Former Fellows

Format of this list:
Name (fellowship year): Project undertaken while a fellow; Resulting Monograph or “Resulting article.” Current institution (or “deceased” designation)

No mention of a resulting publication indicates a deficiency in our records. (Or in the case of recent fellows, that the project has not yet been brought to fruition.) Likewise the lack of an affiliation: incomplete records mean we have not been able to locate all former fellows. Please contact the Center with update information by e-mail at cwc@fas.harvard.edu, or by U.S. mail at: Charles Warren Center, Emerson Hall 400, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138.

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Daniel Abramson (04-05): Obsolescence in Modern Architecture. Tufts University

Willi Paul Adams (75-76): I. Gouverneur Morris and the American Revolution II. German-language Press in America at the Time of Revolution. Deceased

Sune Akerman (70-71): Immigration and the Adjustment of Different Ethnic Groups in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1890-1915. Karlstadts universitet

William R.H. Alexander (68-69): William Dean Howells: The Realist as Humanist

David Gryson Allen (80-81): Civil Litigation in Massachusetts Courts from 1670 to 1750 In English Ways: The Movement of Societies and the Transferal of English Local Law and Custom to Massachusetts Bay in in the Seventeenth Century. Allen Associates (Concord, MA)

Garland E. Allen (81-82): History of the American Eugenics Movement; “The Eugenics Record Office at Cold Spring Harbor 1910-1940: A Study in Institutional History.” Washington University

Stephen Alter (94-95): The Science of Language in the Nineteenth Century; Darwinism and the Linguistic Image: Language, Race, and Natural Theology in the Nineteenth Century. Gordon College

Luis Alvarez (12-13): Everyday Utopia: Popular Culture and the Politics of the Possible. University of California, San Diego

Carol Anderson (05-06): Bourgeois Radicals: The NAACP and the Struggle for Colonial Liberation, 1941-1960. Emory University

Fred Anderson (92-93): War and Revolution in the Making of the American Republic, 1750-1791; Crucible of War: The Seven Years' War and the Fate of Empire in British North America, 1754-1766. University of Colorado, Boulder

Virginia Anderson (92-93): Cattle and Colonization: Explorations in the History of Culture and Agriculture in Colonial New England; Creatures of Empire: How Domestic Animals Transformed Early America. University of Colorado, Boulder

Michael Anesko (92-93): Annotated Edition of the Extant Correspondence between Henry James and William Dean Howells; Letters, Fictions, Lives: Henry James and William Dean Howells. Pennsylvania State University

Christian Appy (90-91): Conformity and the American Way of Life: Political Culture in the United States from 1945 to 1960; Cold War Constructions: The Political Culture of United States Imperialism, 1945-1966. University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Yehoshua Arieli (67-68): The American Military Mind. Deceased

David Armitage (00-01): International Thought in the Age of Revolutions, 1688-1848; 1. The Foundations of Modern International Thought (forthcoming from Cambridge University Press) 2. The Declaration of Independence: A Global History (forthcoming from Harvard University Press). Harvard University

Eric Arnesen (90-91): The Black Worker: Race, Politics, and Labor in the South, 1880-1930; Brotherhoods of Color: Black Railroad Workers and the Struggle for Equality. University of Illinois, Chicago

Sadao Asada (70-71): Pacific Rapprochement in the Post-World War I Period; Japanese-American Relations between the Wars. Doshiba University

Clarissa Atkinson (08-09): Claudia Jones and the Long Civil Rights Movement. Cambridge, MA

Eric Avila (04-05): Beneath the Shadows of the Freeway: Highway Construction and the Making of Race in the Modernist City. UCLA

Vivek Bald (14-15): The Bengali Harlem/Lost Histories Project.

E. Digby Baltzell (72-73): City of Boston and its Leadership Structure; Puritan Boston and Quaker Philadelphia: Two Protestant Ethics and the Spirit of Class Authority.Deceased

James M. Banner, Jr. (74-75): Early History of Social and Humanitarian Endeavors in the United States. Washington, DC

Nicolas Barreyre (15-16): Public Debt, State Action, and the Transformations of American Capitalism from the Civil War to the First World War. Ecole des Hautes Etudes end Sciences Sociales

Thomas Barrow (70-71): Structure of Politics in Massachusetts on the Eve of the Revolution (1760-1774)

Irving Bartlett (78-79): Edition of Newly-discovered Letters to and from Wendell Phillips; Wendell and Ann Phillips: Community of Reform, 1840-1880. University of Massachusetts, Boston (emeritus)

Mia Bay (94-95): The White Image in the Black Mind: African-American Ideas about White People, 1830-1925; The White Image in the Black Mind: African-American Ideas about White People, 1830-1925. Rutgers University

Sven Beckert (97-98): Merchants in the Atlantic World during the Age of Revolution. Harvard University

Stephen Behrendt (97-98): The Eighteenth-century British Atlantic Slave-trading Community; The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: A History. Victoria University, Wellington

Rosalind Beiler (97-98): From Germany to America in the Eighteenth Century: The Transatlantic World of Caspar Wistar. University of Central Florida

Donald Bellomy (83-84): William Graham Sumner and the Problem of “Social Darwinism” “‘Social Darwinism' Revisited.” Sogang University

Milton Berman (68-69): The Concept of Citizenship in the Colonies and the Early Republic. University of Rochester (emeritus)

Joel Bernard (86-87): Origins of the American Temperance Movement

Barton Bernstein (67-68): The Truman Administration; Politics and Policies of the Truman Administration. Stanford University

Robin Bernstein (14-15): Paradoxy: Lesbians and the Everyday Art of the Impossible. Harvard University

John Bezis-Selfa (98-99): American Crucible: Adventurers, Ironworkers, and the Struggle to Forge Habits of Industry, 1640-1820; Forging America: Ironworkers, Adventurers, and the Industrious Revolution. Wheaton College

Steven Biel (94-95): The Titanic and American Culture; Down With the Old Canoe: A Cultural History of the Titanic Disaster. Harvard University

Regina Blaszczyk (99-00): Business, Consumers, and Cultural Production: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Economy and Culture. Hagley Museum & Library

Patrick Blessing (81-82 and 84-85): Dreamers of the Golden Dream: Urbanization and Social Change in California, 1848-1906. University of Tulsa (emeritus)

David Blight (96-97): Reunion and Race: The Civil War in American Memory, 1870-1915; Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory. Yale University

Kristen Block (09-10): Faith and Fortune: Religious Identity and the Politics of Profit in the Early Caribbean. Florida Atlantic University

Geoffrey Blodgett (73-74): I. Conservative Reform in the Late 19th Century II. Political Attitudes of the American Novelist Winston Churchill. Deceased

Stuart M. Blumin (71-72): Social Change in a Nineteenth-century Community (Kingston, NY); The Urban Threshold: Growth and Change in a 19th-century American Community. Cornell University

Margaret R. Bogue (71-72): Foreign Business of McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and International Harvester, 1856-1970. University of Wisconsin, Madison

Nemai Sadhan Bose (66-67): Responsibility of American Diplomacy to the Early Chinese Nationalist Movement. Deceased

Stephen Botein (74-75): Colonial Printers; “‘Meer Mechanics' and an Open Press: The Business and Political Strategies of Colonial American Printers.” Deceased

Paul Bourke (73-74): Usefulness of the Concept of Ideology to American Historians. Deceased

Alan Braddock (06-07): Gun Vision: American Art and Logistical Perception, 1861-1918. Temple University

Carrie Tirado Bramen (05-06): American Niceness. SUNY, Buffalo

Carl Brauer (78-79): History of President Johnson's War on Poverty; “Kennedy, Johnson and the War on Poverty.” Belmont, MA

Howard Brick (99-00): Beyond the Bourgeoisie: Theories of Capitalism and Social Development in the United States, 1920-1970; Transcending Capitalism: Visions of a New Society in Modern American Thought (forthcoming from Cornell University Press). Washington University

