Library Resident Fellows

Susan E. Brandt, Temple University
Gifted women and skilled practioners: Gender and healing authority in the Mid-Atlantic region, 1740-1830

Susan L. Branson, Syracuse University
Animal magnetism in Nineteenth-Century America

Sarah Jane Chesney, College of William and Mary
The flowering web: Tracing William Hamilton's botanical network in late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth-Century Philadelphia

Andrew J. B. Fagal, Binghamton University
"To Provide for the Common Defense": The political economy of war in the Early American Republic, 1789-1818

Claire Gherini, Johns Hopkins University
"Addrift to Effect their Own Cure": Making and consuming medical knowledge in the plantation socieites of the Anglophone Atlantic, 1730-1800

Frances Gouda, University of Amsterdam
Colonial governance and public health, 1913-1942: A transnational study of Rockefeller Foundation initiatives in the Dutch East Indies, U.S. Philippines and Travancore (British India)

Jenny Heil, Emory University
The American Columbus: Chronology, geography, and the historical imagination in Nineteenth-Century literature

Lindsay M. Keiter, College of William and Mary
From alliance to affection: Region, religion, and republicanism in American marriages, 1750-1860

Joshua A. Kercsmar, University of Notre Dame
Living emblems: How animals shaped religious and political identity in America, 1630-1800

Sara Jane Kirshen, Columbia University
Valuing families: Marriage, statistics, and the state, 1800-1909

Maureen Mathews, Linacre College, University of Oxford
Hallowell Collection: Photographs and memories

Sarah McCaslin, University of Edinburgh
Performing Scottishness: Scottish clubs and societies in Scotland and America, 1750-1850

Keith Mikos, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Magnification: Meaning, metaphysics, and the microscope

Christopher R. Pearl, Binghamton University
"For the Good Order of Government": The American Revolution and the creation of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Ashley T. Rubin, University of California-Berkeley
Penal cycles: American punishment since the Revolution

David J. Silverman, George Washington University
Thundersticks: firearms and the transformation of Native America

David Singerman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
An empire of purity: Making the modern sugar economy, 1875-1925

Alistair Sponsel, Harvard University
Darwin, Lyell, and British geology in the mid-nineteenth century

Jef Van Der Aa, University of Jvaskyla, Finland
Language issues at the socialist scholars conferences: Dell Hymes' early engagement

Ashli White, University of Miami
Object lessons of the Revolutionary Atlantic

Isaiah Wilner, Yale University
Franz Boas and the transformation of race in America, 1858-1942

Laura Wright, Johns Hopkins University
The role of the Bible in the archaeological method of William F. Albright

Katherine Arner, Johns Hopkins University
Making yellow fever American: Disease knowledge and the geopoliltics of disease in the Atlantic World, 1793-1822

Heather R. Beatty, Oxford University, University of the Pacific
Patriots, politics and medical practitioners: Trans-Atlantic medical relations in the age of the American Revolution

Myles D. Beaupre, University of Notre Dame
"The Manifest Destiny of the Indian": Extinction, Native Americans, and human nature in nineteenth-century America

Margaret M. Bruchac, University of Connecticut
Indigenous informants and American anthropologists: Discursive encounters

Kenneth E. Carpenter, Independent Researcher
Disseminating economic literature before 1850

Renaud Contini, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Nurturing Utopia: Visions of order in the Jeffersonian ideology of western expansion, and its European parallels

Simon J. Gilhooley, Cornell University
The textuality of the Constitution and the origins of original intent

Lisa A. Green, University of California, Riverside
The modern synthesis of evolution and the biological sciences curriculum study

Rainer Hatoum , John F. Kennedy Institute, Free University Berlin
On the "exotic other" at the Pacific Northwest coast

Erica Rhodes Hayden, Vanderbilt University
"Plunged into a vortex of iniquity": Female criminality and punishment in Pennsylvania, 1820-1860

Henry Kammler, Goethe University Frankfurt, Institut fuer Ethnologie
"Ditidaht texts" (edition of the Haas-Swadesh corpus of Ditidaht texts collected in 1931)

Joseph Daniel Martin, University of Minnesota
Good fences make good neighbors: Building the boundaries of solid state physics, 1940-1975

Brenna S. O'Rourke, Temple University
"A revolution in the price of commodities": Gender, capitalism, and the life of Stephen Girard

Katherine Paugh, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Thomas Thistlewood and the great pox: A Jamaican overseer's ideas about race, venereal disease, and infertility, 1750-1786

Dolores Pfeuffer-Scherer, Temple University
The Franklin women: Kinship, gender roles, and public culture in Philadelphia and beyond, 1720-1900

Jayne Ptolemy, Yale University
"To extend the empire of civilization and knowledge": Philadelphian Quakers and the frontier in the benevolent imagination

Concepcion Saenz-Cambra, European Union (EACEA)
Early twentieth century American women mapping Indian territory: The case of Elsie Clews Parsons

Funke Sangodeyi, Harvard University
The body as ecosystem: Gut flora, good germs and microbial ecology, 1940s-2000s

Heather A. Shannon, Rutgers University
Just an amateur: Adam Clark Vroman, photography, and the American West, 1895-1904

Brooke Sherrard, Florida State University
American Biblical archaeology, 1838-1971: Faith, land, and the politics of historical proof

Gaye Wilson, University of Edinburgh
Thomas Jefferson: Image and ideology

Michael Block, University of Southern California
New England merchants, the China trade, and the origins of California

Julia S. Byl, Independent Scholar
Retreating borders: Musical Islam in an unconverted land

Simon Finger, Princeton University
"A soul expanding for the common weal": John Fothergill's Republic of Physick

