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1972-Present

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CABLE, MARY PRATT
Fellowship:
R.A. 89-90, early history of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (freelance writer)
Fellowship: R.A. 90-91, early history of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (freelance writer)
Education: Barnard, A.B., 41
Other Publications: Dream Castles (Viking, 1966); Andrew Deutsch (London, 1966); El Escorial (Newsbreak Books, 1971); American Manners and Morals (American Heritage, 1969); The Avenue of the Presidents (Houghton Mifflin, 1969); Black Odyssey: The Case of the Slaveship Amistad (Viking, 1971; Penguin,1998); The Little Darlings: A History of Childrearing in America (Scribner's, 1975); Lost New Orleans (Houghton Mifflin, 1980); Avery's Knot (Putnam's, 1981); Top Drawer (Atheneum, 1984); The Blizzard of '88 (Atheneum, 1988)
[Updated 2005]

CANUP, JOHN
(Died February 19, 2005)
Fellowship: Boni 90-91, "New England Culture and the Pacific" (asst. prof. of history, Texas A & M)
Education: Georgia, A.B., 73; Hawaii at Manoa, M.A., 75; North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ph.D., 86
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, Texas A & M
Other Publications: "The Cry of Sodom Enquired Into," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 98 (1988): 113-34; Out of the Wilderness (Wesleyan Univ. Press, 1990); "Cotton Mather and Criolian Degeneracy," Early American Literature 24 (1989): 20-34
[Updated 2005]

CARLEBACH, MICHAEL L.
Fellowship:
Peterson 86-87, "The Origins of Photojournalism in America, 1839-80" (asst. prof. of history, Miami)
Education: Colgate, A.B., 67; Florida State, M.A., 80; Brown, Ph.D., 88
Current Position: prof. of art history, Miami
Fellowship Publications:
The Origins of Photojournalism in America (Washington: Smithsonian Institute Press, 1992)
Other Publications: "Art and Propaganda: The Photography Project of the Farm Security Administration," Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts 8 (1988): 6-25; (with Eugene Provenzo) Farm Security Administration Photographs of Florida (Gainesville: Univ. of Florida Press, 1993); American Photojournalism Comes of Age (Washington: Smith. Inst. Press, 1997); Working Stiffs (Smithsonian, 2002)
Address: Dept. of Art and Art History, University of Miami, P.O. Box 248106, Coral Gables, FL 33124-4410
Web Page: http://www.as.miami.edu/art/carlebach.html
[Updated 2005]

CARLSON, HANNAH
Fellowship:
Botein 06-07, "In the Company of Books: Reading the Pocket Companion" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, Boston)
Education: Wesleyan, B.A., 90; Fashion Institute of Technology, M.A., 01
[Updated 2006]

CARLSON-BRADLEY, MARTHA
Fellowship:
Baron 08, poet, Hillsborough, NH, research for a collection of poems based on the New England Primer
Education:
[Updated 2008]

CARP, BENJAMIN L.
Fellowship:
Peterson 01-02, "Cityscapes and Revolution: Urban Spaces and Revolutionary Mobilization in North America, 1740-1790" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Virginia)
Education: Yale, B.A., 98; Virginia, M.A., 99, Ph.D. 04
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Tufts
Fellowship Publications: Rebels Rising: Cities and the American Revolution (Oxford University Press, 2007)
Other Publications: "Fire of liberty: firefighters, urban voluntary culture, and the revolutionary movement", William and Mary Quarterly 58:4 (October 2001), 781-818; "Nations of American rebels: understanding nationalism in revolutionary North America and the Civil War South", Civil War History 48:1 (March 2002), 5-33; "The Night the Yankees Burned Broadway: The New York City Fire of 1776," Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 4:2 (Fall 2006)
Address: Benjamin.Carp[at]tufts.edu
Web Page: http://ase.tufts.edu/history/faculty/bcarp.asp
[Updated 2008]

CARROLL, BRET EVAN
Fellowship:
Peterson 97-98, "Religion and Masculinity in Antebellum America" (visiting asst. prof. of history, Texas at Arlington)
Education: Emory, B.A., 83; Cornell, M.A., 88, Ph.D., 91
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, California State Univ. at Stanislaus
Address
: Dept. of History, California State University at Stanislaus, 801 West Monte Vista Ave., Turlock, CA 95382
Web Page: http://www.csustan.edu/history/Faculty/Carroll/Carroll.html
[Updated 2005]

CARROLL, BRIAN
Fellowship:
Peterson 08-09, "Military Masculinities in New England: Anglo-American and Native-American Soldiers, 1689-1763" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Connecticut)
Education:
[Updated 2008]

CARTER, MICHAEL STEVEN
Fellowship:
Botein, 05-06, "Matthew Carey and the Public Emergence of Roman Catholicism in the United States, 1789-1839 " (Ph.D. cand. in history, Southern California)
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Dayton
Education: Southern California, B.A., 99; M.A., 03; Ph.D., 06
Fellowship Publication: "Under the Benign Sun of Toleration: Mathew Carey, the Douai Bible, and Catholic Print Culture, 1789-1791," Journal of the Early Republic, Fall 2007
Address: Dept. of History, Univeristy of Dayton, 300 College Park, Dayton, OH 45469; carterms[at]notes.udayton.edu
[Updated 2007]

CARTER, SARAH ANNE
Fellowship:
Last, 07-08, "Object Lessons in Nineteenth-Century America" (Ph.D. cand. in the history of American civilization, Harvard)
Education: Harvard, A.B., 02; Delaware/Winterthur, M.A., 04
[Updated 2007]

CASMIER-PAZ, LYNN
Fellowship:
Botein, 09-10, "Slave Literacy, Children's Textbooks, and Antebellum Education" (Assoc. Prof. of English, Central Florida)
Education:
[Updated 2009]

