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Current Graduate Scholars-in-Residence

Graduate Scholars-in-Residence 2016-17

Rachel Boyle
PhD Candidate in History at Loyola University Chicago
She Shot Him Dead: Criminalized Women and the Struggle over Social Order in Chicago, 1870-1920

Eliot Fackler
PhD Candidate in History at University of Illinois at Chicago
Domesticating the Country: Indian Removal, Agricultural Colonization, and Ecological Change in the Great Black Swamp, 1783-1914

Alice Maggie Hazard
PhD Candidate in Art History at University of Illinois at Chicago
Building a Market for Death: Civil War Photographs and the Rise of Death and Mourning as a Public Experience in the 19th Century

Nathan Jérémie-Brink
PhD Candidate in History at Loyola University Chicago
“Gratuitous Distribution”: Distributing African American Antislavery Texts, 1773–1850

Graduate Scholars-in-Residence 2015-16

Joel Penning
PhD Candidate in History at Northwestern University
Building Walls, Building Cities: Urban Fortification in Early Modern Italy

Raashi Rastogi
PhD Candidate in Literature at Northwestern University
Compiled Subjects: Commonplacing Practice, Memory Technologies, and Renaissance Subjectivity

Daniel Webb
PhD Candidate in History at The University of Chicago
Southern Athapaskans and Western Science: Mapping an Ethnological History of the American Southwest, 1767-1887

Graduate Scholars-in-Residence 2014-15

Anthony Di Lorenzo
PhD Candidate in History at Loyola University Chicago
A Cosmopolitan Moment: American Political Associations and Atlantic Radicalism, 1789-1801

Robert Fulton
PhD Candidate in History at Northern Illinois University
Managing an Information Explosion: Civilian Administration and the Army of Louis XIV, 1661-1691

Jennifer Miller
PhD Candidate in History at West Virginia University
“Our Own Flesh and Blood”: Indians and Moravians in the Eighteenth Century Ohio Backcountry

Matthew Westerby
PhD Candidate in Art History at University of Wisconsin-Madison
Religious Experience and Monastic Identity in Romanesque Sculpture at Santa Maria de Ripoll (Catalonia), 1030-1180

Graduate Scholars-in-Residence 2013-14

Gregory Bereiter
PhD Candidate in History at Northern Illinois University
Cleric in Arms: Militant Catholicism and Religious Violence in France, 1584-1600

Neal Dugre
PhD Candidate in History at Northwestern University
Inventing New England: Inter-colonial Relations and the Structure of English Colonial Governance, 1630-1684

Charles Keenan
PhD Candidate in History at Northwestern University
Tolerating Toleration: The Catholic Church and Religious Difference in Early Modern Europe, c. 1570-1605

Courtney Wiersema
PhD Candidate in History at University of Notre Dame
Inhabiting Chicago: Home and Nature in an Industrial City, 1833-1893

Graduate Scholars-in-Residence 2012-13

John McCormack
PhD Candidate in History at University of Notre Dame
Wounded Faith: Monarchy and Memory in the French Wars of Religion, 1559-1629

Lesley Skousen
PhD Candidate in History at University of Wisconsin-Madison
Branding the Sinner a Subject: Benefit of Clergy in England and across the Atlantic, 1500-1920

Sarah Weicksel
PhD Candidate in History at The University of Chicago
The Fabric of War: Clothing, Culture and Violence in the American Civil War Era

Graduate Scholars-in-Residence 2011-12

Heath Carter
PhD Candidate in History at University of Notre Dame
Union Made: Working People and the Rise of Social Christianity in Chicago

Paul Durica
PhD Candidate in Literature at The University of Chicago
FluxAmericana: Tramps, Tramping and the Problem of Mobility in American Literature, 1878-1939

Michael Goode
PhD Candidate in History at University of Illinois at Chicago
We Struggle against Flesh and Blood: Colonial Violence and the Peace Testimony in Quaker Pennsylvania, 1681-1720

Elizabeth McGoey
PhD Candidate in Art History at Indiana University Bloomington
Staging Modern Domesticity: Art and Constructed Interior Displays in America, 1925-1940