Laura Briggs (99-00): Reproducing Empire: Discourses on Gender, Health, and Reproduction in the U.S. Imperial Project in Puerto Rico; Reproducing Empire: Race, Sex, Science, and U.S. Imperialism in Puerto Rico. University of Arizona

William Brock (76-77): American Politics in the 1840s: Coming Slavery Crisis, the Conflict Between Free Soilers and Advocates of Slavery Expansion. Deceased

John Brooke (86-87): Peoples on a Middle Landscape: Society and Political Culture in Central Massachusetts, 1713-1861; The Heart of the Commonwealth: Society and Political Culture in Worcester County, Massachusetts, 1713-1861 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989). Ohio State University

Chandos Brown (87-88): Benjamin Silliman and the Rise of American Science. William & Mary

Jayna Brown (12-13): What It Is, What It Is’: Wattstax and the Concept of the Everyday. University of California, Riverside

Richard D. Brown (70-71): Social and Political Life in Massachusetts; “The Emergence of Urban Society in Rural Massachusetts, 1760-1820”; “Modernization and the Modern Personality in Early America, 1600-1830: A Sketch of a Synthesis.” University of Connecticut

Vincent Brown (02-03): Melville J. Herskovits and the Making of the African Diaspora. Harvard University

W. Elliot Brownlee (78-79): Participation of Women in American Economic Life,1850-1930; “Household Values, Women's Work, and Economic Growth, 1800-1930.” University of California, Santa Barbara

Joan Jacobs Brumberg (82-83): The Changing Historical Experience of Female Adolescence, 1870-1980; Fasting Girls: The Emergence of Anorexia Nervosa as a Modern Disease. Cornell University

Richard Buel (66-67): Major Readjustments in Political Thought and Practice during the Revolutionary Decades; Securing the Revolution: Ideology in American Politics, 1789-1815. Wesleyan University (emeritus)

Andreas Burckhardt (67-68, 68-69): The Influence of Continental Political Theorists on American Thought in the Eighteenth Century

Zoë Burkholder (08-09): ’Racism is Vulnerable’: Anthropological Efforts to Destabilize the Race Concept in American Public Schools, 1939-1948; Color in the Classroom: How American Schools Taught Race, 1900-1954. Montclair State University

Richard Bushman (68-69): I. The Great Awakening. II. Religious and Political Ideology in the First Half of the 18th Century; King and People in Provincial Massachusetts. Columbia University (emeritus)

Peter Calvert (69-70): Image-making in American presidential politics. University of Southampton, England

Ballard Campbell (76-77): State Legislation in the Midwest: Policy Conflicts in the Late Nineteenth Century; Representative Democracy: Public Policy and Midwestern Legislatures in the Late Nineteenth Century. Northeastern University

James Campbell (00-01): Middle Passages; Middle Passages: African American Journeys to Africa, 1787-2005. Brown University

Jorge Canizares-Esguerra (01-02): Postcolonial Nature: Nature Narratives and Nation-Building in 19th-century Latin America. 1. Puritan Conquistadors: Iberainizing the Atlantic 1550-1700 (Stanford, 2006) 2. Nature, Empire, and Nation (Stanford, 2006) University of Texas, Austin

Christopher Capozzola (10-11): Brothers of the Pacific: Soldiers, Citizens, and the Philippines in America’s Pacific Century. MIT

Charles Capper (05-06): The Transcendental Moment: Liberal Romantic Intellect and America's Democratic Awakening. Boston University

Susan Carruthers (06-07): Cold War Captives: Prisoners and Escapees in Popular Culture and Geopolitics. Rutgers University

Maria Agui Carter (02-03): Rebel: A Latina Woman Soldier of the American Civil War (film project). Cambridge, MA

Joan Cashin (88-89): A Biography of Varina Howell Davis, First Lady of the Confederacy. Ohio State University

William Chambers (67-68): I. Nationalism and Popular Politics, 1815-1845; II. American Political Parties, 1776-1809. III. The Two-Party Norm in American Politics. Deceased

Kornel Chang (11-12): The University, the Military State, and Modernization in Postwar Korea. Rutgers University

Leslie Choquette (93-94): Frenchmen into Peasants: Modernity and Backwardness in the Peopling of French North America in the Seventeenths and Eighteenth Centuries; Frenchmen into Peasants: Modernity and Tradition in the Peopling of French Canada. Assumption College

Elizabeth Clark (93-94): The Relationship between Religion and Rights, 1830-1895. Deceased

Gabrielle Clark (15-16): Bound to Freedom: Temporary Labor Migrants and Repressive Liberalism under American Capitalism, 1904-2013

Catherine Clinton (86-87): Southern Woman and the Civil War; Tara Revisited: Women, War and the Plantation Legend. Riverside, CT

Dorothy Sue Cobble (07-08): Labor Liberalism and the Quest for Human Rights and Social Justice. Rutgers University

Peter Coclanis (86-87, 90-91): The Shadow of a Dream: Economic Life and Death in the South Carolina Low Country, 1670-1920; The Shadow of a Dream: Economic Life and Death in the South Carolina Low Country, 1670-1920; and (90-91): The Creation of a World Market in Rice. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Marshall Cohen (69-70): History of Social Psychology in America

Jamie Cohen-Cole (11-12): Cognitive Science and its Impact on Theories and Practices of Democratic Governance; The Open Mind: Cold War Politics and the Sciences of Human Nature. George Washington University

Phyllis Blum Cole (80-81): Boston and the Emersons. Pennsylvania State University

Sandra Comstock (10-11): The Rise and Demise of an American Icon & Industry: Blue Jeans and US Clothing Politics Across the 20th Century. University of Western Ontario

Kathleen Neils Conzen (75-76): Ethnic Community Formation and Cultural Change among German-Americans in Rural Minnesota; Germans in Minnesota.. University of Chicago

Deborah Coon (91-92): Courtship with Anarchy: The Socio-Political Foundations of William James's Philosophy. San Diego, CA

William Cooper (75-76): The Politics of Slavery: Politics and Parties in the South, 1828-1856; The South and the Politics of Slavery, 1828-1856. Louisiana State University

Nancy Cott (85-86): Society, Politics and Gender in the U.S., 1870-1920; The Grounding of Modern Feminism. Harvard University

Matthew Countryman (08-09): ’Who Needs the Bullet When You’ve Got the Ballot’: The Political Logic and Racial Iconography of African-American Mayors During the 1970’s and 1980’s. University of Michigan

Mary Crawford-Volk (86-87): Boston's Image of the Artistic Past: Patronage, Taste, and Collecting 1870-1925 and their Relation to Cultural Change; 1.Sargent at Large (forthcoming 2007, Yale University Press) 2. John Singer Sargent's El Jaleo (National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1992). Belmont, MA

Simeon J. Crowther (72-73): Comparing the Economic Development in Pennsylvania and New York From the 1780's to 1850. California State University, Long Beach

Robert Cuff (73-74): 1. Canadian-American Relations in Wartime 2. Evolution of Modern American Organization for War; Ties That Bind: Canadian-American Relations in Wartime from the Great War to the Cold War. Deceased

Suzanne Cusick (06-07): Listening for War. New York University

Kathleen Dalton (96-97): Theodore Roosevelt and War; Theodore Roosevelt: A Strenuous Life. Philips Andover Academy

Robert Dalzell (73-74): Economic Development of Massachusetts from 1829 to 1861, Textile Industry; Enterprising Elite: The Boston Associates and the World They Made. Williams College

Cornelia Dayton (01-02): Self and Sanity: Negotiating the Boundaries of Incompetency in New England, 1620-1830. University of Connecticut

John Demos (77-78): Witchcraft in Early America; Entertaining Satan: Witchcraft and the Culture of Early New England. Yale University

Christine Desan (03-04): Markets and the Constitutional Order in 18th Century America. Harvard University

