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2021-2022 External Awards and Publications

Jonathan Carroll. Article. “Courage Under Fire: Re-evaluating Black Hawk Down and the Battle of Mogadishu,” War in History (published online September 6, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1177/09683445211042909

Kendall Cosley. Internship. U.S. Army Center for Military History (second year)

Gabrielle Lyle. Internship. Texas A&M University Press

Bradford Morith, Travel to Conference Grant, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University, 2021

Lawrence Nelson. General Lemuel C. Shepherd Jr. Residential Fellowship. United States Marine Corps (second year)

Ross Phillips. Two-Year Residential Fellowship. Marine Corps History Division (second year)

 

2020-2021 External Awards and Publications

Raymond Bachelor, Dissertation Fellowship, McNeil Center for Early American Studies, University of Pennsylvania ($25,000)

 Kendall Cosley. Internship. U.S. Army Center for Military History

Tiffany Gonzalez. Postdoctoral Fellowship. Tulane University

Manny Grajales, Dissertation Fellowship, Louisville Institute ($25,000)

Christina Lake. Capital Area Community Leader. Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations

Shane Makowicki. Southern Studies Dissertation Research Fellowship, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Brad Morith. DAAD Dissertation Fellowship. University of Berlin

Lawrence Nelson. General Lemuel C. Shepherd Jr. Residential Fellowship, United States Marine Corps

Ross Phillips. Two-Year Residential Fellowship. Marine Corps History Division

Collin Rohrbaugh. Internship. Washington-on-the-Brazos State of Texas Historic Site

Ashley Vance. Career Diversity Fellowship. College of Liberal Arts

Ashley Vance.  Internship. Texas A&M University Press

Erika Weidemann. Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. Department of Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency Historian in Residence (full year)

 

2019-2020 External Awards and Publications

Ryan Abt. Research Fellowship. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, TAMU ($2,000)

Andrew Brown. Career Diversity Fellowship. American Historical Association

Andrew Brown.  Research Internship. Department of State, Office of the Historian, Washington, DC

Jonathan Carroll. Article. Relying on the Goodwill of the Individual, and Luck: The Problematic Nature of Utilizing the Army Reserve Skills Base in the Single Force Concept,” The Defense Forces Review 16 (December 2019): 30-41

Jonathan Carroll.  Article. “Conceptually Ambitious, Hardly Novel, and Currently Failing: The Irish Army Reserve in the Single Force Concept,” The Journal of Military History and Defense Studies 1 (February 2020): 193-252

­­­ Jonathan Carroll.  Research Grant. Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, George H. W. Bush School of Public Service ($1,000)

Jonathan Carroll.  Cushing-Glasscock Graduate Humanities Research Award. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research ($2,000)

Kendall Cosley. Research Grant. Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, George H. W. Bush School of Public Service ($1,000)

Shane Makowicki. Research Fellowship. New Center for Civil War History, University of Virginia

Shane Makowicki and Joseph A. Beard. Book. The Lincoln Assassination Staff Guide (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Army Center of Military History, 2020)

Raymond Mitchell. Article. “Nellie Doom,” Handbook of Texas Women, Texas State Historical Association

Bradford Morith. Dissertation Research Grant. DAAD, eleven months to the Freie Universitaet in Berlin

Bradford Morith. Article. “Lottie Deno,” Handbook of Texas, Texas State Historical Society

Tanner Ogle. Article. “Republicans Resurrected: Memories of the English Civil War and Peaceful Transatlantic Resistance in the Beginning of the American Revolution,” The Journal of Religious History, Literature, and Culture 6 (June 2020): 50-70

Michael Rangel. Cushing-Glasscock Graduate Humanities Research Award. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research ($2,000)

Collin Rohrbaugh. Research Grant. Phillips Fund, American Philosophical Society ($3,195.22)

Collin Rohrbaugh.  Diversity Programming Grant. Native American Heritage Month, Glasscock Center for Humanities Research ($500)

Ian Seavey. Research Grant. Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, George H. W. Bush School of Public Service ($1,000)

Ian Seavey.  Article. “Hurricanes and Hegemony: A Study of American Imperialism in Puerto Rico, 1898-1940” FCH Annals: Journal of the Florida Conference of Historians 26 (June 2020): 77-88

­­Ian Seavey.  Project Report. Brown, Stephanie,  Carol Goldsmith, Lisa Halperin, Ian Seavey, Kimberly Winarski, Arnold Vedlitz. Project Final Report: Role of Coastal Bend Organizational Stakeholders in Regional Recovery and Resilience Efforts (2020). Project funded by the US Department of the Treasury through the State of Texas under Award 1 RCEGR480001-01-00

Ashley Vance. Research Grant. The General and Mrs. Matthew B. Ridgway Military History Research Grant, U.S. Army Heritage & Education Center ($1,000)

Erika Weidemann. Booklet. Huffines Institute: The History (Huffines Institute, Texas A&M University, 2020).

