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SACHS, AARON
Fellowship:
Peterson 07-08, "Death and Life in the American Environment: Radical Arcadias of the Nineteenth Century" (asst. prof of history, Cornell)
Education: Harvard, A.B., 92; Yale, Ph.D., 04
[Updated 2007]

SACHS, HONOR
Fellowship:
Peterson 02-03, "The Best Poor Woman's Country: Women, Gender, and Politics in the Eighteenth-Century Kentucky Backcountry" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Wisconsin at Madison)
Education: Dartmouth, B.A., 94; Wisconsin, M.A., 99
[Updated 2002]

SALISBURY, NEAL
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 95-96, "From Frontier to Society: Natives, Settlers, and the Transformation of Southern New England" (prof. of history, Smith)
Education: California at Los Angeles, B.A., 63, M.A., 66; Ph.D., 72
Fellowship Publications: (ed.w/ intro.) The Sovereignty and Goodness of God, By Mary Rowlandson, With Related Documents (Boston: Bedford Books, 1997)
Other Publications: Manitou and Providence: Indians, Europeans, and the Making of New England, 1500-1643 (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1982); "The Indians' Old World: Native Americans and the Coming of Europeans," William and Mary Quarterly 53 (1996): 435-58; A Companion to American Indian History, Ed. with Philip J. Deloria, (Malden, MA. and Oxford: Blackwell, 2002)
Address: Dept.of History, Smith College, Northampton, MA 01063; nsalisbu@smith.edu
Web Page: http://www.smith.edu/history/fac_nsalisbury.htm
[Updated 2006]

SAMUELS, SHIRLEY
Fellowship: AAS-NEMLA 88-89, "Politics and the Family in the Early Republic" (assoc. prof. of English, Cornell)
Education: California at Berkeley, B.A., 77, M.A., 81, Ph.D., 86
Current Position: prof. of English, Cornell
Fellowship Publications:
"The Identity of Slavery," in Shirley Samuels, ed., The Culture of Sentiment: Race, Gender, and Sentimentality in 19th-Century America (Oxford Univ. Press, 1992), repr. in Romances of the Republic: Women, the Family, and Violence in the Literature of the Early American Nation (Oxford Univ. Press, 1996); "Miscegenated America," American Literary History (Fall 1997)
Other Publications: "Plague and Politics in 1793: Arthur Mervyn," Criticism (1985); "The Family, the State, and the Novel in the Early Republic," American Quarterly (1986); "Infidelity and Contagion: The Rhetoric of Revolution," Early American Literature (1987); "Wieland: Alien and Infidel," Early American Literature (1990); "Generation through Violence," in Dan Peck, ed., New Essays on Last of the Mohicans, (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1992); Facing America: Cultural Iconography and the Civil War (Oxford University Press, 2004)
Address: English Dept., Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853; srs8@cornell.edu
Web Page: target="_blank">http://www.arts.cornell.edu/english/cv/samuels.short.html
[Updated 2006]

SANTORO, LILY
Fellowship:
Peterson 07-08 "The Science of God's Creation: Popular Science and Christianity in the Early Republic" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Delaware)
Education: USC, B.A., 01; Delaware, M.A., 04 [Updated 2007]

ST. GEORGE, ROBERT B.
Fellowship:
Boni 81-82, "Popular Literature and Reading in Massachusetts, 1640-1720" (Ph.D. cand. dept. folklore & folklife, Pennsylvania)
Education: Hamilton, A.B., 76; Delaware, M.A., 78; Pennsylvania, M.A., 80, Ph.D., 82
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, Pennsylvania
Fellowship Publications: "From Nature to Culture," Portfolio: The Magazine of the Fine Arts 4 (1982): 88-93; "`Set Thine House in Order': The Domestication of the Yeomanry in Seventeenth-Century New England," in Jonathan L. Fairbanks, ed., New England Begins: The Seventeenth Century (Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1982), 2: 159-83; "`Heated Speech' and Literacy in Seventeenth-Century New England," in David D. Hall and David G. Allen, eds., Seventeenth-Century New England, (1984), 275-322
Other Publications: ed., Material Life in America, 1600-1860 (Boston: Northeastern Univ. Press, 1988) [Fred Kniffer Prize, 1988]; ed., Benno M. Forman, American Seating Furniture, 1630-1730: An Interpretive Catalogue of the Winterthur Collection (New York: W.W. Norton, 1988) [George Wittenborn Award of the Art Libraries of North America, 1988, Charles F. Montgomery Prize, 1988]; "Bawns and Beliefs: Architecture, Commerce, and Conversion in Early New England," Winterthur Portfolio 25:4 (Winter 1990): 241-87; Conversing By Signs: Place and Performance in Early New England Culture (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1995)
Web Page: http://www.sas.upenn.edu/folklore/faculty/stgeorge.html
[Updated 2006]

SANDAGE, SCOTT A.
Fellowship: Peterson 93-94, "Deadbeats, Drunkards, and Dreamers: The Problem of Failure in Nineteenth-Century America" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Rutgers)
Education: Iowa, B.A., 85; Rutgers, M.A., 92, Ph.D., 95
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, Carnegie Mellon
Fellowship Publications: Deadbeats, Drunkards, and Dreamers: A Cultural History of Failure in America, 1819-1893 (Ph.D. diss., Rutgers) [Northeastern Association of Grad. Schools prize, 1995-96]; "The Gaze of Success: Failed Men and the Sentimental Marketplace, 1873-1893," in Chapman and Hendler, ed., Sentimental Men: Masculinity and the Politics of Affect in American Culture (University of California Press, 1999); Born Losers: A History of Failure in America (Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 2005) [awarded the Thomas J. Wilson Prize for the best "first book" accepted by Harvard press];
Other Publications: "A Marble House Divided: The Lincoln Memorial, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Politics of Memory, 1939-1963," Journal of American History 80, no. 1 (June 1993): reprinted in Scott-Childress, ed., Race and the Production of Modern American Nationalism, (Garland Press, 1998) and in Charles Payne and Adam Green, eds., Time Longer than Rope: A Century of African-American Activism (NYU Press, 2003).
[Updated 2005]

SAPPOL, MICHAEL
Fellowship:
Peterson 96-97, "Singing the Body Electric" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Columbia)
Education: City College of New York, B.A., 78; Columbia, Ph.D., 97
Current Position: Curator-historian, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine (NIH)
Fellowship Publications:
The Cultural Politics of Anatomy in Nineteenth Century America: Death, Dissection, and Embodied Social Identity (Ph.D. diss., Columbia, 1997); A Traffic of Dead Bodies: Anatomy and Embodied Social Identity in Nineteenth-Century America (Princeton Univ. Press, 2002)
Other Publications: "Sammy Tubbs and Dr. Hubbs: Anatomical dissection, minstrelsy, and the technology of selfmaking in postbellum America," Configurations 4.2 (1996): 131-83; "'The foul altar of a dissecting table': Anatomy, sex and sensationalist fiction in antebellum America," Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, ser.5, 20 (1998): 65-97; Dream anatomy (USGPO, 2006)
Address: National Library of Medicine; Bldg. 38, Rm 1E-21, 8600 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20894; sappolm[at]mail.nih.gov
[Updated 2008]

SASSI, JONATHAN
Fellowship:
AAS-ASECS 99-00, "Clerical Communities and the Religious Public Sphere" (asst. prof. of history, College of Staten Island)
Current Position: assoc. prof of history, College of Staten Island and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
Education: Princeton, B.A., 89; California at Los Angeles, M.A., 91, Ph.D., 96
Fellowship Publications: A Republic of Righteousness: The Public Christianity of the Post-Revolutionary New England Clergy (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2001)
Other Publications: "'This whole country have their hands full of Blood this day': Transcription and Introduction of an Antislavery Sermon Manuscript Attributed to the Reverend Samuel Hopkins," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 112.1 (June 2004): 29-92.
Address: Dept. of History, 2N215, College of Staten Island, CUNY, 2800 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10314; sassi@mail.csi.cuny.edu
Web Page: http://web.gc.cuny.edu/History/Profs/sassi.html
[Updated 2006]

