Members

Notable Achievements by Members, December 1988

AHA Staff, December 1988

American Antiquarian Society

Kate B. and Hall James Peterson Fellow

Rosalind Remer Burnam, Ph.D. cand. history, University of California, Los Angeles.

American Council of Learned Societies

ACLS Fellowships for Postdoctoral Research

(Funding was provided by the Ford Foun., Pew Foun., Andrew Mellon Foun., and the NEH—965 applications were received, 65 fellows were chosen.)

Norma Basch, assoc. prof. history, Rutgers University, Newark; Peter A. Coclanis, asst. prof. history, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Virginia G. Drachman, assoc. prof. history, Tufts University; Janet J. Ewald, asst. prof. history, Duke University; Nina Rattner Gelbart, assoc. prof. history, Occidental College; Martin E. Jay, prof. history, University of California, Berkeley; Hillel J. Kieval, assoc. prof. history and international studies, University of Washington; Angeliki E. Laiou, prof. history, Harvard University; Naomi R. Lamoreaux, assoc. prof. history, Brown University; Roland C. Marchand, prof. history, University of California, Davis; Regina A. Morantz-Sanchez, prof. history, University of Kansas; Joan S. Rubin, assoc. prof. American studies and history, State University of New York, Brockport

ACLS Research Fellowships to Recent Ph.D. Recipients

(Funding was provided in part by the Carnegie Corp. of New York and the NEH—344 applications were received, 36 fellows chosen.)

Michael Dintenfass, asst. prof. history, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Lori D. Ginzberg, asst. prof. history and women's studies, Pennsylvania State University; Uli Schamiloglu, asst. prof. Uralic and Altaic studies, Indiana University; Liba Chaia Taub, history of science, independent scholar; Devra A. Weber, lec. history, California State University, Long Beach

ACLS Postdoctoral Research Grants-in-Aid

(Funding was provided by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foun., Andrew Mellon Foun., and the NEH—90 grants were awarded.)

Douglas C. Abrams, prof. history, Bob Jones University; David W. Blight, asst. prof. history and Afro-American studies, Harvard University; Frederick P. Bowser, assoc. prof. history, Stanford University; Margaret Chowning, asst. prof. history, California State University, Hayward; Sally H. Clarke, asst. prof. history, University of Texas, Arlington; Nancy F. Cott, prof. American studies and history, Yale University; Michael K. Honey, asst. prof. history, Wesleyan University; Gary Lease, prof. history of consciousness, University of California, Santa Cruz; Susan D. Pennybacker, asst. prof. history, Trinity College; Derek J. Penslar, asst. prof. history and Jewish studies, Indiana University; Joan R. Piggott, asst. prof. history, University of Miami; James C. Riley, prof. history, Indiana University; Daniel J. Sherman, lec. history, literature, and social studies, Harvard University; Thomas P. Slaughter, assoc. prof. history, Rutgers University, New Brunswick; Robert J. Soucy, prof. history, Oberlin College; Judith S. Stein, prof. history, City University of New York, City College

ACLS Postdoctoral Fellowships in Chinese Studies

(Funding provided by the Ford Foun., Andrew W. Mellon Foun., and the NEH—14 fellows were chosen.)

Christina K. Gilmartin, asst. prof. history, University of Houston

ACLS Postdoctoral Fellowships in East European Studies

(The East European Studies programs are jointly sponsored with the Social Science Research Council. Funding provided by the Ford Foun. and the NEH—5 fellows were chosen.)

William O. McCagg, prof. history, Michigan State University

Dissertation Research Fellowships in East European Studies

(Funding provided by the U.S. Department of State—9 fellows were chosen.)

Deborah S. Cornelius, Ph.D. cand. history, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

The John Carter Brown Library

1988–89 Research Fellows

(Funding provided by the Tinker Foun. and the NEH—70 applications were received, 27 fellows were chosen.)

Barry Higman, prof. history, University of West Indies, Jamaica; John Kicza, assoc. prof. hist., Washington State University; Thomas Killion, post-doc. fellow, University of Cincinnati; Karen Kupperman, prof. hist., University of Connecticut, Storrs; W. Michael Mathes, prof. hist., University of San Francisco; Margaret Newell, Ph.D. cand. hist., University of Virginia; Elizabeth Tucker, grad. student hist., University of Virginia

The Institute for Advanced Study, School of Historical Studies

Visiting Members 1988–89

Peter J. Duignan, sr. fellow, Hoover Instituion, Stanford University; Robert E. Lerner, prof. history, Northwestern University; Murdo J. MacLeod, grad. research prof. history, University of Florida; A. Lloyd Moote, prof. history, University of Southern California; Steven W. Rowan, assoc. history, University of Missouri, St. Louis; David E. Underdown, prof. history, Yale University; Isser Woloch, prof. history, Columbia University

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

1988 Fellowships for Gifted Individuals

David Alan Rosenberg, assoc. prof. history, Naval War College; Jonathan Dermot Spence, prof. history, Yale University

National Academy of Education

1988–1989 Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow

Sally Schwager, research assoc. history of education, Harvard University

National Humanities Center

1988–89 Fellows

(547 applications received, 35 fellows chosen.)

Alan Brinkley, assoc. prof. history, Harvard University; John W. Cell, prof. history, Duke University; Sarah Jane Deutsch, asst. prof. history, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Paul F. Grendler, prof. history, University of Toronto; John Higham, prof. history, The Johns Hopkins University; Larry Eugene Jones, prof. history, Canisius College

National Research Council

Postdoctoral Fellowships for Minorities Program

Isabel A. Tirado, asst. prof. history, William Patterson College of New Jersey

Doctoral Fellowship for Minorities Program

Venus Green, Ph.D. cand. history, Columbia University

New York State Archives

Research Residency Awards 1988–89

Vivian Bruce Conger, grad. student history, Cornell University; Bruce J. Dierenfield, asst. prof. history, Canisius College; Lawrence Kohl, asst. prof. history, University of Alabama; Mary Margaret Stolberg, grad. student history, University of Virginia

The Schlesinger Library

Honorary Visiting Scholars

Virginia Drachman, assoc. prof. history, Tufts University; Joan G. Zimmerman, lec. history and literature, Harvard University

Social Science Research Council

Latin American/Caribbean Program 1988 Advanced Grants

Samuel Baily, prof. history, Rutgers University, New Brunswick; Robert Levine, prof. history, University of Miami

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

1988–89 Fellows Program on History, Culture, and Society

Janet Joran Ewald, asst. prof. history, Duke University

Program on American Society and Politics

Eileen C. Boris, asst. prof. history, Howard University; Orville V. Burton, assoc. prof. history, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Robert L. Fishman, assoc. prof. history, Rutgers University, Camden

East European Program

Elinor Murray Despalatovic, prof. history, Connecticut College

West European Program

Richard F. Kuisel, prof. history, State University of New York, Stony Brook; Charles S. Maier, prof. history, Harvard University

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

1988 Charlotte W. Newcombe Dissertation Fellowships

(441 applications received, 365 fellows chosen)

Nancy G. Isenberg, Ph.D. cand. history, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, Ph.D. cand. history, University of California, Berkeley