CASPER, SCOTT E.
Fellowship:
Peterson 90-91, "The Cultural and Literary Contexts of Antebellum Campaign Biography and Children's Biography" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, Yale)
Fellowship: Peterson 98-99, "First Families: Presidents at Home in the American Imagination, 1789-1920" (assoc. prof. of history, Nevada at Reno)
Education: Princeton, A.B., 86; Yale, M.A., M.Phil., 90.; Ph.D., 92
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, Nevada at Reno
Fellowship Publications
: "The Two Lives of Franklin Pierce: Hawthorne, Political Culture, and the Literary Market," American Literary History 5 (1993): 203-230; "Constructing American Lives: The Cultural History of Biography in Nineteenth-Century America" (Ph.D. diss., 1992) [Theron Rockwell Field prize, Yale, for outstanding diss.]; Constructing American Lives: Biography and Culture in Nineteenth Century America (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1999) [Sharp Book Prize 1999 for Best Book in the History of the Book]; Sarah Johnson's Mount Vernon: The Forgotten History of an American Shrine (Hill & Wang, 2008)
Other Publications: "An Uneasy Marriage of Sentiment and Scholarship: Elizabeth F. Ellet and the Domestic Origins of American Women's Histoy," Journal of Womens' History 4 (Fall 1992): 10-35; "Defining the National Pantheon: The Making of Houghton Mifflin's Biographical Series, 1880-1900," in Michele Moylan and Lane Stiles eds., Reading Books: Essays on the Material Text and Literature in America, (Amherst, 1997); ed. with Joanne Chaison and Jeffrey Groves Perspectives on American Book History: Artifacts and Commentary (Univ. of Massachusetts Press, 2002)
Web Page: http://www.unr.edu/cla/history/people/casper/index.html
[Updated 2009]

CASTAGNA, JOANN E.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEMLA 90-91, "Women, Sexuality, and Popular Culture: Sensation Novels and Gender Ideology in Nineteenth-Century Newspapers" (academic advisor, Iowa)
Education: Eastern Connecticut, B.A., 75; Iowa, M.A., 83, Ph.D., 89
Current Position: retired; independent researcher
Other Publications
: w/ Robin Radespiel, "Making Rape Romantic: A Study of Rosemary Rogers' 'Steve a Ginny' Novels," in Katherine Ackley, ed. Violence Against Women in Literature (Garland, 1989); twenty-six bio. entries on nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American women writers in The Feminist Companion to Literature in English (Batsford/Yale, 1990); Mary Daly, bio. entry in The Oxford Companion to Women's Writing in the United States (Oxford Univ. Press, 1994); cont., Chronology of Women Worldwide (Gale Research, 1997); eleven bio. entries in the American National Biography series (Oxford Univ. Press, 1998); entry on "Solon Robinson" in Indiana Resource Link (CD-ROM, ABC-CLIO, 1999); entries on "Orville Victor," "Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly," and "Maum Guinea" in the Encyclopedia of the American Civil War (ABC-CLIO, 2000); entries in American Masculinities (Sage, 2003); "Eleanor Glynn" entry for the Oxford Dicitonary of National Biography (Oxford Univ. Press, 2004); entries in Women in the Civil War (ABC Clio, 2007)
Address: jecdrc1[at]earthlink.net
[Updated 2008]

CAVE, RODERICK GEORGE
Fellowship:
Daniels 76-77, "A History of Printing in the West Indies" (prof. of library science, Univ. of the West Indies)
Education: Loughborough, M.A., 72, Ph.D., 79
Current Position: prof. of information studies, Nanyang Technological
Fellowship Publications:
"The Printing of the Honduras Almanack,'" Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 87 (1977): 195-99; "Early Circulating Libraries in Jamaica," Libri (1980): 53-65; Printing and the Book Trade in the West Indies (London: Pindar Press, 1987)
Other Publications: The Private Press (1971; rev. 1983); Rare Book Librarianship (1975; rev. 1982)
[Updated 1997]

CHARBENEAU, BRETT
Fellowship:
AAS-ASECS 95-96, "Williamsburg Imprints Program" (journeyman printer, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)
Current Position: systems administrator, Williamsburg Regional Library
Fellowship Publications: "Colonial Virginia Ephemera," The Proceedings of the Ephemera Society of America (Spring 1997)
Web Page: http://www.happysnowman.com/desbib/arch/brett.html
[Updated 2005]

CHAVIGNY, KATHERINE A.
Fellowship:
Peterson 93-94, "American Confessions: The Formation of Antebellum Addiction Narratives" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Chicago)
Education: Harvard, B.A., 87; Chicago, M.A., 88, Ph.D. 99
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Sweet Briar
Web Page: http://www.history.sbc.edu/chavigny_cv.html
[Updated 2005]

CHERNOS LIN, RACHEL
Fellowship:
Peterson 02-03, "The Rhode Island Slave Traders and their Communities, 1750-1807" (Ph.D. cand., Brown)
Education: Toronto, B.A., 95; Queen's, M.A., 97
Fellowship Publications: "The Rhode Island Slave-Traders: Butchers, Bakers and Candlestick Makers." Slavery & Abolition 23, no. 3 (2002): 21-38.
[Updated 2005]

CHOPRA, RUMA
Fellowship:
Peterson 06-07, "Loyalist Persuasions: New York City, 1776-1783" (Ph.D. cand. in history, California at Davis)
Education: Carnegie Mellon, B.S., 90; SUNY at Albany M.A., 92; Carnegie Mellon, M.A., 97
[Updated 2006]

CHU, JONATHAN M.
Fellowship:
NEH 87-88, "Where's Mine?: Debt in Post-Revolutionary Massachusetts" (assoc. prof. of history, Massachusetts at Boston)
Education: Pennsylvania, A.B., 67; Hawaii, M.A., 69; Washington, Ph.D., 78; Yale, M.S. Law, 83
Current Position:assoc. prof of history, Massachusetts at Boston (and assoc. dean, Graduate College of Education, Massachusetts at Boston, until Sept. 1, 2006)
Fellowship Publications
: "Debt Litigation & Shays Rebellion," in Robert Gross and Frederick Allis eds., Debt to Shays, (Charlottesville: Univ. of Virginia Press, 1992); "Debt and Taxes: Public Finance and Private Economic Behavior in Post-Revolutionary Massachusetts," in Conrad Wright ed., Massachusetts Historical Society Studies in American History and Culture, (forthcoming); Debt and Tax Entrepeneurs, ed., by Conrad Wright and Katherine Viens; "Imagining a World without Sugar: Teaching Strategies for America, the Atlantic and Global Consumer Demand, for OAH-College Board publication on AP Central; "Reorienting Trade: American Commerce and the Origins of Sino-American Trade," Proceedings of the 2002 Conference on Sino-American Communication (Changchun, PRC, 2003)
Other Publications: Neighbors, Friends, or Madmen: The Puritan Adjustment to Quakerism in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts Bay (1985); "Nursing a Poisonous Tree: Litigation and Property Law in Seventeenth-Century Essex County, Massachusetts, the Case of Bishop's Farm," American Journal of Legal History 31 (1987): 221-52; "Historiographical Developments in Early American Quakerism: A Reply," Southern Friend (Fall,1991); Does Real History Begin at Jamestown and Plymouth?, OAH Magazine of History (Fall, 1996); "George Frisbie Hoar and Chinese Exclusion: The Political Construction of Race," in Faces of Community: Immigrant Massachusetts, 1840-2000, ed. by Conrad Wright and Reed Ueeda; "The Demon and Daniel Webster: Drinking in the Ante-bellum Senate." American Nineteenth Century Studies (Summer 2000)
Address: University of Massachusetts-Boston, Graduate College of Education, 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA, 02125; jonathan.chu@umb.edu
Web Page: http://www2.www.umb.edu/directory/person_detail.php?id=709
[Updated 2006]

