Idol Family Fellows Program
The McNulty Institute, in collaboration with the Villanova Institute for Research & Scholarship, is proud to announce the Idol Family Summer Fellows Program, an exciting new fellowship aimed to create innovative, scholarly collaborations that will advance gender equity and promote social change. The Program is designed to foster collaborative cross-disciplinary communities of scholars committed to the development and dissemination of scholarship that addresses the most pressing issues related to gender equity.
AY 2022 Idol Family Fellows:
Project Title: The ’Steenth Street Project: Recovering Alice Dunbar-Nelson’s Stories of Black Childhood.
ABD, English, University of Delaware; African American Public Humanities Initiative and Colored Conventions Project Fellow
Associate professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison; author, Relative Races: Genealogies of Interracial Kinship in Nineteenth-Century America (Duke University Press, 2020)
Luckow Family Endowed Chair of English Literature, Villanova University
Student Affiliate Fellows
Kashae Garland, (English and Criminology, ’22)
Cynthia Choo's (English and Humanities double major and Education minor, ’23)
Trinity Rogers, (Peace & Justice, ’24)
AY 2020-2021 Idol Family Fellows:
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science