Full-Year Fellows (2020-2021)
Francis Oakley (Senior Fellow)
President Emeritus and Edward Dorr Griffin Emeritus Professor of the History of Ideas; Professor Oakley recently completed a reinterpretation of the history of political thought from late antiquity to the mid-seventeenth century; the three volume series is titled: "The Emergence of Western Political Thought in the Latin Middle Ages". Yale University Press published volume one in 2010 with the title: "Empty Bottles of Gentilism: Kingship and the Divine in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (to 1050)." The second volume was releases in 2012: "The Mortgage of the Past: Reshaping the Ancient Political Inheritance (1050-1300)." The third volume, "The Watershed of Modern Politics: Law, Virtue, Kingship, and Consent (1300-1650)" was published in 2015. Professor Oakley's memoir, "Far from the Cast Iron Shore," was published in 2018.
Spring 2021 Fellows
Fall 2020 Fellows
Fall 2019 Fellows
- Isabelle Devereaux ’20, Art History, Ruchman Student Fellow; "Rethinking Consumption: Ways of Knowing in 90s Participatory Art"
- Cornelius Kubler, Professor of Asian Studies, "A Guide to Chinese Languages and Dialects"
- W. Anthony Sheppard, Professor of Music, "The Performer's Voice: Timbre and Expression in Twentieth-Century Vocal Music"
Spring 2020 Fellows
- Helga Druxes, Professor of German and Comparative Literature, "Resilient Subjects: Contemporary Cinema and Fiction Confront Neoliberalism"
- Matthew Tokeshi, Assistant Professor of Political Science, "White Voters' Responses to African American Candidates for High-Profile Statewide Office"
- Mi Yu ’20; English, Ruchman Student Fellow; “Postmodernism and Chinese Science Fiction"
Previous Clark-Oakley Humanities Fellows
- Jill Casid (2018-2019)
- Agnes Lugo-Ortiz (2017-2018)
- Marden Nichols (2016-2017)
- Kavita Singh (2015-2016)
- Carrie Noland (2014-2015)
- Roberto Tejada (2013-2014)