CHUDACOFF, HOWARD P.
Fellowship:
Rockefeller 74-75, "The Effect of Industrialization and Urbanization upon Family Structure in Nineteenth-Century Worcester" (asst. prof. of history, Brown)
Fellowship: Peterson 00-01, "Children and Their Styles of Play, 1750-1880" (prof. of history, Brown)
Education: Chicago, A.B., 65, A.M., 67, Ph.D., 67
Current Position: Univ. prof. and prof. of history, Brown
Fellowship Publications:
"New Branches on the Tree: Household Structure in Early Stages of the Family Cycle in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1860-1880," in Tamara K. Hareven ed., Themes in the History of the Family, (Worcester: AAS, 1978); "From Empty Nest to Family Dissolution: Life Course Transitions into Old Age," Journal of Family History 4 (Spring 1979)
Other Publications: How Old Are You? Age Consciousness in American Culture (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1989); The Age of the Bachelor (1999)
Web Page: http://www.brown.edu/Departments/History/faculty/hchud.html
[Updated 2001]

CLAPPER, MICHAEL
Fellowship:
Peterson 92-93, "The `Popular' and `Elite' Disjunction in Art inthe United States after the Civil War" (Ph.D. cand. in art history, Northwestern)
Education: Swarthmore, B.A., 87; Washington Univ., M.F.A., 89; Northwestern, Ph.D., 97
Current Position: assoc. asst. prof. of art history, Franklin and Marshall
Fellowship Publications
: "Art, Industry, and Education in Prang's Chromolithograph Company," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 105:1 (April 1995): 145-161
Other Publications: "The Chromo and the Art Museum: Popular and Elite Art Institutions in Late Nineteenth-Century America," in Christopher Reed ed., Not at Home: The Suppression of Domesticity in Modern Art and Architecutre: 33-47; "'I Was Once a Barefoot Boy!': Cultural Tensions in a Popular Chromo" American Art 16 (Summer 2002): 16-39
[Updated 2006]

CLARK, CHARLES EDWIN
Fellowship:
Daniels 80-81, "A Comparative Study of English and American Journalism,1665-1765" (prof. emeritus of history, New Hampshire)
Fellowship: Boni 85-86, "The Public Prints: An Essay in Anglo-American Journalistic Origins" (prof. emeritus of history, New Hampshire)
Education: Bates, A.B., 51; Columbia, M.S., 52; Brown, Ph.D., 66
Current Position: prof. emeritus of history, New Hampshire
Fellowship Publications:
"James Franklin," Boston Printers, Publishers, and Booksellers, ed. Benjamin Franklin V (1980); co-author, with Charles Wetherell, "The Measure of Maturity: The Pennsylvania Gazette,1728-1765," William and Mary Quarterly 3d ser. 46 (1989): 279-303; "`Metropolis' and `Province' in Eighteenth-Century Press Relations: The Case of Boston," Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History (London, 1989); "The Newspapers of Provincial America," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 100 (1990): 367-89; "Boston and the Nurturing of Newspapers: Dimensions of the Cradle," New England Quarterly 69 (1991): 243-71; "The Colonial Press," in Jacob Ernest Cooke et al., eds., Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies, 3 vols. (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1993), 3: 111-22; The Public Prints: The Newspaper in Anglo-American Culture, 1665-1740 (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1994), Printers, the People , and Politics: The New Hampshire Press and Ratification (Concord: N.H. Humanities Council,1989); Early American Journalism: News and Opinions in the Popular Press (eds. Hugh Amory and David Hall); The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World, (pgs, 347-366)
Other Publications: The Eastern Frontier: The Settlement of Northern New England, 1610-1763 (New York: Knopf,1970, repr. Hanover: New England, 1983); Maine: A History (New York: Norton, 1977; repr. Hanover: New England, 1990), The Meetinghouse Tragedy: An Episode in the Life of New England Town. (Hanover: New England, 1998); Bates Through the Years: An Illustrated History (Lewiston, ME: Bates College, 2005)
Address: 40A Emerson Road, Durham, NH 03824; charles.clark@unh.edu
[Updated 2006]

CLARK, CHRISTOPHER F.
Fellowship:
Haven 82-83, "Economy and Culture in Rural Massachusetts, 1790-1860" (lecturer in history, York)
Fellowship: Peterson 90-91, "To Live in the Common Cause: Communal and Cooperative Groups in Nineteenth-Century America"
Education: Warwick, B.A., 74; Harvard, M.A., 75, Ph.D., 82
Current Position: prof. of history, Connecticut
Fellowship Publications
: "The Diary of an Apprentice Cabinetmaker: Edward Jenner Carpenter's Journal,1844-45," (1988); "Work and Labor in Rural Massachusetts: The Connecticut Valley, 1750-1820," in E. Marienstras and B. Karskyeds., Travail e loisir dans les societes pre-industrielles, (Nancy: Presses Universitaires de Nancy, 1991); The Roots of Rural Capitalism: Western Massachusetts 1780-1860 (Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press,1990) [Frederick Jackson Turner Award]; "Social Structure and Manufacturing before the Factory: Rural New England, 1750-1830," in T.M. Safley and L. Rosenband, eds., The Workplace before the Factory (Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1993); The Communities Movement: The Radical Challenge of the Northampton Association (Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1995); Letters from an American Utopia: The Stetson Family and the Northampton Association, 1843-1847 ed. with Kerry Buckley (Amherst: Univ. of Massachusetts Press, 2004)
Other Publications: "Household Economy, Market Exchange, and the Rise of Capitalism in the Connecticut Valley, 1800-1860," Journal of Society History 13 (1979-80); "The Truck System in 19th-Century New England: An Interpretation," in R.E. Ommer, ed, Merchant Credit and Labour Strategies (Fredericton, N.B.: Acadiensis Press,1990); "Economics and Culture: Opening Up the Rural History of the EarlyAmerican Northeast," American Quarterly (June 1991); "Agrarian Societies and Economic Development in Nineteenth-Century North America," in W.L. Bernecke and H.W. Tobler, eds., Development and Underdevelopment in America (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 1993); "The Consequences of the `Market Revolution' in the American North," in M. Stokes and S. Conway, eds., The Market Revolution: Social Culture and Religious Expression (Charlottesville: Univ. Press of Virginia, 1996); Rural America and the Transition to Capitalism," Journal of the Early Republic (June 1996)
Web Page: http://www.history.uconn.edu/faculty/clark.html
[Updated 2005]

