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N-YHS Research Fellowship Recipients 1999-2014

New-York Historical Society Research Fellowship Recipients 1999-2014
Please contact Valerie Paley, N-YHS Historian & Vice President for Scholarly Programs (valerie.paley@nyhistory.org) with updates.

CURRENT FELLOWS

Anishanslin, Zara
Andrew W. Mellon Fellow
Fellowship topic: Producing Revolution: The Material and Visual Culture of Making and Remembering the American Revolution
Affiliation at time of fellowship: City University of New York
Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of History, City University of New York

Attewell, Steven
Patricia and John Klingenstein Short-Term Fellow
Fellowship topic: The Tammany Tiger in an Era of Mass Unemployment
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of California, Santa Barbara
Current position: 

Cook, James W.
NEH Fellow
Fellowship topic: Cook’s project explores the first waves of African American artists, writers, and activists to move through global markets.
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Michigan
Current position: Professor, Department of History, University of Michigan

Hattem, Michael
Patricia and John Klingenstein Short-Term Fellow
Fellowship topic: Their History as a Part of Ours’: History Culture and Historical Memory in British America, 1720-1776
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Yale University
Current position: 

Hill, Jason E.
Andrew W. Mellon Fellow
Fellowship topic: Artist as Reporter: The PM News Picture, 1940-1948
Affiliation at time of fellowship:
Current position:

 

Minty, Christopher
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellow
Fellowship topic: Between the Circles of Revolution: Association, Partisanship, and the Origins of the American Revolution in New York, 1765-1775
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Stirling, UK
Current position:

Neuman, Johanna
Patricia and John Klingenstein Short-Term Fellow
Fellowship topic: Society in Suffrage
Affiliation at time of fellowship: American University
Current position:

Roberts, Andrew
Lehrman Institute Distinguished Fellow
Fellowship topic: Napoleon
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Cornell University
Current position: Merrill Family Visiting Professor at Cornell University

Santangelo, Lauren
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellow
Fellowship topic: The ‘Feminized’ City: New York and Suffrage, 1870-1917
Affiliation at time of fellowship:
Current position:

Wilentz, Sean
Leah and Michael Weisberg Fellow
Fellowship topic: Antislavery politics in the United States from the American Revolution to the Civil War
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Princeton University
Current position: George Henry Davis 1886 Professor of American History at Princeton University

PAST FELLOWS

Abramovitz, Matthew
Nina Rosenwald Fellowship, 1999-2000
Fellowship topic: Exceptional Minds, Exceptional Nation: The Nineteenth-Century Search for "American Genius"
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Cornell University
Current position:
Recent publications:

Adams, Michael Henry
Nina Rosenwald Fellowship, 1999-2000
Fellowship topic: Harlem Lost and Found
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Independent Scholar
Current position:
Recent publications:

Adams, Michael Henry. Harlem: Lost and Found. New York: Monicelli Press, 2001.
Adams, Michael Henry. Style and Grace: African Americans at Home. Bulfinch Press, 2006.

Adelman, Sarah Mulhall
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: Treated As Children Should Be: New York City Orphan Asylums and Nineteenth Century Conceptions of Childhood
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Johns Hopkins University
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, Framingham State University
Recent publications:
Adelman, Sarah Mulhall. “Empowerment and Submission: The Political Culture of Catholic Women’s Religious Communities in Nineteenth-Century America,” The Journal of Women’s History, Volume 23, Number 3 (Fall 2011)

Atkinson, Roark
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: Invisible Plantations: Religious Violence, Occult Healing & Witchcraft in Scottish Atlantic World
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Wisconsin
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Recent publications:
Forthcoming Book: Invisible Plantations: Religious Violence, Occult Healing, and Witchcraft in the Scottish Atlantic World, 1590-1820

Baics, Gergely
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow, 2013-2014
Fellowship topic: Feeding Gotham: Urban Provisioning in Early New York, 1780-1860
Current position: Assistant Professor of History and Urban Studies, Barnard College

Baker, Dara
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2002-2003
Fellowship topic: Aristocrats, Democrats, or Virtuous Men? Defining Citizenship in Jacksonian America
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Harvard University
Current position: Archivist at Export-Import Bank of the United States/LSSI
Recent publications:

Brownlee, Peter John
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2002-2003
Fellowship topic: The Economy of the Eyes: Vision and the Cultural Production of Market Revolution, 1828-1855
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Washington University
Current position: Associate Curator, Terra Foundation for American Art, Chicago, Illinois
Recent publications:
Brownlee, Peter John. Manifest Destiny / Manifest Responsibility: Environmentalism and the Art of the American Landscape. Terra Foundation for American Art, 2008.
Brownlee, Peter John. “Ophthalmology, Reform Physiology, and the Market Revolution in Vision, 1800–1850.” Journal of the Early Republic 28, 4 (2008): 597-626.

