Faculty Book MS Workshops

page-projects-bookms.jpgThe FHI's Faculty Book Manuscript Workshop program provides a structure for generating constructive, informed criticism on near-final book manuscripts, at a moment in the writing process when authors can most effectively utilize such feedback. The program's goal is to transform already excellent scholarly projects into superior published works. 

Between 2008 and 2015, this program was funded by two successive Mellon Foundation grants. Beginning 2015-16, this program has been re-configured to focus on Assistant Professors in the humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences. The award includes an intensive half-day manuscript workshop with external readers and local interlocutors along with a course release.

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Current & Previous Award Recipients (with links to published works - updated Sept 2016)
* From 2008 to 2015, this program was supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

2015-16 Book Manuscript Workshops

  • Nicole Barnes, History
  • Gustavo Furtado, Romance Studies
  • Bradley Rogers, Theater  Studies

2014-15 Book Manuscript Workshops

2013-14 Book Manuscript Completion Fellows

  • Lamonte Aidoo, Romance Studies
    Dissident Desires: Interracial Sex and Abolition in 19th-Century Brazil
  • Kathy A. Psomiades, English
    Primitive Marriage: Victorian Anthropology, the Novel, and the Erotics of Social Theory

2013-14 Book Manuscript Workshops

2012-13 Book Manuscript Completion Fellows

2012-13 Book Manuscript Workshops

  • Nayoung Aimee Kwon, Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (monograph)
    Intimate Empire: Collaboration and Colonial Modernity in Korea and Japan (Duke 2015)
  • Kimberly Lamm, Women's Studies (monograph)
    Inadequacies and Interruptions: Writing Feminist Imaginaries in Contemporary Art
  • Katherine Hayles, Litearture (digital)
    How We Think: A Digital Companion
  • José María Rodríguez García, Romance Studies (translation or collaboration)
    Translation & Critical Edition of María Zambrano's Filosofía y poesía (1939)
  • Priscilla Layne, Germanic & Slavic Languages & Literatures, UNC
    Music, Mimicry and Black Masculinity: Resistance in Postwar German Culture

2011-12 Book Manuscript Completion Fellows

2011-12 Book Manuscript Workshops

2010-11 Book Manuscript Workshops

2009-10 Book Manuscript Workshops

2008-09 Book Manuscript Workshops