Anna Foy, University of Pennsylvania
Eighteenth-century British and American literatures of "rural oeconomy" and agricultural improvement

Joanna Frang, Brandeis University
Becoming American on the Grand Tour, 1740-1830

Sandra Garner, Ohio State University
Roads to and from Sun Dance: Reclamations and revitalization of an indigenous religious ritual

Katherine Gray, Johns Hopkins University
Mixed company: Youth in Philadelphia, 1750-1815

Anthony Q. Hazard, Jr., Northwestern University
Postwar anti-racism: The United States, Unesco and "Race," 1945-1968

Neal Holtan, University of Minnesota
From eugenics to medical counseling: Human genetics transformed

Natalie Inman, Vanderbilt University
Networking and negotiation on the trans-Appalachian frontier: A comparative study of strategy decision-making in Cherokee, Chicasaw, and Anglo-American communities, 1700-1840

Paul Lawrie, University of Toronto
"To make the negro anew": Practicing eugenics in the measurement and rehabilitation of black bodies in modern America, 1890-1935

Christopher R. Lawton, University of Georgia
Looking down: Outsider eyes and the American South, 1740-1861

Jean-François Lozier, University of Toronto
In each other's arms: The St. Lawrence mission villages and France at war

Emily Ogden, University of Pennsylvania
Imagination's error: Franklin, Mesmer, and the testifying body in Early American science

Michelle Orihel, Syracuse University
"The infamy of self-creation": The Democratic-Republican societies and political communication in the Early American republic

Christopher Parsons, University of Toronto
Plants and peoples in early French North America

Katherine Proctor, Cornell University
A cultural history of instruments: Doing science in 19th century America

Sergio Romero, Vanderbilt University
Development of pastoral registers of Kichean languages

Wendy Wong, Temple University
Diplomatic subtleties and frank overtures: Publicity, diplomacy and neutralilty in the Early Republic, 1793-1801

Susan Heuck Allen, Smith College
Trench warfare: Archaeologists of the OSS Greek Desk

Edward E. Andrews, University of New Hampshire
Prodigal sons: Indigenous missionaries in the British Atlantic, 1640-1790

Cynthia Baughman, Independent Scholar Top Secret Rosies: The female computers who helped win World War II

Tyler Boulware, West Virginia University
Deconstructing the Cherokee Nation: Town, regional, and national identities among eighteenth-century Cherokees

Terry M. Christensen, Oregon State University John Archibald Wheeler: A study in the pedagogy, philosophy, and poliltics of Twentieth Century physics

Kevin P. Donnelly, Brandeis University
Adolphe Quetelet: Professional science, social theory, and the new intellectual hierarchy, 1800-1875

Donna J. Drucker, Indiana University at Bloomington The intellectual life of Alfred Kinsey

Nicole Eustace, New York University
War ardor: Sex and sentiment in the War of 1812

David F. Gruber, Rutgers University A biography of Daniel Carleton Gajdusek

Robert Holmes, University of Texas at Austin
Elixir of life: Radiation medicine in America, 1895-1960

Jeffrey D. Kaja, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor From rivers to roads: Economic development and the evolution of transportation systems in early Pennsylvania, 1675-1800

Philip D. Loring, Harvard University
Dissidents of the cognitive revolution

Christine Leah Manganaro, University of Minnesota A racial paradise as a human laboratory: Race research in Hawaii, 1890-1945

Kathryn Lavely Merriam, University of Massachusetts at Amherst J.N.B. Hewitt at the Bureau of American Ethnology

Peter Messer, Mississippi State University Revolution by committee: Law, language and ritual in Revolutionary America

Jurgita Saltanaviciute, University of Oklahoma / Sinte Gleska University "They sang what they lived": Reconstructions of Lakota culture through songs

April G. Shelford, American University A Jamaican Enlightenment: Thomas Thistlewood's commonplace books and library

Joseph M. Adelman, Johns Hopkins University
The Business and Politics of Printers and the Creation of a Political Communications Infrastructure in Revolutionary America

Pierre Cassou-Nogues, Universite Lille
Emil Post and the Definition of Computability

David Anthony Davidson, Northwestern University
Republic of Risk: The Intellectual Basis of Entrepreneurship in America, 1783-1803

Noah Jonathan Efron, Bar Ilan University
Science & Civics: American Jews in Twentieth Century Sciences & Sciences Among 20th Century American Jews

Andrew Michael Fearnley, University of Cambridge
Ideas of Race and Insanity in the Post-Bellum United States

Courtney Ann Fullilove, Columbia University
Science and the U.S. Patent Office in the Nineteenth Century

C. Joseph Genetin-Pilawa, Michigan State University
A Seneca Sachem in the Indian Bureau: Ely. S. Parker and the Unintended Consequences of Native-Centered Policy Reform

Sean P. Harvey, The College of William and Mary
Indian Languages and Republican Empire: Studying Native America and Creating the United States, 1785-1850

Carolyn C. Heitman, University of Virginia
Creation of a Center Place: Re-evaluating the "House" in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, A.D. 850-1180

Ann M. Kakaliouras, Appalachian State University
The Measures of Our Difference: Anthropometry, Native Americans and the Construction of Methodology in Physical Anthropology, 1880-1940

Elise Susan Lipkowitz, Northwestern University
"The Sciences are Never at War?" Nationalism and the Transformation of the Cosmopolitan Republic of Science,

Daniel Alan Livesay, University of Michigan
Imagining Difference: Abolitionism and Racial Ideology in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic

Laura Matthew, Marquette University
Memories of Conquest: Becoming Mexicano in Colonial Guatemala

Kathryn V. Muller, Queen's University
The Kaswentha and Dominion Ethics: Confusion, Misunderstanding and Metissage Among the Haudenosaunee, British, French, and Canadians, 1677-2005

