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on the Princeton research provided by the fellows.
Unless otherwise noted, these grants have been funded by the Friends of the Princeton University Library.
2013-2014 Princeton University Library Research Grants
Winners and their topics
·Thomas Adam (The University of Texas at Arlington): "Scholarship Funds at Princeton University, 1800- 1945."
·Mike Amezcua (Northwestern University): "Out in the Cold: Mexicans, Deportations, and a New Campaign for Civil and Human Rights in Early Cold War America."
·Gregory Barnhisel (Duquesne University): "ColdWar Modernists: Modernist Art, US Cultural Diplomacy, and European Leftist Intellectuals in the Early Cold War." Funded by the Mudd Manuscript Library.
·Kostas Boyiopoulos (Durham University): "Anatomized Eros: The Decadent Poetics of Arthur Symons."
·Luiz de sa Junior (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro): "The construction of scholarly authority in the Portuguese humanistic writing." Funded by the Maxwell Fund.
·John Enyeart (Bucknell): "Louis Adamic's Political Odyssey."
·Sotirios Fotakidis (University of Athens, Greece): "Architectural Sculptures from Middle Byzantine Athens." Funded by Hellenic Studies.
·Cecilia Garcia-Huidobro (Universidad Diego Portales, Chile): "Drafts, Journals and Letters: Jose Donoso's Poetica Unveiled." Funded by the Council of the Humanities.
·Louise Joy (University of Cambridge): "The Affective Child: Eighteenth-Century Literature, Childhood and the Emotions." Funded by the Cotsen Children's Library.
·Dimitra Kotoula (A College Year in Athens/The British School): "Byzantine Recordings in 19th-early 20th century Greece (The case of Georgios Lambakes and the BRF Archive)." Funded by Hellenic Studies.
·Christopher Lukasik (Purdue University): "The Image In The Text: Intermediality, Illustration, and Nineteenth-Century American Literature." Funded by the Graphic Arts Collection.
·Rebecca Munson (University of California, Berkeley): "Shakespeare Offstage: Drama and Cultural Currency, 1603-1660." Funded by the Davies Project.
·Glenda Norquay (Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK): "Transatlantic Conversations at a Transitional Moment: Scribner's and their British Authors in the 1890s."
·Timothy Ormond (University of Toronto): "The Monumental Child: The Children's Illustrations and Stories of Aleksandr Samokhvalov, 1925-1932." Funded by the Cotsen Children's Library.
·Geoffrey Roberts (University College Cork): "George F. Kennan and Soviet Foreign Policy, 1944-1957: An Evaluation."
·Ibram Rogers (University at Albany - SUNY): "Black Students and Black Studies: A Founding History, 1966-1970."
·Sarah Rowley (Indiana University): "A New Right: The Cultural Politics of Abortion, 1960s-1980s."
·Ng Sau Wah (University of Oxford): "Dongshutang jigu fatie 東書堂集古法帖: A Study of the First Rubbing Collection in Ming China."
·Nathan Vedal (Harvard University): "Citing Banned Books in Early Modern China: A New Perspective on Qing Court Censorship and Book Compilation."
·Wil Verhoeven (University of Groningen, The Netherlands): "Enemies of the State: Sedition and Resistance in the Trans-Allegheny West, 1776 - 1806." Funded by the Sid Lapidus '59 Research Fund.
·Sara Weld (University of California, Santa Barbara): "Rare Books by Remarkable Russians: Toward a Radical Recontextualization of Early Soviet Picturebooks." Funded by the Cotsen Children's Library.
·Claude Willan (Stanford University): "'I love with all my heart': Jacobite poetry in Manuscript"