Raymond J. Cunningham Prize Recipients
The American Historical Association offers the Raymond J. Cunningham Prize for the best article written by an undergraduate student and published in a history department journal. This prize, awarded annually, was established in memory of Raymond J. Cunningham, who was an associate professor of history at Fordham University. He was an authority on American historian Herbert Baxter Adams.
Mr. T. Fielder Valone, 'Destroying the Ties that Bind: Rituals of Humiliation and the Holocaust in Provincial Lithuania,' in Traces: The UNC-Chapel Hill Journal of Hist. 1 (Spring 2012): 90-114
Dr. W. Miles Fletcher, faculty advisor
Mr. Daniel Williford, 'Visions of Pre-Islamic Algeria in the Revue Africaine, 1870-1896,' Rhodes Hist. Review 13 (Spring 2011): 45-69
Dr. Tim Huebner, faculty advisor
Ms. Hailey Giczy, 'The Bum Blockade: Los Angeles and the Great Depression,' Voces Novae: Chapman Univ. Hist. Review 1 (2009): 97-121
Dr. Leland Lawrence Estes, faculty advisor