SCHACHTERLE, LANCE E.
Fellowship:
Mellon 73-74, An edition of James Fenimore Cooper's The Pioneers (asst. prof.of English, Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
Fellowship: R.A. 84-85, research for an edition of Cooper's The Spy (prof. of English, Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
Education: Haverford, B.A., 66; Pennsylvania, Ph.D., 70
Current Position: asst. provost and prof. of English, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Fellowship Publications:
"The Three 1823 Editions of Cooper's The Pioneers," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 84 (1974): 219-32; ed., James Fenimore Cooper, The Pioneers with Kenneth Anderson (Albany: SUNY Press, 1980; repr., Library of America, 1985; paperback repr., Viking-Penguin, 1987); (with Kent Ljungquist) "Fenimore Cooper's Literary Defenses: Twain and the Text of The Deerslayer," Studies in the American Renaissance 1988: 401-7; "Cooper's Spy and the Possibility of American Fiction," Studies in theHumanities (1991); "Cooper and Wordsworth," Univ. of Mississippi Studies in English, n.s., 10 (1992): 26-36
Other Publications: "Bandwidthas Metaphor for Consciousness in Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow," Studies in the Literary Imagination 22 (Spring 1989): 101-17; (ed. with Michael W. Vella and Louis Mackey) The Meritorious Price of Our Redemption by William Pynchon (1590-1662)
Web Page: http://users.wpi.edu/~les/
[Updated 2006]

SCHANTZ, MARK S.
Fellowship:
Hiatt 87-88, "Piety in Providence: The Class Dimensions of Religious Experience in Providence, Rhode Island, 1790-1860" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Emory)
Education: George Washington, B.A., 77; Yale Divinity School, M.Div., 81; Emory, Ph.D., 91
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, Hendrix
Fellowship Publications:
"Religious Tracts, Evangelical Reform, and the Market Revolution in Antebellum America," Journal of the Early Republic (Fall, 1997); Piety in Providence: The Class Dimensions of Religious Experience in Antebellum Rhode Island (Cornell Univ. Press, 2000)
[Updated 2005]

SCHIAVO, LAURA
Fellowship:
Peterson 99-00, "'A Collection of Endless Extent and Beauty': Stereographs, Perception, Taste and the American Middle Class" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, George Washington)
Education: Wesleyan, B.A., 91; George Washington, M.Phil., 98, Ph.D., 03
Current Position: visiting asst. prof. of American studies, George Washington
Fellowship Publications:
"From Phantom Image to Perfect Vision: Physiological Optics, Commercial Photography, and the Popularization of the Stereoscope," in New Media, 1740-1915, Lisa Gitelman and Geoffrey Pingree, eds. (MIT Press, forthcoming)
[Updated 2004]

SCHIRMEISTER, PAMELA J.
Fellowship:
Peterson 94-95, "A Cultural Biography of James Fenimore Cooper" (asst. prof. of English, New York Univ.)
Education: Yale, B.A., 80, Ph.D., 88; Johns Hopkins, M.A., 81
Current Position: assoc. dean of the Graduate School, Yale; lecturer in English, Yale
Fellowship Publications:
(w/April Alliston) Biography of James Fenimore Cooper (untitled and forthcoming); (w/ April Alliston) "James Fenimore Cooper: Entrepreneur of the Self," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 107 (1997); "Taking Precautions: Gender Identification as Masquerade in James Fenimore Cooper," in Frederick R. Karl, ed. Studies in Biography, vol. 3 (AMS Press, 1997): 39-54; (w/ April Alliston) "'A Gentleman-like Training,'" The Yale Review (Yale UP, Jul. 2001); "America Abroad," American Cultural Icons: Configurations and Refigurations, ed. Bernd Engler, (forthcoming)
Other Publications: Less Legible Meanings: Between Poetry and Philosophy in the Work of Emerson (Stanford Univ. Press, 1999); The Consolations of Space: The Place of Romance in Hawthorne, Melville, and James (Stanford Univ. Press, 1990); ed. and intro., Representative Man by Ralph Waldo Emerson (Marsilio, 1996)
Address: Yale University, Graduate School, P.O. Box 208236, 320 York Street, New Haven, CT 06520-8236; Pamela.schirmeister@yale.edu
Web Page: http://www.yale.edu/english/profiles/schirmeister.html
[Updated 2008]

SCHMIDT, KLAUS
Fellowship:
R.A. 95-96, "'Between Periphery and Center': Studies in the Literatures and Cultures of British America, 1702-1776" (asst. prof. of British and American studies, Univ. of Mainz, Germany)
Education: Mainz, B.A., 85; M.A., 88; Ph.D., 94
Fellowship Publications: (ed. w/ Fritz Fleischmann) "Anything But Well Explored": New Essays on Early American Culture (Baltimore: Lang, forthcoming); (ed. w/ David Sawyer) Blurred Boundaries: Critical Essays on American Literature, Language, and Culture (Frankfurt: Lnag, 1996); "Resonance, Resistance, Real-Life Encounters: (Narrative) Boundary-Crossing in the Early American Contact Zone" in Christian Todenhagen and Wolfgang Thiele, eds. Investigations into Narrative Structure (Peter Lang, 2002)
Other Publications: "The Outsider's Vision" (Frankfurt: Lang, 1994); (ed. w/ Flip Sides) New Critical Essays on American Literature (Frankfurt: Lang, 1995); "Between Creativity and Conformity: Marginality and Gender in Toni Morrison's Sula," in Horst W. Drescher, ed., Transfer: Übersetzen-Dolmetschen-Interkulturalitbt (Frankfurt: Lang, 1997): 412-30; "Teaching Native Son in a German Undergraduate Literature Class," in James A. Miller, ed., Approaches to Teaching Wright's Native Son, (New York: MLA, forthcoming)
[Updated 2005]

SCHOOLMAN, MARTHA
Fellowship:
Peterson 06-07, "American Abolitionist Geographies" (asst. prof. of English, Miami Univ. of Ohio)
Education: Chicago, A.B., 92; Texas at Austin, M.A., 96; Pennsylvania, Ph.D., 05
Web Page: http://www.units.muohio.edu/english/People/Faculty/Q_Z/SchoolmanMartha.html
[Updated 2007]

SCHOONE-JONGEN, ROBERT
Fellowship:
K-12 95, "Conduct a Survey of how Popular Hymns and Other Religious Songs Reflected Views on Political/Social Issues, 1775-1800" (social studies teacher, SW Minnesota Christian High School)
Education: Calvin, B.A., 71; Kentucky, M.A., 73
Current Position: Ph.D. cand. in history, Delaware
Address:
606 6th Ave. W., Edgerton, MN 56128; silentcal70@hotmail.com.
[Updated 2001]

SCHRADER, ARTHUR F.
(Died
2004)
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 79-80, "The Isaiah Thomas Ballad Collection" (performer and singing history scholar)
Education: Buffalo, B.A., 50, M.Ed., 57
Fellowship Publications: "Documentation of Anglo-American Folksongs Between 1770 and 1850," New Jersey Folklore 7 (1982); "Meandering Banks of the Dee," New York Folklore 8 (1982); "Broadside Ballads of Boston, 1813: The Isaiah Thomas Collection," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 98 (1988): 30-50; "Wilks," "No. 45," and "Mr. Billings," American Music vol.7, #4 (1989)
[Updated 2005]

