Travel and Research Grants
Mark C. Stevens Fellowship & Bordin/Gillette Fellowship
* Bordin/Gillette Researcher Travel Fellowship
# Mark C. Stevens Researcher Travel Fellowship
+ University of Michigan dissertation awards
MARCH 2014*JOHN BELL, Harvard University
- “A College Upon a Hill: Campuses of American Social Reform, 1830-1880”
*PATRICK D. BOWEN, University of Denver-Iliff School of Theology
- “A History of Conversion to Islam in the United States”
*YASMEEN HANOOSH, Portland State University
- “The Politics of Minority: Chaldeans between Iraq and America”
*KAREN MILLER, LaGuardia Community College
- “A Biography of US Colonialism: James Fugate in the Philippines”
*JASON PARKER, Texas A & M University
- “The Contest: Hearts, Minds, U.S. Public Diplomacy and the Creation of the ‘Third World’”
*KURT PIEHLER, Florida State University
- “A Religious History of the American GI in World War II”
*KRISTOFFER SMEMO, University of California Santa Barbara
- “New Deal-ized Republicans: Labor, Civil Rights, and the Remaking of American Liberalism, 1935-1973”
*DEVON STILLWELL, Johns Hopkins University
- “’The Dread of a Terrible Disease:’ A History of Huntington’s Disease, Cancer, and Genetic Counseling for Adult-Onset Conditions in the United States, 1930-2000”
*ROBERT BENJAMIN TOBIN, Oriel College, University of Oxford
- “From Princes to Prophets: Identity and Activism in the Episcopal Church, 1945-79”
*ADAM TURNER, University of Oregon
- “Genetic Decisions: Reproductive Decision-Making, Genetic Counseling, and Disability in America, 1940-1980”
OCTOBER 2013*HEATHER DICHTER, Ithaca College
- "Bidding for the 1968 Olympic Games: International Sport's Cold War Battle with NATOâ
*GREGG FRENCH, University of Western Ontario
- "An 'Instinctive Mutual Attraction:' American Perceptions of Spain and the Spanish Empire in the Long Nineteenth-Century, 1776-1914"
*ELISABETH RITACCA, Independent Scholar
- "'Public Disgrace:' Women's Prisons in Indiana and Michigan, 1917-1986"
*GREGORY WIGMORE, Independent Scholar
- "The Limits of Empire: Allegiance, Opportunity, and Imperial Rivalry in the Canadian-American Borderland"
*HEIDI MORSE, University of California, Santa Cruz "Minding 'Our Cicero:' Nineteenth-Century African American Women's Rhetoric and the Classical Tradition"
MARCH 2013+MICHAEL ABRAHAMSON, U-M A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
- "Projecting an Equal Future: Gunnar Birkerts and Tougaloo College, 1964-1974"
*JEFF BLOODWORTH, Gannon University
- "Heartland Liberal: The Life and Times of Speaker Carl Albert"
*JESSICA BURCH, Vanderbilt University
- "'Soap and Hope': Culture, Capitalism, and Direct Sales in post-WWII America"
+MICHELLE CASSIDY, U-M Department of History
- "'Both the Honor and the Profit': Anishinaabe Encounters with Settler Colonialism from the War of 1812 to the Civil War"
*SIMONE DIENDER, Brandeis University
- "The Private Citizen: Expert Power and the Obligations of Work, Prayer, and Parenthood, 1924-1970"
+AUSTIN MCCOY, U-M Department of History
- "Left City Politics: Urban Populism and the Economic Crisis of the Midwest, 1966-1987"
*JESSICA NICKRAND, University of Minnesota
- "Health in the Model City: The Social Costs of Deindustrialization in Detroit, 1946-1993"
*JONNA PERRILLO, University of Texas at El Paso
- "Teachers of Action: Teachers and the Production of Education Research"
OCTOBER 2012*COLIN EAGER, University at Buffalo The State University of New York
- "Mothers, Children, and Alcohol in Reagan's America"
#ASHLEY JOHNSON, Northwestern University
- "Underground Detroit: Illegal Europeans, nativism and the Rise of Restrictions in America's Motor City, 1924-1940"
*SHEA RAMQUIST, University of Notre Dame
- "The Highest Learning in America: the Origins of the American Ph.D."