Rachel Devlin (08-09): Girls on the Front Line: Gender and the Battle to Desegregate Public Schools, 1940-1954. Tulane University

Sarah Deutsch (93-94): Women of Boston: Space, Sex, and Power in the City, 1870-1950; Women and the City: Gender, Space, and Power in Boston, 1870-1940. Duke University

Elizabeth Maddock Dillon (14-15): The Early Caribbean Digital Archive [Spring Team]. Northeastern University

Bruce Dorsey (12-13): Murder in a Mill Town: A Cultural History of the New Nation. Swarthmore College

Don Harrison Doyle (82-83): Economic Elites and Ideology in Four Southern Cities (Mobile, Charleston, Atlanta, and Nashville); New Men, New Cities, New South: Atlanta, Nashville, Charleston, Mobile, 1860-1910. University of South Carolina

Thomas L. Dublin (80-81): Investigation of the Economic and Social Links Joining Rural and Urban New England, 1820-1880; Transforming Women's Work: New England Lives in the Industrial Revolution. SUNY, Binghamton

Kathryn Dudley (99-00): Economic Representation and the American Middle Class. Yale University

Colleen Dunlavy (03-04): The Corporation as a Democratic Polity in the Nineteenth Century. University of Wisconsin, Madison

Robert Dykstra (78-79): Frontier Violence in Perceptions of the American West; Bright Radical Star: Black Freedom and White Supremacy on the Hawkeye Frontier. SUNY, Albany

Carville Earle (77-78): Comparative Economics of Slavery and Free Labor in Ante-bellum America. Deceased

Michael Elliott (99-00): Culture and Narrative in the Age of Realism; The Culture Concept: Writing and Difference in the Age of Realism. Emory University

Richard E. Ellis (72-73): The Transition from Jeffersonian to Jacksonian Democracy: The Legal, Economic, Political, and Psychological Impact of the Panic of 1819; The Union at Risk: Jacksonian Democracy, States' Rights, and the Nullification Crisis. SUNY, Buffalo

David Engerman (00-01): Modernization Theory in Global Perspective; Modernization from the Other Shore: American Intellectuals and the Romance of Russian Development. Brandeis University

Paul Erickson (85-86): The Role of Romanticism in Nineteenth-Century American Politics. Deceased

Philip Ethington (91-92): City Fathers: Rebuilding the Public Household in the Progressive Era. University of Southern California

Seth Fein (14-15): Our Neighborhood: Washington's TV Cold War in Latin America in the Sixties. Columbia University

Mordechai Feingold (01-02): Amateurs and Scientists: Historical Reflections on the Advent of Professionalization. California Institute of Technology

Louis Ferleger (91-92): Labor, Technology, and Southern Progress. Boston University

Peter Filene (73-74): Sex Roles in 20th-century America; Him/Her/Self: Sex Roles in Modern America. University of North Carolina

David Filvaroff (66-67): Study of the Background of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (with Raymond Wolfinger); “The Origin and Enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.” SUNY, Buffalo

Leon Fink (98-99): The Mayans of Morganton: Localism and Worker Identity Within the Global Marketplace; The Maya of Morganton: Work and Community in the Nuevo New South. University of Illinois, Chicago

Ellen Fitzpatrick (87-88): American Women Social Scientists in the Early Twentieth Century; Endless Crusade: Women Social Scientists and Progressive Reform ; and (93-94): “Thinking for the Masses”: American Historical Writing, 1920-1945; History's Memory: Writing America's Past, 1880-1980. University of New Hampshire

David Flaherty (71-72): Criminal Justice in Early America, Court of Assize in Eighteenth-century Massachusetts; Criminal Justice in Provincial Massachusetts: The Court of Assize and General Gaol Delivery, 1700-1710. David H. Flaherty Inc. Privacy and Information Policy Consultants

Claude Fohlen (75-76): 1. Franklin D. Roosevelt's Foreign Policy; United States during Roosevelt's administration 2. Economic and Social Changes in the United States from 1945 to the Present; L'Amerique de Roosevelt

Ron Formisano (79-80): Massachusetts Political Parties and Voters, 1790s-1840s; The Transformation of Political Culture: Massachusetts Parties, 1790s-1840s . University of Kentucky

Tony A. Freyer (81-82): The Impact of Government on American Antebellum Economic Development, With Emphasis on the Local Level; Producers versus Capitalists: Constitutional Conflict in Antebellum America. University of Alabama

Alice Friedman (04-05): American Glamour and the Evolution of Modern Architecture. Wellesley College

Michael Frisch (76-77): Steps and Missteps in Recent American Social History; 1."American Urban History as an Example of Recent Historiography" (History and Theory, XVIII/3, 1979) 2."Urban Theory, Urban Reform, and American Political Culture in the Progressive Period" (Political Science Quarterly 97/5, 1982). SUNY, Buffalo

Marisa Fuentes (09-10): Buried Urban Landscapes: Enslaved Women Historically Confined in the Colonial Atlantic World. Rutgers University

Donna Gabaccia (00-01): Constructing Economies: The American Construction Industry and the Wider World; “Constructing North America.” University of Minnesota

Jay Garcia (14-15): Motley Archives: Multimedia Afterlives of American Literature, 1900-1940 [Fall Term]. New York University

Lily Geismer (15-16): From Yippies to Yuppies: Public Policy and the Market from Great Society to the Clinton Foundation. Claremont McKenna College

Henry A. Gemery (82-83): A Comparative Study of Free Labor Mobility: England and the Colonies in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries; “European Emigration to North America, 1700-1880: Numbers and Quasi-Numbers.” Colby College (emeritus)

Gary Gerstle (87-88): Beyond Republicanism: The Language and Imagery of Politics in Twentieth-Century America; Working-Class Americanism: The Politics of Labor in a Textile City, 1914-1960. University of Maryland

Pierre Gervais (03-04): Examining the Industrial Revolution: Technical Progress or Collapse of a Pre-industrial Political Economy? L'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales

Jessica Gienow-Hecht (00-01): Music and Diplomacy: German-American Cultural Relations, 1870-1920. Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität

John Gilkeson (90-91): The Domestication of “Culture” in America, 1920-1960. Arizona State University

Saverio Giovacchini (02-03): The Rise of Atlantics: The Creation of Euro-American Cinema and Popular Culture after World War II. University of Maryland

Martin Giraudeau (15-16): Inclined Plans: On the Mechanics of Capitalism. London School of Economics

Petra Goedde (95-96): GIs and Germans: Culture, Gender, and American Foreign Relations, 1945-1949 GIs and Germans: Culture, Gender, and American Foreign Relations, 1945-1949. Temple University

Ralph Goodwin (66-67): Analysis of the Conflicts of Interest Manifested in the Extended Political Struggle Which Shaped Post-Civil War Indian Policy; “Righting the Century of Dishonor: Indian Reform as a Reaffirmation of Conservative Values.” Dallas, TX

Dayo Gore (10-11): Engendering and Internationalizing the Long Black Freedom Struggle: African American Women and Transnational Politics. University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Arthur A. Goren (69-70): Ethnic Group Life in New York City in the 1920's, Particularly Among Jews and Italians. Columbia University (emeritus)

Eliga Gould (97-98): Civil Society in the Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic; Zones of Law, Zones of Violence: The American Revolution and the Legal Geography of the Atlantic World (forthcoming from Harvard University Press). University of New Hampshire

Susan Gray (90-91): Family, Land, and Credit: Yankee Communities on the Michigan Frontier, 1830-1860; The Yankee West: Community Life on the Michigan Frontier. Arizona State University

George D. Green (69-70): The Causes of the Depression of 1929 and Later. University of Minnesota

Nancy L. Green (90-91 and 91-92): A Comparative Social History of Immigrants in the Garment Industry: New York and Paris, 1880-1980; Ready-to-Wear and Ready-to-Work: A century of Industry and Immigrants in Paris and New York. L'École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales

Cheryl Greenberg (93-94): The Politics of Alliance: Blacks and Jews, 1930-1955; Troubling the Waters: Black-Jewish Relations in the American Century. Trinity College

Kenneth Greenberg (87-88): The History of American Dueling; Honor and Slavery: Lies, Duels, Noses, Masks, Dressing as a Woman, Gifts, Strangers, Humanitarianism, Death, Slave Rebellions, the Proslavery Argument, Baseball, Hunting and Gambling in the Old South. Suffolk University

Philip Greven (66-67): Demographic Study of Andover, MA in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries; Four Generations: Population, Land, and Family in Colonial Andover, MA. Rutgers University (emeritus)

David Grimsted (67-68): Political and Legal Implications of Riots During the 1830s and 1840s. University of Maryland

Robert Gross (79-80): The Transcendentalists and their World: Agriculture and Society in Concord, 1750-1850. University of Connecticut

Paul Groth (04-05): Learning Modernity: Blue Collar Homes, Work, and Leisure in the American City after 1870. University of California, Berkeley

Carl J. Guarneri (81-82): Full-scale Study of American Fourierism; The Utopian Alternative: Fourierism in Nineteenth-Century America. Saint Mary's College of California

Catherine Gudia (13-14): Curating the City: The Framing of Los Angeles. [Spring Semester] University of California, Riverside

Allen Guelzo (94-95): Freedom of the Will: The Problem and Its People in American Thought. Gettysburg College

Thomas Guglielmo (08-09): Race War: World War II and the Crisis of American Democracy. George Washington University

Joshua Guild (09-10): Shadows of the Metropolis: Urban Space and the Transformation of Black Communities in Postwar New York and London. Princeton University

Philip F. Gura (80-81): The Mind of the Connecticut Valley before the Great Awakening; The Wisdom of Words: Language, Theology, and Literature in the New England Renaissance. University of North Carolina

David Hall (73-74): 1. Connections between American and English Intellectuals in the Mid-19th Century 2.Edition of Jonathan Edward's Writing on the Nature of the Church. Harvard University

Françoise Hamlin (07-08): ‘The Story Isn’t Finished’: Continuing Histories of the Civil Rights Movement. Brown University

David Hancock (97-98): The Madeira Wine Trade, 1703-1807; Oceans of Wine (forthcoming). University of Michigan

Jussi Hanhimaki (93-94): The Origins of Détente: America, Russia, and European Neutrality, 1945-1962; Containing Coexistence: America, Russia, and the “Finnish Solution.” Graduate Institute of International Studies (Geneva)

Jonathan Hansen (00-01): To Make Democracy Safe for the World; The Lost Promise of Patriotism: Debating American Identity, 1890-1920. Harvard University

Karen V. Hansen (12-13): Encounter on the Great Plains: Scandinavian Immigrants and Dakota Indians, 1890-1930. Brandeis University

J. William Harris (88-89): Social and Economic Change in the South, 1880-1940: A Comparative Local Study; Deep Souths: Delta, Piedmont, and Sea Island Society in the Age of Segregation. University of New Hampshire

John F.C. Harrison (72-73): British and American Social Movements from 1780 to 1850; Millennialism and Popular Culture in America; The Second Coming: Popular Millenarianism, 1780-1850. Cheltenham, UK

Nathan Hatch (77-78): Federalism in the Early Republic, Impact of the Revolution on Popular Religion. University of Notre Dame

Irene Hecht (71-72): 1.Demographic Analysis of the Virginia Muster of 1624-25 2. Migration to Massachusetts as Reflected in the Material Collected by Charles Banks in ‘Planters of the Commonwealth.' American Council on Education

Patricia S. Hills (82-83): “The Partisan Eye”: Painting and Social Concern in 1930s America; Social Concern and Urban Realism: American Painting of the 1930s. Boston University

Martha Hodes (12-13): Mourning Lincoln: Personal Grief and the Meaning of the American Civil War. New York University

Dirk Hoerder (74-75): Crowd Action from 1780 to the 1830s; Crowd Action in Revolutionary Massachusetts, 1765-1780. University of Bremen

Kristin Hoganson (96-97): The “Manly” Ideal of Politics and the Imperialist Impulse: Gender, U.S. Political Culture, and the Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars; Fighting for American Manhood: How Gender Politics Provoked the Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

L. James Holt (68-69): The Anti-statist Element in the American Political Tradition

James Horn (89-90): “In forraign plantacons”: The Transfer of English Society to the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake; Adapting to a New World: English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Daniel Horowitz (69-70): American Conceptions of Industrialization, 1830-1910. Smith College

Daniel W. Howe (70-71): The Political Thought of American Whigs in the Nineteenth Century; The American Whigs; an Anthology. UCLA (emeritus) 

John Howe (68-69): Definitions of “Republicanism,” 1776 Onward. St. Paul, MN

Nicholas Howe (13-14): The Secular Eye: Landscape, Law, and the American Religious Imagination. Williams College

Natalie E.H. Hull (86-87): History of the American Law Institute, 1923-1983; Roscoe Pound and Karl Lewellyn: Searching for an American Jurisprudence. Rutgers University

William Hutchison (66-67): Interpretations of Early Developments in the Modernist Impulse in American Protestantism; American Protestant Thought: the Liberal Era. Deceased

Yoshimitsu Ide (67-68): Reconciliation between the North and South in Late-19th Century History

Walter Jackson (89-90): American Intellectuals and the Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1968. North Carolina State University

Meg Jacobs (03-04): Inflation, The Permanent Dilemma: Postwar Politics and the American Middle Class. MIT

David Jaffee (89-90): Artisan Entrepreneurs in the Rural North: The Commercialization of Culture in the Countryside, 1760-1860; “People of the Wachusett: Greater New England in History and Memory” “The Village Enlightenment in the Rural North, 1760-1860” “Peddlers of Progress and the Transformation of the Rural North, 1760-1880” “The Ebenezers Devotion: Pre- and Post-Revolutionary Consumption in Rural Connecticut.” Graduate Center, CUNY; and (12-13): Envisioning Nineteenth-Century New York: New York as Cultural Capital, 1840-1880.

Sheyda Jahanbani (10-11): ’The Poverty of the World’: Rediscovering the Poor at Home and Abroad, 1935-1980. University of Kansas

Sydney James (79-80): Changing Patterns of Institutions in Colonial Rhode Island; The Colonial Metamorphoses in Rhode Island: A Study of Institutions in Change. Deceased

Maartje Janse (07-08): “‘Anti Societies Are Now All the Rage’: Jokes, Criticism, and Violence in Response to the Transformation of American Reform, 1825–1835.”

Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones (71-72): American Society and War, 1865 to 1920

Ann Johnson (01-02): Engineering the Nation: The Development of American Engineering Communities and their Practices. University of South Carolina

Patricia Johnston (99-00): Representation, Religion, and Ethnicity in Nineteenth-Century Elite and Popular Arts; “A Critical Overview of Visual Culture Studies” “Social Tensions in an Ideal World: Samuel F.B. Morse's Gallery of the Louvre.” Salem State College

Manfred Jonas (77-78): Two Centuries of German-American Relations; The United States and Germany: A Diplomatic History. Union College

Douglas Jones (78-79): Poverty and Dependency in Early New England. Iowa State Historical Society

Winthrop Jordan (67-68): Research topic not on record. University of Mississippi

Peniel Joseph (08-09): Stokely Carmichael: Race, Democracy, and Postwar America, 1941-1969. Brandeis University

Carl Kaestle (74-75): Rural-Urban Differences in Massachusetts Public Schools, 1830-1880. Education and Social Change in Nineteenth-Century Massachusetts (Cambridge University Press, 1980). Brown University

Laurie Kahn-Leavitt (02-03): Little-Known Stories of Women in History: A Film Series. Blueberry Hill Productions (Watertown, MA)

Sarah Luria (13-14): Block Stories: Field Guide to Where You Live. College of the Holy Cross 