SCHULTZ, HEIDI M.
Fellowship:
Peterson 95-96, "Women Writing in the American South: Writing at Female Academies and 'Writing Without Teachers,' 1800-1860" (Ph.D. cand. in English, North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Education: Lenoir-Rhyne College, B.A., 80; North Carolina at Charlotte: M.A., 89; North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ph.D., 97
Current Position: prof. and dir. of management and corporate communication, Kenan-Flagler Business School, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Fellowship Publications:
"Southern Women Learn to Write: 1830-1860" (Ph.D. diss., North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1997)
Other Publications: "Edgar Allan Poe Sumbits 'The Bells'" Resources for American Literary Study vol. 22, no. 2 (Nov. 1996) 166-81; "Theed.'s Desk at Sartain's Magazine," American Periodicals vol. 6 (1996): 92-134
Address: Kenan-Flagler Business School, CB#3490 McColl Building, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3490; Heidi_Schultz[at]unc.edu
Web Page: http://www.kenan-flagler.unc.edu/Faculty/search/detail.cfm?person_id=67
[Updated 2006]

SCHURMAN, LYDIA CUSHMAN
Fellowship:
Peterson 88-89, "Publishers, Publications, and Purveyors: The Dime Novel Publishing World, 1860-1915" (prof. of English, Northern Virginia Comm. College)
Education: Cornell, B.A., 50; Harvard, M.A.T., 54; George Mason, M.A., 76; Maryland, Ph.D., 84
Current Position: prof. emerita of English, Northern Virginia Comm. College
Fellowship Publications:
"The Sensational Stories and Dime Noel Writing Days of Louisa May Alcott, Horatio Alger, Theodore Dreiser, and Upton Sinclair," Dime Novel Round-Up, no. 594 (Dec. 1988), 84-92; "Anthony Comstock's Lifelong Crusade Against `Vampire Literature,'" Dime Novel Round-Up, no. 600 (Dec.1989), 82-88; "Those Famous American Periodicals--The Bible, The Odyssey and Paradise Lost--Or, The Great Second-Class Mail Swindle," Publishing History XL (1996): 33-52
Other Publications:
co-ed. with Larry E. Sullivan, Pioneers, Passionate Ladies, and Private Eyes: Dime Novels, Series Books, and Paperbacks. (Binghampton, NY: The Haworth Press, 1997); Scorned Literature: Essays on the History and Criticism of Popular Mass-Produced Fiction in America, co-ed. with Deidre A. Johnson (Greenwood Press, 2002)
[Updated 2001]

SCHWARZLOSE, RICHARD A.
(Died
2003)
Fellowship: Peterson 84-85, "The Origins of the Newspaper Press" (assoc. prof. of journalism, Northwestern)
Education: Illinois, B.S., 59, M.A., 60, Ph.D., 65
Other Publications: American Wire Services: A Study of Their Development as a Social Institution (1979); Newspapers: A Reference Guide (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1987); The Nation's Newsbrokers: Vol. 1: The Formative Years, from Pretelegraph to 1865 (Evanston: Northwestern, 1988); The Nation's Newsbrokers: Vol. 2: The Rush to Institution, from 1865 to 1920 (Evanston: Northwestern, 1989)
[Updated 2006]

SCHWEIGER, BETH BARTON
Fellowship:
Peterson 03-04, "Reading Slavery: Southerners and Their Books" (asst. prof. of history, Arkansas)
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 08-09, "Reading Before Literacy: The Uses of English Grammar in the Early Nineteenth Century" (assoc. prof. of history, Arkansas)
Education: Stephen F. Austin State, B.A., 83; Virginia, M.A., 87, Ph.D., 94
Other Publications: Religion in the American South: Protestants and Others in History and Culture. ed. with Donald G. Mathews (University of North Carolina Press, 2004); The Gospel Working Up: Progress and the Pulpit in Nineteenth-Century Virginia (Oxford University Press, 2000)
[Updated 2006]

SCOTT, DONALD M.
Fellowship:
Daniels 79-80, "The Public Lecture in Mid-19th Century America" (assoc. prof. of history, North Carolina State)
Fellowship: NEH 81-82, "Public Lectures and the Formation of America Culture, 1830-1870" (assoc. prof. of history, North Carolina State)
Education: Harvard, B.A., 62; Wisconsin, M.S., 64, Ph.D., 68
Current Position: prof. of history and Dean of Faculty of the Division of Social Sciences, Queens College, CUNY
Fellowship Publications:
"The Popular Lecture and the Creation of a Public in Mid-Nineteenth Century America," Journal of American History 66 (1980); America's Families: A Documentary History (1982); "Print and the Public Lecture System, 1840-1860," in William L. Joyce et al., eds., Printing and Society in Early America, (Worcester: AAS, 1983); "Itinerant Lectures and Lecturing in New England, 1800-1850," in Peter Benes, ed., Hierarchy in New England and New York (1986); "Knowledge and the Marketplace," in Gilbert et al., The Mythmaking Frame of Mind: Social Imagination and American Culture (Belmont, CA, 1993)
Other Publications: From Office to Profession: New England Ministry, 1750-1850 (1978)
Web Page:http://web.gc.cuny.edu/History/Profs/scott.html
[Updated 2006]

SECORD, JAMES A.
Fellowship:
Botein 04-05, "Nature as News: Reporting Science in the Antebellum American Illustrated Press" (prof. of history and philosophy of science, Cambridge)
Current Position: prof. of history and philosophy of science, Cambridge; director, Darwin Correspondence Project
Other Publications: Victorian Sensation: The Extraordinary Publication, Reception and Secret Authorship of "Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation" (Univ. of Chicago Press, 2000); Controversy in Victorian Geology: The Cambrian-Silurian Dispute (Princeton Univ. Press, 1986).
Web Page: http://www.hps.cam.ac.uk/dept/secord.html
[Updated 2006]

SEELYE, JOHN D.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 85-86, "The River in the Early American Republic" (graduate research prof., Florida)
Fellowship: R.A. 87-88, "Plymouth Rock" (graduate research prof., Florida)
Fellowship: R.A. 94-95, "Plymouth Rock" (graduate research prof., Florida)
Education: Wesleyan, B.A., 53; Claremont Graduate School, M.A., 56, Ph.D., 61
Current Position: prof. of English, Florida
Fellowship Publications: "`Rational Exultation': The Erie Canal Celebration of 1825," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 84 (1984): 241-68; "Monumental Trivia: The Rhetorical History of Plymouth Rock" (paper, Southeastern American studies Association, 1987); Beautiful Machine: Rivers and the Republican Plan, 1755-1828 (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1991)
Other Publications: Melville: The Ironic Diagram (1970); Prophetic Waters: The River in Early American Life and Literature (1977)
Web Page: http://web.english.ufl.edu/faculty/jseelye/indexFrame.html
[Updated 2006]

SEEMAN, ERIK R.
Fellowship:
Hiatt 92-93, "Laity, Clergy, and the Shaping of Popular Religious Culture in New England, 1720-1770" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Michigan)
Education: Harvard, A.B., 89
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, SUNY at Buffalo
Fellowship Publications:
"She Died Like Good Old Jacob, Deathbed Scenes and Inversions of Power in New England, 1675-1775," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 104:4: 285-314; Pious Persuasions: Laity and Clergy in Eighteenth-Century New England (Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1999)
Other Publications: "The Spiritual Labour of John Barnard: An Eighteenth-Century Artisan Constructs His Piety," Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation 5 (Summer 1995): 181-215
Web Page: http://web.english.ufl.edu/faculty/jseelye/indexFrame.html
[Updated 2006]

