Past Fellows: 1995-1996

The Library Company of Philadelphia Research Fellows in American History & Culture

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellows

Dr. Martin J. Burke, Fulbright Lecturer, University College, Galway. Protestants, Catholics, and the Construction of Religious Identities in America, 1700-1900

Dr. Donald Farren, independent scholar, Chevy Chase, Maryland. Books Published by Subscription in 18th-Century America

Dr. Wilma King, Associate Professor of History, Michigan State University. Free Women of Color in North America, 1670-1870

Dr. Elizabeth Milroy, Assistant Professor of Art History, Wesleyan University. Art Exhibitions in Philadelphia, 1850-1875

Andrew R. Murphy, Ph.D. candidate in Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Toleration and Religious Dissent in Early Modern England and America

Richard Newman, Ph.D. candidate in History, SUNY Buffalo. The transformation of American Abolition, 1790-1830s

Dr. Edward L. Schwarzschild, Honors Fellow, Sweet Briar College. American Writers Confront the Photograph: The Photographs of Robert Montgomery Bird

Stephen P. Rice, Ph.D. candidate in American Studies, Yale University. Incorporating the Machine into the Work Place, 1820-1885

Dr. Nancy F. Rosenberg, independent scholar, Brooklyn, New York. Quakers and the Origins of Public Education in Early 19th-Century Philadelphia

Paul Sternberger, Ph.D. candidate in Art History, Columbia University. Photography and Landscape in America, 1880-1900: Between the Amateur and Aesthete

Dr. Karin A. Wulf, Assistant Professor of History, American University. Milcah Martha Moore’s Book: The Commonplace Book of an 18th-Century American

McLean Contributionship Fellow

Dr. James Raven, Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge. Book Importation in Colonial Philadelphia

Barra Foundation International Fellows (with the Historical Society of Pennsylvania)

Dr. Shane White, Senior Lecturer, Department of History, University of Sydney. African-American Style from the 17th Century to the 1930s

Jussara Menezes Quadros, Ph.D. candidate in literary theory, State University of Campinas, Brazil. Romantic Edition: Literature and the Art of the Book in the Romantic Period