Laura Kalman (94-95): The Crisis of Legal Liberalism and the Turn to History; The Strange Career of Legal Liberalism. University of California, Santa Barbara

Jane Kamensky (04-05): The Exchange Artist: A Story of Paper, Bricks, and Ash in Early National America. Brandeis University

Barry Karl (66-67): The Career of Charles Merriam; Charles E. Merriam and the Study of Politics. University of Chicago (emeritus)

Stanley Katz (66-67): I. Anglo-American Politics in Colonial New York. II. Comparative Study of the Development of Equity Law as Administered in the American Colonies and the English High Court of Chancery; 1. Newcastle's New York: Anglo-American Politics, 1732-53 2. “Politics of Law in Colonial America: Controversies over Chancery Courts and Equity Law in the 18th Century.” Princeton University

Morton Keller (67-68): I. Thomas Nast. II. American Political Institutions, 1865-1900; 1. The Art and Politics of Thomas Nast 2. Affairs of State: Public Life in Late Nineteenth Century America. Brandeis University (emeritus)

Paul Kershaw (15-16): Arrested Development: Postwar Growth Crisis and Neoliberal Development in the U.S. and Mexico. 

Steven Kesselman (73-74): Intellectual Development of Rexford Tugwell and Thurman Arnold; Impact of Changing Social Perceptions. National Park Service

Joseph F. Kett (69-70): The Discrimination of Stages in the Human Life-Cycle in 19th-century America. University of Virginia

Daniel J. Kevles (81-82): History of Social Uses of Genetics in Britain and the United States; In the Name of Eugenics: Genetics and the Uses of Human Heredity. Yale University

Alexander Keyssar (85-86): Voting Rights and Practices of the Working Class. Harvard University

Sung Bok Kim (80-81): Hardships and Deprivations Brought on by the Revolution. SUNY, Albany

David Kinkela (10-11): Opening Pandora’s Box: DDT and the American Century. State University of New York, Fredonia

Amy Kittelstrom (05-06): The Religion of Democracy: William James and Practical Idealism in Evolutionary America and Beyond. Harvard University

Christina Klein (99-00): Cold War Orientalism: Globalization and the Cultural Politics of Anti-Racism, 1945-1961; Cold War Orientalism: Asia in the Middlebrow Imagination, 1945-1961. MIT

Willem Klooster (97-98): The Loopholes of Atlantic Mercantilism; “Guerre et Contrebande dans le Monde Atlantique.” Clark University

Janice Knight (90-91): Orthodoxies in Massachusetts; Orthodoxies in Massachusetts: Rereading American Puritanism. University of Chicago

Thomas Knock (95-96): “Come Home, America”: George McGovern and American Politics and Foreign Policy. Southern Methodist University

Jurgen Kocka (69-70): The History of White Collar Employees in the United States; White Collar Workers in America, 1890-1940: A Social-Political History in International Perspective. Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung

Paul Koistinen (74-75): Political Economy of Warfare in America: Civil War Years; Beating Plowshares Into Swords: The Political Economy of American Warfare, 1606-1865. North Hills, CA

Peter Kolchin (75-76 and 84-85): American Slavery and Russian Serfdom: Patterns of Resistance to Bondage in 19th-century Russia and the United States; Unfree Labor: American Slavery and Russian Serfdom. University of Delaware

Albrecht Koschnik (07-08): Civic Culture in the Making: Institution-Building in America, 1730-1850.

Paul Kramer (09-10): An Imperial Polity: Remaking Race in Global America. Vanderbilt University

Daniel Kryder (07-08): Policing Movements: Authority and Democracy in Modern America. Brandeis University

Allan Kulikoff (79-80): Migration within the American South from the Revolution to the Civil War. University of Georgia

Scott Kurashige (08-09): From Civil Rights to a Revolution of Values. University of Michigan

Benjamin W. Labaree (68-69): The Decision for Independence at the Grass-roots Level and in the Continental Congress; Empire or Independence, 1760-1776: A British-American Dialogue on the Coming of the American Revolution . Williams College (emeritus)

Naomi Lamoreaux (88-89): Family Affairs: Banks, Kinship Networks, and Economic Development in New England, 1784-1904; Insider Lending: Banks, Personal Connections, and Economic Development in Industrial New England. UCLA

John Larson (15-16): Commodifying Nature and Naturalizing Greed: Meditations on the Roots of an American Culture of Exploitation. Purdue University

Jill Lepore (96-97): The Name of War: Waging, Writing, and Remembering King Philip's War; The Name of War: King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity. Harvard University

David Levin (76-77): I.Cotton Mather: The Young Life of the Lord's Remembrancer, 1663-1702 II. Cotton Mather's Declaration of the Merchants and Gentleman and Thomas Jefferson's Declaration of Independence; Cotton Mather: The Young Life of the Lord's Remembrancer, 1663-1703. Deceased

Susan Levine (98-99): The Creation of a National School Lunch Program: Class and Politics in a Consumer Society; Fixing Lunch: Food and Politics in Twentieth Century America (forthcoming from Princeton University Press). University of Illinois, Chicago

Barry Levy (92-93): Half the Children: Fatherless and Motherless Children in Early Massachusetts, 1630-1820. University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Beth Levy (06-07): World War and the Changing Face of Race in American Music Criticism. University of California, Davis

Patricia Limerick (83-84): Research topic not on record. University of Colorado, Boulder

Kenneth A. Lockridge (69-70): The Extent of Literacy in Colonial New England and Charitable Impulse in Colonial New England; Literacy in Colonial New England: An Enquiry into the Social Context of Literacy in the Early Modern West. University of Montana

Peter L'Official (14-15): Urban Legends: Representing the South Bronx in Ruin and Reality. Harvard University

David Lubin (06-07): The Look of War: How Modern Warfare from Gettysburg to Baghdad Has Altered Our Ways of Seeing. Wake Forest University

W. Scott Lucas (92-93): Campaigns of Truth: British and American Propaganda and Psychological Warfare Since 1945; Freedom's War: The US Crusade against the Soviet Union, 1945-1956. University of Birmingham

Elizabeth Lunbeck (87-88): Psychiatry in the Age of Reform: Doctors, Social Workers, and Patients at the Boston Psychopathic Hospital, 1900-1925; The Psychiatric Persuasion: Knowledge, Gender and Power in Modern America. Vanderbilt University

Geir Lundestad (78-79): American Policy toward Scandinavia from 1945 to 1949; America, Scandinavia, and the Cold War, 1945-1949. Norwegian Nobel Institute

Paula Lupkin (04-05): Manhood Factories: YMCA Architecture and the Making of Modern Urban Culture, 1865-1929. Washington University

Roy MacLeod (76-77): Relation between Science, the “Research Ideal,” and the Social Role of the American University, 1840-1919. University of Sydney

Noam Maggor (15-16): The United States as a Developing Nation: Revisiting the Political Economy of the Great American West

Neil Maher (13-14): Ground Control: How the Space Race Scrubbed Revolution. Rutgers at Newark/New Jersey Institute of Technology

Pauline Maier (74-75): Leaders of the Early Revolutionary Years, Samuel Adams and Thomas Young; The Old Revolutionaries: Political Lives in the Age of Samuel Adams. MIT

Peter Mancall (91-92): Alcohol and Empire: Indians, Colonists, and the Liquor Trade in British America; Deadly Medicine: Indians and Alcohol in Early America. University of Southern California

C. Roland Marchand (67-68): World Peace Movement during the Progressive Era; The American Peace Movement and Social Reform, 1898-1918. Deceased

Rebecca Marchiel (15-16): Neighborhoods First: The Urban Reinvestment Movement in the Era of Financial Deregulation, 1966-1989

Joan Mark (79-80): A Biography of Alice C. Fletcher; A Stranger in Her Native Land: Alice Fletcher and the American Indians. Harvard University