Erika Weidemann. Article. “Anderson, Joseph Henry.” Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists (online)

Erika Weidemann. Article. “Harlan, Russell M.” Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists (online)

Erika Weidemann. Article. “Nye, Vernon.” Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists (online)

Erika Weidemann. Article. “Identity and Complicity: The Post-World War II Immigration of Chortitza Mennonites.” European Mennonites and the Holocaust, edited by Mark Jantzen and John D. Thiesen. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020, 269-289.

John Wendt. Internship. U.S. Army Center for Military History

 

2018-2019 External Awards and Publications

Ryan Abt. Article. “‘No Propaganda Story’: The Prehistory of American Holocaust Consciousness in Textbooks, 1940-1962,” Yearbook of Transnational History 2 (Summer 2019

Ray Batchelor. Article. “‘Cast Under Our Care’: Quaker Masculinity and Rhetoric about American Indians in the Age of Revolutions,” in Quakers and Native Americans, ed. Ignacio Gallup-Diaz and Geoffrey Plank, European Expansion and Indigenous Response Series, vol. 30 (Brill, 2018)

Herbert Beaumont. Article. “Art as Revolutionary Propaganda in David’s The Death of Marat.” Journal of War, Literature, and the Arts 30 (Fall 2018)

Doug Bell. University Dissertation Fellowship, TAMU ($20,000)

Doug Bell. Weigley Graduate Student Travel Grant. Society for Military History

Ian Boley. Internship. Analysis Career Field of the Defense Intelligence Agency

Andrew Brown. Research Grant. Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library

Tiffany Gonzalez. Graduate Representative on the Executive Boards for the Coalition for Western Women’s History, Western History Association and the Coordinating Council for Women in History, Texas State Historical Association

Tiffany Gonzalez. Huggins-Quarles Research Award. Organization of American Historians

Tiffany Gonzalez. Dissertation Fellowship. American Association of University Women ($20,000).

Manuel Grajales. Graduate Fellow. Carlos H. Cantu Endowment, TAMU

Vicki Heath. Digital Humanities Certificate, Center of Digital Humanities Research, TAMU

Christopher Hemler. General Shepherd Dissertation Fellowship. Marine Corps Heritage Foundation

Christopher Hemler Samuel Eliot Morrison Supplemental Scholarship. Naval History and Heritage Command.

Christina Lake. Executive Board, Western History Association

Christina Lake. Research Fellowship. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, TAMU ($2000)

Christina Lake. Summer Research Award. Charles Redd Center for Western Studies, Brigham Young University ($1350)

Christina Lake. Research Scholarship. Grand Canyon Historical Society ($1500).

Shane Makowicki. Dissertation Fellowship. U.S. Army Center for Military History ($10,000)

­­­Shane Makowicki. Article. “Occupation and Demobilization, 1918-1923,” U.S. Army Center of Military History, World War I commemoration project, publication no. 77-9

Bradford Morith. Research Assistant for Phil Zelikow and Condoleezza Rice

Bradford Morith.  Library Research Grant. Princeton University Library ($3,737).

Michael Morris. Allan R. Millett Dissertation Research Fellowship. Society for Military History

Michael Morris. Travel Award. Graduate and Professional Council Travel Award

Michael Morris. Travel Award. OGAPS (Office of Graduate and Professional Studies, TAMU)

Michael Morris. Research Grant. Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, George H. W. Bush School of Public Service ($1,000)

Laura Lee Oviedo. ABC-Clio Dissertation Research Grant, Society for Military History

Laura Lee Oviedo. Research Fellowship. Portal to Texas History, University of North Texas Libraries

Laura Lee Oviedo. Summer Fellowship. Center for Mexican American Studies, University of Texas, Austin.

Ryan Smolko. Internship. Texas A&M University Press

Ryan Smolko. Article. , “Pens and Tongues: Community Resistance to the German-American Bund, 1936-1939,”  Yearbook of German American Studies 54 (2019), 135-57.

Ashley Vance. Research Grant. Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, George H. W. Bush School of Public Service ($1,000)

 

2017-2018 External Awards and Publications

Ryan Abt. Fellowship. Auschwitz Jewish Center Fellow

Mark Askew. Article. “Military Government by Induction: American Strategic Ambiguity in the Military Government of Cuba, 1899,” War in History (July, 2018).

