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Current Fellows


Mary Catherine Mooney Fellowship: 

Michael H. Feinberg, Ph.D. candidate, University of Wisconsin, Madison, "Caribbean Landscapes, Colonial Landscaping, and Agencies beyond the Human in British Print Culture surrounding the Haitian Revolution” 

Caleb Loring, Jr., Fellowship:

Rebekah Bryer, Ph.D. candidate, Northwestern University, “National Acts: Performance, Commemoration, and the Construction of National Identity in the Aftermath of the Civil War”

American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Fellowship: 

Carl Kubler, Ph.D. candidate, University of Chicago, “Barbarians on the Shore: Global Trade and Everyday Life between China and the West, 1770-1853”

The American Congregational Association-Boston Athenæum Fellowship: 

Sarah Pawlicki, Ph.D. candidate, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities “I Hear That God Saith Work”: Mortality, Temporality, and Labor in New England, 1619-1680

The Suzanne and Caleb Loring Research Fellowship (Jointly with MHS): 

Andrew Donnelly, Ph.D. candidate, Harvard University, “Reconstructing Sexuality: The Politics of Sex and Manhood in the Civil War Era”

The New England Regional Fellowship

  • Kabria Baumgartner, Assistant Professor, University of New Hampshire Durham, “The Life and Times of Robert Morris: America’s First Human Rights Lawyer”
  • Mark Bland, independent scholar, “The World of Simon Waterson, Stationer: Family, Finance and the Control of the Book-Trade in Early Modern England”