Faculty Travel-to-Archives or Travel-for-Fieldwork Grant Archive

Faculty Travel-to-Archives or Travel-for-Fieldwork Grant Archive

2010-2011 | 2009-20102008-2009 | 2007-2008 | 2006-2007

The Glasscock Center makes available grants in the fall and spring semesters of up to $1,000 each for travel to archives or to undertake field work to further humanities-related projects. Tenured and tenure-track faculty members in affiliated departments are invited to apply. Applicants may receive no more than one Glasscock Center Travel to Archives or Travel for Field Work Grant within a three-year period.

2010-2011 Academic Year

Fall 2010

David Z. Chroust | History
“Bohemians in the Forest City: Josef Martinek and Czech Cleveland, 1900-1950”

Qwo-Li Driskill | English
“Asegi Stories: Cherokee Queer and Two-Spirit Memory”

Shona N. Jackson | English
“Basquiat after Dial: Bridging the Gap Between Black Labor and Critique”

Kazuko Suzuki | Sociology
“Post-Male Feminism in Contemporary Japan: The Yaoi Phenomenon”

Diego von Vacano | Political Science
“Immigrant Identity in a Cosmopolitan World”

Spring 2011

Harriette Andreadis | English
“Asegi Stories: Cherokee Queer and Two-Spirit Memory”

Melanie Hawthorne | European and Classical Languages and Cultures
“36 Views of Renee Vivien”

 

2009-2010 Academic Year

Armando Alonzo | History
“Texas and Northern Mexico: Rise of a Transnational Society and Economy, 1848-1941”

Jayson Beaster-Jones | Performance Studies
“Selling Music: Commodity Genres and the Marketplace in Neoliberal India”

Tasha N. Dubriwny | Communication
“Postfeminist Risk: ‘Vulnerable/Empowere’ Woman of Health Discourse”

Brian Imhoff | Hispanic Studies
“Madrid MS. for edition of Diego de Trujillo’s ‘Relacion del descubrimiento del reyno del Peru”

Tazim Jamal | Recreation Park and Tourism Science
“Developing a Culture of Sustainability in the Destination Community of Canmore, Canada”

Claire Katz | Philosophy
“Levinas and the Crisis in Humanism”

Robert Mackin | Sociology
“Secularization and the Structuring of the Public Sphere in Mexico”

Britt Mize | English
“The Textual Problems of Henry Medwall’s ‘Fulgens and Lucres’”

Anne Morey | English
“Women’s Eroticism in 1920s Film and Literature”

Jason Parker | History
“Wilson’s Curse: Communalism, Nationalism, and the End of Empire in Postware Third World Federations”

Tasha N. Dubriwny | Communication
“Postfeminist Risk: ‘Vulnerable/Empowere’ Woman of Health Discourse”

Brian Imhoff | Hispanic Studies
“Madrid MS. for edition of Diego de Trujillo’s ‘Relacion del descubrimiento del reyno del Peru”

Tazim Jamal | Recreation Park and Tourism Science
“Developing a Culture of Sustainability in the Destination Community of Canmore, Canada”

Britt Mize | English
“The Textual Problems of Henry Medwall’s ‘Fulgens and Lucres’”

Anne Morey | English
“Women’s Eroticism in 1920s Film and Literature”

Jason Parker | History
“Wilson’s Curse: Communalism, Nationalism, and the End of Empire in Postware Third World Federations”

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2008-2009 Academic Year

Benjamin Brower | History
“The Mediterranean Hajj under French Rule, 1798-1962”

Dominique Chlup| Educational Administration and Human Resource Development
“‘First Lady of the Department of Correction’: The Role of Anna M. Kross, 1954-1966”

Brett Cooke| European and Classical Languages and Cultures
“Zamyatin’s Film Scenario, ‘D-503’”

Nancy Joe Dyer| Hispanic Studies
“Text and Image in Sermons and Christian Doctrines in New Spain, XVI-XVII Centuries”

Marian Eide| English
“The Lure of Violence: Political Brutality in Twentieth-Century Aesthetics”

Daniel Humphrey| Film Studies
“The Foreign Self: Queer Spectatorship and the European Art Cinema”

Claire Katz| Philosophy
“Beyond the Cave: The Paradox of Education and the Return to Jewish Wisdom”

Hoi-eun Kim| History
“Inscribing Racial Boundaries: German Medical Anthropology and the Making of Races in Japan’s Empire”

Roger Reese| History
“Russia’s ‘Greatest Generation’: The Soviet Citizen-Soldier in the Second World War, 1939-1945”

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2007-2008 Academic Year

Sabine Arnaud | European Classical Languages and Cultures
“Wording Hysteria (Les Mots de l’Hysterie)”

Christian Brannstrom | Geography
“The Making of an Irrigated Agricultural Landscape in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of South Texas”

Glenn A. Chambers | History
“The Migration of Creoles of Color to Southeast Texas and the Making of Black Houston, 1900-1950”

Leah DeVun | History
“Enter Sex: Science, Hermaphrodites, and the Demands of Difference”

Angela Pulley Hudson | History
“Reading between the Lines: Creeks, Slaves, and the Settles on the Borders of the U.S. South, 1790s-1820”

Hoi-eun Kim | History
“Cure for Empire: Seirogan and a Cultural History of Pharmaceutical Medicine in Modern Japan”

Roger Reese | History
“Russia’s ‘Greatest Generation’: The Soviet Citizen-Soldier in the Second World War, 1939-1945”

Gary Varner | Philosophy
“Studying Humane Sustainable Poultry Production”

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2006-2007 Academic Year

Nandini Bhattacharya | English
“Cinema and Law: Rupture, Rapture and Indian Nation-Building Since 1947”

Troy Bickham | History
“Making the British Imperial: Empire and Society in Britain, 1688-1837”

Brett Cooke | European and Classical Languages and Cultures
“Natural Psychology in the Evolution of Russian Literature: Nabokov’s Implicit Psychology”

Theodore George | Philosophy
“Objectivity: Hermeneutics and Philosophy”

Dror Goldberg | Economics
“The Beginnings of Paper Money”

Craig Kallendorf | English
“The Printing and Reception of Virgil’s Aeneid: The Princeton Morgan Collection”

Rebecca Hartkopf Schloss | History
“France at the Edges: Life in France’s Atlantic Port Cities, 1700-1850”

Adam Seipp | History
“In a Foreign Land: GIs, West Germans, and Cold War Culture in Franconia, 1950-80”

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