Regina Alvarez. Bertie Acker Graduate Student Award sponsored by SCOLAS (The Southwest Council of Latin American Studies) for her paper, “Immigration and U.S. Presence in Mexico during the Porfiriato and Mexican Revolution.”

Doug Bell. Article. “STEG and the Occupation of German: Demilitarization as Reconstruction, 1945-1952,” War in History, 25 (Jan 2018): 103-125.

Andrew Brown. Smithsonian Institution Fellowship for dissertation research at Smithsonian Institution Archive ($12,000)

Aaron Dilday. Doctoral Fellowship. Phi Alpha Theta ($1000)

Allison Faber. Career Diversity Fellowship. American Historical Association

Tiffany Gonzalez. Irene Ledesma Fellowship. Western History Association ($1,000)

Tiffany Gonzalez. Article November 2017: “Pathways to Political Office: Maria Cardenas and the Creation of Single-Member Districts in San Angelo.” US Latina & Latino Oral History Journal 1 (2017)

Tiffany Gonzalez. Fellowship. University of Texas-Center for American Studies

Vicki Heath. Research Grant. College of Liberal Arts Diversity Top-up Award ($10,000)

Christina Lake. Internship. Cushing Library and Archives, TAMU

Brooke Linsenbardt. Fellowship. American Indian & Indigenous Studies, Michigan State University, full year ($38,000)

Manuel Grajales. Article. “Alva Jo ‘Tex’ Fisher,” Handbook of Texas Online, Texas State Historical Association

Manuel Grajales. Article. “Ruth Elizabeth ‘Tex’ Lessing,” Handbook of Texas Online, Texas State Historical Association

Manuel Grajales. Article. “Emily Marie ‘Red’ Mahoney,” Handbook of Texas Online, Texas State Historical Association

Grant Harward. Internship. U.S. Army Center for Military History

Makowicki. Internship. U.S. Army Center for Military History

Michael Morris. Shepherd Dissertation Fellowship. Marine Corps Heritage Foundation ($10,000)

Michael Morris. Research Fellowship. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research ($2,000)

Laura Lee Oviedo. Fellowship. American Latino Experience Building Curatorial Excellence, Division of Armed Forces History, Smithsonian National Museum of American History. ($37,000 plus $5000 for research and travel expenses)

Ross Phillips: Internship. Marine Corps History Division

Erika Weidemann. Summer Language Training. Quadrangle Historical Research Foundation, German Script Course Award ($1000)

John Wendt and Brooke Lisenbardt. CASA Grant, College of Liberal Arts, for HGSO conference ($5000)

 

2016-2017 External Awards and Publications

Hillary Anderson. Research Fellowship. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, TAMU ($2,000)

Doug Bell. Dissertation Fellowship (two semesters). Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies

Doug Bell. Article. “STEG and the Occupation of Germany: Demilitarization as Reconstruction, 1945-53,” War in History (June 2017).

Brad Cesario. Post-Doc. Department of Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency Historian in Residence (full year)

Jeffrey Crean. Article. “Advertising by Other Means: How the U.S. Army Depicted the Vietnam War in Its Television Program The Big Picture,” in The Vietnam War in Popular Culture: The Influence of America’s Most Controversial War on Everyday Life (Praeger, 2016).

Cheryl Coulthard. Conference and Research Grant, Institute for Humane Studies ($500)

Cheryl Coulthard. Travel to Conference Grant. Women and Gender Studies, TAMU ($250)

Cheryl Coulthard. Doctoral scholarship. Institute for Humane Studies ($2500)

Cheryl Coulthard. Research Grant. OGAPS (Office of Graduate and Professional Studies, $670)

Allison Faber. Internship. Texas A&M University Press ($2,500).

Allison Faber. Article. “Sarah Eleanor Cory Menezes,” in Women Across Texas History 2: Early Twentieth Century, Texas State Historical Association

Mike Fasulo. Research Grant. Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library

Adam Gatlin. Internship. Texas A&M University Press ($2,500)

Tiffany Gonzalez. Dr. Archie P. McDonald Scholarship, East Texas Historical Association

Tiffany Gonzalez. Dissertation Research Fellowship. Women and Gender Studies, TAMU

Tiffany Gonzalez. Research Fellowship. Portal to Texas History ($1000)

Grant Harward:  Fulbright U.S. Student Award to Romania (2016-2017)

Chris Hemler. Research Grant. Marine Corps History Division (($1,500)

Brooke Lisenbardt. Matching Grant. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, TAMU ($1,000) for research in Washington, D.C.