*CURTIS SANDBERG, University of Kentucky
- "The Genesis of the First Generation College Student Concept and the 1980 Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act"
#CARLA YANNI, Rutgers University
- "Live and Learn: The Architectural and Social History of Dormitories and Residence Halls"
MARCH 2012+ MATTHEW W. BLANTON, University of Michigan
- "Leveling the Playing Field? College Football and Making Hierarchy in the Progressive Era United States"
# RUSSELL M. FEHR, University of California, Riverside
- "Anxious Electorate: Urban Politics in Mid-1920s America"
# LAURA GIFFORD, George Fox University
- The Third Force: Tom McCall and the Quest for a Post-Partisan America"
+ NICOLE GREER, University of Michigan
- "We Are Going to Make Better Men for Future Generations: Gender, Ethnicity, and Power in Movements to Americanize the Immigrant, 1910-1935"
* SARAH HINDERLITER, Buffalo State College
- "An International Alliance of 'Colored Humanity': Robert Williams in Asia"
* PATRICK KIRKWOOD, Central Michigan University
- "An 'Administrative Race'? Anglo Saxonism and Imperial Administrative Networks in the Philippines and Southern Africa, 1900-1921"
* ALAN R. LIBERT, University of New Castle, Australia
- "Toponyms and Anthroponyms in Michigan's Food"
+ JOSHUA MOUND, University of Michigan,
- "Inflated Hopes, Taxing Times: The Politics of Economic Crisis in the Long 1970s"
OCTOBER 2011* MICHAEL BRENES, City University of New York
- "For Right and Might: The Cold War and the Making of Big-Government Conservatism"
* JOSHUA FLEER, Florida State University
- "Prophetic Gospels and Pepper Games: Bodily Motility and Knowledge in the House of David and Mary's City of David"
* JOHN S. GILKESON, Arizona State University West
- "Cultural History Before the Cultural and Historical Turns"
# ALLAN LUMBA, University of Washington
- "Histories of Money in the Philippines: From Colonial Currencies to National Sovereignty, 1892-1941"
* RACHEL PIERCE, University of Virginia
- Capitol Feminism: Work, Politics and Gender in Congress, 1960-1980"
# BRANDON WARD, Purdue University
- "Detroit Wild: Race, Labor and the Origins of Environmental Justice, 1945-1980"
# TESSA WINKELMANN, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- "Uneasy Intimacies: Race, Gender and Interracial RElations in the Colonial Philippines, 1898-1930"
MARCH 2011# ADAM PARSONS, Syracuse University
- "The Heaviest Lifestyle: Everyday Radicalism and Evangelical Society, 1965-1990"
* PEDER ROBERTS, University of Strasbourg
- "William H. Hobbs: Scientist and Polemicist"
* NORA SALAS, Michigan State University
- "Aztlan as Anti-Colonial vision: Chicana Interventions in the Racialization and Gendering of La Raza in Michigan, 1969-1981."
# GUILLAUME TEASDALE, University of Ottawa
- "Beyond Orchard Country: The French in Michigan Territory, 1818-1837"
OCTOBER 2010* JANA CEPHAS, Harvard University
- "Beyond the Factory Gates: Detroit and the Aesthetics of Fordism, 1914-1941"
* JULIEN COMTE, University of Pittsburgh
- "Atlantic Crisscrossings: Syphilis in New York City and Buenos Aires"
# PHILIPPE FONTAINE, École normale supérieure de Cachan
- "Cross-disciplinary Research Ventures in Postwar American Social Science"
* GILLIAN FRANK, Rowan University
- "Save Our Children: Sexual Politics and Cultural Conservatism in the United States, 1965-1990"
* MAITA ABOLA SAYO, York University
- "Images of the Primitive in Early Modernity: The Filipinas That Never Was"
MARCH 2010# CLARA ALTMAN, Brandeis University
- "Courting Colonial Rule: Legal Administration and U.S. Colonial State-Building in the Philippines, 1898-1935"
* SAMUEL ZEBULON BAKER, Georgia Southern University
- "Fields of Contest: Race, Region and College Football in the U.S. South, 1945-1975"
# JONATHAN HAGOOD, Hope College
- "The Historical Development of the Organization for Tropical Field Research Stations"
