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Fellowships at Winterthur Museum

From: Gretchen Buggeln <gbuggeln>
Date: Friday, June 9, 2000
2000-2001 Research Fellowship Awards
Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library is pleased to announce the
recipients of residential research fellowships for 2000-2001:

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship

    Michael Clapper, Skidmore College
    "Art after Industrialization: Reproductive Art in the U.S."

Lois F. McNeil Dissertation Fellowships

    Peter Betjemann, Princeton University
    "Ideal things: Originality, Imitation and Excess in the American
    Home, 1850-1920"

    Karen Fang, Johns Hopkins University
    "Empire of Signs: Print Capitalism and Cultural Consumption in
    Romantic Britain, 1816-1833"

    Mark Mitchell, Princeton University
    "The Artist-Makers: Professional Art Education in New York City
    during the Mid-Nineteenth Century"

    Karen Sherry, University of Delaware
    "Exposing the 'Natural' Woman: Female Bodies in American Visual
    Culture, 1785-1840"

Robert Lee Gill Fellowships

    Amy Henderson, University of Delaware
    "321 South Fourth Street: An Expression of Eighteenth-Century

    Nancy Odegaard, Arizona State Museum
    "A Visual Glossary of the Parts of Hand Made Material Culture

    Suzanne Flynt, Memorial Hall Museum, Deerfield, MA
    "The Arts and Crafts Movement in Deerfield"

    Heidi Nasstrom Evans, University of Maryland
    "Jane Byrd McCall Whitehead"

Dwight Lanmon Fellowship

    Diana Edwards, Smithsonian Institution
    "English White-Glazed Stoneware"

Hagley-Winterthur Fellowships

    Kim Burdick, Independent Scholar
    "Louise Crowninshield, Preservationist"

    Molly McCarthy, Brandeis University
    "Redeeming the Day: The History of the Daily Diary in America"

    Krystyn Moon, Johns Hopkins University
    "From 'John Chinaman' to 'Japanese Sandman': China and Japan in
    American Music, 1850-1920"

Winterthur Fellowships

    Kate Culkin, New York University
    "'Slight a Girl as She Was': Gentility, Reform, and Harriet

    Robert Edwards, Independent Scholar
    "Byrdcliffe Review"

    Nancy Green, Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University
    "The Byrdcliffe Colony"

    Briann Greenfield, Brown University
    "Constructing History: Public Memory in Deerfield,
    Massachusetts, Salem, Massachusetts, Providence, Rhode Island,
    and the Smithsonian's Museum of History and Technology,

    David Jaffee, City College of New York
    "Craftsman and Consumer in Early America, 1760-1860"

    Tanja Angleitner La Crois, Karl Franz University
    "The New Woman and the World: American Women and the
    Cosmopolitan Ethos, 1865-1920"

    Kathleen Lawrence, Boston University
    "Henry Tuckerman: Forging an American Cultural Identity"

    Christopher Lukasik, Johns Hopkins University
    "Discerning Characters: Physiognomy, the Novel, and Early
    American Visual Culture, 1780-1850"

    Deborah Mersky, Studio Artist
    "Visual Trends in Federal Era Decorative Arts"

    Joshua Ruff, The Museums at Stony Brook
    "Improving the Past: The Colonial Revival on Long Island"

    Susan Stabile, Texas A & M University
    "Beyond the Writing Closet: The Material Culture of Early
    American Women's Manuscripts"

    Louise Stevenson, Franklin & Marshall College
    "Consumption and Literacy: Gender, Material Culture, and
    Education in the New Republic"

    Joyce Storey, Philadelphia University
    "Changes and Developments in the Mechanical and Chemical
    Technologies of Textile Printing, 1750-1875"

    Jochen Wierich, Whitman College
    "The Domestication of History in American Art"

    Tom Wolf, Bard College
    "Byrdcliffe, An American Arts and Crafts Colony"

We congratulate our 2000-2001 fellows.  For information about
Winterthur's Research Fellowship Program, please call

    Pat Elliott
    pelliott [at] winterthur__org

or visit <URL:>.  Application deadline
for 2001-2002 fellowships is January 15, 2001.

                  Conservation DistList Instance 14:1
                   Distributed: Monday, June 19, 2000
                        Message Id: cdl-14-1-013
Received on Friday, 9 June, 2000

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