Gloeckner Fellowship
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Past Fellows
Past Fellows

Gloeckner Fellow

Kelly O'Donnell, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor, Jefferson University; Mrs. M.D.: The Doctor’s Wife in American History

Legacy Center / Library Company Fellow
Jessica Dandona
, Associate Professor, Department of Liberal Arts, Minneapolis College of Art and Design; The Transparent Woman: Medical Visualities in Fin-de-Siècle Europe and the United States, 1890–1900.

Gloeckner Fellow
Margaret Vigil-Fowler, Ph.D. candidate, History of Health Sciences, University of California, San Francisco; African American Students at the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania

Legacy Center / Library Company Fellow
Lindsey Grubbs, Ph.D. candidate; Fictional Illnesses: The Politics and Poetics of Diagnosis in Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Medicine.

Brandon Zimmerman, M.A., University of Rochester and George Eastman House; Monochromatic Cadavers: Cyanotype Dissection Photographs and Amateur Photography at the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania at the Turn of the Century

Emily Seitz, Ph.D. candidate, History and Women’s Studies, Pennsylvania State University; What About the Mother?: A Medical History of the Fetus in America, 1850-1930

Eva Payne,
Ph.D. candidate, American Studies, Harvard University; Purifying the World: Americans and International Sexual Reform, 1865-1935

Ashok Kumar Mocherla, Ph.D.
, Chair, Assistant Professor, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Insitute of Technology, Mandi, India; Medicine for Bodies, Gospel for Souls: A Social History of Dr. Anna Sarah Kugler’s Work in Guntur, South India

Carrie Adkins,
Ph.D. candidate and teaching fellow, Department of History, University of Oregon; Women and the Transformation of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1870-1920

Pavithra Jaisankar,
BA Candidate, Public Health, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania; “What (more) can the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania do for India?”: Locating the Ambitions and Missions of Philadelphia’s Early Female Physicians

Virginia (Ginny) Metaxas, Ph.D.
, Professor, History/Women's Studies, Southern Connecticut State University. Using the Records of the American Women's Hospitals (AWH), one product of Dr. Metaxas's work is an article on the AWH use of field information to publicize and raise funds for their ongoing work. Working with the Sources:The American Women's Hospitals in the Near East

Meghan Crnic, Ph.D. candidate, Department of History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania; Children and the Sea: Environmental Understandings of Health and Disease, 1870-1930

Yvonne McEwen, Professor, Center for the Studies of the Two World Wars, University of Edinburgh; The  American Women’s Hospitals in the Two World Wars

Kerstin Bornholdt, of the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History at the University of Oslo, Norway. Ms. Bornholdt's fellowship resulted in an initial publication titled Medical Women's International Association -- a space for generating international knowledge and an international medical identity? (pdf file)

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