Hyung Wook Park, University of Minnesota
Longevity, Aging, and New Biology: Raymond Pearl, Herbert Spencer Jennings, and Leland Ossian Howard, 1922-1947

Stephanie Dawn Schnorbus, University of Southern California
For Secular or Religious Use?: The Changing Nature and Purpose of Elementary Education - Pennsylvania, 1681-1834

William Slauter, Princeton University
News and Diplomacy in the Age of the American Revolution

Wiktor Stoczkowski, Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales, Paris
The Invention of a New Anti-Racism in the Aftermath of the Second World War: Science, Race, and Moral Politics

Eric C. Stoykovich, University of Virginia
Live Stock Nation: How Farm Animals Domesticated the Northern United States During the Early Republic, 1794-1865

Coll Thrush, University of British Columbia
Consuming Encounters: Indigenous and Newcomer Food Histories on the Northwest Coast

Kerry A. Trask, University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc
The Odyssey of Elisha Kane into a Northern Darkness

Theodore James Varno, University of California, Berkeley
Inbreeding and the Anglo-American Biological Community,1860-1950

Alita LaLisa Anderson, Independent Scholar
Heads and Harlem: Zora Neale Hurston's Introduction to Medicine and Race

Tatiana Artemyeva, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Institute of International Connections
Benjamin Franklin and Russia in the Enlightenment

Eric William Boyle, University of California Santa Barbara
Beyond Mirage and Magic Bullets: Redefining the Boundaries of Medicine in Modern America

Jane Elizabeth Calvert, St. Mary's College of Maryland
"Dissenter in Our Own Country": Eighteenth-Century Quakerism and the Origins of American Civil Disobedience

William John Campbell, McMaster University
Convergence of Interests in a Post-War Era: Indians, Agents, Speculators and the 1768 Treaty of Fort Stanwix

Kate Davies, University of York
Women, Letters, and the Atlantic World, 1760-1840

Jed Shaver-Rivera Foland, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
The Massachusetts Eugenics Program: Women, Academics, and the Shutesbury-Leverett Eugenics Study

Melinda Brook Gormley, Oregon State University
Geneticist L. C. Dunn and an Intellectual Community of Public Activists

Ann Merrill Ingram, Davidson College
The Culture of Flowers in Nineteenth-Century America

Paul E. Kerry, Brigham Young University
The Moravian Mission to the Indians: Language, Conversion and Identity

Judy Kertesz, Harvard University
Skeletons in the American Attic: Curiosity, Science, and the Appropriation of the American Indian Past

Will Beecher Mackintosh, University of Michigan
A Restless Nation: Mobility, Cosmopolitanism, and Class in the United States, 1790-1865

Ethan Miller, Johns Hopkins University
The Logics of Culture: Professionalism and the Self in Early U.S. Anthropology

Richard Newman, Rochester Institute of Technology
Black Founder: Richard Allen and the Early American Republic

Friedrich Poehl, Independent Scholar
Franz Boas and the History of Modernity

Wolfgang Splitter Manfred, Independent Scholar
Lutheran Missionaries and American Exceptionalism in Eighteenth - Century Georgia and Pennsylvania

Bernhard Tilg, Independent Scholar
Franz Boas and the History of Modernity

Kirsten E. Wood, Florida International University
At the Crossroads: Taverns and the Making of America, 1765-1865

Richard J. Bell, Harvard University
Humane Societies and the Cultural Significance of Suicide in America, 1760-1830

Gregory David Boisvert-Smithers, University of California, Davis
The Descent of Whiteness: "Breeding Out Color" and the Construction of Race in the United States and Australia, 1850s-1930s

Luis Campos, Harvard University
The Right Element for the Organism: Radium, Metaphor, and the Secret of Life, 1898-1953

Michael Steven Carter, University of Southern California
Mathew Carey and the Public Emergence of Catholicism in the United States, 1789-1839

Ellen Fernandez-Sacco, University of California, Berkeley
"Our Indians": Archives Collections of Native American Material Culture in the Age of Jefferson

Elizabeth Hayes, University of Notre Dame
"Men of Real Science": Science and Politics in the Early American Republic

Margot Lynn Iverson, University of Minnesota
Genetic Studies of Native Americans and the Debate over Biological Theories of Race in American Anthropology, 1940-1970

Sue Johnson, St. Mary's College of Maryland
New Natural History: The Alternate Encyclopedia

Veronika Lipphardt, Humboldt University
Denkstil of the Life Sciences and Jewish Identity in Germany, 1900-33

Jack Martin, College of William and Mary
The Creek Texts of Mary R. Haas

Eleanor Hayes McConnell, University of Iowa, Department of American Studies
Economic Citizenship in Revolutionary New Jersey, 1763-1820

Erika Lorraine Milam, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Looking for a Few Good Males: Female Choice in Evolutionary Biology, 1900-1975

Matthew Osborn, University of California at Davis
The Anatomy of Intemperance: Alcohol and the Diseased Imagination in Philadelphia, 1784-1850

Frank Palmeri, University of Miami
Conjectural History and the Discipline of Culture: Hume, Darwin, Nietzsche, Freud

Alexander Pechenkin, Lomonosov Moscow State University
The Early Statistical Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics in the USA and USSR

Joaquin Rivaya-Martinez, University of California - Los Angeles
Captivity and Adoption among the Comanche Indians, 1700-1875

Patricia J. F. Rosof, Independent Scholar
Dr. Florence Sabin: Her Life and Times

Brian R. Schefke, University of Washington
Natural History and Imperialism in the Pacific Northwest, 1790-1860