CLARK, THOMAS
Fellowship:
Ebeling 05-06, "Toquevillian Moments: Transatlantic Visions of an American Republican Culture" (asst. prof. of history, Kassel)
Education:
[Updated 2005]

CLAVIN, MATTHEW J.
Fellowship:
Peterson 03-04, "Men of Color, to Arms!" (Ph.D. cand. in history, American)
Education: Bloomsburg, B.A., 94; George Washington, M.A, 99; American, Ph.D., 05
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, West Florida
Fellowship Publications: 'Men of Color, to Arms!' Remembering Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution in the American Civil War (Ph.D. diss., 2005)
Address: University of West Florida, Department of History, 11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL, 32514; mclavin@uwf.edu
[Updated 2006]

CLYTUS, RADICLANI
Fellowship:
Last 09-10, "Envisioning Slavery: American Abolitionism and the Primacy of the Visual" (asst. prof. of English, Tufts)
Education: Maryland, B.A., 93; Indiana, M.A, 97; Yale, Ph.D., 07
Address: Tufts University, Department of English, Room 215, East Hall Medford, MA 02155
[Updated 2009]

COBB, DAVID A.
Fellowship:
Mellon 73-74, "Bibliography of Maps for the New England States" (Geography and map librarian, Indiana)
Current Position: head, Harvard Map Collection, Harvard
Other Publications:
Guide to U.S. Map Resources (Chicago: American Library Association, 1990)
[Updated 1997]

COCKRELL, DALE
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 83-84, "The Journals of the Hutchinson Family" (asst. prof. of music, Middlebury)
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 94-95, "Demons of Disorder: The Early Blackface Minstrel and His World" (David N. and Margaret C. Bottoms prof. of music, William & Mary)
Education: Illinois, B.M., 71, M.M., 73, Ph.D., 78
Current Position: prof. of Musicology and American Southern Studies, Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt
Fellowship Publications
: "The Hutchinson Family, 1841-45, or The Origins of Some Yankee Doodles," Institute forStudies in American Music Newsletter, vol. XII/1 (November 1982): 12-15, reprinted, Sheet Music Exchange, II/2 (February 1984); articles in The New Grove Dictionary of Music in America (1986); Excelsior: Journals of the Hutchinson Family Singers, 1842-1846 (Stuyvesant, NY: Pendragon Press, 1989) [Irving Lowens Award in American Music, 1989]; "Jim Crow, Demon of Disorder," American Music 14/2 (Summer 1996): 161-84; "Callithumpans, Mummers, Maskers, and Minstrels: Blackface in the Streets of Jacksonian America," Theatre Annual 49 (1996): 1-20; "Hutchinson Family Singers," Encyclopedia of New England Culture, eds. Burt Feintuch and David Watters (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, forthcoming); Demons of Disorder: Early Blackface Minstrels and Their World, Cambridge Studies in American Theatre and Drama, no. 8, Don B.Wilmeth, gen. ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1997) [C. Hugh Holman Award]
Other Publications: "Of Gospel Hymns, Minstrel Shows, and Jubilee Choirs: Toward Some Black South African Musics," American Music (1987). History of Western Music, with Hugh Miller (New York: Harper Collins, 1991); Il Pescaballo and Ten Nights in a Barroom, Nineteenth-Century American Musical Theatre, no. 8, Deane L. Root, gen. ed. (New York: Garland Press, 1994); "Popular Music in the United States: 1820-1880," in Alan Gilmourand John Shepherd gen.eds., The Universe of Music: A World History, vol. 10, (Washington, DC: Smith. Inst. Press, forthcoming); "Popular Music of the Parlor and Stage," in Timothy Rice and James Porter, gen. eds. Garland Encyclopedia of World Music vol. 8: North America volume, ed. Ellen Koskoff (New York: Garland Press, forthcoming); American National Biography, ed. John A. Garraty (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, forthcoming); "Nineteenth-Century Popular Music," in The Cambridge History of American Music, ed. David Nicholls (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, forthcoming)
Address: Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37212; 906 Walnut Grove Rd., Christiana, TN 37037; dale.cockrell[at]vanderbilt.edu
[Updated 2001]

COCLANIS, PETER A.
Fellowship:
Daniels 77-78, "Economy and Society in Colonial Charleston" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Columbia)
Education: Columbia, M.A., 74; M.Phil., 76; Ph.D., 84
Current Position: assoc. provost and Albert R. Newsome Professor of history, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Fellowship Publications: The Shadow of a Dream: Economic Life and Death in the South Carolina Low Country, 1670-1920 (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1989) [Allan Nevins Prize]; 15 articles
Web Page: http://www.unc.edu/depts/history/faculty/coclanis.html
[Updated 1997]

COENS, THOMAS M.
Fellowship:
Peterson 02-03, "The Formation of the Jackson Party, 1822-1829" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Harvard)
Education: Yale, B.A., 96; Harvard, Ph.D., 04
Current Position: research asst. prof., Tennessee, and asst. ed. of The Papers of Andrew Jackson
Address:University of Tennessee, 213 Hoskins Library, Knoxville, TN, 37996; tcoens[at]utk.edu
[Updated 2006]