# MATTHEW PEHL, Augustana College
- "Power in the Blood: Class, Culture and Christianity in Industrial Detroit, 1914-1969"
* TIMOTHY RETZLOFF, Yale University
- "Suburb, City and the Changing Bounds of Lesbian and Gay Life in Metropolitan Detroit, 1945-1985"
# KRISTOPHER A. TETERS, University of Alabama
- "Freeing the Slaves: An Examination of Emancipation Military Policy and the Attitudes of Union Officers in the Western Theater during the Civil War"
* CHRISTINE WOOD, Northwestern University
- "Knowledge Practices, Institutional Strategies, and External Influences in the Making of an Interdisciplinary Field: Comparative Case Studies of Women's and Gender Studies Programs"
OCTOBER 2009* CARLETON S. GHOLZ, University of Pittsburgh
- "Start Dancing! Communicative Spark and Sustainability in Post-Motown Detroit Music"
# BENJAMIN A. JOHNSON, Ohio State University
- "Turning Point in Endowment Building: A Comparison among Ohio State University, University of Michigan, and Harvard University in the 1920s and 1930s"
* HOLLY M. KARIBO, University of Toronto
- "Ambassadors of Pleasure: Illicit Economies of the Detroit-Windsor Borderland, 1920-1960"
# NADIA LEWIS, University of Toronto
- "Requiem for Iraq: Religion, Remembrance and the Role of Women in the Iraqi Diaspora in Toronto and Detroit, 1980 to 2007"
# TIMOTHY MARR, University of North Carolina
- "American-Moro Encounters in the Muslim Philippines, 1898-1946"
* NICHOLAS TRAJANO MOLNAR, Rutgers University
- "The Fluidity of Race: Shifting Racializations of American and Filipino Populations in the Philippines and the United States throughout the 20th Century"
MARCH 2009# NICHOLAS BAUCH, UCLA
- "A Geography of Digestion: The Kellogg Cereal Enterprise and the Making of the Modern Stomach, 1890-1900"
# BERNADETTE CHERYL BEREDO, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
- "Import of the Archive: A History of American Colonial Bureaucracy, 1898-1921"
# IAN DOWBIGGIN, University of Prince Edward Island
- "A National Concern: Emily Mudd, Raymond Waggoner, Masters and Johnson and the Rise of Marriage Counseling in Modern America"
* MICHAEL HEVEL, University of Iowa
- "Betwixt Brewings": A History of College Students' Alcohol Use"
* JAMES BURNHAM SEDGWICK, University of British Columbia
- "The Trial Within: Negotiating Justice at the International Tribunal for
the Far East, 1946-1948"
* MATTHEW SMITH, Syracuse University
- "Dialogue of Empire: The Redevelopment of an American Imperial Strategic
Culture in the Philippines, 1920-1932"
* DAMON YARNELL, University of Pennsylvania "
- Motor City: Ford, Detroit and the Politics of Mass Production"
OCTOBER 2008# ALISON FISHER, Northwestern University
- "Experimental Collectivity: Housing, Technology and Architectural Research, 1954-1978"
# JACOB HALL, University of Iowa
- "Social Welfare Policy and Capital Mobility in Detroit, 1870-1932"
* ANNA KURHAJEC, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- "Radical Departures: Heteronormativity and Radicalism among Activists in the United States During and After the Sixites"
# BENJAMIN SECUNDA, University of Notre Dame
- "Study of Removal Period Potawatomi Village Sites and Changing Life Ways in Michigan, 1795-1860"
* KRISTEN SHEDD, University of California, Santa Barbara
- "Religion, Communism and the Religiously Unorthodox in Cold War America"
* VERNON TOTANES, University of Toronto
- "The History of Philippine History Books By Americans"
* ANDREA TURPIN, University of Notre Dame
- "Gender and Religion in the American Academy, 1837-1910"
MARCH 2008# MICHAEL LES BENEDICT, The Ohio State University
- "The Favored Hour: Constitutional Politics, Citizenship and Rights, 1865-1900. "
# DENISE DEGARMO, Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
- "U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey: The Discovery of 100 Surveys. "
