Historical News and Notices

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Historical News and Notices


THE ASSOCIATION

Vice President Jacquelyn Dowd Hall has appointed the following to serve on the Membership Committee for 2002: Marjorie Julian Spruill, University of Southern Mississippi, chair; Bruce Baker, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (graduate student); Kenneth Barnes, University of Central Arkansas; Carol R. Berkin, Graduate Center, City University of New York; Emily S. Bingham, Louisville, Kentucky; Carlos K. Blanton, Texas A&M University; Beverly G. Bond, University of Memphis; Angela Boswell, Henderson State University; David Brown, University College Northampton (UK); Vernon Burton, University of Illinois; Anthony G. Carey, Auburn University; Ann S. Chirhart, Indiana State University; Catherine Clinton, Greenwich, Conn.; Theron Corse, Fayetteville State University; Martin Crawford, Keele University (UK); Enrico Dal Lago, National University of Ireland, Galway; Dernoral Davis, Jackson State University; Susanna Delfino, University of Genoa; Glenn T. Eskew, Georgia State University; Glenn Feldman, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Cynthia Fleming, University of Tennessee; Catherine Fosl, Commonwealth Humanities Center (Ky.); Craig Thompson Friend, University of Central Florida; Judith F. Gentry, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; David Godshalk, Shippensburg University; Laurie B. Green, University of Texas at Austin; Sally E. Hadden, Florida State University; Grace E. Hale, University of Virginia; Sharon Harley, University of Maryland; Timothy J. Henderson, Auburn University, Montgomery; John Hennen, Morehead State University; Warren R. Hofstra, Shenandoah University; Michael Honey, University of Washington, Tacoma; Lloyd Johnson, Campbell University; Lu Ann Jones, East Carolina University; Brian Kelly, Queens University, Belfast; Wilma King, University of Missouri at Columbia; Robert Korstad, Duke University; James C. Lanier, Rhodes College; Karen T. Leathem, Atlanta History Center; Jean Lee, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Alex Lichtenstein, Florida International University; Peter McCandless, University of Charleston; Jennifer Davis McDaid, State Library of Virginia; Christopher Morris, University of Texas at Arlington; Diane Batts Morrow, University of Georgia; Kathryn Nasstrom, University of San Francisco; Robert J. Norrell, University of Tennessee; Gail W. O'Brien, North Carolina State University; Gregory O'Brien, University of Southern Mississippi; Susan E. O'Donovan, Harvard University; John Oldfield, University of Southampton (UK); Bruce A. Ragsdale, Federal Judicial Center; Daina L. Ramey, Michigan State University; Jennifer L. Ritterhouse, Utah State University; Kathleen Roberts, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (graduate student); Hannah Rosen, University of Michigan; Anastatia Sims, Georgia Southern University; Sheila Skemp, University of Mississippi; Mitchell Snay, Denison University; J. Douglas Smith, Occidental College; Jewel L. Spangler, University of Calgary; Patricia Sullivan, Harvard University; Rosalyn Terborg-Penn, Morgan State University; Melissa Walker, Converse College; Trent A. Watts, James Madison University; LeeAnn Whites, University of Missouri at Columbia.

ANNOUNCEMENTS AND ACTIVITIES

The Filson Historical Society offers four awards for articles published in the Filson History Quarterly: one annual award ($750) and three triennial awards ($1,000). The annual Otto A. Rothert Award is for the best article published in each volume of the Quarterly. The triennial Rogers Clark Ballard

Thruston Award is for the best article dealing with the era prior to the Civil War. The triennial C. Vann Woodward Award is for the best article on the era from the Civil War through the late nineteenth century (1861-1900). The triennial Harriette Simpson Arnow Award is for the best article dealing with the period from 1900 through the present. Triennial awards will be conferred only if the selection committee decides that an article of sufficient merit has been published. …

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