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  DIRECTOR
Tim Murray


Timothy Murray

Professor of Comparative Literature & English, Cornell University

 


  2015-2016 SENIOR SCHOLARS IN RESIDENCE
 

Cathy N. Davidson
Director, Futures Initiative, Graduate Center, City University of New York and CoFounder HASTAC

 


Tejumola Olaniyan
Louise Durham Mead Professor of English and Professor of African Languages and Literature, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 


Elizabeth A. Povinelli
Franz Boas Professor of Anthropology,  Columbia University


  2015-2016 SOCIETY FELLOWS
Kelly Lynn Grotke

Kelly Lynn Grotke
Collegium for Young Scholars and Scientists, Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften; Erik Castrén Institute, Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki
 “Time, History and Epistemology in the Long 19th Century”

Miguel Angel Hernandez Navarro

Miguel Ángel Hernández Navarro
Art History, University of Murcia, Spain
“Opening Time: The Artist as (Benjaminian) Historian”

Steve Potter


Steve Potter
Music Composition, Goldsmiths University of London
“Doing Time Together: Music, Chance, and the Security State”

 

 


Carina E. Ray
History, Fordham University
“Somatic Blackness: History of the Body”

 

Jonathan Strauss


Jonathan Strauss
French & Italian, Miami University
“Lifetimes”

 

 


Rebecca Wanzo
Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies, Washington University
“Civil Rights Temporalities”

 


  2015-2016 DAVID R. ATKINSON CENTER FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FELLOW
Craig A. Campbell

Craig A. Campbell
Anthropology,  University of Texas at Austin
“Tunguska Events: Siberia, Industrialism And The Time Of Catastrophe”


  2015-2016 FACULTY FELLOWS (Cornell)
Annetta Alexandridis

Annetta Alexandridis
Classical Art and Archaeology
“Cast Times – Cornell and Beyond”

Arnika Fuhrmann

Arnika I. Fuhrmann
Asian Studies
“Digital Futures: South/East Asian Media Temporalities and the Expansion of the Sphere of Politics”

 

 

 

Rayna Kalas
“How to Frame your Government: Past and Future in Literary Constitutionalism”


 

 

Viranjini Munasinghe
Anthropology and Asian American Studies
“Nation, Time and the Caribbean Exception”



  2015-2016 MELLON GRADUATE FELLOWS (Cornell)
Vincent Ialenti

Vincent Ialenti
Anthropology
“Inspiration, Deep Time, and Death in Finland’s Olkiluoto Nuclear Waste Repository Safety Case Project”

Aaron Rosenberg

 

Aaron Rosenberg
English
“Genres of Deep Time”


  2015-2016 MELLON POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS
Maria Flood

Maria Flood
Romance Studies
“‘The Aesthetics of Terror and Revolution in Contemporary African Cinema”

Daniel Smyth


Daniel Smyth
Philosophy
“Infinity and Givenness: Kant’s Critical Theory of Intuition”

 

Ricardo A. Wilson II
Africana Studies and Research Center “Becoming Darkness: Mexico, the United States and the Psychic Burial of Radical Blackness”