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McCAFFREY, KATHERINE STEBBINS
Fellowship:
Peterson 04-05, "Reading Glasses: American Spectacles from Benjamin Franklin's Bifocals to MIThril" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, Boston Univ.)
Education: Middlebury, B.A., 91; Columbia, M.A. 00; Boston Univ., Ph.D., 07
Current Position: lecturer, history and literature, Harvard
Address: kstebbin[at]fas.harvard.edu
[Updated 2009]

McCARL, MARY F. RHINELANDER
Fellowship:
Peterson 87-88, "More Confessions of Thomas Shepard's Cambridge Parishioners, 1648-49" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Boston)
Education: Radcliffe, B.A., 61; Harvard, M.A., 66; Simmons, M.L.S., 79; Massachusetts at Boston, M.A., 82
Current Position: independent scholar
Fellowship Publications: "Thomas Shepard's Record of Religious Experiences, 1648-1649," William and Mary Quarterly (1991)
Other Publications: "Spreading the News of Satan's Malignity at Salem: Benjamin Harris, Printer and Publisher of the Witchcraft Tracts," Essex Institute Historical Collections, 129, no. 1 (January, 1993), 39-61; "Publishing the Works of Nicholas Culpeper, Astrological Herbalist and Translator of Latin Medical Works in Seventeenth-Century London," Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, 13 (1996), 225-276; The Plowman's Tale: The c. 1532 and 1606 Editions of a Spurious Canterbury Tale (New York: Garland Publishing, Inc. 1997)
Address: 28 Old Nugent Farm Road, Gloucester, MA 01930-3167; mrmccarl[at]post.harvard.edu
[Updated 2001]

McCARTHY, MOLLY
Fellowship: Morgan 00-01, "A Page, A Day: A History of the Daily Diary in America" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Brandeis)
Fellowship: Mellon Post-Dissertation 03-04, " A Page, A Day: A History of the Daily Diary in America" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Brandeis)
Education: Canisius College, B.A., 89; Columbia, M.S., 90; Brandeis, Ph.D., 03
Current Position: Post-Doctoral IHUM Fellow, Stanford
Web Page: http://www.stanford.edu/dept/undergrad/ihum/fellows/bios/mccarthy.html
[Updated 2008]

McCLARY, BEN HARRIS
Fellowship:
Haven 82-83, "Samuel Lorenzo Knapp and His Milieu" (prof. of English, Middle Georgia)
Education: Tennesse, B.A., 55, M.A., 57; Sussex, Ph.D., 66
Current Position: prof. emeritus of English, Middle Georgia
Fellowship Publications
: "William Cullen Bryant's Sketch of His Father in American Biography," American Literature 55 (1983): 635-38; "George Washington Harris's New York Atlas Series: Three New Items," Studies in American Humor 2 (1984): 195-200; "Samuel Lorenzo Knapp and Early American Biography," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 95 (1985): 39-68
[Updated 2005]

McCONNELL, ELEANOR H.
Fellowship:
Peterson 06-07, "A Scarce Plenty: Economics, Citizenship, and Opportunity in Revolutionary New Jersey, 1760-1820" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Brandeis)
Education: Smith, B.A., 94; Alabama, M.A., 99
[Updated 2006]

McCOUBREY, SARAH
Fellowship:
Last for Artists 06-07, "research to create .Hannah Morse: Landscape Painter,. a fictive archive" (painter, Fayetteville, New York)
Education: U. Penn., M.F.A., 81
[Updated 2007]

McCOY, COLIN
Fellowship:
Peterson 98-99, "Partisans and Pamphleteers: The Literature of Persuasion in Jacksonian America, 1820-1845" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Education: Michigan, B.G.S., 84; Illinois at Chicago, M.A., 92; Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Ph.D., 02
[Updated 2005]

McCURDY, JOHN G.
Fellowship:
ASECS 06-07, "The Politics of Bachelorhood in Early America" (asst. prof. of history and philosophy, Eastern Michigan)
Education: Knox, B.A., 95; Chicago, M.A., 96; Washington Univ. in St. Louis, M.A., 00, Ph.D., 04
[Updated 2006]

McCUSKER, JOHN J.
Fellowship:
Daniels 80-81, "The Rum Trade" (assoc. prof. of history, Maryland)
Education: St. Bernard's, B.A., 61; Rochester, M.A., 63; Pittsburgh, Ph.D., 70
Current Position: Ewing Halsell Distinguished Professor of American History and Professor of Economics, Trinity
Fellowship Publications:
European Bills of Entry and Marine Lists: Early Commercial Publications and the Origins of the Business Press (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard Univ. Press, 1985); co-author, with Russell A. Menard, The Economy of British America 1607-1789 (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1985) [Outstanding Academic Book - Choice magazine; Distinguished Book Award, Honorable Mention, Society of Colonial Wars]; Rum and the American Revolution: The Rum Trade and the Balance of Payments of the Thirteen Continental Colonies. 2 vols. (New York and London: Garland Publishing Company, 1989); co-author, with Cora Gravesteijn, The Beginnings of Commercial and Financial Journalism: The Commodity Price Currents, Exchange Rate Currents, and Money Currents of Early Modern Europe (Amsterdam: Nederlandsch Economisch-Historisch Archief, 1991); Essays in the Economic History of the Atlantic World (London: Routledge, 1997); "The Demise of Distance: The Business Press and the Origins of the Information Revolution in the Early Modern Atlantic World," American Historical Review, CX (April 2005), 295-321
Other Publications: The Early Modern Atlantic Economy (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2001); ed. with Kenneth Morgan, History of World Trade since 1450, 2 vols. (Farmington Hills, Michigan: Macmillan Reference USA, 2006); Editor-in-chief. "Colonial Statistics." in Historical Statistics of the United States, 4th edition, edited by Susan Carter et al. (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2006), V, 627-772
Address: Department of History, Trinity University, One Trinity Place, San Antonio, TX 78212; jmccuske[at]trinity.edu
Web Page: http://www.trinity.edu/departments/history/html/faculty/john_mccusker.htm
[Updated 2008]

