Announcing the 2021-22 Davis Center Fellows and Postdoc

Posted
March 30, 2021
Revolutionary Change

Davis Center Fellows for 2021-22: Revolutionary Change

It gives me great pleasure to announce the slate of Davis Center fellows for 2021-22, for the second year of our theme “Revolutionary Change.” We have received tentative permission from the Dean’s Office to have them on campus in person, and I am very much looking forward to welcoming them to Princeton. I am grateful to Jennifer Goldman, as well as to the members of the Davis Center Executive Committee, and to Divya Cherian, the Associate Director, for everything they have contributed to the selection process, which has resulted in a wonderful group of fellows.

Year

Neslihan Şenocak
Associate Professor, Columbia University
Medieval and Renaissance Italy
“The Pastoral Revolution in Medieval Europe and the Emergence of the Moralizing State”

Asif Siddiqi
Professor, Fordham University
History of Science
“Departure Gates: Space Age Infrastructures/Postcolonial Displacements”

Fall

Thomas Dodman
Assistant Professor, Department of French, Columbia University
Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century France
“When Émile Went to War: A Family Romance in the Age of Revolution” (continuing from Spring 2021)

Durba Mitra
Assistant Professor, Studies of Women, Gender and Sexuality, Harvard University
Twentieth-Century South Asia
“The Future That Was: Feminist Thought in the Decolonizing World, 1955-1995” (continuing from Spring 2021)

Charles Walker
Professor, University of California, Davis
Latin America
"The Shining Path Guerrilla Movement in Peru”

Spring

Lawrence Glickman
Professor, Cornell University
Modern U.S.
“How Backlashes Have Shaped American Politics, 1865-Present”

Nathan Perl-Rosenthal
Associate Professor, University of Southern California
Early Modern Atlantic World
“Generation Revolution: Political Lives in a Revolutionary Age, ca. 1760-1825”

Juned Shaikh
Associate Professor, University of California, Santa Cruz
Twentieth-Century South Asia
“Revolutionary Conjunctures: Gangadhar Adhikari and the Roads Not Taken in Twentieth-Century India”

Postdoctoral Fellow

Renewed for a second year

Sara Kozameh
New York University
Twentieth-Century Latin America
“Harvest of Revolution: Agrarian Reform and the Making of Revolutionary Cuba, 1958-1970”

David A. Bell
Sidney and Ruth Lapidus Professor in the Era of North Atlantic Revolutions
Director, Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies, 2020-2024