Historians Named Among Winners of Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellows
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation recently announced the winners of their ninetieth annual competition for fellowships. A group of 178 scholars, artists, and scientists were selected out of a pool of 3,000 applicants on the basis of prior achievement and exceptional promise. We are excited to see over twenty AHA members* and historians among the list of fellows, which we have listed below. Congrats to all of the winners!
Ann Blair*, director of undergraduate studies, Harvard College Professor, Henry Charles Lea Professor of History, Harvard University
Holly Brewer*, Burke Chair of American History and associate professor, University of Maryland, College Park
Deborah Coen*, associate professor of history, Barnard College, Columbia University
Anver Emon, professor of law, University of Toronto
David Engerman, Ottilie Springer Professor of History, Brandeis University
Jack Goldstone, Virginia E. and John T. Hazel Professor of Public Policy, George Mason University
Lillian Guerra*, professor of Cuban and Caribbean history, University of Florida
Karl Jacoby*, professor of history, Columbia University
Eric Jennings, professor of history, University of Toronto
James H. Johnson*, professor of history, Boston University
Robin D. G. Kelley, Distinguished Professor of History & Gary B. Nash Endowed Chair in United States History, University of California, Los Angeles
Jill Lepore, David Woods Kemper ’41 Professor of American History and chair, History and Literature Program, Harvard University
Michael Nylan, professor of history, University of California, Berkeley
Steven Pincus, Bradford Durfee Professor of History and co-director, CHESS, Yale University
Marina Rustow, Charlotte Bloomberg Associate Professor in the Humanities,Johns Hopkins University
Helmut Smith*, Martha Rivers Ingram Chair of History, Vanderbilt University
Victoria Sweet, associate clinical professor, University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine
Emily Thompson*, professor of history, Princeton University
John Watkins*, professor of English language and literature, University of Minnesota
This post first appeared on AHA Today.
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