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AGS Library Present Fellows


McColl Research Program 2013 Fellowship Recipients

Adrian Howkins, Colorado State University. Lands of Darkness and Light: An Environmental History of the Polar Regions.

Taylor Spence, Sewanee - The University of the South. The Endless Commons: Indigenous and Immigrant in the British-American Borderland, 1783-1850.

Michel R. Oudijk, Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and Dr. Sebastian van Doesburg, Coordinación de Humanidades Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. The Lienzo de Santa Catarina Ixtepeji.

Helen and John S. Best Research 2013 Fellowship Recipients

Fritz Kessler, Frostburg University. Map Projections of the Late 19th Century.

Stefania Gallini, Universidad Nacional de Colombia. The Cartographic Silence of Bogotá Ecological Structure, 1853‐1938.

Joe Giacomelli, Cornell University. Redrawing the Map of the West: The Debate over Human Agency in Climate, 1865-1895.

 Leah Thomas, Virginia Commonwealth University. The intersection of Transatlantic Cartography and Prose Fiction of the Eighteenth century in England and the Colonies.

Will Mackintosh, University of Mary Washington. Expected Sights: The Origins of Tourism in the United States.

List of McColl Research Fellows 2006-2012

List of Best Fellows 2000-2012

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