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2015 ACLS Fellowship Recipients

The Organization of American Historians would like to recognize our members who have recieved an ACLS Fellowship in 2015.

Brooke L. Blower / Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowship
Associate Professor, History, Boston University
Hidden Fronts: New American Histories of World War II

Kate Brown / ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship
Professor, History, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Chernobyl Revisited: An Historical Inquiry into the Practice of Knowing

Dorothy Sue Cobble / ACLS Fellowship
Professor, History Department, Rutgers University-New Brunswick
American Feminism: A Transnational History

Brian J. Cuddy / Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship
Doctoral Candidate, History, Cornell University
Wider War: American Force in Vietnam, International Law, and the Transformation of Armed Conflict,
1961-1977

Megan French-Marcelin / ACLS Public Fellows Program
Instructor, Urban Studies, Barnard College
Appointed as Policy Research Manager, American Civil Liberties Union

Françoise Hamlin / Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowship
Associate Professor, Africana Studies & History, Brown University
Freedom's Cost: Children and Youth in the Black Freedom Struggle

Cecilia Márquez / Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship
Doctoral Candidate, History, University of Virginia
The Strange Career of Juan Crow: Latino/as, African Americans, and the Making of the U.S. South,
1940-2000

Kathy Peiss / ACLS Fellowship
Professor, History, University of Pennsylvania
The Collecting Missions of World War II

Posted: July 28, 2015
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