Anna Maria Martellone (79-80): The “Teutonic Doctrine” in the United States and “White” Africa, 1948-1968. Università degli Studi di Firenze

Lisa Materson (07-08): For the Freedom of Her Race: Black Women and Electoral Politics, 1877-1932. University of California, Davis

Fred Matthews (75-76): Relations between Psychiatry and Popular Thought in the United States. York University

Allen Matusow (70-71): Domestic Policies of the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations; Unraveling of America: A History of Liberalism in the 1960s. Rice University

Joseph McCartin (03-04): The PATCO Strike, the Crisis of Public Employee Unionism, and the Decline of the U.S. Labor. Georgetown University

Timothy McCarthy (07-08): Creating Equality: Black Protest, Abolitionism, and the Emergence of American Democracy. Harvard University

Robert A. McCaughey (72-73): The Professionalization of American Academic Life: The Nineteenth-Century Harvard Faculty as a Case Study; The Transformation of American Academic Life: Harvard University 1821-1892. Barnard College, Columbia University

Drew McCoy (83-84): James Madison and the Republican Legacy; Last of the Fathers: James Madison and the Republican Legacy. Clark University

William McLoughlin (68-69): New England Dissent: The Baptists and the Separation of Church and State, 1630-1833; New England Dissent 1630-1833, Vol. I & II. Deceased

Martha McNamara (04-05): “The relish for landscape”: Representing New England's Built Environment, 1790-1840. University of Maine

Jal Mehta (11-12): The Chastened Dream: Social Science, Social Policy, and Social Progress from the Progressives to the Present. Harvard University

Robert Mennel (77-78): Nineteenth-century Reform Schools. University of New Hampshire (emeritus)

Christopher Miller (84-85): American Missionaries in the Antebellum Period. University of Texas, Pan-American

Gregg Mitman (11-12): America’s Rubber Empire: Ecology, Disease, and Commerce in the Making of Firestone Plantations Company. University of Wisconsin

Gunter Moltmann (72-73): 1. American Diplomatist Ambrose Dudley Mann (1801-1889) and His Missions to Europe 2. German-American Relations from 1776 to the Present. Deceased

Regina A. Morantz-Sanchez (82-83): “Natural Guardians of the Race”: Women Physicians in American Medicine, 1840-1980; Sympathy and Science: Women Physicians in American Medicine. University of Michigan

Philip Morgan (87-88): The World of an Anglo-Jamaican in the Eighteenth Century. Princeton University

David J.S. Morris (70-71): Attitudes toward Crime and Law Enforcement in Boston, New York and Philadelphia from 1880-1930

Kathryn Morse (13-14): The View from Here: Picturing America's Environmental Past. Middlebury College

Kevin Mumford (08-09): Brother Redeemers: Race, Sexual Revolution, and Black Gay History. University of Iowa

John Munro (10--11): The Anticolonial Front: Cold War Imperialism and the Struggle against Global White Supremacy, 1945-1960. Simon Fraser University

Teresa Murphy (89-90): Moral Authority and Family Structure in the Ten Hour Movement of New England, 1830-1850; Ten Hours Labor: Religion, Reform, and Gender in Early New England. George Washington University

John Murrin (78-79): Relations between Britain and the American Colonies from the Initial Settlements to the War of 1812; “Magistrates, Sinners, and a Precarious Liberty: Trial by Jury in 17th-century New England”; “Trial by Jury: The Virginia Paradox.” Princeton University (emeritus)

Timothy Naftali (95-96): The Evolution of American National Security Institutions. The Miller Center of Public Affairs

Philip Nash (95-96): The Other Missiles of October: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and the Jupiters in Europe, 1957-1963; The Other Missiles of October: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and the Jupiters, 1957-1963. Pennsylvania State University, Shenango

Sydney Nathans (88-89): The Long Emancipations: A Black Community After Slavery, 1865-1920. Duke University (emeritus)

Adam Nelson (11-12): Empire of Knowledge: Nationalism, Internationalism, and Scholarship in the Early United States. University of Wisconsin

Scott Nelson (10-11): The First Great Depression: The Panic of 1873 and its Aftermath. College of William and Mary

Charles Neu (71-72): Evolution of American Policy toward Japan from the 1940's to the Present; The Troubled Encounter: The United States and Japan. Brown University (emeritus)

Kathy Newman (99-00): Critical Mass: Advertising, Audiences and Consumer Activism in the Age of Radio; Radio Active: Advertising and Consumer Activism, 1935-1947. Carnegie Mellon University

Stephen Nissenbaum (76-77): 1. Career of Nathaniel Hawthorne 2. Introduction to the Salem Witchcraft papers (in collaboration with Paul Boyer) ; The Salem Witchcraft Papers: Verbatim Transcripts of the Legal Documents of the Salem Witchcraft Outbreak of 1692 ; and (94-95): The Battle for Christmas; The Battle for Christmas. University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Gregory Nobles (85-86): Merchants and the Transformation of Rural New England, 1700-1815; “The Rise of Merchants in Rural Market Towns: A Case Study of Eighteenth-Century Northampton, Massachusetts.” Georgia Institute of Technology

Thomas Noer (79-80): The United States and ‘white' Africa, 1948-1968; Cold War and Black Liberation: The United States and White Rule in Africa, 1948-1968. Carthage College

Mary Beth Norton (74-75): Diaries of Women Who Lived Between 1750 and 1800; Liberty's Daughters: the Revolutionary Experience of American Women, 1750-1800. Cornell University

Alice O'Connor (03-04): The Problem of Wealth in the Affluent Society. University of California, Santa Barbara

Mary Odem (91-92): The Regulation of Adolescent Female Sexuality in the Early Twentieth Century. Emory University

Agnes Birgitta Oden (69-70): Emigration from Urban Areas in Sweden. University of Lund

Angelo Olivieri (72-73): Italian Emigration to the United States from the 1880's to World War I

Cynthia Ott (15-16): Indian National Parks: The Recent History of Environmental Protection on American Indian Lands. St. Louis University

Nell Irvin Painter (76-77): 1. American Views of Blood, Class, and Civilization in the South at the Turn of the 20th Century 2. Hosea Hudson, A Negro Communist in Brimingham, Alabama in the 1930s and 1940s; The Narrative of Hosea Hudson, His Life as a Negro Communist in the South . Princeton University (emeritus)

Katherine Pandora (01-02): The Children's Republic of Science in 19th-century America; Lessons in Natural Knowledge for the Rising Generations of a New Nation. University of Oklahoma

Susan Parrish (01-02): Performances of Curiosity: Natural History in Colonial British America; American Curiosity: Cultures of Natural History in the Colonial British Atlantic World. University of Michigan

F. Robert Pascoe (82-83): The Social History of Italian Migration to North America. Victoria University, Melbourne (emeritus)

Gunther Peck (09-10): Trafficking in Race: The Rise and Fall of White Slavery, 1700-2000. Duke University

Ann Pellegrini (12-13): Excess and Enchantment: Queer Performance Between the Religious and the Secular. New York University

Richard H. Pells (70-71): American Culture and Social Thought in the 1930's; Radical Visions and American Dreams: Culture and Social Thought in the Depression Years. University of Texas, Austin

Bradford Perkins (69-70): American Diplomatic History and the American Response to Revolutions. University of Michigan (emeritus)

Michael Perman (79-80): Analysis of the Impact of Reconstruction on the Southern Political System; The Road to Redemption: Southern Politics, 1869-1879. University of Illinois, Chicago

Jon A. Peterson (76-77): Origins of Modern American City Planning, 1840-1917; The Birth of City Planning in the United States, 1840-1917. CUNY (emeritus)

Mark Peterson (97-98): A Christian Athens: Boston in the Atlantic World, 1660-1776. University of Iowa

Kimberley Phillips (06-07):‘And We Return Trembling’: Black Cultural Production, War, and Civil Rights. College of William and Mary