Shane Makowicki. Research Fellowship. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, TAMU ($2000)

Laura Lee Oviedo. Fellowship. University of North Texas Special Collections

Robin Roe. Research Fellowship. Portal to Texas History ($1000)

Trae Wisecarver. Travel Grant. Civil War Trust Annual Conference in Chattanooga, TN

Micah Wright. Article. “‘Protection against the Lust of Men’: Progressivism, Prostitution and Rape in the Dominican Republic under US Occupation, 1916-1924,” Gender & History 28 (November 2016): 623-640

Micah Wright. Article. “Building an Occupation: Puerto Rican Laborers in the Dominican Republic, 1916-1924.” Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas 13(December 2016): 83-103.

 

2020-2021 Internal Awards

Kendall Cosley. Departmental Dissertation Fellowship $8,000

Clemente Gomez. David Chapman ’67 Graduate Fellowship $5,000

Gabrielle Lyle. Ron Stone Texas History Grant $2,500

Bradford Morith. Keeble Dissertation Fellow $5,000

Ian Seavey. Departmental Dissertation Fellowship $8,000

Ashley Vance. Departmental Dissertation Fellowship $8,000

John Wendt. Larry W. ’73 & Judith ’74 Luckett Endowment in History $3,500

Plus $73,000 (total) distributed to 20 students (including carryover from 2019-2020)

 

2019-2020 Internal Awards

Ryan Abt. Ron Stone Texas History Grant ($2,500)

Ryan Abt. Dissertation Fellowship ($5,000)

Regina Alverez. Dissertation Fellowship ($4,612)

Benjamin Brewster. Summer Language and Professional Development Grant ($3,000)

Jonathan Carroll. Chapman Research Fellowship ($5,000)

Clemente Gomez. Luckett Endowment in History Grant ($1,500)

Clemente Gomez. Dissertation Fellowship ($5,000)

Jared McBee. Dissertation Fellowship ($5,000)

Bradford Morith. Dissertation Fellowship ($4,000)

Lawrence Nelson. Dissertation Fellowship ($5,000)

April Paluka. Luckett Endowment in History Grant ($3,500)

Ian Seavey. Dissertation Fellowship ($4,200)

Dale Weeks. Keeble Dissertation Fellow ($5,000)

John Wendt. Dissertation Fellowship ($5,000)

Ten additional students each received Research Grants of $3,000

Five additional students each received Research Grants of between $500 and $1,000

Nine additional students each received Conference Travel Grants of $700

 

2018-2019 Internal Awards

Ryan Abt. Dissertation Fellowship ($8,000)

Jonathan Carroll. Research Grant

Allison Faber. Dissertation Grant ($5,000)

Tiffany Gonzalez. Keeble Dissertation Fellow ($5,000)

Christina Lake. Chapman Research Fellowship ($2,000)

Gabrielle Lyle. Summer Language and Professional Development Grant

Brad Morith. Summer Language and Professional Development Grant

 April Paluka. Chapman Research Fellowship ($2,000)

Laura Lee Oviedo. Dissertation Fellowship ($8,000)

Colin Rohrbaugh. Ron Stone Texas History Grant ($5,000)

Ashley Vance. Summer Language and Professional Development Grant ($5,000)

Dale Weeks. Chapman Research Fellowship ($2,000)

Eleven additional students each received Research Grants of $3,000

Fifteen additional students each received Conference Travel Grants

 

2017-2018 Internal Awards

Ray Batchelor. Dissertation Fellowship ($8,000)

Cheryl Coulthard. Research Grant ($1311)

Aaron Dilday. Research Grant ($5,000)

Clemente Gomez. Research Grant ($8,000)

Tiffany Gonzalez. Research Grant ($5,000)

Grant Harvard. Research Grant ($3,000)

Shane Makowicki. Research Grant ($4000)

Jared McBee. Research Grant ($1,000)

Robin Roe. Ron Stone Texas History Grant

Erika Weidermann. Keeble Dissertation Fellow

Ben Williams. Research Grant ($4,850)

Eight additional students each received Research Grants of $3,000

Thirteen additional students each received Conference Travel Grants

 

2016-2017 Internal Awards

Ryan Abt. Nelson-Calvert-Krammer Grant ($1,500)

Doug Bell. Dissertation Grant ($8,000)

Cheryl Coulthard. Summer Language and Professional Development Grant ($3,731

Tiffany Gonzalez. Ron Stone Texas History Grant ($5,000)

Brooke Lisenbardt. Keeble Dissertation Fellow ($2,000)

Brooke Lisenbardt.  Dissertation Grant ($8,000)

Erika Weidermann. Keeble Dissertation Fellow ($2,000)

Erika Weidermann. Summer Language and Professional Development Grant ($2925)

Nine additional students each received Research Grants of $3,000

Sixteen additional students each received Conference Travel Grants