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1972-Present

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HA, POLLY
Fellowship:
Peterson 06-07, "The Decalogue and Formation of Denomination" (research fellow in history, Cambridge)
Education: Yale, B.A., 02
[Updated 2006]

HABERMAN, ROBB
Fellowship:
Legacy 04-05, "Magazine Production and the Economics of the Print Trade in Post-Revolutionary America" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Connecticut)
Education: Alabama at Tuscaloosa, B.A., 92; Georgia State, M.A., 98 [Updated 2005]

HACKENBERG, MICHAEL
Fellowship:
Boni 86-87, "The Subscription Publishing Phenomenon"; "William Still's Selling of The Underground Railroad in Philadelphia"; "The Firm of Deming and Francis in Wethersfield, CT"; "The Career of Robert Sears of New York" (asst. prof. of librarianship, Chicago)
Education: Wichita State, B.A., 69; California at Berkeley, M.L.S., 73, Ph.D., 83
Current Position: partner, Bolerium Books, San Francisco
Other Publications:
"Hawking Subscription Books in 1870: A Salesman's Prospectus from Western Pennsylvania," PBSA 78 (1984); (ed. and author) "The Subscription Publishing Network in Nineteenth-Century America," in Getting the Books Out: Papers of the Chicago Conference on the Book in 19th-Century America (Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1987)
[Updated 1997]

HADDEN, SALLY E.
Fellowship:
Peterson 94-95, "Slave Patrols of the Old South" and "Newspapers as Disseminators of Legal information" (assoc. prof. of history, Toledo)
Education: North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., 84; Harvard M.A., 85, Ph.D. 93; Harvard Law, J.D. 89
Current Position: asst. prof. of history and law, Florida State
Fellowship Publications: "Colonial and Revolutionary Era Slave Patrols in Virginia," in Michael Bellesiles, ed., Lethal Imagination (New York Univ. Press, 1998); Slave Patrols: Law and Violence in Virginia and the Carolinas (Harvard Univ. Press, 2001)
Other Publications: "The War of 1812," in John Findlay and Frank Thackeray, eds., Events that Shaped Nineteenth Century America (Greenwood Press); "James Madison,"in John Findlay and Frank Thackeray, eds., Statesmen who Changed theWorld (Greenwood Press, 1993); "Redefining the Boundaries of Public History: Mystic Seaport Goes Online and On Board with Amistad," OAH Newsletter (May 1998); Thomas Ruffin and State v. Mann," in Christ Waldrep and Donald Nieman,eds., Race and Criminal Justice in the Nineteenth-Century (Univ. of Georgia Press, 1999)
Web Page: http://mailer.fsu.edu/~shadden/
[Updated 2005]

HAGEDORN, NANCY L.
Fellowship:
Peterson 87-88, "Mediating the Exchange of Cultures: Interpreters among the Iroquois, 1664-1775" (Ph.D. cand. in history, William & Mary)
Fellowship: Peterson 98-99, "Interpreters Among the Iroquois, 1664-1775" (asst. prof. of history, St. John's)
Education: Cincinnati, B.A., William & Mary, Ph.D., 95
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, SUNY Fredonia
Fellowship Publications: "`Faithful, Knowing, and Prudent': Andrew Montour as Interpreter and Cultural Broker, 1740-1772," in Margaret Connell Szasz, ed., Between Indian and White Worlds: The Cultural Broker (Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1994); "'A Friend to go Between Them': Interpretators Among the Iroquois, 1664-1775," (Ph.D. diss., William & Mary, 1995)
Other Publications: "`A Friend to Go Between Them': The Interpreter as Cultural Broker during Anglo-Iroquois Councils, 1740-70," Ethnohistory 35 (1988): 60-80; (with James M. Gaynor) Tools: Working Wood in Eighteenth-Century America (Williamsburg: Colonial Williamsburg Fdn., 1993); "Broker of Understanding: Interpretors as Agents of Cultural Exchange in Colonial New York," New York History (October 1995), 279-408 [Honorable Mention Award in Kerr History Prize Competition of New York Historical Association, 1996]
Web Page: http://www.fredonia.edu/department/history/hagedorn.asp
[Updated 2005]

HAGENBUCH, GARY L.
Fellowship:
K-12 95, "To Develop a Curriculum Unit Based upon Worcester,1825-1850" (Grade 6, West Tatnuck School, Worcester, MA)
Education: Worcester State, B.A., 68, M.Ed. 72, C.A.G.S.,87; Assumption, M.A., 75; Harvard, M.Ed., 89
Current Position: grade 5, Thorndyke Road School, Worcester
Fellowship Results
: developing a curriculum unit focusing on Worcester in the 1830s; workshops on local history museum resources
Other: History teacher of the year - Worcester Public Schools (1984); Hiatt Fellowship -Harvard Grad. School. of Ed. (1989); Thomas Green Public Service Award-WMRB (1991)
Address: 119 Monadnock Rd., Worcester, MA 01609; glhagenbuch[at]yahoo.com
[Updated 2001]

HALE, MATTHEW
Fellowship:
Legacy 00-01, "Neither Britons nor Frenchmen: The Creation of American Nationality, 1789-1815" (Ph.D. cand. in American history, Brandeis)
Education: Middlebury, B.A., 93, Brandeis, Ph.D., 02
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Mississippi State
Web Page: http://www.msstate.edu/dept/history/hale.html
[Updated 2005]

HALEY, MEGAN
Fellowship: Peterson 96-97, "Pest Control Strategies and Their Social Implications in the Chesapeake Area, 1600-1800" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, William & Mary)
Education: Wellesley, B.A., 90; William & Mary, M.A., 93
Current Position: curator, the Stonewall Jackson House
[Updated 1997]