Boodry, Kathryn
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellow, 2013-2014
Fellowship topic: Her work will focus on the intersection of slavery and finance in the nineteenth century, and how coerced labor facilitated large-scale economic growth in the Atlantic world.
Current position:
Burgess, Douglas
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2009-2010
Fellowship topic: The Politics of Piracy: A Challenge to Law and Policy in the Atlantic Colonies, 1660-1730
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Brown University
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, Yeshiva University, New York
Recent publications:
Burgess, Douglas R., Jr. The Pirates Pact: The Secret Alliances Between History’s Most Notorious Buccaneers and Colonial America.
McGraw-Hill, 2008.
Burgess, Douglas R., Jr. The World for Ransom: Piracy is Terrorism, Terrorism is Piracy. Prometheus Books, 2010.

Butterfield, Kevin
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow, 2012-2013
Fellowship topic: Voluntary associations in the early United States
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Oklahoma
Current position: Assistant Professor of Classics and Letters; Associate Director, Institute for the American Constitutional Heritage
Recent publications:
Butterfield, Kevin. “A Common Law of Membership: Expulsion, Regulation, and Civil Society in the Early Republic,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 133 (2009): 255-275.
Butterfield, Kevin. “The Right to Be a Freemason: Secret Societies and the Power of theLaw in the Early Republic,” Common-Place: The Interactive Journal of Early American Life 12 (2011).


Carter, Sarah Anne
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: Object Lessons in American Culture
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Harvard University
Current position: Lecturer in History and Literature, Harvard University
Recent publications:
Carter, Sarah Anne. “On an Object Lesson, or Don’t Eat the Evidence.” Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth 3, no. 1 (2010)
Carter, Sarah Anne. “Picturing Rooms: Interior Photography 1870–1900” History of Photography 34, no. 3 (2010)
Carter, Sarah Anne. “Stuffed into a Parakeet: Speculations on Alexander Wilson's "Faithful Companion,"” Specimen MCZ 67853. Common-Place. (2012)

Cassily, Erik J.
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: Competing Histories: Writing Africa's Past in the Debate Over American Slavery, 1809-1860
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Central Connecticut State
Current position:
Recent publications:

Clarke, Frances M.
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2002-2003
Fellowship topic: Sentimental Bonds: Suffering, Sacrifice and Benevolence in the Civil War North
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Independent Scholar
Current position: Senior Lecturer in History, The University of Sydney
Recent publications:
Clarke, Frances M. Memory, History, and Nation-Making in the United States from the Revolution to the Civil War, co-edited with Fitzhugh Brundage, Clare Corbould and Michael McDonnell, 2 vols. (Cambridge: Massachusetts University Press, vol. 1, 2012)
Clarke, Frances M. “Old Fashioned Tea Parties: Revolutionary Memory in the Civil War,” in Memory, History, and Nation-Making in the United States from the Revolution to the Civil War (Cambridge: Massachusetts University Press, 2012).
Clarke, Frances M. War Stories: Suffering and Sacrifice in the Civil War North. University of Chicago, 2011.

Clytus, Radiclani
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2006-2007
Fellowship topic: Envisioning Slavery: American Abolitionism and the Primacy of the Visual
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Yale University
Current position: Assistant Professor of English, Brown
Recent publications:
Radiclani, Clytus. "At Home in England: Black Imagery Across the Atlantic." Black Victorians: Black People in British Art 1800-1900. Ed. Jan Marsh. London: Lund Humphries, 2005.
Clytus, Radiclani. "'KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE': Devotional Sentiment and the Pictorialization of American Slavery." Early African American Print Culture in Theory and Practice. Eds. Lara Langer Cohen and Jordan Alexander Stein. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012.

Coogan, Mary
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: Trusting Memory: Recollections of an Irish-American Immigrant Family
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Independent Scholar
Current position:
Recent publications:

Crain, Caleb
Peck Stacpoole Fellowship, 2003-2004
Fellowship topic: Ned vs. Kate: The Divorce of Edwin and Catharine Forrest
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Independent Scholar
Current position: Writer, fiction and non-fiction
Recent publications:
Crain, Caleb. American Sympathy: Men, Friendship, and Literature in the New Nation. Yale University Press, 2001.
Crain, Caleb. Necessary Errors. New York: Penguin Books, 2013.

