New Resident and REI Fellows selected for 2021-2022

REI Fellows 2021-2022

  • Leila Amine, English Department. Return Travel: The African Diaspora Across Genres of Mobilities
  • Chad Goldberg, Department of Sociology. Cultural Pluralism and American Democracy
  • Kasey Keeler, Civil Society & Community Studies (SoHE) and American Indian Studies (L&S). Tribal Capitalism: The Politics of American Indian Land, Property, and Identity

Resident Fellows 2021-2022

  • Claus Elholm Andersen, Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic. The Very Edge of Fiction: Karl Ove Knausgaard and the Post-Fictional Turn
  • Katherine Bowie, Anthropology Department. Muzzled Memories: Saint Srivichai and the Formation of Modern Thailand
  • Thomas Dale, Art History. Race and Cultural Encounter in Medieval Venice after the Fourth Crusade
  • Patrick Iber, History. Poverty of the Imagination: The Ford Foundation, Social Science, and the Politics of Poverty and Inequality inCold War Latin America
  • Viren Murthy, History. Pan-Asianism and the Legacy of the Chinese Revolution
  • Sunny Yudkoff, German, Nordic, and Slavic. Against Jewish Humor: Toward a Theory of Yiddish Joy