All Townsend Fellows

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Visiting Assistant Professor Fellow
2016-2017

Charlton Payne’s book project, “On the Trail of Refugees: Documentality and Narrative in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century German-Language Literature and Culture,” examines how the telling of refugee stories has emerged as an engine of cultural knowledge with political, epistemological, and ethical components

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Assistant Professor Fellow
2016-2017

Caitlin Rosenthal (History) is working on a book project on the complex relationship between slavery and capitalism in American history. Most histories of modern management focus on the factories of England and New England, only extending later to the American South.

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Andrew Shanken, Architecture
Senior Fellow
2016-2017

Andrew Shanken is Professor in the Department of Architecture, where he teaches courses in architectural history and American Studies.

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Gilad Sharvit, Center for Jewish Studies
Postdoctoral Fellow
2016-2017

Gilad Sharvit studies the intersection of theories of history, politics, and religion in modern German-Jewish thought and literature.

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Dora Zhang, Comparative Literature
Assistant Professor Fellow
2016-2017

Zhang (English, Comparative Literature) traces a transformation and revaluation of literary description in Anglo-French fiction around the turn of the twentieth century, when many modernist writers denounced the descriptive “excesses” of the nineteenth century realist novel.

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Hannah Archambault, South & Southeast Asian Studies
Dissertation Fellow
2016-2017

Hannah Archambault explores the relationship between courtly centers and frontier zones in southern India.

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Asad Ahmed, Near Eastern Studies
Associate Professor Fellow
2016-2017

Asad Ahmed delineates in his book project the contours of post-classical rationalist trends in the Islamic scholarly tradition by focusing on the sociopolitical and intellectual history of a notable South Asian school of thought.

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Karen Nakamura, Anthropology
Senior Fellow
2016-2017

Karen Nakamura researches disability, sexuality, and other minority social movements in contemporary Japan.

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