COHEN, DANIEL A.
Fellowship:
Botein 92-93, "Beyond Domesticity: Literary Images of Working-Class Women, 1790-1860" (asst. prof. of history, Florida International)
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 07-08, "Burning the Charlestown Convent: Private Lives, Public Outrage, and Contested Memory in Nineteenth-Century America" (assoc. prof. of history, Case Western)
Education: Amherst, B.A.,79; Duke, M.A., 80; Brandeis, 89
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, Case Western Reserve
Fellowship Publications:
"`The Female Marine' in an Era of Good Feelings: Cross-Dressing and the `Genius' of Nathaniel Coverly, Jr.," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 103 (October 1993): 359-93; "Mis Reed and the Superiors: The Contradictions of Convent Life in Antebellum America," Journal of Society History 30 (Fall 1996): 149-84; "The Respectability of Rebecca Reed: Genteel Womanhood and Sectarian Conflict in Antebellum America," Journal of the Early Republic 16 (Fall 1996): 419-461; "The Female Marine and Related Works: Narratives of Cross-Dressing and Urban Vice" in America's Early Republic (Amherst: Univ. of Massachusetts Press, 1997)
Other Publications: Pillars of Salt, Monuments of Grace: New England Crime Literature and the Origins of American Popular Culture, 1674-1860 (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1993); "Alvah Kelley's Cow: Household Feuds, Proprietary Rights, and the Charlestown Convent Riot," New England Quarterly 74 (December 2001): 531-79; "Blood Will Out: Sensationalism, Horror, and the Roots of American Crime Literature," in Nancy Isenberg and Andrew Burstein, eds., Mortal Remains: Death in Early America (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003), 31-55
Web Page: http://www.case.edu/artsci/hsty/cohen.html
[Updated 2007]

COHEN, JOANNA
Fellowship:
Last, 07-08, "Millions of Luxurious Citizens: Consumption and Citizenship in New York and Philadelphia, 1815-1876" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Pennsylvania)
Education: Cambridge, B.A., 01; Northwestern, M.A., 03; Cambridge, M.A., 05
Address: cohenjo3[at]sas.upenn.edu
[Updated 2008]

COHEN, KENNETH
Fellowship:
AHPCS 06-07, "'To Give Good Sport': The Making and Meaning of Sporting Leisure in Early America, 1750-1840" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Delaware)
Education: Allegheny, B.A., 98; Delaware, M.A., 00, M.A. certificate, 00; Winterthur, M.A., 02
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, St. Mary's College of Maryland
[Updated 2008]

COHEN, LARA
Fellowship:
Botein 08-09, "Counterfeit Presentments: Fraud and the Production of Nineteenth Century American Literature" (asst. prof. of English, Wayne State)
Education:
[Updated 2008]

COHEN, LESTER H.
Fellowship:
Daniels 81-82, "The Origins of American Liberalism, 1780-1820" (assoc. prof. of history, Purdue)
Education: California at Los Angeles, B.A., 66; Yale, M.A., 72, Ph.D., 74
[Updated 1997]

COHEN, MICHAEL C.
Fellowship:
Tracy 05-06, "Poetic Discourses in America, 1870-1915" (Ph.D. cand. in English, New York Univ.)
Education: Dartmouth, B.A., 00
[Updated 2005]

COHEN, PATRICIA CLINE
Fellowship:
Daniels 77-78, "Americans and Numbers" (asst. prof. of history, California at Santa Barbara)
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 87-88, "Safety and Danger: Women in Public" (assoc. prof. of history, California at Santa Barbara)
Fellowship: Mellon Dist. Scholar-in-Residence 01-02, "Thomas Low Nichols and Mary Gove Nichols: Sex and Marriage Reform in the 1840s" (prof. of history, California at Santa Barbara)
Education: Chicago, B.A., 68; California at Berkeley, Ph.D., 77
Current Position:
prof. of history, California at Santa Barbara
Fellowship Publications
: "Statistics and the State: Changing Social Thought and the Emergence of a Quantitative Mentality in America, 1790-1820," William and Mary Quarterly 3d ser., 38 (1981); A Calculating People: The Spread of Numeracy in Early America (Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1982; paperback, 1985, reprinted 1999 by Routledge); "The Helen Jewett Murder: Gender, Licentiousness and Violence in Antebellum America," NWSA Journal (1990); "The Early (and soon broken) Marriage of History and Statistics: Boston, 1839," Historical Methods (1990); "Safety and Danger: Women on American Public Transport, 1750-1850," in Susan Reverby and Dorothy Helly eds., Gendered Domains: Beyond the Public-Private Dichotomy in Women's History, (Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1992), 109-22; "Unregulatd Youth: Masculinity and Murder in the 1830s City," Radical History Review 52 (Winter1992); "Reckoning with Commerce: Numeracy in 17th- and 18th-Century America," in Roy Porter and John Brewer eds., Consumption and the World of Goods (New York: Routledge, 1993): 320-34; "Doing Women's History at the American Antiquarian Society," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 103 (April 1993); "The Mystery of Helen Jewett: Romantic Fiction and the Eroticization of Violence," Legal Studies Forum (Fall 1993); "Ministerial Misdeeds: Bishop Onderdonk's Trial for Sexual Harassment in the 1840s," The Journal of Women's History 7 (Fall 1995): 34-57, longer version in Susan Juster and Lisa MacFarland, eds., The Power of Faith: Explorations in Race and and Gender in American Protestantism (Cornell Univ. Press, 1996); The Murder of Helen Jewett (New York: Knopf, 1998, Vintage 1999)
Other Publications: The American Promise (Bedford Books, 1998, 2000, 2001)
Web Page: http://www.history.ucsb.edu/faculty/cohen-txt.htm
[Updated 2005]

COKINOS, CHRISTOPHER
Fellowship:
Artist 98, "Research American attitudes toward and representations of now-extinct bird species and subspecies" (creative writer, Manhattan, Kansas)
Education: Indiana, B.A., 86; Washington Univ., M.F.A., 91
Current Position: asst. prof. of English, Utah State
Fellowship Publications: Hope Is the Thing with Feathers: A Personal Chronicle of Vanished Birds (2000)
Web Page: http://websites.usu.edu/english/Document/index.asp?Parent=1881
[Updated 2005]