HALL, DAVID D.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 81-82, "History of Popular Culture in Colonial New England" (prof. of history, Boston Univ.)
Fellowship: Mellon Dist. Scholar-in-Residence 04-05, "A New History of Puritan America" (Bartlett Professor of New England Church History, Harvard Divinity School)
Education: Harvard, B.A., 58; Yale, Ph.D., 64
Current Position: prof. of American religious history, Harvard Divinity School
Fellowship Publications: "The Uses of Literacy in New England,1600-1850," in William L. Joyce et al., ed., Printing and Society in Early America (Worcester: AAS, 1983); "A World of Wonders: The Mentality of the Supernatural in Seventeenth-Century New England," in David D. Hall and David G. Allen eds., Seventeenth-Century New England (Boston, 1984); Worlds of Wonder, Days of Judgment: Popular Religious Belief in Early New England (New York: Knopf, 1989) [co-winner of 1991 Merle Curti Prize]
Other Publications: The Faithful Shepherd: A History of the New England Ministry in the Seventeenth Century (Chapel Hill, 1972); Puritanism in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts (1968); co-ed., with John Murrin and Thad Tate, Saints and Revolutionaries: Essays on Early American History (1983); Witch-hunting in New England, 1638-1692: A Documentary History (Boston, 1990)
Web Page: http://www.hds.harvard.edu/faculty/hall.html
[Updated 2005]

HALL, MICHAEL G.
Fellowship:
Daniels 75-76, "The Diaries of Increase Mather" (prof. of history, Texas)
Education: Princeton, A.B., 49; Johns Hopkins, Ph.D., 56
Current Position: prof. emeritus, Texas at Austin
Fellowship Publications: co-author, with William Joyce, "Three Manuscripts of Increase Mather," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 86 (1976); co-author, with William Joyce, "The Half-Way Covenant of 1662: Some New Evidence," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 87 (1977); The Last American Puritan: The Life of Increase Mather (1988)
Other Publications: ed., The Autobiography of Increase Mather," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 72 (1961); Edward Randolph and the American Colonies, 1776-1703 (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1960); co-ed., with Lawrence Leder and Michael Kammen, The Glorious Revolution in America (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1964)
Web Page: http://www.utexas.edu/courses/hall/
[Updated 2005]

HALTMAN, KENNETH
Fellowship:
Peterson 93-94, "The Invention of Ethnographic Portraiture" (Postdoctoral fellow in the history of art, Bryn Mawr)
Education: Wesleyan, B.A., 80; Yale, M.A., 85, Ph.D., 92
Current Position: assoc. prof. of art history and American studies, Michigan State
Other Publications:
"Private Impressions and Public Views: The Long Expedition Sketchbooks of Titian Ramsay Peale, 1819-1820," Yale Univ. Art Gallery Bulletin (1989): 38-53; "Between Science and Art: Titian Ramsey Peale's Long Expedition Sketches, Newly Discovered at the State Historical Society of Iowa," Palimpsest: Journal of the Iowa State Historical Society 74 (1993): 62-81; "Titian Ramsay Peale: Specimen Portraiture, or Natural History as Family History" in The Peale Family: Creation of A Legacy, 1770-1870, ed. Lillian B. Miller, exh. cat., (Abbeville Press w/ The Natl. Port. Gall, 1996): 186-201, 294-295; "The Poetics of Geologic Reverie: Figures of Source and Origin in Samuel Seymour's Landscapes of the Rocky Mountains," Huntington Library Quarterly (Fall 1997); forty-three art. and bio. ent. in The New Encyclopedia of the American West, ed. Howard R. Lamar (Yale Univ. Press, 1998); Earth and Reveries of Will, Gaston Bachelard (Paris, Josi Corti, 1997), critical translation with notes (The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, forthcoming); Figures in A Western Landscape: Expeditionary Art and Science in the Early Republic (Princeton Univ. Press, forthcoming)
Web Page: http://www.art.msu.edu/people/haltman.html
[Updated 2005]

HALTTUNEN, KAREN
Fellowship:
Peterson 87-88, "Murder and the Gothic Imagination in American Culture" (assoc. prof. of history and American culture, Northwestern)
Fellowship: R.A. 88-89, "Murder and the Gothic Imagination in American Culture" (assoc. prof. of history and American culture, Northwestern)
Fellowship: Peterson 95-96, "Jacob's Pillows: Natural History and Memory in the Making of New England" (prof. of history, California at Davis)
Fellowship: Mellon Dist. Scholar-in-Residence 99-00, "Jacob's Pillows: Natural History and Memory in the Making of New England" (prof. of history, California at Davis)
Education: Brown, B.A., 73; Yale, Ph.D., 79
Current Position: prof. of history, Southern California
Fellowship Publications: "`Domestic Differences': Competing Narratives of Womanhood in the Murder Trial of Lucretia Chapman," in Shirley Samuels, ed., The Culture of Sentiment: Race, Gender, and Sentimentality in 19th-Century America (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1992); "Early American Narratives: The Birth of Horror," in Richard Fox and Jackson Lears, eds., The Power of Culture: Critical Essays in American History (Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1993); Murder Most Foul! The Killer and the American Gothic Imagination (Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1998); "Mountain Christenings: Landscape and Memory in Edward Hitchcocks New England," in Peter Benes, ed., New England Celebrates: Spectacle, Commemoration, and Festivity (Boston University Scholarly Publications, 2002)
Other Publications: Confidence Men and Painted Women: A Study of Middle-Class Culture in America, 1830-1870 (1983); "Gothic Imagination and Social Reform: The Haunted Houses of Lyman Beecher, Henry Ward Beecher, and Harriet Beecher Stowe," in Eric Sundquist ed., New Essays on `Uncle Tom's Cabin,' (1986); "The Domestic Drama of Louisa May Alcott," Feminist Studies 10 (1984): 233-54
Web Page: http://www.usc.edu/assets/college/faculty/profiles/2786.html
[Updated 2005]

HAMILTON, CYNTHIA
Fellowship:
Peterson 01-02, "Representations of the Freedmen 1861-76" (senior lecturer, Manchester Metropolitan)
Education: Wheaton, A.B., 71; Sussex, D.Phil., 84
[Updated 2001]

HAMILTON, WILLIAM B.
Fellowship:
Daniels 79-80, "Preachers and Professionalism" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Yale)
[Updated 1997]

HANCOCK, DAVID J.
Fellowship:
AAS-ASECS 03-04, "Oceans of Wine, Empires of Commerce: Madeira Wine and the Self-Organization of the Atlantic Market Economy, 1640-1815"
Education: William & Mary, A.B., 80; Yale, A.M., 83; Harvard, A.M., 84, Ph.D., 90
Current Position: prof. of history, Michigan
Fellowship Publications: Oceans of Wine (Yale University Press, 2008)
Other Publications: Citizens of the World (1995); Commission Merchants, Slave Traders and Absentee Planters of the Late-Seventeenth Century (2002)
Address: hancockd[at]umich.edu
Web Page: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/history/facstaff/facultydetail.asp?ID=72
[Updated 2008]