SENTILLES, RENÉE M.
Fellowship:
Mellon Post-Diss. 98-99, "Performing Menken: Adah Isaacs Menken's American Odyssey" (visiting asst. prof. of history, Franklin & Marshall)
Fellowship: Peterson 03-04, "Tomboys and Other Nineteenth-Century Girls" (asst. prof. of history, Case Western Reserve)
Education: Mount Holyoke, B.A., 88; Utah State, M.A., 91; William & Mary, Ph.D., 97
Fellowship Publications: Performing Menken: Ada Isaacs Menken and the Birth of American Celebrity (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2003)
Web Page: http://www.case.edu/artsci/hsty/sentilles.html [Updated 2006]

SHALHOPE, ROBERT E.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 95-96, "A Yeoman's Life: Hiram Harwood, 1806-1837" (George Lynn Cross prof. of history, Oklahoma)
Education: DePauw, B.S., 63; Missouri, M.A., 64, Ph.D., 67
Fellowship Publications: A Tale of New England: The Diaries of Hiram Harwood, Vermont Farmer, 1810-1837 (Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2003)
Other Publications: Bennington and the Green Mountain Boys: The Emergence of Liberal Democracy in Vermont, 1760-1850 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1996)
Web Page: http://www.ou.edu/cas/history/faculty_bio_shalhope.html
[Updated 2006]

SHEEHAN, TANYA
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 09-10, "Blacks and Whites: Race and Early Photographic Humor" (asst. prof. of Art History, Rutgers)
Education: Brown, Ph.D. [Updated 2009]

SHEETS, KEVIN B.
Fellowship:
Peterson 97-98, "Latin America, The Dead Language, Schools, and the Culture of the Educated Man" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Virginia)
Education: Gettysburg, B.A., 92; Virginia, M.A., 94
Current Position: asst. prof., State Univ. of New York, College at Cortland
Fellowship Publications: Et Tu America? The Rise and Fall of Latin in Schools, Society, and the Culture of the Educated Man (diss.)
Address: Dept. of History, SUNY Cortland, Cortland, NY 13045
Web Page: http://www.cortland.edu/history/faculty/sheetsk.asp
[Updated 2006]

SHEIDLEY, HARLOW W.
Fellowship:
Hiatt 83-84, "Sectional Nationalism: Massachusetts Conservatives and the Epic of New England, 1815-1836" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Connecticut)
Education: Stanford, A.B., 63; Connecticut, M.A., 78, Ph.D, 90
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Colorado at Colorado Springs
Fellowship Publications:
"Preserving the `Old Fabrick': The Massachusetts Conservative Elite and the Constitutional Convention of 1820-1821," Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society 103 (1991): 114-37; "The Webster-Hayne Debate: Recasting New England's Sectionalism," New England Quarterly 67 (1994): 5-29; Sectional Nationalism: Massachusetts Conservative Leaders and America, 1815-1836 (Northeastern Univ. Press., 1999)
Other Publications: Dialogues of a New Republic: An Exhibition of Selected Items from the Pierce Welch Gaines Collection of Americana (1980)
Web Page: http://web.uccs.edu/history/faculty/index.html
[Updated 2003]

SHELL, MARC
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 81-82, "Money and Symbolism in America: Case Studies" (assoc. prof. of English, SUNY at Buffalo)
Education: Stanford, B.A., 68; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 70; Yale, M.A., 72, Ph.D., 75
Current Position: Irving Babbit Professor of Comparative Literature and prof. of English, Harvard
Fellowship Publications:
Money, Language, and Thought: Literary and Philosophical Economies from the Medieval to the Modern Era (Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1982); The End of Kinship: "Measure for Measure," Incest, and the Idea of Universal Siblinghood (Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press, 1988)
Other Publications: Money, Language, and Thought: Literary and Philosophical Economies from the Medieval to the Modern Era (Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1982); "Babel in America; or, The Politics of Language Diversity in the United States," Critical Inquiry 20 (1993): 103-27
Web Page: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~complit/mshell.htm
[Updated 2006]

SHERIFF, CAROL
Fellowship:
Peterson 91-92, "The Social and Cultural Impact of the Erie Canal, 1790-1860" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Yale)
Education: Wesleyan, B.A., 85; Yale, M.A., 88, M.Phil., 90, Ph.D., 93
Current Position: prof. of history, William & Mary
Fellowship Publications:
The Artificial River: The Erie Canal and the Paradox of Progress, 1817-1862 (New York: Hill & Wang, 1996) [Awarded the 1996 New York State Historical Association prize for the best ms. on NY State History and the 1996 Award for Excellence in Research using the holdings of the New York State Archives]
Web Page: http://www.wm.edu/history/directory.php?personid=6516
[Updated 2008]

SHIELDS, DAVID S.
Fellowship:
Haven 85-86, "Literary Neoclassicism during the 1740s and 1750s in Massachusetts" (asst. prof. of English, The Citadel)
Current Position: McClintock Professor of Southern Letters, depts. of English and history, South Carolina
Education: William & Mary, B.A., 73; Chicago, M.A., 75, Ph.D., 82
Fellowship Publications: "Clio Mocks the Masons: Joseph Green's Anti-Masonic Satires," in J. A. Leo Lemay, ed., Deism, Masonry, and the Enlightenment, (1986): 109-26; "Then Shall Religion to America Flee: Herbert and Colonial American Poetry," in Edmund Miller and Robert DiYanni, eds., Like Season'd Timber; New Essays on George Herbert, (New York: Peter Lang, 1987); "Nathaniel Gardner, Jr., and the Literary Culture of Boston in the 1750s," Early American Literature 24 (1989): 196-216; Oracles of Empire: Poetry, Politics, and Commerce in British America, 1690-1750 (Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1990); "Belles Lettres in British America," in Sacvan Bercovitch, ed., vol. 1, The Cambridge History of American Literature, (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1992)
Other Publications: "The Wits and Poets of Pennsylvania," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (1985); "The Religious Sublime and New England Poets of the 1720s," Early American Literature 19 (1985)
Web Page: http://www.cas.sc.edu/engl/eal/davidsshields/
[Updated 2005]

SHOEMAKER, NANCY
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 06-07, "The Whaling History of New England Indians" (prof. of history, Connecticut)
Education: Wellesley, B.A., 80; New York, M.A., 83; Minnesota, Ph.D., 91
[Updated 2006]

SHORE, LAURENCE
Fellowship:
Daniels 81-82, "The Degradation and Dignity of Labor: Political Economy and the Southern Ruling Elite, 1850-76" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Johns Hopkins)
Fellowship Publications: Southern Capitalists: The Ideological Leadership of an Elite, 1832-1885 (Chapel Hill, Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1986)
[Updated 1997]

SHUSTER, ROBERT
Fellowship:
Baron 06, "America's culture of war and the military in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, for his non-fiction book The Indestructible Soldier " (writer)
[Updated 2006]

SIDBURY, JAMES
Fellowship:
Mellon 02-03, "Conceptions of Africa in Early African-American Culture, 1760-1830" (asso. prof. of history, Texas at Austin)
Education: Johns Hopkins, B.A., 80; M.A., 88; Ph.D. 91
Other Publications: Becoming African in America: Race and Nation in the Early Black Atlantic (Oxford University Press, 2007)
Other Publications: Ploughshares into Swords: Race, Rebellion, and Identity in Gabriel's Virginia, 1730-1810 (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1997)
Web Page: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/history/faculty/profiles/sidbury/james/
[Updated 2008]

SIEGEL, NANCY
Fellowship:
Last 08-09, "Bodily Functions as Body Politic: Scenes of Protest in Eighteenth-Century Prints" (asst. prof. of art history, Juniata)
Education: Franklin & Marshall, B.A., 88; Rutgers, M.A., 94, Ph.D. 99
Other Publications: The Morans: The Artistry of a Nineteenth-Century Family of Painter-Etchers (Huntingdon, PA: Juniata Press, 2001); Along the Juniata: Thomas Cole and the Dissemination of American Landscape Imagery (Seattle: University of Washington Press in association with the Juniata College Museum of Art, 2003)
[Updated 2008]

