Please see below for all Institute for the Humanities fellows’ publications.
Sunil Agnani, Departments of English and History, 2016-2017 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Agnani, Sunil. “Colonial Ressentiment, Enlightenment Thought, and the Impasses of Decolonization.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 (SEL). SEL 56 (Autumn 2016): 799-821.
Agnani, Sunil. “The Reception of Edmund Burke’s Imperial Ideas Relating to India, or Burke, the Brahmin and the Hot-House.” The Reception of Edmund Burke in Europe, edited by Peter Jones and Michael Fitzpatrick. London: Bloomsbury Press/Continuum, January 2017.
Brian Bauer, Department of Anthropology, 1996-1997, 2005-2006 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Bauer, Brian S., and Lucas C. Kellett. “Cultural transformations of the Chanka homeland (andahuaylas, Peru) during the late intermediate period (AD 1000-1400).” Latin American Antiquity 21.1 (2010): 87-111.
Bauer, Brian S, Lucas C. Kellett, Silva M. Ara´oz, Sabine Hyland, Da´vila C. Socualaya, and Espinoza J. Flores. Los Chancas: Investigaciones Arqueolo´gicas En Andahuaylas (apuri´mac, Peru´). Lima: Instituto France´s de Estudios Andinos, 2013. Print.
Catherine Becker, Department of Art History, 2005-2006 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Becker, Catherine. Shifting Stones, Shaping the Past: Sculpture from the Buddhist Stupas of Andhra Pradesh. Oxford University Press, 2014.
Michelle Boyd, Departments of African American Studies and Political Science , 2003-2004 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Boyd, Michelle R. Jim Crow Nostalgia: Reconstructing Race in Bronzeville. U of Minnesota Press, 2008. **Winner, 2009 Best Book Award, American Political Science Association, Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Section **Finalist, 2006 President’s Book Award, Social Science History Association
Boyd, Michelle. “The Downside of Racial Uplift: meaning of gentrification in an African American neighborhood.” City & Society 17.2 (2005): 265-288.
Christopher Boyer, Departments of History and Latin American and Latino Studies , 2009-2010 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Boyer, Christopher R., ed. A Land Between Waters: Environmental Histories of Modern Mexico. University of Arizona Press, 2012.
Boyer, Christopher R., Political Landscapes: Forests, Conservation, and Community in Mexico. Duke University Press, 2015.
Nicholas Brown, Department of English , 2002-2003 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Brown, Nicholas. Utopian Generations: The Political Horizon of Twentieth–Century Literature. Princeton University Press, 2005.
Joaquín M. Chávez, Department of History, 2014-2015 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Chávez, Joaquín. “How Did the Civil War in El Salvador End?”. The American Historical Review 120.5 (2015): 1784-1797.
Chávez, Joaquín. Poets and Prophets of the Resistance: Intellectuals and the Origins of El Salvador’s Civil War. Oxford University Press, 2017.
Chávez, Joaquín. “Política sin armas y armas sin política: un legado de los Acuerdos de Paz de El Salvador.” LASAFORUM, Winter 2017, Vol XLVIII, Issue I, 7-9.
Mark Chiang, Department of English, 2005-2006 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Chiang, Mark. The Cultural Capital of Asian American Studies: Autonomy and Representation in the University. NYU Press, 2009.
Ralph Cintron, Department of English and Latin American Studies, 2013-2014 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Cintron, Ralph & Hariman, Robert (eds). Culture, Catastrophe, + Rhetoric: the Texture of Political Action. Berghahn Books, 2015.
Cintron, Ralph. “From Revolution to Catastrophe.” The Thinker on the Stage 1: Belgrade Journal of Media and Communications. 6.7 (2015).
Jonathan Daly, Department of History, 2002-2003 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Daly, Jonathan. “The Pleiade: Five Scholars Who Founded Russian Historical Studies in the United States.” Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History, Volume 18, Number 4, Fall 2017, pp. 785-826.
Smita Das, Department of English, 2012-2013 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Das, Smita. “Subjecting Pleasure Claude McKay’s Narratives of Transracial Desire.” Journal of Black Studies 44.7 (2013): 706-724.
Molly Doane, Department of Anthropology, 2011-2012 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Doane, Molly. “From Community Conservation to the (Lone) Forest Ranger: Accumulation by Conservation in a Mexican Forest.” Conservation and Society, 12.3 (2014): 233-244.
