Elizabeth B. Boyd, American Studies Department, University of Texas at Austin, for research on her dissertation, Southern Beauty. Performing Femininity in an American Region.
Shawn D. Kimmel, Program in American Culture, University of Michigan, for research on his dissertation, Social & Cultural History of Domesticity & Philanthropy in the Nineteenth Century U.S.
Anna M. Lawrence, Department of History, University of Michigan, for research on her dissertation, Gender and Revolution in Early Methodist England and America, 1734-1820.
Seulky Shin, Department of History, University of Minnesota, for research on her dissertation exploring the connection between ideas about marriage (and family) in the South and the rise of intense nativism and nationalist rhetoric from 1880 to 1920 in the United States.
Jan S. Stennette, Assistant Professor, History Department, East Carolina University, for research on an article and eventual book chapter exploring the role of labor and African American women during and immediately following Reconstruction: 1865 to 1871. [Professor Stennette will also receive support for this project from Duke's John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African-American Documentation.]
Cheryl A. Wells, Department of History, University of South Carolina, for research on her dissertation, Women: Gender, Time, and the Civil War.
Kirsten E. Wood, Assistant Professor, History Department, Florida International University, for research on her book, Slaveholding Widowhood, Gender, Class, and Power in the Southeast, 1790-1860.
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