Clark-Huntington Joint Bibliographical Fellows

2016–17
Andrew Walking, University of Binghamton
“The Engravers Thomas Cross, Senior and Junior: The Years of Transition (ca. 1675–95)”

2014–15
Joanna Wharton, University of York
“Materiality and Gift Relations in British and American Educational Writing of the Long Eighteenth Century”

2013–14
Simon Macdonald, University College London
“The Novelist Elizabeth Meeke, the Minerva Press, and the Eighteenth-Century Literary Market”

2012–13
Jonathan Olson, University of Liverpool
“Humphrey Moseley, Bookseller and Literary Editor”

2011–12
Susan Mokhberi, University of California, Los Angeles
“Crossing the Mediterranean from England to Persia: Confrontations between European and Islamic Ambassadors”

2010–11
Paddy Bullard, University of Kent
“Jonathan Swift and the Nature of the Book”

Rebecca Bullard, Merton College
“Women and Publication, 1640–1740”

2009–10
Kathryn Gucer, Northwestern University
“Revolution across the Channel”

2008–09
Nicholas Fisher, University of London
“The Preparation of a Bibliography of the Work of John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester (1647–1680)”

2007–08
Eugene Giddens, Anglia Ruskin University
“The Complete Works of James Shirley”