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2011-2012 Graduate Student Fellows 

Diana Bellonby, Elizabeth E. Fleming Fellow
Department of English
“Magic Portraits: Visual Culture, Ekphrasis, and the Novel, 1850-1930”  

William Bishop
Department of History
“Diplomacy in Black and White: America and the Search for Zimbabwean Independence, 1965-1980”  

Matthew Duquès, American Studies Fellow
Department of English
“‘To a Certain Degree’: Northern Education Reform and Early U.S. Literature, 1781-1867”  

Matthew Eatough
Department of English
“Narrating the Ends of Class: Imperialism and Affect in the Twentieth-Century British World-System”  

Anna-Lisa Halling, Joe and Mary Harper Fellow
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
“Feminine Voice and Space in Early Modern Iberian Convent Theatre”  

Joanna Mazurska, George J. Graham Jr. Fellow
Department of History
“Making Sense of Czesław Miłosz: A Twentieth-Century Intellectual’s Dialogue with His Transnational Audiences”  

Tara Plunkett, Queen’s University, Belfast
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
“Self and Desire: Surrealism in the Images and Texts of Federico García Lorca, Rafael Alberti, Remedios Varo, and Leonora Carrington”  

Alison Suen, Ethel Mae Wilson Fellow
Department of Philosophy
“The Kinship of Language: Reworking the Human-Animal Divide”  

Robert Watson
Department of French and Italian
“Cities of Origin, Cities of Exile: Diasporic Life-Writing and the Emergence of Maghrebi Jewish Identity, 1985-2010”