McDERMOTT, VIVIAN D.
Fellowship:
K-12 94, "Indian-White Relations" (4th grade teacher, Northside School, Wolf Point, MT)
Education: Mankato State, B.S., 84
[Updated 1997]

McDOUGALL, WARREN
Fellowship:
AAS-ASECS 97-98, "The Scots Book Trade to Boston and New York in the 18th Century" (honorary Fellow, English literature, Edinburgh)
Education: Western Ontario, B.A.; Edinburgh, Ph.D
Other Publications: "Smugglers, Reprinters, and Hot Pursuers: the Irish-Scottish Book Trade, And Copyright Prosecutions in the late 18th Century" in Robin Myers and Michael Davies, ed., The Stationers' Company and the Book Trade 1550-1990 (1997)
[Updated 2005]

MACMANUS RAMSBOTTOM, MARY see Ramsbottom, Mary Macmanus

McELROY, JAMES LOGAN
Fellowship:
Daniels 75-76, "The Papers of John B. Hough" (asst. prof. of history, SUNY at Plattsburgh)
Education: Southwestern at Memphis, B.A., 69; SUNY at Binghamton, M.A., 71, Ph.D., 74
[Updated 1997]

McGILL, MEREDITH L.
Fellowship:
Peterson 95-96, two chapters from "American Literature and the Culture of Reprinting: Rewriting Romanticism" and "Fashioning the Marketplace" (asst. prof of English and American literature, Harvard)
Fellowship: Mellon Postdoctoral 03-04, "Poetry in Motion: Lyric Circulation in the Antebellum United States" (assoc. prof. of English, Rutgers)
Education: Williams, B.A., 83; Cambridge, M.A., 85; Johns Hopkins, M.A., 88, Ph.D., 93
Fellowship Publications: "The Duplicity of the Pen," in Jeffrey Mastens, Peter Stallybrass and Nancy Vickers, eds., Language Machines (New York: Routledge, 1997); American Literature and the Culture of Reprinting, 1834-1853 (Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 2003)
Other Publications: "The Matter of the Text: Commerce, Print Culture and Authority of the State in American Copyright Law," American Literature History 9, no. 1 (1997); "Poe, Literary Nationalism and Authorial Identity," in The American Face of Edgar Allan Poe (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1995)
Web Page: http://english.rutgers.edu/faculty/profiles/mcgill.html
[Updated 2005]

McLEAN, STUART
Fellowship:
Daniels 81-82, "California Gold Fever" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Chicago)
[Updated 1997]

McKITO, VALERIE H.
Fellowship:
Peterson 07-08 "In the Shadow of Victory: Economics and Citizenship in the Aftermath of the Revolution" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Texas Tech)
Education: Eastern New Mexico, B.S., 00; Texas Tech, M.A., 04
[Updated 2007]

McLUCAS, ANNE DHU
Fellowship:
Peterson 85-86, "The Connection between American Folk Song and Theatre" (assoc. prof. in music, Harvard)
Education: Harvard, M.A., Ph.D., 75
Current Position: prof. of music, School of Music and Dance, Oregon
Fellowship Publications:
"Sounds of Scotland," American Music 8 (1990): 71-83; "The Multi-Layered Concept of `Folksong' in American Music," in Bell Yung, ed., Festschrift for Rulan Chao Pian (1994); (with Paul F. Wells) "Musical Theater as a Link between Folk and Popular Traditions," in John Graziano, ed., William Kearns Festschrift (1994)
Web Page: http://music.uoregon.edu/About/bios/mclucasa.html
[Updated 2005]

McNAMARA, MARTHA J.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 04-05, "New England Visions: Landscape Representation in History and Art, 1790-1850 " (assoc. prof. of history, Maine)
Education: Wesleyan, B.A., 83; Boston Univ., M.A., 89, Ph.D., 95
Current Position: Dir, NE Arts&Architecture Progam, Wellesley
Other Publications: From Tavern to Courthouse: Architecture and Ritual in American Law, 1658-1860 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2004)
[Updated 2007]

McNULTY, REBECCA
Fellowship:
Peterson 03-04, "Education for Empires: Manual Labor, Civilization, and the Family in Nineteenth Century American Missionary" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Education: Lander, B.A., 98; Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, M.A., 02
[Updated 2003]

McVAY, GEORGIANNE
Fellowship:
U.S. Steel 72-73, "Verbal Humor in the Caricatures of David Claypool Johnston" (asst. prof., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science)
Education: Webster, A.B., 50; Pennsylvania, M.A., 57, Ph.D., 71
Current Position: Retired as assoc. prof., Univ. of Sciences; currently adj. assoc. prof., Univ. of Sciences
Fellowship Publications
: "Yankee Fanatics Unmasked: Cartoons on the Burning of a Convent," American Catholic Historical Society Records 83 (1972): 159-68; "Mark Twain's Girl with 500 Fleas and Her Literary Ancestor," Mark Twain Journal (1981); "Using Cartoons in Interdisciplinary Courses" (paper, SUNY at Albany Woman's Studies Conference, 1976)
Address: 211 Lazaretto Rd., Apt. 4-H, Prospect Park, PA 19076; McVay[at]@aol.com
[Updated 2001]

