J. Franklin Jameson Fellowship Recipients

The J. Franklin Jameson Fellowship in American History is sponsored jointly by the AHA and Library of Congress. It is awarded annually to support significant scholarly research in the library collections by scholars at an early stage of their careers.

2013

Dr. Kevin Y. Kim, Diplomacies of Dissent: Henry Wallace, Herbert Hoover, and Cold War America's Rise in the World

2012

Dr. Katherine Unterman, Nowhere to Hide: American Fugitives and International Power, 1880-1930

2011

Dr. Susan V. Spellman, Cornering the Market: Independent Grocers and Innovation in American Small Business, 1860-1940

2010

Dr. Ibram Rogers, Diversity Demanded: A Narrative of the Black Campus Movement, 1965-1972

2009

Mr. Jason M. Stahl, Selling Conservatism: Think Tanks, Conservative Ideology, and the Undermining of Liberalism, 1945-Present

2008

Mr. Peter S Leavenworth, Accounting for Taste: The Early American Music Business and Secularization in Music Aesthetics, 1720-1825

2007

Dr. Rachel E. Bohlmann, Drunken Husbands, Drunken State: The Woman's Christian Temperance Union's Challenge to American Families and Public Communities in Chicago, 1874-1920

2006

Dr. Lisa M. Tetrault, The Memory of a Movement: Woman Suffrage and Reconstruction America, 1865-1890

2005

Mr. Chad Alan Goldberg, Social Policy Innovations and Political Struggles over Citizenship from the Late 19th Century to the 1990s

2004

Dr. Christopher Capozzola, Uncle Sam Wants You: Political Obligations in World War I America

2003

Dr. Carolyn Eastman, The Making of a Gendered American Public in the Years after the Revolution

2002

Dr. Jason Loviglio, The Intimate Public: Network Radio and Mass-Mediated Democracy, 1932-1947

2001

Jeremy Bonner, Changing Role of American Religion in the Public Sphere during the 20th Century

2000

Dr. Joanne B. Freeman, The Field of Honor: Dueling, Honor, and the American National Character

1999

Dr. Michaela M. Hoenicke Moore, Know Your Enemy: American Interpretations of Socialism

1997

Dr. Scott A. Sandage, Defeats and Dreams: A Cultural History of Failure in 19th-Century America

1996

Dr. Karen Ward Mahar, Women, Filmmaking, and the Gendering of the American Film Industry, 1896-1928

1995

Dr. Lynda Hill, Uncommon Denominators of Mass Observation and the WPA Federal Writers' Project

1994

Dr. Mia E. Bay, Daniel Alexander Payne Murry: African-American Bibliographer

1993

Dr. Gail S. Terry, Family Empires: A Frontier Elite in Virginia and Kentucky, 1740-1815

1992

Dr. David M. Sheinin, The United States and the Early Development of the Pan American Union, 1900-1940

1991

Dr. Ellen Eslinger, The Great Revival in Bourbon County, Kentucky

1990

Dr. Michael A. Morrison, The Eclipse of Manifest Destiny: Territorial Expansion and the Disruption of the Jacksonian Political System

1989

Dr. Carole McCann, Race, Class, and Gender in U.S. Birth Control Politics, 1920-1945

1988

Dr. Sybil Lipschultz, Politics of Equality: Women's Labor Laws, Feminism, and the Supreme Court in the 1920s

1987

Mr. Michael R. Hyman, Dissent in the Post-Reconstruction South

1986

Dr. Lori Ginzberg, Women and Benevolence in the 19th-Century U.S.

1985

Dr. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, Righteous Discontent: The Woman's Movement in The Black Baptist Church, 1880-1930

1984

Dr. Rosemarie Zagarri, The Emergence of the Extensive Republic: Representation in the United States, 1976-1812

1983

Mr. Morey D. Rothberg, A Biography of J. Franklin Jameson

1982

Dr. Elisabeth Griffith, The Equal Rights Amendment: 1913-82

1981

Dr. Priscilla M. Roberts, American "Eastern Establishment" and World War II: The Emergence of a Foreign Policy Tradition

1980

Dr. Margaret Susan Thompson, Congress and Lobbying in the Age of Grant

1979

Dr. Fred Stielow, Role and Emergence of Resorts in the Late 19th-Century South

1978

Dr. Paul Finkelman, Legal and Political History of Slave Legislation in the U.S.

1977

Dr. J.C.A. Stagg, Political Aspects of the War of 1812