External fellows will include eminent senior scholars in residence for stays ranging from three days to three weeks to a semester, and a recent PhD of extraordinary promise in residence for the academic year.
Residential Fellows 2013-2014:
Vaughn Rasberry, Assistant Professor of English, Stanford University.
Wlad Godzich, Distinguished Professor, Literature Department, University of California, Santa Cruz.
Short-term Fellows 2013-2014:
Dudley Andrew, Professor of Film and Comparative Literature, Yale University.
Martha Hodes, Professor of History, New York University.
Reda Bensmaia, Professor Emeritus, French Studies and Comparative Literature, Brown University.
Ruth Hung, Professor of English, Hong Kong Baptist University.
Lauren Berlant, Professor of English, University of Chicago.
Internal fellows are Pitt faculty members awarded time released from teaching in order to advance on important books, in dialogue with other fellows and the larger community formed by the center. For the academic year 2013-2014, the internal fellows will include:
Thora Brylowe, English
Joshua Lund, Hispanic
Neil Doshi, French & Italian
Vincent Leung, History
Ryan McDermott, English
Piotr Gwiazda, Associate Professor of English, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Anupama Jain, PhD, South Asian and Asian American Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison