Michigan Faculty Fellows (2001-2002)
Assistant Professor, Classical Studies
John Rich Professor
"Master of the Game: Competition and Performance in Greek Poetry"
Assistant Professor, Music Theory and Women's Studies
"Composing Oneself: Gay Modernists and American Musical Identity"
Associate Professor, Anthropology and Visiting Associate Professor, Asian Languages and Cultures
"Missionaries, Protestants, and Dilemmas of 'Modernity' in Indonesia"
Associate Professor, History
Hunting Family Faculty Fellow
"Muscovite Sketches: Maps and Their Meanings in Seventeenth-Century Russia"
Steelcase Research Professor
"Jakarta, Indonesia: The Post-Colonial Metropolis, 1930-2002"
Assistant Professor, Art and Design
Helmut F. Stern Professor
Associate Professor, Sociology and German
A. Bartlett Giamatti Faculty Fellow
"Precoloniality: German Ethnographic Discourse and the Colonial State"
Michigan Graduate Fellows (2001-2002)
James A. Winn Graduate Student Fellow
"The Problem with English Literature: Canonicity, Citizenship, and the Idea Africa"
Shannon Lee Dawdy
Anthropology and History
Mary Fair Croushore Graduate Student Fellow
"La Ville Sauvage: Colonials and Creoles in French New Orleans, 1699-1769"
"Trauma, Tourism, and Identity: Reconstructing Jewishness in Poland"
"In Sight of America: Photography and US Immigration Policy, 1880-1930"
Near Eastern Studies
Hunting Family Graduate Student Fellow
"Local Power: Structure and Function of Community Institutions of Authority in the Old Babylonian Period"
"Black Abstraction: Umbra and the Terms of the African-American Avant-Garde, 1960-1975"
Michigan Visiting Fellows (2001-2002)
Artist, North Carolina and New York
Paula and Edwin Sidman Fellow in the Arts
Director, Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, University of Memphis
Professor emeritus, History, La Trobe University, Australia
Marc and Constance Jacobson Lecture and Symposium
Law and Ethics, University of Chicago
"Global Duties: Cicero's Problematic Legacy"
Social and Critical Histories of Art
Director of the AHRB Centre for Cultural Analysis, Theory and History, University of Leeds, UK
Gayle S. Rubin
Founder, Women's Studies Program at the University of Michigan
Norman Freehling Visiting Professor
Jill S. Harris Memorial Fund