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2014-2015 Graduate Student Fellows   

Jessica K. Burch 
American Studies Fellow 
“‘Soap and Hope’: Direct Sales and the Cultures of Work and Capitalism in Postwar America” 
Department of History  

Adam B. Burgos 
George J. Graham Jr. Fellow 
“Political Resistance and the Constitution of Equality”
Department of Philosophy  

Kathleen R. DeGuzman 
Elizabeth Fleming Fellow 
“The Poetics of Entanglement: Anticolonial Thought Across the Anglophone Caribbean and Victorian Britain”
Department of English  

Daniel L. McAuley 
“Lexical Innovation in the Banlieues: Social Group, Ethnicity, Language and Identity”
School of Modern Languages (French), Queen’s University (Belfast)  

Luis Menéndez-Antuña 
“Thinking Sex with the Great Whore (Rev. 17-18): Deviant Sexualities in the Context of Empire”
Graduate Department of Religion  

Carly A. Rush 
“Outsiders Within: Cochlear Implants, Oralism and the Deaf Community in the 21st Century”
Department of Sociology  

Amy G. Tan 
“Richard Bernard and his Publics: A Puritan Minister as Author”
Department of History  

Brendan J. M. Weaver 
“’Fruit of the Vine, Work of Human Hands’: An Archaeology and Ethnohistory of Labor on the Jesuit Wine Haciendas of Nasca, Peru”
Department of Anthropology