All Townsend Fellows

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Professor
2010-2011

Steven Justice is professor of English and founding director of the Center for the Study of Religion.

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Christopher Hallett, History of Art
Professor
2010-2011

A specialist in Roman sculpture, Christopher Hallett is professor of Classics and History of Art.

Galen Cranz
Galen Cranz, Architecture
Professor
2010-2011

Professor of Architecture Galen Cranz is the author of The Chair: Rethinking Culture, Body and Design and The Politics of Park Design: A History of Urban Parks in America.

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Saskia Ziolkowski, Italian Studies
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow
2010-2011

Saskia Ziolkowski explores modern Italian literature from the perspective of its understudied relationship with German-language literature. Her dissertation, “Trieste and the Migrations of Modernism: Fin-de-siècle Austria in the Italian Literary Landscape,” investigates these relationships through the lens of a single city.

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Julia White, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Museum Fellow
2010-2011

Julia White was appointed Senior Curator for Asian Art at the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) in 2006. Ms. White’s curatorial work includes organization of exhibitions, research and publication of the permanent collection, presentation of new acquisitions, and all aspects of collection management.

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Sarah Townsend, Spanish & Portuguese
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow
2010-2011

Sarah J. Townsend received her doctorate from the Department of Spanish & Portuguese at New York University. A specialist in Latin American theater and performance, her research centers on the relationship between politics and aesthetics and explores theater’s links to other media, particularly radio.

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Ronald Hendel, Near Eastern Studies
Professor
2010-2011

Ronald Hendel is the Norma and Sam Dabby Professor of Hebrew Bible and Jewish Studies in the Near Eastern Studies Department. His research approaches the text of the Hebrew Bible from several disciplines, including the history of religions, textual criticism, linguistics, comparative mythology, literature, and cultural studies.

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Andrew Stewart, History of Art
Professor
2009-2010

A graduate of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge, and a former student at the British Schools of Archaeology at Athens and Rome, Andrew Stewart is Professor of Ancient Mediterranean Art and Archaeology in the Departments of Classics and History of Art.

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