OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Center Fellowships

Visiting Research Scholars

James Capshew


Dept. of History
Indiana University
The Fascinations of Age: Bristlecone Pines Between History and Imagination

Miranda Paton


Horning Postdoctoral Fellow in the History and Philosophy of Science
Dept. of History
"Vertebrate Paleontology and the Evolutionary Synthesis, 1894-1944"

Liz Stillwagon Swan


Horning Post-Doctoral Fellow in the History and Philosophy of Science
"The Natural History of the Mind: From Biological Origins to 21st Century Technology "

Matthew Lassiter


Dept. of History
University of Michigan
"The Suburban Crisis: The Pursuit and Defense of the American Dream"

Chistopher Phelps


Dept. of History
The Ohio State University
"The Strike: A History of Ideas"

Matthew Rubery


Dept. of English
University of Leeds
"The Novelty of Newspapers: Victorian Friction after the Invention of the News"

Linda Leavell


Dept. of English
Oklahoma State University
"Marianne Moore: Possessed to Write"

Stephanie Ross


Dept. of Philosophy
University of Missouri-St. Louis
"Shared Taste, Critic Clusters, Bad Art"

Alison Futrell


Associate Professor of History
Dept. of History
University of Arizona
"Barbarian Queens"

Zaragosa Vargas


Professor of History
Dept. of History
University of California, Santa Barbara
"Fight for Social Justice and Democracy: Labor and the Early Mexican American Civil Rights Movement, 1946-1963"

Adam Rome


Associate Professor of History
Dept. of History
Pennsylvania State University
"Sustaining the Nation: Environmental Reform and the Emberence of Modern America"

Robin Schulze


Professor of English
Dept. of English
Pennsylvania State University
"'Beyond the Yawp': Nature, Natural History and the Origins of Modernist Poetry"

Julian D'Arcy


Dept. of English
University of Iceland
"'Suicidally Beautiful': A study of College Football in Twentieth-Century American Fiction"

Joseph Mtisi


Dept. of History
University of Zimbabwe
"Agrarian Change: Origins and Development of Outgrower (Contract) Tea Farming in Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe"

Michelle Szkilnik


Dept. of Foreign Languages & Literatures
University of Nantes
"Jouvencel: Critical Edition and Study of a Fifteenth-Century Romance"

John Tolan


Dept. of History
University of Nantes
"The Friar and the Sultan: Francis of Assisi’s Mission to al-Malik al-Kamil of Egypt in Western Art and Historiography"

Elizabeth Abel


Dept. of English
University of California - Berkeley
"Signs of the Times: The Visual Politics of Jim Crow"

Paul Spickard


Dept. of History
University of California - Santa Barbara
"Foreigners/Americans: Race, Colonialism, and Immigration in American History and Identity"

OSU Research Scholars

Richmond Barbour


Dept. of English
A Corporation at Cross-purposes: The East India Company in the Red Sea and Java, 1608-14

Nancy Froehlich


Occupy: Visualizing a Grass-Roots Movement in the 21st Century

Julie Green (Photo by Felicia Phillips)


Dept. of Art
The Last Supper

Charlotte Headrick


Dept. of Speech Communication & Theatre Arts
Raising Their Heads Above the Parapet: Women of the Irish Theatre

Andrea Marks


Occupy: Visualizing a Grass-Roots Movement in the 21st Century

Kirsi Peltomaki


Dept. of Art
The Experiential Turn: Art and Encounter in the 1970s

Gregg Walker


Dept. of Speech Communications
Dominant Discourses of Climate Change: Power and Culture in the Search for Common Ground

Lei Xue


Dept. of Art
Elegant Graffiti

Amy Below


Dept. of Political Science
“Environmental Foreign Policy in the New Millennium: Lessons from Kyoto in the Americas”

Norma Cárdenas


“Tex-Mex Borderlands: Mexican Ethnic Restaurants and Identity”

Patti Duncan


Dept. of Women Studies
“Saving Other Children from Other Women: Narratives of Rescue, Migration, and Illegitimate Motherhood”

Gary Ferngren


Dept. of History
“Medicine and Religion: A Historical Introduction”

Hannah Gosnell


"Rectification and Reterritorialization in the Klamath Basin"