COLE, PHYLLIS B.
Fellowship:
Peterson 04-05, "Feminist Writers and the Periodical Press in Antebellum America" (prof. of English and American Studies, Penn State Delaware County)
Education: Oberlin, B.A.; Harvard, M.A., Ph.D.
[Updated 2005]

COLEMAN, DAWN
Fellowship:
NEMLA 06-07, "Preaching and the Rise of the American Novel" (asst. prof. of English, Tennessee)
Education: California at Los Angles, B.A., 93; Harvard, M.T.S., 97; Stanford, Ph.D., 04
[Updated 2006]

CONGER, VIVIAN BRUCE
Fellowship:
Hiatt 89-90, "Being Weak of Body but Firm of Mind and Memory: Widowhood in Colonial America, 1630-1750." (Ph.D. cand. in history, Cornell)
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Ithaca
Web Page: http://faculty.ithaca.edu/vconger/
[Updated 2005]

CONRAD, BARBARA D.
Fellowship:
K-12, 94, "American Music" (history teacher, California High School, San Ramon, California)
Education: Oregon, B.A., 55; California State at Hayward, M.S., 80
Current Position: retired
Fellowship Results: curriculum unit on early music and its relation to history for a U.S. History class
Other: IISEA Fellow to Japan; Fulbright-Hays fellow to Nigeria; U. of California-Berkeley fellow to Germany and Virginia; curriculum consulor for Extended Education
[Updated 1997]

COOK, JAMES W.
Fellowship:
Tracy 01-02, "Cracks in the White Republic" (asst. prof. of history and American studies, Butler)
Education: Princeton, B.A., 88; California at Berkeley, Ph.D., 96
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history and American culture, Michigan
Fellowship Publications: "Dancing Across the Color Line: A Story of Markets and Mixtures from New York's Five Points," Common-place, 3.2 (October, 2003); The Colossal P.T. Barnum Reader (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2005)
Other Publications: "From the Age of Reason to the Age of Barnum," Winterthur Portfolio, 30: 4 (Fall 1995); Of Men, Missing Links, and Nondescripts, Freakery: Cultural Spectacles of the Extraordinary Body, (New York: New York University Press, 1996); "Mass Marketing and Cultural History," American Quarterly, 51: 1 (March 1999); The Arts of Deception: Playing With Fraud in the Age of Barnum, (Harvard University Press, 2001); "Dancing Across the Color Line: A Story of Mixtures and Markets in New Yorks Five Points," Common-place, 4.1 (October 2003); "Master Juba, King of All Dancers!" Discourses in Dance, 4.1 (2006); The Cultural Turn in U.S. History (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008)
Web Page: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/history/facstaff/facultydetail.asp?ID=51
[Updated 2008]

COOK, JONATHAN A.
Fellowship:
Peterson 98-99, "The Apocalyptic Imagination in the American Renaissance"
Education: Harvard, B.A.; Columbia, M.A., 88; M.Phil., 91; Ph.D., 93
Current Position: adj. prof. at Northern Virginia Comm. College, Alexandra, VA
Other Publications
: "New Heavens, Poor Old Earth: Satirical Apocalypse in Hawthorne's Moses from an Old Manse", ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 39 (Fourth Quarter 1993): 209-51; "'Prodigious Poop': Comic Context and Psychological Subtext in Irving's Knickerbocker History," Nineteenth-Century Literature 49 (March 1995): 483-512; Satirical Apocalypse: An Anatomy of Melville's "The Confidence-Man" (Greenwood Press,1996); "The Typological Design of Melville's 'The Apple-Tree Table.'" Texas Studies in Literature and Language 40 (Summer 1998): 121-41; "Parke Godwin" in Antebellum Writers in New York and the South, ed. Kent Ljungquist, Dictionary of Literary Biography (Detriot: Gale Research, forthcoming)
Address: 2730 Chain Bridge Road, NW, Washington, DC 20016; jonathancook[at]columbiabooks.com
[Updated 2001]

COOKE, NYM
Fellowship:
Hiatt 82-83, "Lives of the Psalmodists"
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 92-93, "Sacred Music in New England, 1720-1780: From Ritual Towards Art"
Education: Harvard, A.B., 74; Michigan, M.A., 80, Ph.D., 90
Current Position: teacher, Eagle Hill School
Fellowship Publications
: "Itinerant Yankee Singing Masters in the Eighteenth Century," in Itinerancy in New England and New York (Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife, Annual Proceedings, 1984), pp.16-36; "American Psalmodists in Contact and Collaboration,1770-1820" (Ph.D. diss., Michigan, 1990)
Other Publications: "William Billings inthe District of Maine, 1780," American Music 9 (fall 1991); "Sacred Music," in Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies (Char Scribner Sons, 1993); Awake to Joy!/Christmas Carols forPart-Singing (Toad Hill Music, 1995; 3rd printing, 1997); "William Billings: Representative American Psalmodist?, The Quarterly Journal of Music Teaching and Learning 7 (Spring 1996); Timothy Swan: Psalmody and Secular Songs (A-REditions, 1997); "Sacred Music to 1800," in The Cambridge History of American Music (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1998); "Sacred Music," in Encyclopedia of New England Culture (Yale Univ. Press, forthcoming)
Address: Eagle Hill School, 242 Old Petersham Road, Hardwick, MA, 01037; 290 Wine Road, New Braintree, MA 01531; ncooke@ehs1.org
Web Page: www.ehs1.org
[Updated 2006]

COOLEY, NICOLE
Fellowship:
Artist 99, The Afflicted Girls: A book of poetry about the Salem Witch Trials (asst. prof. of English, Queens College, City Univ. of New York)
Education: Brown, B.A., 88; Iowa, M.F.A., 90; Emory, Ph.D., 96
Current Position: assoc. prof. of English, Queens College, City Univ. of New York
Fellowship Publications: "Archival, Testimony: Poetry and the Salem Witch Trials," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 110 (2000): 269-72; The Afflicted Girls (Louisiana State Univ. Press, 2004) [chosen as one of the best poetry books of 2004 by Library Journal
Other Publications: Resurrection (Louisiana State University Press, 1996) [winner of the 1995 Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets]
Address: Dept. of English, Queens College, CUNY, 65-30 Kissena Blvd., Flushing, NY 11367-1597
Web Page: http://www.poets.org/poet.php/prmPID/171
[Updated 2006]

