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NEH Grantees

Feb 7, 2024

NEH Grantees: January 2024

The North American Conference on British Studies congratulates the following individuals and organizations announced as National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grantees for their projects in fields related to British Studies.


  • Clarissa Chenovick (Florida Atlantic University): The Erotics of Blood Piety in Early Modern England

  • Kim Evelyn (Bowie State University): Travelers in Caribbean Texts: 1950s-2020s

  • Riya Das (Prairie View A&M University): Critical Edition of The Daughters of Danaus by Mona Caird

  • Julia Hamilton (Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York): Abolitionism at Home: Women, Music, and Material Culture in Britain, 1760 to 1833

  • Stacy Klein (Rutgers University): The Militancy of Gender and the Making of Sexual Difference in Early English Literature (ca. 700-1100 AD)

  • Christopher Bischof (University of Richmond): Easy Fixes: Race, Capitalism, and Social Engineering Schemes in the British West Indies, 1823-1865

  • Lara Crowley (Northern Illinois University): Dubiously Donne: Attribution and Literary Reputation in Early Modern England

  • Farina Mir (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor): Genres of Muslim Modernity: Being Muslim in Late-Colonial India,1858-1947

  • Rachel Weil (Cornell University): Mere Detention: Imprisonment in England, 1550-1800

  • Jill Ehnenn (Appalachian State University): Audacious Lives: A Biography of “Michael Field”



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