Full List of Fellows

A full list of Georgian Papers Programme Fellows 2015-2017

King’s College London Summer Fellowship

2017

Madeleine Pelling (University of York) – “Your Affectionate Friend”: Queen Charlotte, Mary Delany and the Art of Friendship

Carolyn Day (Furman University) – Uncovering the Invalid: The Social, Medical, and Personal Responses to the Illness of Princess Amelia (1783-1810)

2016

Felicity Myrone (King’s College London) – The topographical map collection of George III

Daniel Reed (King’s College London) – Royal ecclesiastical patronage, bishops of the Northern province who held roles at Court and the Privy Council between 1714-1760

Adam Crymble (King’s College London) – Digitising a 227-year-old Dinner – a ‘big data’ approach to the dinner that George III ate with his wife on 6 February 1789

2015

Miranda Reading (King’s College London) – Conservative Thought and Ideas of Moral Reform 1780-1832

Dr Alice Marples (King’s College London) – Collecting and Correspondence in the Papers of Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753). Read about Alice’s research from the Royal Archives: ‘The Princess and the Physicians’.

Omohundro Institute Georgian Papers Programme Fellowships

2017

Ann Little (Colorado State University) – The Bosom of the Republic: Women and Citizenship in the Early U.S. Republic, 1760-1830

David Hancock (University of Michigan) – Cosmopolitanism and William Petty-Fitzmaurice, 2nd Earl of Shelburne and 1st Marquis of Lansdowne (1737-1805)

Peter Walker (Columbia University) – The Church Militant: The American Émigré Clergy and the Making of the British Counterrevolution, 1763-92

Anya Zilberstein (Concordia University) – Georgian Natural History at Home and Abroad

Robyn Davis (Millersville University) – Science in the American Style, 1680 – 1820: Ideas, Observation, and Imagination in the Shaping of a New Nation

Brooke Newman (Virginia Commonwealth University) – Subjects of the Crown: Slavery, Emancipation, and the British Monarchy, 1760-1840

Robert Paulett (Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville) – British Policy in 1762-4 and the Idea of a Beautiful America

2016

Rick Atkinson (Independent) – The early years of the War of American Independence

Rachel Banke (University of Notre Dame) – The political ideas and colonial schemes of Lord Bute

Andrew Beaumont (University of Oxford) – Lord North, first minister, 1771-1783, and his working patron-client relationship with George III

Daniel Robinson (University of Cambridge) – European Geopolitics and British Foreign Policy in the Politics and Culture of Pre-Revolutionary America, c. 1713-1776

Suzanne Schwarz (University of Worcester) – Monarchy, Empire and Colonisation in West Africa, c. 1780-1820

Cindy Kierner (George Mason University) – Inventing Disaster: The Culture of Calamity from Jamestown to Johnstown

2015

Professor Vincent Carretta (University of Maryland) – Authors of African Descent and the Georgian Court

James Ambuske (University of Virginia) – The Imperial Politics of Scottish Emigration to Revolutionary America, 1763-1803

Mount Vernon Georgian Papers Programme Fellowships

2017

Flora Fraser (Independent) – In Search of Flora Macdonald (1722-1790): Her Life in Skye and the Western Isles and, as a Highland Emigrant, during the American Revolution and Lord Nelson of Burnham Thorpe, the Nile and Trafalgar: The Life on Land and at Sea of Horatio, Viscount Nelson (1758-1805)

2016

Bruce A. Ragsdale (Independent) – George Washington at the Plow: Agriculture and Leadership in the Age of Revolution, comparing the Washington’s agricultural interests with those of George III

Sons of the American Revolution Visiting Professorship

2017

Gabriel Paquette (Johns Hopkins University) – Sons of the American Revolution Spain’s involvement in the American Revolution

2016

Andrew O’Shaughnessy (Robert H.Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies and the University of Virginia) – America and the British Empire

King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship

2017

Thomas Murray (King’s College London) – Georgian Papers Programme: Exploration and Transcription

2016

Harrison Cutler (King’s College London) – Marginalised Indians: Native Americans in the British Archives, 1763 – 1795

Ayesha Hussain (King’s College London) – Beyond the Madness of King George: Reassessing Medicine and Healing at the Hanoverian Court

Lloyd Ross (King’s College London) – The Concept of ‘Internal Police’ in Late Eighteenth-Century Discourse

Library of Congress National Digital Stewardship Resident

2017

Charlotte Kostelic (Library of Congress) – Interoperability between the Georgian Papers and selected early American collections