Katharina Natalia Piechocki

Assistant Professor of French
location_on Buchanan Tower

Subject Area

Education

Ph.D., New York University, 2013
Dr.phil., University of Vienna (Austria), 2009
M.A., New York University, 2007

About

I joined the faculty at UBC, where I specialize in seventeenth-century French literature, in July 2021, after teaching in the Department of Comparative Literature at Harvard University for eight years. My research focuses on early modern French and Romance literature, in particular theater, opera, cartography, gender, affect, and translation studies. At the center of my interest is the emergence and translation of new interdisciplinary, predominantly performative, art forms (opera, ballet, revival of ancient theater) and the rise and transformation of new disciplines (cartography, philology, translation) as they traveled across regions, nations, and continents. Interdisciplinary in nature, my research and teaching encompass canonical texts alongside untranslated and/or less-studied authors. Having studied French, Italian, and Portuguese as well as Theater, Film, and Media Studies at the University of Vienna and Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle, I completed two doctorates, in Romance Studies (University of Vienna) and in Comparative Literature (NYU).

I am the author of Cartographic Humanism: The Making of Early Modern Europe (University of Chicago Press, 2019), which reexamines the idea of “Europe” from France to Portugal, and from Italy to Germany and Poland, through the lens of a new humanistic discipline: cartography. Together with Jeffrey N. Peters, I am the co-editor of a special double issue of Romance Quarterly on the interdisciplinary topic of “Clouds” (68: 2 and 68: 3, 2021). Currently a Jean-François Malle Fellow at the Villa I Tatti, the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies (2021-22), I am completing my next book titled “Hercules: Procreative Poetics and the Origins of the Opera Libretto.” Here, I investigate the manifold ties that bring together questions of poetic creation, gender, politics, affect, and procreation into a meaningful signification.

My research has been supported by numerous international and national fellowships and grants. I was the inaugural fellow at the newly founded Europe-Center at the University of Konstanz, Germany (Summer 2019), and a Distinguished Junior External Fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center (2015-16). I was awarded a research fellowship at the IFK (Internationales Forschungszentrum für Kulturwissenschaften) in Vienna (2017), and, among others, the John F. Cogan Junior Faculty Leave fellowship from Harvard’s Davis Center, the Harvard Radcliffe Institute Academic Ventures grant, the William F. Milton Endowment Research Grant, the Andrew Mellon Foundation Summer Grant, and a Global Fellowship for NYU-in-Florence. Together with Tom Conley, I am the co-founder of and continue to co-chair the Cartography Seminar at Harvard’s Mahindra Humanities Center.


Research

Interests

  • origin of seventeenth-century poetics in France and Italy, in particular opera and theater
  • gender studies
  • cartography, space, geography
  • translation studies
  • affect studies

Current projects

  • “Hercules: Procreative Poetics and the Origins of the Opera Libretto,” monograph, supported by the Jean-François Malle fellowship, Villa I Tatti, the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies (2021-22)
  • “Early Modern Clouds,” co-edited double special issue of Romance Quarterly (with Jeffrey N. Peters)
  • “Rhetoric and Travel,” chapter for five-volume Cambridge History of Rhetoric, eds. Rita Copeland and Peter Mack (2023)

Publications

I. Books

Cartographic Humanism: The Making of Early Modern Europe (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2019). Paperback forthcoming Fall 2021.

Reviewed in:

Isis: A Journal of the History of Science Society 112: 2 (2021), 399-400 (by Karl Galle):
https://www-journals-uchicago-edu.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/doi/pdf/10.1086/714698

European History Quarterly (2020), 737-9 (by Michael Wintle):
https://doi-org.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/10.1177/0265691420963194n

Journal of Historical Geography 70 (2020), 95-96 (by Andrew Herod):
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhg.2020.06.006

Imago Mundi 72: 2 (2020), 203-4 (by Martin Lewis):
https://doi.org/10.1080/03085694.2020.1748386

Times Higher Education, January 23, 2020 (by Joad Raymond):
https://www.timeshighereducation.com/books/cartographic-humanism-making-early-modern-europe-katharina-n-piechocki-university-of-Chicago-Press

between 9: 18 (2019), 1-8 (by Corrado Confalonieri):
http://ojs.unica.it/index.php/between/article/view/3921/3499

Humanisme cartographique: La fabrique de l’Europe moderne (Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2021). French translation of Cartographic Humanism.

