John Lantz Senior Fellowships for Research or Advanced Study provide funds to extend regularly-scheduled sabbatical leaves to a full academic year at full pay. Recipients whose research or study interests require extensive travel or other unusual costs may elect to receive funds up to $15,000 in lieu of the leave extension.
2010 Lantz Senior Sabbatical Recipients
Professor, Math and Computer Science
"Adding Sprice to Algebraic Graph Theory with Sage"
"Remembering May 1970: Kent State, Augusta, and Jackson State" and
"Black Power and Antiwar Activism at Historically Black Colleges and Universities"
"From Founding Father to Ancestral Curse: The Reception of B.L. Gildersleeve in U.S. Classical Studies"
"The Beastly Practices of the Mad Bacchanalians: Classical Negotiations in Early New England"
"Euripedes, Orestes, Aeschylus, Oresteia, and the Stasis of 411"
Professor, Foreign Languages and Literature
"What Matters are Loose Ends" and "Reading Lope de Vega in the Twenty-First Century"
"Peasant Coffee Producers and Sustainable Livelihoods in Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Rwanda"
2010 Lantz Junior Sabbatical Recipients
Assistant Professor, History
"A Question of Intent; Homicide Law in Qing and Republican China"
Assistant Professor, Philosophy
"Normativism and Physicalism"