Ryan Morini

Ph.D. Candidate, Anthropology 2013-2014 Tedder Family Doctoral Fellowship Ryan Morini, Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology, used his Tedder Family Doctoral Fellowship to explore Western Shoshone communities in eastern Nevada and examine the effects of United States federal heritage management policies on Shoshone heritage. His primary purpose was to understand the role, practice, and definition of “heritage” […]

Anna Lankina

Ph.D. Candidate, History 2013-2014 Rothman Doctral Fellowship Ph.D. candidate Anna Lankina used her 2013 Rothman Doctoral Fellowship to further her research on the heretical figure of Philostorgius in antiquity and ecclesiastical history, the history of the Christian church. Most ecclesiastical studies of the Greco-Roman world generally follow the history of the Roman Church, which was […]

Allen Kent

Ph.D. Candidate, History 2013-2014 Rothman Doctoral Fellowship Allen Kent, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History, used the Rothman Doctoral Fellowship to research the role of the African American Patrolmen’s League in Chicago, IL, from 1968 to 1973, and its connections to the concurrent Black Power Movement in the United States. Kent focused his research […]

Nicole Cox

Ph.D. Candidate, History 2013-2014 Tedder Family Doctoral Fellowship Ph.D. candidate in History, Nicole Cox, used her Tedder Family Doctoral Fellowship to research the wood-preservation industry and the making of superfund sites from the early twentieth century to the present day. While much attention concerning superfund sites is focused on the present-day clean-up efforts, there is […]

Robert Wagman

Classics 2013 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship Prof. Robert Wagman used the Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship to work on a book project titled Beliefs of Modern Greece (BMG), an annotated English translation of Leo Allatius’ De Graecorum hodie quorundam opinationibus from 1645. BMG is the first comprehensive treatment of Greek folklore ever published and has never […]

Jennifer Rea

Classics 2013 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship Prof. Jennifer Rea used her 2013 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship to complete her book project Empire Without End: Science Fiction, Fantasy and the Augustan Poets. In this book, she explores classical narratives, such as Vergil’s Aeneid, that permeate our culture. What, she asks, are the costs of empire without […]

Robert Kawashima

Religion 2013 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship Professor Robert Kawashima used his 2013 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship to continue work on his book manuscript The Archaeology of Ancient Israelite Knowledge. Kawashima’s book examines the intellectual-historical significance of Israelite religion within the context of the ancient Mediterranean world. Dr. Kawashima investigates what is often referred to as […]

Eleni Bozia

Classics 2013 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship Dr. Eleni Bozia used her 2013 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship to travel to Rome, Italy, where she completed the 3D scanning of statues at Palazzo Altemps – Soprintendeza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma under the supervision of archaeologist and curator Dr. Alessandra Capodiferro. The completion of this […]

Eric Segal

Education Curator of Academic Programs, Harn Museum of Art In collaboration with Ivy Chen Bishop Studies Center Manager, Harn Museum of Art 2013-2014 Library Enhancement Grant Dr. Eric Segal received a library enhancement grant to support acquisitions for the Bishop Studies Center (BSC) at the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art. The BSC under the […]

Malini Johar Schueller

Department of English 2013-2014 Library Enhancement Grant Professor Malini Johar Schueller, Professor of English and Director of the Asian American Studies Certificate Program, has received a Library Enhancement Grant to increase UF library holdings in Asian American Studies. Since the certificate program opened its doors at UF in 2004, students and faculty have expressed great […]