Sarah Phillips (10-11): The Price of Plenty: Global Burdens and American Agricultural Abundance. Boston University

Kathryn Preyer (66-67): An Investigation of the Problem of Federal Jurisdiction over Common Law Crimes in the Early National Period. Deceased

Francis Paul Prucha (70-71): American Indian Policy from 1860-1900; American Indian Policy in Crisis: Christian Reformers and the Indian, 1865-1900. Marquette University (emeritus)

Bettye Hobbs Pruitt (82-83): Study of the Socio-Economic Structure of Massachusetts Towns on the Eve of the Revolution; “Self-sufficiency and the Agricultural Economy of 18th-century Massachusetts.” Portsmouth, NH

Michael Ralph (14-15): The Domestic Industry Database. New York University 

David Rankin (77-78): Free People of Color in New Orleans from 1850 to 1870. University of California, Irvine

Suzanna Reiss (09-10): Policing for Profit: US Imperialism and the International Drug Economy. University of Hawai'i Manoa

David J. Reynolds (80-81): The American Occupation of Britain, 1942-1945; Rich Relations: The American Occupation of Britain, 1942-1945. Cambridge University

Edward Rhodes (89-90): An Uncertain Voyage: U.S. Naval Force Posture and the Pursuit of Global Maritime Hegemony, 1950-1986. Rutgers University

Douglas Riach (76-77): Reactions of the Irish to American Slavery

Heather Richardson (98-99): Northern Republicans and the ‘Negro Question' 1861-1901. MIT

Lukas Rieppel (15-16): Assembling the Dinosaur: Science, Museums, and American Capitalism, 1870-1930

Janet Riesman (86-87): The Commercial Revolution in America, 1690-1830 

Olav Riste (67-68): Norwegian-Allied Relations during World War II; Norway in the Alliance, 1940-45. Institutt for Forsvarsstudier

Jon Roberts (83-84): Protestant Response to Darwinism in America; Darwinism and the Divine in America. Boston University

Jonathan Rosenberg (00-01): “How Far the Promised Land?”: World Affairs and the American Civil Rights Movement from the First World War to Vietnam; “How Far the Promised Land?”: World Affairs and the American Civil Rights Movement from the First World War to Vietnam. Hunter College

Jesper Rosenmeier (70-71): 1. Study on W.Bradford of Plymouth Plantation 2. Biography of Cotton Mather. Tufts University

Daniela Rossini (95-96): Woodrow Wilson and Italy in 1917-1919: Diplomacy and Propaganda; Il mito Americano nell' Italia della Grande Guerra. Third University of Rome

Margaret Rossiter (72-73): 1. Women Scientists Active in the United States before 1920 2. American Agricultural Societies from 1785; 1. Women scientists in America: Struggles and Strategies to 1940 2. The Emergence of Agricultural Science: Justus Liebig and the Americans, 1840-1880. Cornell University

Edward Rugemer (09-10): Struggles Over Slavery: a Comparative History of Jamaica and South Carolina From their Origins to 1838. Yale University

Richard Ryerson (78-79): Townshend Revenue Act Crisis in America, 1766-1773. David Library of the American Revolution

Goran Rystad (66-67): Popular Support and Contemporary Interpretation of Turn-of -the-Century American Expansionism; Ambiguous Imperialism: American Foreign Policy and Domestic Politics at the Turn of the Century. Lunds Universitet

Aaron Sachs (13-14): Melville and Mumford: The Modern Environment, Everyday Trauma, and the Art of Rediscovery. Cornell University

Neal Salisbury (88-89): The First Americans: Indians in North America to 1783; “Native People and European Settlers in Eastern North America, 1600-1783.” Smith College

Karen Sawislak (98-99): The ‘Labor Problem' in America, 1880-1905. San Francisco, CA

Ronald Schatz (03-04): Collective Biography of John Dunlop, Clark Kerr, and Other NWLB Staff. Wesleyan University

Mark Schmeller (05-06): Invisible Sovereign: Imagining American Public Opinion. Northeastern Illinois University

Bruce Schulman (96-97): The Strange Death of American Public Life: Politics and Culture in the Post-Vietnam Era; The Seventies: The Great Shift in American Culture, Politics, and Society. Boston University

Thomas Schwartz (85-86 and 88-89): John J. McCloy and the American High Commission in Postwar Germany; America's Germany: John J. McCloy and the Federal Republic of Germany. Vanderbilt University

Douglas Seefeldt (14-15): The Mountain Meadows Massacre in American Memory. Ball State University

Robert Shalhope (89-90): Bennington and the Green Mountain Boys: Political Culture in Vermont, 1760-1820; Bennington and the Green Mountain Boys: The Emergence of Liberal Democracy in Vermont, 1760-1850. University of Oklahoma

Henry David Shapiro (71-72): 1. Discovery of Appalachia 2. Questionnaires about 1900 American scientists of the Mid-Nineteenth Century; Appalachia on Our mind: the Southern Mountains and Mountaineers in the American Consciousness. Deceased

Martin J. Sherwin (81-82): J. Robert Oppenheimer: A Political Biography; American Prometheus: the Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer. Tufts University

Elichi Shindo (77-78): American-Japanese Relations in the Twentieth Century. Tsukuba National University

David Sicilia (92-93): Selling Power: Marketing and Monopoly at Boston Edison, 1886-1929 (forthcoming from UNC Press). University of Maryland

Nina Silber (96-97): Nurturing the Nation: American Women and Patriotism, 1876-1918; Daughters of the Union: Northern Women Fight the Civil War. Boston University

Richard C. Simmons (68-69): Documents of the Massachusetts Revolution, 1689-1692

Manisha Sinha (07-08): Redefining Democracy: African Americans and the Movement to Abolish Slavery, 1775-1865. University of Massachusetts

Torbjorn Sirevag (70-71): Politics and War in the New Deal, 1939-1945. University of Oslo

Harvard Sitkoff (79-80): The Emergence of Civil Rights as a National Issue during World War II. University of New Hampshire

Jeffrey Sklansky (05-06): The Rise and Fall of the Money Question in the Nineteenth-Century United States. Oregon State University

Judith Smith (02-03): Black and White in Color: Hollywood Film Representation of Racial Citizenship, 1949-1963. University of Massachusetts, Boston

Barbara M. Solomon (68-69): History of American Women. Deceased

Mark Solovey (11-12): The Politics-Patrons-Social Science Nexus, from the War in Vietnam to the War on Terror; 1. Cold War Social Science 2. Shaky Foundations. University of Toronto

Fred Somkin (67-68): Expatriation in the U.S. 1789-1868 and Congressional Protection of Naturalized Americans Abroad. Cornell University (emeritus)

Abby Spinak (15-16): Liquidating the Countryside: Electricity, Democracy, and the Moral Confusion of American Rual Development

Anne Whiston Spirn (04-05): The Once and Future City: The Mill Creek Neighborhood of West Philadelphia. MIT

Sarah J. Stage (80-81): Women and the Progressive Impulse; Rethinking Home Economics: Women and the History of a Profession (Cornell University Press, 1997) Arizona State University

Lisa Stampnitzky (11-12): Disciplining Terror: How Experts and Others Created ‘Terrorism. University of Oxford

Eric Stange (02-03): 1. Documentary Film on the French and Indian War 2. Making History: How We Create Our Images of the Past; The War That Made America. Spy Pond Productions (Arlington, MA)

Peter Stanley (75-76): 1. History of Philippine-American Relations 2. Interpretative History of American-East Asian Relations from 1784 to the Present; I. A Nation in the Making: the Philippines and the Unites States, 1899-1921. Pomona College

Richard Steckel (93-94): Nutrition, Health, and Mortality of American Slaves; The Backbone of History: Health and Nutrition in the Western Hemisphere (Cambridge University Press). Ohio State University

Robert Steinfeld (03-04): Judicial Review, Property Rights, and the Expansion of American Suffrage Prior to the Civil War. SUNY, Buffalo

