Five Princeton University Press authors have been named 2021 Andrew Carnegie Fellows. Administered annually by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program supports humanities and social science scholarship that “addresses important and enduring issues confronting our society.” The 2021 Fellows who have published or have books under contract with Princeton University Press are:
Tanisha M. Fazal is professor of political science at the University of Minnesota and, with Princeton University Press, the author of State Death: The Politics and Geography of Conquest, Occupation, and Annexation (2007).
Christine Folch, assistant professor of cultural anthropology and assistant professor of environmental sciences and policy at Duke University, is the author of Hydropolitics: The Itaipu Dam, Sovereignty, and the Engineering of Modern South America (2019).
Shana Kushner Gadarian is associate professor of political science at the Maxwell School in Syracuse University, and with Sara Wallace Goodman and Thomas Pepinsky, the author of Pandemic Politics: How COVID-19 Revealed the Depths of American Polarization, which is under contract with Princeton University Press.
Jeanne-Marie Jackson is associate professor of English at Johns Hopkins University and the author, with Princeton University Press, of The African Novel of Ideas: Philosophy and Individualism in the Age of Global Writing (2021).
Gillen D’Arcy Wood is professor of environmental humanities and English at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where he serves as associate director of the Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and the Environment. He is the author of Tambora: The Eruption That Changed the World (2014) and Land of Wondrous Cold: The Race to Discover Antarctica and Unlock the Secrets of Its Ice (2020). His project The Recklessness of Beauty: The Lost Marine World of the HMS Challenger is under contract with Princeton University Press.