Janni Linda Aragon, Department of Political Science, University of California at Riverside, for work on her dissertation The Movement Into the Academy: Second Wave Feminism and Political Science.
Ruth L. Fairbanks, Department of History, University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaigne, for work on her dissertation Pregnant Workers: Women's Jobs, Women's Bodies, Welfare and Equality, 1940-1993.
Judith E. Harper, independent scholar, for work on her book An Encyclopedia of Women During the Civil War.
Carla Harryman, Senior Lecturer, Department of English, Wayne State University, for work on an article on Kathy Ackerâ€™s poetics. This article will be included as a chapter in a book proposal about Ackerâ€™s writings. The volume is currently under consideration by several university presses.
Anne K. Huebel, Department of History, University of Minnesota, for work on her dissertation More Than an Individual: British Thoughts on Motherhood from the 1830s to WWI.
Karen Leroux, Department of History, Northwestern University, for work on her dissertation Servants of Democracy: Womenâ€™s Work in U.S. Public Education, 1866-1902.
Jennifer Meares, Department of History, Emory University, for work on her dissertation which examines the changing boundaries of rudeness and gentility in Hancock County, Georgia, between the advent of the cotton gin in 1793 and the eve of the Civil War in 1860.
Dr. Linda Veltze, Professor, Department of Library Science, Appalachian State University, for research supporting a project which shows how the slave owning family of Rev. Richard W. Barber (of Wilkes, NC) influenced the life of the slave Judith Barber, and vice versa, and how the descendents of the two interpret and live out the consequences of this history.
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