Recipients of Fall 2017 Individual Research Awards for Associate Professors
- Judith C. Brown, Department of English, Le Corbusier and the Architecture of Partition
- Youngjoo Cha, Department of Sociology, Can We Change the Overwork Culture? The Role of Workplaces in Challenging Conventional Definitions of “Ideal Workers”
- Dominick DiOrio, Department of Choral Conducting, Researching the Professional Chorus: Residencies with Seven American Ensembles
- Jinfeng Liao, Department of Physics, Unraveling the Subatomic Swirls
- Andrea Walton, Department of History of Education, Philanthropy in US Higher Education: A History
- Nicolas Valazza, Department of French and Italian, La Poésie délivrée: le livre en question du Parnasse à Mallarmé
- Shane Vogel, Department of English, Stolen Time: Black Fad Performance and the Calypso Craze
Recipients of Fall 2017 Collaborative Fellowships for Associate Professors
- Stephanie DeBoer, Department of Cinema and Media Studies, Emergent Visions: Adjacency and Urban Screens
- Peter Miksza, Department of Music Education, Optimizing Musical Expertise: Understanding Motivation and Practice Quality in Elite Music Performance
- Suchetana Mukhopadhyay, Department of Biology, How Does the Alphavirus TF Protein Promote Viral Infection?
- Beth Samuelson, Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, Planning Grant for an Online English Learners Teacher Training Consortium
Recipients of Fall 2017 Conference Awards for Associate Professors
- Joan Hawkins, Department of Cinema and Media Studies, Wounded Galaxies: 1968—Beneath the Paving Stones, the Beach Festival+Symposium
Recipients of Fall 2016 Individual Research Awards for Associate Professors
- John Arthos, Department of English, “All Men Are Liars”: Susan Lawrence Dana and the Rhetoric of Place
- Yonjoo Cho, Instructional Systems Technology, What Leads to Career Success of Female CEOs in Korean Multinational Corporations?
- Pranav Danthi, Department of Biology, attending the Keystone Conference on Cell Death and Inflammation
- Giles Knox, Department of Art History, El Greco, Velázquez, Rembrandt, Vermeer: Painting as Polemic
- Lara Kriegel, Department of History, Out of the Valley: The Crimean War and its Afterlife
- Ashok K. Lalwani, Department of Marketing, First Come, Last Served?: Disentangling Power Distance Perception and Power Distance Values in the Context of Loyalty Programs
- Nicole Martins, Media School, Exploring our “Culture of Violence”: An Analysis of Content Patterns, Themes, and Trends Related to Violence and Aggression in American Media
- Jason McGraw, Department of History, A Social History of the Jamaican Popular Sound
- Sharlene Newman, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, The Relationship between Handedness, Neural Network Connectivity and Language
- William Oliver, Department of Criminal Justice, How Formerly Incarcerated Men Maintain Relationships and Reunite with their Children and Past or New Female Partners Following a Period of Incarceration
- Susan Seizer, Department of Anthropology, Stigma & Risk: Life Choices and Changing Values among Hereditary South Indian Theater Families
- Elizabeth Shea, Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance, The Rise of Otherness
- Ellen Wu, Department of History, Overrepresented: Asian Americans in the Age of Affirmative Action
Recipients of Fall 2016 Collaborative Fellowships for Associate Professors
- Radovan Dermisek, Department of Physics, Searching for Quantum Effects of New Particles
- Dominick DiOrio, Department of Choral Conducting, Jacob’s School of Music, NOTUS: Debut Album Release
Fall 2016 Conference Award Recipients
- Markus Dickinson and Sandra Kuebler, Computational Linguistics, International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories
- David Konisky, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Environmental Politics & Governance Conference
- Dana Marsh, Department of Early Music, Historical Performance: Theory, Practice, and
- Justin M. Ross and Denvil Duncan, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Applied Research in Public Finance
- Shane Vogel, Department of English, The Future in the Present: Race, Time, and Performance
Recipients of Spring 2016 Individual Research Awards for Associate Professors
- Dana Anderson, Department of English Unity and Clarity in Visual Identity: Researching the Visual Communications Practices of the National Park Service
- Julie Auger, Department of French & Italian & Linguistics, Documentation and Analysis of an Endangered Language: Picard
- Beth Buggenhagen, Department of Anthropology, Photography in Global Senegal