Jessica Shubow, Harvard University
1: Monsters, Phantoms, and Normal People: A Cultural History of Modern Biology (book); 2: "Tempos of Normality: Family Time and Epochal Time in Mid-Twentieth Century Life and Behavioral Science (article)

Colleen E. Terrell, Georgia Institute of Technology
Nation ex Machiina: The Politics and Mechanics of New World Creation

Michael Adam Yudell, Columbia University
From Eugenics to Genomics: The Scientific Origins of Modern American Racism

Tao Zhang, Sichuan International Studies University
China Trade in the Social Life of Philadelphia, 1783-1812

Andrei A. Znamenski, Hokkaido University
Theorizing Indigenous Spirituality: Shamanism Metaphor in Early American Anthropology

Kenneth Aizawa, Centenary College of Louisiana
The Scientific Life of Warren S. McCulloch

William J. Bauer, Jr., University of Oklahoma
Native American Labor on the Round Valley Reservation, 1850 - 1945

Kevin Joel Berland, Penn State - Shenango
William Byrd's History of the Deviding Line

Paola Bertucci, Department of Physics, University of Bologna
Marvelow Lights. Electricty and Meteorology in Enlightenment Italy

Michelle Brattain, Georgia State University
What Race Was: Scientific and Popular Ideas about the Meaning of Race in the Postwar Era

Benjamin L. Carp, University of Virginia
Cityscapes and Revolution: Political Mobilization and Urban Spaces in North American, 1740 - 1783

Kristen A. Dykstra, Illinois State University
Connecting the Americas: William Duane, Stephen Girard, and Spanish-American Exiles in Early Nineteenth-Century Philadelphia

Ellen Fernandez-Sacco, University of California, Berkeley
'Our Indians': Archives and Collections of Native American Material Culture in the Age of Jefferson

Colleen M. Fitzgerald, Texas Tech University
Documentation of the O'Odham Language

Kevin Francis, Mount Angel Seminary
Theories of Extinction from Charles Darwin to the Modern Synthesis

Glen Anthony Harris, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
An Intellectual Perspective: Black-Jewish Relations during the First Decade of the Twentieth Century

Alan Houston, University of California - San Diego
Population Politics: Benjamin Franklin an the Peopling of North America

William Huntting Howell, Northwestern University
Writing the Body Politic: Philology, Orthopedics, and the Possibilities of Citizenship in Early America

Richard W. Judd, University of Maine
The Untilled Garden: Scientists, Settlers, and the Natural History of America, 1790-1860

Angela Matysiak, George Washington University
Albert Bruce Sabin: The Development of an Oral Vaccine against Poliomyelitis

Kathleen S. Murphy, Johns Hopkins University
Reading Nature's Text in the Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic

David James Murray, University of Nottingham
Body and Soul: Native and African American Representations

Claire Nee Nelson, Yale University
African Americans and the Making of Race in America, 1877-1924

Kirsten E. Phimister, University of Edinburgh
Religion and the Antifederalists

Susan M. Rensing, University of Minnesota
Feminist Eugenics in America: From Free Love to Birth Control, 1880 - 1939

Marsha L. Richmond, Wayne State University
Women in the Early History of Genetics

James O. Schwartz, Independent Scholar
Unraveling the Secrets of Heredity: A History of Genetics

Tara Abraham, Dibner Institute for the History of Science and Technology, MIT
Integrating Mind and Brain: Warren McCulloch's Experimental Epistemology

Keith Beutler, Washington Univeristy in St. Louis
The Death of the Parents: The Loss of Its Founding Generation and Re-working of National Identity in the New American Republic, 1776 - 1840

Elspeth H. Brown, University of Toronto
Race Science, Photography, and Muybridge's Human and Animal Locomotion Project, 1884 - 1887

David Ciepley, University of Chicago
The Other Liberal Tradition: The American Whigs and the case for collective improvement

William deJong-Lambert, Columbia University
The New Biology: Lysenkoism in Poland

James John Endersby, University of Cambridge
Collecting, Classifying and Philosophysing: Naturalists Responses to Darwinism, 1859-1871

Olival Freire, Jr., Federal University of Bahia, Brazil
Changes in the Controversy on Quantum Physics (1950-1970): From the "Metaphysical" Stage to the Scientific Controversy with Philosophical Implications

J. Christopher Jolly, Oregon State University
Genetics and the Biological Effects of Low-Level Radiation, 1963-1969

Julie C. Kim, Duke University
Missionary Anthropology: Race, Religion, and Science in Colonial America

Douglas Mann, University of Georgia
Becoming Creole: Material Life and Society in Eighteenth-Century Kingston, Jamaica

Jenny Marie, University College London
International Exchange Within Genetics, 1930 - 1945

Carrie A. McLachlan, University of California, Riverside
Cherokee/Muskogean Loanwords in Mary Haas' Notebooks & General Search of Cherokee Documents for information relevant to my dissertation topic

Michael Mezzano, Boston College
The Problem of Restriction in American Immigration: Italians and the Discourse of Science

Carolyn Podruchny, Western Michigan University
Linguistic Encounters: Georges-Antoine Belcourt's Nineteenth-Century French-Ojibwe Dictionary

Fred Prichard, University of California, Los Angeles
Doing Science: The Social Contingencies of Applying Expert Knowledge

Edmund Ramsden, European University Institute
Mapping Population and Population Science: Eugenics, Demography and Population Genetics in the Twentieth Century

Karen Ross, University of Minnesota
Simon Flexner and the Development of American Biomedical

David W. Rudge, Western Michigan University
The Phenomenon of Industrial Melanism: Proposal to Study Philip M. Sheppard's Contribution