Jonathan Kaplan


Dept. of Philosophy
“The Social and Biological Realities of Race”

Rebecca Olson


Dept. of English
“Weaving Device: The Arras in Early Modern Fiction”

Stuart Sarbacker


Dept. of Philosophy
“The Ecology of Contemporary Yoga: Philosophy, Economics, Politics”

Shiao-ling Yu


Dept. of Foreign Languages & Literatures
“Politics and Theatre in Twentieth-Century China: A Study of Lau She’s Dramatic Works”

David Bernell


Dept. of Anthropology
"The Curious Case of Cuba in American Foreign Policy"

Fina Carpena-Mendez


Dept. of Anthropology
"Seeds to the Wind: Growing Up Across Furrows and Borders in Neoliberal Rural Mexico"

Sebastian Heiduschke


Dept. of Foreign Languages & Literatures
"From Boring to Booming: Fan Cultures of East Germany's DEFA Cinema"

Anita Helle


Dept. of English
“Photo-signatures: Poetry, Photography, and the Changing Shapes of Literary Authorship since 1960”

Shelley Jordon


Dept. of Art
“Anita’s Journey”

Susan Meyers


Dept. of English
“Deo Otro Lado: Constructions of Literacy in Rural Mexico and the Effects of Transnational Migration”

Deanna Paniataaq Kingston


Dept. of Anthropology
“Niglarugut Ugiuvangmiuguruagut: We King Islanders are Wolf Dancing”

Keith Scribner


Dept. of English
“Connecticut Shade” (A Novel)

Evan Gottlieb


Dept. of English
"The Global Gothic: Tolerance, Aversion, and Cosmopolitanism in Ann Radcliffe and her Contemporaries"

Susan Jackson Rodgers


Dept. of English
"Is This a Good Time?" A novel

Janet Lee


Dept. of Women Studies
"Fallen Among Reformers: Miles Franklin in Chicago, 1906-1915"

Hua-Yu Li


Dept. of Political Science
"The Political Evolution of the CCP under Mao, Deng, and Their Successors"

Susan Shaw


Dept. of Women Studies
"Choosing the Better Part: Women, Faith, and Feminist Theology"

Jeff Sklansky


Dept. of History
"The Money Question: Currency in American Political Thought, 1700-1900"

Stacey Smith


Dept. of History
"California Bound: Unfree Labor, Race, and the Reconstruction of the Far West "

Tracy Daugherty


Dept. of English
"Dante's Astronomer: A Biography of Mary Evershed"

Neil Davidson


Dept. of English
"A Different Difference: Jewishness, Masculinity, and Zionism from the Modern to the Postmodern"

Hung-yok Ip


Dept. of History
"Unbound Identity: Mohism for Nonviolence"

Ben Mutchler


Dept. of History
"According to their Abilities: Capacity, Disability, and Citizenship in an Age of Revolution"

Mark Porrovecchio


Dept. of Speech Communications
"Building the Perfect Beast: F.C.S. Schiller and the Rhetorical Style of Pragmatic Humanism"

Bill Uzgalis


Dept. of Philosophy
"The Letters of Anthony Collins & Samuel Clarke"

Richmond Barbour


Dept. of English
"The Third Voyage: The East India Company Journals, 1607-10"

Neil Browne


Dept. of English
"Cascades Campus"

Joan Gross


Dept. of Anthropology
"Capitalism and Its Discontents: Investigating Foodways in Rural Oregon"

Robert Sahr


Dept. of Political Science
"Re-thinking Elements of Normative Democratic Theory in an Age of Social Cognitive Neuroscience and Voter Micro-Targeting"

Marjorie Sandor


Dept. of English
"The Oud Player: A Novella"

Bryan Tilt


Dept. of Anthropology
"Environmental Justice in China: Problems and Prospects"

Nabil Boudraa


Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages & Literatures
Dept. of Foreign Languages & Literatures
"Discursive Geographies: Writing Landscape in French and Francophone Literature"

Elizabeth Campbell


Associate Professor of English
Dept. of English
"The Language of Nighshades: The Solanaceae in Victoria’s Garden"

Marisa Chappell


Assistant Professor of History
Dept. of History
"From Welfare Rights to Welfare Reform: The Politics of AFDC, 1964-1984"

