2019

Ogilvy Winners

  • Tiffany Beebe, "Rebuilding Communities: Jewish Refugees in Rural Great Britain during the Great Depression"Brittan Braddock, "Ruth Gipps and the Portia Wind Ensemble: Women Composers, Conductors, and Performers in Twentieth-Century England" and "The Chamber Wind Ensemble Music of British Women Composers in the Twentieth Century"
  • Cayla Eagon, "Choosing Death: Victorian Suicide in Literature and Culture"

  • Grace Rexroth, "Imprinted Memories: How Artificial Memory Practices Reimagined Mind, Memory and the Printed Pages of British Romanticism"

  • Alexandra Siso, "The Politics of Music: The Chapel Royal and Elizabeth I's Early Reign"

Conference Travel Grant Winners

  • Tarren Andrews, "Comparative Colonialism: A Parallel Consideration of the Domesday Book and the Dawes Act of 1887", at the conference of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists, Albuquerque, NM, 29 July-2 August 2019. 

  • Cassity Conny, “Austen’s Elements of Citation in Northanger Abbey”, at the conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR), Chicago, IL, 8-11 August 2019.

  • Sarah Luginbill, "Western Relics on Eastern Campaigns", at the Leeds International Medieval Congress, Leeds, United Kingdom, 1-4 July 2019.

  • Toma Peiu, "Walls, deserts and parkways: for blissful displacements", at the Royal Anthropological Institute's Film Festival conference, The Watershed, Bristol, 27-30 March 2019.

  • Grace Rexroth, "Byron and the Problem with Memory Arts: Writing Don Juanfor an Age of 'Uncertain Paper'", at British Association for the Study of Romanticism conference, Nottingham, UK, 25-29 July 2019.

2018

Ogilvy Winners

  • Mark Boespflug, "John Locke’s Ethics of Belief Reconsidered"
  • Brittan Braddock, "Ruth Gipps and the Portia Wind Ensemble: Women Composers, Conductors, and Performers in Twentieth-Century England" and "The Chamber Wind Ensemble Music of British Women Composers in the Twentieth Century"
  • Travis R. May, "Truth in Propaganda: The British and German Empires and the Dissemination of Evidence of Colonial Atrocities During the First World War"

  • Amanda Rose Hartley Villareal, "Performance As Research: Devising and Inclusive Audiences"

Conference Travel Grant Winners

  • Nodin de Saillan, "Rats, Wolves, and Cormorants: Reading the Verminous Elements of Coriolanus," 2018 meeting of the Shakespeare Association of America (SAA), Los Angeles, CA, March 28 – 31, 2018.

  • Toma Serban Peiu, "Failure and Redemption in the Public Eye: A Critical Look at the Language of Undesired Televisual Political Performance," Biennial Conference of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, The British Museum, London, UK, June 1 – 5, 2018.

  • Natalie Pope, "Letter Writing as Sexual Performance in Villette," at the 2018 meeting of the International Society for Cultural History, Columbia University, New York, NY, September 13 – 16, 2018.

  • Grace Rexroth, "Byron’s Artificial Memory: What Don Juan can Teach us about Romantic Print Culture and Memorial Anxiety," North American Society for the Study of Romanticismconference, Brown University in Providence, RI, June 22 – 25, 2018. 

  • Rebecca Schneider, "Black Literacy in Exile from Jamaica to Nova Scotia," North American Society for the Study of Romanticismconference, Brown University, Providence, RI, June 22 – 25, 2018.