MACKIN, JEANNE
Fellowship:
Artist 99, "Adam's Hunger: The Lost Journal of Brillat-Savarin's Travels in the New World" (novelist, Ithaca, New York)
Education: Ithaca, B.A.,70; Bennington, M.F.A., 86
Fellowship Publications: The Sweet Bye and Bye (St. Martin's Press, 2001)
Other Publications: The Book of Love (WW Norton, 1996); Dreams of Empire (Kensington, 1994); The Queen's War (St. Martin's, 1991); The Frenchwoman (St. Martin's 1989)
[Updated 2007]

MACKENTHUN, GESA
Fellowship:
Peterson 06-07, "The Conquest of Antiquity: Geographical Discovery and Romantic Scholarship in the USA" (Institut für Anglistik/Amerikanistik, Universität Rostock)
Education: B.A., 78; M.A., 86; Ph.D., 94
[Updated 2006]

MADSEN, DEBORAH
Fellowship:
R.A. 95-96, "Colonial Legacies: A History of the Pynchon and Hawthorne Families" (dir., American studies programme, Univ. of Leicester)
Education: Adelaide, B.A., 81; M.A., 84; Sussex, D. Phil., 88
Current Position: prof. of American literature and culture, University of Geneva, Switerland
Fellowship Publications: American Exceptionalism (Univ. Press of Mississippi, 1998); "Family Legacies: Identifying the Traces of William Pynchon in Gravity's Rainbow", Pynchon Notes, 42-43 (Spring-Fall 1998), 29-48; "Hawthornes Puritans: From Fact to Fiction", Journal of American Studies, 33. 1 (Dec. 1999), 509-17; "William Pynchon of Springfield: A Chronology and Bibliography", Pynchon Notes, forthcoming
Other Publications: The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991); Rereading Allegory: A Narrative Approach to Genre (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994); Allegory in America : From Puritanism toPostmodernism, Studies in Literature and Religion Series (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996); Feminist Theory and Literary Practice (London, PlutoPress, 2000); Maxine Hong Kingston (Detroit: Gale Group, 2000);Understanding Contemporary Chicana Literature (Columbia: Univ. of South Carolina Press, 2000)
Web Page: http://home.adm.unige.ch/~madsen/
[Updated 2007]

MAERTZ, GREGORY
Fellowship:
Peterson 96-97, "Goethe's Translators,Critics, and Readers in Nineteenth-Century New England" (assoc. prof. of English, St. John's)
Education: Northwestern, B.A. , 81; Harvard, M.A., 83, Ph.D., 88
Other Publications: ed.,Cultural Interactions in the Romantic Age: Critical Essays in Comparative Literature (Albany: SUNY Press, forthcoming); Goethe, British Romanticism, and Cultural Identity (Lexington: Univ. Press of Kentucky, forthcoming)
Web Page: http://new.stjohns.edu/academics/graduate/liberalarts/ departments/english/faculty/bi_eng_maertz.sju
[Updated 2005]

MAIN, GLORIA L.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 78-79, "The Massachusetts Farmer and His Family" (independent researcher)
Education: San Jose State, B.A., 55; SUNY at Stony Brook, M.A., 69; Columbia, Ph.D., 72
Current Position: prof. emerita, Colorado at Boulder
Fellowship Publications
: Tobacco Colony (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1982); "The Standard of Living in Southern New England, 1640-1774," William and Mary Quarterly 61 (1988): 124-34; co-author, with Jackson Main, "Economic Growth and the Standard of Living in Southern New England," Journal of Economic History (1988); "An Inquiry Into When and Why Women Learned to Write in Colonial New England," Journal of Social History 24 (1991): 579-589
Other Publications: "Gender, Work, and Wages in Colonial New England," William and Mary Quarterly 3rd ser., 51 (1994): 39-66; "Naming Children in Early New England," Journal of Interdisciplinary History, XXVII:1 (Summer, 1996): 1-27
[Updated 2005]

MAIN, JACKSON TURNER
(Died
October 13, 2003)
Fellowship: R.A. 87-88, "Leaders of Several Newly Established Counties, ca. 1800" (adj. prof., Colorado at Boulder)
Education: Wisconsin, B.A., 39, M.A., 40, Ph.D., 48
Fellowship Publications: "Summary: The Hereafter," Forum; `Toward a History of the Standard of Living in British North America," William and Mary Quarterly 45 (1988): 160-62
Other Publications: The Antifederalists: Critics of the Constitution, 1781-1788 (1961); The Upper House in Revolutionary America, 1763-1788 (1967), Political Parties before the Constitution (1973); The Sovereign States (1973); Inherited or Achieved? The Social Origins of the World's Leaders: 2000 B.C. to A.D. 1850 (Brandywine Press, 1998)
[Updated 2008]

MALCOM, ALLISON
Fellowship:
Legacy 08-09, "A Protestant Patriotism: Anti-Catholicism and the Rise of Nationhood in North America, 1830-1870" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Illinois at Chicago)
Education: [Updated 2008]

MANDELL, DANIEL R.
Fellowship:
Tracy 02-03, "Images of Indians in Southern New England, 1760-1880" (asst. prof. of Social Sciences, Truman State)
Education: Virginia, M.A., 82; Tufts, M.A., 89; Virginia, Ph.D., 92
Fellowship Publications: Tribe, Race, History: Native Americans in Southern New England, 1780-1880 (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008) [Lawrence W. Levine Award, OAH, 2008]
Other Publications: Behind the Frontier: Indians in Eighteenth-Century Eastern Massachusetts (University of Nebraska Press, 1996)
Web Page: http://www2.truman.edu/~dmandell/
[Updated 2008]

