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Winterthur fellowships awarded

From: Gretchen Buggeln <gbugge>
Date: Monday, May 21, 2001
Winterthur Museum is pleased to announce the recipients of our
2001-2002 research fellowships:

    National Endowment for the Humanities Fellows:

        Wendy Bellion
        Wyeth Fellow, National Gallery of Art
        "Peale's Republic: Likeness and Deception in Early American
        Art"

        Mary Beaudry
        Associate Professor, Archaeology, Boston University
        "The Material Culture of Needlework and Sewing"

        Lisa Strong
        Assistant Professor, Art and Art History, James Madison
        University
        "The Watercolors of Alfred Jacob Miller"

    Lois F. McNeil Dissertation Fellows:

        Holly Heinzer
        Doctoral Candidate, History, Yale University
        "On the Move: The Means and Meanings of Travel in
        Northeastern America, 1780-1860"

        Nancy Holst
        Doctoral Candidate, Art History, University of Delaware
        "Architecture, Identity, and the Suburban Ideal in
        Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1850-1875"

        Amy Henderson
        Doctoral Candidate, Art History, University of Delaware
        "Furnishing the Republican Court: The Building and
        Decoration of Philadelphia Homes, 1790-1800"

    Hagley-Winterthur Fellow:

        Karen Blair
        Professor of History, Central Washington University
        "Mens' and Womens' Voluntary Associations in America,
        1875-1990"

    Robert Lee Gill Fellows:

        Christopher Augerson, Conservator, Versailles
        "The Study of American Carriage Painting and Varnish
        Materials of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries"

        Eleanor Hughes
        Doctoral Candidate, Art History, University of California,
        Berkeley
        "Marine Art Pertaining to the War of 1812"

        Stephen Pine, Conservator, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
        "American Card Tables: Design Driven Innovation"

    Winterthur Fellows:

        Benjamin Carp
        Doctoral Candidate, University of Virginia
        "Urban Spaces and Revolutionary Mobilization in North
        America, 1740-1790"

        Bryan Green
        Associate Curator for Prints and Photographs, Virginia
        Historical Society
        "In the Wake of Thomas Jefferson: The Architectural
        Education and Career of Thomas R. Blackburn, Architect in
        Antebellum Virginia"

        Arlette Klaric
        Assistant Professor, Design History, Buffalo State College,
        SUNY
        "Gustav Stickley's Arts and Crafts Designs: Negotiating
        Social Concerns and Commerce through the American Home"

        William Moore
        Executive Director, Enfield Shaker Museum
        "We Live in a Shaker House: Faith and Edward Deming Andrews,
        Shaker Material Culture and American Modernism, 1928-1963

        Sarah Mullen
        Doctoral Candidate, American Studies, University of Texas
        "Building the Boom: American Domestic Architecture since the
        Civil War"

        Robert Silberman
        Associate Professor, Art History, University of Minnesota
        "Americana"

        David Slater
        Doctoral Candidate, English, University of Minnesota
        "Embodying Heroines: Women in Illustrated American Fiction"

        Jose Torre
        Doctoral Candidate, History, SUNY-Binghamton
        "The Political Economy of Sentiment, Boston 1784-1822"

        Anthony Ugolnik
        Professor, English, Franklin and Marshall College
        "The Marketing of Masculinity in America"

        Joseph Wang
        Professor, Architecture, Virginia Tech
        "Marian Coffin's Winterthur Gardens as Seen by Ji Cheng,
        Noted Author and Garden Designer of Ming China"

        Anna Williams
        Visiting Lecturer, Communication, University of California,
        San Diego
        "Beefsteak was Unknown: The Transformation of Meat
        Consumption in the United States during the Nineteenth
        Century"

        Tom Wolf
        Professor, Art History, Bard College
        "Byrdcliffe: Woodstock's Original Art Colony"

Please join us in congratulating these fellows.  For information
about the Winterthur Fellowship Program, please visit
<URL:http://www.winterthur.org> and follow leads to the library,
call 302-888-4649, or email PElliott [at] winterthur__org. Application
deadline for 2002-2003 is January 15, 2002.


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