James Schafer, Jr., Johns Hopkins University
The General Practice of Medicine: A History of Doctor-Patient Relationships in Mid-20th Century America

John Wood Sweet, Catholic University of America
The Natural History of Race: Reproduction, Character, and Citizenship in the Early Republic

Christopher Bilodeau, Cornell University
The Making of Maine: Sebastien Rale, the Eastern Abenakis, and the Expansion of Colonial New England

Susan Branson, University of Texas at Dallas
Benjamin Franklin and Scientific Education for Women in Eighteenth Century America

Benjamin L. Carp, University of Virginia
Cityscapes and Revolution: Urban Spaces and Revolutionary Mobilization in North America, 1740-1790

James H. Carrott, University of Wisconsin, Madison
The "Paxton Boys" Unmask'd: Settlers, Native Americans, and Resistance on the Pennsylvania Frontier, 1730-1771

Georg F. Eckardt, Friedrich Schiller University
Franz Boas and Wolfgang Kohler: Their Opposition to Nazis and their Support of German Emigrants to USA

Heather Ewing, Independent Scholar
In Search of James Smithson: Founding Donor of the Smithsonian

Sally E. Hadden, Florida State University
Legal Cultures in Early American Cities: Boston, Philadelphia, Charleston

K. Walter Hickel, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health
The Child Welfare Movement and the Politics of Disability in America, 1890 to 1960

Jodi Kelber-Kaye, The University of Arizona
A Tale of Obsession: How Both Progressive and Right-Wing Eugenics Fueled Biological Essentialism as an Explanation for Difference

Shawn D. Kimmel, University of Michigan
"The Spell to Disenchant and Reform the World": Liberal Policy and Moral Reform among Philadelphia Philanthropists, 1825-1855

Thomas E. Kinsella, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Bookbinding in Colonial Philadelphia

Kenton Kroker, McGill University
The First Modern Plague? Epidemic Encephalitis in America, 1919 - 39

Jonathan A. P. Lelliott, University College London
Raymond Pearl, Herbert Spencer Jennings and Eugenics

Sharon M. Leon, University of Minnesota
Beyond Birth Control: Catholic Responses to the Eugenics Movement in the United States, 1900 - 1950

Ryan Cameron MacPherson, University of Notre Dame
America's Vestiges of Creation: Nature's Development and Divine Presence amid Pre-Darwinian Struggles for Civilization

Laura M. Stevens, University of Tulsa
"The Poor Indians": Missionary Writings and Transatlantic British Sensibility, 1642-1776

Philip K. Wilson, Penn State College of Medicine
Charles B. Davenport and the Establishment of a National Database on Heredity

Marianne S. Wokeck, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis
Between Tradition and New Ways: The Role of Pastors Modeled for German Settlers in Colonial America

Sean Patrick Adams, Dept. of History, University of Central Florida
Old Dominions and Industrial Commonwealths: The Political Economy of Coal in Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1810-1875

Troy O Bickham, Somerville College, Oxford University
The Remains at Big Bone Lick: Discovery and Identification in the Eighteenth-Century British Empire

Julia Boss, Renaissance Studies, Yale University
Relating New France: Building Catholic Community in North America

Robert Bringhurst, Canadian Studies and Native Studies, Trent University
Field Guide to Aboriginal Liberatures of North America

James Delbourgo, Dept. of History, Columbia University
Political Electricity: Experimentalism, Enthusiasm and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century British America

James D. Drake, Dept. of History, Metropolitan State College of Denver
A Tale of Two Continents: Conceptions of Global Geography and the Ideologies of Early Americans

Alicia M. Gamez, Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Making American Nature: Scientific Narratives of Racial Order in the Antebellum United States

Sarah C. Hand, Dept. of History, University of Virginia
"They Will Be Adjudged By Their Drinke": Alcohol, Gender, and the Consumer Revolution

Rogers Hollingsworth, Dept. of History, University of Wisconsin
Research Organizations Making Major Discoveries in Bio-Medical Science: A Case Study of Excellence Rockefeller Institute / University

Jacqueline Elisabeth Holzer, University of Zurich
A Critical Historical Reconstruction of Linquistic Anthropology on the Basis of Sociology of Science

John Huss, Committee on the Conceptual Foundations of Science, University of Chicago
Experimental Reasoning in the non-experimental Science: A History of Analytic Paleontology

Anne Kelly Knowles, Independent scholar
The Mapping Life of J. Peter Lesley

Mark Aaron Largent, Dept. of History of Science, University of Minnesota
The Darwininans' Revolution in America: Biologists and Biological Research Institutions in the Progressive Era

Jonathan Lelliott, University College, London
Raymond Pearl, Herbert Spencer Jennings and Eugenics

Carla J. Mulford, Dept. of English, Pennsylvania State University
Benjamin Franklin and the Ends of Empire

Jason Charles Newman, Dept. of History, University of California, Davis
Struggle for Survival: The Covelo Indian Community and the Round Valley Indian Reservation, 1854-1978

Karen O'Brien, Dept. of History, Northwestern University
Making the Personal Political: Religion, Obligation, and Identity in the American Revolution

Mark K. Pingree, Dept. of History, University of California, Davis
The Ethnographic Impulse: Collecting and Creating Visual Images of Indians in American Culture, 1780-1880

Edmund Ramsden, European University Institute
Between Quality and Quantity: Eugenics and the Mid-century 'Transformation' of Population Science in the United States and Britain

Frank Salamone, Sociology Dept., Iona College
The Philosophical and Scientific Bases of Franz Boas' Cultural Anthropology

François Specq, University de Lyon 2
Ideas of North: The Arctic in the Nineteenth-Century American Imagination

Patricia Waters, Independent scholar
Mr. Jefferson's Literary Pursuit of the West: the Journals of Lewis and Clark