* SARAH K. FROHARDT-LANE, University of Illinois
- "Gathering Around in the Motor City: Race, Mobility and Environment in Postwar Detroit"
* SUSAN GOODIER, SUNY Institute of Technology
- "One Small Green Leaf': Women's Peace Activism during World War I"
* KENT KLEINMAN, Parsons, The New School
- "The Photograph Albums of Albert Kahn"
# RACHEL A. SHAPIRO, University of Virginia
- "Washington Brotherhood: Friendship and Politics in the Civil War Era"
* ANDREA L. TURPIN, University of Notre Dame
- "Gender and Religion in the American Academy, 1837-1910"
OCTOBER 2007*DANIELLE BATTISTI, University of Buffalo
- "Manipulating Immigration Restriction in Post War America: Italian Americans
and Italian Immigration, 1945-1965"
#NATHANIEL COMFORT, Johns Hopkins University
- "History of Human Genetics"
#MARCIANO R. DE BORJA, Embassy of the Philippines in Madrid, Spain
- "The State Department Boys and the American Heritage in the Philippine
#CHRISTIAN McWHIRTER, University of Alabama
- "Music and the American Civil War"
*JULIE MUJIC, Kent State University
- "Between Campus and War: Understanding Responses to the Civil War at the University of Michigan, Indiana University and the University of Wisconsin"
*MARIA ELENA P. RIVERA-BECKSTROM, New School for Social Research
- "The United States and the Philippines: Colonial and Postcolonial Politics in the Philippine Constitution Making"
MARCH 2007*JAMES BERKEY, Indiana University
- "Itineraries of Empire: The Everyday Lives and Narratives of U.S. Agents
#JOHN DIMOIA, Princeton University
- "Atoms for Sale? Teaching the Atom in South Korea, 1955-1959"
*DONNA DRUCKER, Indiana University
- "The Intellectual Life of Alfred Kinsey"
*REBECCA J. KINNEY, Univ. of California, San Diego
- "ReMapping Detroit, Encircling Nation"
#MICHELLE KLEEHAMMER, University of Illinois
- "Chasing the Climate Cure in the American West: Geographies of Health &
Nation in late 19th and early 20th Century American Culture"
#DAWN OTTEVAERE NICKESON, Michigan State University
- "The Cost is Sworn to by Women: Counterinsurgency, American Party Politics, and International Relations from the Philippine War to the Philippine Independence Act, 1899-1935"
*MARTIN JOSPEH PONCE, Ohio State University
- "Beyond the Nation: Diasporic Filipino Literature and Queer Critique"
#ETHAN SHRUM, University of Pennsylvania
- "Planning an Affluent Democracy: Universities and the American Polity,
OCTOBER 2006*PATRICK BOTTIGER, University of Oklahoma
- "Vincennes and Prophetstown: Identity and Racial Connections between
American Indians and EuroAmericans, 1800-1825"
*THOMAS FORD, Harvard University
- "Crimes of Removal: Baw Beese and the Destruction of Squawfield"
#TIMOTHY GALOW, University of North Carolina
- "The Hemingway-Fitzgerald Years: Esquire, Celebrity and the Construction
of a Modern Male Consumer"
#LAWRENCE HATTER, University of Virginia
- "Firm Boundaries: The Indian Trade, State Formation, and the Settlement
of the Anglo-American Borderland, 1783-1817"
*SHIRINE REPUCCI, National Coalition of Independent Scholars
- "The Internet's Beginnings and the Incipiency Stage of a Social Movement"
*KIMBERLY VOSS, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
- "Roberta Applegate: A Groundbreaking Woman Journalist"
#CHANG-YI YIN, Chinese Culture University (Taiwan)
- "Taiwan (Formosa) in the Eyes of Professor Joseph Beal Steere in the late
MARCH 2006#DENISE DEGARMO, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
- "From Nuclear War to Nuclear Peace: The University of Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project"
*JOHN GILKESON Arizona State University West
- "Place Matters: Regionalism in Twentieth Century American Thought"
#BRIAN KENNEDY, The Ohio State University
- "A Divisive Decade: How Foreign Events and Cultural Conflicts Divided Americans During the 1930s."