- Dionne Cross Francis, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Investigating the Factors that Promote Ambitious Mathematics Instruction
- Michel Chaouli, Department of Germanic Studies, Thinking with Kant’s Critique of Judgment
- Lingling Chen, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, Preliminary NMR Studies of Type III Secretion Regulator YopK
- Deborah Deliyannis, Department of History, Fifty Early Medieval Things:Materials of Culture in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages
- Brian Dodge, Department of Applied Health Science, HIV Stigma Research: White House Meeting and Next Steps
- Lynn Duggan, Department of Labor Studies, Unions and Care Work:Case Studies of Ireland and Germany
- Sara Friedman, Department of Anthropology & Gender Studies, Urban Flight and Alternative Lifestyles among China’s Middle Classes
- Edgar Illas, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Grafted Architecture in Global War
- Julia Roos, Department of History, German Racial Regimes in the Twentieth Century: An Afro-German Microhistory
- Emily Metzgar, Department of Journalism and Media School, Journalism with Purpose: Foreign Policy, Domestic Politics & U.S. International Broadcasting
- Micol Seigel, Department of American Studies, Anti-‐Study
- Hannah Schertz, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Promoting Toddlers’ Social Engagement: A Parent Questionnaire
- Pravina Shukla, Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Picturing Paradise: Brazil through Its Folk Arts
- Stephen Vinson, Department of New Eastern Languages and Cultures, The Craft of a Good Scribe: History, Narrative and Meaning in the First Tale of Setne Khaemwas
- Y. Joel Wong, Department of Counseling and Counseling Psychology, Advisors as Encouragers: Testing an Encouragement Writing Intervention for Doctoral Advisors and Advisees
- Sung-Un Yang, Department of Journalism and Media School, Testing a Model of Authenticity, Engagement, & Trust (AET) in Organizational Communication Management
- Giovanni Zanovello, Department of Musicology, Jacobs School of Music, Singing and Debating: Religious Communities, Classical culture, and Music in Late-Fifteenth-Century Florence
Recipients of Spring 2016 Collaborative Fellowships for Associate Professors
- Beth Buggenhagen, Department of Anthropology and African Studies Program, New African Media and Literary Initiatives in Africa
- Ashok Lalwani, Department of Marketing, The Role of Cultural Factors on Consumers’ Likelihood of Using Coupons
- Suchetana Tuli Mukhopadhyay, Department of Biology, Identifying a potential site for viral attenuation:Using CDMS to determine the sugar residues in an arbovirus
- Faridah Pawan, Department of Literacy, Culture and Language Education, Changing from Fish to Dragon: The professionalization of Chinese English Language Teachers
- Brea Perry, Department of Sociology, Biological mechanisms underlying the relationship between social networks and age-related cognitive decline
- Ryan Giles and Steven Wagschal, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Beyond Sight: Experiences of Smell, Taste, Touch and Hearing in Iberian Literatures and Cultures, 1200-1750
Spring 2016 Research Consultation Fellowship Recipients
- Brett Bowles and Massimo Scalabrini, Department of French and Italian, Beyond Goebbels: Alfred Greven, Nazi Film Politics and Policy in Occupied Europe, 1940-1945
- Lingling Chen, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, Functional and structural studies of Chlamydial secreted proteins
- Blane De St. Croix, Department of Studio Art, Landscape Sculpture: Studying the ideas and techniques that have shaped the development of landscape art
Spring 2016 Conference Award Recipients
- Sandra Kuebler and Markus Dickinson, Department of Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics Fest (CLiF)
- Joshua Malitsky and Marissa Moorman, The Media School and Department of History, Documentary and the Legacies of Colonialism: Images, Institutions, and Economies
Recipients of Fall 2015 Individual Research Awards for Associate Professors
- Yonjoo Cho, Department of Instructional Systems Technology, Current Perspectives on Asian Women in Leadership
- Katherine Connelly, School of Informatics and Computing, Science Working Group
- Margaret Dolinsky, Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts, Science Working Group
- Alyce Fly, Department of Applied Health Science, Science Working Group
- Michael D. Foster, Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Japanese Masked Ritual as a Non-Tourist Event
- Lessie J. Frazier, Department of Gender Studies and American Studies, Desired States and more
