Henry Charles Lea Professor of History Ann Blair was named a Cabot Felllow for her book “Too Much to Know: Managing Scholarly Information Before the Modern Age.”

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Ten professors named Cabot Fellows

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Faculty honored for their excellent publications

Ten professors in Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) have been named Walter Channing Cabot Fellows. The 2011 honorees were awarded for their distinguished publications.

The 2011 honorees:

Henry Louis Gates Jr., Alphonse Fletcher University Professor, “Faces of America: How 12 Extraordinary Americans Reclaimed Their Pasts” and “Tradition and the Black Atlantic: Critical Theory in the African Diaspora”

Stephen Greenblatt, Cogan University Professor, “Shakespeare’s Freedom” and “Cultural Mobility: A Manifesto”

James Simpson, Donald P. and Katherine B. Loker Professor of English, “Under the Hammer: Iconoclasm in the Anglo-American Tradition”

Martin Puchner, professor of English and of comparative literature, “The Drama of Ideas: Platonic Provocations in Theater and Philosophy”

Stephen Mitchell, professor of Scandinavian and folklore, “Witchcraft and Magic in the Nordic Middle Ages”

James Kloppenberg, Charles Warren Professor of American History, “Reading Obama: Dreams, Hope, and the American Political Tradition”

Daniel Carpenter, Allie S. Freed Professor of Government, “Reputation and Power: Organizational Image and Pharmaceutical Regulation at the FDA”

Ann Blair, Henry Charles Lea Professor of History, “Too Much to Know: Managing Scholarly Information Before the Modern Age”

Martin Whyte, professor of sociology, “Myth of the Social Volcano: Perceptions of Inequality and Distributive Injustice in Contemporary China”

Hue-Tam Ho Tai, Kenneth T. Young Professor of Sino-Vietnamese History, “Passion, Betrayal, and Revolution in Colonial Saigon: The Memoirs of Bao Luong”