Non-Tenure Track Faculty Research Fellows Archive

2017-2018 |2016-2017 |2015-2016 |2014-2015 |2013-2014 |2012-2013 | 2011-20122010-2011 | 2009-2010 | 2008-2009 | 2007-2008 | 2005-2006 | 2004-2005

The Glasscock Center offers awards of $1,000 each per academic year to support humanities research projects conducted by lecturers, visiting and adjunct faculty. These funds may be used to support normally reimbursable research expenses connected to a humanities research project.

2017-2018 Academic Year

Cecilia Smith | Clinical Assistant Professor, University Libraries
“The Geography of Ecclesiastical Power in the Spanish Colonial Philippines”

Adam Rosenthal | Assistant Professor, Department of International Studies
“Derrida’s Classroom”

2016-2017 Academic Year

Lawrence MacNamara | Lecturer, Department of History
“Big Sky: Popular Ideas about the Heavens in America, 1860-1969”

Lilia Campana | Instructional Assistant Professor, Department of Visualization
“Megalomania at Sea: The Recovery of Hellenistic Naval Architecture During the Renaissance”

2015-2016 Academic Year

Jayme Walenta | Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Geography
“My carbon or yours? Unearthing a history behind environmental responsibility as articulated in the corporate carbon footprint”

2014-2015 Academic Year 

Leonardo Cardoso| Lecturer in Music, Department of Performance Studies
“Sound and Crime in Brazil”

Jennifer Jones Barbour | Instructional Assistant Professor, Department of Communication
“Visible Citizenship: The McMillan Plan and the Transformation of the National Mall”
2014-December 2015

Angela Ahlgren | Department of Performance Studies
“Drumming Asian America: North American Taiko Conference 2015”
2014-December 2015

2013-2014 Academic Year

Eleanor Owicki| Assistant Lecturer in Theater Arts, Department of Performance Studies
“Staging a Shared Future: Performance and the Search for Inclusive Narratives in the ‘New’ Belfast”

Krista SteinkeFinch | Lecturer, Department of Visualization
“The Day the Sky Fell”

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2012-2013 Academic Year

Janet Spurgeon | Lecturer, Department of Visualization
“Cyborgs in Japanese Anime and Challenging Traditional Notions of Gender Identity”

Yuki Waugh | Lecturer, Department of International Studies
Collaborative Second Language Writing: Creating a University Website Project

Joshua Wood | Assistant Lecturer, Department of Philosophy
“Nisus in Leibniz, Berkeley, and Hume”

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2011-2012 Academic Year

Dionisio Ortega Aguilar | Lecturer, Department of Hispanic Studies
“Subjugated Subjects: Science, Culture, Religion, in El Periquillo Sarneinto

Candis Watts Smith | Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science
“Black Mosaic: Expanding Contours of Black Identity and Black Politics”

Joshua Wood | Assistant Lecturer, Department of Philosophy
“Hume’s Impression of Will”

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2010-2011 Academic Year

Josh Heuman | Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Communication
“Contract, Copyright, and the Contradictions of Industrial Authorship in Radio and Early Television Writing”

Rebecca Hewett | Assistant Lecturer, Department of Performance Studies
“Performing Race in Hazel MacKaye’s ALLEGORY”

Nicole McDaniel-Carder | Lecturer, Department of English
“The Language of Food in Ethnic American Culinary”

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2009-2010 Academic Year

Donald J. Curtis, Jr. | History
“Paper Presentation at Freies Universität Berlin” 

Jennifer Garland | English
“Imagining Identity and Language in a Global World” 

David Shane Wallace | English
“An Edition of Copway’s American Indian”

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2008-2009 Academic Year

Kristi Sweet | Philosophy
“Morality, Beauty, Nature: Kant and the Feeling of Life” 

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2007-2008 Academic Year

Kazuko Suzuki | Sociology
“Topology of Race: Race Beyond the Western Paradigm”

Kevin Glowacki | Architecture
“Ritual Feasting(?) in a Late Minoan Shrine”

Amy Earhart | English
“Editing the Concord Town Reports: 1841-1865”

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2005-2006 Academic Year

Amy Earhart | English
“19th Century Concord: A Historical and Literary Center”

Joan Wolf | Political Science
“The Maternal-Industrial Complex: Risk, Science, and Motherhood in America”

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2004-2005 Academic Year

Suzanne L. Eckert| Anthropology
“Pottery and Religious Architecture in 13th Century Zuni, New Mexico: An Unknown Legacy”

David R. C. Hudson | History
“John Redmond and the Irish Constitutional Tradition

Jennifer Lawrence | History
“The Long Road: Municipal Reform in San Antonio, Texas, 1939-1954”

Daniel Farnham | Philosophy
“Ethical Theory in the Works of Plato and the Greek Stoics”

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