Spring 2018 Fellows Update

George Aumoithe (2016-2017 Research Fellow) will be Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies at Princeton.
Nicole Belolan (2014-2015 Research Fellow and 2017-2018 Fellow in Residence) has accepted a position as Co-Editor of The Public Historian, Digital Media Editor for the National Council on Public History, and Public Historian in Residence at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities at Rutgers-Camden. Nicole also published “Over-the-hill canes and ideal bodies: teaching disability history as public history,” History@Work blog, National Council on Public History, February 7, 2018, http://ncph.org/history-at-work/teaching-disability-history-as-public-history/
Abraham Gibson (2014-2015 Postdoctoral Fellow) co-authored a book chapter, titled "Swamp Things: Invasive Species as Environmental Disaster," in an edited volume titled Environmental Disaster in the Gulf South: Two Centuries of Catastrophe, Risk, and Resilience (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2018). Abraham is currently working on a book about pythons in the Everglades, under advance contract with University Press of Florida.
Kate Grauvogel (2017-2018 Research Fellow) received an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant and a dissertation completion fellowship from the Science History Institute.
Christopher Heaney (2011-2012 Research Fellow) published "How to Make an Inca Mummy: Andean Embalming, Peruvian Science, and the Collection of Empire," Isis 109, no. 1 (March 2018): 1-27.

Lawrence Kessler (2015-2016 Dissertation Fellow and 2016-2018 Fellow in Residence) published with Andrew Isenberg, "Settler Colonialism and the Environmental History of the North American West," Journal of the West 56, no. 4 (Fall 2018): 57-66.
Joseph Martin (2011–2012 Dissertation Fellow; 2016–2017 NSF Scholar/Fellow-in-Residence) published "Prestige Asymmetry in American Physics: Aspirations, Applications, and the Purloined Letter Effect," Science in Context 30, no. 4 (2017): 475-506. His book Solid State Insurrection: How the Science of Substance Made American Physics Matter appears this fall with the University of Pittsburgh Press.
Taylor Moore (2017-2018 Fellow in Residence) delivered a talk to Stanford's History and Philosophy of Science Colloquium.

Alicia Puglionesi (2016-2017 NEH Postdoctoral Fellow) signed a contract with Stanford University Press for her monograph, Republic of Experience: Citizen Science at the Limits of the Mind.
James Risk (2015-2016 Research Fellow) has an article forthcoming: "Seven Flags over the Cooper: James M. Elford and the Quest for a Universal Maritime Signal Code," in South Carolina Historical Magazine.
Whitney Barlow Robles (2015-2016 Research Fellow) published "Natural History in Two Dimensions," an essay on reconstructing historical specimen preservation techniques in, Common-place: The Journal of Early American Life. A version of this essay received Harvard University's Bowdoin Prize in the Natural Sciences.
Lauren Rosati (2017-2018 Research Fellow) has accepted a position as Assistant Curator in the Modern & Contemporary Art department at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Daniel Vandersommers (2017-2018 NEH Postdoctoral Fellow) accepted a position as Assistant Professor at the Indiana Academy, Ball State University. Daniel has an edited volume, Zoo Studies: A New Humanities, under contract with McGill-Queens University Press, as well as an article, "Sectionalism, Animal Symbols, and the Controversy of the National Zoo, 1887-1891," forthcoming in Environmental History. He also delivered an address, “The Historical Ironies of Zoo Conservation, or How to Capture Bighorn Sheep in 1900," to the Centre for Evolutionary Ecology and Ethical Conservation at Laurentian University.