The Bingham Center is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s Mary Lily Research
Grants. The grants support the work of students, scholars, and independent researchers who will travel to Durham from all over the U.S., Canada, and Great Britain to make use of the Bingham Center’s rich collections.
, Lecturer, School of Arts,Histories, and Cultures, Manchester University, U.K., for work on a book on working class, non-slaveholding whites in the antebellum American South.
, Dept. of History, Florida State University, for work on her dissertation on gender and the connection between Latin American and U.S. leftist revolutionary groups.
, Programme in English, York University, Canada, for work on his dissertation on Kathy Acker and French Post-Structuralist Theory and American Postmodernist writing.
, Dept. of History, Howard University, for work on an article about the political and social activism of Mittie Maude Lena Gordon during the 1930s.
, Dept. of History, University of Iowa, for work on her dissertation on women in the anti-abortion movement in the U.S. from 1970-2000.
, Valentine Richmond History Center, Virginia, for research for a permanent museum exhibition on the city of Richmond.
, Lecturer, Dept. of History, University of Ottawa, Canada, for work on a book on the relationships between gay men and lesbians and their parents in the U.S. in the post-WWII period.
, Associate Professor, Dept. of History, Case Western Reserve University, for work on a book on the cultural depiction of American tomboys, 1830-1920.
, Assistant Professor, Dept. of History, Quinnipiac University, for work on an article on the intersection between population control and women's health movements from the 1960s-1990s.