HANDSMAN, RUSSELL G.
Fellowship: Peterson, 93-94, "Challenging the Silences in New England History: John Milton Earle and the Indian People of Massachusetts" (independent scholar, Litchfield, CT)
Education: Franklin & Marshall, B.A., 70; American, Ph.D., 76
[Updated 1997]

HANSEN, KAREN V.
Fellowship:
Peterson 88-89, "The Social Dimension of Laborers' Lives, 1810-60" (Ph.D. cand. in sociology, California at Berkeley)
Education: California at Santa Barbara, B.A.,77, M.A., 79; California at Berkeley, Ph.D., 89
Current Position: prof. of sociology & women's and gender studies, Brandeis
Fellowship Publications
: "`Helped Put in a Quilt': Male Intimacy and Men's Work in Nineteenth-Century New England," Gender and Society 3 (1989): 334-54
Other Publications: "Women's Unions and the Search for Political Identity," Socialist Review 86 (1986): 67-95; "Feminist Conceptions of Public and Private: A Critical Analysis," Berkeley Journal of Sociology 32 (1987):105-28; Women, Class, and the Feminist Imagination (Philadelphia: Temple Univ. Press, 1990); A Very Social Time: Crafting Community in Antebellum New England (Berkeley and Los Angeles: Univ. of California Press, 1994); (ed. w/Anita I.Garey) Families in the U.S.: Kinship and Domestic Politics (Temple Univ. Press, 1998); "'No Kisses Is Like Youres': An Erotic Friendship between Two African-American Women during the Mid-19th Century" Gender History 7, no. 2 (August 1995); Not-So-Nuclear Families: Class, Gender, and Networks of Care (Rutgers University Press, 2005)
Address: Brandeis University, Sociology, MS071, Waltham, MA, 02454-9110; khansen[at]brandeis.edu
Web Page: http://www.brandeis.edu/departments/sociology/hansen.html
[Updated 2006]

HANSON, CHARLES PARKER
Fellowship:
Peterson 91-92, "From the Quebec Act to the French Alliance:Anti-Catholicism in Revolutionary New England" (Ph.D. cand. in history, California at Berkeley)
Education: Harvard, A.B., 82; California at Berkeley, M.A., 89; California at Berkeley, Ph.D., 1993
Current Position: U.S. history dept. chair, Menlo School
Fellowship Publications: A Necessary Virtue: The Reconfiguration of Religious Differences in Revolutionary New England (Univ. Press of Virginia, 1998)
Web Page: http://sun.menloschool.org/%7Echanson/
[Updated 2005]

HARLEY, JOHN BRIAN
(Died, Dec. 20, 1991)
Fellowship:
Daniels 76-77, "Maps in Eighteenth-Century North American Libraries" (reader in geography, Exeter)
Education: Birmingham (England), B.A., 55, Ph.D., 60, D.Litt., 85
Fellowship Publications: "Atlas Maker for Independent America," Geographical Magazine 49 (1977): 766-71
Other Publications: Co-author, with Barbara Petchenik and Lawrence Towner, Mapping the American Revolutionary War (Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1978); co-author, with David Woodward, The History of Cartography, vol.1 (Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1987); vol. 2, book 1, Cartography in the Traditional Islamic and South Asian Societies (Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1992)
[Updated 1992]

HARRIS, MICHAEL H.
Fellowship:
U.S. Steel 72-72, "Book Traders and Books in the Ohio Valley, 1800-1850" (asst. prof. of library science, Kentucky)
Education: North Dakota, B.A., 63; Illinois, M.S.L.S., 64; Indiana, Ph.D., 71
Current Position: prof. emeritus, Kentucky
Fellowship Publications: "Books Stocked by Six Indiana General Stores, 1800-1850," Journal of Library History 9 (1974); "Subscription Book Sales on the Frontier," American Book Collector 26 (1976); "Books! Books! Books! The Estate Auction as a Source of Books in Frontier Southern Indiana, 1800-1850," Proof 5 (1977): 15-26; co-author with Wayne Cutler, Justin Winsor: Scholar-Librarian (1980); "`Spiritual Cakes upon the Waters': The Church as a Disseminator of the Printed Word on the Ohio Valley Frontier to 1850," in Michael Hackenberg, ed., Getting the Books Out (Washington: Library of Congress, 1987), pp. 98-120; The Age of Jewett: Charles Coffin Jewett and American Librarianship, 1841-1868 (Littleton, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1975)
Other Publications: Into the Future: The Foundations of Library and Information Services in the Post Industrial Era (Ablex, 1993)
Web Page: http://www.uky.edu/CommInfoStudies/SLIS/svitae.htm
[Updated 2005]

HARRISON, CANDICE L.
Fellowship:
Peterson 06-07, "The Politics of Exchange in Philadelphia's Public Markets, 1770-1859" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Emory)
Education: Emory, B.A., 99; M.A., 05
[Updated 2006]

HARTHORN, STEVEN P.
Fellowship:
Botein 02-03, "James Fenimore Cooper and the American Literary Market, 1838-1851" (Ph.D. cand. in English, Tennessee at Knoxville)
Education: Calvin, B.A., 94; Tennessee, M.A., 96, Ph.D., 05
Current Position: asst. prof. of English, Williams Baptist
Fellowship Publications: James Fenimore Cooper, Professional Authorship, and the American Literary Marketplace, 1838-1851 (diss., 2005)
Current Position: Williams Baptist College, Dept. of English, P.O. Box 3654, Walnut Ridge, AR 72476
[Updated 2007]

HATCH, NATHAN O.
Fellowship:
Daniels 77-78, "From Revolution to Reaction" (asst. prof. of history, Notre Dame)
Education: Wheaton, B.A., 68; Washington, M.A., 72, Ph.D., 74
Current Position: Provost, Notre Dame
Other Publications
: "The Christian Movement and the Demand for a Theology of the People," Journal of American History (1980); co-ed., with Mark A. Noll, The Bible in America (1982); co-ed., with Harry S. Stout, Jonathan Edwards and the American Experience (New York: Oxford, 1988); The Democratization of American Christianity (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1989); ed., The Professions in American History, (Notre Dame, 1988)
Web Page: http://www.nd.edu/~history/faculty/profiles/hatchno.shtml
[Updated 2005]