2017

Ogilvy Winners

  • Sheena Barnes: "Intelligence and the Politics of Information in Elizabethan England: The Case of Thomas Phelippes"
  • Abby Lagemann: "Homecoming: The Demobilization and Reintegration of English Soldiers, c. 1580-1630"
  • Claire McCahan: "Gaelic Traditional Song in Contemporary Scotland: An Ethnographic and Pedagogical Study"

Conference Travel Grant Winners

  • William Lewis: "Performity 3.0: The Politics of Post-digital Identity," to deliver at the conference of the International Federation for Theatre Research in Sao Paulo, Brazil, July 9-15, 2017.
  • Sarah Luginbill: "Distinctions of Identity within the English Crusader Army, 1189-1191," to deliver at the International Medieval Congress in Leeds, UK, July 3-6, 2017.
  • Deven Parker: "A Tale of Two Theatres: Coleridge's Remorse (1813) in the Romantic Media Ecology," to present at the conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism in Ottawa, Canada, August 10-13, 2017.

2016

Ogilvy Winners

  • Darin Graber: "Flow Dynamics in Victorian Literature and Culture"
  • Ekaterina Kotcherguina: "Vocal Compositions of G. F. Handel"
  • William Lewis: "Intermedial Participation and Locative Narratives" 
  • Amanda Nerbovig: "Departing Donations: A Comparative Study of English and French Noble Crusader Families, 1096-1250"
  • Norin de Saillan: "Worms, Rats, and Ravens: Charting the Cultural Construction of Vermin from Edward II to James I"
  • Emma Vawter: "Art Song of Ireland"

Conference Travel Grant Winners

  • Michael Ortiz to present a paper at the Southern Conference on British Studies on November 2-5, 2016. 
  • Grace Rexroth to present a paper at the North American Society for the Study of Romaticism Conference on August 11-14, 2016. 

2015

Ogilvy Winners

  • Abby Lagemann: "Homecoming: The Demobilization and Reintegration of English Soldiers, c. 1580-1630"
  • Eric Stewart: "Harbour: The Terrarium and Post-Colonial Landscape"

Conference Travel Grant Winners

  • Patricia Bredar to present a paper at teh British Women Writers Conference in New York City on June 25-28, 2015.
  • Cayla Eagon to present a paper at the North American Victorian Studies Association Conference in Honolulu on July 8-12, 2015.
  • Kurtis Hessel to present a paper at the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism Conference in Winnipeg on August 13-16, 2015.
  • Deven Parker to present a paper at the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism Conference in Winnipeg on August 13-16, 2015. 

2014

Ogilvy Winners

  • Nikolas Georgacarakos: "Urban Evangelical Indentities in Tudor London, 1530-1580"
  • Tyler Huismann: "Unearthing Richard Kilvington's Commentary on De generatione et corruptione"
  • Theodore Rogers: "The Interactions Between and Influences of British Feminist Groups and Indian Feminist Nationalists, 1929-1938"
  • Jason Shafer: "Instrumental Transmission: Smallpox Inoculation and Vaccination 1750-1832"
  • Elizabeth Whalley: "Feminisms, Patriarchies, and Post Colonial Nationalism: A Transnational Analysis of Rape Crisis Centers"

Conference Travel Grant Winners

  • Kurtis Hessel to present a paper at the Coleridge Summer Conference in Cannington, England on July 28-August 1, 2014.
  • Deven Parker to present a paper at the Coleridge Summer Conference in Cannington, England on July 28-August 1, 2014.

2013

Ogilvy Winners

  • Nathan Hall: "Sound Sculpture in Contemporary Ireland"
  • Joseph Stenberg: "Happiness among the Late Medievals"
  • Randall Harmon: Dissertation Reasearch with Grid Iron Theater
  • Sienna Wood: Reasearch on the music of Franco-Flemis composer Noé Faignient 

Conference Travel Grant Winners

  • Alaina Bupp to present a paper and lead a panel at the International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, MI on May 8-12, 2013.
  • Brandon Truett to present a paper at the 23rd Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf on June 5-9, 2013.
  • Elizabeth Libero to present a paper at the Oceans: Concepts and Cultures conference in London on January 25-26, 2013.
  • Charles Harding to present a paper at the At Play in the Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945 conference in Chicago on June 20-23, 2013. 
  • Daniella Vinitski to present a series of papers at the ATHE National Theatre Conference in Orlando on August 1-3, 2013.