Awards, Prizes, Fellowships, and Grants 2000
Awards for Scholarly Distinction
Ramsay MacMullen (Yale Univ.), Arno J. Mayer (Princeton Univ.), and Robert V. Remini (Univ. of Illinois at Chicago)
Eugene Asher Distinguished Teaching Award
Peter Frederick (Wabash Coll.)
Beveridge Family Teaching Award
John (Chris) Butler (University High School, Urbana, Ill.)
Gregory S. Brown (Univ. of Nevada at Las Vegas), "A Field of Honor: The Cultural Politics of Playwriting in Eighteenth-Century France"
Mary Halavais (Sonoma State Univ.), "Like Wheat to the Miller: Community, Convivencia, and the Construction of Morisco Identity in Sixteenth-Century Aragon"
Wayne Hanley (West Chester Univ.), "The Genesis of Napoleonic Propaganda, 1796 to 1799"
Sarah Lowengard (independent scholar), "Color Practices, Color Theories, and the Creation of Color in Objects: Britain and France in the Eighteenth-Century"
William F. MacLehose (Independent Scholar), "'A Tender Age': Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries"
Michael S. Smith (Univ. of California at Riverside), "Anti-Radical Expression: Counter-Revolutionary Thought in the Age of Revolution"
John O'Connor Film Award
Coming to Light: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indians, directed by Anne Makepeace, and coproduced by Anne Makepeace Productions, Inc. and WNET
Nancy Lyman Roelker Mentorship Award
Nell Irvin Painter (Princeton Univ.)
Herbert Baxter Adams Prize: Daniel Lord Smail (Fordham Univ.), for Imaginary Cartographies: Possession and Identity in Late Medieval Marseille (Cornell Univ. Press, 1999)
Prize in Atlantic History: Karen Ordahl Kupperman (New York Univ.), for Indians and English: Facing Off in Early America (Cornell Univ. Press, 2000)
George Louis Beer Prize: Marc Trachtenberg (Univ. of Pennsylvania), for A Constructed Peace: The Making of the European Settlement, 1945–63 (Princeton Univ. Press, 1999)
Albert J. Beveridge Prize: Linda Gordon (New York Univ.), for The Great Arizona Orphan Abduction (Harvard Univ. Press, 1999)
Paul Birdsall Prize: Marc Trachtenberg (Univ. of Pennsylvania), for A Constructed Peace: The Making of the European Settlement, 1945–63 (Princeton Univ. Press, 1999)
James Henry Breasted Prize: Warwick Ball (Stow, Galashiels, United Kingdom) for Rome in the East: The Transformation of an Empire (Routledge, 2000).
Albert Corey Prize: Karen Dubinsky (Queen's Univ.), for The Second Greatest Disappointment: Honeymooners, Heterosexuality, and the Tourist Industry at Niagara Falls (Rutgers Univ. Press, 1999)
John K. Fairbank Prize: Kenneth Pomeranz (Univ. of California at Irvine), for The Great Divergence: China, Europe, and the Making of the Modern World Economy (Princeton Univ. Press, 2000)
Herbert Feis Award: George Perkovich (W. Alton Jones Foundation), for India's Nuclear Bomb: The Impact on Global Proliferation (Univ. of California Press, 1999)
Morris D. Forkosch Prize: Alexandra Walsham (Univ. of Exeter), for Providence in Early Modern England (Oxford Univ. Press, 1999).
Leo Gershoy Award: Ruth MacKay (San Francisco, Calif.), for The Limits of Royal Authority: Resistance and Obedience in Seventeenth-Century Castile (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1999)
J. Franklin Jameson Award: Rolena Adorno (Yale Univ.) and Patrick Charles Pautz (Princeton Univ.), for Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca: His Account, His Life, and the Expedition of Pánfilo de Narváez, three volumes (Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1999).
