of Objectivity: Photographic And Photographically-Based Images in Astronomy and the Social Legitimation of Science."
·Michael F. D'Alessandro (Boston University): "Staged Readings: Sensationalism and Audience in Popular American Literature and Theater, 1835-1870."
·Pauline de Tholozany (Gettysburg College): "The maladroit child: Infantile clumsiness in 19th-century French and English Children's books." Funded by the Cotsen Children's Library.
·Kristi A. Eastin (California State University, Fresno): ""Picturing the Georgics: Visual Translations of Virgil's Rustic Poetry"."
·David S. Francis (Harvard University): "Portrait of the Artist (and Writer): Severo Sarduy." Funded by the Graphic Arts Collection.
·Joseph P. Haker (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities): "The Rock of the Republic: Ten Commandments Monuments and the Making of a Christian Nation."
·Alexandra J. Harmon (University of Washington, Seattle): "The Non-Indian Problem: History, Law, and Indian Tribes' Quest for Sovereignty."
·Stephen P.G. Henighan (University of Guelph): "Sandino's Nation: Ernesto Cardenal and Sergio Ramírez Writing Nicaragua."
·Dustin L. Mengelkoch (Lake Forest College): "Annotating Statius: Quevedo and the Thebaid and Achilleid."
·Sidney L. Pash (Fayetteville State University): "(1)Defending the Open Door: Japanese-American Relations, 1899 to 1941 and (2) The Struggle for Turkish Neutrality in World War II."
·Rachel L. Pierce (University of Virginia): "Capitol Feminism: Work, Politics and Gender in Congress, 1960-1980."
·Alejandro Ramírez Lámbarry (Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla): "Augusto Monterroso, the fly on the canon." Funded by the Program in Latin American Studies.
·Ioannis Theocharis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki): "The Architectural Sculpture of Athens from the Late Antique to the middle Byzantine Period. The Contribution of Al. Frantz's photos." Funded by Hellenic Studies.
·Amy M. Von Lintel (West Texas A&M University): "Art Within Reach: The Popular Origins of Art History." Funded by the Council on the Humanities.