2008 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 2008 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 2008 Southern Studies Visiting Scholars Grant recipients are:
2008 Joel Williamson Visiting Scholar Grants
- Carole Emberton, Assistant Professor of History at University at Buffalo.
"Between the Law and the Lash: Race, Violence, and American Citizenship in the Age of Slave Emancipation"
2008 Guion Griffis Johnson Visiting Scholar Grant
- Mary-Lou Breitborde, Ed.D, Associate Dean of Education at Salem State College.
"Laura M. Towne of St. Helena Island"
2008 J. Carlyle Sitterson Visiting Scholar Grant
- Laura Ewen Blokker, Independent Scholar and Preservationist.
"Master Builder, Last Name Unknown: The Legacy of African American Craftsmen in Creole Louisiana, 1750-1850"
- Bart Dredge, Associate Professor of Sociology at Austin College.
"Social Reform and Industrial Adversaries in North Carolina: Harriet Herring's Confrontations with David Clark of the Southern Textile Bulletin"
2008 John Eugene and Barbara Hilton Cay Visiting Scholar Grant
- Erica A. Bruchko, PhD candidate in History at Emory University.
"Slave Traffick: The Informal Economy, the Law and the Social Order of South Carolina Cotton Country"
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