SIEVENS, MARY BETH
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 09-10, "The Fruit of My Industry: Household Economy, the Market, and Consumer Society in New England, 1790-1865" (assoc. prof. of history, SUNY-Fredonia)
Education: Mount Holyoke, A.B.; Boston, Ph.D., 97
[Updated 2009]

SIKORYAK, R.
Fellowship:
Baron 06, "Comic Strip Adaptation of Moby Dick" (cartoonist)
Education: Parsons, B.F.A., 87
Other Publications: Masterpiece Comics (forthcoming May 2009)
Web page: rsikoryak.com
[Updated 2008]

SILVER-ISENSTADT, JEAN
Fellowship:
Peterson 95-96, "Pure Pleasure: The Shared Life and Work of Mary S. Gove Nichols and Thomas Low Nichols in American Health Reform" (Ph.D. cand. in history and sociology of science, Pennsylvania)
Education: Wesleyan, B.A., 90; Johns Hopkins, M.A., 91, Pennsylvania, M.A., 94, Ph.D., 97
Current Position: medical student, Maryland School of Medicine
Fellowship Publications:
Shameless: The Visionary Life of Mary Gove Nichols (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2002); "A Comprehensive and Confidential Treatise" chapter in Charles E. Rosenberg, ed. Health In The Home (Baltimore: John Hopkins Univ. Press, in press); "Mary S. Gove Nichols: Making the Personal Political," chapter in Kristie Lindenmeyer, ed. Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources Inc., 2000); "Nichols, Thomas Low," entry in American National Biography, edited by John A. Garraty and Mark C. Carnes (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1999)
Address: 9038 Queen Maria Ct., Columbia, MD 21045; jsilv001@umaryland.edu
[Updated 2002]

SILVERMAN, DAVID
Fellowship:
Mellon Post-diss. 01-02, "Conditions for Coexistence, Climates for Collapse: The Challenges of Indian Life on Martha's Vineyard, 1524-1871" (asst. prof. of history, Wayne State)
Fellowship: AAS-ASECS 05-06, "Brothertown: American Indians and the Problem of Race" (asst. prof. of history, George Washington)
Education: Rutgers, B.A., 93; William & Mary, M.A., 96; Princeton, Ph.D., 00
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, George Washington
Fellowship Publications: "'We chuse to be bounded': Indian Animal Husbandry in Colonial New England," William and Mary Quarterly (2003); Faith and Boundaries: Colonists, Christianity, and Community Among the Wampanoag Indians of Martha's Vineyard, 1600-1871 (New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2005); "Indians, Missionaries, and Religious Translation: Creating Wampanoag Christianity in Seventeenth-Century Martha's Vineyard," William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser. 72 (2005), 141-74 [Lester J. Capon Award, 2005]
Other Publications: "The Impact of Indentured Servitude on Southern New England Indian Society and Culture, 1680-1810," NEQ 74 (2001), 622-66; "Deposing the Sachem to Defend the Sachemship: Indian Land Sales and Native Political Structure on Martha's Vineyard, 1680-1740," Explorations in Early American Culture 5 (2001), 9-44; "The Church in New England Indian Community Life: A View from the Islands and Cape Cod," in Reinterpreting New England Indians and the Colonial Experience (2004)
Address: History Dept., The George Washington University, 335 Phillips Hall, 801 22nd St., NW, Washington, DC 20052 ; djsilver@gwu.edu
Web Page: http://columbian.gwu.edu/departments/faculty.php/f_id/465/sortby/
[Updated 2006]

SIMON, JANICE
Fellowship:
Peterson 93-94, "The Forest Interior in American Painting, 1840-1900" (asst. prof. of art, Georgia)
Fellowship: R.A. 95-96, "The Forest Interior in American Painting, 1840-1900" (asst. prof. of art, Georgia)
Education: SUNY at Buffalo, B.A., 78; Michigan, M.A., 81, Ph.D., 90
Current Position: Joseph Meigs Teaching Professor, Georgia
Fellowship Publications:
"'Naked Wastes glorious woods': The Forest View of the White Mountains" in Bryant Tolles, ed., A Suburb of Paradise: the White Mountains & the Visual Arts (Concord, NH, New Hampshire Historical Society, 2000) "'Nature's Forest Volume': The Aldine, The Adirondacks, and the Sylvan Landscape" in Caroline Welsh, ed., The Call of the Wild (Syracuse Univ. Press, 1988); "Consuming Pictures: The Aldine; The At Journal of America and the Art of Self Promotion," in American Transidental Quarterly, Special Issue: Print Culture in Nineteenth Century America, v.12, no. 3 (September 1998); "Impressed in Memory: John Frederick Kensett's Italian Scene" in Paul Manoguerra, Classic Ground: Mid-Nineteenth-Century American Painting and the Italian Encounter (Athens, GA: Georgia Museum of Art, 2004) [Southeastern Museum Award for best art museum catalogue]; "Re-envisoning `this well-wooded land'" in Patricia Johnston, ed., Seeing High and Low: Representing Social Conflict in American Visual Culture (University of California Press, 2006)
Other Publications: "Imaging a New Heaven on a New Earth: The Crayon and Nineteenth-Century American Periodical Covers," American Periodicals, 1, 1991; "Seeking to 'Keep that Earlier, Wilder Image Bright'," Winterthur Portfolio, 27 (1992); Sanford R.Gifford's Kaaterskill Falls: A Place of Intimate Immensity," Bulletin, Detroit Institute of Arts, 67 (Spring 1993); "Glimpses of Eternity: The Mythic Late Paintings of Charles Burchfield," Extending the Golden Year: The Charles Burchfield Centenary (Clinton, NY: Hamilton College, 1993); "The Promise of 1893," co-ed. with, Donald Keyes, Crosscurrents in American Art at the Turn of the Century (Athens: Georgia Museumof Art, 1994). Cont. of ten essays to American Paintings in the Detroit Institute of Arts v. 2 (Husdon Hills Press, Fall 1997); Images of Contentment: John Frederick Kensett and the Connecticut Shore (Waterbury CT: Mattatuck Museum, 2001)
Address: University of Georgia, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Visual Arts Building, Athens, GA30602; jsimon@arches.uga.edu
Web Page: http://art.uga.edu/html/ahist.php?getLinks=getTopPrograms&getContent=getFaculty&contentValue=57
[Updated 2006]

SIMONCELLI, MICHAEL
Fellowship:
Morgan 99-00, "Becoming Northern: The Clash of Regional Cultures and the Creation of a Northern Identity in Ohio, 1770-1877" (Ph.D. cand. in history, William & Mary)
Education: Rhode Island College, B.A., 95; William & Mary, M.A., 99
[Updated 1999]

SIMMONS, RICHARD C.
Fellowship:
Boni 82-83, "British Imprints Relating to North America, 1621-1760" (reader in American history, Birmingham)
Education: Cambridge, B.A., 58, M.A., 62; California at Berkeley, Ph.D., 65
Current Position: prof. of American history, Birmingham
Fellowship Publications:
"Massachusetts and the Glorious Revolution, 1689-92: Select Documents," Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts (Boston, 1988); ed., The U.S. Constitution: The First Two Hundred Years. Proceedings of the Fulbright Colloquium, 1987 (Manchester Univ. Press, 1989); British Imprints Relating to North America 1621-1760: An Annotated Checklist (British Library, 1996)
Other Publications: The American Colonies from Settlement to Independence (1976); co-author with P. D. G. Thomas, Proceedings and Debates of the British Parliaments Respecting North America, 1754-1783, 6 vols. (1982-87)
[Updated 1997]

SIMONS, STEPHEN
Fellowship:
Teacher 97, Middle school American History curriculum on cookbooks of the Early Republic (seventh grade teacher, The Peter Rouget School, Brooklyn, NY)
Education: Marquette, B.A., 91; Columbia, M.A.T., 92; CUNY, M.A., 96
[Updated 1997]