HATCHER, JEFFREY
Fellowship:
Artist 95, "Sockdology, a Play about the Actors in the Play Our American Cousin" (playwright, Minneapolis, MN)
Education: Denison, B.A., 80
Fellowship Works: Sockdology
Other Works: Stage Beauty (distributed by Lions Gate Films, 2004)
[Updated 1997]

HAULMAN, KATE (CATHERINE A.)
Fellowship:
Peterson 99-00, "Dress Display and the Politics of Fashion in Eighteenth Century America" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Cornell)
Education: Florida State, B.A., 94; Southern Methodist, M.A., 96; Cornell, M.A., 98, Ph.D. 02
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Ohio State
Fellowship Publications: "A Short History of the High Roll: Big Hair, Eighteenth-Century Style," Common-place 2 (October 2001); "Room in Back: Before and Beyond the Nation in Women's/Gender History," in Journal of Women's History, 15 (Spring 2003)
Web Page: http://history.osu.edu//people/person.cfm?ID=2203
[Updated 2006]

HAWLEY, ELIZABETH HAVEN
Fellowship:
Reese 02-03, "American Publishers of Indecent Books, 1840-1890" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Georgia Institute of Technology)
Education: Baylor, B.A., 87; Georgia Institute of Technology, M.A., 01, Ph.D. 05
Fellowship Publications: "Mechanical Fingerprints and the Technology of Nineteenth-Century American Erotica," University of Toronto Quarterly 73 (2004): 1036-50
Web Page: http://www.prism.gatech.edu/~gt9037a/wElizabeth%20Haven%20Hawley.htm
[Updated 2006]

HAYNES, APRIL
Fellowship:
Hench 00-10, "Riotous Flesh: Confronting Gender and Sexuality through Grahamite Health Reform, 1830-1860"
Education: San Francisco State University, B.A.; California at Santa Barbara, M.A., Ph.D., 09
[Updated 2009]

HEADLEY, JANET
Fellowship:
Drawn to Art 02-03, "Structure in Urban Space: Public Monuments in Boston, 1825-1897" (assoc. prof. and chair of art history, Loyola)
Education: Delaware, B.A., 74; Temple, M.A., 77; Maryland, Ph.D., 88
[Updated 2005]

HEBEL, UDO J.
Fellowship:
Peterson 00-01, "Forefather' Day Orations and Celebrations between the American Revolution and the Civil War" (chair, American studies, Univ. of Regensburg, Germany)
Education: Mainz, Ph.D., 88; habilitation Mainz, 95
Current Position: prof. and chair of American studies, Univ. of Regensburg, Germany
Fellowship Publications: "The Rise and Fall of New England Forefathers' Day as a Site of National American Memory," Sites of Memory in American Literatures and Cultures. ed. Udo J. Hebel (Heidelberg: 2003): 141-192; "Forefathers' Day Orations, 1769-1865: An Introduction and Checklist," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 110 (2000): 377-416
Other Publications: "Survival Without Seasickness: Cotton Mather's Miniature Anthology of Sea Deliverance Narratives in Magnalia Christi Americana." The Sea and the American Imagination. ed. Klaus Benesch, Jon-K Adams, Kerstin Schmidt (Tuebingen: Stauffenburg, 2004): 15-36; "Historical Bonding With an Expiring Heritage: Revisiting the Plymouth Tercentenary Festivities of 1920/21," Celebrating Ethnicity and Nation: American Festive Culture from the Revolution to the Early Twentieth Century. ed. Geneviève Fabre, Jürgen Heideking, Kai Dreisbach (New York: Berghahn, 2001): 257-297; "Advocating a 'Peaceable Condition': On Rhetorics of Peace and Order in Seventeenth-Century New England," American Studies and Peace. ed. Dorothea Steiner and Thomas Hartl. (Frankfurt: Lang, 2001): 127-136; "The Negotiation of Puritan New England and Some Seventeenth-Century Origins of an American Rhetoric of Cultural Contradistinction," Negotiations of America's National Identity. ed. Roland Hagenbüchle and Josef Raab (Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2000): 1: 95-136; "New England Forefathers' Day Celebrations Between the American Revolution and the Civil War," Ceremonies and Spectacles: Performing American Culture. ed. Teresa Alves et al. (Amsterdam: VU Univ. P, 2000): 111-143; "'A Stranger in a Strange Land': Some Account of the Fore Part of the Life of Elizabeth Ashbridge (1774) and the (Inter) Cultural Inscription of American Autobiographical Writing," Early America Re-Explored: New Readings in Colonial, Early National, and Antebellum Culture. ed. Klaus H. Schmidt and Fritz Fleischmann (New York: Lang, 2000): 183-200; ed., The Construction and Contestation of American Cultures and Identities in the Early National Period (Heidelberg: Winter, 1999); "The Forefathers' Day Celebrations of 1802 and the Enactment of Federalist Constructions of the American Republic," The Construction and Contestation of American Cultures and Identities in the Early National Period. ed. Udo J. Hebel. (Heidelberg: Winter, 1999): 303-330; "'A Proper Recollection of These Things': New England Forefathers' Day Orations 1769-1820 and the National Consecration of a Colonial Past," Remembering the Individual/Regional/ National Past. ed. Waldemar Zacharasiewicz (Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 1999): 31-58; "Those Images of Jealousie": Identitäten und Alteritäten im puritanischen Neuengland des 17. Jahrhunderts (Frankfurt: Lang, 1997); "Sanctioned Images: Court Orders, Legal Codes, Synodal Resolutions, and the Cultural Contestation of Seventeenth-Century Puritan New England," The Historical and Political Turn in Literary Studies. ed. Winfried Fluck. [REAL: Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 11] (Tübingen: Narr, 1995): 43-74; ed., Transatlantic Encounters (Trier: WVT, 1995); "'The Events of that sad Catastrophe, Anno 1692': A Note on Contemporary Representations of the Salem Witchcraft Persecutions," Die Salemer Hexenverfolgungen: Perspektiven-Kontexte-Repräsentationen 1692-1992. ed. Winfried Herget. (Trier: WVT, 1994): 263-275
Web Page: http://www.uni-regensburg.de/Universitaet/Forschungsbericht/aktuell/phil4/prof23b.htm
[Updated 2008]

HEINZER, HOLLY
Fellowship:
Peterson 00-01, "On the Move: The Means and Meanings of Travel in Northeastern America, 1750-1850" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Yale)
Education: Haverford, B.A., 95
[Updated 2000]

