Past Fellows: 1988

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

Nicola Beisel, Ph.D. candidate, University of Michigan, Sociology, Anti-Vice Societies in 19th Century Boston, New York, and Philadelphia

John K. Brown, Ph.D. candidate, University of Virginia, History. The Baldwin Locomotive Works and American Industrial Development, 1832-1954

Rosalind R. Burnam, Ph.D. candidate, University of California, Los Angeles, History. Philadelphia Publishers in the New Republic, 1790-1830

Bruce A. Dorsey, Ph.D. candidate, Brown University, History. Religious Benevolence and Popular Piety in Postrevolutionary Philadelphia, 1783-1844

Aaron Fogleman, Ph.D. candidate, University of Michigan, History. German Naturalizations in Pennsylvania, 1765

Nian-Sheng Huang, Ph.D. candidate, Cornell University, History. Benjamin Franklin in American Thought and Culture

Isabelle Lehuu, Ph.D. candidate, Cornell University, History. The New Readers in Antebellum America

Margot Melia, Ph.D. candidate, University of Western Australia. The Role of Free Black “Garrisonian” Women in Antislavery and Other Reforms in the Antebellum North, 1830-1865

Dr. James H. Merrell, Assistant Professor of History, Vassar College. The Cultural Brokers of Colonial Pennsylvania

Dennis Moore, Ph.D. candidate, University of North Carolina, English. The Unpublished Essays of Hector St. John de Crevecoeur

Jack D. Warren, Ph.D. candidate, Brown University, History. The Rise and Fall of Federalism in Pennsylvania: The Decline of Deference and the Origins of Democracy, 1785-1805

Dr. Jean Fagan Yellin, Professor of English, Pace University. The Life of Harriet Jacobs (1813-1897), Author of Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

Library Company Zachariah Poulson Fellow

Dr. Whitman H. Ridgway, Associate Professor of History, University of Maryland. Attitudes Toward the Bill of Rights, 1789-1791