MANEGOLD, CATHERINE S.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 05-06, "In an Office Built by Slaves" (visiting prof. of journalism, New York)
Education: Carleton, B.A., 77
Other Publications: In Glory's Shadow: Shannon Faulkner, The Citadel and a Changing America (Knopf, 2000).
[Updated 2005]

MANION, JENNIFER
Fellowship:
Peterson 05-06, "Women's Crime and Penal Reform in Early Pennsylvania, 1776-1835" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Rutgers)
Education: Pennsylvania, B.A., 97
[Updated 2005]

MARINI, STEPHEN A.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 88-89, "Religion in the American Revolution" (Wellesley)
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 07-08, "Migrants and Itinerants, Schools and Psalmody: Neglected Networks of Religious Culture in Revolutionary America" (prof. of religion, Wellesley)
Current Position: prof. of religion, Wellesley
Education: Dickinson, A.B., 68; Harvard, Ph.D., 76
Other Publications: Radical Sects of Revolutionary New England (Harvard University Press, 1982/1988); Sacred Song in America: Religion, Music, and Public Culture (University of Illinois Press, in press)
Web Page:http://www.wellesley.edu/PublicAffairs/Profile/mr/smarini.html
[Updated 2007]

MARKSON, HELENA
Fellowship:
R.A. 91-92, "Early American Lithography and Allied Printing" (senior lecturer in art, Haifa, Israel)
Fellowship Exhibitions: Prints. Belgrave Gallery, London, March 9-28, 2004
[Updated 2005]

MARR, TIMOTHY W.
Fellowship:
Peterson 96-97, "Islamic Orientalism in Nineteenth-Century America" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, Yale)
Fellowship: Mellon Post-Dissertation 99-00, "Imagining Ishmael: Studies of Islamic Orientalism in America from the Puritans to Melville" (asst. prof. of English, Western Connecticut State)
Education: Williams, B.A., 84; Stanford, M.A., 85; Yale, Ph.D., 97
Current Position: assoc. prof of American studies, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Fellowship Publication: The Cultural Roots of American Islamicism (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2006)
Web Page: http://amerstud.unc.edu/people/marr.html
[Updated 2007]

MARTI, DONALD B.
Fellowship:
Daniels 74-75, "Movements for Agricultural Improvement in 19th-Century New England and New York" (assoc. prof. of history, Indiana at South Bend)
Education: Minnesota, B.A., 61; Wisconsin, M.S., 63, Ph.D., 66
Current Position: prof. emeritus, Indiana at South Bend
Fellowship Publications: "The Rev. Henry Colman's Agricultural Ministry," Agricultural History 51 (1977): 524-39; "Agricultural Journalism and the Diffusion of Knowledge: The First Half-Century in America," Agricultural History 54 (1980): 28-37
Other Publications: "Woman's Work in the Grange:Mary Ann Mayo of Michigan, 1882-1903," Agricultural History 56 (1982): 439-52; "Francis William Bird: A Radical's Progress through the Republican Party," Historical Journal of Massachusetts 11 (1983): 83-93; Historical Directory of American Agricultural Fairs (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1986); Women of the Grange: Mutuality and Sisterhood in Rural America, 1866-1920 (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1991); "Answering the Agrarian Question: Socialists, Farmers, and Algie Martin Simons, Agricultural History 65 (1991): 53-69; "Rich Methodists: The Rise and Consequences of Lay Philanthropy in the Mid Nineteenth-Century," in Russell E. Richey et al., Perspectives on American Methodism (Nashville: Kingswood Books, 1993)
[Updated 2005]

MARTIN, PETER G.
Fellowship: Peterson 95-96, "Forgotten Immigrant Church: The French-Canadian Religious Identity in New England" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Emory)
Education: Georgetown, B.A., 90; Emory, M.A., 95
Current Position: also U.S. consulate, American Embassy, Champlain, NY
[Updated 1997]

MARTIN, RUSSELL L., III
Fellowship:
Peterson 92-93, "Almanacs of the Southern States, 1732-1860" (Ph.D. cand. in English, Virginia)
Education: Southern Methodist, B.A., 78; M.A., 86; Virginia, Ph.D., 1994; Illinois, M.S. 1995
Current Position: dir., DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist
Other Publications: Ph.D. thesis, "Mr. Jefferson's Business: The Farming Letters of Thomas Jefferson and Edmund Bacon, 1806-1826"; "Two American Farmers: Thomas Jefferson and Edmund Bacon" Magazine of Albemarle County History 50 (1992): 1-27
[Updated 2001]

MARTINKO, WHITNEY
Fellowship: Last 09-10, "Progress through Preservation: History on the American Landscape in an Age of Improvement, 1790-1860" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Virginia)
Education:
Current Position:
[Updated 2009]

MASTEN, APRIL F.
Fellowship:
Drawn to Art 01-02, "The Work of Art" (asst. visiting prof. of interdisciplinary writing, Colgate)
Fellowship: Peterson 08-09, "The Challenge Dance: Transatlantic Exchange in Early American Popular Culture" (assoc. prof. of history, SUNY, Stony Brook)
Education: SFSU, B.A., 81; Univ. of Leeds, M.A., 1990; Rutgers, M.A., 94, Ph. D. 99
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, SUNY, Stony Brook
Other Publications: "Model into Artist: The Changing Face of Art Historical Biography," Women's Studies 21: 1 (1992) 17-41; "Lilly Martin Spencer and The Politics of Art," The American Quarterly (June 2004); Art Work: Women Artists and Democracy in Mid-Nineteenth-Century New York (Penn Press, 2008)
Web Page: http://www.sunysb.edu/history/faculty/facultybio/mastencv.htm
[Updated 2008]

