Recipients of the Lynn and Maude White Fellowship

Recipients and dissertation titles for the Lynn and Maude White Fellowship, first awarded in 1988; offered every other year since 2000.

2016-17

Elizabeth Comuzzi (History)

2014-15

Melinda LaTour O’Brien (Musicology)
Music and Moral Repair in Early Modern France (2016)

2012-13

Brittany Asaro (Italian)
The Unseen Beloved: Love by Hearsay in Medieval and Early Modern Italian Literature (2013)

2010-11

Aaron Moreno (History)
Arabicizing, Provileges, and Liturgy in Medieval Castilian Toledo: The Problems and Mutations of Mozarab Identification, 1085-1436 (2012)

2008-09

Leanne Good (History)
Land and Landscape: The Transition from Agilofing to Carolingian Bavaria (2012)

2006-07

Joshua Blander (Philosophy)
Dependence, Seperability, and Theories of Identity and Distinction in Late Medieval Philosophy: Case Studies from Scotus and Ockham (2014)

2004-05

Celine Dauverd (History)
Mediterranean Symbiotic Empire: The Genoese Trade Diaspora in Spanish Naples, 1460-1640 (2007)

2002-03

Edna Yahil (History)
Creating Justice in Late Medieval France: The Seigneurial Court of Saint Germain des Prés (2004)

2000-01

Kirsten Lee Over (Comparative Literature)
Kingship, Conquest, and Patria: Literary and Cultural Identities in Medieval French and Welsh Arthurian Romance (2002)

1999-2000

Courtney Booker (History)
Writing a Wrong: The Divestiture of Louis the Pious (833) and the Decline of the Carolingians (2002)

1998-99

Robert Romanchuk (Slavic Languages and Literatures)
The Textual Community of the Kirillo-Belozerskii Monastery, 1397-1492 (1999)

1997-98

Deborah Meister (English)
The Burning Bush: Tudor Martyrs and the Construction of Subjectivity in the Renaissance (1999)

1996-97

Matthew Vester (History)
Territorial Politics in the Savoyard Domains, 1536-1580 (1997)

1994-95

Angelique Gulermovich Epstein (Folklore and Mythology)
War Goddess: The Morrigan and Her German0-Celtic Counterparts (1998)

1992-93

Victoria Hayne (English)
Performing Social Practice: Theatrical Representation of Social Convention and Conflict in Tudor-Stuart Drama (1997)

1990-91

Aaron Michael Wintroub (History)
To Triumph in Paradise: The New World and the New Learning in the Royal Entry Festival ofhenri II, Rouen, 1530 (1995)

1988-89

Terry Nixon (History)
The Role of Audience in the Development of French vernacular Literature in the Twelfth and Early Thirteenth Century, with a Descriptive Catalogue of Manuscripts (1989)