CORMAN, CATHERINE A.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 00-01, "Reading, Writing, and Removal: Native American Literacies, 1820-1851" (asst. prof. of history, Harvard)
Education: Pomona, B.A., 84; Yale, M.A., M.Phil., 93, Ph.D., 98
Current Position: non-resident fellow at the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, Harvard
Other Publications: Positively ADD: Real Success Stories to Inspire your Dreams with Edward M. Hallowell, M.D. (New York: Walker & Company, 2006)
Web Page: http://www.catherinecorman.com
[Updated 2006]

CORNELL, SAUL A.
Fellowship:
Hiatt 87-88, "The Political Thought and Culture of the Antifederalists" (Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Pennsylvania)
Education: Amherst, B.A., 82; Univ. of Sussex, 81; Pennsylvania, M.A., 83, Ph.D., 89
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Ohio State
Fellowship Publications:
"Aristocracy Assailed: The Ideology of Backcountry Anti-Federalism," Journal American History 76 (1990): 1148-72; The Other Founders: Anti-Federalism and the Dissenting Tradition in America (OIEAHC & Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1999)
Other Publications: "Observations on the `Late Remarkable Revolution in Government': Samuel Bryan and Aedanus Burke's Unpublished History of the Ratification Struggle in Pennsyvania," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (1988); "The Changing Historical Fortunes of the Anti-Federalists," Northwestern Univ. Law Review (1989); "Politics of the Middling Sort: The Bourgeois Radicalism of Abraham Yates, Melancton Smith and the New York Antifederalists," in Paul Gilje and William Pencak eds., New York in the Age of the Constitution, (1992); "Early American History in a Post-Modern Age," William and Mary Quarterly 50 (1993) 329-341
Web Page: http://history.osu.edu/people/person.cfm?ID=4
[Updated 2005]

CORRIGAN, JOHN
Fellowship:
R.A. 90-91, "Reason, Passion, and Religion in the Eighteenth Century" (asst. prof. of religious studies, Virginia)
Education: Chicago, Ph.D., 82
Current Position: Edwin Scott Gaustad prof. of religion and prof. of history, Florida State; dir., Institute for the Study of Emotion; Co-Ed., Journal of Southern Religion
Fellowship Publications:
"`Habits from the Heart': The American Enlightenment and Religious Ideas about Emotion and Habit," Journal of Religion 73 (1993): 183-99; (co-author) Religion in America (Macmillan, 1998); Business of the Heart: Religion and Emotion in the Nineteenth Century (Univ. of California Press, 2001)
Other Publications: The Hidden Balance: Religion and the Social Theories of Charles Chauncy and Jonathan Mayhew (New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1987); The Prism of Piety: Catholic Congregational Clergy at the Beginning of the Enlightenment (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1991); (with Winthrop Hudson) Religion in America (New York: Macmillan, 1991); Jews, Christians, Muslims (Prentice Hall, 1997); Reading in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (Prentice Hall, 1998); Emotion and Religion (Greenwood, 2000); ed. Religion and Emotion: Approaches and Interpretations (Oxford, 2004)
Address: Religion Dept., M05 Dodd Hall, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306-1520
Web Page: http://www.fsu.edu/~religion/People/Faculty/Dr_John_Corrigan.html
[Updated 2005]

COTLAR, SETH
Fellowship:
Peterson 97-98, "In Paine's Absence: The Europeanization of American Political Thought, 1787-1803." (Ph.D. cand. in history, Northwestern)
Education: Brown, B.A., 90; Northwestern, Ph.D., 00
Current Position: asst. prof., Willamette
Fellowship Publications:
In Paine's Absence TheTran-Atlantic Dynamics of American Popular Political Thought, 1789-1804 (Ph.D.. Diss., Northwestern Univ., 2000); "Radical Conceptions of Property Rights and Economic Equality in the Early Republic: The Trans-Atlantic Dimension" Explorations in Early American Culture v. 4 (2000), 191-219; "Joseph Gales and the Making of the Jeffersonian Middle Class" in Peter Onuf, Jan Lewis, and James Horn, eds., Thomas Jefferson and the Revolution of 1800 (forthcoming, Univ. of Virginia Press); "Re-thinking the Alien and Sedition Acts as a Trans-Atlantic Event," in David Waldstreicher, Jeffrey Pasley, an Andrew Robertson, eds., Beyond the Founders: New Approaches to the Political History of thet Early American Republic (forthcoming, Univ. of North Carolina Press)
Address: History Dept., Willamette University, 900 State Street, Salem, OR 97301
Web Page: http://www.willamette.edu/cla/history/cotlar_s.htm
[Updated 2005]

COUNTRYMAN, EDWARD
Fellowship:
Haven 83-84, "Liberty, Liberalism, and the Making of Republican America" (senior lecturer, Warwick)
Education: Manhattan, B.A., 66; Cornell, M.A., 67, Ph.D., 71
Current Position: prof. of American history, Southern Methodist
Fellowship Publications:
The American Revolution (1985); "`To Secure the Blessings of Liberty': Language, Capitalism, and the Revolution," in Alfred F. Young, ed., Beyond the American Revolution (DeKalb: Northern Illinois Univ. Press, 1993)
Other Publications: A People in Revolution: The American Revolution and Political Society in New York (1981); The People's American Revolution (1984); contributor to The British Film Institute Companion to the Western (1988); co-author, vol.1, Who Built America (1989); "The Uses of Capital in Revolutionary America: The Case of the New York Loyalist Merchants," William and Mary Quarterly (1992); co-author, A New History of New York State (forthcoming); "Indians, the Colonial Order, and the Social Significance of the American Declaration," William and Mary Quarterly (1996); Americans: A Collision of Histories (New York: Hill & Wang, 1996; paperback, 1997; British edition, London, I.B. Tauris, 1997)
Web Page: http://faculty.smu.edu/ecountry/
[Updated 2005]

COUTO, NANCY VIEIRA
Fellowship:
Artist 95, "Book of Poems and Prose Pieces on America Vesspucci" (tent. titled Amcan Escapade) (Poet and freelance ed./consultant, Ithaca, NY)
Education: Bridgewater State, B.S.,64; Cornell, M.F.A., 80
Fellowship Results: readings from American Escapade at Cornell (10/10/96) and Book & Bowl, Ithaca, NY (4/6/96); Poems in the Letters of the Mohawk Alphabet, in The Bookpress Quarterly 2, no. 2
Other: The Face in theWater (Univ. of Pittsburg Press, 1990); Gettysburg Rev. Award for 1994 in the Field of Poetry; Agnes Lynch Starrett , Univ. of Pittsburg Press, 1989
Address: 508 Turner Place, Ithaca, NY 14850; nvcouto[at]juno.com
[Updated 2001]