- Beth Gazley, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Co-production in Public Services: Trends & Impact of Philanthropic Support for Public Parks & Recreation
- Jane E. Goodman, Department of Anthropology, On Tour: Algerian Actors in the United States
- Diane Henshel, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Science Working Group
- Nicole Jacquard, Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts, Understanding Imagery through Digital Interactivity
- Sandra Kuebler, Department of Linguistics, Science Working Group
- Michelle Moyd, Department of History, Race, Labor and Armies of Empire in the United States and Africa, 1850-1918
- Rowland Ricketts, Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts -Studio, American Overshot Coverlets: Weaving Meaning, Patterns of Labor
Recipients of Fall 2015 Collaborative Fellowships for Associate Professors
- Theresa Ochoa, School of Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Reducing Recidivism & Increasing Community Reentry for Justice-involved Girls …
- Elizabeth Shea, Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance, Elizabeth Shea Dance and Friends at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
- Regina Smyth, Department of Political Science, From Maidan to Donbas: Protest Participation & Political Engagement in Ukraine
- Estela Vieira, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, On Portuguese Cinema
Fall 2015 Research Consultation Fellowship Recipient
- Barbara Dennis, School of Education Counseling and Educational Psychology, Advocacy and Activism Through Educational Inquiry
Fall 2015 Conference Recipient
- Matthias Strauch, Department of Mathematics, The p-adic Langlands Program and Related Topics
IAS Spring 2015 Individual Research Award Recipients
- Cynthia J. Bannon, Department of Classical Studies, Water Communities in the Roman Empire
- Judith Brown, Department of English, Lines: Le Corbusier’s Partition Memorial
- James Damico, Department of Literacy, Culture and Language Education, Commemoration, Testimony, and Protest in Argentina: Exploring the Intersections of Literacy, History, and Memory during 40th Anniversary Events of the “Dirty War”
- Stephanie DeBoer, Department of Communication and Culture, No Hard Edges: Locating Media Art, Screen, and Architectural Complexes in Urban China
- Arlene J. Diaz, Department of History, Spying on the Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1868-1908
- Nathan Ensmenger, School of Informatics and Computing, Dirty Bits: An Environmental History of Computing
- Sara Friedman, Department of Anthropology and Gender Studies, Opting Out of Success: Alternative Lifestyles and Communities in Contemporary China
- Constance M. Furey, Department of Religious Studies, Crowded Interiors: The Illusion of Solitude in Protestant Poetry
- Shannon Gayk, Department of English, Instruments of Christ: The Arma Christi in Early England
- John H. Hanson, Department of History, The Ahmadiyya in the Gold Coast (Ghana)
- Rebecca J. Manring, Department of Religious Studies and Dhar India Studies, Sex, Sexuality, and Gender in Pali Commentarial Buddhist Literature
- Suchetana Mukhopadhyay, Department of Biology, Determining Host Factors in Alphavirus Spike Assembly
- Walton Muyumba, Department of English, I Had To Eat: Essays
- Ranu Samantrai, Department of English, After Empire: Decolonizing England
- Jakobi Williams, Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies and Department of History, Dalit Panthers in India and the Black Panther Party
IAS Spring 2015 Collaborative Fellowship Recipients
- Suchetana Mukhopadhyay, Department of Biology, Conformational Changes of the Alphavirus Core During Virus Assembly
IAS Spring 2015 Research Consultation Fellowship Recipients
- Lane Baker, Department of Chemistry, Ion Channel Probes for Biochemical Imaging
- Colin R. Johnson, Department of Gender Studies, Improved Historical Methodology for the Study of Sexual Difference in Non-metropolitan Contexts
- Julie Van Voorhis, Department of the History of Art, Fine Arts, A Pair of Imperial Portrait Busts of Septimius Severus and Julia Domna in the Indiana University Art Museum: Color and Context
- Jakobi Williams, Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies and Department of History, Neighborhoods First: The Black Panther Party in Chicago, the Original Rainbow Coalition, and the Power of Community Organizing
IAS Fall 2014 Collaborative Fellowship Recipients
- Kevin J. Rottet, Department of French and Italian, Languages in Context: Comparative Structure of Welsh and English in Translation.
