Postdoctural fellows and visiting faculty

 NameFellowship YearCurrent PositionArea of StudySignificant Professional Achievement
Stephanie Hershinow  2012-2013  Assistant Professor of English, Baruch College, CUNY  Eighteenth-Century British Literature; the History and Theory of the Novel Book, Born Yesterday: Inexperience and the Early Novel, will be published by Johns Hopkins University Press in 2019.
Jessica Merrill 2012-2013      
Anita Bakshi 2013-2014 CCA Objects & Environments Seminar Instructor, Department of Landscape Architecture - Rutgers Memorials / Commemoration / Heritage / Architectural design / Divided cities / Environmental loss memorials Book publication 2017 = Topographies of Memories: A New Poetics of Commemoration, Palgrave Macmillan series in Cultural Heritage & Conflict
Darryl Wilkinson 2013-2014      
Matthew Baxter 2014-2015      
Andrew Moisey 2014-2015      
Avram Alpert 2015-2016 Lecturer in the writing program at Princeton Global Critical Theory, 19th Century American, and Anglophone World Literature Book, Global Origins of the Modern Self, from Montaigne to Suzuki, is forthcoming with SUNY Press
Jeremy DeAngelo 2015-2016 Visiting Assistant Professor at Carleton College Literature of Britain, Ireland, and Iceland Book forthcoming, Outlawry, Liminality, and Sanctity in the Literature of the Early Medieval North Atlantic, published by Amsterdam University Press.
Sarah Demott 2015-2016      
Thomas Leppard 2015-2016