Fellows’ Recently Published Works: 2021
December 8, 2022 | Kristen Chavez
Throughout 2021, IAH Fellows continued to launch exhibitions, debut new works and publish new manuscripts.
Daniel Anderson (FFP ’03, 07), English and Comparative Literature
Video Scholarship and Screen Composing, University of Michigan Press.
Stephen Anderson (FFP ’14), Music
Desde Lejos, album with the Dominican Jazz Project, Summit Records. Finalist for Best Album, and song “Fuera de la Oscuridad” finalist for best song.
Janice Bardsley (FFP ’98, ’04, ’15), Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Maiko Masquerade: Crafting Geisha Girlhood in Japan, University of California Press.
Michele Berger (ALP ’09, FFP ’12, ’20), Women’s and Gender Studies
Read a Q&A with Berger about her book with the College of Arts & Sciences.
Inger Brody (FFP ’11), English and Comparative Literature
Jane Austen & Co. web series (co-director, co-founder, co-host).
Chad Bryant (FFP ’19), History
Prague: Belonging in the Modern City, Harvard University Press.
Read an interview with Bryant about his book with the College of Arts and Sciences.
Mara Buchbinder (FFP ’19), School of Medicine
Scripting Death: Stories of Assisted Dying in America, University of California Press.
Claude Clegg (FFP ’17), African, African American and Diaspora Studies
The Black President: Hope and Fury in the Age of Obama, Johns Hopkins University Press.
Mark J.C. Crescenzi (FFP ’13), Political Science
Market Power Politics: War, Institutions, and Strategic Delay in World Politics with Stephen E. Gent, Oxford University Press.
Read a Q&A with Crescenzi with the College of Arts and Sciences.
María DeGuzmán (FFP ’04), English and Comparative Literature
“Key of Lightning” in Solstice Lit: A Magazine of Diverse Voices.
“Gestalt” in Pensive: A Global Journal of Spirituality and the Arts, Northeastern University.
“Ganzfeld of Water” in Bombay Gin journal, Naropa University.
“Cyclorama of Souls” (mixed media) in The Closed Eye Open.
Mark W. Driscoll (FFP ’06), Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
The Whites Are Enemies of Heaven: Climate Caucasianism and Asian Ecological Protection, Duke University Press.
Oswaldo Estrada (FFP ’11, ’16, ’21), Romance Studies
Las guerras perdidas, Sudaquia.
Editor, Fronteras de violencia en México y Estados Unidos, Albatros.
Exhibition: ARTE LATINO NOW, Queens University of Charlotte.
William R. Ferris (FFP ’07), History
I AM A MAN: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement, 1960-1970, University Press of Mississippi.
Read a Q&A with Ferris with the College of Arts and Sciences.
Michael Gerhardt (FFP ’10), School of Law
Lincoln’s Mentors: The Education of a Leader, HarperCollins.
Daniel Gitterman (ALP ’09), Public Policy
The Intersector: How the Public, Nonprofit, and Private Sectors Can Address America’s Challenges, edited with Neil Britto, Brookings Institution Press.
Read a Q&A with Gitterman by the College of Arts & Sciences.
Banu Gökariksel (FFP ’08, ’15, ’17; ALP ’20), Geography
Feminist Geography Unbound, edited with Sara Smith, Michael Hawkins and Christopher Neubert; West Virginia University Press.
Sabine Gruffat (FFP ’16), Art and Art History
Exhibition: Move or Being Moved at Onion City Film Festival, Chicago, IL.
VisArts Gallery’s Frame and Frequency VII, Rockville, MD.
Oberhausen International Film Festival, Germany. E. Craig Wall Jr. Academic Center Van Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson College, Davidson, NC.
Elizabeth Havice (FFP ’19), Geography
The Routledge Handbook of Critical Resource Geography, edited by Matthew Himley, Elizabeth Havice and Gabriela Valdivia, Routledge.
Dorothea Heitsch (FFP ’16), Romance Studies
Early Modern Visions of Space: France and Beyond, UNC Press.