Kayla Garcia


Associate Professor of Foreign Languages & Literatures
Dept. of Foreign Languages & Literatures
"Translation of Los dolientes, a Jewish-Mexican Novel about mourning"

Steven Hackel


Associate Professor of History
Dept. of History
"Junipero Serra: California’s Founding Father"

Karen Holmberg


Assistant Professor of English
Dept. of English
"Black Pansies: Poems"

Nancy Rosenberger


Professor of Anthropology
Dept. of Anthropology
"Playing Out the Gamble: Japanese Women Delaying Marriage, A Decade Later"

Andrew Valls


Assistant Professor of Political Science
Dept. of Political Science
"Color-Conscious Liberalism: An Argument for Racial Justice"

Tara Williams


Assistant Professor of English
Dept. of English
"Inventing Womanhood: Gender and Language in Late Medieval Literature"

Kristin Barker


Assistant Professor of Sociology
Dept. of Sociology
"Virtual Communities and Contested Chronic Illness: An Exploration in Electronic Ethnography"

Evan Gottlieb


Assistant Professor of English
Dept. of English
"Romanticism, Globalization, and the Modern World Order"

Julie Green


Associate Professor of Art
Dept. of Art
"The Last Supper"

Charlotte Headrick


Professor of Speech Communication & Theatre Arts
Dept. of Speech Communication & Theatre Arts
"Women of Some Importance: Essays on Artists Who Influenced Theatre in the Twentieth Century"

Sarah Henderson


Assistant Professor of Political Science
Dept. of Political Science
"Developing Democratic Governance in Contemporary Russia: Citizen Activism in Russia"

William Husband


Professor of History
Dept. of History
"Nature in Modern Russia: A Social History"

Jon Lewis


Professor of English
Dept. of English
"If You Can't Protect What You Own, You Don't Own Anything: Piracy, Privacy, and Public Relations in 21st Century Hollywood"

Kirsi Peltomaki


Assistant Professor of Art
Dept. of Art
"Repositioning the Subject: The Art of Michael Asher"

Nicole von Germeten


Assistant Professor of History
Dept. of History
"Race and Society in Colonial Cartagena de Indies"

Lisa Ede


Professor of English
Dept. of English
"Citizen Reviewers: Popular Culture, Technology, and the Circulation of Cultural Power"

Vreneli Farber


Professor of Foreign Languages & Literatures - Russian
Dept. of Foreign Languages & Literatures
"The Stanislavsky Tradition in Post-Soviet Russia"

Hua-Yu Li


Associate Professor of Political Science
Dept. of Political Science
"Stalinism and the Ideological Transformation of China: 1938-1976"

Ben Mutschler


Assistant Professor of History
Dept. of History
"The Province of Affliction: Illness in Eighteenth-Century New England"

Laura Rice


Associate Professor of English
Dept. of English
"Imagined Lives: Maghribi Women, Literacy and Life Stories"

Steven Rubert


Associate Professor of History
Dept. of History
"A Political Ecology of Health Care in Colonial Zimbabwe"

Kieth Scribner


Assistant Professor of English
Dept. of English
"“What We Save” A Novel"

Susan Shaw


Assistant Professor of English
Dept. of English
"Competent Before God: Southern Baptist Women, Agency, and Autonomy"

Tracy Daugherty


Professor of English
Dept. of English
"Sadness in the City of Churches: The World as Donald Barthelme Knew It"

Neil Davison


Associate Professor of English
Dept. of English
"Cohn's Impotence: Hemingway's Feminized Jewish Pugilist"

Gary Fergren


Professor of History
Dept. of History
"Medicine and Health Care in Early Christianity"

Anita Helle


Associate Professor of English
Dept. of English
"New Directions in Plath Studies"

Alana Jeydel


Assistant Professor of Political Science
Dept. of Political Science
"Participation and Protest: Women and Politics in A Global World"

Barbara Loeb


Associate Professor of Art
Dept. of Art
"Life Story of Lillian Bullshows Hogan, Apsaalooke Indian Elder"

Andrea Marks


Assistant Professor of Art
Dept. of Art
"Freedom on the Fence, The Polish Poster"