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ACLS Award Recipients

The American Council of Learned Societies has named their 2014-2015 Fellows. Please join us in congratulating the following OAH members on their accomplishments!

ACLS FELLOWS
Beth L. Bailey - Professor, History, Temple University
The U.S. Army and the Problem of Race, 1965-1985

Caitlin A. Fitz - Assistant Professor, History, Northwestern University
Our Sister Republics: The United States in an Age of American Revolutions

Brenna W. Greer - Assistant Professor, History, Wellesley College
Image Rights: Black Representation Politics and Civil Rights Work in the Postwar United States

Judith Weisenfeld - Professor, Religion, Princeton University
Apostles of Race: Religion and Black Racial Identity in the Urban North, 1920-1950

ACLS COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
Rebecca Jo Plant - Associate Professor, History, University of California-San Diego
Child Soldiers: Militarism and American Youth

CHARLES A. RYSKAMP RESEARCH FELLOWS
Jacob S. Dorman - Assistant Professor, History and American Studies, University of Kansas
Black Orientalism: Representing Islam in American Popular Culture and African American Religion

FREDERICK BURKARDT RESIDENTIAL FELLOWS
Adria L. Imada - Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies, University of California-San Diego
Capturing Leprosy: The Medical Gaze in America's Tropical Empire

Margaret O'Mara - Associate Professor, History, University of Washington
Silicon Age: High Technology and the Reinvention of the United States, 1970-2000

MELLON/ACLS DISSERTATION COMPLETION FELLOWS
Suzanne Kahn - Doctoral Candidate, History, Columbia University
Divorce and the Politics of the American Social Welfare Regime, 1969-2001

Matthew Kruer - Doctoral Candidate, History, University of Pennsylvania
The Susquehannock War: Native Americans, Bacon's Rebellion, and the Forging of the Convenant Chain

Kristina E. Poznan - Doctoral Candidate, History, College of William & Mary
Becoming Immigrant Nation-Builders: The Development of Austria-Hungary's National Projects in the United States, 1880s-1920s

Posted: July 15, 2014
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