II. Edited Volumes

Romance Quarterly, special double-issue on “Early Modern Clouds,” 68:2 and 68: 3 (2021), co-edited with Jeffrey N. Peters

III. a) Recent Articles

“Clouds, Nuptials, Nubifications: At the Origins of Operatic Poetics,” Romance Quarterly, Special Issue: Early Modern Clouds II, 68: 3 (2021). Forthcoming August.

“Early Modern Clouds and the Poetics of Meteorology: An Introduction” (with Jeffrey N. Peters), Romance Quarterly, Special Issue: Early Modern Clouds I, 68:2 (2021), 65-78.

“Compulsive Masculinity: Hercules and Early Italian-Style Opera in Paris,” The Italianist, Special Issue: Genre Bending in Italian Performative Culture, eds. Jessica Goethals and Eugenio Refini, 40: 3 (2020), 400-418.

“Cartographic Translation: Reframing Leonardo Bruni’s De interpretatione recta (1424),” I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance 20: 1 (2017), 1-25.

“Syphilologies: Fracastoro’s Cure and the Creation of Immunopoetics,” Comparative Literature 68:1 (2016), 1-17.

III. b) Recent Book Chapters

“Surface Matters: Female Allegories and the Emergence of Continental Thinking from Martin Waldseemüller’s America (1507) to Luís de Camões’s The Lusíads (1572),” in Feminism as World Literature, ed. Robin Goodman (New York et al.: Bloomsbury, 2021). Forthcoming September.

“Cartographic Manipulations. Framing the Centre of Europe in ca. 1500,” in Contesting Europe: Comparative Perspectives on Early Modern Discourses of Europe (15th–18th Century), eds. Nicolas Detering, Clementina Marsico, and Isabella Walser-Bürgler (Leiden: Brill Publisher, 2019), 149-173.

“Sincerity, Sterility, Scandal: Eroticizing Diplomacy in Early Seventeenth-Century Opera Librettos at the French Embassy in Rome,” in Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World c.1410-1800, eds. Tracey Sowerby and Jan Hannings (London: Routledge, Research in Early Modern History Series), 2017, 114-129.


Awards

Since 2015

  • Villa I Tatti, Jean-François Malle Fellow, Florence, Italy, AY 2021-22
  • Council For European Studies (CES), Columbia University, Small event grant, “Critical Cartographies: An Inquiry into the Making of Europe,” Nov. 2020 (Zoom)
  • Villa I Tatti, Jean-François Malle Fellow, Florence, Italy, AY 2020-21 (declined)
  • Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Exploratory Seminar Grant (with Kate van Orden and Sylvaine Guyot), February 2021
  • Universität Konstanz, Germany, Visiting Professor/Inaugural Fellow, Europa-Forschungszentrum, June-July 2019
  • Provostial Fund for the Arts and Humanities, Harvard University, April 2019
  • Schofield Publication Fund, Harvard Studies in Comp. Lit., February 2019
  • Davis Center, Harvard University, Research  Grant, January 2019
  • Weatherhead Center for International Affairs (WCFIA), Harvard, Medium Faculty Conference Grant, “The Future of Geography” (with Tom Conley), November 2018
  • Anne and Jim Rothenberg Humanities Research Grant, Harvard, March 2018
  • Clark Research Award, Harvard University, June 2017
  • IFK (Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaften, Vienna, Austria), Research Fellow, Spring Semester 2017
  • Stanford Humanities Center, Distinguished Junior External Fellow, AY 2015-16
  • Huntington Library, Long-term fellowship, AY 2015-16 (declined)
  • Anne and Jim Rothenberg Fund for Humanities Research, Harvard, Sept. 2016
  • Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Exploratory Workshop Grant (with Tom Conley), March 2016
  • Junior Faculty Research Assistance Grant, GSAS, Harvard University, AY 2015-16
  • John F. Cogan Junior Faculty Leave Fellowship, Davis Center, Harvard, Fall 2015

Graduate Supervision

Currently accepting graduate students for supervision.


