Current IPRH–Andrew W. Mellon Fellows

The following are the current Emerging areas in the Humanities Fellows and Interns.

You can learn more about each of these fellows, as well as other IPRH fellows, at the "About" section of the IPRH website.

Environmental Humanities Research Group

Faculty Fellow

Bob Morrissey History

Post-Doctoral Fellows

Leah Aronowsky PhD, History of Science, Harvard University, 2018

“Configuring the Planetary Environment as a Scientific Object”

Pollyana Rhee PhD, Architecture, Columbia University, 2018

“Designing Natural Advantages: Environmental Visions, Civic Ideals, and Architecture for Community, 1920–1970”

Pre-Doctoral Fellows

Douglas Jones History “The Cult of the Yankee Mining Engineer: Engineering Nature, Race, and Labor in the US, Canada, and South Africa, 1886–1922”

Jessica Landau Art History

“‘Critical Habitat’: Picturing Conservation, Extinction, and the American Animal in the Long Twentieth Century”

Undergraduate Interns

Alaina Bottens major in Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences / Gender & Women’s Studies

Sarah Gediman major in History / Earth, Society & Environmental Sustainability

Amanda Watson major in English / Political Science

Legal Humanities

Faculty Fellow, 2019–22

A. Naomi Paik Asian American Studies