MASTROMARINO, MARK A.
Fellowship:
Hiatt 89-90, "Elkanah Watson and Massachusetts Agricultural Fairs" (Ph.D. cand. in history, William & Mary)
Education: Boston College, B.A., 83; William & Mary, M.A., 84, Ph.D., 02
Current Position: Assistant Managing Editor, Books, Duke University Press
Fellowship Publications: "Fair-Weather Friends: Merino Sheep and the Origins of the Modern American Agricultural Fair," in New England's Creatures: 1993 Proceedings of the Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife (Boston, 1995): 95-108
Other Publications: "Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks: The English Mastiff and the Anglo-American Experience," The Historian 49 (1986): 10-25; "`The Horrid Disposition of the Times': Charles City County, Virginia, and the American Revolution," in Whittenburg and Coski, eds., Charles City County, Virginia: An Official History (Salem, WV., 1989), 45-51; "Elkanah Watson and Early Agricultural Fairs, 1790-1860," Historical Journal of Massachusetts 17 (1989): 105-18; ed.w/ Charles F. Hobson and Suzanne E. Coffman, The Papers of John Marshall, Vol. VII: April 1807-Dec. 1813 (Chapel Hill, 1993); w/ Dorothy Twohig and Jack D. Warren, The Papers of George Washington, Presidential Series, Vol. V: Jan.-June 1790 (Charlottesville, 1996); Vol. VI: July-Nov. 1790 (Charlottesville,1996); w/ Jack D. Warren, Vol. VIII: March-Sept. 1791 (Charlottesville, 1999), vol. IX: Sept. 1791-Feb. 1792 (Charlottesville, 2000)
Address: Duke University Press, Suite 18B, 905 W. Main St., Durham, NC 27701; mamastro[at]duke.edu
[Updated 2009]

MASUR, LOUIS P.
Fellowship:
Hiatt 82-83, "The Culture of Executions in America, 1776-1860" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Princeton)
Fellowship: Peterson 98-99, "The American Republic in 1831" (prof. of history, City College of New York)
Education: SUNY at Buffalo, B.A., 78; Princeton, M.A., 81, Ph.D., 85
Current Position: William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of American Institutions and Values, American studies, Trinity
Fellowship Publications: "The Revision of the Criminal Law in Post-Revolutionary America," Criminal Justice History 7 (1987): 21-36; Rites of Execution: Capital Punishment and the Transformation of American Culture, 1776-1865 (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1989); 1831: Year of Eclipse (Hill & Wang, 2001)
[Updated 2005]

MATTES, MARK ALAN
Fellowship:
Botein 09-10, "Letter Interception and Publication During the Era of Good Feelings" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, Iowa)
Education: [Updated 2009]

MAYER, HENRI ANDRE VAN HUYSEN
Fellowship:
Daniels 75-76, "American Views of Science, 1775-1810" (D.Phil. cand., California at Berkeley)
Education: Harvard, B.A., 70; California at Berkeley, M.A., 71, Ph.D., 73
Current Position: member, Board of Regents, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Other Publications:
King's Chapel: The First Century (1976); The Crocodile Man: A Case of Brain Chemistry and Criminal Violence (1976); "Agriculture: The Island Empire," Daedalus (1974)
[Updated 1997]

MAZZIO, JOANN
Fellowship:
Baron Artist 00, "Fremont Expeditions in the 1840's" (writer, Pinos Altos, NM)
Education: West Virginia, B.S., New Mexico, M.A
Other Publications: "The One Who Came Back" (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1992); "Leaving Eldorado" (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1993)
Address: P.O. Box 53106, Pinos Altos, NM 88053; jmazzio[at]earthlink.net
Web Page: www.mazziojoann.com
[Updated 2006]

MEARS, TANYA M.
Fellowship:
Peterson 08-09, "'To Lawless Rapine Bred': Early New England Execution Literature Featuring People of African Descent" (asst. prof. of history, Norfolk State)
Education: Massachusetts at Amherst, Ph.D. 05 [Updated 2008]

MELDRUM, BARBARA H.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 90-91, "Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Dynamics of Nineteenth-Century American Progress" (prof. of English, Idaho)
Education: Westmont, B.A., 56; Claremont Graduate School, M.A., 57, Ph.D., 64, Idaho, B.A. (music), 89
Current Position: prof. emerita of English, Idaho
Other Publications:
Under the Sun: Myth and Realism in Western American Literature (1985); Sophus K. Winther (1983); "Structure in Moby-Dick: The Whale Killings and Ishmael's Quest," ESQ 21 (1975): 612-68; Old West - New West: Centennial Essays (1993)
[Updated 1997]

MESSER, PETER
Fellowship:
ASECS, "Revolution by Committee: Law, Language, and Ritual in Revolutionary America" (asst. prof. of history, Mississippi State)
Education: Oregon, B.A., 90; Rutgers, Ph.D., 97
[Updated 2007]

MESSER, SARAH
Fellowship:
Wallace Artist 99, "Red House: A non-fiction memoir of place about one of the oldest continuously, lived-in houses in New England." (creative non-fiction writer/poet, Madison, WI)
Education: Middlebury, B.A., 88; Michigan, M.F.A., 91
Current Position: asst. prof., North Carolina at Wilmington
Fellowship Publications: Red House: Being a Mostly Accurate Account of New England's Oldest Continuously Lived-in House (Viking Press, 2004)
Other Publications: Bandit Letters (poetry) (New Issues Press, 2001)
Address: http://www.uncw.edu/writers/faculty-messers.html
[Updated 2005]

