Publications by Fellows

Fellows at the John Carter Brown Library spend their fellowship using a distinguished collection of primary and secondary sources at the Library. They produce an astonishing array of articles and books from their research. The Library published compilations in print in 1991, 1995, 1998, and 2001. The fourth edition was about four times the size of the first. Beginning in 2003 the Library began maintaining the Publication by Fellows bibliography in this electronic format.

The Publications by Fellows PDF document here is current up to March 2015.

The sheer quantity of a scholar's output counts for a lot in the academic world, but for real recognition and advancement, quality remains the supreme criterion. To make a name, one must publish exemplary work in a field, whether the discipline is history, anthropology, or one of the national literatures. Although we list all the information we have discovered and are given, what sets this gathering apart is that the quality of the works cited is uniformly high. The writing represented is the product of people who have been selected in a tough competition to be JCB fellows. Adelina Azevedo Axelrod, Copy Catalogue Coordinator, adds new publications, submitted in eight or ten different languages, to the comprehensive list.

With Gratitude toward Those Whose Generosity to the Library have made the Fellowship Program Possible

Arthur F. and Alice E. Adams Foundation
The Associates of the John Carter Brown Library
Mr. C. Waller Barrett
Mr. Thomas F. Black, III
Dr. and Mrs. Alfredo Cassiet
Dorot Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Ekstrom
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
Mrs. Penelope Hartland-Thunberg
Horace A. and S. Ella Kimball Foundation
Lampadia Foundation
FundaciĆ³n Mapfre America
The Andrew E. Mellon Foundation
The National Endowment for the Humanities
R. David Parsons
The Reed Foundation
Mr. William S. Reese
Mr. Richard A. Salomon
Donald L. Saunders
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Shea
Mr. Clinton I. Smullyan, Jr.
Mr. James M. Stuart and family
Tinker Foundation
The Touro National Heritage Trust
Mrs. Alexander O. Vietor
Mr. Charles H. Watts, II