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Fellows’ Recently Published Works: 2020

December 8, 2022 | Kristen Chavez

Despite unprecedented challenges from the pandemic, the Institute’s Faculty and Academic Leadership Fellows continued to publish scholarship and create artistic works through 2020. This compiles the published books, films, compositions and performances created by Faculty and Academic Leadership Fellows since 2020.


Album cover for DuoStephen Anderson (FFP ’14), Music

Duo (LP) with Jason Foureman, Summit Records, 2020.


Todd BenDor (ALP ’20), City and Regional Planning

Agent-Based Modeling of Environmental Conflict and Cooperation, CRC Press.


Misha Becker (FFP ’12, ALP ’19), Linguistics

Language Acquisition and Development: A Generative Introduction with Kamil Ud Deen, MIT Press.


Maya Berry (FFP ’21), African, African American and Diaspora Studies

In Gratitude: A Choreography of Freedom choreography project, performed at the Visionary Aponte: Art & Black Freedom exhibit at the Power Plant Gallery, 2020.


Mark Evan Bonds (FFP ’99), Music

Beethoven: Variations on a Life, Oxford University Press.


Emily Burrill (FFP ’14, ALP ’19), Women’s and Gender Studies

Legislating Gender and Sexuality in Africa: Human Rights, Society, and the State with Lydia Boyd, University of Wisconsin Press.


Tim Carter (FFP ’15), Music

Oklahoma! The Making of an American Musical, Revised and Expanded Edition, Oxford University Press.


Carl W. Ernst (FFP ’01, ’14, ALP ’09), Religious Studies

Featured in: Words of Experience: Translating Islam with Carl W. Ernst, edited by Ilyse R. Morgenstein Fuerst and Brannon M. Wheeler, Equinox Publishing.


Cover of Performing CommemorationAnnegret Fauser (FFP ’04), Music

Performing Commemoration: Musical Reenactment and the Politics of Trauma, with Michael Figueroa, University of Michigan Press.


Michael Figueroa (FFP ’04), Music

Performing Commemoration: Musical Reenactment and the Politics of Trauma, with Annegret Fauser, University of Michigan Press.


Mary Floyd-Wilson (FFP ’04), English and Comparative Literature

Geographies of Embodiment in Early Modern England, edited with Garrett A. Sullivan Jr, Oxford University Press.

Contagion and the Shakespearean Stage, editor, Palgrave MacMillan.

Read a Q&A with Floyd-Wilson and the College of Arts & Sciences.


Karen Hagemann (FFP ’08), History

The Oxford Handbook of Gender, War, and the Western World since 1600, Oxford University Press.

Read a Q&A with Hagemann and her book with the College of Arts & Sciences.


Cover of Sisters and Rebels: A Struggle for the Soul of AmericaJacquelyn Hall (FFP ’04), History

Sisters and Rebels: A Struggle for the Soul of America (Paperback), W.W. Norton.

The hardcover edition of Sisters and Rebels was the winner of the 2020 PEN America/Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for Biography, the 2020 Summersell Prize, a 2020 PROSE Award, the Georgia Historical Society Bell Award, Southern Historical Association Charles S. Sydnor Award and a Plutarch Award finalist.


Julia Haslett (FFP ’18), Communication

Pushed Up the Mountain (documentary).


Miguel La Serna (FFP ’15), History

With Masses and Arms: Peru’s Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement, UNC Press.


James Leloudis (FFP ’92, ’97, ALP ’03), History

Fragile Democracy: The Struggle Over Race and Voting Rights in North Carolina with Robert R. Korstad, UNC Press.

Read a story about Leloudis and his book in the Carolina Arts & Sciences Magazine.


Elizabeth Olson (FFP ’17), Geography

Routledge Handbook of Gender and Feminist Geographies, edited with Anindita Datta, Peter Hopkins, Lynda Johnston and Joseli Maria Silva.


Cover of Ella Baker’s Catalytic LeadershipPatricia Parker (FFP ’02, ALP ’11), Communication

Ella Baker’s Catalytic Leadership: A Primer on Community Engagement and Communication for Social Justice, University of California Press.

Read a Q&A with Parker and the College of Arts and Sciences.


Donald Reid (FFP ’91, ’93, ’95, ’06), History

L’affaire Lip, 1968-1981 (French Edition), PU Rennes, 2020.


Steven Rosefielde (FFP ’00, ’07), Economics

Populists and Progressives: The New Forces in American Politics, editor, World Scientific.

Transformation and Crisis in Central and Eastern Europe: Challenges and Prospects, Routledge. Putin’s Russia: Economy, Defence and Foreign Policy, World Scientific.


Matthew Taylor (FFP ’17), English and Comparative Literature

Co-editor, The Palgrave Handbook of Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature and Science, Palgrave Macmillan.


Molly Worthen (FFP ’17), History

Charismatic Leaders Who Remade America, Great Courses Audible Original, 2020.

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