History graduate students honored at reception
Mon, May 15, 2006
Lathrop Prize for best dissertation: Clint Starr, "Bohemian Resonance: The Beat Generation and Urban Counterculture in the United States during the Late 1950s and Early 1960s"
Perry Prize for best MA Report (and the Graduate School's Outstanding Thesis/ Report Award): Cristina Salinas, "A Border in the Making: The INS and Agricultural Relations in South Texas During the Mid-Twentieth Century"
Perry Prize for best Master's Thesis: Suphan Kirmizalitan
Estep Prize for best seminar paper in Latin American History: Josh Clark, "The Regime Had no Clothes: A State-Centered Look at 1950s Cuba"
Carlos E. Castaneda Scholarship for pre-dissertation travel: Claudia Carretta-Beltran and Matt Gildner
Following is a list of students who received fellowships, awards, or other honors worthy of recognition: strong>
Lauren Apter: Academic Year FLAS for advanced Hebrew; membership in the National History Center's Decolonization Seminar this summer in Washington, DC.
Marian Barber: Ann Schumacher Adkins Scholarship in German-Texas History; Clara Driscoll Scholarship for Research in Texas History; Texas Sesquicentennial Fellowship in Texas History. Marian was also elected to the Friar Society.
Emily Berquist: John Brockway Foundation Fellowship for short-term research at the Huntington Library.
Lissa Bollettino: African American Studies Fellowship from the Massachusetts Historical Society; Research Fellowship from The David Library of the American Revolution; Robert L. Middlekauff Fellowship at the Huntington Library; Jacob M. Price Visiting Research Fellowship for the William L. Clements Library; William S. Livingston University Fellowship.
Takarra Brunson: Summer FLAS to study Portuguese.
Claudia Carretta-Beltran: E.D. Farmer Fellowship.
Byron Crites: Arthur H. Cole Economic History Research Grant; Alfred D. Chandler Business History Travel Grant.
Jesse Cromwell: Summer FLAS to study Portuguese.
Bill Epps: History Department Fellowship.
Sara Fanning: John D. Curtis Endowed Graduate Fellowship in American History.
Tyler Fleming: extension on his Fulbright to South Africa.
Shennette Garrett: Ford Foundation Diversity Predoctoral Fellowship.
Meredith Glueck: Fulbright to Brazil.
Matt Heaton: History Department Fellowship.
Hanan Hammad: offered both a US Fulbright and the Fulbright-Hays for Egypt.
Bonar Hernandez: published historiographical essay, "La Historia de Guatemala en sus libros," in the journal, Istor.
Adrian Howkins: American Meteorological Society Graduate Fellowship in the History of Science; membership to the National History Center's Decolonization Seminar this summer in Washington, DC.
Jen Hoyt: Tinker Field Research Grant to travel to Argentina this summer.
Shereen Ilahi: Glenn Morris Rodgers Fellowship in Australian or British Rim History.
Brian Mann: Academic Year FLAS for Persian; Summer FLAS for Persian; fellowship from the American Institute of Iranian Studies for "Persian Language Study in Tehran."
Roger Martinez: History Department Fellowship.
Veronica Martinez Matsuda: fellowship with Rhodes College in Memphis, TN, for a one-year appointment as the "William Randolph Hearst Fellow in the Department of History."
Pablo Mijangos: History Department Fellowship.
Cheasty Miller: Summer FLAS to study Portuguese.
Ben Narvaez: awarded both a Fulbright to Peru and a University Continuing Fellowship.
Alberto Ortiz: Teresa Lozano Long Travel Scholarship to study in the Dominican Republic for the Spring Semester, 2007.
Margaret Peacock: tuition fellowship from the Graduate School; Gardner F. Marston Endowed Fellowship in History.
Heather Peterson: History Department Fellowship.
Lilia Rosas: Dissertation Fellowship in Texas or Southwestern History.
Matt Thrond: Alice Drysdale Sheffield Dissertation Fellowship in European History.
Ken Ward: History Department Fellowship.
Erica Whittington: Mastin Gentry White Fellowship in Southern History. Erica just completed a year as co-chair of the Graduate Student Assembly and is currently representing graduate students on the search committee for a new dean of Liberal Arts.
Jackie Zahn: Council for European Studies Fellowship, Portuguese Ministry of Culture/National Archive Research Grant; International Education Fee Scholarship.
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