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Ten University of Delaware faculty were recently selected as College of Arts & Sciences Faculty Fellows in the Arts and Humanities. The program is designed to advance the research and creative endeavors of the college's faculty members from new professors to senior scholars. This is the second cohort in the biannual program; the first CAS Faculty Fellows were named in 2021.
“Our Faculty Fellows embody our college’s ongoing research and creative projects,” noted Debbie Hess Norris, interim dean of the College of Arts & Sciences. “This competitive program allows the college to support faculty development while elevating the arts and humanities at UD.”
Fellowships support a wide range of research projects and needs, including wages for research assistants, travel to professional conferences, and opportunities for students to collaborate with fellows in research and community projects.
The Faculty Fellows will meet as a cohort to share their research in-progress during the award period and participate in a public showcase of their projects upon completion of their fellowships in 2025.
The 2023-2025 Faculty Fellows are:
Siobhan Carroll, associate professor, Department of English: The Planetary Estate: Ecological Improvement and Literary Form, 1791-1859
Emily Davis, associate professor, Department of English: More Than Human Rights
Rebecca Davis, Miller Family Early Career Professor of History, Department of History: Telling Stories/Making History
Abigail Donovan, professor, Department of Art and Design: An Imperfect Approximation/In This Glass World
Rachael Hutchinson, professor, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures: Translating Japanese Videogame Theory
McKay Jenkins, Cornelius Tilghman Professor of English, Department of English: Environmental Justice Summer Scholars
Robyn Phillips-Pendleton, professor, Department of Art and Design: Commodities and Labor
Kisha Porcher, assistant professor, Department of English: Delaware Black ELA Clinical Education Network (DBECN) and Junior Methods Racial Literary Development Exhibit
Ramnarayan Rawat, associate professor, Department of History: The Language of Liberalism: A Lost History of the Dalit Public Sphere in Late Colonial India
Julian Yates, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of English, Department of English: Shakespeare, Survival, and Political Speech
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