Past Fellows: 1989

The Library Company of Philadelphia & Historical Society of Pennsylvania Summer Research Fellows

Dr. Cheryll Ann Cody, Assistant Professor, University of Houston, Department of History: Slaves and Freedmen in St. Ann’s Parish, Jamaica, 1758-1840

Dr. James M. Gallman, Assistant Professor, Loyola College in Maryland, Department of History: Irish Immigrants in Philadelphia and Liverpool

Dr. Carol F. Karlsen, Associate Professor, University of Michigan, Department of History: Women’s and Men’s Work among the Indians

Rebecca Larson, Ph.D. candidate, Harvard University, Department of History of American Civilization: Eighteenth-Century Quaker Women Traveling Ministers

Adam Norman Lynde, Ph.D. candidate, Temple University, Department of History: Professionalism of the British Army in North America, 1755-1830

Dr. Frederick L. McElroy, Assistant Professor, Indiana University, Department of Afro-American Studies: Eighteenth-Century Evangelical Anti-Slavery Literature

Dr. A. G. Roeber, Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of History: The Culture of German America, 1727-1789

Dr. Nick Salvatore, Associate Professor, Cornell University, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations: “Amos Webber, Black Philadelphian”

Hugh R. Slotten, Ph.D. candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of History of Science: Alexander Dallas Bache and the U.S. Coast Survey

Barra Foundation International Fellows

Claire Lamont, Senior Lecturer, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, School of English Language and Literature: The Impact of Sir Walter Scott’s Novels in America

Dr. Reinhard Spindler, Staff Member, Heidelberg University, Department of History of the South Asia Institute: The Philadelphia-India Trade, 1784-1812

Library Company McLean Contributionship Fellows

Dr. Alfred Owen Aldridge, Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature, University of Illinois: The Reaction to China in the America of the Enlightenment

Dr. Elaine Forman Crane, Department of History, Fordham University: An edition of The Diary of Elizabeth Drinker