MIDDLETON, STEPHEN
Fellowship:
Peterson 94-95, "The Black Laws of Ohio" (assoc. prof. of history, North Carolina State)
Education: Ohio State, M.A., 77; Miami (Ohio), Ph.D., 87
Current Position: prof. of history, North Carolina State
Other Publications: Ohio and the Antislavery Activities of Attorney S.P. Chase (Garland, 1990); "We Must Not Fail: Horace Sudduth," Queen City Heritage 49 (1991); The Black Laws in the Old Northwest (Greenwood, 1993); "Law and Ideology in Ohio and Kentucky," Filson Club History Quarterly 67 (1993); Black Congressmen During Reconstruction: A Documentary Sourcebook (2002)
Web Page: http://social.chass.ncsu.edu/middleton/Biography/bio.html
[Updated 2007]

MIHM, STEPHEN
Fellowship:
Peterson 01-02, "The Alchemists: Counterfeiters and Counterfeiting in Antebellum America" (Ph.D. cand. in history, New York Univ.)
Education: Haverford, B.A. 91; New York Univ., M.A., 95, Ph.D. 03
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Georgia
Fellowship Publications: A Nation of Counterfeiters: Capitalists, Con Men, and the Making of the United States (Harvard University Press, 2007); "Accept No Imitations: The Campaign Against Counterfeits Past and Present," Common-place (July 2004) http://www.common-place.org/vol-04/no-04/mihm/
[Updated 2007]

MILES, WILLIAM
Fellowship:
Haven 84-85, "History and Bibliography of American Presidential Election Campaign Newspapers" (prof.-bibliographer, Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan)
Education: Wayne State, M.A., 68
Current Position: prof. emeritus, Central Michigan
Fellowship Publications: The People's Voice: An Annotated Bibliography of American Presidential Campaign Newspapers, 1828-1984 (Westport, CT.: Greenwood Press, 1987)
[Updated 2005]

MILLER, MARLA R.
Fellowship:
Peterson 94-95, "`My Daily Bread Depends Upon My Labor': Gender and Artisanry in Early America" (Ph.D. cand. in history, North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Education: Wisconsin at Madison, B.A., 88; North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ph.D., 97
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, Massachusetts at Amherst
Fellowship Publications: "My Daily Bread Depends Upon My Labor: Craftswomen, Community, and the Marketplace in Rural Massachusetts, 1740-1820" (Ph.D. diss., Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Other Publications: The Needle's Eye: Women and Work in the Age of Revolution (Univ. of Massachusetts Press, 2006); (w/ Anne Digan Tanning) "Common Parlors: Women and the Reservation of Community Identity in Pittsfield, M.A., 1870-1920," Gender and History 6 (Nov. 1994): 435-455
Web Page: http://www.umass.edu/history/faculty/miller.html
[Updated 2007]

MILTENBERGER, SCOTT A.
Fellowship:
Peterson 03-04, "All Gotham's Creatures: Animals and the Middle Class in New York City, 1783-1898" (Ph.D. cand. in history, California at Davis)
Education: Colgate, A.B., 99; California at Davis, M.A., 01
[Updated 2003]

MINTER, DAVID LEE
Fellowship:
Daniels 80-81, "Texts and Contexts: The Great Migration and King Philip's War" (prof. of English, Rice)
Education: North Texas State, B.A., 57, M.A., 59; Yale, B.D., 61, Ph.D., 65
Current Position: prof. emeritus , Rice
Fellowship Publications: Biographical essays on Samuel Danforth, James Hammond, Jonathan Mitchell, Thomas Prince, William Stoughton, Patrick Tailfer, and St. George Tucker, American Writers Before 1800: A Biographical and Critical Dictionary, vols.1-3, ed. James A. Levernier and Douglas R. Wilmes (Westport, CT.: Greenwood Press, 1983)
Other Publications: The Interpreted Design as a Structural Principle in American Prose (1969); William Faulkner: His Life and Works (1982); A Cultural History of the American Novel: Henry James to William Faulkner (Cambridge Univ. Press)
Web Page: http://cohesion.rice.edu//humanities/engl/english.cfm?doc_id=4968
[Updated 2005]

MITCHELL, BETTY L.
Fellowship:
Haven 85-86, "Antebellum and Civil War Biography" (assoc. prof. of history, Southeastern MA)
Education: Douglass, A.B., 69; Massachusetts at Amherst, M.A., 72, Ph.D., 79
Current Position: prof. of history, Massachusetts at Dartmouth
Fellowship Publications: "Out of the Glass House: Robert Todd Lincoln's Crucial Decade, 1865-75," Timeline Magazine (1988)
Other Publications: "Massachusetts Reacts to John Brown's Raid," Civil War History 19 (1973); "Realities Not Shadows," Civil War History 20 (1974)l Edmund Ruffin: A Biography (1981)
Address: UMASS Dartmouth, History Department, Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth, MA 02747; bmitchell[at]umassd.edu
[Updated 2008]

MIZELLE, DAVID BRETT
Fellowship:
AHPCS 98-99, "'To the Curious': Exhibition Animals, Human Identity, and the Contested Boundary between Man & Beast in Early America" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, Minnesota)
Education: Georgetown, B.A., 90; Minnesota, M.A., 95 Minnesota, Ph. D. 00
Current Position: director of American studies, California State, Long Beach
Fellowship Publications:
"'To the Curious': The Cultural Work of Exhibitions of Exotic and Performing Animals in the Early American Republic," (Ph. D. diss., Minnesota, 2000); "'Man Cannot Beholdit Without Comtemplating Himself': Monkeys, Apes and Human Identity in the Early American Republic," Explorations in Early American Culture: A Supplemental Issue of Pennsylvania History 66 (1999)
Address: Dept. of History, California State University, Long Beach, 1250 Bellflower Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90840-1601; dmizelle[at]csulb.edu
[Updated 2005]

