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Fellowship Recipients

Current Countway Library Fellows
Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine Fellows

Current Countway Library Fellows


Todd Carmody (Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies)
"In Spite of Handicaps": Uplift and Rehabilitation in Postbellum America

Tabea Cornel (University of Pennsylvania)
Through the Brain into the Body: Handedness Research and the Problem of Sex/Gender, ca. 1860-2015

Lacey M. Guest (University of Oregon)
"Counselees are not Guinea Pigs": Marriage Education and the Marriage Counseling Debate, 1927-1959

David Korostyshevsky (University of Minnesota)
Before Addiction: Medical Knowledge and the Problem of Intoxication during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Christopher Willoughby (Tulane University)
Pedagogies of the Black Body: Racial Science and Slavery in American Medical Schools, 1765-1861


Download a list of former Countway Fellows here.

Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine Fellow



Kate Grauvogel (University of Indiana-Bloomington)
“A Gendered History of Pathology: Blood Clots, Women, and Hormones in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries” 

Download a list of formerFoundation fellows here.