- Isabelle Darcy, Department of Second Language Studies, Pronunciation talent? The Relationship Between Cognitive Control and Phonological Skills.
IAS Fall 2014 Individual Research Award Recipients
- Reyes Vila-Belda, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, En voz alta: los recitales como actos de resistencia, (Reading Aloud: Poetry Recitals as Acts of Resistance).
- Lisa Sideris, Department of Religious Studies, Consecrating Science: Wonder, Knowledge, and the Natural World.
- Oana Panaïté, Department of French and Italian, The Colonial Fortune: Survival, Debt and Commonplace in Contemporary French-Language Fiction.
- Caleb Weintraub, Department of Fine Arts, Promotional Materials for Gallery and Museum Submissions.
- John Nieto-Phillips, Department of History, Echoes of Empire: The Spanish Language and the Global Reach of Hispanism, 1910s-1940s.
- Melissa Dinverno, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Repatriating Lorca: Exile, Diaspora, and National Identity.
- LaMonda Horton-Stallings, Department of Gender Studies, Funk the Erotic: Transaesthetics and Black Sexual Cultures
- Juan Carlos Escanciano, Department of Economics, Nonparametric Identification and Estimation of Euler Equations.
- Bret L. Rothstein, Department of History of Art, The Shape of Difficulty: On the Character of Visual Challenges.
- Michiko Suzuki, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Reading Material: Kimono in Twentieth Century Japanese Literature and Film.
- Malcolm Mobutu Smith, School of Fine Arts, New Works at Luise Ross Gallery – a Catalog.
IAS Fall 2014 Consultation Fellowship Recipients
- John A. Walsh, Department of Information and Library Science, Comic Book Readership Archive.
- Radovan Dermisek, Physics Department, Electroweak Symmetry Breaking and Properties of the Higgs Boson.
IAS Fall 2014 Conference Award Recipients
- Adam Leite and Kate Abramson, Department of Philosophy, Sympathy and its Reflections in History.
- Estela Vieira andLuciana Namorato, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Transatlantic Dialogues: Realism and Modernity in Nineteenth-Century Portugal and Brazil.
IAS Collaborative Fellowships
- Shaowen Bardzell, Department of Informatics, School of Informatics & Computing. Participatory Urban Informatics: Community Engagement and Geolocalized Storytelling.
- Brian Dodge, Department of Applied Health Science, School of Public Health-Bloomington: Sexual Health among Men in Mumbai, India.
- Georgia Frey, Department of Kinesiology, School of Public Health-Bloomington: A Pilot Study to Assess Cardiovascular Risk in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
- Elizabeth Shea, Department of Theatre, Drama, & Contemporary Dance and director of IU Contemporary Dance Program, College of Arts and Sciences: A performance of Flawed.
- Jonathan Simons, Department of Communications and Culture, College of Arts and Sciences: In/visible War: America's 21st Century Armed Conflicts.
- Michael Spiro, Percussion and Jazz Studies Department, Jacobs School of Music: Concert combining Latin Jazz and folkloric Afro-Caribbean music with classical music form and orchestration, in collaboration with Professor Wayne Wallace (Jazz Studies Department) and Assistant Professor Jeremy Allen (Jazz Studies Department).