HELD, BEVERLY ORLOVE
Fellowship: Hiatt 80-81, "American Festivals--The Early Republican" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Michigan)
Education: Pennsylvania, B.A., 72, M.A., 74; Michigan, Ph.D., 87
Current Position: lecturer in history, San Francisco State
[Updated 1997]

HELLER, LEE ELLEN
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 89-90, "The Novel as Popular Literature: American Fiction in the 18th and 19th Centuries" (asst. prof. of English, Mercer)
Fellowship: R.A. 94-95, "The Uses of Fiction: Novel Reading and American Culture, 1720-1860" (asst. prof. of English, Mercer)
Education: Scripps, B.A., 80; Brandeis, M.A., 82, Ph.D., 88
Current Position: educational consultant
Fellowship Publications:
"Frankenstein and the Cultural Uses of Gothic," in Johanna M. Smith ed., Frankenstein: A Case Study in Contemporary Criticism (New York: Bedford Books/St. Martin's Press, 1991)
Other Publications: "Cultural Criticism in the Classroom: Authority and Transcendent Truth after Poststructuralism," in Emory Elliott ed., College Literature (1990); Instructor's Manual for vol. 1 of The Prentice-Hall Anthology of American Literature, (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1991); "Frankenstein and the Cultural Uses of Gothic," in Johanna M. Smith, ed., Frankenstein: Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's Press, 1992); "Recovering the Victorian Periodical," Nineteenth-Century Prose 20 (1993): 42-51 [rev. essay]; "Conceiving the `New' American Literature," Early American Literature 29 (spring 1994): 83-91 [rev. essay]
[Updated 1997]

HELWIG, TIMOTHY WADE
Fellowship: Peterson 05-06, "Race, Nativism, and the Making of Class in Antebellum City-Mysteries" (Ph.D. cand. in English, Maryland)
Education: Gettysburg, B.A., 92; Miami Univ. of Ohio, M.A., 97
[Updated 2005]

HENDERSON, H. JAMES
Fellowship:
Daniels 76-77, "Political Culture in Virginia and Massachusetts, 1775-1800" (prof. of history, Oklahoma State)
Education: Boston, A.B., 50; Columbia, M.A., 57, Ph.D., 62
Current Position: retired
Fellowship Publications: "The Continental Congress and the Nationalization of American Politics," in Robert Detwiler and Ramon Ruiz, eds., Liberation in the Americas (San Diego, 1979); "Taxation and Political Culture: Massachusetts and Virginia, 1760-1800," William and Mary Quarterly 3rd ser., vol. xlvii (Jan. 1990): 90-114
Other Publications: Party Politics in the Continental Congress (1974)
[Updated 1997]

HENDLER, GLENN
Fellowship:
NEMLA 02-03, "Riot Acts: Gender, Race, and Public Violence in Nineteenth-Century American Literature" (assoc. prof. of gender studies, Notre Dame)
Education: Brown, B.A., 84; Northwestern, Ph.D., 91
Current Position: assoc. prof. of English and dir. of the American Studies Program, Fordham
Web Page: http://www.fordham.edu/academics/programs_at_fordham_/ english/faculty/english_faculty/glenn_hendler_28553.asp
[Updated 2009]

HENRETTA, JAMES A.
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 84-85, "Law and the Creation of the Liberal State in America, 1770-1870" (prof. of history, Boston)
Education: Swarthmore, B.A., 62; Harvard, M.A., 63, Ph.D., 68
Current Position: Priscilla Alden Burke prof. of history, Maryland
Fellowship Publications
: "The Rise and Decline of Democratic Republicanism: Political Rights in New York and the Several States," Albany Law Review (1989); reprinted in A Usable Past: Rights in the State Constitutional Tradition (1991); "The Slow Triumph of Liberal Individualism: Law and Politics in New York, 1780-1850," in Richard O. Curry and Eugene Goodheart eds., American Chameleon: Individualismin U.S. History (1991); "The Nineteenth-Century Revolution in Civil Liberties: From `Rights in Property' to `Property in Rights'," This Constitution (Fall, 1991); "Rethinking the State Constitutional Tradition," Rugers Law Journal 22 (Fall, 1991); "The First 'Contract with America'," Wilson Quarterly 20 (Winter, 1996): 34-42; "The Strange Birth of Liberal America," New York History 77 (April, 1996): 151-176; "Martin Van Buren: From Politician to Statesman," in Alan Brinkley and David Dyer, eds., The Reader's Companion to the American Presidency (Houghton Mifflin: Boston, 2000), 111-122; co-ed. (with Jrgen Heideking), Republicanism and Liberalism in America and the German States, 1750-1850 (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2001)
Other Publications co-author, with David Brody, Elliott Brownlee, and Susan Ware, America's History (1st ed., 1987, 2nd rev. ed.,1992, 3rd ed., 1986); The Origins of American Capitalism (1991); co-ed. The Transformation of Early American History (1991); co-author, with Gregory H. Nobles, Evolution and Revolution: American Society, 1600-1820 (Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath & C, 1987)
Web Page: http://www.history.umd.edu/Faculty/JHenretta/
[Updated 2005]

HERRINGTON, ELDRID
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 03-04, "Civil War, Revision, and Self-Representation" (asst. prof. of English, Univ. College, Dublin)
Education: Princeton, B.A., 93; Boston Univ., M.A., 95; Cambridge, M.Phil., 96, Ph.D., 00
[Updated 2003]

HERZOGENRATH, BERND
Fellowship:
Ebeling 03-04, "Cotton Mather's Conception of the Body" (lecturer in English, Cologne)
Education: Aachen, B.A., 91, Ph.D., 97
Other Publications: An Art of Desire. Reading Paul Auster(1999);
Web Page: http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/englisch/berressem/herzogenrath/
[Updated 2005]

HEYRMAN, CHRISTINE L.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 79-80, "The Culture of Charity: Merchants, Ministers, and the Social Order of New England,1680-1740" (asst. prof. of history, California at Irvine)
Education: Macalester, B.A., 71; Yale, Ph.D., 76
Current Position: prof. of history, Delaware
Fellowship Publications
: "Spectres of Subversion, Societies of Friends: Dissent and the Devilin Provincial Essex County, Massachusetts," in David D. Hall, John M. Murrin, and Thad Tate eds., Saints and Revolutionaries: Essays in Early American History, (New York: Norton, 1983); Commerce and Culture: The Maritime Communities of Colonial Massachusetts, 1690-1750 (New York: Norton, 1984)
Other Publications: A Model of Christian Charity: The Rich and the Poor in Colonial New England, 1630-1730 (1977); (co-author) Nation of Nations: A Narrative History of the American Republic (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1990; 2nd ed., 1994); Southern Cross: The Beginnings of the Bible Belt (New York: Knopf, 1998)
Web Page: http://www.udel.edu/History/hist/text/heyrman.html
[Updated 2005]