Joan Kelly Memorial Prize: Elizabeth Thompson (Univ. of Virginia), for Colonial Citizens: Republican Rights, Paternal Privilege, and Gender in French Syria and Lebanon (Columbia Univ. Press, 2000)
Littleton-Griswold Prize: Gail Williams O'Brien (North Carolina State Univ.), for The Color of the Law: Race, Violence, and Justice in the Post–World War II South (Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1999)
J. Russell Major Prize: Daniel J. Sherman (Rice Univ.), for The Construction of Memory in Interwar France (Univ. of Chicago Press, 1999)
Helen and Howard R. Marraro Prize: Anthony Grafton (Princeton Univ.), for Cardano's Cosmos: The Worlds and Works of a Renaissance Astrologer (Harvard Univ. Press, 2000)
George L. Mosse Prize: Richard S. Wortman (Columbia Univ.), for Scenarios of Power: Myth and Ceremony in Russian Monarchy: From Alexander II to the Abdication of Nicholas II, volume 2 (Princeton Univ. Press, 2000)
Premio del Rey Prize: Bernard F. Reilly (Villanova Univ.), for The Kingdom of León-Castilla under King Alfonso VII, 1126–1157 (Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1998)
James Harvey Robinson Prize: James A. Percoco (West Springfield, Va., High School), for A Passion for the Past: Creative Teaching of U.S. History (Heinemann, 1998)
Wesley-Logan Prize: David Eltis (Queen's Univ.), for The Rise of African Slavery in the Americas (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1999)
J. Franklin Jameson Fellowship (1999–2000)
Michaela Honicke (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik Forschungsinstitut, Berlin), "Know Your Enemy: American Interpretations of National Socialism During World War II"
NASA Fellowship in Aerospace History (1999–2000)
David Onkst (American Univ.), "The Triumph and Decline of the 'Squares': Grumman Engineers and Workers in the Apollo Era"
Albert J. Beveridge Grants
Gretchen Adams (Univ. of New Hampshire), "The Specter of Salem in American Culture"
Amy Chazkel (Yale Univ.), "The Laws of Chance: Persecution and Persistence of the Jogo do Bicho in Rio de Janeiro, 1889–1941"
Heather Fryer (Boston Coll.), "Enclosed Worlds in Open Space: Federal Communities and Social Experience in the American West"
Sarah C. Hand (Univ. of Virginia), "'The Will Be Adjudged to Drink': Gender, Alcohol, and the Consumer Revolution"
Tracy Neal Leavelle (Arizona State Univ.), "Religion, Encounter and Community in French and Indian North America"
Paul Lokken (Univ. of Florida), "From Black to Latino: African-Descended Populations, Mestizaje, and Racial Hierarchy in Rural Colonial Guatemala, 1600–1730"
Maura Mackowski (Arizona State Univ.), "Human Factors"
Rohit Wadhwani (Univ. of Pennsylvania), "Creating the Citizen Saver: Household Economy, Savings Institutions, and State Regulation in the Northeastern United States, 1830–1930s"
Michael Kraus Grants
Ariana Hannum (Johns Hopkins Univ.), "The Agricultural Economy of West Florida"
Birte Pfleger (Univ. of California at Irvine), "The Creation of a Gendered Middle Ground in Penn's Woods"
Charles F. Bethel (Univ. of California at San Diego) "Business Origins of the Modern First Amendment"
Christopher Capozolla (Columbia Univ.) "Legislating Loyalty: Citizenship and Obligation in American Law, 1917–1925"
Lisa Cardyn (Yale Univ.), "Engendering Traumatic Experience: Legal, Medical, and Psychological Conceptions of Sexual Trauma in American Culture, 1865–1950"
Elizabeth Hillman (Yale Univ.), "Cold War Crime and American Military Culture: Courts-Martial in the U.S. Military, 1950–1975"
Linda Janke (Binghamton Univ.), "Prisoners of War: Gender, Venereal Disease, and Incarceration during World War I"
