Visiting Fellows and Postdocs

We are pleased to announce the Davis Center Fellows and Postdocs for 2021-22 under the topic of Revolutionary Change:

Thomas Dodman, Columbia University
“When Émile Went to War: A Family Romance in the Age of Revolution”
Year, Spring - Fall 2021
2021-2022
Lawrence Glickman, Cornell University
"How Backlashes Have Shaped American Politics, 1865-Present"
Spring
2021-2022
Sara Kozameh, Princeton University
“Harvest of Revolution: Agrarian Reform and the Making of Revolutionary Cuba, 1958-1970”
Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2020-2022
2021-2022
Durba Mitra, Harvard University
“The Future That Was: Feminist Thought in the Decolonizing World, 1955-1995”
Year, Spring – Fall 2021
2021-2022
Nathan Perl-Rosenthal, University of Southern California
"Generation Revolution: Political Lives in a Revolutionary Age, ca. 1760-1825"
Spring
2021-2022
Neslihan Şenocak, Columbia University
"The Pastoral Revolution in Medieval Europe and the Emergence of the Moralizing State"
Year
2021-2022
Juned Shaikh, University of California, Santa Cruz
"Revolutionary Conjunctures: Gangadhar Adhikari and the Roads Not Taken in Twentieth-Century India"
Spring
2021-2022
Asif Siddiqi, Fordham University
"Departure Gates: Space Age Infrastructures/ Postcolonial Displacements"
Year
2021-2022
Charles Walker, University of California, Davis
"The Shining Path Guerrilla Movement in Peru"
Fall
2021-2022