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2011-2012 Research Fellows Announcement

Announcement:  Faculty Research Fellowships, 2011-2012

The Jackman Humanities Institute is proud to present the 2011-2012 slate of Faculty Research Fellows.  For further information about each fellow and his or her project, click on their name.

Twelve-month (residential) Fellows, on the theme of Location/Dislocation

Research Fellows hold an office on the 10th floor of the Jackman Humanities Building and are the central members of a circle of fellows. They are University of Toronto tenured faculty, chosen for their excellence and in relation to the annual theme.

Mark Kingwell (Professor, Department of Philosophy, UTSG)
"Dislocation and Democracy's Gift"

Jeannine DeLombard (Associate Professor, Department of English and Drama, UTM)
"Ebony Idols: Famous Fugitive Slaves in Britain on the Eve of the American Civil War"

Mary Nyquist (Professor, Department of English and Women and Gender Studies Institute, UTSG)
"Barbarism and Freedom: Locating Enlightenment Chains"

Download announcement and profiles for twelve-month Fellows here.

Six-month (non-residential) Fellows

Research leaves are granted by the Jackman Humanities Institute as a continuation of the Chancellor Jackman Research Fellowships in the Humanities Program.  Holders of this fellowship receive a six-month leave from the normal teaching and administrative duties of their department in order to undertake research (including travel) on the project proposed in their application.  They may be tenured or tenure-track faculty and are chosen for demonstrated excellence of scholarship.

Joshua Pilzer (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Music, UTSG)
"Songs and Music of Korean Victims of the Atomic Bomb"

Eva-Lynn Jagoe (Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, UTSG)
"Too Much: The Time of Reading, The Time of Psychoanalysis"

Natalie Rothman
(Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities, UTSC)
"The Dragoman Renaissance: Diplomatic Interpreters and the Making of the Levant"

Download announcement and profiles for six-month Fellows here.

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