Paul C. Kemeny (Odum Institute, Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), "The Protestant Establishment, Modernity, and Cultural Pluralism: The New England Watch and Ward Society and the Transformation of Moral Reform Activities, 1878–1930"
Jill Silos (Univ. of New Hampshire), "'Everybody Get Together': The Counterculture and Public Space, 1964–1970"
Bernadotte E. Schmitt Grants
Jomarie Alano (Univ. of Rochester), "A Life of Resistance: Ada Prospero Marchesini Gobetti (1902–1968)"
Magnus Bernhardsson (Hofstra Univ.), "Reclaiming a Plundered Past: Archaeology and Nationalism in Modern Iraq"
Elisa Camiscioli (Univ. of Chicago), "Producing Workers and Citizens: Immigration, Demography, and Pronatalism in Early Twentieth-Century France"
Sally Charnow (Hofstra Univ.), "Theatre Transformed: Modernism and Cultural Policy in Paris, 1886–1906"
Rita Chin (Oberlin Coll.), "Rewriting the 'Guest Worker': Turkish-German Artists and the Emergence of Multiculturalism in the Federal Republic of Germany"
Abigail Firey (UCLA), "Italian Manuscripts of the Collectio Dacheriana: Law and Penance"
Matthew Pratt Guterl (Washington State Univ.), "'Back to Our Old Places': Labor, Race, and the Aftermath of Slavery in the Atlantic World"
Dana Hale (Howard Univ.), "Races on Display: French Representations of the Colonial Native, 1886–1940"
A. Katie Harris (Georgia State Univ.), "Forging Identity in Early Modern Spain: Civic Identity and the Plomos of Granada"
Tom Hill (Univ. of Chicago), "Tribes and Workers: Transformation in Rural Algeria, 1845–63"
Marguerite Hoyt (Johns Hopkins Univ.), "Visualizing Women's Place in Wartime: Service, Civility, Loyalty (A Comparative Study of Four World War II Home Fronts)"
Stephan Miescher (University of California at Santa Barbara), "'To Be a Man Is Hard': Negotiating Masculinities in Twentieth-Century Ghana"
Lisa Moses Leff (Southwestern Univ.), "The Making of Modern Solidarity: French Jews and World Jewry, 1789–1889"
Andrew Muldoon (Saint Anselm Coll.), "Voyage Home: British Migration from South Asia after 1947"
H. Glenn Penny (Univ. of Missouri at Kansas City), "The German Love Affair with the American Indian"
Anne Raffin (Brigham Young Univ.), "Making Patriots: Youth Mobilization in Vichy France and Indochina during and after World War II"
Eric Rath (Univ. of Kansas), "History of Kyoto Cuisine and Restaurants"
Colleen Seguin (Valparaiso Univ.), "The Resistance of Catholic Women to Religious Conformity: England, 1590–1690"
Heather Streets (Washington State Univ.), "Warriors of the Blood? The Military, Race, and Masculinity in Late Victorian Britain"
Julie Anne Taddeo (Temple Univ.), "Lytton Strachey and Modern Sexual Identity"
Peter Thorsheim (Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte), "Pollution and Perception in Industrial Britain"*
*The print version carried the wrong title. The AHA regrets this error.
Thomas Trice (Glenville State Coll.), "The 'Body Politic': Death and the Politics of Representation in St. Petersburg, Russia, 1841–1921"
Michael Tuck (Northeastern Illinois Univ.), "African Women in Colonial Uganda"
Michelle Tusan (Stanford Univ.), "Writing Stri Dharma: Women's Publishing, the Media, and the Politics of Difference in Colonial India"
Judith Walden (Univ. of the Ozarks), "From Cottage to Tower: Public Housing in Dublin, Ireland, 1939–1969"
Kerry Ward (Univ. of Michigan), "'The Bounds of Bondage': Forced Migration from Batavia to the Cape of Good Hope during the Dutch East India Company (VOC) Era"
Anne Wohlcke (Univ. of California at Irvine), "Public Amusements and the Gendering of London's Modern Urban Spaces, 1666–1752"
Patrick Young (Brooklyn Coll., CUNY), "Producing a Consumable Past: Tourism in 'Greater France,' 1900–1930"