Doane, Molly. Stealing Shining Rivers: Agrarian Conflict, Market Logic, and Conservation in a Mexican Forest. University of Arizona Press, 2012.
Doane, Molly. “Orphans in the World System: Maya Coffee Producers in Chiapas, Mexico.” Anthropology Now 3.2 (2011): 17-27.
Nina Dubin, Department of Art History, 2007-2008 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Dubin, Nina L. Futures & Ruins: Eighteenth-Century Paris and the Art of Hubert Robert. Getty Publications, 2010.
Anne Eaton, Department of Philosophy, 2008-2009 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Eaton, Anne. “What’s Wrong With the Female Nude? A Feminist Perspective on Art and Pornography” in Art and Pornography: Philosophical Essays, edited by Jerrold Levinson and Hans Maes, Oxford University Press, 2012: 277–308.
Malgorzata Fidelis, Department of History, 2008-2009, 2014-2015 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Fidelis, Malgorzata, Women, Communism, and Industrialization in Postwar Poland. : Cambridge University Press, 2014. Print.
Leon Fink, Department of History, 2005-2006 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Fink, Leon. Sweatshops at Sea: Governing Labor in a Globalized Industry, 1800-2010. University of North Carolina Press, 2011.
Samuel Fleischacker, Department of Philosophy, 2000-2001, 2006-2007 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Fleischacker, Samuel. Divine Teaching and the Way of the World: A Defense of Revealed Religion. Oxford University Press, 2011.
Tatjana Gajić, Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies, 2015-2016 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Paradoxes of Stasis: Literatures, Politics, and Thought in Francoist Spain. University of Nebraska Press, 2019.
Aidan Gray, Department of Philosophy, 2016-2017 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
“Relational approaches to Frege’s puzzle.” Philosophy Compass, 2017.
“Indistinguishable Senses.” Noûs, 2018.
Heather Grossman, Department of Art History, 2008-2009 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Grossman, Heather, and Alicia Walker. Mechanisms of Exchange: Transmission in Medieval Art and Architecture of the Mediterranean, Ca. 1000-1500. Brill, 2013.
Rachel Havrelock, Department of English, 2006-2007 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Havrelock, Rachel. River Jordan: The mythology of a dividing line. University of Chicago Press, 2011.
Havrelock, Rachel. “The Ancient Past that Oil Built,” The Bible & Critical Theory 11.2 (2015): 51-60.
“Oil and the Origins of Middle Eastern Sovereignty,” Theory and Criticism 49 (Winter 2018): 261-274, Hebrew.
“The Borders Beneath: On Pipelines and Resource Sovereignty,” South Atlantic Quarterly 116.2 (2017): 408-416.
Op-ed, “Rust Belt no more: Chicago should be capital of the Water Belt, Chicago Tribune, February 8, 2018.
Guest Column, “Great Lakes’ Shared Future Considered at ‘Untrouble the Waters’ Summit,” Great Lakes Connection, published by the International Joint Commission, July 10, 2017.
Op-ed, “Watershed politics unite clean water advocates,” Great Lakes Echo, May 5, 2017.
Author, “Pipelines in the Sand: The Middle East after Sykes-Picot,” Foreign Affairs, May 17, 2016.
Rosilie Hernandez, Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies, 2014-2015 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Hernandez, Rosilie. “Friends in High Places: The Correspondence of Felipe IV and Sor Maria de Agreda.” Perspectives on Early Modern Women in Iberia and the Americas: Studies in Law, Society, Art and Literature in Honor of Anne J. Cruz” (2015): 422-442.
Cedric Johnson, Department of African-American Studies and Political Science, 2013-2014 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Johnson, Cedric. “Between Revolution and the Racial Ghetto: Harold Cruse and Harry Haywood Debate Class Struggle and the ‘Negro Question’ 1962-8”, Historical Materialism 24.1 (2016): 1-39.
Helen Jun, Department of English and African-American Studies, 2005-2006 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Jun, Helen Heran. Race for Citizenship: Black Orientalism and Asian Uplift from Pre-emancipation to Neoliberal America. NYU Press, 2011.
Anna Kornbluh, Department of English, 2009-2010 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Kornbluh, Anna. Realizing Capital: Financial and Psychic Economies in Victorian Form. Oxford University Press, 2013.
Rama Mantena, Department of History, 2010-2011 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Mantena, Rama. “The Andhra Movement, Hyderabad State and the Origins of the Telangana Demand: Public Life And Political Discourse in South India, 1900-1956,” India Review 13, 4 (2014).