Katharina Natalia Piechocki

Assistant Professor of French
location_on Buchanan Tower

Ph.D., New York University, 2013
Dr.phil., University of Vienna (Austria), 2009
M.A., New York University, 2007

I joined the faculty at UBC, where I specialize in seventeenth-century French literature, in July 2021, after teaching in the Department of Comparative Literature at Harvard University for eight years. My research focuses on early modern French and Romance literature, in particular theater, opera, cartography, gender, affect, and translation studies. At the center of my interest is the emergence and translation of new interdisciplinary, predominantly performative, art forms (opera, ballet, revival of ancient theater) and the rise and transformation of new disciplines (cartography, philology, translation) as they traveled across regions, nations, and continents. Interdisciplinary in nature, my research and teaching encompass canonical texts alongside untranslated and/or less-studied authors. Having studied French, Italian, and Portuguese as well as Theater, Film, and Media Studies at the University of Vienna and Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle, I completed two doctorates, in Romance Studies (University of Vienna) and in Comparative Literature (NYU).

I am the author of Cartographic Humanism: The Making of Early Modern Europe (University of Chicago Press, 2019), which reexamines the idea of "Europe" from France to Portugal, and from Italy to Germany and Poland, through the lens of a new humanistic discipline: cartography. Together with Jeffrey N. Peters, I am the co-editor of a special double issue of Romance Quarterly on the interdisciplinary topic of "Clouds" (68: 2 and 68: 3, 2021). Currently a Jean-François Malle Fellow at the Villa I Tatti, the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies (2021-22), I am completing my next book titled "Hercules: Procreative Poetics and the Origins of the Opera Libretto." Here, I investigate the manifold ties that bring together questions of poetic creation, gender, politics, affect, and procreation into a meaningful signification.

My research has been supported by numerous international and national fellowships and grants. I was the inaugural fellow at the newly founded Europe-Center at the University of Konstanz, Germany (Summer 2019), and a Distinguished Junior External Fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center (2015-16). I was awarded a research fellowship at the IFK (Internationales Forschungszentrum für Kulturwissenschaften) in Vienna (2017), and, among others, the John F. Cogan Junior Faculty Leave fellowship from Harvard’s Davis Center, the Harvard Radcliffe Institute Academic Ventures grant, the William F. Milton Endowment Research Grant, the Andrew Mellon Foundation Summer Grant, and a Global Fellowship for NYU-in-Florence. Together with Tom Conley, I am the co-founder of and continue to co-chair the Cartography Seminar at Harvard's Mahindra Humanities Center.

Interests

  • origin of seventeenth-century poetics in France and Italy, in particular opera and theater
  • gender studies
  • cartography, space, geography
  • translation studies
  • affect studies

Current projects

  • "Hercules: Procreative Poetics and the Origins of the Opera Libretto," monograph, supported by the Jean-François Malle fellowship, Villa I Tatti, the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies (2021-22)
  • "Early Modern Clouds," co-edited double special issue of Romance Quarterly (with Jeffrey N. Peters)
  • "Rhetoric and Travel," chapter for five-volume Cambridge History of Rhetoric, eds. Rita Copeland and Peter Mack (2023)

I. Books

Cartographic Humanism: The Making of Early Modern Europe (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2019). Paperback forthcoming Fall 2021.

Reviewed in:

Isis: A Journal of the History of Science Society 112: 2 (2021), 399-400 (by Karl Galle):
https://www-journals-uchicago-edu.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/doi/pdf/10.1086/714698

European History Quarterly (2020), 737-9 (by Michael Wintle):
https://doi-org.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/10.1177/0265691420963194n

Journal of Historical Geography 70 (2020), 95-96 (by Andrew Herod):
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhg.2020.06.006

Imago Mundi 72: 2 (2020), 203-4 (by Martin Lewis):
https://doi.org/10.1080/03085694.2020.1748386

Times Higher Education, January 23, 2020 (by Joad Raymond):
https://www.timeshighereducation.com/books/cartographic-humanism-making-early-modern-europe-katharina-n-piechocki-university-of-Chicago-Press

between 9: 18 (2019), 1-8 (by Corrado Confalonieri):
http://ojs.unica.it/index.php/between/article/view/3921/3499

Humanisme cartographique: La fabrique de l’Europe moderne (Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2021). French translation of Cartographic Humanism.

