OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Visiting Fellows

2012 - 2013

James Capshew


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

2011 - 2012

Miranda Paton


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

2010 - 2011

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 "

2008 - 2009

Matthew Lassiter


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

2008 - 2009

Chistopher Phelps


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

2008 - 2009

Matthew Rubery


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

2007 - 2008

Linda Leavell


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

2007 - 2008

Stephanie Ross


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

2006 - 2007

Alison Futrell


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

2006 - 2007

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"

2005 - 2006

Adam Rome


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

2005 - 2006

Robin Schulze


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

2004 - 2005

Julian D'Arcy


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

2004 - 2005

Joseph Mtisi


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

2004 - 2005

Michelle Szkilnik


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

2004 - 2005

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"

2003 - 2004

Elizabeth Abel


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

2003 - 2004

Paul Spickard


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