2019-2020

  • Betsey Biggs, Assistant Professor of Critical Media Practices, MELT: A live music-film and installation in collaboration with the San Francisco Girls Chorus and the M6 vocal ensemble
  • Emily Harrington, Associate Professor of English, Ripe Time Pending: Waiting in Victorian Poetry and Poetics
  • Sarah James, Assistant Professor of Classics, The Archaeology of Hellenistic Economies: Corinth and Mediterranean Trade in the 4th-1st centuries BCE
  • Ramesh Mallipeddi, Associate Professor of English, Expendable Lives, Disposable Lands: Racial Ecologies in Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture 1627-1834
  • Kelly Sears, Assistant Professor of Cinema Studies, Make Hay While the Sun Shines
  • Evelyn Shih, Assistant Professor of Chinese, The Cold War Comic: Power and Laughter in Taiwan and South Korea, 1948-1979
  • Brian Valente-Quinn, Assistant Professor of French, Senegalese Stagecraft: Decolonizing Theater Making in Francophone Africa
  • Paul Youngquist, Professor of English, Director of CU Romantics Lab

  • Katherine Alexander, Assistant Professor of ChineseImperial Values and Private Virtues: Popular Morality Literature and the late Qing

  • ​​Samuel Boyd, Assistant Professor of Religious StudiesThe Borrowed Bible: The Role of Colonial Administration and Language Contact in the Development of the Hebrew Bible

  • Thora Brylowe, Assistant Professor of EnglishImpressions and Folds: The Ecology of Romantic-Era Paper

  • Kieran Murphy, Assistant Professor of FrenchLiterature, Science, and the Birth of the Electromagnetic Age

  • Stephanie Spray, Assistant Professor of Critical Media PracticesEdge of Time: Filming the Labor of Science at Sea

  • Davide Stimilli, Associate Professor of German, Comparative Literature, and Jewish StudiesThe Manic Moment 

  • Paul Youngquist, Professor of English, Director of CU Romantics Lab 

  • Tiffany Beechy, Assistant Professor of English, Flesh of the Word: Materiality, Aesthetics, and the Incarnation In Anglo-Saxon England

  • Loriliai Biernacki, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Who Says "I"?

  • Scott Bruce, Professor of History, Reinventing the Rule in Medieval Monasticism: The Rule of Benedict in its Manuscript Habitats, ca. 700-1700

  • Arne Hoecker, Assistant Professor of German, The Case of Literature: Literary Case Histories from Goethe to Kafka

  • Katie Little, Professor of English, Reading for the Moral in Late Medieval and Sixteenth-Century England

  • Antje Richter, Associate Professor of Chinese, Illness Narratives in Early Medieval Chinese Literature

  • Michelle Ellsworth, Associate Professor of Dance, The Rehearsal Artist
  • Miriam Kingsberg, Assistant Professor of History, The Objectivity Generation: Japanese Human Scientists in the Transwar World
  • Rebecca Maloy, Associate Professor of Musicology, Sung in Honor of Sacrifice: Text, Melody, and Exegesis in the Iberian Offertory
  • Lauri Reitzammer, Assistant Professor of Classics, Resident Aliens and Sacred Sightseers: Female Immigrants and Travelers in Greek Drama
  • Phoebe Young, Associate Professor of History, Sleeping Outside: Histories of Camping and Public Nature in American Life since 1860
  • Sue Zemka, Professor of EnglishDisabled Hands and Reimagined Bodies in the Age of Idustry and Modern War, 1815-1946

