Outstanding AHA Committee Appointments: Finalized for 2014 Service
Sharon K. Tune, May 2014
The March issue of Perspectives on History listed the Association’s committee structure for 2014. The following appointments complete outstanding openings and indicate replacements of committee members who have resigned.
George Louis Beer Book Prize Committee (European international since 1895): Padraic Kenney (Indiana Univ.) replaces Gunter Bischof (Univ. of New Orleans).
Leo Gershoy Book Award Committee (17th- and 18th-century western Europe): Magda Teter (Wesleyan Univ.).
Joan Kelly Book Prize Committee (women’s history and feminist theory): (1) Antoinette Burton (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) replaces Tiffany Gill (Univ. of Delaware), and (2) Kathleen Brown (Univ. of Pennsylvania) replaces Philippa Levine (Univ. of Texas at Austin), who withdrew upon her election as vice president, Professional Division.
James Harvey Robinson Prize Committee (teaching aid): James Harris (St. Margaret’s Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano, Calif.).
Wesley-Logan Book Prize Committee (African diaspora): Melina Pappademos (Univ. of Connecticut) replaces Stephanie Shaw (Ohio State Univ.).
In addition, the Economic History Association appointed Peter B. Meyer (US Bureau of Labor Statistics) to serve as its representative on the Fellowship in Aerospace History.
—Sharon K. Tune
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