HIJAR, KATHERINE
Fellowship:
AHPCS 04-05, "Sex, Violence, and Sport in American Popular Print Culture, 1820-1880" (Ph.D. cand., Johns Hopkins)
Education: California at Berkeley, B.A., 01; Johns Hopkins, M.A., 03, Ph.D., 08
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, California State, San Marcos
Fellowship Publication: "The Pin-Up, the Piano, and the Parlor: American Sheet Music, 1840-1860," Imprint, Autumn 2005.
[Updated 2009]

HINSLEY, CURTIS M.
Fellowship:
Peterson 86-87, "Anthropology in Boston, 1860-1920" (assoc. prof. of history, Colgate)
Education: Princeton, B.A., 67; Wisconsin at Madison, M.A., 71, Ph.D., 76
Current Position: prof. of history, Northern Arizona
Fellowship Publications:
"Zunis and Brahmins: Cultural Ambivalence in the Gilded Age," in G. W. Stocking, ed., History of Anthropology 6: Romantic Motives: Essays on Anthropological Sensibility, 169-207; "Revising and Revisioning the History of Archaeology: Reflections on Region and Context," in Andrew L. Christensen, ed., Tracing Archaeology's Past: The Historiography of Archaeology (Carbondale: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, 1989), 79-96; "Collecting Cultures and Cultures of Collecting: The Lure of the American Southwest, 1880-1915," Museum Anthropology 16 (1992): 12-20; "The Museum Origins of Harvard Anthropology, 1866-1915," in Clark A. Elliott and Margaret Rossiter, eds., (Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh Univ. Press, 1992): 121-45; "In Search of the New World Classical," in Elizabeth Boone, ed., Collecting the Pre-Columbian Past (Washington: Dumbarton Oaks, 1993), 105-21
Other Publications: Savages and Scientists: The Smithsonian Institution and the Development of American Anthropology, 1846-1910 (Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1981), paperback ed, with new pref., Publications as The Smithsonian and the American Indian: Making a Moral Anthropology in Victorian America (Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1994)
[Updated 1997]

HINZ-BODE, KRISTINA
Fellowship:
Ebeling 06-07, "America's Cultural Deficits: A Transatlantic Debate and Its Reflection in American Literature" (asst. prof. of English and romance languages, Kassel)
Fellowship: Ebeling 07-08, "America's Cultural Deficits: A Transatlantic Debate and Its Reflection in American Literature" (asst. prof. of English and romance languages, Kassel)
Education: Jena, M.A., 97
[Updated 2006]

HIRSHBERG, CHARLES A.
Fellowship:
Baron 05, "Vistas of Destiny: Thomas Wentworth Higginson in Worcester" (writer, New York City)
Education: Hampshire, B.A.
[Updated 2005]

HOBSON, HALLIE S.
Fellowship:
Hearst 01-02, "Watchnight, a play on the eve of Emancipation" (playwright, Atlanta, GA)
Education: Yale, B.A., 95
Current Position: development associate, Meredith Monk
[Updated 2005]

HOCHMAN, BARBARA
Fellowship: NEMLA 01-02, "Uncle Tom's Cabin and the Reading Revolution" (senior lecturer of foreign literatures and linguistics, Ben-Gurion Univ. of the Negev)
Education: Bard, B.A., 67; Rutgers, M.A., 73, Ph.D., 82
Current Position: assoc. prof. and chair, dept. of foreign literatures and linguistics, Ben Gurion
Fellowship Publications: "Little Known Documents: Introductory Essay: Harriet Beecher Stowe," PMLA 118 (2003): 1320-24
Other Publications: Getting at the Author: Reimagining Books and Reading in the Age of American Realism (Univ. of Massachusetts Press, 2001); "Highbrow/Lowbrow: Naturalist Writers and the Reading Habit" in Twisted From the Ordinary: American Literary Naturalism ed. Mary E. Papke (University of Tennessee Press, 2003); "Stowe's House and Home Papers: A Neglected Source for Gilman's`Yellow Wallpaper'" American Literary Realism 37.1 (Fall, 2004); "Uncle Tom's Cabin in the National Era: An Essay in Generic Norms and the Contexts of Reading" Book History Vol. VII, 2004: 143-170; "Uncle Tom's Cabin at the Columbian Exhibition" Libraries and Culture 41.1 (2006) 82-108
Address: Ben Gurion University, Dept of Foreign Literatures and Linguistics, Beersheva, 84105, Isreal
Web Page: http://cmsprod.bgu.ac.il/Eng/humsos/ Templates/StaffMemberENG.aspx?NRMODE= Published&NRORIGINALURL=%2fEng%2fhumsos% 2fdepartments%2fflit%2fFaculty%2fLiterature% 2fbhochman%2ehtm&NRNODEGUID=% 7b3EAD9238-BF1B-45DE-86D0-CABFAA8BF437% 7d&NRCACHEHINT=Guest
[Updated 2005]

HODGES, GRAHAM RUSSELL
Fellowship:
Peterson 99-00, "David Ruggles: Black Apostle of Freedom" (prof. of history, Colgate)
Education: City College of New York, B.A., 73, M.A., 74; New York Univ., Ph.D., 82
Other Publications: The New York City Cartmen, 1650-1860 (New York Univ. Press, 1986); Black Itinerants of the Gospel: The Narratives of John Jea and George White (Madison House Publishers, 1993); "Pretends to be Free": Fugitive Slave Advertisements from Colonial and Revolutionary New York and New Jersey (Garland Publishing Company, 1994); The Black Loyalist Directory: African Americans in Exile After the American Revolution (Garland Publishing, Inc., 1996); Slavery and Freedom in the Rural North: African Americans in Monmouth County, New Jersey (Madison House, 1997); Slavery, Freedom, and Culture (M.E. Sharpe, 1998); Root and Branch: African Americans in New York and East Jersey, 1613-1863 (Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1999)
Web Page: http://www.colgate.edu/DesktopDefault1.aspx?tabid=684&pgID=3400&vID=3&dID=1&fID=289
[Updated 2005]

