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Fellows Spring 2014

Faculty Fellows Spring 2014

Qiang Fang
Department of History, College of Liberal Arts, Duluth
“Revolutionary Judiciaries: The Making of the People’s Courts in the Early People’s Republic of China (1949-1958)”

Jill Hasday
Law School
“Intimate Lies: Fraud in the Family”

Karen Ho
Department of Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts, Twin Cities
“When Work and Society Mimic Hedge Funds: Tracing Financial Risk Through Corporations and Investments ”
Karen Ho and the IAS

Patricia Lorcin 
Department of History, College of Liberal Arts, Twin Cities
The Cold War, Art and Politics in the transnational activism of Gloria de Herrera
Patricia Lorcin and the IAS

Lorena Muñoz 
Department of Geography, College of Liberal Arts, Twin Cities
“Queer, Brown and (In)Visible: Production, Consumption, and Performance of Immigrant Latina/o Vending Street-Scapes in Los Angeles”

Tisha Turk
English Discipline, Division of the Humanities, Morris
“Fan Vids and the Rhetoric of Music”

Interdisciplinary Doctoral Graduate Fellows 2013-14

Lars Christensen
School of Music,  College of Liberal Arts, Twin Cities
“Song Dynasty Musical Thought and the Development of Early Modern China”

Emily Fedoruk
Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature,  College of Liberal Arts, Twin Cities
“To Scale/For Sale: Gentrification and the Poetic Commodity”

François-Nicolas Vozel
Department of French and Italian, College of Liberal Arts, Twin Cities
“Facing the Music: Literature, Music, and Corporeal Writing”

Demetri Debe
Department of History, College of Liberal Arts, Twin Cities
“Necessary Connections: Building Black Mobility in the Public Markets of the Circum-Caribbean, 1660-1815″

Anaïs Nony
Department of French and Italian, College of Liberal Arts, Twin Cities
“Recollection and Modes of Subjectivation in the Age of Screen Culture”

Visiting Fellows

Yasmeen Arif, Fulbright
Sociology, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi
“Afterlife: Reconstituting the Damaged Social”

Mingyan Tang
Philosophy, Dalian University of Technology
“The Relationship between Passion and Rites”
Mingyan Tang and the IAS

Emily Johnson, Doris Duke Residency
Artist
“Shore”
Emily Johnson and the IAS

Faculty Fellows Fall 2013

M. Bianet Castellanos
Department of American Studies, College of Liberal Arts, Twin Cities
“The Politics of Housing, Debt, and Urbanization in Cancún, Mexico”
M. Bianet Castellanos and the IAS

Carl Elliott, Jr.
Center for Bioethics, Academic Health Center
“The Business of Clinical Research”
Carl Elliott, Jr. and the IAS
Richard J Graff
Department of Writing Studies
“Greek Rhetoric in Situ: Digitally Reconstructing Ancient Sites of Oratorical performance”
Richard Graff and the IAS
Matthew Rahaim
School of Music,  College of Liberal Arts, Twin Cities
“Voice Cultures: Ethical Power and Vocal Techniques in South Asia”
Matthew Rahaim and the IAS