Who’s Involved

IPRH-Mellon Faculty Fellow in Environmental Humanities

Bob Morrissey, Department of History, UIUC

IPRH-Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellows in Environmental-Humanities, 2018–20:

Leah Aronowsky, History of Science, Harvard University, “From Neo-Imperial Nature to the Global Environment”

Pollyanna Rhee, Architecture, Columbia University, “Designing Natural Advantages: Environmental Visions, Civic Ideals, and Architecture for Community, 1920–1970”

IPRH-Mellon Pre-Doctoral Fellows in Environmental-Humanities, 2018–19:

Samantha Good, Spanish and Portuguese, “Negotiated Ecologies: Indigeneity and Ecocriticism in 19th Century Bolivia and Chile”

Alexandra Paterson, English, “Geological Bodies: The Earth and Narratives of the Self in Romantic-Period Britain, 1784–1820"

IPRH-Mellon Interns in Environmental-Humanities, 2018–19:

Juan Martin Luna Nunez, Urban Studies and Planning

Clara Pokorny, Urban Studies and Planning

April Wendling, ESES and Geography, minor in Integrative Biology