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NULab Alum Molly Nebiolo Awarded American Philosophical Society Predoctoral Fellowship

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The NULab would like to congratulate Molly Nebiolo, fourth-year PhD candidate in History at Northeastern, for recently being awarded the 2021-2022 Friends of the American Philosophical Society Predoctoral Fellowship in Early American History (to 1840) at the American Philosophical Society. Nebiolo is a former NULab Fellow and recipient of a NULab seedling grant.

The predoctoral fellowship will also be connected to the McNeil Center for Early American Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Nebiolo was previously the American Philosophical Society’s 2020 Experiential Fellow at their Center for Digital Scholarship, and in that role she produced two datasets: one documenting the “quit rents” that William Penn demanded from farmers in colonial Philadelphia, and another based upon James Madison’s meteorological diary. As a prolific digital humanist, Nebiolo has also written for the NULab about “Tackling 3D Modeling in the context of ‘Visualizing Colonial Philadelphia.'”

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