Cunningham, Daphne
Nina Rosenwald Fellowship, 1999-2000
Fellowship topic: Benevolent Design: African-American Children and the Institutions Created for Them
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Indiana University
Current position:
Recent publications:

Daen, Laurel
Patricia and John Klingenstein Short-Term Fellow, 2013-2014
Fellowship topic: Civic Capacity and the Constitution of Disability in the Early American Republic, 1770-1840
Current position: PhD candidate in History at the College of William & Mary

Day, Jared N.
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2002-2003
Fellowship topic: Deciphering the City: Caricature and Satire in New York, 1848-1892
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Carnegie Mellon University
Current position: Adjunct Professor of History, Carnegie Mellon University
Recent publications:
Day, Jared. "The Landlady and the Bachelor: A Tale of Gotham,” (co-authored with Timothy Haggerty) Seaport: New York City's History Magazine (Spring, 2005).
Trotter, Joe W. and Jared N. Day. Race and Renaissance: African Americans in Pittsburgh since World War II. University of Pittsburgh, 2010.
Day, Jared. Urban Castles: Tenement Housing and Landlord Activism in New York City, 1890-1943. NY: Columbia University Press, 1999.

Dziennik, Matthew P.
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2011-2012
Fellowship topic: The Fatal Land: War, Empire, and the Highland Soldier in British America, 1756-1783
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Edinburgh
Current position:
Recent publications:

Dziennik, Matthew P. ‘The Declaration of Independence and the Celebrations in New York City’ in Reporting the American Revolution, ed. Todd Andrlik. Chicago: Sourcebooks, 2012.
Dziennik, Matthew P. ‘Hierarchy, Authority, and Jurisdiction in the mid Eighteenth-Century Recruitment of the Highland Regiments’, Historical Research, 85 (2012): tbc – http://www.history.ac.uk/history-online/journal/historical-research.
Dziennik, Matthew P. ‘Imperial conflict and the contractual basis of military society in the Highland regiments’ in Men at Arms: Soldiering in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1850, eds. Catriona Kennedy and Matthew McCormack. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.


Eastman, Carolyn
Peck Stacpoole Fellowship, 2003-2004
Fellowship topic: A Nation of Speechifiers: Oratory, Print, and the Making of a Gendered American Public, 1780-1830
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Texas
Current position: Associate Professor of History, Virginia Commonwealth University
Recent publications:
Eastman, Carolyn. A Nation of Speechifiers: Making an American Public after the Revolution, University of Chicago Press, 2009.
Eastman, Carolyn. “Fight Like a Man: Gender and Rhetoric in the Early Nineteenth-Century American Peace Movement,” American Nineteenth-Century History 10 (September 2009): 247-71.
Eastman, Carolyn. “Shivering Timbers: Sexing Up the Pirates in Early Modern Print Culture,” Common-Place, October 2009.

Erickson, Paul J.
Nina Rosenwald Fellowship, 1999-2000
Fellowship topic: Welcome to Sodom: The Cultural Work of the American City-Mysteries Novel, 1840-1860
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Texas
Current position: Director of Academic Programs, American Antiquarian Society
Recent publications:
Erickson, Paul J. “Dime Novels,” entry in American History through Literature, 1820–1870 (Gale Publishing, 2005).
Erickson, Paul J. “George Lippard,” entry in Writers of the American Renaissance: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook (Greenwood Press, 2004).
Erickson, Paul J. “Readers and Writers,” in The Industrial Revolution: Perspectives in American Social History, ABC-CLIO, 2008.

Farland, Maria
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: The Mechanic and the Muse: Agricultural Science and Walt Whitman's 'Song of the Exposition' and Leaves of…
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Fordham University
Current position: Associate Professor of English, Fordham University
Recent publications:
Farland, Maria. “Gertrude Stein’s Brainwork,” American Literature 76, 1 (March 2004): 117-148.

Fullilove, Courtney
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship, 2011-2012
Fellowship topic: The Gift: Diplomatic Gift Giving and US Trade
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Wesleyan University
Current position: Assistant Professor of History at Wesleyan University
Recent publications:
Fullilove, Courtney. “The Price of Bread: The New York City Flour Riot and the Paradox of
Capitalist Food Systems.” Radical History Review issue on The Fictions of
Finance
118, Winter 2014.

Furstenberg, François
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2001-2002
Fellowship topic: Ideological Origins of American Nationalism, 1800-1984
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Johns Hopkins University
Current position: Associate Professor of History, University of Montreal
Recent publications:
Furstenberg, François. “Atlantic Slavery, Atlantic Freedom: George Washington‟s Library, Slavery, and Trans-Atlantic Abolitionist Networks,” William and Mary
Quarterly, 3d ser., 68 (April, 2011), 247-286.
Furstenberg, François. In the Name of the Father: Washington’s Legacy, Slavery, and the Making of a Nation. Penguin Press, 2006.
Furstenberg, François. “The Significance of the Trans-Appalachian Frontier in Atlantic History, c. 1754-1815,” The American Historical Review, 113:2 (June, 2008), 647-677

Ganter, Granville
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2002-2003
Fellowship topic: When America Meant North and South: 1816-1826
Affiliation at time of fellowship: St. John's University
Current position: Associate Professor of English, St. John’s University
Recent publications:
Ganter, Granville. The Collected Speeches of Sagoyewatha, or Red Jacket. Syracuse University Press, 2006.
Ganter, Granville. "Make Your Minds Perfectly Easy": Sagoyewatha and the Great Law of the Haudenosaunee." Early American Literature, 44.1, 2009.
Ganter, Granville with Hani Sarji, ‘May We Put Forth Our Leaves’: Rhetoric in the School Journal of Mary Ware Allen, a Student of Margaret Fuller’s from 1837-8. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 117.1 (2007): 61-142.

