2020–21 Awarded Visiting Fellowships

Albi Rosenthal Fellows in Music

Kristina Wolfe, Senior Researcher, Huddersfield University
Topic: The Viol historical discovery project
3 months

Tom Coult, Composer
Project: Commission for Oxford Lieder Festival based on Bodleian ‘Ephemera’
3 months

Bahari Fellows in the Persian Arts of the Book

Adeline Laclau, Independent Scholar
Topic: The Mamluk illuminated manuscripts in the Bodleian Library
6 months

Mahroo Moosavi, Sessional Academic, University of Sydney
Topic: Spatio-political Connotations of Inshā: The Form and Structure of Epistolary Texts Produced by the Safavid Court
6 months

Byrne Bussey Marconi Fellows

Alice Leonard, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Warwick
Topic: Correcting readers in 17th-century natural philosophy
4 months

A.R.E. Taylor, School of Media and Film, University of Winchester
Topic: Sunspots and Signal Loss: Tracing Space Weather Disruptions to Early Radio Communications in the Marconi Archives
6 months

David Walker Memorial Fellows in Early Modern History

Simon Mills, Lecturer, Newcastle University
Topic: Western 'Oriental' poetry, 17th -19th centuries
1 month

Elaine Murphy, Associate Professor, University of Plymouth
Topic: Women and the Stuart Navy
1 month

Kelsey Rubin-Detlev, Assistant Professor, University of Southern California
Topic: The Bible in Enlightenment Russia
2 months

Manuel Suarez Rivera, Investigador Ordinario, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Topic: Print culture of New Spain (1539-1821)
2 months

Mihoko Suzuki, Cooper Fellow in the Humanities, University of Miami
Topic: Women's manuscript writings as political discourse in early modern England
1 month

Humfrey Wanley Fellows

Alex Murray, Senior Lecturer, Queen’s University Belfast
Topic: Editing a volume of the work of ‘Michael Field’
1 month

William Stoneman, Curator of Early Books and Manuscripts (retired), Houghton Library of Harvard University
Topic: The Role of the Library of George Dunn (1865-1912) of Woolley Hall, near Maidenhead, as the Source for English and American Research Collections
1 month

Hope Williard, Academic Subject Librarian in History and Classical Studies, University of Lincoln
Topic: Lady Collationers: the Parker family and medieval manuscripts at the Bodleian, 1890-1911
1 month

Sassoon Fellows

Juliette Bourdier, Assistant Professor, College of Charleston
Topic: Parisian Books of Hours of the 15th century: a Social Object to the Parisian Community
1 month

Javier del Barco, Researcher, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Topic: Redefining the Sacred Book: Forms and Meanings of the Late Medieval Hebrew Bible in Western Europe
1 month

Andrew Hodgson, Lecturer, University of Birmingham
Topic: A new edition of The Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley
2 months

Rachael King, Associate Professor, University of California Santa Barbara
Topic: Colonial Improvement: The Material Texts of Racist and Anti-Racist Thought
1 month

Anne Longmuir, Associate Professor, Kansas State University
Topic: John Ruskin and the Victorian woman writer
1 month

Cristina Martinez, Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa
Topic: Jane Hogarth: The Untold Story of an Eighteenth-Century Printseller and Defender of Copyright Law
1 month

Laura Miles, Associate Professor, Universitetet i Bergen
Topic: St Birgitta of Sweden, her Revelations in medieval England, 1380-1530
1 month

Ghanshyam Sharma, Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales (INALCO)
Topic: Classical Indian theories of meaning
2 months

Alain Wijffels, Professor of Law, University of Leiden
Topic: Alberico Gentili’s Reading Notes: The Selection and Referencing of Authorities in Civil Law Scholarship c. 1580-1608
1 month

Niccolo Zorzi, Associate professor, Università di Padova
Topic: Bodleian MS. Roe 22: the ‘Panoplia dogmatike’ and the ‘History’ of Nicetas Choniates in an ‘encyclopaedic’ Greek manuscript of the 13th century
1 month

Bodleian Printer-in-Residence 2020

Thomas Gravemaker, LetterpressAmsterdam
Topic: Ornament in the spirit of John Ryder, Flowers and Flourishes
1 month

BSECS-Bodleian Fellow 2020

Daniel Cook, Senior Lecturer in English, Dundee University
Topic: Gulliver’s Afterlives

RSA-Bodleian Fellowship 2020

Andrea Crow, Assistant Professor, Boston College
Topic: Austerity Measures: The Poetics of Hunger in Early Modern English Literature