The John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture announces the recipients of our 2004-2005 travel grants. These grants allow scholars to travel to Durham to conduct research using the Franklin Research Center's collections.
Lisa Cardyn, Yale University, for research on gendered violence, trauma and the body politics in the Reconstruction South.
Zoe Colley, University of St. Andrews, for researching the prison experience during the civil rights movement.
Adam Linker, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, for research regarding slavery in antebellum North Carolina from 1800 to 1860.
Niera Marshall, Indiana University, for research on women's resistance in the lowcountry from 1820 to 1860.
Danielle McGuire, Rutgers University, for dissertation work on sexual violence, 1940-1970.
Sowande Mustakeem, Michigan State University, for research on the trans-Atlantic slave trade from 1750 to 1800.
Pat Ryckman, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, for researching Jim Crow-era African American education in Mecklenburg County.
John White, College of Charleston, for research regarding white resistance to desegregation in South Carolina, 1950s.
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