Gantt, Jonathan W.
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: The Meaning of Irish Terrorism in the Atlantic Community, 1865-1922
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of South Carolina
Current position:
Recent publications:

Gantt, Jonathan W. “Irish-American Terrorism and Anglo-American Relations, 1881-1885,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 5, 4 (October 2006): 325-359.
Gantt, Jonathan. Irish Terrorism in the Atlantic Community, 1865-1922. Palgrave Macmillan, June 2010.

Gary, David J.
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: Rufus King
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Graduate Center / City University of New York
Current position: Adjunct, Graduate School of Library and Information Science at CUNY-Queens College
Recent publications:

Greenberg, Joshua
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2001-2002
Fellowship topic: Advocating "the Man": Masculinity, Organized Labor, and the Market Revolution in NY, 1800-1840
Affiliation at time of fellowship: American University
Current position: Associate Professor of History, Bridgewater State University
Recent publications:
Greenberg, Joshua. Advocating the Man: Masculinity, Organized Labor, and the Household in New York, 1800-1840. Columbia University Press, 2008.

Haefeli, Evan
Nina Rosenwald Fellowship, 1999-2000
Fellowship topic: The Origins of American Religious Freedom: Churches and Politics in the Middle Colonies, 1609-1720
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Princeton University
Current position: Associate Professor of History, Columbia University
Recent publications:
Haefeli, Evan. Captive Histories: English, French, And Native Narratives of the 1704 Deerfield Raid. University of Massachusetts Press, 2006.
Haefeli, Evan. Captors and Captives: The 1704 French and Indian Raid on Deerfield. University of Massachusetts Press, 2003.
Haefeli, Evan. "A Scandalous Minister in a Divided Community: Ulster County in Leisler's Rebellion, 1689-1691." New York History, 88, pp. 357-90, 2007

Haselby, Sam
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2005-2006
Fellowship topic: "The Glorious State": The Origins of Protestant American Nationalism, 1782-1832
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Columbia University
Current position: Assistant Professor of History at the American University in Cairo
Recent publications:

Haulman, Catherine
Nina Rosenwald Fellowship, 1999-2000
Fellowship topic: National Fashions: The Politics of Dress in Late Eighteen-Century America
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Cornell University
Current position:
Recent publications:

Hemenway, Robin
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2001-2002
Fellowship topic: Unwanted Children?: The Colored Orphans' Asylum and the Racial Politics of Child Welfare in NY, 1870-1920
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Minnesota
Current position:
Recent publications:

Hemenway, Robin. “The Circle of ‘We’”: The Strange History of American Adoption.” American Quarterly 56, 1 (2004): 183-192.

Holm, April
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2010-2011
Fellowship topic: The Right to Violence: Assault Protection in New York, 1760-1840
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Columbia University
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, University of Mississippi
Recent publications:

Huyssen, David Nicholas
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2011-2012
Fellowship topic: Class Collisions: Wealth and Poverty in New York, 1890-1920
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Yale University
Current position:
Recent Publications:

Huyssen, David. "Frederick Douglass" and "William Lloyd Garrison" entries, Oxford University Press Encyclopedia of American History, (forthcoming)
Huyssen, David. "So Geithner Thinks He Has Problems?" History News Network, 9 Feb 2009.
Huyssen, David. " 'You Just Need To Talk To People': Organizing What's Left of the Model City," New Labor Forum, forthcoming, 2012.

Kirchner, Franziska
Peck Stacpoole Fellowship, 2003-2004
Fellowship topic: Antebellum Americans in Germany—Transfer of Cultural Knowledge
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Independent Scholar
Current position:
Recent publications:

Kirchner, Franziska. Der Central Park in New York und der Einfluß der deutschen Gartentheorie und -praxis auf seine Gestaltung (Central Park in New York and the influence of German garden theory and practice on its creation). Turtleback, 2002.

Klemek, Christopher
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2008-2009
Fellowship topic: Urbanism as Reform: Modernist Planning and the Crisis of Urban Liberalism in Europe and North America
Affiliation at time of fellowship: George Washington University
Current position: Associate Professor of History, George Washington University
Recent publications:
Klemek, Christopher. “Dead or Alive at 50? Reading Jane Jacobs on her Golden Anniversary,” Dissent (Spring 2011): 73-7
Klemek, Christopher. "The Rise and Fall of New Left Urbanism." Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 138, no. 2 (Spring 2009): 73-82.
Klemek, Christopher. The Transatlantic Collapse of Urban Renewal: Postwar Urbanism from New York to Berlin. University of Chicago, 2011.

