2010 SOUTHERN STUDIES VISITING SCHOLARS GRANTS
The Visiting Scholars Grant Program supports scholarly research in the Southern Historical Collection and was made possible through the generous endowments of our donors. In 2010, the SHC awarded seven visiting scholar grants to faculty and graduate students at universities across the country.
John Eugene and Barbara Hilton Cay Visiting Scholar Grant
- Gina Caison, PhD candidate at the University of California, Davis
Project Title: "Changing Histories: Outdoor Drama in the Native South"
Guion Griffis Johnson Visiting Scholar Grant
- Kathleen Adams, PhD (2010) from the University of California, Riverside
Project Title: "The Kate Baldwin Free Kindergartens of Savannah"
Parker-Dooley University of North Carolina System Visiting Scholar Grant
- Derek H. Alderman, associate professor of geography at East Carolina University
Project Title: "The Andy Griffith Show: Mayberry as Working Class Utopia"
- Dwana Waugh, PhD candidate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Project Title: "From Forgotten to Remembered: The Long Process of Desegregation in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and Prince Edward County, Virginia"
J. Carlyle Sitterson Visiting Scholar Grant
- Michael D. Thompson, assistant professor of history at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Project Title: "Working on the Dock of the Bay: Labor and Life along Charleston's Waterfront. 1783-1861"
Joel Williamson Visiting Scholar Grants
- Melissa Lambert Milewski, PhD candidate at New York University
Project Title: "From Slave to Litigant: African Americans in Court in the Post-War South, 1865-1920"
Matthew P. Spooner, PhD candidate at Columbia University
Project Title: "Origins of the Old South: The Reconstruction of Southern Slavery, 1778-1812"
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