MOODY, JOCELYN K.
Fellowship:
Peterson 02-03, "Silent Language: Enslaved Women and the Production of Literature Without Literacy" (Univ. of Washington)
Education: Spring Hill, B.A., 79; Wisconsin at Madison, M.A. 80; Kansas, Ph.D. 93
Current Position: edior of African American Reivew and assoc. prof. English, Saint Louis University
Other Publications: Sentimental Confessions: Spiritual Narratives of Nineteenth-Century African American Women (Univ. of Georgia, 2000)
[Updated 2004]

MOON, KRYSTYN R.
Fellowship:
Peterson 00-01, "From 'John Chinaman' to 'Japanese Sandman': China and Japan in American Music, 1850-1920" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Johns Hopkins)
Education: Pomona, B.A., 97; Johns Hopkins, M.A., 99, Ph.D., 02
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Mary Washington
Fellowship Publications: "'There's No Yellow in the Red, White, and Blue': The Creation of Anti-Japanese Music during World War II," Pacific Historical Review 72 (August 2003): 333-353; Yellowface: Creating the Chinese in American Popular Music and Performance, 1850s-1920s (Rutgers University Press, 2004)
Web Page: http://www.umw.edu/cas/history/our_faculty/default.php
[Updated 2007]

MORAN, KAREN L.
Fellowship: K-12 97, "The First National Women's Rights Convention held in Worcester in 1850" (teacher and co-ordinator for social studies dept. at Auburn Middle School, Auburn, MA)
Education: Wisconsin at Lacrosse, B.A., 68; Worcester State, M.Ed., 89
Fellowship Publications: "Revisiting the First National Woman's Rights Convention" (Classroom Script); "Angels and Infidels" curriculum packet online at www.burbankeducators.com
[Updated 2007]

MORGAN, DAVID
Fellowship:
AHPCS 97-98, "Millenial Progress" (assoc. prof. of art, Valparaiso)
Education: Concordia, B.A., 80; Arizona, M.A., 84; Chicago, Ph.D., 90
Current Position: Phyllis and Richard Duesenberg Professor in Christianity and the Arts, Valparaiso
Fellowship Publications: Protestants and Pictures: Religion, Visual Culture, and the Age of American Mass Production (New York and Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1999) [Best Book in Religion & Philosophy, Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the AAP]; Exhibiting the Visual Culture of American Religions, co-authored with Sally M. Promey (Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso, 2000); "For Christ and the Republic: Religious Illustrations and the History of Literacy in Ninteteenth-Century America," in David Morgan and Sally M. Promey, ed.s, The Visual Culture of American Religions. (Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 2001)
Other Publications: Visual Piety: A History and Theory of Popular Religious Images (Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 2001); The Visual Culture of American Religions, ed. David Morgan and Sally Promey (Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 2001); Icons of American Protestantism: The Art of Warner Sallman, ed. David Morgan, (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1996)
Web Page: http://faculty.valpo.edu/dmorgan/
[Updated 2005]

MORGAN, JO-ANN
Fellowship:
Last 07-08, "Mammies, Mulattos, and Matriarchs: African American Women in Nineteenth- Century Visual Culture" (asst. prof. of visual arts, Coastal Carolina)
Education: California College of Arts, G.F.A.; Schiller, M.A.; Wyoming, M.A., 87; Wyoming, M.F.A., 88; UCLA, Ph.D., 97
Fellowship Publications: Uncle Tom's Cabin as Visual Culture (University of Missouri Press, 2007) [2008 Peter Seaborg Award for Civil War Nonfiction]
[Updated 2008]

MORGAN, KENNETH
Fellowship:
Haven 82-83, "Shipping and Trade Patterns in the North Atlantic in the Mid-Eighteenth-Century" (instructor in history, Hyde Sixth Form, Cheshire, England)
Education: Leicester (England), B.A., 74; Cambridge, P.G.C.E., 81; Oxford, D.Phil., 84
Current Position: principal lecturer in history, Brunel Univ. College, Middlesex, England
Fellowship Publications:
"Shipping Patterns and the Atlantic Trade of Bristol, 1749-1770," William and Mary Quarterly 46 (1989): 506-38 [Beit Prize, Oxford Univ. Press, 1984]
Other Publications: "The Organization of the Convict Trade to Maryland: Stevenson, Randolph, and Cheston, 1768-1775, William and Mary Quarterly 42 (1985): 201-27; "English and American Attitudes Towards Convict Transportation, 1718-1775," History 72 (1987): 416-31; An American Quaker in the British Isles: The Travel Journals of Jabez Maud Fisher, 1775-1779 (Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1992); Bristol and the Atlantic Trade in the Eighteenth Century (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1993); "The Organization of the Colonial American Rice Trade," William and Mary Quarterly 52 (1995)
Web Page: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/about/acad/sssl/ssslstaff/ph_staff/kennethmorgan
[Updated 2007]

MORGAN, PHILIP D.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 96-97, "The World of an Anglo-Jamaican Planter in the Eighteenth Century" (prof. of history, Florida State)
Education: Cambridge, B.A., M.A., 81; Univ. College London, Ph.D., 78
Current Position: Sidney and Ruth Lapidus Professor in the American Revolutionary Era, Princeton
Other Publications: Slave Counterpoint: Black Culture in the Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake and Lowcountry (1998) [Albert J. Beveridge Award, American Historical Association, 1998; Bancroft Prize, 1999]
[Updated 2006]