Koot, Christian
Peck Stacpoole Fellowship, 2003-2004
Fellowship topic: In Pursuit of Profit: Persistent Dutch Infl. on the Inter-Imperial Trade of NY and the Lesser Antilles, 1621-1689
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Delaware
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, Towson University
Recent publications:
Koot, Christian. “A ‘Dangerous Principle’: Free Trade Discourses in Barbados and the English Leeward Islands, 1650-1689,” Early American Studies, 5, 1 (Spring 2007), 132-63.
Koot, Christian. Empire at the Periphery: British Colonists, Anglo-Dutch Trade, and the Development of the British Atlantic, 1621-1713. New York University Press, 2011.
Koot, Christian. “The Merchant, the Map, and Empire: Augustine Herrman’s Chesapeake and Interimperial Trade, 1644-1673,” William and Mary Quarterly, 62, 4 (October 2010), 603-44.

Lemmey, Karen
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship, 2010-2011
Fellowship topic: Henry Kirke Brown and the Development of Public Sculpture in New York 1846-1876
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Graduate Center / City University of New York
Current position: Curator of Sculpture, Smithsonian American Art Museum
Recent publications:

Levinson Wilk, Daniel
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2005-2006
Fellowship topic: Cliff Dwellers: Modern Service in New York City, 1800-1945
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Duke University
Current position: Associate Professor of American History, Fashion Institute of Technology
Recent publications:
Levinson Wilk, Daniel. "Rough Service at Sloppy Louie's," New-York Journal of American History. 67:1 (2008)
Levinson Wilk, Daniel. “Tales from the Elevator and Other Stories of Modern Service in New York City.” Enterprise & Society, Volume 7, no. 4, December 2006.

Lipman, Andrew
Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship, 2012-2013
Fellowship topic: The Saltwater Frontier: Indians and the Contest for the American Coast
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Assistant Professor of History, Syracuse University
Current Position: Assistant Professor of History, Syracuse University
Recent Publications:
Lipman, Andrew. “‘A meanes to knitt them togeather’: The Exchange of Body Parts in the Pequot War,” William and Mary Quarterly, 65.1 (January 2008): 3-28.
Lipman, Andrew. “Murder on the Saltwater Frontier: The Death of John Oldham,” Early American Studies, 9.2 (May 2011): 268-294.

Luskey, Brian
Peck Stacpoole Fellowship, 2003-2004
Fellowship topic: The Marginal Men: Clerks and the Meanings of Class in Antebellum America
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Emory University
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, West Virginia University
Recent publications:
Luskey, Brian. “The Ambiguities of Class in Antebellum America,” in Sean P. Adams, ed., A Companion to the Era of Andrew Jackson (Blackwell Publishing, forthcoming).
Luskey, Brian. On the Make: Clerks and the Quest for Capital in Nineteenth-Century America. New York University Press, 2010.
Luskey, Brian. “Special Marts: Intelligence Offices, Labor Commodification, and Emancipation in Nineteenth-Century America,” Journal of the Civil War Era (accepted for publication).

Martin, Robert W.T.
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2002-2003
Fellowship topic: The NY Democratic-Republican Societies and the Democratization of the American Public Sphere
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Hamilton College
Current position: Associate Professor of Government, Hamilton College
Recent publications:
Martin, Robert. Government by Dissent: Protest and Radical Democratic Thought in the Early American Republic . New York: New York University Press, 2013.
Martin, Robert. The Many Faces of Alexander Hamilton: The Life and Legacy of America's Most Elusive Founding Father. New York University Press, 2006.

McGraw, Charles Dean
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2002-2003
Fellowship topic: Every Nurse Is Not A Sister: Sex, Work and the Invention of the Spanish-American War Nurse
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Connecticut
Current position: Assistant Professor, History, the University of Tampa
Recent publications:
McGraw, Charles Dean. Bedside Manners: Work, Sexuality, and the Invention of the Spanish-American War Nurse. Manuscript in progress.

McMahon, Cian
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: The Irish and Race in Reconstruction New York
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Carnegie Mellon
Current position: Post Doctoral Scholar, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Recent publications:
McMahon, Cian. “Ireland and the Birth of the Irish-American Press, 1842-61,” American Periodicals: A Journal of History
and Criticism 19, 1 (2009).
McMahon, Cian. “Irish Free State Newspapers and the Abyssinian Crisis, 1935-6,” Irish Historical Studies 36, 143 (May 2009).
McMahon, Cian. The Irish World: Global Migration, National Identity, and the Popular Press, 1840 – 1880. Manuscript in progress.

