Kanner Fellows in British Studies

2016–17
Sean Thomas O’Neill, Columbia University
“Technicians of the Sign: The Practice of Semiotics in Early Modern Europe, 1550–1750”

2014–15
Julia K. Callander, University of California, Los Angeles
“The Plagiarist, the Sodomite, and the Cannibal: Authorship and the History of Sexuality, 1740–1820”

Heather Marcovitch, Red Deer College
“Harland, D’Arcy, Beardsley: Authorship and Editorship at The Yellow Book

2013–14
Bethany Cencer, State University of New York at Stony Brook
“Eighteenth-Century Masculinity and English Partsong Societies”

Diana Solomon, Simon Fraser University
“The Repetition of Comedy in Long-Eighteenth-Century British Theater”

2012–13
Toni Bowers, University of Pennsylvania
“The Seduction of Scotland: Sexual Metaphors and the Union Debate, 1705–1707”

Brendan Gillis, Indiana University, Bloomington
“Conduits of Justice: Law, Local Government, and the State in Eighteenth-Century Britain”

2011–12
John Collins, University of Virginia
“So That His Word Is a Law: Martial Law in English Dominions, 1550–1700”

Robert Iliffe, University of Sussex
“Priest of Nature: The Political Theology of Isaac Newton”

2010–11
Sören Hammerschmidt, University of Edinburgh
“Augustan Heads and August Characters”

2009–10
Renee Fox, Princeton University
“Necromantic Victorians: Reanimation, History, and Political Aesthetics”

2008–09
Nedda Mehdizadeh, George Washington University
“East of Eden: Early Modern Fantasies of Persia”

2007–08
Derya Gurses Tarbuck
“Nine Muses of Edinburgh in the Eighteenth Century: New Approaches to Enlightenment Sociabilities”

Amit Yahav-Brown, University of Haifa
“Moments; or Time and the Novel”