MORSE, KATHRYN T.
Fellowship:
AHPCS 07-08 "The View from Here: American Environmental History through Images" (assoc. prof. of history and environmental studies, Middlebury)
Education: Yale, B.A., 88; Utah State, M.A., 92; Washington, Ph.D., 97

[Updated 2007]

MORSS, MARTHA
Fellowship:
Hearst 04-05, "Mary Katherine Goddard, colonial printer" (writer and editor)
Education: Ohio State, B.A.
[Updated 2004]

MOSKOWITZ, MARINA
Fellowship:
Peterson 05-06, "Seed Money: The Economies of Horticulture in Nineteenth-Century America" (asst. prof. of history, Glasgow)
Education: Yale, B.A., 90; Ph.D., 99
Other Publications: Standard of Living - the Measure of the Middle Class in Modern America (2004)
Web Page: http://www.history.arts.gla.ac.uk/staff/moskowitz.htm
[Updated 2005]

MOYNIHAN, KENNETH J.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 92-93, "A History of Worcester" (prof. of history, Assumption)
Education: Holy Cross, A.B., 66; Clark, M.A., 69, Ph.D., 73
Fellowship Publications: "Can the Scholars' History be the Public History?" Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 105, pt. 2 (Oct. 1995): 301-313
Other Publications: "Meetinghousevs. Courthouse: The Struggle for Legitimacy in Worcester, 1783-1788,"in Martin Kaufman, ed., Shays' Rebellion: Selected Essays (Westfield, MA, 1987), 34-54; (with Charles W. Estus and Kevin L. Hickey) "The Importance of Being Protestant: The Swedish Role in Worcester, Massachusetts,1868-1930," in Swedes in America: New Perspectives (Vaxjo, Sweden, 1993); Assumption College: A Centennial History, 1904-2004 (2004)
Web Page: http://www.assumption.edu/about/meetfac/facbios/moynihan.html
[Updated 2005]

MUDGETT, KATHRYN E.
Fellowship:
Peterson 99-00, "Dana, Melville, Justice Story, and the Law and Literature of the Sea" (Ph.D. cand. in English, Northeastern)
Education: Stonehill, B.A., 78; New Hampshire, M.A., 80; Connecticut School of Law, J.D., 85; Northeastern Ph.D., 01
Current Position: asst. prof. of humanities, Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Fellowship Publications: "'Cruelty to Seamen': Richard Henry Dana, Jr., Justice Story, and the Case of Nichols and Couch." The American Neptune 62.1 (Winter 2002): 47-68
Other Publications: "'I Stand Alone Here upon an Open Sea': Starbuck and the Limits of Positive Law," in John Bryant, et. al., ed. Ungraspable Phantom: Essays on Moby-Dick (forthcoming from Kent State UP, 2006)
Address: Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Harrington Hall, 101 Academy Drive, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532; kmudgett@maritime.edu
[Updated 2006]

MUELLER, LAVONNE
Fellowship:
Hearst 03-04, "A Collection of Short One-Story Plays About Six Notable American Women, Abigail Adams, Dolly Madison, Sacagawea, Lucy Stone, Harriet Tubman, and Martha Washington" (playwright, Chicago, IL)
Education: Indiana State, B.A., 75; Northern Illinois, M.A., 79
Web Page: http://www.lavonnemueller.com/
[Updated 2005]

MUIRHEAD, DEBORAH
Fellowship:
Hearst 02-03, "The Conjurer's Apprentice or The Legend of Yellow Mary: A Slave Girl's Tale of Survival by her Wit and Extraordinary Powers, as written by herself" (prof. of art and art history, Connecticut; visual artist)
Education: Illinois Wesleyan, B.F.A.; Illinois State, M.F.A., Painting
[Updated 2002]

MUISE, DELPHIN A.
Fellowship:
Rockefeller 75-76, "History of the Family" (National Museum of Man, Ottawa, Ontario)
Education: Western Ontario, Ph.D., 66
Current Position: prof. of history, Carleton
Web Page: http://http-server.carleton.ca/~dmuise/
[Updated 2005]

MULLER, KEVIN
Fellowship:
Last 08-09, "An Undergraduate Course on Visual Culture in American Life, 1600-1900" (asst. prof. of art history, Utah State)
Education:
[Updated 2008]

MURRAY, ROBINSON, III
Fellowship:
Daniels 79-80, "Bibliography of New Hampshire Imprints" (assoc. librarian, Essex Institute)
Education: Harvard, B.A., 69; Chicago, M.A., 70
Current Position: rare book dealer, Melrose, MA
[Updated 1997]

MURRIN, JOHN M.
Fellowship:
NEH 01-02, "Crisis and Upheaval in the English Atlantic World, 1673-1692" (prof. of history, Princeton)
Education: St. Thomas, B.A., 57; Notre Dame, M.A., 60, Yale, Ph.D., 66
Current Position: prof. emeritus, Princeton
Web Page: http://www.princeton.edu/history/people/display_person.xml?netid=murrin
[Updated 2007]

MUTSCHLER, BEN
Fellowship:
Peterson 96-97, "Cultures of Sickness, Cultures of Health: Illness in New England, 1690-1820" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Columbia)
Education: Harvard, A.B., 88, Columbia, M.A., 92, M. Phil., 94
Current Position: asst. prof of history, Oregon State
Web Page: http://oregonstate.edu/cla/history/faculty/mutschlerb/
[Updated 2007]

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