McNeur, Catherine
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2012-2013
Fellowship topic: The "Swinish Multitude" and Fashionable Promenades: Battles over Public Space in New York City, 1815-1865
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Yale University
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, Portland State University
Recent publications:
McNeur, Catherine. “The ‘Swinish Multitude’: Controversies over Hogs in Antebellum New York City,” Journal of Urban History 37.5 (September 2011): 639-660.

Merkel, William G.
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2002-2003
Fellowship topic: Universal Liberty and African Slavery: A Re-Evaluation of Thomas Jefferson
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Oxford University
Current position: Associate Professor of Law, Charleston School of Law
Recent publications:
Merkel, William G. The District of Columbia v. Heller and Antonin Scalia's Perverse Sense of Originalism. Lewis & Clark Law Review, Vol. 13, No. 2, 2009
Merkel. William G. A Founding Father on Trial: Jefferson’s Rights Talk and the Problem of Slavery During the Revolutionary Period. 64 Rutgers Law Review 595 (2012).
H. Richard Uviller and William G. Merkel. The Militia and the Right to Arms, or, How the Second Amendment Fell Silent. Duke University Press, 2002.

Miller, Julie
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2006-2007
Fellowship Topic: Amelia Norman: Seduction and Crime in Nineteenth-Century New York
Affiliation at time of fellowship: History Department, Hunter College, City University of New York
Current position: Historian, Early America, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington DC
Recent publications:
Miller, Julie. Abandoned: Foundlings in Nineteenth-Century New York City. New York University Press, 2008.

Mishler, Max
Patricia and John Klingenstein Short-Term Fellow, 2013-2014
Fellowship Topic: Mishler’s work considers the intertwined reform currents of penal reform and abolitionism in early New York and will investigate the overlapping histories of the first state prison system (1796) and the gradual abolition of slavery (1799-1827).
Current position: PhD candidate in History at New York University

Moga, Steven
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow, 2013-2014
Fellowship topic: Lowlands Transformed: Natural Processes, Urban Systems, and Landscape Change Along Creeks and Streams in New York City.
Current position: Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow, The City Draper Program, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at New York University

Mongey, Vanessa
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2010-2011
Fellowship topic: Cosmopolitan Republics: The Gulf of Mexico, 1780s – 1830s.
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Pennsylvania
Current position: Post Doctoral Associate, Department of History, University of Pittsburgh
Recent publications:
Mongey, Vanessa. "A Tale of Two Brothers: Haiti’s Other Revolutions." The Americas 69: 1 (2012)
Mongey, Vanessa. “The pen and the sword: print in the revolutionary Caribbean,” in Empires du monde atlantique en révolution/Imperios del mundo atlantico en revolución. Paris: Perséides, 2013
Mongey, Vanessa.“Des Français indignes de ce nom': être et rester français en Louisiane (1803-1830)” [Disgraceful Frenchmen: being and staying French in Louisiana] in Etre et se revendiquer Français dans le monde atlantique. (XVIe-XIXe siècle) ed. Cécile Vidal. Paris: Editions EHESS, 2014

Mooney, Richard E.
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2001-2002
Fellowship topic: In Search of Nathan Hale
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Independent Scholar
Current position: Independent Scholar
Recent publications:

Muehlbauer, Matthew S.
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2002-2003
Fellowship topic: A Reconsideration of American Indian Warfare in the Colonial Era
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Temple University
Current position: Visiting Assistant Professor at Manhattan College
Recent publications:
Muehlbauer, Matthew S. “‘They… shall no more be called Peaquots but Narragansetts and Mohegans:’ Refugees, Rivalry, and the Consequences of the Pequot War,” War & Society 30 (October 2011): 167-76.

Muller, Jennifer Silvia
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: Employment and Promotion Patterns Among Lancastrian Monitorial System Teachers in NYC, 1808-1842
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Rutgers University
Current position: Curriculum Developer and Instructor, Center for Online & Hybrid Learning and Instructional Technology, Rutgers University
Recent publications:

Norwood, Dael A.
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2012-2013
Fellowship topic: The Politics of the American China Trade, c.1784-1862
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Princeton University
Current position: Cassius Marcellus Clay Postdoctoral Associate, Department of History, Yale University
Recent publications:
On-air historical consultant, “Sufferings in Africa,” Mysteries at the Museum, TV program, Travel Channel, November 2013, http://www.travelchannel.com/video/sufferings-in-africa

Ott, Julia
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2001-2002
Fellowship topic: Early National and Antebellum Commercial Culture in New York City
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Yale University
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, Eugene Lang College / New School University
Recent publications:
Ott, Julia. “‘The Free and Open People’s Market’: Political Ideology and Retail Brokerage at the New York Stock Exchange, 1913-1933,” Journal of American History vol. 96 no. 1 (June 2009): 44-71.
Ott, Julia. When Wall Street Met Main Street, 1890-1932. Harvard University Press, 2011.

