at the university of rochester
Legacy Fellows
Chris Patrello

Chris Patrello

Education: BA, College of Wooster, Art History, 2008; MA, Brandeis University, Cultural Production, 2010. Bio: Chris Patrello is a fourth-year PhD student in the Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester. His primary research interests focus on issues of materiality and exchange along the Northwest Coast of Canada and the United States...
Eitan Freedenberg

Eitan Freedenberg

Education: BA, Philosophy, University of Maryland, 2009; Certificate, LGBT Studies, University of Maryland, 2009 Bio: Eitan Freedenberg is a fourth-year PhD student in the Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies and a 2014 – 2016 Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Digital Humanities. Eitan is also a curatorial assistant at the Buffalo Architecture Center, where he is developing a...
Eric Loy

Eric Loy

Education: MA, Creighton University, 2012 BA, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2010 Biography: Eric C. Loy is a third-year PhD student in the Department of English and a 2014-2016 Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Digital Humanities. Motivated by questions of narrative, textuality, and the archive, Eric is currently preparing for field exams, pursing a line...
Serenity Sutherland

Serenity Sutherland

  Education: BS, Environmental Management & Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, 2010; BA, History & English, Creative Writing, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY, 2006, Graduate Certificate in Women & Gender Studies, Susan B. Anthony Institute for Women & Gender, University of Rochester, 2014 Bio: Serenity Sutherland is currently a sixth-year History PhD student writing...
Tracy Stuber

Tracy Stuber

PhD Student, Visual and Cultural Studies tracy.stuber@rochester.edu Education: BA, Binghamton University, Art History and German Studies, 2011 Biography: Tracy Stuber is a fifth-year Ph.D student in the Visual and Cultural Studies program and an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Digital Humanities. Her graduate work on modern and contemporary photography examines the locus of activities, attitudes, and...
S. Alana Wolf-Johnson

S. Alana Wolf-Johnson

Education: BA, Art; Art History Concentration, Georgia State University, 2011 Bio: Alana Wolf-Johnson is a fourth-year PhD student of Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester. Driven by her interest in sonic representations of space, her dissertation examines the aural mobilities and mediations of the built environment in twentieth- and twenty-first century works of...
Nathanael Smith

Nathanael Smith

Education: BA in Biblical Studies, Grace College; MPhil in Philosophical Theology, University of Oxford; MA in Philosophy, Western Michigan University. Nathanael Smith is a Philosophy PhD student in his fourth year. He is a Slattery Fellow and an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in the Digital Humanities at the University of Rochester. His graduate work focuses...
Alison Harper

Alison Harper

Education: BA, English, Oxford University; MA, Medieval Literature, University of York. Bio: Currently in her 5th year of an English PhD, and beginning to write the dissertation. Her particular research interests are late medieval popular literature in England, and reading practices during the late 15th-early 16th century period of mixed media manuscript and print production. The dissertation...