Mantena, Rama Sundari. “Vernacular Publics and Political Modernity: Language and Progress in Colonial South India,” Modern Asian Studies. 47.5 (2013): 1678-1705.
Mantena, Rama Sundari. The Origins of Modern Historiography in India: Antiquarianism and Philology, 1780-1880. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Steven Marsh, Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies, 2010-2011 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Marsh, Steven. (ed) “Untimely Materialities: Spanish Film and Spectrality”. Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies. 15.3 (2014).
Andrew McFarland, Department of Political Science, 1986-1987, 2007-2008 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
McFarland, Andrew S. Boycotts and Dixie Chicks: Creative Political Participation at Home and Abroad. Paradigm Pub, 2010.
Micheletti, Michele, and Andrew S. McFarland. Creative Participation: Responsibility-taking in the Political World. Stockholm University, Sweden, 2010.
Colleen McQuillen, Department of Slavic and Baltic Languages, 2010-2011 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
McQuillen, Colleen. The Modernist Masquerade: Stylizing Life, Literature, and Costumes in Russia. University of Wisconsin Pres, 2013.
McQuillen, Colleen. “From The Fairground Booth to Futurism: The Sartorial and Material Estrangement of Masquerade.” The Russian Review. Issue 71.3 (July 2012). 413-435.
McQuillen, Colleen. “Artists’ Balls and Conceptual Costumes at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, 1885-1909.” Fashion Theory. 16.1 (2012): 29-48.
Virginia Miller, Department of Art History, 2004-2005 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Miller, Virginia. Textile designs in the Sculptured Facades of Northern Maya Architecture: Women’s Production, Cloth, Tribute, and Political Power (junior author with Jeff K. Kowalski). Ancient America, Special Publication No. 1, Sacred Bindings of the Cosmos: Ritual Acts of Bundling and Wrapping in Ancient Mesoamerica (2006), ed. Julia Guernsey and F. Kent Reilly III:145-174.
Miller, Virginia. Skeletons, Skulls, and Bones in the Art of Chichén Itzá. In New Perspectives on Human Sacrifice and Ritual Body Treatments in Ancient Maya Society, edited by Vera Tiesler and Andrea Cucina, pp. 165-189. Springer, New York, 2007.
Nasser Mufti, Department of English, 2015-2016 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Mufti, Nasser. Civilizing War: Imperial Politics and the Poetics of National Rupture. Northwestern University Press. 2017.
Joel Palka, Departments of Anthropology and Latin-American Studies 2000-2001, 2011-2012 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Palka, Joel W. Maya Pilgrimage to Ritual Landscapes: Insights from Archaeology, History, and Ethnography. UNM Press, 2014.
Anne E. Parsons, Department of History 2011-2012, Institute for the Humanities Dissertation Fellow
Parsons, Anne E. “From Asylum to Prison: The Story of Lincoln, Illinois,” Journal of Illinois History 15 (Winter 2011 ).
Parsons, Anne E. “When the Erotic Becomes Illicit: Struggles over Displaying Queer History at a Mainstream Museum,” co-authored with Jill Austin, Jennifer Brier, and Jessica Herczeg-Konecny, Radical History Review 113 (Spring 2012).
Kim Potowski, Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies, 2013-2014, Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Potowski, Kim. IntraLatino Language and Identity: MexiRican Spanish. John Benjamins Publishing Company [IMPACT: Studies in Language and Society, 43] 2016.
Potowski, Kim. “Ethnolinguistic Identities and Ideologies among Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, and “MexiRicans” in Chicago.” A Sociolinguistics of Diaspora: Latino Practices, Identities, and Ideologies. Ed. Rosina Márquez-Reiter and Luisa Martín Rojo. Routledge, 2015. Print.
Christina Pugh, Department of English, 2007-2008, Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Pugh, Christina. Grains of the Voice: Poems. Northwestern University Press, 2013.
Pugh, Christina. “On Sonnet Thought.” Literary Imagination, v.12: no. 3 (2010), 356-364.
Robin Reames, Department of English, 2015-2016, Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Reames, Robin. Seeming and Being in Plato’s Rhetorical Theory. University of Chicago Press, 2018.
Ruth Emily Rosenberg, Department of Theater and Music, 2011-2012, Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Rosenberg, Ruth. Music, Travel, and Imperial Encounter in 19th-Century France: Musical Apprehensions. Routledge, 2014.
