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2015-2016 IHR Research Fellows

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We are very pleased to announce the 2015-2016 IHR Research Fellows.


IHR Faculty Research Fellows

Nico Orlandi, Philosophy
Working Title: “Inference and Implicit Bias”

Maya Peterson, History
Pipe Dreams: Water, Technology, and the Remaking of Central Asia in the Russian Empire and Soviet Union, 1848-1948

IHR Year-Long Dissertation Fellow

Kendra Dority, Literature
“Deciding the Letter: Toward an Ethics of Reading across the Classical Tradition and Contemporary Latino/a Studies”


IHR Summer Graduate Dissertation Fellows

Meg Eppel Gudgeirsson, History
“Raising Tomorrow’s Child: Children, Gender, and Race in Nineteenth-Century Religious Utopian Communities in the United States”

Anna Greenwood, Linguistics
“The role of channel bias in naturalness effects: An experimental approach”

Martin Rizzo, History
“Life Within the ‘Mission Of Padre Killers’: Indigenous Persistence and Survival in 19th Century Santa Cruz, California”

IHR Summer Graduate Research Fellows

Melissa Brzycki, History
“Inventing the Socialist Child in China, 1945-1976”

Jason Ostrove, Linguistics
“The Tonal System of Mixtec”

Delio Vasquez, History of Consciousness
“Criminality and Politics: The Black Liberation Army, African-American Guerilla Movement of the 1970s”

Tsering Wangmo, Literature
“The Reconstruction of Contemporary Tibetan Identity: Tradition, Nationalism, and Forms of Belonging”

Erik Zyman, Linguistics
“On the Nature of Syntactic Movement: ‘Superraising’ in P’urhepecha”


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