*WILLIAM LEBOVICH, Independent Scholar
- "Shared Sacred Spaces: Albert Kahn, Pre-eminent American Architect"
#CLEMENT LEVALLOIS, Universite-Lyon 2, France
- "Kenneth Boulding and the Pre-history of Ecological Economics, 1928-1956"
*HYUNG WOOK PARK, University of Minnesota
- "Nathan W. Shock and the Establishment of Gerontology in the United States, 1930-1958"
#JUNE PARK, University of Pittsburgh
- "Regulating Layoffs: The Case of U.S. Plant Closing Legislation"
#JASON PETRULIS, Columbia University
- "Marketing Politics in America, 1932-1948"
#JOHN QUIST, Shippensburg University
- "Michigan and the Civil War Era: A Documentary History"
*CYNTHIA STAVRIANOS, University of California at Santa Barbara
- "The Politics of Motherhood: Maternal Frames in Women's Political Action"
*THERESA VENTURA, Columbia University
- "Empire for Reform: American Imperialism and Progressivism in the Philippines, 1898-1934"
#R. BRYAN BADEMAN, Sacred Heart University
- "Uplifting the World: Religious Culture, Liberal Ideals, and the American Nation, 1865-1920"
- "Sentimental Imperialist: Ethel Thomas Herold and the Philippines"
#DEAN J. KOTLOWSKI, Indiana University
- "Heir Apparent: Paul V. McNutt and the Age of F.D.R."
*MAIRI MACDONALD, University of Toronto
- "The Challenge of Guinean Independence, 1958-1972"
MARCH 2005#PAUL FINKELMAN, University of Tulsa College of Law
- Implementing the Ordinance: Slavery, Race and Equality in the
*ROBERT L. A. HANCOCK, University of Victoria (Canada)
Anthropology is a Moral Science: Radicals, Reactionaries, and the
'Reinvention' of Anthropology, 1965-1975"
#NINA REID-MARONEY, University of Windsor (Canada)
- Higher Ground: The Life of Reverend Jennie Johnson, 1868-1967"
*MARIA TERESA TOMAS RANGIL, University of Paris (France)
"Economic Theory of Conflict Resolution at the University of Michigan, 1959-1971"
#DANA WEINER, Northwestern University
"Racial Radicals, Principles Enacted: The Struggle Against Inequality,
Prejudice, and Slavery, 1830-1861"
#NANCY BECK YOUNG, McKendree College
"The Politics of War: Congress, World War II, and the Modernization of American Governance"
*JU ZHANG, Brandeis University
"A Black Radical in Red China: Robert F. Williams' Encounter with China"
OCTOBER 2004*YAEL EPSTEIN, Michigan State University
- "The Jewish Refugee Chemists from the Nazi Regime in the United States: Scientific Achievements, Adjustments and Jewish Identities"
*ANDREA ESTEPA, Rutgers University
- "Taking the White Gloves Off: Women Strike for Peace and the Transformation of
Women's Activist Identities in the U.S., 1961-2000"
#BRIAN M. INGRASSIA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne
"A Department of the Modern University: Football, Discipline and Manliness in
American Colleges, 1869-1929"
#WILLIAM J. PEACE, Independent Scholar (New York)
"James Griffin and the Development of Archaeology at the University of Michigan"
#HEATHER MUNRO PRESCOTT Central Connecticut State University
"Student Bodies: The History of College and University Health"
MARCH 2004*SUSAN BRAGG, University of Washington
"Marketing the 'Modern Negro': Race, Gender and NAACP Activism, 1909-1945"
*JENNIFER CRETS, Saint Louis University
"An Annotated Reprint Edition of Olive San Louie Anderson's An American Girl, and Her Four Years at a Boy's College"
#PHILIPPE FONTAINE, London School of Economics (U.K.)
