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New Fellows 2018–19

The scholars who will join the Academy in 2018–19 bring projects in architectural preservation, neuroscience, art, history and pre-history, philosophy, and many other fields.

Fall 2018 
Sahar Basil Mahmood Al-Qaisi ◊Weinberg Fellow in architectural history and preservation◊
Koya University
Keeping memory: vernacular architecture in Iraqi Kurdistan

Marco Simone Bolzoni
The Morgan Library & Museum
Cultural differences in the eyes of a 16th-century draftsman: Federico Zuccaro’s travel sketchbooks and drawings

Barbara Carnevali
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)
Subway design: Modernism from Milan to New York (1964–1972)

Sheila Crane ◊Weinberg Fellow in architectural history and preservation◊
University of Virginia
Rethinking preservation in an era of planetary urbanization: the shantytown and intangible heritage across the Mediterranean

Klaus Krüger
Freie Universität Berlin
Imagining the public: Image policy and its aesthetic foundations in late medieval and early modern Italy

Helmut Martin Leder
University of Vienna
Psychology of the arts in the humanities, the cognitive sciences and the neurosciences

Guido Mazzoni
Università di Siena
Knowledge of the individual in the novel and the human sciences

Tanja Dorothea Michalsky
Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max-Planck-Institut für Kunstgeschichte
Naples vertical: "deep holes" in a porous city

Eric Olivier Michaud
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)
Art as an adaptation technique (France, Germany, Italy, 1890–1940)

Maria Stavrinaki
Université Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne
The art and time of prehistory: a modern story

Spring 2019 
Marco Cambiaghi ◊Bodini Fellow in adolescent psychiatry◊
Università di Torino
Prenatal stress effects on the brain's emotional circuits in juvenile depression

Maria Adele Carrai
European University Institute
Self-orientalism and the reforms of the criminal justice system in Republican China

Roberto Casati
École Normale Supérieure; École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)
Heterogeneous cognition: how cognitive artifacts shape the mind

Corinne Doria
Université Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne
Support for disabled war veterans in Italy: preserving the heritage of remembrance

Silvia Daniela Inaudi
Università di Torino
Highlighting child poverty: within and beyond Italy's Parliamentary Inquiry on Misery in the 1950s

Ruth W. Lo
Brown University
Feeding Rome: food, architecture, and urbanism during Fascism

Maurizio Peleggi ◊Weinberg Fellow in architectural history and preservation◊
National University of Singapore
When shrines grow tired: caring for cultural artifacts in the premodern world

Lucia Piccioni
Académie de France à Rome - Villa Médicis
Arte Povera and Transavantgarde: a quest for identity between nature and culture

Brigitte Sölch ◊Weinberg Fellow in architectural history and preservation◊
Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut
Struggle for democracy or culture of dominance? The agora in the transatlantic architectural discourse of the early postwar period