2016 Graduate Student Travel Grant Recipients

Presenting at SCSC 2016, Bruges

Jennifer Binczewski (History, Washington State University) “Bestowed Upon God: The Movements of Catholic Children in Post-Reformation England and Beyond”

Helen Draper (Art History, Institute of Historical Research & Courtauld Institute) “Mary Beale & the scandalous Court of St James’s”

Savannah Jensen (English, Florida Gulf Coast University) Generation, Sterility, and Ghosts in Early Modern Ballads

Jessica Keene (History, Johns Hopkins) “Defining Whoredom: Rhetorics of Sexual Danger in English Reformation Texts

Penelope Meyers Usher (English, New York University) “London, Cannibal City”

Amelia Papworth (Italian, Cambridge University) “‘Do not blame me if I praise myself’: Laura Terracina in Her Own Defence”

Noa Yaari (History, York University) “Visual Literacy in History: Multiform Arguments in Historiography of Early Modern Europe”

Presenting at Textile Society of America Biennial Symposium

Lisa VandenBerghe (History, Concordia University) “Early Modern Needlework Pattern Books: Tracing the International Exchange of Design”

Presenting at RSA 2017 in a session sponsored by SSEMW

Katherine Walker (English, UNC, Chapel Hill) “Receipt Books and Domestic Drama: Experience and Diagnosis in the Early Modern Household”