Ashli White, Dept. of History, Columbia University
"A Flood of Impure Lava": Saint Dominguan Refugees in the United States, 1791 - 1821

Eva Sophia Becsei
From the Plymouth Rock Hen to the Oncogene Theory

Christina G. Cogdell
Reconsidering the Streamlined Style: Evolutionary Thought, Eugenics, and U.S. Industrial Design, 1925-1940

Dr. Kirk Dombrowski
Kwakiutl Ethnogenesis: The Formation of Kwakiutl Ethnicity and Tribalism, 1825-1886

Gregory Michael Dorr
Segregation's Science: The American Eugenics Movement and Virginia, 1900-1980

Paul-Andre DuBois
Religious Chant in Amerindian Catholic Missions of North America During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: The Evidence of Liturgical and Linguistic Missionary Manuscripts

Brian W. Gobbett
'In Search of the Celestial Railway: Developmentalism and Degeneration in English-Canadian Science, c. 1850-1920

Kevin Gumienny
Creating a "Thirst for Knowledge" : Promoting Natural Philosophy and Natural History in Eighteenth-Century America

Dr. Frank J. Karpiel
Freemasonry, Politics and Culture

Sarah Knott
The Culture of Sensibility during the Era of the American Revolution

Andrew J. Lewis
Antiquities of State: Natural History and Nationhood, 1780-1850

Lucia McMahon
"Beings Endowed With Reason": Gender, Individualism, and Education in the Early Republic

Thomas Ross Miller
Songs from the House of the Dead: North Pacific Phonography and Museum Anthropology at the Borders of the Centuries

Matthew Mulcahy
Melancholy and Fatal Calamities: Natural Disasters and Colonial Society in the English Greater Caribbean, 1607-1786

Dr. Eduardo L. Ortiz
Henry A. Moe and Roosevelt's Inter-American Policy: It's Impact on the Development of the Exact Sciences in Latin America

Miranda Paton
The Problem of Form and Function for Vertebrate Paleontology in the Evolutionary Syntesis

Michael F. Robinson
Arctic Explorers and the American Scientific Community, 1850-1909

Dr. Ellen Fernandez Sacco
Racial Displays: Creating National Identity in the Cultural Landscapes of the Early Republic

Jean-Pierre Sawaya
The Seven Fires Confederacy: Origins and History, 1667-1867

Mark Metzler Sawin
Raising Kane: A Narrative History of Antebellum America

Kirk Davis Swinehart

Savage Connoisseur: Sir William Johnson among the Mohawks, 1738-1824

Dr. Alan Tapper
The Philosophical Thought of Joseph Priestly

George H. Vrtis
The Front Range: An Environmental History, 1820-1902

Matt Wray
"Not Quite White": Racial and Class Stereotypes of Poor Rural Whites in the United States, 1880-1930

Martin Brückner, University of South Carolina
The Culture of Geographic Letters in Early America

David Chapin, University of New Hampshire
The Culture of Curiosity: Science, Spirits, and Celebrity in the Lives of Margaret Fox and Elisha Kent Kane

Steven Conn, Ohio State University
Objects and Objectivity: The Development of American Archaeology, 1780-1960

Kathy J. Cooke, Quinnipiac College
Beyond Heredity: The Many Faces of Eugenics in America, 1900-1930

Gary Kroll, University of Oklahoma
Exploring the Ocean Frontier: American Naturalists as Amateur Conservationists

Thomas Charles Lassman, Johns Hopkins University
From Quantum Revolution to Institutional Transformation: Edward Condon and the Dynamics of Pure Science in America, 1928-1954

Martin Medina, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte [Tijuana, Mexico]
Scavengers, Rag Pickers and Peddlers: Recycling of Solid Wastes in Early America

Michael S. Reidy, University of Minnesota
The Flux and Reflux of Science: British and American Research on the Tides and the Organization of 19th Century Science

Rena Selya, Harvard University
Salvador Luria: His Life and Science

Mary M. Thomas, University of Minnesota
Science, Military Style: Fortifications, Science, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1802-1865

Kariann Yokota, UCLA
From an Insecure Beginning: Post-Colonial American Identity in the British Atlantic World, 1776-1830

Baick, John S., New York University
Reorienting Culture: New York Elites and the Turn Toward East Asia

Baker, Lee D., Duke University
Anthropology and the New Negro Movement, 1910-1940

Caso Barrera, Laura, Centro de Estudios Históricos de El Colegio de Mexico
Paths in the Forest: Relationships between Maya Indians of Yucatan and Peten (S. XVII-XVIII)

Cotlar, Seth, Northwestern University
In Paine's Absence: The Europeanization of American Political Thought, 1787-1803

Koschnik, Albrecht, University of Virginia
Voluntary Associations, Political Culture, and the Public Sphere in Philadelphia, 1780-1830

Major, Judith K., University of Kansas
Call of the Wild Garden: Humboldt, Darwin and Landscape Architecture

McCoy, Colin, University of Illinois
Partisans and Pamphleteers: The Literature of Persuasion in Jacksonian America

Parmenter, Jon W., University of Michigan
Iroquois Foreign Relations, 1713-1783

Serlin, David H., New York University
Civic Biology: Medical Technology and Cultural Politics in Postwar America, 1945-65

Sumi K. Cho, DePaul University College of Law
The Greening of the Eugenics Movement

Nathaniel Comfort, SUNY-Stony Brook
Natural History: Barbara McClintock and Transposable Elements, 1942-1966

Kevin T. Dann, Ramapo College; Princeton
The Geography of Feeblemindedness: Family Studies at the Eugenics Record Office, 1910-1930

