2016

  • Jessica Chapman (History), Williams College
  • Pramit Chaudhuri (Classics), Dartmouth College
  • Deborah Coen (History, History of Science), Barnard College
  • Jason De León (Anthropology), University of Michigan
  • Courtney Fullilove (History, History of Science), Wesleyan University
  • Mark Hendrickson (History), University of California at San Diego
  • Hoyt Long (East Asian Languages and Civilizations), University of Chicago
  • Ian Jared Miller (History), Harvard University
  • Sean Pue (Hindi Language and South Asian Literature and Culture), Michigan State University
  • Ayesha Ramachandran (Comparative Literature), Yale University
  • Elly Truitt (Medieval History, History of Science), Bryn Mawr College
  • Chad Wellmon (Germanic Languages and Literatures), University of Virginia

2015

  • James T. Downs (History, Social History), Connecticut College
  • Hannah Feldman (Art History), Northwestern University
  • Patrick E. Forber (Philosophy), Tufts University
  • Graham M. Jones (Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Lorenz Lüthi (History, International Relations), McGill University
  • Meredith Martin (English, Comparative Literature, Digital Humanities), Princeton University
  • Mark Fathi Massoud (Politics, Legal Studies), University of California at Santa Cruz
  • Colin Milburn (English, Science and Technology Studies), University of California at Davis
  • Lisa Siraganian (English, American Literature), Southern Methodist University
  • Genese Sodikoff (Sociology, Anthropology), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • James Tweedie (Comparative Literature, Cinema Studies), University of Washington
  • Yanna Yannakakis (History), Emory University

2014

  • Sonya Atalay (Anthropology), University of Massachusetts at Amherst
  • Wiebke Denecke (Chinese, Japanese, Comparative Literature), Boston University
  • Antonio Donato (Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy), Queens College, City University of New York
  • Gregory Flaxman (English and Comparative Literature), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Brooke Holmes (Classics), Princeton University
  • Laure Katsaros (French), Amherst College
  • Sonya Lee (Art History), University of Southern California
  • Adam Lifshey (Spanish and Portuguese), Georgetown University
  • Lori Pearson (Religion), Carleton College
  • Nancy Reynolds (History), Washington University in St. Louis
  • Naghmeh Sohrabi (Middle East History), Brandeis University
  • Shirley Thompson (African and African Diaspora Studies, American Studies), University of Texas at Austin

2013

  • Anthony Barbieri-Low (History), University of California at Santa Barbara
  • Holly Barcus (Geography), Macalester College
  • Melani Cammett (Political Science), Brown University
  • Sara Dubow (History), Williams College
  • Samera Esmeir (Rhetoric), University of California at Berkeley
  • Edda Fields-Black (History), Carnegie Mellon University
  • Michael Gasper (History), Occidental College
  • James Loeffler (History), University of Virginia
  • Julia Lynch (Political Science), University of Pennsylvania
  • Gideon Manning (Philosophy), California Institute of Technology
  • Tiya Miles (Afro-American and African Studies), University of Michigan
  • Melissa Schwartzberg (Political Science), Columbia University
  • Phillip Stern (Political History), Duke University
  • Travis Zadeh (Religion), Haverford College

2012–2016

2012

  • Eric Cazdyn (Literature), University of Toronto
  • Giovanna Ceserani (Classics), Stanford University
  • Gil Hochberg (Literature), University of California at Los Angeles
  • Danny Hoffman (Anthropology), University of Washington
  • Sarah Igo (History), Vanderbilt University
  • Matthew Jones (History), Columbia University
  • Naveeda Khan (Anthropology), Johns Hopkins University
  • Scott Kugle (Religion), Emory University
  • Eden Medina (History), Indiana University
  • Monica Miller (English), Barnard College
  • Kirsten Ostherr (English), Rice University
  • Andrew Piper (Literature), McGill University
  • Dan Shao (East Asian Languages and Cultures), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Teresa Shawcross (History), Mount Holyoke College
  • Heather Williams (History), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2011

  • Vincent Brown (History), Duke University
  • Christopher Bush (Literature), Northwestern University
  • Holly Case (History), Cornell University
  • Christina Cogdell (Art History), University of California at Davis
  • Campbell Grey (Classics), University of Pennsylvania
  • Jacques E. C. Hymans (Political Science), University of Southern California
  • Debra Javeline (Political Science), University of Notre Dame
  • Samantha Kelly (History), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • Matthew W. Klingle (History and Environmental Studies), Bowdoin College
  • Stacey Langwick (Anthropology), Cornell University
  • Jinyu Liu (Classics), DePauw University
  • Melinda Maynor Lowery (History), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Feisal Mohamed (English), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Adina Roskies (Philosophy), Dartmouth College
  • Jing Yuen Tsu (Literature), Yale University

