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WW Fellows win Guggenheim Fellowships

Each year the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation awards fellowships to midcareer scholars, writers, and artists. Out of 3,000 applicants, 175 were awarded fellowships this year, including 11 from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation ranks.

Congratulations to the 2016 Fellows:

  • Jonathan David Bobaljik MN ’90 | Professor of Linguistics, University of Connecticut | Agreement Systems: Beyond Subject-Predicate
  • Nadja Durbach CN ’99 | Professor of History, University of Utah | Many Mouths: State-Feeding in Britain from the Workhouse to the Welfare State
  • Stephen M. Fallon CN ’84 | Cavanaugh Professor of the Humanities, University of Notre Dame | John Milton, Isaac Newton, and the Making of a Modern World
  • Craig Koslofsky CN ’93 | Professor of History, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign | The Deep Surface: Skin in the Early Modern World, 1450–1750
  • Richard Kraut WF ’65 | Professor of Philosophy, Northwestern University| Oysters and Experience Machines
  • Darrin M. McMahon MN ’91 | Mary Brinsmead Wheelock Professor, Department of History, Dartmouth College | Light in the Age of Enlightenment
  • Victoria Nelson WF ’65 | Writer, Albany, California | A Study of Allegory
  • Laura Pulido RU ’90 | Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity, University of Southern California | Sangre en la Tierra: Towards a Methodology for Engaging with Foundational Racial Violence
  • Timothy Rommen CN ’01 | Professor of Music and Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania | Sounding a Borderless Caribbean: The Creole Geographies of Dominica’s Popular Music
  • Matthew Avery Sutton CN ’04 | Edward R. Meyer Distinguished Professor, Department of History, Washington State University | FDR’s Army of Faith: Religion and Espionage in World War II
  • Jing Tsu MN ’95 | Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures and Comparative Literature, Yale University | China Off Script: Language Wars and the Rise of an Underdog to Global Power

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