SINGLEY, CAROL J.
Fellowship:
Peterson 97-98, "Adoption in American Literature and Culture" (assoc. prof. of English, Rutgers)
Education: Penn. State, B.A., 72, M.A., 75; Brown, Ph.D., 86
Current Position: assoc. prof. of English, co-director of American Studies, Rutgers)
Fellowship Publcations: "Building a Nation, Building a Family: Adoption in Nineteenth-Century American Children's Literature," in Wayne Carp, ed., Adoption in America: Historical Perspectives (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2002) 51-81.
Other Publications: ed. (with Susan Elizabeth Sweeney), Anxious Power: Reading, Writing, and Ambivalence in Narrative by Women (Albany: State Univ. of New York Press, 1993); Edith Wharton: Matters of Mind and Spirit (New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1995, paper 1998); ed. (with Aliki Barnstone and Michael Tomasek Manson), The Calvinist Roots of the Modern Era: Essays on Fiction, Drama, and Poetry (Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1997); ed. The Age of Innocence, by Edith Wharton, New Riverside Editions (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000); ed. (with Caroline Levander), The American Child: A Cultural Studies Reader (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2003); ed. Edith Wharton's The House of Mirth: A Casebook (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003); ed. A Historical Guide to Edith Wharton (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003).
Address: Rutgers University, Department of English, 311 N. Fifth St., Camden, NJ, 08102; singley@camden.rutgers.edu
Web Page: http://children.camden.rutgers.edu/profile/singley.htm
[Updated 2006]

SINHA, MANISHA
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 04-05, "Redefining Democracy: African Americans and the Movement to Abolish Slavery, 1775-1865" (asso. prof. of Afro-American studies and history, Massachusetts at Amherst)
Education: Columbia, Ph.D., 94
Other Publications: The Counterrevolution of Slavery: Politics and Ideology in Antebellum South Carolina (Univ. of North Carolina Press, 2000)
Web Page: http://www.umass.edu/afroam/sinha.html
[Updated 2006]

SISSON, KELLY
Fellowship:
Peterson 08-09 "King Corn in American Culture, 1862-1936" (Ph.D. cand. in American culture, Michigan)
Education:
[Updated 2008]

SJOGREN, BRITTA
Fellowship:
Baron 03-04, "A Chain of Windows" (asst. prof. of cinema, San Francisco State)
Education: California at Berkeley, A.B., 81; California at Los Angeles, M.F.A., 92; Ph.D. 97
Current Position: assoc. prof. of cinema, San Francisco State
Address: San Francisco State University, Cinema, 1600 Holloway Ave., San Francisco, CA, 94602; britta[at]sfsu.edu
Web Page: http://www.cinema.sfsu.edu
[Updated 2008]

SKLANSKY, JEFFREY
Fellowship:
ACLS Burkardt 06-07, "The Rise and Fall of the 'Money Question' in the Nineteenth-Century United States" (assoc. prof. of history, Oregon State)
Education: California at Berkeley, B.A., 88; Columbia, M.A., 90, Ph.D., 96
Other Publications: The Soul's Economy: Market Society and Selfhood in American Thought, 1820-1920 (University of North Carolina Press, 2002); "Progress and Populism," Reviews in American History 32 (March 2004): 58-67; "'A Bank on Parnassus': Nicholas Biddle and the Beauty of Banking," Common-place 6:3 (April 2006); "Business and Solitude," Modern Intellectual History 3:2 (Aug. 2006): 357-369
Web Page: http://oregonstate.edu/cla/history/faculty/sklanskyj/
[Updated 2007]

SKLAR, KATHRYN KISH
Fellowship:
Daniels 76-77, "Female Education in New England, 1780-1820" (assoc. prof. of history, California at Los Angeles
Education: Radcliffe/Harvard, B.A., 65; Michigan, Ph.D., 69
Current Position: Harmsworth Professor of U.S. History, Oxford
Fellowship Publications:
"The Schooling of Girls and Community Values in Massachusetts Towns, 1750-1820," History of Education Quarterly (Spring and Fall 1994)
Other Publications: Catharine Beecher: A Study in American Domesticity (1973); ed., Notes of Sixty Years: The Autobiography of Florence Kelley, 1859-1926 (1985); "`The Greater Part of the Petitconers Are Female': The Reduction by Statute of Women's Working Hours in the Paid Labor Force, 1840-1917," in Gary Cross, ed., The International History of the Shortening of the Work Day (Philadelphia: Temple Univ. Press, 1988); "Who Funded Hull House?," in Kathleen McCarthy, ed., Lady Bountiful Revisited: Women, Philanthropy, and Power (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Univ. Press, 1990); (ed. with Thomas Dublin) Women and Power in American History: A Reader, 2 vols. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1991); "Coming to Terms with Florence Kelley: The Tale of a Reluctant Biographer," in Sara Alpern et al., eds., The Challenge of Feminist Biography: Writing the Lives of Modern American Women (Urbana and Champaign: Univ. of Illinois Press, 1992); (co-ed. and contrib.) The Social Survey Movement in Historical Perspective (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1992); "The Historical Foundations of Women's Power in the Creation of the American Welfare State, 1830-1930," in Seth Koven and Sonya Michel, eds., Mothers of a New World: Maternalist Politics and the Origins of Welfare States (New York: Routledge, 1993); "`Women Who Speak for an Entire Nation:' American and British Women Compared at the World Anti-Slavery Convention, London, 1840," in Jean Fagan Yellin and John C. Van Horne, eds., The Abolitionist Sisterhood: Women's Political Culture in Antebellum America (Cornell Univ. Press, 1994); Florence Kelley and the Nation's Work: the Rise of Women's Political Culture, 1830-1900, (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1995). [Volume I of a two-volume study. Winner of the 1995 Berkshire Prize of the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians; Chosen by the New York Times as a Notable Book of 1995. Winner of the 1998 prize for Outstanding Book in Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research, awarded by the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action]; U.S. History as Women's History: New Feminist Essays, co-ed., (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1995); "Jane Addams's Peace Activism, 1914-1922: A Model for Women Today?" Women's Studies Quarterly, Special Issue on Rethinking Women's Peace Studies, (23 (Fall/Winter 1995), pp. 32-47; "Engendering Women's History: New Paradigms and Interpretations in American History," Amerikastudien/American Studies, Vol. 41: 2 (1996); "The Consumers' White Label of the National Consumers' League, 1898-1918," in Susan Strasser, Charles McGovern, and Matthais Judt, eds., Getting and Spending: American and European Consumption in the Twentieth Century (New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1998); "The `Quickened Conscience': Women's Voluntarism and the State, 1890-1920,"in Civil Society, Democracy, and Civic Renewal, Robert K. Fullinwider, ed., (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999); "Florence Kelley Tells German Readers About the Pullman Strike, 1894," Mid-America: An Historical Review, Vol. 82, nos. 1 & 2 (Winter/Summer 2000), pp. 127-47. Social Justice Feminists in the United States and Germany: A Dialogue in Documents, 1885-1933, co-ed. (Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1998); Women's Rights Emerges within the Anti-Slavery Movement: A Short History with Documents, 1830-1870, (Boston: Bedford Books, St. Martin's Press, 2000); "The Women's Studies Moment: 1972," in The Politics of Women's Studies: Testimony from 30 Founding Mothers, Florence Howe, ed. (New York: Feminist Press, 2000)
Address: Dept. of History, SUNY at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY 13902; Longford Lake, Brackney, PA 18812; kksklar@binghamton.edu
Web Page: http://research.binghamton.edu/faculty/sklar/sklar.htm
[Updated 2006]

