Ralph Patrello

Ph.D. Candidate, History 2016-2017 Rothman Doctoral Fellowship Ralph Patrello, a Ph.D. candidate in the History Department, used his 2016 Rothman Doctoral Fellowship to travel to Toulouse and Bordeaux to access archaeological site reports on cemeteries and ceramics relevant to his dissertation, “Power and Self-Representation in Southern Gaul, 395-600 AD.” Patrello’s work focuses on burial practices […]

Kenneth Noble

Ph.D. Candidate, Education 2016-2017 Rothman Doctoral Fellowship Kenneth Noble, a Ph.D. candidate in the College of Education studying schools, society, and culture, used his 2016 Rothman Doctoral Fellowship to Travel to Tucson, Arizona and Cincinnati, Ohio to complete archival research relevant to his dissertation, “Patrolling the Hallways: The History of Police Presence in Urban Public […]

Brian Hamm

Ph.D., History 2016-2017 Rothman Doctoral Fellowship Brian Hamm, who received his Ph.D. in history in August 2017, used his Rothman Doctoral Fellowship during the summer of 2016 to travel to the Archivo General de Indias in Seville, Spain to access archival documents on the Spanish Inquisition for his dissertation, “Between the Foreign and the Familiar: […]

Nicholas Foreman

Ph.D. Candidate, History 2016-2017 Tedder Family Doctoral Fellowship Nicholas Foreman, a Ph.D. candidate in the History Department, used his 2016 Tedder Family Doctoral Fellowship to travel to New Orleans and Chicago to access archival documents and archaeological data for his dissertation, “The Calorie of Progress: Food and Culture in the Lower Mississippi Valley, 1760-1850.” In […]

Bhakti Mamtora

Ph.D. Candidate, Religion 2016-2017 Tedder Family Doctoral Fellowship Bhakti Mamtora received a Tedder Family Doctoral Fellowship to travel to Gujarat, India for archival and ethnographic fieldwork for her dissertation, “The Making of a Modern Scripture: The History of a Book from 19th-century Gujarat.” Her project analyzes the process of transforming oral narrative and culture into […]

Jodi Schorb

Department of English 2016 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship Dr. Jodi Schorb, Associate Professor in the Department of English, used her 2016 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship to study primary materials in the Human Sexuality Collection at Cornell University and the Wilkinson collection at Yates County History Center, NY. Her current book-length manuscript project, Life Writing and […]

Jennifer Rea

Department of Classics 2016 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship Dr. Jennifer Rea, Associate Professor in the Department of Classics, used her 2016 Rothman Faculty Fellowship to revise and finish the manuscript for her current book project, a graphic history entitled Perpetua’s Journey: Faith, Gender, and Power in the Roman Empire. Perpetua’s Journey combines sequential art and […]

Evan Hart

Center for African American Studies 2016 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship Dr. Evan Hart, Visiting Assistant Professor in African American Studies, used her 2016 Rothman Faculty Fellowship to travel to Smith College to do archival research for her current book project, “Building an Inclusive Movement: the National Black Women’s Health Project and the Battle for Health, […]

Michelle Campos

History 2016 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship Dr. Michelle Campos (Department of History), an Associate Professor studying the modern Middle East, used her 2016 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship to travel to Jerusalem and conduct research relating to her current book project, Unmixing the Holy City, and an accompanying multi-media GIS project, “Jerusalem 1905.” Taken together, these […]

Hélène Blondeau

Literatures, Languages, and Cultures 2016 Rothman Faculty Summer Fellowship Dr. Hélène Blondeau, Associate Professor of Languages, Literatures and Culture, used her 2016 Rothman Faculty Fellowship to travel to the United Kingdom, Belgium, and Canada. She used the trips to access research materials at the University of Montreal, and to consult other specialists in Brussels and […]