HOEFLICH, MICHAEL
Fellowship:
Reese Fellowship 01-02, "The Material Culture of Nineteenth Century American Law: (prof. of law and history, Kansas School of Law)
Education: Haverford, B.A., 73; Cambridge, M.A., 76; Yale Law, J.D., 79
Fellowship Publications: "Roman Law and Forensic Oratory in Antebellum America," 120 Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung fur Rechtsgeschichte 189 (2003); "Translation and the Reception of Foreign Law in Antebellum America," 50 American Journal of Comparative Law 753 (2003)
Other Publications:
Roman & Civil Law & the Development of Anglo-American Jurisprudence (1997)
Web Page: http://www.ku.edu/cgiwrap/kulaw/faculty/hoeflich.php
[Updated 2005]

HOLTON, WOODY
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 99-00, "Republics of Hope and the Empire of Despair: A Social Interpretation of the United States Constitution" (asst. prof. of history, Bloomsburg)
Education: Virginia, B.A., 81; Duke, Ph.D., 90
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, Richmond
Fellowship Publications: "`From the Labours of Others': The War Bonds Controversy and the Origins of the Constitution in New England," William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., 61 (April 2004): 271-316; "Did Democracy Cause the Recession That Led to the Constitution?" Journal of American History, XLII (September 2005), 442-69.; "An 'Excess of Democracy'—Or a Shortage? The Federalists' First Adversaries," Journal of the Early Republic, XXV (Fall 2005), 339-82; "Divide et Impera: The Tenth Federalist in a Wider Sphere," William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, LXII (April 2005), 175-212 [Selected by a panel of distinguished scholars for reprinting in the Organization of American Historians' Best American History Essays 2006]; Unruly Americans and the Origins of the Constitution (New York: Hill and Wang, 2007) [Finalist, National Book Award; Finalist, George Washington Book Prize]
Other Publications: Forced Founders: Indians, Debtors, Slaves, and the Making of the American Revolution in Virginia (Univ. North Carolina Press, 1999) [2000 Merle Curti Award in American Social History, Organization of American Historians; 2000 Fraunces Tavern Book Award, Fraunces Tavern Museum]; Abigail Adams: A Life (Free Press, 2009) [Bancroft Prize, 2010]
Web Page: http://history.richmond.edu/faculty/Holton_Woody.html
[Updated 2010]

HOMESTEAD, MELISSA J.
Fellowship: Peterson 96-97, "Imperfect Title: Nineteenth-Century American Women Authors and Literary Property." (Pd.D. cand., Pennsylvania)
Fellowship: Mellon Post-diss., 00-01 (asst. prof. of English, Oklahoma)
Education: Smith, B.A., 85; Pennsylvania, M.A., 87, Ph.D. 98
Current Position: assoc. prof. of English, Nebraska-Lincoln
Fellowship Publications: "'Every bodysees the theft': Fanny Fern and Literary Proprietorship in Antebellum America," New England Quarterly (June 2001); "'When I Can Read My Title Clear': Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Stowe v. Thomas Copyright Infringement Case," Prospects (2002); "Behind the Veil?: Catharine Sedgwick and Anonymous Publication," in Catharine Maria Sedgwick: Critical Perspectives (Northeastern University Press, 2003); "The Publishing History of Augusta Jane Evans Macaria: Unwriting Some Lost Cause Myths," Mississippi Quarterly 58.4 (2005): 665-702; American Women Authors and Literary Property, 1822-1869 (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2005)
[Updated 2007]

HOMSHER, BETSY
Fellowship:
Peterson 98-99, "The Diaries of Sally Ripley Stearns" (Ph.D. cand. in history, California at Santa Barbara)
Education: San Francisco State, B.A., 91, M.A., 94
Current Position: Central Connecticut State
Web Page: http://www.history.ccsu.edu/Fac_courses/Homsher_courses.htm
[Updated 2005]

HOOPES, JAMES
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 83-84, "Consciousness in New England" (prof. of history, Babson)
Education: Bowling Green, B.A., 65; Wisconsin, M.A., 69; Johns Hopkins, M.A., 71, Ph.D., 73
Fellowship Publications: Consciousness in New England (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1989)
Other Publications: Van Wyck Brooks: In Search of American Culture (1977); Oral History: An Introduction for Students (1979); Peirce on Signs: Writings on Semiotics by Charles Sanders Peirce (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1991); The Wrong Turn of Pragmatic Liberalism (Ithaca: Cornell, 1998); False Prophets: The Gurus Who Created Modern Management and Why Their Ideas are Bad for Business Today (Perseus Books, 2003)
Web Page: http://www3.babson.edu/Academics/Divisions/ahhs/facultyprofile.cfm?pageid=11926
[Updated 2005]

HOROWITZ, HELEN LEFKOWITZ
Fellowship: Mellon Postdoc. 99-00, "Sexual Representation and Censorship in the United States, 1830-80" (Sylvia Dlugasch Bauman prof. of American studies, Smith)
Education: Wellesley, B.A., 63; Harvard, M.A., 65, Ph.D., 69
Fellowship Publications: Rereading Sex: Battles over Sexual Knowledge and Suppression in Nineteenth-Century America (Alfred A. Knopf, 2002) [Merle Curti Social History Award, 2003]
Other Publications: Culture and the City: Cultural Philanthropy in Chicago from the 1880s to 1917 (Lexington, KY.: The Univ. Press of Kentucky, 1976; Chicago, Univ. of Chicago Press, 1989, paperback); Alma Mater: Design and Experience in the Women's Colleges from their Nineteenth Century Beginnings to the 1930s. (New York: Knopf 1984, Beacon Press, 1986, Univ. of Massachusetts Press, 1993); Campus Life: Undergraduate Cultures from the end of the Eighteenth Century to the Present, (New York, Knopf 1987, Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1988, paperback); The Power and Passion of M. Carey Thomas, (New York, Knopf, 1994); "Another `American Cruikshank' Found: John H. Manning and the New York Sporting Weeklies," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 112 (2002): 93-126
Web Page: http://www.smith.edu/history/fac_hhorowitz.htm
[Updated 2005]

