Early Career Residential Fellows 2009-2010

External Fellows

Residential Fellows:

Petre Petrov, Assistant Professor of Slavic Literature and Languages at Princeton.

Petre Petrov's university Web site

Boris Groys, Global Distinguished Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies at NYU.

Boris Groys’s university Web site

Short-term Fellows:

From September 14-17, 2009, Aamir Mufti, associate professor of comparative literature, UCLA, offered a lecture, colloquium, and other events related to the topic of “Orientalism and Comparative Literature, Past and Future.”

Aamir Mufti’s departmental Web site

Sabine MacCormack, Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, C.S.C. College of Arts and Letters Chair at the University of Notre Dame, jointly appointed in history and classics.

Sabine MacCormack’s departmental Web site

From March 15–26, 2010, the French philosopher Etienne Balibar offered two weeks of lectures and colloquia concerning his current work on what he calls “the genealogical scheme.”

Etienne Balibar’s departmental Web site

From May 3-7, 2010, Bruce Robbins, Old Dominion Foundation Professor in the Humanities, Columbia University, lead our first annual week-long faculty seminar. His topic was “Rethinking Cosmopolitanism.”

Bruce Robbins’s personal Web site

Internal Fellows

Jerome Branche, Hispanic Languages and Literatures
Jerome Branche’s departmental Web site

Adriana Helbig, Music
Adriana Helbig’s departmental Web site

Hannah Johnson, English
Hannah Johnson’s departmental Web site

Adam Lowenstein, English
Adam Lowenstein’s departmental Web site

Joshua Lund, Hispanic Languages and Literatures
Joshua Lund’s departmental Web site