Page, Max
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2001-2002
Fellowship topic: Destroying New York: A History of Fantasies and Premonitions
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Massachusetts / Amherst
Current position: Professor of History, University of Massachusetts / Amherst
Recent publications:
Page, Max. The City's End: Two Centuries of Fantasies, Fears, and Premonitions of New York's Destruction. Yale University Press, 2010.
Page, Max. The Creative Destruction of Manhattan, 1900-1940. University of Chicago Press, 2001.

Riley, Padraig
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: Northern Democrats & Southern Slaveholders: Jeffersonian Democracy Reconsidered
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of California / Berkeley
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, Dalhousie University
Recent publications:
Riley, Padraig “Jeffersonian Democracy” in Encyclopedia of United States Political History (CQ Press, 2010)
Riley, Padraig. “Slavery and the Problem of Democracy in Jeffersonian American,” in Matthew Mason and John Craig Hammond, eds., Contesting Slavery: The Politics of Slavery in the New American Nation, University of Virginia Press, 2011.

Russek, Audrey S.
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: Cultural History of the Restaurant Industry
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Texas / Austin
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, Gustavus Adolphus College
Recent publications:
Russek, Audrey. “‘So Many Useful Women’: The Pseudonymous Poetry of Marjorie Allen Seiffert, 1916-1938,” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 28, 1 (September 2009).

Sandoval-Strausz, Andrew
Nina Rosenwald Fellowship, 1999-2000
Fellowship topic: For the Accommodation of Strangers: Liberalism, Space and Hotel Life in Nineteenth-Century America
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Chicago
Current position: Associate Professor of History, University of New Mexico
Recent publications:
Sandoval-Strausz, A.K. Hotel: An American History. Yale University Press, 2007.
Sandoval-Strausz, Andrew. "Latino Vernaculars and the Future of the American Landscape," Buildings & Landscapes 21 (2013)
Sandoval-Strausz, Andrew. "Spaces of Commerce: A Historiographic Introduction to Certain Architectures of Capitalism," Winterthur Portfolio 44 (2010)

Schaffzin, Eliezra
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2001-2002
Fellowship topic: The Phineus Masters Academy for Girls
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Harvard University
Current position: Novelist
Recent publications:

Singleton, Theresa
Peck Stacpoole Fellowship, 2003-2004
Fellowship topic: Coffee in Cuba’s Plantation Economy, 1800-1860
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Syracuse University
Current position: Associate Professor of Anthropology, Syracuse University
Recent publications:
Singleton, Theresa. “African Diaspora Archaeology in Dialogue.” In Afro-Atlantic Dialogues: Anthropology in the Diaspora. Ed. Kevin A. Yelvington, Santa Fe, New Mexico: School of American Research Seminar Series, 2006
Singleton, Theresa. “An archaeological study of slavery on a Cuban coffee plantation” In Dialogues in Cuban Archaeology. Eds. G.La Rosa Corzo, A. Curet, And S. L. Dawdy. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2005.
Singleton, Theresa. Investigando la vida del esclavo en el cafetal del Padre Gabinete de Arqueología Boletín no. 4, año 4, 2005, Havana, Cuba.

Stagg, Allison
Patricia D. Klingenstein Fellowship, 2007-2008
Fellowship topic: American Political Caricatures
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University College London
Current position:
Recent publications:

Stein, Jordan Alexander
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship, 2011-2012
Fellowship topic: The People Are Clarissa: Novelizations of Print, Sexuality, and Character in the Protestant Atlantic
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Colorado / Boulder
Current position: Postdoctoral teaching fellow, Fordham University, Department of English
Recent publications:
Stein, Jordan Alexander. “Archive Favor: African American Literature Before and After Theory,” Theory Aside: Inquiries After the Hypercanonization of Theory, ed. Jason Potts and Daniel Stout (Duke University Press, forthcoming).
Stein, Jordan Alexander. “Charles Brockden Brown and Sexuality,” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown, ed. Philip Barnard and Stephen Shapiro (Oxford University Press, 2013): forthcoming.
Stein, Jordan Alexander. The People Are Clarissa: Mediating Character in the Protestant Atlantic. In progress.

Stein, Joshua Michelangelo
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2009-2010
Fellowship topic: The Right to Violence: Assault Prosecution in New York City, 1760-1840
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of California / Los Angeles
Current position: Law student at Yale
Recent publications:
Stein, Joshua. Privatizing Violence: A Transformation in the Jurisprudence of Assault. Law and History Review / Volume 30 / Issue 02 / May 2012, pp 423-448


Trask, Jeffrey
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship, 2010-2011
Fellowship topic: ‘American Things:’ The Cultural Value of Decorative Arts in the Modern Museum, 1905-1931
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Columbia University
Current position: Georgia State University, Assistant Professor of History
Recent publications:
Trask, Jeffrey. Things American: Art Museums and Civic Culture in the Progressive Era. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012.