Michael Elliott, Columbia University
Form and Re-form: Literary Realism, Ethnography, and Race in the Turn-of-the-Century United States

T. Christopher Jespersen, Clark Atlanta University
Contesting International Change: Comparing the Anglo-American Responses to Revolution Over Two Centuries

Lee B. Kass, Elmira College; Cornell University
McClintock, Cytogenetics and Evolution

Herbert S. Lewis, University of Wisconsin
Pragmatism and American Anthropology, 1900-1930

Margaretta M. Lovell, UC-Berkeley
Henry Tatham's Journey to the Ruins of Aztalan

Margaret Meredith, UC-San Diego
A Noble Commerce: American Interpretations of Fossil Bones in the Atlantic World, 1780-1840

David Sampliner, New York University
The Power of Science: The APS and Enlightenment Culture in Philadelphia, 1730-1790

Veront M. Satchell, The University of the West Indies
Slavery and Technical Change: Comparative Analysis of Sugar Technology in Jamaica and Louisiana during the Period of Slavery

Christine A. Stolba, Emory University
A corrupt tree bringethforth evil fruit: Religion and the American Eugenics Movement, 1900-1943

Rosemary Uvy Zumwalt, Davidson College
Franz Boas and His Students: The Formation of American Anthropology

Pnina Abir-Am, Boston University
Research Schools of Molecular Biology in the US, UK and France, 1930-1970: National Traditional or Transitional Strategies of Innovation

Stephen Alter, Harvard University
Near Eastern Archaeology and Biblical Criticism in American Scholarship, 1850-1940

James Cambell, University of Toledo
Benjamin Franklin's Pragmatic Spirit

Andrew Darling, University of Michigan
Explorations by Franz Boas and J. Alden Mason in the Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico

Konstantine Dierks, Brown University
Letter Writing and the Formation of a Scientific Community in. Early America

Daryl K. Feil, University of Sydney (Australia)
Comparative Anthropology of the Papua New Guinea Highlands; Cannibalism

Kris Fresonke, UCLA
West of Emerson: The Rhetoric of American Nature

Joy Harvey, Cambridge University
Circling Darwin: Communication networks surrounding Charles Darwin exchanging theoretical structures and evidence for human evolution

Brad D.Hume, Indiana University
Civilizing Missions: Indians, Wilderness, and the Development of American Science

Laura Lovett, University of California
Making the grade: Fitter families and human livestock at Midwestern state fairs, 1920-1927

Joan Mark, Harvard University
The transmission of a scientific program across national boundaries: Manuel Gamio and the history of Anthropology in Mexico

David R. Miller, University of Regina
The relationship of Dr. Paul Wallace and Rev. Edward Ahenakew

Buhm Soon Park, Johns Hopkins University
Computers and the International Community of Quantum Chemistry, 1950-1967

Margaret W. Rossiter, Cornell University
History of the History and Sociology of Sciences in the US, 1940-70

Joel S. Schwartz, CCNY College of Staten Island
Out from Darwin's Shadow: George John Romanes, Darwin's Chief Disciple

Michael W. Seltzer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Toward a Philosophy of Technology

Alexandra Stern, University of Chicago
Transmitting the Body across Borders: Eugenics and Evolutionism in U. S.-Mexican Relations, 1910-1930

John R. Short, Syracuse University
The Representations of a Cartographic Community

Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig, University of Michigan
hunting in Colonial and Antebellum America; Markets and Resource Use

Paula Viterbo, SUNY Stony Brook
From the Laboratory to Society: the Determination of the Time of Ovulation in the Human Female

George W. Boudreau, Indiana University
The Surest Foundation of Happiness: Education and Society in Franklin's Philadelphia

Ana Barahona, University of Mexico
Mobile Genetic Elements and their Relation to Classical Genetics

Jonathan R. Dean, University of Chicago
The Diplomacy of Conflict: Native American Responses to Euroamerican Incursion in the Collected Papers of Franz Boas

Michael R. Dietrich, University of California, Davis
American Traditions in Physiological Genetics

Carol F. Karlsen, University of Michigan
Relations of Power, the Power of Relations: Iroquois Communities in Central and Western New York 1770-1920

Edward J. Larkin, Stanford University
Thomas Paine and the Politics of the American Literary Imagination

Catherine J. Lavender-Teliha, University of Colorado
Revealing Reflections: Sexuality, Gender, Environment, and Ritual in Early Southwestern Ethnographic Texts

Jean-François Lejeune, University of Miami
Havana and the Regular Cities of the Caribbean

Peter C. Mancall, University of Kansas
Philadelphia Woman and the 18th Century Fur Trade

Margaret H. McAleer, Georgetown University
Paupers, Criminals, and Gentlemen: Philadelphia's Irish, 1785-1805

Jeffrey Mullins, Johns Hopkins University
The Moral Mind: Agency, Psychology, and the Mind-Body Connection in America, 1790-1860

Stephen P. Rice, Yale University
Incorporating the Machine: Labor, Fatigue, and the Problem of Self- Regulation in 19th Century Industrial America, 1820-1885

Judith Johns Schloegel, Indiana University
Herbert Spencer Jennings, Tracy M. Sonneborn and the Career of American Protozoan Genetics

R. S. Stephenson, University of Virginia
British and American Military Society in the Trans-Allegheny West: 1754-1765

Mart A. Stewart, Western Washington University
A National Weather: Meteorology and the Exploration and Settlement of the West

Christian Warren, Brandeis University
Lead Poisoning in 20th Century America: The Medical and Public Health Communities' Response to the "Silent Epidemic"