2010

  • Laurent Dubois (History), Duke University
  • Nick Everett (History and Medieval Studies), University of Toronto
  • Antonia Foias (Anthropology), Williams College
  • Samantha Frost (Political Science), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Adam Leite (Philosophy), Indiana University
  • Fuji Lozada (Anthropology), Davidson College
  • Christian McMillen (History), University of Virginia
  • Bissera Pentcheva (Art History), Stanford University
  • Walid Saleh (Religion and Near-and Middle-Eastern Civilizations), University of Toronto
  • Silvia Tomaskova (Women's Studies and Anthropology), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2009

  • Clifford Ando (Classics), University of Chicago
  • D. Graham Burnett (History), Princeton University
  • Laurent Dubreuil (French Literature), Cornell University
  • Susanne Freidberg (Geography), Dartmouth College
  • Tamar Gendler (Philosophy), Yale University
  • Eleanor Kaufman (Literature), University of California at Los Angeles
  • Michael Lower (History), University of Minnesota
  • Nasrin Qader (French), Northwestern University
  • Benjamin Schmidt (History), University of Washington
  • Gideon Yaffe (Philosophy and Law), University of Southern California

2008

  • Alan R. Baker (Philosophy), Swarthmore College
  • Barbara Cooper (African Studies), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • Brian T. Edwards (English), Northwestern University
  • Laura J. Mitchell (History), University of California at Irvine
  • Kathleen D. Morrison (Anthropology), University of Chicago
  • Roumyana Ivanova Pancheva (Linguistics), University of Southern California
  • Larry Polansky (Music), Dartmouth College
  • Eric Rebillard (Classics), Cornell University
  • Anna Marie Smith (Government), Cornell University
  • Elliott Visconsi (English), Yale University
  • Gregory W. White (Government), Smith College
  • Yongming Zhou (Anthropology), University of Wisconsin at Madison

2007–2011

2007

  • David Atwill (History), Pennsylvania State University
  • Paul Eiss (Anthropology and History), Carnegie Mellon University
  • Hans Halvorson (Philosophy), Princeton University
  • Jennifer Light (Communication Studies, History and Sociology), Northwestern University
  • Marc Perlman (Musicology), Brown University
  • Susan Short (Sociology), Brown University
  • Heather Williams (Politics), Pomona College

2006

  • Carol Bakhos (Jewish Studies), University of California at Los Angeles
  • Timothy Billings (English), Middlebury College
  • Bettine Birge (East Asian Languages and Cultures), University of Southern California
  • Hannah Brückner (Sociology), Yale University
  • Berthold Hoeckner (Music), University of Chicago
  • Jane Kamensky (History), Brandeis University
  • Michael McNally (Religion), Carleton College
  • Benjamin Nathans (History), University of Pennsylvania
  • Shawkat Toorawa (Near Eastern Studies), Cornell University
  • Gary Wilder (History), Pomona College

2005

  • Katherine Hagedorn (Musicology), Pomona College
  • Dana Leibsohn (Art History), Smith College
  • Alex London (Philosophy), Carnegie Mellon University
  • Tina Lu (East Asian Languages and Civilizations), University of Pennsylvania
  • Cecelia Lynch (Political Science), University of California at Irvine
  • Rebecca Messbarger (Romance Languages), Washington University
  • Mark Pegg (History), Washington University
  • Katherine Rowe (English), Bryn Mawr College
  • Xiaobing Tang (East Asian Languages and Civilizations), University of Chicago
  • Alison Winter (History), University of Chicago

2004

  • Leora Batnitzky (Religion), Princeton University
  • Elliott Colla (Comparative Literature), Brown University
  • Fiona Cowie (Philosophy), California Institute of Technology
  • Nicole Huang (East Asian Languages and Literature), University of Wisconsin at Madison
  • David Hughes (Human Ecology), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • Lynn Meskell (Anthropology and Archaeology), Columbia University
  • Sara Rappe (Classical Studies), University of Michigan
  • Walter Scheidel (Classics), Stanford University
  • Julia Thomas (History), University of Notre Dame

2003

  • Jeremy Avigad (Philosophy), Carnegie Mellon University
  • Christine Chism (English), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • Rachel Fulton (History), University of Chicago
  • Maria Georgopoulou (Art History), Yale University
  • Cristle Judd (Musicology), University of Pennsylvania
  • Christine Hayes (Religion), Yale University
  • Jacob Levy (Political Science), University of Chicago
  • Sophia Rosenfeld (History), University of Virginia
  • Gabrielle Starr (English), New York University

2002–2006

2002

  • Ann Blair (History), Harvard University
  • Cathryn Carson (History), University of California at Berkeley
  • Delia Graff (Philosophy), Cornell University
  • Darcy Grigsby (Art History), University of California at Berkeley
  • Daniel Heller-Roazen (Comparative Literature), Princeton University
  • Annette Richards (Musicology), Cornell University
  • Gideon Rosen (Philosophy), Princeton University
  • Pamela Smith (History), Pomona College