"Stabilizing American Society: Kenneth Boulding and the Integration of Social Science, 1956-1980"
#JOSEPH JONES, Michigan State University
"The Making of a National Forest: The Contest over the Michigan Cutover, 1890-1946"
#DEBIAN MARTY, California State University, Monterey Bay
"The Kentucky Raid: Lessons Learned From Practical Abolitionism"
#CHRISTOPEHR MORRISON, Georgetown University
"Embracing a World of Empires: The American-Philippine Colonial State and its
Interactions with the Empires of Other Nations, 1898-1920"
*TERRIANNE SCHULTE, SUNY at Buffalo
"Grassroots at the Water's Edge: Women's Environmental Activism in the
Great Lakes, 1950-1980"
*STEFANIE SEEH, University of Cologne (Germany)
"Change and Continuity in the Protest Politics of African-American Churches
in Detroit, Michigan, 1930-1967"
*SHERYL JAMES VIGMOSTAD, Independent Scholar (Michigan)
"Martha Griffiths: A Biography"
OCTOBER 2003*KENNETH CARPENTER, Harvard University
"A History of Learned Libraries in the United States"
*JOHN PAULY, Saint Louis University
- "Esquire Magazine's Role in the New Journalism"
*KIM PHILLIPS-FEIN, Columbia University
"The Roots of Reganism: Business Activism in the Liberal Age"
#SILVANA SIDDALI, Saint Louis University
"Antebellum State Constitutions in the Old Northwest"
#MARC VANOVERBEKE, University of Wisconsin
"Climbing the Ladder: The Evolving Relationship between Secondary and Higher Education,
MARCH 2003#JANE AIKEN, Library of Congress
"Collecting the World: American Research Libraries in the Cold War Era"
*SHARAN DANIEL, Stanford University
"Fred Newton Scott and Thomas Clarkson Trueblood: A Case Study in Disciplinary Relations Between Composition and Speech Rhetoric"
*KENT KLEINMAN, SUNY at Buffalo
"William Muschenheim: American Architectural Modernism"
#MICHAEL MEZZANO, Boston College
"The Problem of Restriction in American Immigration: Italians and the Discourse
#TERRY REYNOLDS, Michigan Technological University
"Michigan's Iron: A History of the Iron Ore Mining Industry of Michigan and its Role in
Shaping the Upper Peninsula"
OCTOBER 2002#DIMITRY ANASTAKIS, Michigan State University/Wayne State University
"Auto Continent: Consolidating the Borderless North American Auto Industry, 1971-2001"
#GREGORY BOND , University of Wisconsin
"Jim Crow in the Ivory Tower: Changing Attitudes About Integrated Athletics at the University of Michigan"
*TANFER EMIN-TUNC, SUNY at Stony Brook
"American Physicians and Abortion Techniques, 1850-1980"
#STEPHEN MULCHER , University of Michigan
"From the Education of Teachers to Teacher Education: Preparation of Instructors for Michigan Secondary Schools, 1880-1930"
*KAROLYN SMARDZ, University of Waterloo (Canada)
"Rolling that Stone Away: Anti-Slavery in the Lives of Thornton and Lucie Blackburn"
*PAUL TEED, Saginaw Valley State University
"Peace, Unity and Progress: Jabez T. Sunderland and the American Response to India, 1890-1936"
MARCH 2002*LISA ANDERSEN , University of Chicago
"Social Thought in the Temperance Era, 1873-1933"
#JOSEPH BONICA, Rutgers University
"The Politics of Private Experience: School, Administration and Citizenship in 19th America"
*SUSIE J. LEE Cornell University
"Mapping Associations: U.S. Diplomatic Policy on East Asia and Domestic Race Relations, 1917-1937"
*LISA S. MASTRANGELO, The College of St. Elizabeth
"The Training of a Lifetime: Progressive Era Women in the University of Michigan's Graduate Programs in English"
#KENT McCONNELL, University of Virginia
"'There Must be Tears in the Houses': A Search for Religious Meaning from the Carnage of the American Civil War""
*WILLIAM MULLEN, University of Texas, San Antonio
"Robert F. Williams, Detroit and the World Black Revolution"
*AARON SHAPIRO, University of Chicago
"The Metropolis' Nature - Playground of the Urban Midwest: Rural Tourism in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, 1910-1960:"
DAVID WITWER, Lycoming College
"Westbrook Pegler and the Anti-Union Movement"
OCTOBER 2001*STEFAN CIEPLY, University of Maryland
"The Lineaments of Personality: Esquire, the 'Well-Rounded Man' and the Vicissitudes of Masculinity, 1955-1965"
