Clark Dissertation Fellows

2017–18
Cody Trojan, University of California, Los Angeles
“Transforming Authority: Republicanism and Political Legitimacy, 1651–1762”

2016–17
Angelina Marie Del Balzo, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
“Literary Adaptation and the Orient, 1660–1837: Indigenizing the East”

2015–16
Katherine G. Charles, University of California, Los Angeles
“Charles, Katherine G., University of California, Los Angeles”

2014–15
Michael A.Nicholson, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
“Poetry in an Age of National Time: Narrative Progress and Lyric Anachronism in English Verse, 1700–1830”

2013–14
Megan Gallagher, Department of Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles
“Republics, Passions, and Patria in Early Modern Thought: Love of Country during the Long Eighteenth Century”

2011–12
Alex Eric Hernandez, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
“Necessary Evils: Tragic Form in an Age of Enlightenment”

Daniel Williford, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
“Bookish Sexualities: Fine Press Printing and the Museum Archive, 1871–1914”

2010–11
Naomi Taback, Department of History, University of California, Los Angeles
“Moral Reform in Early-Enlightenment England”

2009–10
Eric Wang, Department of Musicology, University of California, Los Angeles
“Mistuning the World: A Cultural History of Musical Tuning and Temperament in the Seventeenth Century”

2008–09
Vivian Leigh Davis, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
“Mongrel Forms, Mingled Forms: The Tragic/Comic in England, 1670–1760”

Dustin Edward Friedman, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
“Untidy Lives: Negativity and Desire in the British Künstlerroman, 1866–1919”

2007–08
Elizabeth Goodhue, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
“Satire, Sequels, Embodied Sensation: 1700–1755”

Elizabeth Morgan, Department of Musicology, University of California, Los Angeles
“The Virtuous Virtuoso: Women and the Pianoforte in Early Nineteenth-Century England”