II. Edited Volumes

Romance Quarterly, special double-issue on “Early Modern Clouds,” 68:2 and 68: 3 (2021), co-edited with Jeffrey N. Peters

III. a) Recent Articles

“Clouds, Nuptials, Nubifications: At the Origins of Operatic Poetics,” Romance Quarterly, Special Issue: Early Modern Clouds II, 68: 3 (2021). Forthcoming August.

“Early Modern Clouds and the Poetics of Meteorology: An Introduction” (with Jeffrey N. Peters), Romance Quarterly, Special Issue: Early Modern Clouds I, 68:2 (2021), 65-78.

“Compulsive Masculinity: Hercules and Early Italian-Style Opera in Paris,” The Italianist, Special Issue: Genre Bending in Italian Performative Culture, eds. Jessica Goethals and Eugenio Refini, 40: 3 (2020), 400-418.

“Cartographic Translation: Reframing Leonardo Bruni’s De interpretatione recta (1424),” I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance 20: 1 (2017), 1-25.

“Syphilologies: Fracastoro’s Cure and the Creation of Immunopoetics,” Comparative Literature 68:1 (2016), 1-17.

III. b) Recent Book Chapters

“Surface Matters: Female Allegories and the Emergence of Continental Thinking from Martin Waldseemüller’s America (1507) to Luís de Camões’s The Lusíads (1572),” in Feminism as World Literature, ed. Robin Goodman (New York et al.: Bloomsbury, 2021). Forthcoming September.

“Cartographic Manipulations. Framing the Centre of Europe in ca. 1500,” in Contesting Europe: Comparative Perspectives on Early Modern Discourses of Europe (15th–18th Century), eds. Nicolas Detering, Clementina Marsico, and Isabella Walser-Bürgler (Leiden: Brill Publisher, 2019), 149-173.

“Sincerity, Sterility, Scandal: Eroticizing Diplomacy in Early Seventeenth-Century Opera Librettos at the French Embassy in Rome,” in Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World c.1410-1800, eds. Tracey Sowerby and Jan Hannings (London: Routledge, Research in Early Modern History Series), 2017, 114-129.

Since 2015

  • Villa I Tatti, Jean-François Malle Fellow, Florence, Italy, AY 2021-22
  • Council For European Studies (CES), Columbia University, Small event grant, “Critical Cartographies: An Inquiry into the Making of Europe,” Nov. 2020 (Zoom)
  • Villa I Tatti, Jean-François Malle Fellow, Florence, Italy, AY 2020-21 (declined)
  • Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Exploratory Seminar Grant (with Kate van Orden and Sylvaine Guyot), February 2021
  • Universität Konstanz, Germany, Visiting Professor/Inaugural Fellow, Europa-Forschungszentrum, June-July 2019
  • Provostial Fund for the Arts and Humanities, Harvard University, April 2019
  • Schofield Publication Fund, Harvard Studies in Comp. Lit., February 2019
  • Davis Center, Harvard University, Research  Grant, January 2019
  • Weatherhead Center for International Affairs (WCFIA), Harvard, Medium Faculty Conference Grant, “The Future of Geography” (with Tom Conley), November 2018
  • Anne and Jim Rothenberg Humanities Research Grant, Harvard, March 2018
  • Clark Research Award, Harvard University, June 2017
  • IFK (Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaften, Vienna, Austria), Research Fellow, Spring Semester 2017
  • Stanford Humanities Center, Distinguished Junior External Fellow, AY 2015-16
  • Huntington Library, Long-term fellowship, AY 2015-16 (declined)
  • Anne and Jim Rothenberg Fund for Humanities Research, Harvard, Sept. 2016
  • Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Exploratory Workshop Grant (with Tom Conley), March 2016
  • Junior Faculty Research Assistance Grant, GSAS, Harvard University, AY 2015-16
  • John F. Cogan Junior Faculty Leave Fellowship, Davis Center, Harvard, Fall 2015

Currently accepting graduate students for supervision.