THOMAS J. NOER, Carthage College
"'Soapy": A Biography of G. Mennan Williams"
#FRANK SCHUMACHER, University of Erfurt
"Cultural Transfer and Empire? The United States and Great Britain in the Age of Imperialism, 1880-1920"
MARCH 2000*CHARLOTTE G. BORST, Saint Louis University
"Gender and Race in American Medical Education, 1915-1970"
*SUSAN E. GRAY, Arizona State University
"Voices in a Marriage: The Diaries of George and Avilla Smith, Missionaries to the Odawa Indians, 1830-1879"
#MARY E. MONTGOMERY, University of Maryland
"The Eyes of the World Were Watching: Ghana, Great Britain, and the United States, 1957-1966"
#YIBAO XU, City University of New York
"Concepts of Infinity in the History of Chinese Mathematics"
#GLENN ZUBER, Indiana University
"White Religion: War and Protestant Nationalisms, 1915-1930"
OCTOBER 1999#KEVIN BOYLE, University of Massachusetts
"The People v. Sweet: A Story of Race, Class and Murder in Jazz Age America"
#STEPHEN D. ENGLE, Florida Atlantic University
"Lincoln and the War Governors: Forging Civil and Military Authority in the Union"
*TIMOTHY HODGDON, Arizona State University
"Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: The Significance of Masculinity in the 1960s Counterculture"
MARCH 1999#KATHY J. COOKE, Quinnipiac College/Yale University
"History of Race Betterment and Eugenics in American History"
*NADAV DAVIDOVITCH, Tel-Aviv University/Harvard University
"The Institutional and the Marginal: A Study into the Development of Homeopathy as Opposed to Orthodox Medicine"
*KATHLEEN NORMAN, Claremont Graduate School
"Biologic Living: The Redemption of Women and America through Healthy Living, Dress and Eugenics"
#SARAH JO PETERSON, Yale University
"The Politics of Land Use and Housing in World War II Michigan: Building Bombers and Communities"
OCTOBER 1998#IAN K. LEKUS, Duke University
"Queer and Present Dangers: Homosexuality, Democratic Politics, and American Peace Activism, 1964-1975"
#NICK SALVATORE, Cornell University
"A Biography of Reverend Clarence L. Franklin"
*MEGAN TAYLOR SHOCKLEY, University of Arizona
"'We Will Not Be Denied:' African American Women's Class-Based Activism in Detroit, Richmond, and Norfolk, 1940-1954"
MARCH 1998*ANNA-LISA COX, University of Illinois
"The Open Door: Race, Community, and Identity in Nineteenth-Century Rural Michigan"
#MARTIN HERSHOCK, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
The Politics of Uncertainty: Capitalist Transformation, Sectionalism and Political Culture in the Old Northwest"
#ANDREW JOHNS, University of California, Santa Barbara
"The Republican Party and the 'Democrats War" in Vietnam, 1960-1969."
*JENNIFER McMAHON, City University of New York
"Imagined America: Self Examination, Self-Presentation and Re-Presentation of American Identity during the American Colonization of the Philippines"
DANIEL MOSES, University of Rochester
"Tom Sawyer Nation: Lewis Henry Morgan and the Discourse of Savagery"
*DOROTHY ROGERS, Institute for Human Sciences (Vienna, Austria)
"Women Idealists in America, 1860-1900"
OCTOBER 1997*STACEY ROBERTSON, Bradley Univeristy
"Women Abolitionists in the West: Race, Gender and Politics"
#JONATHAN ZIMMERMAN, New York University
"Storm Over the Schoolhouse: Popular Curriculum Wars in America, 1890-1990"
MARCH 1997*ANNE BROPHY, Cornell University
"'What of Youth Today?': Social Politics, Cultural Pluralism, and the Construction of Second Generation Ethnicity in Detroit, 1911-1943"
THOMAS CARTY, University of Connecticut
"Resistance to John Kennedy's Religion in the 1960 Presidential Election"
#JOHN MERTON MARRS, University of Washington
"College Sports Salesmen: The History of Sports Information Directors, 1919-1959"
*KENNETH WHEELER, Ohio State University
"The College and Civic Culture in the Old Northwest: The Development of an American Region, 1825-1860"
#THADDEUS RUSSELL, Columbia University
"Jimmy Hoffa and the Re-making of the American Working Class"
MARCH 1996*A. TROY ADAMS, Eastern Michigan University
"African-Americans, Cultural Reproduction: Change or Stagnation? The
Case of the Ann Arbor Public Schools"
