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  TAYLOR FAMILY DIRECTOR
Paul Fleming


Paul Fleming

Professor of German Studies and Comparative Literature, Cornell University

 


  2017-2018 INVITED SOCIETY SCHOLARS
Kamari Clarke

Kamari Clarke
Professor of Global and International Studies in Law and Legal Studies/Anthropology, Carleton University

Fred Moten

Fred Moten
Professor of English, University of California, Riverside

Christopher Newfield

Christopher Newfield
Professor of Literature and American Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara


  2017-2018 SOCIETY FELLOWS

Ayelet Ben-Yishai
English, University of Haifa, Israel
“Emergency Fictions: Crisis and Continuity in the Indian Novel in English 1975-2000”

Amy Sara Carroll
American Culture and English Language & Literature, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
“CODESWITCH: The Transborder Immigrant Tool” || "Global Mexico's Coproduction"


Conerly Casey
Anthropology, Rochester Institute of Technology
“Dis/sociating: Politics and the Senses in Urban Northern Nigeria”

 


Ricardo Dominguez
Visual Arts, University of California, San Diego
“CODESWITCH: The Transborder Immigrant Tool

 


Elyse Graham
Digital Humanities, Stony Brook University
“Corruption, Memory, and Loss in the Digital Humanities: The Case of Joyce in the Golden Age of Hypermedia”


Amie Elizabeth Parry
English, National Central University, Taiwan
“Fantastic Transparencies: Corruption as Political Thought in Contemporary Speculative Fiction”


Laura Pérez León
Philosophy, MENTEINVESTIGACION, Mexico City
“Collectively Perceiving Institutional Corruption in Mexico: The Case of Photography and Cinema”


  2017-2018 DAVID R. ATKINSON CENTER FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FELLOW

Rahul Mukherjee
English and Cinema Studies, University of Pennsylvania
“Corrupting Environmental Media”


  2017-2018 FACULTY FELLOWS (Cornell)


Jeremy Braddock

English
“New and Residual Media in the Age of Nixon: The Firesign Theatre’s Wax Poetics”


Courtney Roby
Classics
“Hero of Alexandria”

 

Robert Travers
History
“Corruption in the Making of Modern Empire: Rethinking the Origins of British India”

 

Rachel Weil
History
“Corruption and the Early Modern Prison”



  2016-2017 MELLON GRADUATE FELLOWS (Cornell)

Nasrin Olla
English
“Corrupting Narratives, Corrosive Ruptures”


Chairat Polmuk

Asian Studies
“Corrupting Archives: Cinematic Materialities, Affective Economies, and Remnants of the Cold War in Southeast Asia”


  2017-2018 MELLON POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS
Maria Flood

Erik Born
German Studies
“‘Sparks to Signals: Literature, Science, and Wireless Technology, 1800-1930”


Jeff Eden
Asian Studies
“Slavery and Empire in Central Asia”


Marysia Jonsson
History
“Carving Doors: Tolerance, Cultural Exchange, and Diplomacy during the Great Northern War, 1700-1721”

Diana Allan


Seçil Yilmaz

Near Eastern Studies “Love in the Time of Syphilis: Medicine and Sex in the Ottoman Empire, 1860-1922”