Members

Notable Achievements by Members, October 1990

AHA Staff, October 1990

David R. Armitage, Princeton University, has been awarded a Research Fellowship from the John Carter Brown Library, Brown University.

John Barnard, Oakland University, received a Rockefeller Resident Fellowship from the Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University.

The Center for Historic Preservation at Mary Washington College has awarded its Historic Preservation Book Prize to Timothy H. Breen for his book, Imagining the Past: East Hampton Histories.

Roger Buckley, University of Connecticut, was awarded a Research Fellowship from the John Carter Brown Library, Brown University.

Alexandra S. Gressitt, formerly of the University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, has accepted the position as curator of manuscripts and archives for the Indiana Historical Society.

Donald Teruo Hata, Jr., California State University, Dominguez Hills, was named 1989–90 Outstanding Professor by the California State University System Board of Trustees.

Lois Huneycutt, Ph.D. candidate, University of California, Santa Barbara, was awarded a Graduate Student Fellowship from the Western Association of Women Historians.

David P. Jaffee, City College of New York, has received an NEH/Winterthur Research Fellowship for 1990–91.

The University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, awarded Glen Jeansonne a 1990 Graduate School/UWM Foundation Annual Research Award for outstanding research, scholarship, and creativity.

Evans C. Johnson, Stetson University, has moved to senior active status at the University.

Harvey J. Kaye, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, has been appointed the Ben and Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Social Change and Development and director of the newly established Center for History and Social Change.

Jon Kukla, former director of the publications program, Virginia State Library and Archives, has been named curator of collections by the board of directors of the Historic New Orleans Collection.

George A. Levesque has been chosen as consultant for a forthcoming segment on the Massachusetts 54th Regiment for the PBS series The American Experience. He has also been awarded a 1990–92 Senior Fellowship from the National Association of Scholars.

The Sierra Book Prize of the Western Association of Women Historians was awarded to Karen Lystra, California State University, Fullerton, for her book Searching the Heart.

Sabine McCormack, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, has been named a 1990–91 Getty Scholar.

Karen Offen, Stanford University, was awarded the Judith Lee Ridge Article Prize, Western Association of Women Historians, for her article "Defining Feminism: A Comparative Historical Approach," Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.

The Leo Baeck Institute has awarded Derek Penslar, Indiana University, a LBI/DAAD Research Fellowship for 1990.

The book Sources of the Self by Charles Taylor, McGill University, has won the Morris D. Forkosch Prize for the best book in intellectual history. The prize is awarded by the Journal of the History of Ideas.

Harold D. Woodman, Purdue University, has been named the first Louis Martin Sears Distinguished Professor of History in the School of Liberal Arts.

James Harvey Young, emeritus, Emory University, has been chosen to deliver the second annual David L. Cowen Lecture in the history of pharmacy at Rutgers University. His lecture will be "American Health Quackery: A Historical View."

American Antiquarian Society

AAS-NEH Fellow

Norma Basch, assoc. prof. history, Rutgers University, Newark

Kate B. and Hall James Peterson Fellows

Thomas Brown, asst. prof. history, University of Detroit

Christopher Clark, lec. history, University of York, England

Mary Kelley, prof. history, Dartmouth College

Shane White, lec. history, University of Sydney, Australia

American Council of Learned Societies

1990 Travel Grant Awards

Beth Baron, asst. prof. history, City College, CUNY

Susan Bell, indep. scholar, Stanford University

Iris Berger, assoc. prof. history, SUNY-Albany

George Brooks, prof. history, Indiana University

Julia Clancy-Smith, asst. prof. history, University of Virginia

Cheryll Cody, asst. prof. history, University of Houston

Carol Devens, asst. prof. history, Rhodes College

David Goldfield, prof. history, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

James Grossman, asst. prof. history, University of Chicago

David Hammack, assoc. prof. history, Case Western Reserve University

Alison Lingo, indep. scholar, history, Unversity of California, Berkeley

Elizabeth Marvick, indep. scholar, history

Ewa Morawska, assoc. prof. sociology, University of Pennsylvania

Melvin Page, prof. history, East Tennessee State University

James Ryan, prof. history, CUNY, Bronx

Allen Steinberg, asst. prof. history, Harvard University

Hitomi Tonomura, asst. prof. history, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Cynthia Truant, asst. prof. history, University of California, San Diego

Laurel Ulrich, assoc. prof. history, University of New Hampshire, Durham

Stanley Winters, prof. history, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

1990 Fellows

Patrick Geary, prof. history, University of Florida

Linda Kerber, prof. history, University of Iowa

Alan Knight, prof. history, University of Texas, Austin

Thomas Laqueur, prof. history, University of California, Berkley

David Robinson, prof. Latin Amer. geography, Syracuse University

Guido Ruggiero, prof. history, University of Connecticut, Storrs

Mary Ryan, prof. history/women's studies, University of California, Berkeley

William Sewell, Jr., prof. history/sociology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Carroll Smith-Rosenberg, prof. humanities/history, University of Pennsylvania

Michael Stanislawski, prof. history, Columbia University

Steven Stern, prof. history, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Jon Tetsuro Sumida, assoc. prof. history, University of Maryland, College Park

Louise Tilly, prof. history/sociology, New School for Social Research

Dell Upton, assoc. prof. architectural history, University of California, Berkeley

National Humanities Center

1990–91 Fellows

Henry Binford, assoc. prof. history, Northwestern University

Ann Clark, asst. prof. history, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Leon Fink, assoc. prof. history, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Sarah Hanley, prof. history, University of Iowa

Linda Kerber, prof. history, University of Iowa

Michael MacDonald, prof. history, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Francis Oakley, prof. history and president, Williams College

Lawrence Stone, prof. history, Princeton University

William Taylor, prof. history, University of Virginia

Radcliffe College/Schlesinger Library

Grants

Kriste Lindenmeyer, Ph.D. cand., University of Cincinnati

Robyn Rosen, Ph.D. cand., SUNY-Binghamton

Patricia Walls, Ph.D. cand., University of Maryland, College Park

Mary Jane Hogan, adj. prof., Idaho State University