Katharina Natalia Piechocki

Assistant Professor of French
location_on Buchanan Tower

Ph.D., New York University, 2013
Dr.phil., University of Vienna (Austria), 2009
M.A., New York University, 2007

I joined the faculty at UBC, where I specialize in seventeenth-century French literature, in July 2021, after teaching in the Department of Comparative Literature at Harvard University for eight years. My research focuses on early modern French and Romance literature, in particular theater, opera, cartography, gender, affect, and translation studies. At the center of my interest is the emergence and translation of new interdisciplinary, predominantly performative, art forms (opera, ballet, revival of ancient theater) and the rise and transformation of new disciplines (cartography, philology, translation) as they traveled across regions, nations, and continents. Interdisciplinary in nature, my research and teaching encompass canonical texts alongside untranslated and/or less-studied authors. Having studied French, Italian, and Portuguese as well as Theater, Film, and Media Studies at the University of Vienna and Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle, I completed two doctorates, in Romance Studies (University of Vienna) and in Comparative Literature (NYU).

I am the author of Cartographic Humanism: The Making of Early Modern Europe (University of Chicago Press, 2019), which reexamines the idea of "Europe" from France to Portugal, and from Italy to Germany and Poland, through the lens of a new humanistic discipline: cartography. Together with Jeffrey N. Peters, I am the co-editor of a special double issue of Romance Quarterly on the interdisciplinary topic of "Clouds" (68: 2 and 68: 3, 2021). Currently a Jean-François Malle Fellow at the Villa I Tatti, the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies (2021-22), I am completing my next book titled "Hercules: Procreative Poetics and the Origins of the Opera Libretto." Here, I investigate the manifold ties that bring together questions of poetic creation, gender, politics, affect, and procreation into a meaningful signification.

My research has been supported by numerous international and national fellowships and grants. I was the inaugural fellow at the newly founded Europe-Center at the University of Konstanz, Germany (Summer 2019), and a Distinguished Junior External Fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center (2015-16). I was awarded a research fellowship at the IFK (Internationales Forschungszentrum für Kulturwissenschaften) in Vienna (2017), and, among others, the John F. Cogan Junior Faculty Leave fellowship from Harvard’s Davis Center, the Harvard Radcliffe Institute Academic Ventures grant, the William F. Milton Endowment Research Grant, the Andrew Mellon Foundation Summer Grant, and a Global Fellowship for NYU-in-Florence. Together with Tom Conley, I am the co-founder of and continue to co-chair the Cartography Seminar at Harvard's Mahindra Humanities Center.

Interests

  • origin of seventeenth-century poetics in France and Italy, in particular opera and theater
  • gender studies
  • cartography, space, geography
  • translation studies
  • affect studies

Current projects

  • "Hercules: Procreative Poetics and the Origins of the Opera Libretto," monograph, supported by the Jean-François Malle fellowship, Villa I Tatti, the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies (2021-22)
  • "Early Modern Clouds," co-edited double special issue of Romance Quarterly (with Jeffrey N. Peters)
  • "Rhetoric and Travel," chapter for five-volume Cambridge History of Rhetoric, eds. Rita Copeland and Peter Mack (2023)

I. Books

Cartographic Humanism: The Making of Early Modern Europe (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2019). Paperback forthcoming Fall 2021.

Reviewed in:

Isis: A Journal of the History of Science Society 112: 2 (2021), 399-400 (by Karl Galle):
https://www-journals-uchicago-edu.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/doi/pdf/10.1086/714698

European History Quarterly (2020), 737-9 (by Michael Wintle):
https://doi-org.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/10.1177/0265691420963194n

Journal of Historical Geography 70 (2020), 95-96 (by Andrew Herod):
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhg.2020.06.006

Imago Mundi 72: 2 (2020), 203-4 (by Martin Lewis):
https://doi.org/10.1080/03085694.2020.1748386

Times Higher Education, January 23, 2020 (by Joad Raymond):
https://www.timeshighereducation.com/books/cartographic-humanism-making-early-modern-europe-katharina-n-piechocki-university-of-Chicago-Press

between 9: 18 (2019), 1-8 (by Corrado Confalonieri):
http://ojs.unica.it/index.php/between/article/view/3921/3499

Humanisme cartographique: La fabrique de l’Europe moderne (Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2021). French translation of Cartographic Humanism.

