Fellows' Directory

Each fellow's institutional affiliation and position at the time of the fellowship is listed. Fellows may be sorted by last name, fellowship cycle, and fellowship.

Last name
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Fellowship cycle
1972-73 | 1973-74 | 1974-75 | 1975-76 | 1976-77 | 1977-78 | 1978-79 | 1979-80 | 1980-81 | 1981-82 | 1982-83 | 1983-84 | 1984-85 | 1985-86 | 1986-87 | 1987-88 | 1988-89 | 1989-90 | 1990-91 | 1991-92 | 1992-93 | 1993-94 | 1994-95 | 1995-96 | 1996-97 | 1997-98 | 1998-99 | 1999-00 | 2000-1 | 2001-2 | 2002-3 | 2003-4 | 2004-5 | 2005-6 | 2006-7 | 2007-8 | 2008-9 | 2009-10 | 2010-11 | 2011-12 | 2012-13 | 2013-14 | 2014-15 | 2015-16 | 2016-17 | 2017-18

Fellowship
AAS-NEH | AHPCS | Alstott-Morgan | Artist | ASECS | Baron | Boni | Botein | Burkhardt | Daniels | Drawn to Art | d'Héricourt | Ebeling | Haven | Hearst | Hench | Hiatt | Jaffee | K-12 | Last | Last (Artist) | Lapides | Legacy | Mellon Distinguished Scholar | NEMLA | Packer | Peterson | Reese | Schiller |Tracy | U.S. Steel Foundation

2000-1

Fellowship Affiliation Position Project
Adams Gretchen 2000-1 Peterson University of New Hampshire PhD candidate The Specter of Salem in American Culture
Altice Eric 2000-1 Reese University of California, Los Angeles PhD candidate Taking the Heathen to the Countryside: Missionary Publication and the Representations of the 'Exotic' in Antebellum America
Anthony David 2000-1 NEMLA Southern Illinois University at Carbondale assistant professor White-Collar Gothic: Debtor Masculinity, Submission, and the U.S. Bank in Antebellum America
Brown Lois 2000-1 NEMLA Mount Holyoke College assistant professor Made to Sell, Made to Save': The Black Child in American Anti-Slavery Literature
Brown-Monson Lois 2000 NEMLA Howard University Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow Made to Sell, Made to Save’: The Black Child in American Anti-Slavery Literature”
Browne Katrina 2000 Hearst Berkeley, California documentary filmmaker Trace of the Trade research the history and legacy of the slave trade in New England
Chudacoff Howard 2000-1 Peterson Brown University professor Children and Their Styles of Play, 1750-1880
Corman Catherine 2000-1 AAS-NEH Harvard University assistant professor Reading, Writing, and Removal: Native American Literacies, 1820-1851
Cullon Joseph 2000-1 Peterson University of Wisconsin, Madison PhD candidate The Work of Many Hands: Ships and the Economic Culture of Early New England
Cummins Maureen 2000 Hearst Artist book artist, Brooklyn, NY Heretics, Heathens, and Hellians; Animals,Cannibals and Savages; and Witches, Bitches, and Faggots
DiGirolamo Vincent 2000-1 AAS-NEH Colgate University assistant professor Crying the News: Child Street Trading in America, 1830s-1890s
Fox Richard 2000-1 Mellon Postdoctoral University of Southern California professor American Jesus
Gardner Jared 2000-1 ASECS Ohio State University assistant professor The Literary Museum: Periodicals and the Unsettling of American Literature
Goldsby Jacqueline 2000-1 Peterson Cornell University assistant professor A Spectacular Secret: The cultural Logic of Lynching in American Literature and Life
Hale Matthew 2000-1 Legacy Brandeis University PhD candidate Neither Britons nor Frenchmen: The Creation of American Nationality, 1789-1815
Hebel Udo 2000-1 Peterson University of Regensburg chair Forefathers' Day Orations and Celebrations between the American Revolution and the Civil War
Heinzer Holly 2000-1 Peterson Yale University PhD candidate On the Move: The Means and Meanings of Travel in Northeastern America, 1750-1850
Homestead Melissa 2000-1 Hench University of Pennsylvania Ph.D. Imperfect Title, Nineteenth-Century American Women Authors and Literary Property
Homestead Melissa 2000-1 Mellon Post-Dissertation Fellow Huntingdon College visiting assistant professor Imperfect Title: Nineteenth-Century American Women Authors and Literary Property
Irvin Benjamin 2000-1 Peterson Brandeis University PhD candidate Representative Men: A Cultural History of the Continental Congress
Jackson Kimberly Gladman 2000 Peterson Same as 12/2/1999 Mysteries and Miseries: City Mysteries Novels and Class in Antebellum America
Johnson Susan 2000 Sigety St Mary's College of Maryland associate professor The Alternate Encyclopedia
Lewis Andrew 2000-1 Peterson Yale University PhD candidate Antiques of State: Archaeology in Early Republican America
Mazzio Joann 2000 Baron Pinos Altos, NM writer Fremont Expeditions in the 1840's
McCarthy Molly 2000-1 Richard F. and Virginia P. Morgan Brandeis University PhD candidate A Page, A Day: A History of the Daily Diary in America
Moon Krystyn 2000-1 Peterson Johns Hopkins University PhD candidate From 'John Chinaman' to 'Japanese Sandman': China and Japan in American Music, 1850-1920
Roth Sarah 2000-01 Drawn-to-Art University of Virginia PhD candidate The Slavery Controversy in Antebellum Popular Culture
Snay Mitchell 2000-01 Tracy Denison University associate professor A Nation of Our Own: Ethnic Nationalism in the Era of Reconstruction
Stevenson Louise 2000-01 Botein Franklin and Marshall College professor Women's intellectual Life, 1750-1820
Stillson Richard 2000-01 Botein Johns Hopkins University PhD candidate Communication and Information Dispersal in the California Gold Rush
Taylor Alan 2000-1 Mellon Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence University of California, Davis professor The Divided Ground: The Northern Borderland (U.S. and Canada) in the Wake of the American Revolution
Thomas JoAnne 2000-1 Peterson Western Michigan University PhD candidate Good Bye, Old Arm': Songs of the Civil War
van Arragon William 2000-01 Peterson Indiana University PhD candidate Cotton Mather in American Cultural Memory, 1728-1892
Weierman Karen 2000-1 AAS-NEH Worcester State College assistant professor One Nation, One Blood: Interracial Marriage in American Fiction, Scandal, and Law, 1820-1870
Wulf Karin 2000-1 ASECS American University assistant professor In the Shade of the Family Tree: Genealogy and Representation of Family Identity in Early America

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