Phoebe Lloyd,
The Art and Life of Raphaelle Peale

Amoena Norcross,
The Effects of Noun Incorporation in Shawnee

Anne Mohr,
Agriculture in the Kingdom of Guatemala in the Colonial Period

Adam Lynde,
The British Army in North America, 1755-1783 Defeat as a Consequence of the British Constitution

Barry A. Joyce,
The Ethnology of American Exploration: 1783-1860

Jane T. Merritt,
Home, Community, and Nation: Common Space and cultural Identity on the PA Colonial Frontier

Keith Arbour,
Using History: Americans and Benjamin Franklin, 1785-1865

Ton van Helvoort,
An Analysis of the Concept of Virus in Relation to Cancer Research in the 20th Century: The Contributions of Peyton Rous

Edward Gray,
The Beginnings of American Natural History, 1750-1830

Joe Cain,
Professional Infrastructure in American Biology

Michael Layton,
A Comparative Study of the Development of State Political Parties, 1776-1800

Bruce Greenfield,
The Meaning of Books in the Writing of Herman Melville

Ed Schwarzschild,
From Physiognotrace to Kinematoscope: The Peales, Photography, and the Visualizing of American Culture

J. R. Hollingsworth,
The Impact of Institutional Arrangements & organizational Structures on Major Scientific Discoveries in Biomedical Research

Alice Nash,
Fluidity & Survival: Family, Gender & Religion in Abenaki History, 1600-1800

Andreas Daum, Ph.D. candidate, University of Munich
Popular Science in Nineteenth-Century Germany and America

Richard Drayton, Ph.D. candidate, Yale University
Imperial Science and a Scientific Empire: Kew Gardens and the Uses of Nature, 1772-1903

Professor Sydney A. Halpern, University of Illinois, Chicago
Controversies within Clinical Research Communities.

Roger W. Haughey, Ph.D. candidate, Georgetown University
Musical Culture and the Creation of Elite Social Identity in Philadelphia, 1680-1790

Mikhail B. Konashev, Institute of the History of Science and Technology, St. Petersburg
Theodosius Dobzhansky and the Evolutionary Synthesis

Dr. Margaret J. Leahey, Saint Michael's College
Peter Stephen DuPonceau on American Indigenous Language Scholarship

Dr. Eugenio Lo Sardo, Archivio di Stato, Rome
Franklin and Filangieri and Opposition to the British Colonial Policy

Eliza McFeely, Ph.D. candidate, New York University
Taking Possession of the Indians: Anthropology, American Popular Culture and the Acquisition of Southwest Indian Culture, 1879-1915

Professor Lawrence T. Martin, University of Akron
An Edition of Ojibwa Stories Collected by Homer H. Kidder

Professor Elizabeth Milroy, Wesleyan University
Politics and Display at Philadelphia's Great Central Sanitary Fair of 1864

Jeffrey Mosher, Ph.D. candidate, University of Florida
Local Struggle and National Institutions: Pernambuco and the Construction of the Nation-State in Brazil, 1808-1860

Professor William A. Speck, University of Leeds
Electoral Behaviour in Colonial Pennsylvania

Professor Marga Vicedo, University of Salamanca
What Was That Thing Called Mendelian Genetics? Reinterpreting the Role of W. E. Castle and E. M. East in the Development of Genetics, 1900-1920

David Waldstreicher, Ph.D. candidate, Yale University
Nationalist Celebration in Philadelphia, 1783-1830

Bruce H. Yenawine, Ph.D. candidate, Syracuse University
Dr. Franklin's Legacy: The 200-Year History of the Franklin Trust Funds in Philadelphia and Boston

Marta Ardila, Ph.D. candidate, Boston U.
Scientists in the Spanish colonies of America--a comparative study.

Mary M. Bartley, Ph.D. candidate, Cornell U.
Sexual selection theory, female choice, and the Victorian legacy.

Susan E. Brown, Ph.D. candidate, U. of California at Santa Barbara
S. P. Langley, E. C. Pickering, C. A. Young and the origins of American astrophysics.

Beverley Olson Flanigan, Ohio U.
American Indian languages and English--the pidginization process in North America.

James Fleming, Colby College
Climate change, culture, and cultivation--transmission and transformation of Enlightenment views.

Kenneth Haltman, Ph.D. candidate, Yale U.
A catalogue raisonée of the art of Titian Ramsay Peale from the Long Expedition to the Rocky Mountains.

William Hart, Ph.D. candidate, Brown U.
Race, ethnicity, and crosscultural contact on the 18th-century frontier of New York.

John Keane, Polytechnic of Central London
Biography of Thomas Paine.

Nikolai L. Krementsov, Institute of the History of Science and Technology, Leningrad
U.S. response to Soviet scientific developments, 1945-56.

Jean Lockhart, M.D., San Rafael, CA
Biography of D. Carleton Gajdusek.

Burke O. Long, Bowdoin College
Social, political, and ideological aspects of biblical criticism--the case of William Foxwell Albright.

Lawrence J. McCrank, Ferris State U.
Ladders across culture--instructional media, books, and libraries in the Catholic mission to Oregon, 1835-85.

Madeleine Pinault, Musée du Louvre, Paris
A catalogue and critical study of the papers of Duhamel du Monceau and Fougeroux de Bondaroy.

Kirill O. Rossianov, Institute of the History of Science and Technology, Moscow
Eugenics and political ideology between the world wars.

J. David Smith, Lynchburg College
Charles Davenport and biological determinism--a study of eugenic science and social policy.

Pierre Swiggers, U. of Louvain, Belgium
P. S. Du Ponceau--American and European linguistics in the early 19th century.

Andrea Walton, Ph.D. candidate, Columbia U.
Alma mater's daughter's--women scholars at Columbia University.

Elizabeth Guilmette Winchester, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London
The Drosophila community.