Jerome Sternstein (68-69): Biography of Senator Nelson W. Aldrich of Rhode Island. Brooklyn College, CUNY (emeritus)

Jeffrey Stewart (11-12): The Knowledge Revolution of 1968. University of California at Santa Barbara

Charles E. Strickland (68-69): History of the Socialization of the Child; Victorian Domesticity: Families in the Life and Art of Louisa May Alcott. Emory University, emeritus

Ellen Stroud (04-05): Dead as Dirt: An Environmental History of the Urban Corpse. Oberlin College

Peter Temin (76-77): 1. Ethical Drug Regulation in the United States during the Twentieth Century 2. Economics of Slavery Refuting Recent Claims about the Efficiency of Slaves (with Paul David); II. Taking Your Medicine: Drug Regulation in the United States. MIT

John Thomas (69-70): Joint Study of the Thought of Henry George, Edward Bellamy, and Henry Demarest Lloyd. Brown University (emeritus)

Christopher Tomlins (84-85): Form and Function of the Law of Employment in America in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century; Law, Labor and Ideology in the Early American Republic. American Bar Foundation

Kyla Wazana Tompkins (12-13): Consider the Recipe: Time, Form and the Everyday. Pomona College

Charles Trout (78-79): A Biography of James Michael Curley

Nancy Bernkopf Tucker (88-89): Sino-American Relations during the Eisenhower and Kennedy Years; China Confidential: American Diplomats and Sino-American Relations, 1945-1996. Georgetown University

James Turner (79-80): The Historical Origins of Agnosticism in Victorian America; Without God, Without Creed: The Origins of Unbelief in America. University of Notre Dame

William Tuttle (72-73): History of Racial Violence in America and Other Forms of Collective Violence 2. W.E.B. Du Bois; W. E. B. Du Bois. University of Kansas

Leslie F.S. Upton (68-69): American Attitudes to Loyalists in the 1780s

Aladar Urban (73-74): Early Phases of Army Organization on the Patriot Side during the American Revolution

Paul Uselding (78-79): History of Mechanical Technology in Antebellum America. Marshall University

Alden Vaughan (73-74): History of Indian-white relations in British America. Clark University

Cyrus Veeser (03-04): Monopoly Practices in a Liberal Age: Concessions and U.S.-Latin American Economic Relations, 1880-1910. Bentley College

Martha H. Verbrugge (81-82): Women, Health, and Education in the Nineteenth-century; Able-Bodied Womanhood: Personal Health and Social Change in Nineteenth-Century Boston. Bucknell University

Laurence Veysey (74-75): American Cultural Institutions in the Late-nineteenth and Early-twentieth Centuries. Deceased

Alexander Von Hoffman (93-94): Homes for the People: A History of Urban Housing Reform in the United States. Harvard University

Helena Wall (88-89): “To Fix the Boundaries of Sorrow”: The Precariousness of Life in Early America. Pomona College

Alice Walters (01-02): Objectifying Nature: Science, Culture and Commerce in Britain and America, 1740-1830. Murray State University

Jessica Wang (11-12): Science and State Power: Political Economies of Knowledge in the United States, 1890-1960. University of British Columbia

John William Ward (79-80): Corruption and Political culture in Twentieth-century Massachusetts. Deceased

Gerald Warden (75-76): 1. Anglo-American Legal Reforms in the Seventeenth Century 2. Property Transfers in Boston, 1692-1775

Susan W. Ware (82-83): A Biography of Molly Dewson; Partner and I: Molly Dewson, Feminism, and New Deal Politics: and (07-08): A Sporting Chance: Billie Jean King, Title IX, and Sports Feminism. Cambridge, MA

Sam Bass Warner (73-74): Implications for Historical Analysis of a New System for Dividing the Continental United States into Metropolitan Areas; Measurements for Social History. MIT

Sara Warner (12-13): SCUM: Valerie Solanas and the Art of the Chronic. Cornell University

John J. Waters (70-71): 1. Psychological Study of James Otis 2.The Historiography of the New England Town; The Otis Family: in Provincial and Revolutionary Massachusetts. University of Rochester

Duncan B. Waterson (69-70): The Entrepreneur in the United States and Australia in the Late Nineteenth Century. Macquarie University (emeritus)

Stephen Webb (71-72): 1. The Army and British Imperialism: Officer Corps and Anglo-American Politics 2. James Stuart and the English Empire; The Governors-General: The English Army and The Definition of the Empire, 1569-1681 ; and (74-75): 1.The End of Mercantilism 2. The Phases of Anglo-American History 3. The Military Origins of the First English Empire 4. The Governors-General; 1676, The End of American Independence. Syracuse University

Donald Weber (84-85): Rhetoric and History in Revolutionary New England; Rhetoric and History in Revolutionary New England. Mount Holyoke College

Nancy Weiss Malkiel (76-77): Blacks and the New Deal; Farewell to the Party of Lincoln: Black Politics in the Age of F.D.R. Princeton University

Robert Wells (74-75): American Demographic History, Influence of Population in American History; Revolutions in Americans' Lives: A Demographic Perspective on the History of Americans, Their Families, and Their Society. Union College

Joel R. Williamson (81-82): “The Souls of White Folk”: The Evolution of Southern White Culture. University of North Carolina (emeritus)

R. Jackson Wilson (75-76): Washington Irving; Culture and Society in the U.S. since 1800; Figures of Speech: American Writers and the Literary Marketplace, Benjamin Franklin to Emily Dickinson. Smith College (emeritus)

Lisa Wilson (91-92): Manhood in Puritan New England; Ye Heart of a Man: The Domestic Life of Men in Colonial New England. Connecticut College

Patrick Wolfe (09-10): Settler Colonialism and the American West, 1865-1904. La Trobe University. Deceased

Raymond Wolfinger (66-67): Study of the Origin and Enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (with David Filvaroff); “The Origin and Enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.” UC, Berkeley

Peter Wood (74-75): Intercultural History of the Southeast during the Late Eighteenth Century; “The Changing Population of the Colonial South: An Overview by Race and Region, 1685-1790.” Duke University

Sharon Wood (98-99): Wandering Girls and Leading Women: Citizenship and Sexuality in Urban Public Life, 1875-1910; The Freedom of the Streets: Work, Citizenship, and Sexuality in a Gilded Age City. University of Nebraska

James E. Wright (80-81): Relationship Between Local Values and Political Federalism: New Hampshire Progressivism, 1880-1914; The Progressive Yankees: Republican Reformers in New Hampshire, 1906-1916. Dartmouth College

David Wyman (69-70): Volume Two of a History of U.S. Policy toward Refugees from Nazism, 1942-45; The Abandonment of the Jews: America and the Holocaust, 1941-1945. Amherst, MA

Craig Yirush (05-06): Forming American Political Theory: Rights, Law and Sovereignty in the Early Modern British Atlantic, 1685-1784. UCLA

Cynthia Young (09-10): Afterburn: Race and Culture After 9/11. Boston College

Harvey Young (12-13): Virtually Black: Race and New Media. Northwestern University

Rafia Zafar (95-96): We Wear the Mask: Transcending the Text in Early African American Literature; We Wear the Mask: African Americans Write American Literature, 1760-1870. Washington University

Cynthia Zaitzevsky (85-86 and 86-87): The Model Housing Movement in the United States, 1850-1929: Social Reform and Architectural Innovation. Newton, MA

Susan Zeiger (06-07): War Brides and Yank Soldiers: Intercultural Marriage and U.S. International Relationships in the Twentieth Century. Regis College

Andrew Zimmerman (10-11): A Global History of the American Civil War. George Washington University

Dragan Zivojinovic (71-72): The United States and the Vatican policies 1914-1918

Rebecca Zurier (99-00): Picturing the City: The Ashcan School, the Mass Media, and the Imaging of Modern New York; Picturing the City: Urban Vision and the Ashcan School. University of Michigan