Jim Hirschfield (FFP ’90, ’93, ’01; ALP ’12), Art and Art History
Nature’s Integral Elements at Lattawood Park, Bellevue, Washington.
Gilded Threads, Charlotte, NC.
Hadley’s Cell in Odessa, TX.
Serenella Iovino (FFP ’21), Romance Studies
Italo Calvino’s Animals: Anthropocene Stories, Cambridge University Press.
Emil Keme (FFP ’13), Romance Studies
Le Maya Q’atzij/Our Maya Word: Poetics of Resistance in Guatemala, University of Minnesota Press.
Heidi Kim (FFP ’15), English and Comparative Literature
Illegal Immigrants/Model Minorities: The Cold War of Chinese American Narrative, Temple University Press, 2021.
Jacqueline Lawton (FFP ’18), Dramatic Art
World Premiere: Edges of Time, PlayMakers Repertory Company.
So Goes We in the Telling Our Stories of Home: International Performance Pieces by and About Women.
Caption: Kathryn Hunter-Williams as Marvel Cooke in the world premiere of Edges of Time, which was streamed to audiences in May 2021 as part of PlayMakers Repertory Company’s virtual season. Photo by Alex Maines.
Nichola Lowe (FFP ’12), City and Regional Planning
Read a Q&A with Lowe with the College of Arts and Sciences.
Joseph Megel (FFP ’11), Communication
Directed: Masters Falls, The Process Series.
Directed: Cascade, The Process Series.
Bobbi Owen (FFP ’90, ’01; ALP ’05), Dramatic Art
Costume Design for Edges of Time, PlayMakers Repertory Company, 2021.
Susan Page (FFP ’15), Women’s and Gender Studies
Exhibition: “Io e Me: Autoritratti nel Periodo Del Lockdown,” Sala 1 Gallery, Rome, Italy, 2021.
David Pfennig (ALP ’19), Biology
Editor: Phenotypic Plasticity & Evolution: Causes, Consequences, Controversies, Routledge.
Morgan Pitelka (FFP ’17, ALP ’18), Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Letters from Japan’s Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries with Reiko Tanimura and Takashi Masuda, University of California, Berkeley IEAS Publications.
C.D.C. Reeve (FFP ’10), Philosophy
Aristotle: Eudemian Ethics: Translated with Notes and an Introduction, Hackett Publishing Company.
Stanislav Shvabrin (FFP ’15), Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literature
Vladimir et la traduction, Artois Presses Université.
Bland Simpson (FFP ’98, ’06), English and Comparative Literature
Jennifer Smith (FFP ’14), Linguistics
We Were About Here, for analog electronic sound, in Jon Rollins art installation video at Horace Williams House, Chapel Hill, NC.
Sara Smith (FFP ’11, ’18), Geography
Feminist Geography Unbound, edited with Banu Gökariksel, Michael Hawkins and Christopher Neubert, West Virginia University Press.
Jane Thrailkill (FFP ’02, ’09, ’13), English and Comparative Literature
Philosophical Siblings: Varieties of Playful Experience in Alice, William, and Henry James, University of Pennsylvania Press.
Gabriela Valdivia (FFP ’15, ’22), Geography
The Routledge Handbook of Critical Resource Geography, edited with Matthew Himley and Elizabeth Havice, Routledge.
Hérica Valladares (FFP ’21), Classics
Painting, Poetry, and the Invention of Tenderness in the Early Roman Empire, Cambridge University Press, 2021.
Adam Versényi (FFP ’93, ALP ’04), Dramatic Art
PlayMakers Repertory Company: A History with Bobbi Owen, UNC Press.
The Mercurian: A Theatrical Translation Review, editor.
On Stage: The Agony of Ecstasy (translation of El suplicio del placer by Sabina Berman), performed at California State University, Fresno.
Joseph Viscomi (FFP ’01), English and Comparative Literature
William Blake’s Printed Paintings: Methods, Origins, Meanings, Yale University Press.
Digital Exhibition: William Blake’s Biblical Illustrations, with others, William Blake Archive.
Alex Worsnip (FFP ’20), Philosophy
Fitting Things Together: Coherence and the Demands of Structural Rationality, Oxford University Press.
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