II. Edited Volumes

Romance Quarterly, special double-issue on “Early Modern Clouds,” 68:2 and 68: 3 (2021), co-edited with Jeffrey N. Peters

III. a) Recent Articles

“Clouds, Nuptials, Nubifications: At the Origins of Operatic Poetics,” Romance Quarterly, Special Issue: Early Modern Clouds II, 68: 3 (2021). Forthcoming August.

“Early Modern Clouds and the Poetics of Meteorology: An Introduction” (with Jeffrey N. Peters), Romance Quarterly, Special Issue: Early Modern Clouds I, 68:2 (2021), 65-78.

“Compulsive Masculinity: Hercules and Early Italian-Style Opera in Paris,” The Italianist, Special Issue: Genre Bending in Italian Performative Culture, eds. Jessica Goethals and Eugenio Refini, 40: 3 (2020), 400-418.

“Cartographic Translation: Reframing Leonardo Bruni’s De interpretatione recta (1424),” I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance 20: 1 (2017), 1-25.

“Syphilologies: Fracastoro’s Cure and the Creation of Immunopoetics,” Comparative Literature 68:1 (2016), 1-17.

III. b) Recent Book Chapters

“Surface Matters: Female Allegories and the Emergence of Continental Thinking from Martin Waldseemüller’s America (1507) to Luís de Camões’s The Lusíads (1572),” in Feminism as World Literature, ed. Robin Goodman (New York et al.: Bloomsbury, 2021). Forthcoming September.

“Cartographic Manipulations. Framing the Centre of Europe in ca. 1500,” in Contesting Europe: Comparative Perspectives on Early Modern Discourses of Europe (15th–18th Century), eds. Nicolas Detering, Clementina Marsico, and Isabella Walser-Bürgler (Leiden: Brill Publisher, 2019), 149-173.

“Sincerity, Sterility, Scandal: Eroticizing Diplomacy in Early Seventeenth-Century Opera Librettos at the French Embassy in Rome,” in Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World c.1410-1800, eds. Tracey Sowerby and Jan Hannings (London: Routledge, Research in Early Modern History Series), 2017, 114-129.

Since 2015

  • Villa I Tatti, Jean-François Malle Fellow, Florence, Italy, AY 2021-22
  • Council For European Studies (CES), Columbia University, Small event grant, “Critical Cartographies: An Inquiry into the Making of Europe,” Nov. 2020 (Zoom)
  • Villa I Tatti, Jean-François Malle Fellow, Florence, Italy, AY 2020-21 (declined)
  • Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Exploratory Seminar Grant (with Kate van Orden and Sylvaine Guyot), February 2021
  • Universität Konstanz, Germany, Visiting Professor/Inaugural Fellow, Europa-Forschungszentrum, June-July 2019
  • Provostial Fund for the Arts and Humanities, Harvard University, April 2019
  • Schofield Publication Fund, Harvard Studies in Comp. Lit., February 2019
  • Davis Center, Harvard University, Research  Grant, January 2019
  • Weatherhead Center for International Affairs (WCFIA), Harvard, Medium Faculty Conference Grant, “The Future of Geography” (with Tom Conley), November 2018
  • Anne and Jim Rothenberg Humanities Research Grant, Harvard, March 2018
  • Clark Research Award, Harvard University, June 2017
  • IFK (Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaften, Vienna, Austria), Research Fellow, Spring Semester 2017
  • Stanford Humanities Center, Distinguished Junior External Fellow, AY 2015-16
  • Huntington Library, Long-term fellowship, AY 2015-16 (declined)
  • Anne and Jim Rothenberg Fund for Humanities Research, Harvard, Sept. 2016
  • Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Exploratory Workshop Grant (with Tom Conley), March 2016
  • Junior Faculty Research Assistance Grant, GSAS, Harvard University, AY 2015-16
  • John F. Cogan Junior Faculty Leave Fellowship, Davis Center, Harvard, Fall 2015

Currently accepting graduate students for supervision.