2010-2011 Research Fellows Announced
The Chancellor Jackman Research Fellowships in the Humanities, 2010-2011
1. Jackman Humanities Institute Research Fellows
Research Fellows hold an office on the tenth floor of the Jackman Humanities Building and are the central members of a circle of fellows for 2010-2011. They participate in weekly luncheons, regular activities of the JHI, and help us to plan special events. They were chosen for their excellence and in relation to the annual theme for 2010-2011, Image and Spectacle.
We are pleased to welcome:
Charlie Keil (Cinema Studies / History)
"The Beginnings of Hollywood"
Mohan Matthen (Philosophy; Canada Research Chair in Philosophy, Perception, and Communication)
"Image and Content in Sensory Representation"
Atsuko Sakaki (East Asian Studies / Comparative Literature)
"The Photographic Narrative of Modern Japan"
2. Jackman Humanities Institute Six-Month Research Leaves
Research leaves are granted by the Jackman Humanities Institute as a continuation of the Chancellor Jackman Research Fellowships in the Humanities program. Holders of this fellowship receive a six-month leave from the normal teaching and administrative duties of their department in order to undertake research (including travel) on the project proposed in their application, and are chosen for demonstrated excellence of scholarship.
We are pleased to support:
Barbara Havercroft (French / Comparative Literature)
"Unspeakable Wounds: Personal Trauma in Contemporary Women's Autobiographical Writings"
Eric Jennings (History)
"Africa as Free France: Equatorial Africa Under and After de Gaulle's Free French"
Evan Thompson (Philosophy)
"Self-Experience and the Brain: A Phenomenological Approach"
Click on the names to see a brief project description and biography.