SMITH, BILLY G.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 91-92, "Fugitives from Slavery in the Eighteenth-Century Mid-Atlantic Region" (prof. of history, Montana State)
Education: California at Los Angeles, B.A., 71, M.A., 73, Ph.D., 81
Fellowship Publications: Life in Early Philadelphia: Documents from the Revolutionary and Early National Periods (State College: Penn State Univ. Press, 1995); "Runaway Slaves in the Mid-Atlantic Region during the Revolutionary Era," in Ronald Hoffman and Peter J. Albert, eds., "The Transforming Hand of Revolution": Reconsidering the American Revolution as a Social Movement (Charlottesville: Univ. Press of Virginia, forthcoming)
Other Publications: The "Lower Sort": Philadelphia's Laboring People, 1750-1800 (New York: Cornell Univ. Press, 1990); with Richard Wojtowicz, Blacks Who Stole Themselves: Advertisements for Runaways in the Pennsylvania Gazette, 1728-90 (Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1989); with Susan E. Kleep, The Infortunate: The Voyage and Adventures of William Moraley, an Indentured Servant (Penn State Press, 1991); "The Vicissitudes of Fortune: The Careers of Laboring Men in Phila., 1750-1800," ed. Stephen Innis (Univ. of North Carolina Press,1988): 221-51; with J. Worth Estes, "A Melancholy Scene of Devastation": The Public Response to the 1793 Philadelphia Yellow Fever Epidemic (Philadelphia: Science History Publications, 1997); Down and Out in Early America (Penn State Press, 2004)
Web Page: http://www.montana.edu/~wwwhi/docs/facultystaff.htm#smith
[Updated 2006]

SMITH, CASSANDRA
Fellowship:
Artist 99, "Slaves, Free Blacks, Runaways: Dolls of the Antebellum United States" (doll artist, Chicago, IL)
Education: Michigan, B.A., M.A., Ph.D
[Updated 1999]

SMITH, DWIGHT L.
Fellowship:
Haven 82-83, "The War of 1812: A Bibliography" (prof. of history, Miami at Ohio)
Education: Indiana Central, A.B., 40; Indiana, A.M., 41, Ph.D., 49; Litt.D., Indianapolis, 87
Current Position: prof. emeritus of history, Miami at Ohio
Fellowship Publications:
The War of 1812: An Annotated Bibliography (New York: Garland, 1985)
Other Publications: Indians of the United States and Canada: A Bibliography, vol. 1 (1974), vol.2 (1983); The History of Canada: An Annotated Bibliography (1983); co-author, with C. Gregory Crampton, The Colorado River Survey: Robert B. Stanton and the Denver, Colorado Canyon & Pacific Railroad (Salt Lake City: Howe Bros., 1987); Survival on a Westward Trek, 1858-1859: The John Jones Overlanders (Athens: Ohio Univ. Press, 1989); with Ray Swick, A Journey through the West: Thomas Rodney's 1803 Journey from Delaware to the Mississippi Territory (Athens: Ohio Univ. Press, 1997)
[Updated 1997]

SMITH, GAIL K.
Fellowship: R.A. 95-96, "Reading the Word: Harriet Beecher Stow and Nineteenth-Century American Hermeneutics" (asst. prof. of English, Marquette)
Education: Yale, B.A., 85; Virginia, Ph.D., 93
Current Position: assoc. prof. of English, Birmingham-Southern
Fellowship Publications:
"Reading with the Other: Hermeneutics and the Politics of Difference in Stowe's Dred," (American Literature, June 1997); "From the Seminary to the Parlor: The Popularization of Hermeneutics in The Gates Ajar," Arizona Quarterly, 1998
Web Page: http://www.bsc.edu/academics/faculty/smith-gail.htm
[Updated 2006]

SMITH, LAURA
Fellowship:
, "Material Domesticity: Textiles in Elizabeth Stoddard's The Morgesons" (lecturer in English, New Hampshire)
Education:
[Updated 2008]

SMITH-ROSENBERG, CARROLL
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 76-77, "Prescribed and Actual Gender Roles in the American Family, 1760-1895" (assoc. prof. of history and psychiatry, Pennsylvania)
Education: Connecticut College for Women, B.A., 57; Columbia, M.A., 58, Ph.D., 68
Current Position: prof. of history and women's studies and graduate chair, American Culture Program, Michigan at Ann Arbor
Fellowship Publications:
"Sex as Symbol in Jacksonian America," American Journal of Sociology 84 (1978): 212-47; "Davy Crocket as Trickster: Pornography, Liminality, and Perversion in Victorian America," Journal of Contemporary History 17 (1982); Disorderly Conduct: Visions of Gender in Victorian America (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1985)
Other Publications: "Domesticating Virtue: Coquettes and Rebels in Young America," in Elaine Scarry, ed., Literature and the Body, (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1988); "Dis-covering the Subject of the Great Constitutional Discussion 1786-1789," Journal of American History 79 (1991): 84-93; "Subject Female: Engendering American Identity," American Literary History (1993): 481-511
[Updated 1997]

SMOLINSKI, REINER
Fellowship:
Peterson 02-03, "Authority & Interpretation: Cotton Mather's 'Biblia Americana'" (assoc. prof. of English, Georgia State)
Education: Universitat, Mainz, Germany, B.A., 79; Oklahoma State, M.A., 81; Penn State, Ph.D., 87
Other Publications: The Threefold Paradise of Cotton Mather (Athens and London: University of Georgia Press, 1995; "Israel Redivivus: The Eschatological Limits of Puritan Typology in New England." New England Quarterly 63.3 (1990): 357-95; "The Logic of Millenial Thought: Sir Issac Newton Among His Contemporaries," in Newton and Religion. Eds. Richard H. Popkin and James E. Force. International Archives of the History of Ideas (ARCH 161) (Dordrecht, Boston, London: Klower Academic Publishers, 1999): 259-89.
Web Page: http://english.gsu.edu/people/smolinski.html
[Updated 2006]

SNAY, MITCHELL
Fellowship:
Tracy 00-01, "A Nation of our Own: Ethnic Nationalism in the Era of Reconstruction" (prof. of history, Denison)
Education: Michigan, B.A., 75; Brandeis, Ph.D., 84
Fellowship Publications: "Freedom and Progress: Southern Republican Thought during Radical Reconstruction" American Nineteenth-Century History 5 (Spring 2004): 100-114
Other Publications: Gospel of Disunion: Religion and Separatism in the Antebellum South (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1993)
Address: Dept. of History, Denison University, Granville, OH 43023; 1101 Highland St., Columbus, OH 43201; snay@denison.edu
[Updated 2006]

SOCARIDES, ALEXANDRA
Fellowship:
Botein 04-05, "Lyric Contexts: Emily Dickinson and the Nineteenth-Century Extended Poetic Project" (Ph.D. cand. in English, Rutgers)
Education: Bates, B.A., 96
[Updated 2004]

SOVINE, MELANIE L.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEH 83-84, "The Primitive Baptists and the Anti-Mason Party" (clinical anthropologist, MacNeil Hospital)
Education: Anderson, B.A., 76; Georgia, M.A., 78; Kentucky, Ph.D., 82
[Updated 1997]

SPIRES, DERRICK
Fellowship:
Peterson 08-09 "Reimagining a 'Beautiful but Baneful Object': Black Writers. Theories of Citizenship and Nation in the Antebellum U.S." (Ph.D. cand. in English, Vanderbilt)
Education:
[Updated 2008]