  • David Atherton, Assistant Professor of Japanese, Writing Violence in an Age of Peace: Breaking Bodies and Provoking Passions in Early Modern Japanese Literature
  • Chris Braider, Professor of French, Persons and Portraits: Experimental Selves in Early Modern Europe
  • Matthew Gerber, Associate Professor of History, Colonizing Law: Property, Kinship and Race in the Early Modern French Atlantic
  • Sungyun Lim, Assistant Professor of History, Rule of Custom: Colonial Law and Women's Inheritance Rights in Modern Korea
  • Sasha Senderovich, Assistant Professor of Russian and of Jewish Studies, Borderline Culture: Mobility and the Creation of the Soviet Jew, 1917-1936
  • Nuria Silleras-Fernandez, Assistant Professor of Iberian Literatures and Cultures, Three Mad Queens: Gender and the Politics of Court Culture in Late Medieval and Early Modern Iberia
  • Masano Yamashita, Assistant Professor of FrenchStatic: Rousseau and Public Culture in the Age of Englightenment 

  • Katherine Eggert, Associate Professor of English, Renaissance Happiness
  • Holly Gayley, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Buddhist Modernism and Ethical Reform on the Tibetan Plateau
  • Nan Goodman, Professor of English, The Puritan Cosmopolis: Internationalism in Early Modern New England
  • Peter Hunt, Professor of Classics, Thrace in Athens/Athens in Thrace
  • Suzanne Magnanini, Associate Professor of Italian, Love on Trial in Renaissance Venice
  • Laura Michaelis, Associate Professor of Linguistics, Construction Grammar and Linguistic Innovation
  • David Shneer, Professor of History and of Jewish Studies, Redeeming Germany: Yiddish Music Between Fascism and Communism
  • John Willis, Assistant Professor of HistoryAfter the Caliphate: Mecca and the Geography of Crisis and Hope 

  • Thomas Andrews, Associate Professor of History, An Animals' History of the United States
  • David Ciarlo, Assistant Professor of History, Selling War: Consumerism, War, and the Roots of Fascism in German Visual Culture, 1910-1920
  • Adam Hosein, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Immigrants and Immigration
  • Catherine Labio, Associate Professor of English, The House of Comics
  • Elias Sacks, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, The "Living Script": Moses Mendelssohn's Philosophy of Judaism
  • Suyoung Son, Assistant Professor of Chinese, Publish or Perish: Literati and Print Culture in Late Imperial China
  • Amma Ghartey-Tagoe Kootin, Assistant Professor of Dance, At Buffalo / Laughing After Slavery 

  • Adam Bradley, Associate Professor of English, Why Song Lyrics Matter
  • Carlo Caballero, Associate Professor of Musicology, Ballet and Ballet Music in France, 1849–1909: A Missing History Between Two Golden Ages
  • Brian Catlos, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Paradoxes of Plurality: Ethno-Religious Diversity and the Medieval Mediterranean
  • Jackie Elliott, Assistant Professor of Classics, Fragments of the Roman Epic Past: Ennius Annales
  • Mitzi Lee, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Aristotle’s Theory of Justice
  • Myles Osborne, Assistant Professor of HistoryMaking Mau Mau: Publicity, Propaganda, and the Press in Kenya, 1940-1963 

  • Lucy Chester, Associate Professor of HistoryNetworks of Decolonization: Britain’s Withdrawal from South Asia and Palestine
  • Beth Dusinberre, Associate Professor of Classics, Persepolis and the Art of Imperial Administration
  • Jill Heydt-Stevenson, Associate Professor of English, The Afterlife of Things
  • Janice Ho, Assistant Professor of EnglishLiberal Englishness, Alterity, and the Twentieth-Century British Novel
  • Michael Huemer, Associate Professor of PhilosophyThe Illusion of Authority
  • Karen Jacobs, Associate Professor of EnglishTrace Atlas: Itineraries of Postmodern Literary Space
  • Mithi Mukherjee, Associate Professor of HistoryThe Right to Just Wars and the End of the Idea of Empire: The Indian National Army Trial of 1945 and the Reconstruction of the Discourse of International Law
  • John Slater, Assistant Professor of Spanish, Momentary Monuments: The Reign of the Spanish Hapsburgs and the Vegetable Kingdom