Rosenberg, Ruth. “Prosper Mérimée’s Improvisatrice: The Voice of Corsican Lament in Colomba.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies, 42: 3-4 (2014): 176-189.
Margarita Saona, Department of French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, 1999-2000, 2007-2008 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Saona, Margarita. Memory Matters in Transitional Peru. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
Kevin Schultz, Department of History, 1999-2000, 2008-2009 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Schultz, Kevin M. Tri-faith America: How Catholics and Jews Held Postwar America to Its Protestant Promise. Oxford University Press, 2011.
Sally Sedgwick, Department of Philosophy, 2004-2005, 2011-2012 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Sedgwick, Sally. Hegel’s Critique of Kant: From Dichotomy to Identity. Oxford University Press, 2012.
Sedgwick, Sally. “Our All-too-Human Hegelian Agency.” The Palgrave Handbook of German Idealism. Ed. Matthew C. Altman. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 648-64. Print.
Sedgwick, Sally. “Philosophy of History.” The Oxford Handbook of German Philosophy in the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Michael N. Forster and Kristine Gjesdal. Corby: Oxford UP, 2015. Print.
Jeff Sklansky, Department of History, 2012-2013 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Jeffrey Sklansky, Sovereign of the Market: The Money Question in Early America (University of Chicago Press, 2017).
Honorable Mention for the Best Book in U.S. Intellectual History Prize from the Society for U.S. Intellectual History, 2018.
Salome Aguirela Skvirsky, Cinema and Media Studies Department, 2014-2015 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
“Las cargas de la representación: Notas sobre la raza y la representacíon en el cine latinoamericano [The Burdens of Representation: Notes on Race and Representation in Latin American Cinema]”
It will be published in: Afinoguénova, Eugenia, Samuel Amago and Kathryn Everly (eds.) Vademécum del cine iberoamericano: Métodos y teorías: an inaugural issue of a new series Vademécum de Hispanófila. Hispanófila 177, Spring 2016.
Sandy Sufian, Departments of Medical Education and Disability and Human Development, 2012-2013 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Sufian, S. “As Long as Parents Can Accept Them: Medical Disclosure, Risk, and Disability in Twentieth-Century American Adoption Practice.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, vol. 91 no. 1, 2017, pp. 94-124.
Sufian, Sandy. “Compounded Anxieties: Adoptive Family Building and the Role of Disability in Adoption IQ Studies.” The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth 7.3 (2014): 398-429.
Daniel Sutherland, Department of Philosophy, 2001-2002, 2013-2014 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
“Kant on Construction and Composition of Motion in the Phoronomy,” special supplement to the Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 44 (5-6) 2014, 686-718.
Alfred Thomas, Departments of Germanic Studies and English, 2007-2008 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Prague Palimpsest: Writing, Memory, and the City. University of Chicago Press, 2010
Shakespeare, Dissent, and the Cold War. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
Karen Underhill, Department of Slavic and Baltic Languages and Literatures, 2016-2017 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Karen Underhill.“Bruno Schulz’s Galician Diasporism: On the 1937 Essay ‘E. M. Lilien’ and Rokhl Korn’s Review of Cinnamon Shops,” Jewish Social Studies: History, Culture, Society n.s. 24, no. 1 (Fall 2018): 1–33.
Javier Villa-Flores, Department of Latin-American and Latino Studies, 2002-2003, 2012-2013 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Villa-Flores, Javier, and Sonya Lipsett-Rivera, eds. Emotions and Daily Life in Colonial Mexico. UNM Press, 2014.
Villa-Flores, Javier & Aguierre, Carlos, eds. From the Ashes of History. Loss and Recovery of Archives and Libraries in Modern Latin America. A Contracorriente, 2015.
Yue Zhang, Department of Political Science, 2012-2013 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Zhang, Yue. The Fragmented Politics of Urban Preservation: Beijing, Chicago, and Paris. , 2013. Print
Zhang, Yue. “Governing Art Districts: State Control and Cultural Production in Contemporary China.” The China Quarterly 219 (2014): 827-848.
Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska, Department of History, 2005-2006 Institute for the Humanities Fellow
Zweiniger-Bargielowska, Ina. Managing the Body: Beauty, Health, and Fitness in Britain, 1880-1939. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010.
Ariela Zycherman, Post-Doctoral Fellow 2013-2014
Zycherman, Ariela. “Public and private dimensions of a birthday party: Politics, economics, and food in an Amazonian community.” Food and Foodways, 24:3-4, 153-172.