HOUSE, KAY SEYMOUR
Fellowship:
Daniels 77-78, "Editing Cooper's The Pilot" (prof. of English, San Francisco State)
Education Illinois, B.A., 45; Washington, M.A., 46; Stanford, Ph.D., 63
Current Position: ed.-in-chief, Works of James Fenimore Cooper
Fellowship Publications:
ed., James Fenimore Cooper's The Pilot (Albany: State Univ. of New York Press, 1986; Library of America, 1991); "Cooper's Indians after Yet Another `Century of Dishonor,'" Letterature d'America (Rome: Univ. of Rome, 1983); ed., James Fenimore Cooper's Satanstoe (State Univ. of New York Press, 1990); "The James Fenimore Cooper Collections at the American Antiquarian Society," in Serendipity and Synergy: Collection Development, Access, and Research Opportunities at the American Antiquarian Society in the McCorison Era (American Antiquarian Society, 1993)
Other Publications: "Four North American Writers and Their Terrain," in Letterature d'America (Univ. of Rome, January 2001)
Address: PO Box 158, Payson, IL 62360-0158
[Updated 2001]

HOWE, JOHN
Fellowship:
ASECS 02-03, "The Social Politics of Verbal Discourse in Revolutionary Boston" (prof. emeritus, Minnesota)
Education: Otterbein, B.A., 57; Yale, M.A., 59, Ph.D., 62
[Updated 2002]

HSUEH, VICKI
Fellowship:
Peterson 04-05, "Hybrid Constitutionalism: Negotiating Constitutions and Cultures in the Proprietary Colonies, 1625-1690" (asst. prof. of political science, Western Washington Univ.)
Education: Williams, B.A., 95; Johns Hopkins, M.Phil. 99, Ph.D., 03
[Updated 2005]

HUANG, NIAN-SHENG
Fellowship:
Peterson 05-06, "The Poor in Early Massachusetts, 1630-1830" (assoc. prof. of history, California State, Channel Islands)
Education: Teachers Universiry of Inner Mongolia, P.R. China, B.A., 82; Tufts, M.A., 83; Cornell, M.A., 87, Ph.D., 90
Web Page: http://www.csuci.edu/academics/faculty/bios/huang1.html
[Updated 2005]

HUDSON, ANGELA PULLEY
Fellowship:
Peterson 04-05, "Indians, Slaves, and Surveyors on the Federal Road, 1790s-1840s" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, Yale)
Education: Auburn, B.A., 96; Georgia, M.A., 99; Yale, M.A., 03
[Updated 2005]

HUGHES, AMY
Fellowship:
Last 09-10, "'Thoughts Bodied Upon the Stage': Sensationalism and Reform in Nineteenth-Century America, 1842-1867" (asst. prof. of theater, Brooklyn College) Education:
[Updated 2007]

HUGHES, JENNIFER A.
Fellowship:
Last 07-08, "Telling Laughter: A Cultural History of American Humor, 1830-1900" (Ph.D. cand. in English, Emory)
Education: Cornell, B.A., 01; Virginia, M.A., 03
[Updated 2007]

HUNTER, PHYLLIS A.
Fellowship:
Peterson 92-93, "Ship of Wealth: New England Merchants, Colonial Capitalism, and the Rhetoric of Money" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, William & Mary)
Education: Harvard, B.A., 65; South Florida, M.A., 90; William & Mary, Ph.D., 96
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, North Carolina at Greensboro
Fellowship Publications:
"Ship of Wealth: Massachusetts Merchants, Foreign Goods, and the Transformation of Anglo-America, 1670-1760" (Ph.D. diss., College of William & Mary); Purchasing Identity in the Atlantic World: Massachusetts Merchants, 1670-1780 (Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 2001)
Other Publications: "From Puritan Son to Worldly Gentleman: The Life of Jeremiah Dummer" in The Human Tradition in Urban History, ed. Roger Biles (Scholarly Resources Books, 2001); "Containing the Marvelous: Instructions to Buyers and Sellers" in Expertise Constructed: Didactic Literature in The British Atlantic World 1500-1800 ed. Natasha Glaisyer and Sara Pennell (Ashgate, 2002). Book reviews in Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Gender and History, The Book, Journal of Southern History, William and Mary Quarterly, and North Carolina Historical Quarterly
Web Page: http://www.uncg.edu/%7Epwhunter/
[Updated 2005]

HUNTLEY-SMITH, JEN A.
Fellowship:
Botein 98-99, "'The Genius of Civilization': The Publishing Industry and the Creation of Western Regional Identity, 1848-1900" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Nevada at Reno)
Education: Lewis & Clark, B.A., 85; M.A.T., 87; Nevada at Reno, M.A., Ph.D., 00
Current Position: visiting asst. prof., Nevada at Reno
Fellowship Publications:
Publishing the "Sealed Book": James Mason Hutchings and the Landscapes of California Print Culture, 1849-1885(Univ. of Nevada at Reno, 2000)
Other Publications: "'The Genius of Civilization': The Material Culture of Print Technology in the Nineteenth-Century American West" Western Technological Landscapes, Halcyon v. 20 (Reno: The Nevada Humanities Committee, 1998) p. 37
Web Page: http://www.unr.edu/cla/history/huntley-smith.htm
[Updated 2005]

HURLEY, NATASHA
Fellowship:
Last 08-09, "The Child of Circulation in American Literature: The Case of Robinson Crusoe" (postdoctoral fellow, Alberta)
Education: Mount St. Vincent, B.A., 05; Western Ontario, M.A., 96; Rutgers, Ph.D.
[Updated 2008]

HUTCHISON, COLEMAN
Fellowship:
Botein 05-06, "Occasioning Verse and Volume" (Ph.D. cand. in English, Northwestern)
Education: Vanderbilt, B.A., 99; Northwestern, M.A., 02
[Updated 2005]

HYNES, JENNIFER
Fellowship:
Tracy 97-98, "Nineteenth-Century Women and the News: The Case of Elizabeth Stoddard" (visiting instructor in English, West Virginia)
Education: Texas A&M, B.S., 88, M.A., 92; South Carolina, Ph.D., 96
Current Position: Owner-Lohman Letters/Independent Scholar
Fellowship Publications:
"Bringing to Print 'Our lady Correspondent': Elizabeth Stoddard's Daily Alta California Columns" (Modern Language Association, Toronto, Ontario, Dec. 1997)
Address: 264 Timberland Circle, Kingsport, TN 37664; lletters[at]datarecall.net
[Updated 2001]

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