2014-15 Bodleian Libraries Visiting Fellows

The Royal Bank of Canada Foundation-Bodleian Visiting Fellows

STUART BARNARD, University of Calgary. Missionary Networks and Bible Distribution in Canada, 1830-1900. RBC-Bodleian Lecture on Missionaries and Religious Print Culture in Canada

JESSICA CLARK, McGill University. Beauty Brokers: Gender, Artifice, and the Victorian Grooming Industry, 1850-1912. RBC-Bodleian Lecture on Beauty and the Victorians and podcast on In Pursuit of Beauty: Modern Guides to the Hair, Face, and Body, 1784-1933

Byrne-Bussey Marconi Fellows 

ELIZABETH BRUTON, University of Leeds. Geographies of Marconi: Mapping the Early History of Marconi and His Companies, 1896-1901

KAPIL SUBRAMANIAN, King's College London. The British Heavy Electrical Industry and India

Humfrey Wanley Fellows 

ARNOLD HUNT, The British Library, The Birth of Bibliomania: Book Collecting in Britain 1650-1750

LAURE MIOLO, Bibliothèque Nationale de France. The Scientific Collection of the Medieval Library of Merton College, 1274-1500

Sassoon Visiting Fellow

KATE MACDONALD, Ghent University. Differences in the Depiction of Disability in Popular Print Culture 

David Walker Memorial Fellow in Early Modern History 

KATHERINE OLSON, University of Bangor. Finding Salvation: Popular Religion, Reformation & Culture in Wales and the Marches

Renaissance Society of America (RSA)-Bodleian Fellow 2014

RENEE RAPHAEL, University of California, Irvine. Reading the New Science: Scholarly Practices in 17th-century Experimentation and Mathematics

BSECS-Bodleian Fellow 2015

CLAIRE GALLIEN, Université Paul Valéry- Montpellier III. Orientalism in the Making, 1636-1813 

Dunscombe Colt Research Fellow 2015

DAVID MCKINSTRY, Kellogg College, University of Oxford. Interpreting Urban Italy: English Responses to Post-Antique Architecture in the Early 19th Century

For more information about the research carried out by Visiting Fellows, see The Conveyor, the Bodleian's blog.

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