Truglio Haverty-Stacke, Donna
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2001-2002
Fellowship topic: May Day in America, 1870-1945
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Cornell University
Current position: History Department, Hunter College
Recent publications:
Truglio Haverty-Stacke, Donna. America's Forgotten Holiday: May Day and Nationalism, 1867-1960. New York: New York University Press 2008.
Truglio Haverty-Stacke, Donna. "Creative Opposition to Radical America: 1920s Anti-May Day Demonstrations," Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas Volume 4: Issue 3 (Fall 2007): 59-80.
Truglio Haverty-Stacke, Donna. Rethinking U.S. Labor History: Essays on the Working-Class Experience, 1756 - 2009, co-editor with Daniel J. Walkowitz. The Continuum International Publishing Group, 2010.

Vandome, Robin
Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship, 2012-2013
Fellowship topic: The Romance of Knowledge: American Endeavours in the Natural Sciences, 1850-1900
Affiliation at time of fellowship: University of Nottingham, UK
Current position: Lecturer, American Intellectual History, University of Nottingham, UK
Recent publications:
Vandome, Robin. “The advancement of science: James McKeen Cattell and the Networks of Knowledge and Esteem, 1894-1915.” American Periodicals. In Press, 2013.
Vandome, Robin, with John Fagg and Matthew Pethers, “Introduction: Networks and the Nineteenth-Century Periodical.” American Periodicals. In Press, 2013.

Vaughn, Chris
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2001-2002
Fellowship topic: Imperial Subjects: U.S. Media and the Philippines
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Rutgers University
Current position:
Recent publications:

Waterman, Bryan
Nina Rosenwald Fellowship, 1999-2000
Fellowship topic: Industries of Knowledge: The Friendly Club and the Making of Early American Intellectual Culture
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Boston University
Current position: Associate Professor of English, New York University
Recent publications:
Waterman, Bryan. The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of New York, ed. w/ Cyrus R.K. Patell. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Waterman, Bryan. Republic of Intellect: The Friendly Club of New York City and the Making of American Literature. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007.
Waterman, Bryan, ed. Charles Brockden Brown’s Wieland Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist. New York: W.W. Norton, 2011

White, Timothy
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellowship, 2008-2009
Fellowship topic: New York City: Culture Capital
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Yeshiva University
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, New Jersey City University
Recent publications:
White, Timothy. Blue-Collar Broadway: The Craft and Industry of American Theater, a book forthcoming from the University of Pennsylvania Press.
White, Timothy. “Casting Light on New York City Nights”, a 10-page Review Essay for The Journal of Urban History, Jan. 2010.
White, Timothy. "Costume Businesses in 20th Century Theatre, Film, & Television," an essay for Performing Arts Resources VOL. 27, published by the Theatre Library Association, 2010.

Wilder, Craig Steven
Nina Rosenwald Fellowship, 1999-2000
Fellowship topic: In the Company of Black Men: The African Societies of the City of New York, 1706-1945
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Williams College
Current position: Professor of History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Recent publications:
Wilder, Craig. A Covenant with Color: Race and Social Power in Brooklyn. Columbia University Press, 2000.
Wilder, Craig. Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of American Colleges. New York: Bloomsbury, 2013.
Wilder, Craig. In The Company Of Black Men: The African Influence on African American Culture in New York City. New York University Press, 2001.

Williams, Diana Irene
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2002-2003
Fellowship topic: They Call It Marriage: Interracial Families in Post-Emancipation Louisiana
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Harvard University
Current position: Assistant Professor of History, Law, and Gender Studies, University of Southern California
Recent publications:
Williams, Diana Irene. “They Call it Marriage”: Race, Gender, Families and the Law before Plessy v. Ferguson. Manuscript in progress.

Williams, Mason
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Fellow, 2013-2014
Fellowship topic: New York City and the Making of the American Establishment
Current position:

Yablon, Nick
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow, 2013-2014
Fellowship topic: "From the Sky Scraper to the Wild Flower”: Charles Gilbert Hine’s Walk Up Broadway
Current position: Associate Professor, Department of American Studies, University of Iowa

Zabin, Serena
Nina Rosenwald Fellowship, 1999-2000
Fellowship topic: Places of Exchange: Race Gender, and New York City, 1700-1765
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Rutgers University
Gladys Krieble Delmas Fellowship, 2001-2002
Fellowship topic: Places of Exchange: New York City in the First British Empire
Affiliation at time of fellowship: Carleton College
Current position: Associate Professor of History, Carleton College
Recent publications:
Zabin, Serena. Dangerous Economies: Status and Commerce in Imperial New York. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009.
Zabin, Serena. The New York Conspiracy Trials of 1741: Daniel Hormanden’s ‘Journal of the Proceedings.’ Bedford Books of St. Martin’s Press, 2004
Zabin, Serena. “Women’s Trading Networks and Dangerous Economies in British New York City,” Early American Studies, 4.2, Fall, 2006.

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