*RANDALL BURKETT, Harvard University
"Charles S. Smith and the A.M.E. Sunday School Union Publishing Board, 1892-1922: Toward an Inclusive History of the Book"
*JULIE KIMMEL, Johns Hopkins University
"American Business Schools and the Invention of New 'Technologies' of Worker Management"
#ANDREW KERSTEN, University of Cincinnati
"The Fair Employment Practice Committee of the Midwest, 1941-1946"
#CHARLES M. LAMB/JIM TWOMBLY, SUNY at Buffalo
"Presidents, Federalism, and Fair Housing Policy"
OCTOBER 1995*MARIE FRANK, University of Virginia
"Abstract Theory of Design: Emil Lorch and the Architecture Curriculum at the University of Michigan"
#PHILIP E. HARROLD, University of Chicago
"'New Meanings to Unfold, New Acts to Propose': Religious
Disestablishment and Social Imagination in the 'Athens of the West', Ann Arbor, 1870-1910"
*WILLIAM J. PEACE, SUNY-Purchase
"Leslie White: Iconoclastic Scholar"
MARCH 1995*JAMES KATES, University of Wisconsin, Madison
"Making a Middle Landscape: Writers, Editors, and the Re-imagining of
the Northern Forest, 1900-1940"
#PAUL KRAMER, Princeton University
"U.S. Anthropology in the Occupied Philippines, 1899-1915"
*JOHN MCGREEVY, Harvard University
"Catholicism in the American Intellectual Landscape"
#MICHAEL NEIBERG, Carnegie Mellon University
"The Reserve Officers' Training Corps Program, 1969-1989: the Reform
and Rebirth of America's Primary Officer Procurement Program"
OCTOBER 1994*PRISCILLA ROBERTS, University of Hong Kong
"Senator Arthur Vandenberg and the United States Foreign Policy 'Establishment'"
# HENRY O. ROBERTSON, Louisiana State University
"The Prism of Laughter: Antebellum Humorists in Regional Perspective"
MARCH 1994*LIETTE P. GIDLOW, Cornell University
"Getting Out the Vote: Gender, Politics, and Consumer Culture in Grand
Rapids, Michigan and Beyond"
*JOSEPH M HAWES, Memphis State University
"Children and Youth Between the Wars"
#DEAN J. KOTLOWSKI, Indiana University
"Politics and Principles: The Civil Rights Policies of the Nixon
OCTOBER 1993#LAURA CALKINS, University of Michigan
"University Technical Assistance and Technology Transfer Programs in
East and Southeast Asia, 1930-1965"
*SYDNEY HALPERN, University of Illinois, Chicago
"Ethical Constraints in Medical Science: Clinical Testing of Vaccines,
MARCH 1993*NANCY COHEN-LACK, Columbia University
"The Problem of Democracy in the Age of Capital: Reconstructing Liberal
Political Ideology, 1865-1900"
#ERIC T. DEAN, JR., Yale University
"In Evident Mental Commotion: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the
American Civil War"
#CHRISTOPHER VAUGHN, University of California, Berkeley
"Obfuscating a New Other, Defining a New Self: Public Discourse and the
Colonization of the Philippines, 1898-1908"
OCTOBERr 1992#JEFF A. HALE, Louisiana State University
"Wiretapping the White Panthers: Nixon, the Mitchell Doctrine, and the
*SUZANNE E. SMITH, Yale University
"'Dancing in the Street': Motown & Detroit's Moment of Rebellion"
MARCH 1992#MARTIN HERSHOCK, University of Michigan
"Liberty and Power in the Old Northwest: Michigan, 1850-1877"
*KRISTIN HOGANSON, Yale University
"Domestic Affairs and American Expansion: Gender, Militarism, and U.S.
#TERENCE KEHOE, Ohio State University
"Cleaning Up the Great Lakes: Politics, Policy and Water Pollution
#IRENE HADERLE, Berlin (Germany) Technical University
"German Immigrant Women's Societies in Ann Arbor: 1870-1930"
OCTOBER 1991*JENNIFER KEENE, Carnegie Mellon University
"Civilians in Uniform: Building an American Mass Army for the
#KEITH WAILOO, University of Pennsylvania
"Drawing Blood: American Medicine and the Changing Definition of
March 1990*ELIZABETH LEONARD, University of California, Riverside
"Northern Women, Woman's Sphere, and the Civil War: An Historical
Study of Gender Stereotypes"
#ALFRED SKERPAN, University of Wisconsin
"Render Unto Caesar, Render Unto God: Defining the Relation of Religion
to Public Higher Education at Four American State Universities, 1865-1920"
*THOMAS SUGRUE, Harvard University
"The Origins of the Urban Underclass: Race, Industrial Decline, and
Poverty in Detroit, 1940-1980"