Past Fellows & Artists-in-Residence

Curtis Gates Lloyd Fellows

M. Kat Anderson, Useful Plants of the American Indian and theImmigrant: Cross-Cultural Sharing of Ethnobotanical Legacies in Early Modern America

Abby Artemisia, Elizabeth Brockschlager Papers and the Edge of Appalachia

Heather Chacón, Health Movements: Medicine, Empire, and Commerce in 19th Century American Literature and Culture

Terri Chiao & Adam Frezza, Day Dreaming at the Lloyd

Rachel Craft , Unearthing the Roots of Modern American Medicinal Plant Use

Matthew Crawford, How Drugs Became Modern: A Survey of Botanical and Chemical Medicaments in Pharmacopoeias, 1600-1900.

Katherine Fiorelli, Medicine and the Great War: A Time of Radical Change?

Joanathan Frey & Ann Kell, Posters for Plant Blindness

Amy Welling Gregg, Nineteenth-Century American Medicine: The Implications of Professionalism, Capitalism, and Implicit Bias

Ken Henson, Emerald Tablet and Etidorhpa: The Definitive Edition

Cole Imperi, Rooted in Death, Growing in Grief

Susan Leopold, The History and Conservation of Parasitic Medicinal Plants

Alyncia Mason, Historical Ethnobotany of Samoa: Notes and Observations of Curtis Gates Lloyd

Melissa Morris, Cultivating Colonies: Tobacco and the Upstart Empires

Yvonne Gaspar Morriss, Never Has an Apple Looked So Old:  Orchard Science and Landscape Aesthetics in the work of Thomas Andrew and Richard Payne Knight

Alison Rae Smith, Wunderkammer

Amber Stucke, Rhizome State

Sasha White, Disjunct

Elissa Yancey, Natural Wonders: Pioneering Female Scientists of Cincinnati


Future Retrieval; Guy Michael Davis and Katie Parker, Leaves of Plates

Melissa Haviland, Flourish

Shae Warnick, Sentimental Science