2004 SOUTHERN STUDIES VISITING SCHOLARS GRANT RECIPIENTS
The Manuscripts Department of the Academic Affairs Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2004 Southern Studies Visiting Scholars Grants. This marks the fourth year that the Manuscripts Department has offered funding to individuals who plan to use its collections for a major research project, including dissertations, theses, articles, and monographs.
The 2004 Southern Studies Visiting Scholars Grant recipients are:
2004 Joel Williamson Visiting Scholar Grant
Angela Pulley Hudson, PhD Candidate, American Studies, Yale University
"Reading Between the Lines: Indians, Slaves, and Surveyors in the Alabama Borderlands, 1790s-1820s"
2004 Guion Griffis Johnson Visiting Scholar Grant
Niera Marshall, PhD Candidate, African Diaspora History, Indiana University
"Female Fugitives: Enslaved Women's Resistance in the Lowcountry, 1820-1860"
2004 J. Carlyle Sitterson Visiting Scholar Grant
Judkin J. Browning, PhD Candidate, History, University of Georgia
"Wearing the Mask of Nationality Lightly: Forging New Identities in Occupied Eastern North Carolina During the Civil War"
2004 John Eugene and Barbara Hilton Cay Visiting Scholar Grant
Sarah E. Gardner, Associate Professor, History, Mercer University
"Reviewing the South: The Politics of Southern Literature and Northern Reviews, 1920-1950"