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Current and Former Brown/Wheaton Faculty Fellows

2019-2020

Laura Garbes, Sociology
Kirun Sankaran, Philosophy 
Federico Zangani, Egyptology (teaching for the department of History)

2018-2019

Charles Carroll, History
Paris: Sacred and Profane, Imagined and Real

Meg Caven, Sociology
Schools and Social Inequality

Brooke Osborne, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Environmental Geology (for the Physics department)

2017-2018

Larson DiFiori, Religious Studies
Introduction to Chinese Religions

Harry Merritt, History
HIST 398: Nations and Nationalism in Modern Europe

Benjamin Fancy, French Studies
FREN 398: Fairy Tales Past and Present

Gregory Dachner, Cognitive Science
PSY 312: Perception (for the department of Psychology)

2016-2017

Zachary Barnett, Philosophy
Unacceptable Conclusions: Arguments against Common Sense

Nicholas Friesner, Religious Studies
Love in Theory and Practice

Kathryn McBride, Archaeology
When Cultures Collide: Conflict and Interaction at the Edges of the Ancient World (for the department of History)

Benjamin Silver, Health Services Research
Introduction to Public Health: Personal Liberties vs. Societal Costs in Protecting the Health of Society (for the department of Public Health)

2015-2016

Ashley Bowen-Murphy, American Studies
No Shot at Immunity: Opposition to Vaccination in the United States, 1800-2015 (for the department of Public Health)

Wanda Henry, History
A Social History of Death and Dead Bodies in Early Modern Europe

Ioana Jucan, Theatre Arts and Performance Studies
Beginning Directing (for the department of Theatre & Dance) 

Stephanie Spera, Earth, Environmental & Planetary Sciences
Climate Change: Past and Present (for the department of Physics and Astronomy)

2014-2015

Marius Draeger, Chemistry
Organic Chemistry II 

Rebecca Mason, Computer Science
Principles of Programming Languages

Laura Perille, History
Early Modern Europe and the World: Cultural Interaction and Transformation

Steven Swarbrick, English
Green Shakespeare

2013-2014

Alexandra King, Philosophy
Epistemology

Niki Clements, Religious Studies
Demons, Melancholy, and Madness

2012-2013

Daniel Loss, History 
The End of Christendom? Christianity, Politics, and Culture in Europe since the French Revolution

2011-2012

Shawna M. Hollen, Physics
The Physics of Solids

Khristina F. Gonzalez, English  
On Vampires and Violent Vixens: The Literary and Sexual History of Making Monsters

 2010-2011

Jessica Johnson, American Civilization
U.S. Immigrant History (for the department of History) 

Joshua Vaillancourt, Religious Studies
Science and Religion 

2009-2010

Daniel Block, English
Eighteenth Century British Literature and the Technology of Writing

Elise Morrison, Theatre and Performance Studies
Surveillance Society/Surveillance Art (for the department of Theatre & Dance Studies)

Christine Reiser, Anthropology
Native North Americans

2008-2009

Erica Haskell, Music
The Politics of Music

Eric Larson, American Civilization
After the 60s: Social Movements in the Americas (for the department of History)

Sarah Wald, American Civilization
U.S. Nature Writing (for the department of English)

2007-2008

Theresa DiDonato, Psychology
Social Psychology

Gill Frank, American Civilization
The History of Sexuality in the Twentieth Century (for the department of History)

Dan Ullucci, Religious Studies
The Historical Jesus

2006-2007

Claudia Esposito, French Studies
Introduction to Francophone Literature: Postcolonial Encounters

Pilapa Esara, Anthropology
Globalization and Social Changes in Southeast Asia (for the departments of Anthropology and Asian Studies)

Shawn Greenlee, Music
Computers and Music

2005-2006

Teresa Celada, Philosophy 
Applied Ethics

Jennifer Feather, English
Self-Fashioning, Then and Now: Gender and Race in Renaissance Literature and Popular Culture

Benjamin Hutz, Mathematics
Multivariable Calculus (for the department of Mathematics & Computer Science)

Keeley Schell, Classics
Epic in Translation

2004-2005

Celeste Sullivan, Anthropology
Islam: Faith and Practice (for the Religion department)

Amy Vines, English
Heroes in Medieval Romance

Susanne Wiedemann, American Civilization
The Holocaust in American Literature and Culture (for the department of English)