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2010-2011 Graduate Student Fellows 

Stacy Clifford, George J. Graham Jr. Fellow
Department of Political Science
“Indespensable Idiocy: The History of Cognitive Disability within Political Theory”  

Elizabeth Covington, Elizabeth E. Fleming Fellow
Department of English
“Reclaiming Memory: Literature, Science and the Rise of Memory as Property, 1860-1945”  

Christina Dickerson
Department of History
“Diplomats, Soldiers, and Slaveholders: The Coulon de Villiers Family in New France, 1700-1763”

Jennifer Foley
Department of Anthropology
“When Worlds Collide: Examining the Effects of Cross-Cultural Interaction on Ancient Maya Identity and Community”

Sarah Glynn, American Studies Fellow
Department of Sociology
“You Think It, They Ink It: Narratives and Identity Formation in Tattooing Service Counters”  

Clive Hunter, Queen’s University, Belfast
Department of French and Italian
Masculinites francophones: An Exploration of Textual Performances of Gender in Contemporary Men’s Fiction in French”  

Jason Parker, Joe and Mary Harper Fellow
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
“From Page to Stage: The Rise of Print Journalism, the Birth of the Modern Spectator, and the Transformation of the Spanish Stage”  

Sarah Tyson, Ethel Mae Wilson Fellow
Department of Philosophy
“Models of Engagement: Genevieve Lloyd, Luce Irigaray, Michele Le Doeuff and the History of Philosophy”  

Elizabeth Zagatta
Department of Religion
“The Reclamation of Sexual Pleasure in Christian Ethics and Pastoral Theology”