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Previous Winners—Graduate Travel to Research Collections

2016-2017 Winners

Layli Miron, for research at the National Bahai Archives in Wilmette, IL

Lisa McGunigal, for research at the Massachusetts Historical Society


2015-2016 Winners

Justin Mellette, for research at the Special Collections Research Center at Syracuse University


2014-2015 Winners

Jay Miller, for research at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Bethany Ober Mannon, for research at the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library

Erica Stevens, for research at Tulane University’s Louisiana Research Collection

Susan Weeber, for research at Columbia University's Rare Book and Manuscript Library Collections


2013-2014 Winners

Krista Quesenberry, for research at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University


2011-2012 Winners

Abe Foley, for research at the Stanford University Special Collections

Sara Marzioli, for research at the Ralph Ellison Papers at the Library of Congress

Melissa Slocum, for research on the Carlisle Indian Boarding School in Carlisle, PA 


2009-2010 Winners

Robert Volpicelli, for research on Marianne Moore at the Rosenbach Museum in Philadelphia, PA

*resulting in the article “Against Things: the At-Home Objects of Marianne Moore,” forthcoming in Twentieth-Century Literature

Daniel Radus, for research on American Indian print culture


2008-2009 Winners

Geffrey Davis, for research on Edna St. Vincent Millay at the University of Virginia

Michelle Smith, for research on Frances Wright in Tennessee

Lynn Feeley, for research on Theodore Winthrop at the Library Company of Philadelphia

Jesse Hicks, for research on Charles Whitman at the Austin History Center

Emily Sharpe, for research on Salaria Kee at the Library of Congress


2007-2008 Award Winners

Dustin Kennedy, for research on Melville's Israel Potter at the Newberry Library

Gregory Pierrot, for research on Marcus Rainsford at the Library of Congress

*resulting in the article: Pierrot, Gregory. "'Our Hero': Toussaint Louverture in British Representations." Criticism 50.4 (Fall) 2008.