- Caleb Weintraub, Department of Fine Arts (Painting), Hope School of Fine Arts/College of Arts and Sciences: Views from the studio ...into the classroom.
IAS Consultation Fellowships
- Amar Flood, and James F. Jackson Department of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences: From Small Molecules to Materials: A Research Consultation with Bo Laursen at the University of Copenhagen.
- Lara Kriegel, Department of English and History, director of Victorian Studies Program, College of Arts and Sciences: The Savage Wars of Peace: Queen Victoria's Violent Century.
IAS Individual Research Awards
- Akin Adesokan, Department of Comparative Literature, College of Arts and Sciences: Three Yoruba Poets: A New Archive.
- Gardner Bovingdon, Department of Central Eurasian Studies, College of Arts and Sciences: Architecture, Urban Planning, and Identity in Kazakhstan.
- Beth Buggenhagen, Department of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, and Faculty Research Curator, Mathers Museum of World Cultures: Visualizing the Senegalese Postcolony: Photography in the Urban Economy.
- Lessie Frazier, Department of American Studies and Gender Studies, College of Arts and Sciences: Desired States: Gender, Sexuality, and Political Culture.
- Sara Friedman, Department of Anthropology and Gender Studies, College of Arts and Sciences: Exceptional States: Chinese Marriage Immigrants and the Challenges of Taiwanese Sovereignty and Encountering the State: Intimate Labor Migration across Asia.
- Beth Gazley, Teaching and Learning Faculty Chair, School of Public & Environmental Affairs: Co-production in Public Services: Trends and Impact of Philanthropic Support for Public Parks and Recreation.
- Ilana Gershon, Department of Communication & Culture, College of Arts and Sciences: Hiring2.0.
- John Gibson, Jacobs School of Music (Composition and Electronic Music): Compact disc of Uncanny Valley.
- Mary Beth Hines, Department Chair of Literacy, Culture and Language Education, School of Education: Engagement and Resistance at Last Chance High: A Case Study of Twenty-First Century Literacies and Identities in One English Classroom.
- Claudia Johnson, Department of Geological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences: Completion of multiple manuscripts .
- Dan Li, Department of Management & Entrepreneurship, Kelley School of Business: The Evolution of Cooperative and Competitive Relationships between Companies.
- Alex Lichtenstein, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences: Margaret Bourke-White and the Dawn of Apartheid.
- Lauren MacLean, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences: The Politics of the Non-State Provision of Public Goods in Africa: A Workshop at Makerere University.
- Carmen Liliana Medina, Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, School of Education: Inquiries into Everyday Literacies through Mobile Technology: Reimagining Participation with Puerto Rican Teachers.
- Marissa Moorman, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences. Powerful Frequencies: Radio, State Power, and the Cold War in Angola, 1933-2002.
- Amrita Chakrabarti Myers, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences: The Chinn-Johnson Family of Kentucky: Race, Gender and Power in the Old South
- Luciana Namorato, Department of Spanish & Portuguese, College of Arts and Sciences: The Many Ages of Clarice Lispector.
- Julia Roos, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences. Nationalism, Race, and Propaganda after World War I: The Campaign against the Black Horror on the Rhine.
- Rebecca Spang, Department of History and Director of Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies, College of Arts and Sciences: Stuff and Money in the Time of the French Revolution.
- Arvind Verma, Department of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences: Evaluating Police Patrol Effectiveness.
- Shane Vogel, Department of English and Director of Cultural Studies Program, College of Arts and Sciences: Stolen Time: Black Fad Performance and the Calypso Craze.
- Brenda Weber, Department of Gender Studies, College of Arts and Sciences: Mormons on our Minds: Gender, Modernity, and Mediated Mormonism.
- Karen Wohlwend, Department of Literacy, Culture and Language Education, School of Education: Using Video-Based Data Analysis Methods to Examine Children's Actions in Nonverbal Learning with New Technologies.