This spring six History Department PhD candidates received several different distinguished fellowships from Fordham’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. These include:
Jordyn May received the Alumni Dissertation Fellowship for the completion of her dissertation entitled ““‘A campaign so splendid could not fail’: Reexamining the Woman Suffrage Movement through Interrelationships between the Eastern and Western Branches”.
W. Tanner Smoot received the Research Fellowship for his dissertation research. Tanner also received the Mary Magdalene Impact Fellowship.
Benjamin Bertrand and Christie Olek both received a Senior Teaching Fellowship.
Frances Eshleman and Douglass Hamilton both received a Summer Research Fellowship.
Congratulations to you all!
For more on these distinguished fellowships see: GSAS Distinguished Fellowships.
Dr Robb Haberman, Lecturer in the History Department, has been awarded two research fellowships for the summer: The New York State Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship at the American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati in Washington, D.C, and the American Revolution Fellowship at the American Philosophical Society Library & Museum in Philadelphia.
In addition, Dr Haberman will be presenting “The Revolutionary War Memorialist as Editor: the Memoir of James Selkirk” at the annual meeting of the Association for Documentary Editing which will be held in June in Washington, D.C.
Congratulations Dr. Haberman!