CRAIN, PATRICIA
Fellowship:
Hiatt 92-93, "Cultures of Reading in the American Renaissance" (Ph.D. cand. in English and comparative literature, Columbia)
Fellowship: AAS-ASECS 97-98, "The Story of A: Alphabetization and American Literature from The New England Primer to The Scarlet Letter" (asst. prof. of English, Princeton)
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 05-06, "Spectral Literacy: Children, Property, and Media in the Nineteenth Century United States " (assoc. prof. of English, Minnesota)
Education: Bennington, B.A., 70; Columbia, M.A., 89; Ph.D., 96
Current Position: assoc. prof. of English, New York
Fellowship Publications: The Story of A: Alphabetization and American Literature from the New England Primer to the Scarlet Letter (Ph.D. diss., Princeton, 1996; Stanford Univ. Press, 2000) [Modern Language Association Prize for a First Book, 2001]
"Children of Media, Children as Media: Optical Telegraphs, Indian Pupils, and Joseph Lancaster's 'System' for Cultural Replication" in Lisa Gitelman and Geoff Pingree, eds., New Media, 1750-1914: Studies in Cultural Definition and Change (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2003)
[Updated 2005]

CRAWFORD, RICHARD
Fellowship:
U.S. Steel 72-73, "A Bibliography of American Sacred Music Imprints Through 1810" (asst. prof. of music, Michigan)
Fellowship: Mellon 73-74, "A Bibliography of American Sacred Music Imprints Through 1810" (asst. prof. of music, Michigan)
Education: Michigan, B.M., 58, M.M., 59, Ph.D., 65
Current Position: Hans T. David Distinguished University Prof Emeritus, Michigan
Fellowship Publications:
American Sacred Music Imprints, 1698-1810: A Bibliography (American Antiquarian Society, 1990) [Vincent H. Duckles Award]
Other Publications: Andrew Law: American Psalmodist (1968); William Billings of Boston (1975) [Otto Kinkeldey Award for Musical Excellence]; The Core Repertory of Early American Psalmody (1984) [Irving Lowens Award of the Sonneck Society for American Music]; (co-ed. and contrib.) A Celebration of American Music (1990); (co-author) Jazz Standards on Record, 1900-1942 (1992); The American Musical Landscape (1993); Ed.-in-chief: Music of the United States of America (MUSA), a national series of scholarly editions
Web Page: http://www.music.umich.edu/faculty/emeritus/crawford.richard.lasso
[Updated 2005]

CRESSY, DAVID
Fellowship:
Daniels 80-81, "Literacy and Its Uses in Early America" (visiting assoc. prof. of history, Claremont Grad. School)
Education: Cambridge, B.A., 67, M.A., 71, Ph.D., 73
Current Position: prof. of history, Ohio State
Fellowship Publications: "The Environment for Literacy: Accomplishment and Context in Seventeenth-Century England and New England," in Daniel P. Resnick ed., Literacy in Historical Perspective, (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1983); Coming Over: Migration and Communication between England and New England, 1620-1720 (New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1987)
Other Publications: Literacy and the Social Order: Reading and Writing in Tudor and Stuart England (New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1980); "Kinship and Kin Interaction in Early Modern England," Past and Present 113 (1986); Bonfire and Bells: National Memory and the Protestant Calendar in Elizabethan and Stuart England (Berkeley and Los Angeles: Univ. of California Press, 1990); "De la Fiction dans les Archives? ou le Monstre de 1569," Annales E.S.C. (1993); "Purification, Thanksgiving, and the Churching of Women in Post-Reformation England," Past and Present (1993); "Literacy in Context: Meaning and Measurement in Early Modern England," in John Brewer and Roy Porter, eds., Consumption and the World of Goods (London: Routledge, 1993); Birth, Marriage and Death: Ritual, Religion on the Life Cycle in Turdor and Stuart England (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1997); Travesties and Transgressions in Tudor and Stuart England: Tales of Discord and Dissension (Oxford Univ. Press, 2000); Agnes Bowker's Cat: Travesties and Transgression in Tudor and Stuart England (Oxford Univ. Press, 2001); Society and Culure in Early Modern England (Ashgate, 2003)
Web Page: http://history.osu.edu/people/person.cfm?ID=678
[Updated 2005]

CROSBY, SARA
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 05-06, "The Female Poisoner and Poular Print Media in New England, 1640-1860" (recent Ph.D., Notre Dame)
Education: Alabama, B.A., 97; Notre Dame, M.A., 00
[Updated 2005]

CULLON, JOSEPH
Fellowship:
Peterson 00-01, "The Work of Many Hands: Ships and the Economic Culture of Early New England" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Wisconsin at Madison)
Fellowship: Mellon Post-Dissertation 05-06, "Colonial Shipwrights and their World: Men, Women, and Markets in Early New England" (asst. prof. of history, Dartmouth)
Education: Cornell, B.S., 91; Wisconsin at Madison, M.S., 95, M.A., 98, Ph.D.
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Dartmouth
Web Page: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~history/faculty/cullon.html
[Updated 2005]

CUMMINS, MAUREEN
Fellowship:
Hearst Artist 00, "Heretics, Heathens, and Hellians; Animals,Cannibals and Savages; and Witches, Bitches, and Faggots" (book artist, Brooklyn, NY)
Education: Cooper Union, B.F.A., 85
Fellowship Publications: The Business is Suffering 2003, edition of 50, 56 pages, 13"x9"
Other Publications: The Masque (Washington Joshua Heller Rare Books, 1996)
Exhibitions: "Marginalia" at the Ceres Gallery, New York, January 4 - 26, 2002; "Book Artist as Witness" at Swathmore College Library, January 10-February 28, 2005
Address: 543 Union Street, #40, Brooklyn NY 11215; 314 13th Street, Brooklyn NY 11215; maureencummins[at]earthlink.net
Web Page: http://www.booklyn.org/artists/Maureen%20Cummins,%20High%20Falls,%20NY.php
[Updated 2005]

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