STEEL, DAVID WARREN
Fellowship:
Daniels 79-80, "Stephen Jenks, American Musician and Publisher" (Ph.D. cand. in music, Michigan)
Education: Harvard, A.B., 68; Michigan, A.M., 76, Ph.D., 82
Current Position: assoc. prof. of music and Southern culture, Mississippi
Fellowship Publications:
"Stephen Jenks," New Grove Dictionary of American Music; Stephen Jenks: Collected Works (Madison: A-R Editions, 1995)
Other Publications: "L. L. Jones and The Southern Minstrel (1849)," American Music 6 (1988): 123-57; "John Wyeth and the Development of Southern Folk Hymnody," in Carmelo P. Comberiati and Matthew C. Steel, eds., Music from the Middle Ages through the 20th Century, (London: Gordon & Breach, 1988); "Truman S. Wetmore and His `Republican Harmony,'" Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin 45 (1980): 75-89
Web Page: http://www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/~mudws/
[Updated 2006]

STEINER, BRUCE E.
Fellowship:
Haven 82-83, "Lawyers, Dissenting Churches, and Connecticut's Republican Party, 1790-1820" (prof. of history, Ohio)
Education: St. Thomas, A.B., 56; Virginia, M.A., 59, Ph.D., 62
Current Position: emeritus prof. of history, Ohio
Other Publications: "Anglican Office-Holding in Pre-Revolutionary Connecticut: The Parameters of New England Community," William and Mary Quarterly 31 (1974): 369-406; Connecticut Anglicans in the Revolutionary Era: A Study in Communal Tensions (1979)
Web Page: http://www-as.phy.ohiou.edu/Departments/History/faculty/steiner.html
[Updated 2006]

STEVENS, JAMES THOMAS
Fellowship:
Baron 04-05 (asst. prof. of American Indian studies and English, SUNY Fredonia)
Education: Brown, M.F.A., 93; Inst. of American Indian Arts, A.F.A., 90
Current Position: prof. of creative writing and literature, Institute of American Indian Arts
Fellowship Publications: "Alphabets of Letters," a long poem contained in my larger work, A Bridge Dead in the Water (Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2006)
Other Publications: Tokinish (1994); Combing the Snakes from His Hair (2002); (dis)Orient (Palm Press, 2005); The Mutual Life (Plan B Press, 2006); Mohawk/Samoa: Transmigrations (Subpress 2006)
Address: Institute of American Indian Arts, Creative Writing Department, 83 Avan Nu Pu Road, Santa Fe, NM 87508-1300; jstevens@iaia.edu
Web Page: http://www.hanksville.org/storytellers/stevens/
[Updated 2010]

STEVENSON, LOUISE L.
Fellowship: Botein 00-01, "Women's Intellectual Life, 1750-1820" (prof. of history and American studies, Franklin & Marshall)
Education: Barnard, B.A.; New York Univ., M.A.;Boston, Ph.D.
Other Publications: The Victorian Homefront: American Thought and Culture, 1860-1880 (Cornell Univ. Press, 2001)
Web Page: http://www.fandm.edu/x2449.xml
[Updated 2005]

STEWART, DAVID M.
Fellowship:
AAS-NEMLA 99-00, "George Thompson and Men's Reading" (asst. prof. of English, National Central Univ., Taiwan)
Education: Dalhousie, B.A., 88, M.A., 90; Chicago, Ph.D., 97
[Updated 1999]

STILLSON, RICHARD
Fellowship:
Botein 00-01, "Communication and Information Dispersal in the California Gold Rush" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Johns Hopkins)
Education: Washington State, B.A., 64; Stanford, Ph.D., 70; George Mason, M.A., 94
[Updated 2000]

STOLL, STEVEN
Fellowship:
Peterson 98-99, "Larding the Lean Earth: Agriculture and the Environment in America, 1800-1850" (asst. prof. of history, Yale)
Education: California at Berkeley, B.A., 88; Yale, M.A., 90; M.Phil., 92; Ph.D., 94
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history and American stuties, Yale
Fellowship Publications: Larding the Lean Earth: Soil and Society in Nineteenth-Century America (Hill and Wang, 2002)
Other Publications: The Fruits of Natural Advantage (Berkley: Univ. of California Press, 1998)
Web Page: http://www.yale.edu/history/faculty/stoll.html
[Updated 2005]

STOUT, HARRY S.
Fellowship:
Daniels 80-81, "A Cultural History of the Sermon in Colonial New England" (assoc. prof. of history, Connecticut)
Fellowship: R.A. 88-90, "A Biography of George Whitefield" and "A History of the Sermon in Early America" (assoc. prof. of history, Connecticut)
Education: Calvin, B.A., 69; Kent State, M.A., 72, Ph.D., 74
Current Position: master of Berkeley College and Jonathan Edwards prof. of American Christianity, Yale
Fellowship Publications:
The New England Soul: Preaching and Religious Culture in Colonial New England (New York: Oxford, 1986); The Divine Dramatist: George Whitefield and the Rise of Modern Evangelicalism (Grand Rapids, MI: Eardmans Press, 1991)
Other Publications: co-ed., Jonathan Edwards and the American Experience (New York: Oxford, 1988)
Web Page: http://www.yale.edu/history/faculty/stout.html
[Updated 1997]

STOYKOVICH, ERIC
Fellowship:
Peterson 06-07, "Live Stock Nation: How Farm Animals Domesticated the Northern United States During the Early Republic, 1794-1876" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Virginia)
Education: Brown, B.A., 02; Virginia, M.A., 03
[Updated 2006]

STRAND, GINGER
Fellowship:
Baron 06, "Nonfiction work on Niagara Falls"
Education: Kalamazoo, B.A., 87; Princeton, Ph.D., 92
[Updated 2006]

STUBENRAUCH, JOSEPH
Fellowship:
Last 08-09, "Faith in Goods: Religion and the Consumer Revolution" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Indiana)
Education:
[Updated 2008]

SULLIVAN, SHERRY A.
Fellowship:
Boni 87-88, "Noble-Savage Iconography in 19th-Century Giftbooks" (asst. prof. of English, Alabama at Birmingham)
Education: Oregon, B.A., 68; Saskatchewan, M.A., 71; Toronto, Ph.D., 79
Other Publications: "The Literary Debate over the Indians in the 19th Century," American Indian Culture and Research Journal (1985); "Indians in American Fiction: An Ethnohistorical Perspective, 1820-50," Clio (1986); "The Indianization of Heroes and Heroines in 19th-Century American Fiction," JMMLA (1987)
[Updated 1997]

SWIFT, ELAINE K.
Fellowship:
Hiatt 85-86, "Reconstitutive Congressional Change: The Case of the U.S. Senate, 1789-1841" (Ph.D. cand. in political science, Harvard)
Education: Syracuse, B.A., 79; Harvard, M.A., 83, Ph.D., 89
Current Position: assoc. prof. of government, Eastern Washington
Fellowship Publications:
"Reconstitutive Change in the U.S. Congress: The Early Senate, 1789-1841," Legislative Studies Quarterly 14 (1989): 175-204; "The Making of an American House of Lords: The U.S. Senate in the Constitutional Convention of 1787," Studies in American Political Development 7 (Fall 1993); The Making of an American Senate: Reconstitutive Change in Congress, 1787-1841 (Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 1996)
Other Publications: "The Electoral Connection Meets the Past: Lessons from Congressional History, 1789-1841," Political Science Quarterly 102 (1988): 625-46; (with David Brady) "Common Ground: History and Theories of American Politics," in Calvin Jillson and Lawrence Dodd, eds., The Dynamics of American Politics: Approaches and Interpretations, (Boulder: Westview Press, 1994)
[Updated 1997]

SZCZESIUL, ANTHONY
Fellowship:
Peterson 05-06, "Reconstructing 'Southern Hospitality': Print Culture and the Invention of a Cultural Fiction" (assoc. prof. of English, Massachusetts at Lowell)
Education: John Carroll, B.A., M.A.; South Carolina, Ph.D.
Other Publications: Racial Politics and Robert Penn Warren's Poetry (University Press of Florida, 2002)
Web Page: http://www.uml.edu/Dept/English/Szczesiul.html
[Updated 2005]

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