The Society announces the 2014 BSA Research Fellows

At the BSA Annual Meeting in January 2014 the Fellowship Committee announced the awardees of fellowships for this year. Congratulations to all:

Tamara Atkin, University of London, “Play and Book: Drama, Reading, and the Invention of the Literary in Tudor England” (Short-term Fellowship)

Andrew Bricker, Stanford University, “The Eighteenth-Century Illicit Book Trade” (BSA-ASECS Fellowship)

Sonja Drimmer, University of Massachusetts Amherst, “The Professionalization of Manuscript Illuminators in Late Medieval London” (Short-term Fellowship)

John Garcia, University of California, Berkeley, “John Dunton’s A Summer’s Ramble: The Unpublished Narrative of a Bookseller’s Travels in the Atlantic World, 1685-1705″ (Pantzer Fellowship)

Daniel Hobbins, University of Notre Dame, “Authorial Colophons in Late Medieval Manuscripts” (Folter Fellowship)

Robert Imes, University of Saskatchewan, “Chorography and Cartography: Domestic Travels, Domestic Maps” (Tanenbaum Fellowship)

Heike Jablonski, Heidelberg University, “John Foxe in America: Publishing, Distributing, and Reading the Book of Martyrs in the United States” (McCorison Fellowship)

Gary Kurutz, California State Library, “Klondike & Alaska Gold Rushes: Descriptive Bibliography” (BSA-Mercantile Library Fellowship)

Amanda Laugesen, Australian National Dictionary Centre, “Books for the World: The Franklin Book Program, American Publishers, and the Global Cultural Cold War” (Reese Fellowship)

Michelle Levy, Simon Fraser University, “Women’s Print History Project, 1750-1830” (Senior Pantzer Fellowship)

Jack Lynch, Rutgers University, “The Shakespeare Phantom: The Lives of William Henry Ireland” (Short-term Fellowship)

Philip Palmer, University of Massachusetts Amherst, “Copious Book, Book in Pieces: Material Readings of Thomas Coryate and the Early English Travelogue” (Short-term Fellowship)

For a complete list of all the BSA Fellows back to 1983 see the Fellowships page on this site.