Current Fellows

Adam Biggs
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
“Strange Cures: Black Doctors, Harlem Hospital, and the New Negro in American Medicine, 1919–1935”

Brandi Brimmer
Associate Professor, Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“The Other Douglass: Frederick C. Douglass, A Black Freedom Fighter in the Post-Emancipation South”

James I. Deutsch
Curator and Editor, Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, Washington, DC
“Identifying and Documenting Individuals Experiencing Homelessness in Colonial New York”

Dexter Fergie
PhD Candidate in History, Northwestern University
“Headquartering the World: American Power and the Space of Global Governance, 1944–1980”

Sarah Beth Gable
PhD Candidate in American History, Brandeis University
“Policing the Revolution: Massachusetts Communities and the Committees of Correspondence, Inspection and Safety, 1773–1783”

Tayzhaun Glover
PhD Candidate in History, Duke University
“Freedom on the Horizon: Fugitive Slave Flight and the Abolition of Slavery in Martinique and Guadeloupe, 1824–1848”

Christopher Minty
Managing Editor, John Dickinson Writings Project, Center for Digital Editing, University of Virginia
“The Papers of Robert R. Livingston, Member of the Committee of Five and First US Secretary of Foreign Affairs”

Barton A. Myers
Class of 1960 Professor of Ethics and History (Term 2019–2022) and Associate Professor of Civil War History, Washington and Lee University
“Champions of the Union: Lincoln’s Southern Commanders and the American Civil War Era”

Laura Ping
Adjunct Assistant Professor of History, Queens College and Pace University, and Post-Doctoral Fellow, National Endowment for the Humanities, The Library Company of Philadelphia
“Beyond Bloomers: Fashioning Change in the Long Nineteenth Century”

Keely Smith
PhD Candidate in History, Princeton University
“Communicating Power and Sovereignty: Muscogee Communication Networks, 1715–1880”