2007 SOUTHERN STUDIES VISITING SCHOLARS GRANT RECIPIENTS
The Southern Historical Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2007 Southern Studies Visiting Scholars Grants. The Southern Historical Collection offers these awards to individuals who plan to use the collections for a major research project, including dissertations, theses, articles, and monographs.
The 2007 Southern Studies Visiting Scholars Grant recipients are:
2007 Joel Williamson Visiting Scholar Grants
- Andrew Kahrl, PhD candidate in History at Indiana University
"Wade-in the Water: African American Leisure along Southern Waterway, 1900-1965"
- Jason Morgan Ward, PhD candidate in History at Yale University
"Saving Segregation: The Roots of Massive Resistance, 1938-1954"
2007 Guion Griffis Johnson Visiting Scholar Grant
- Margaret Freeman, PhD candidate in American Studies at the College of William and Mary
"To Seek the Good, the True, and the Beautiful: Sororities, Social Spaces, and the Teaching of Southern Womanhood, 1920-1970"
2007 J. Carlyle Sitterson Visiting Scholar Grant
- Erica Whittington, PhD candidate in History at the University of Texas Austin
"From the Campus to the Globe: Internationalism and American Postwar Student Activism, 1945-1960"
2007 John Eugene and Barbara Hilton Cay Visiting Scholar Grant
- Kerry Cohen, MA candidate in History at the Florida State University
"The Education of a 'Learned Wife': Discovering the Reading Practices of Southern Women during the Rise of the United States"
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