Graduate Students in History
Dissertations and Placements [ back ]
- Ogden, Mary MacDonald: "Wil Lou Gray and the politics of progress in South Carolina"
Brown, David (PhD), "Pathways to power: Physicians in Charleston, South Carolina, 1790-1860"
- McAbee, Lee (PhD), "Papist peers and politics: The English Roman Catholic nobility, 1688-1719"
- Prior, David (PhD), "Reconstruction unbound: American worldviews in a period of promise and conflict, 1865-1874"
- Silva Banks, Kathryn (PhD), "Six days thou shalt labor: African Americans in the southern textile industry, 1895-1929"
- Venters, Louis (PhD), "Most great reconstruction: The Baha'i faith in Jim Crow South Carolina, 1898-1965"
- No PhD students graduated this year
Burrows, Sara Eye , "Left to Our Fate: South Carolina's Black and White Women During the Civil War and Reconstruction”; postdoc, University of South Carolina
Millikan, Neal Elizabeth, “Willing to be in Fortune’s Way:” Lotteries in the Eighteenth Century British North American Empire “
Rounds, Christopher, "Ireland for Sale: The marketing and Consumerism of the Irish-American Identity Since 1880"; lecturer, Winthrop University
Tate, Simmons, “South Carolina's Reception of English Law”; lawyer, Haynesworth, Sinkler and Boyd
Cheezum, Eric, (BA, Salisbury; MA, South Carolina) "Discovering Chessie: Waterfront, Regional Identity, and the Chesapeake Bay Sea Monster, 1960-2000"; adjunct prof., University of South Carolina
Hileman, Scott (BA, Longwood; MA, Winthrop) "Sir Thomas Picton, 1758-1815"; assist. prof., Gordon College
Shrum, Rebecca (BA, South Carolina; MA, South Carolina) "Mirroring Others, Fashioning Selves: Looking Glasses and American Identities, 1700-1900"; assist. prof., Wisconsin-Whitewater
- Blosser, Jacob M., “Pursuing Happiness: Cultural Discourse
and Popular Religion in Anglican Virginia, 1700-1770.” Assistant
Professor of History, Texas Women’s University.
Jimmy Randall, “Louis Francis Budenz: The Origins
of a Professional Ex-Communist.” Adjunct Instructor
in History, Presbyterian College.
Aaron Louis, “Civil Rights on the Right:
The Modern Christian Right and the Crusade for School Prayer,
1962-1996.” Assistant Professor of History,
University of Northern Colorado.
Kathleen Mary, “Spending in Black and White:
Race, Slavery, and Consumer Values in the Antebellum South.” Assistant
Professor of History, University of Idaho.
Adam, “‘Good things to eat in suburbia’:
Supermarkets and American Consumer Culture, 1930-1970.” Assistant Professor of History, School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Aaron Wagner, “The Iron Horse Turns South:
A History of Antebellum Southern Railroads.” Research
Historian, Office of the Historian, U.S. Department of State.
- McClanahan, Brion (BA, Salisbury; MA, South Carolina) "A Lonely Opposition: James A. Bayard Jr. and the American Civil War"; assist. prof., Chattahoochee Valley
Eric William, “Strangers in a Strange Land:
Northern Travelers and the Coming of the American Civil War.” Independent
scholar, consultant, and writer.
- Schoolfield, Branda (BA, Bob Jones; MEd, Bob Jones) "For the Better Relief of the Poor of This Parish: Public Poor Relief in 18th-Century Charles Town"; adjunct prof., Bob Jones
Melissa Jane, “‘Experts in misery’?
American Consuls in Austria, Jewish Refugees, and Restrictionist
Immigration Policy, 1938-1941.” Research Historian,
Office of the Historian, U.S. Department of State.
- Walsh, Kelli (BA, Univ. Alaska-Fairbanks; MA, Fayetteville State) "Oveta Culp Hobby: A Transformational Leader from the Texas Legislature to Washington, D.C."; adjunct, Fayetteville State
- Boulware, Tyler W., “‘Rim of the gap’:
Negotiating Identity on the Southern Colonial Frontier.” Assistant
Professor of History, University of West Virginia.
Kevin, “Enslaved Watermen in the Atlantic
World, 1444-1888.” Assistant Professor of History,
Jonathan Wes, “Irish Terrorism, British Counter-terrorism,
and United States Foreign Policy, 1865-1922.” Visiting
Assistant Professor of History, University of South Carolina.
Jeremy Monroe, “The Political Life of Stanley
Fletcher Morse.” Assistant Professor of History,
- Denmark, Lisa Louise, “At the Midnight Hour: Optimism
and Disillusionment in Savannah, 1865-1880.” Assistant
Professor of History, Georgia Southern University.
Christopher Leevy, “Undertakings: The Politics
of African-American Funeral Directing.” Director, Leevy’s
Tracy D., “Eutropius the Presbyter, Cerasia,
and Literary Culture in Late Antiquity.” Teacher,
Richland Northeast High School, Columbia, South Carolina.
Mark G., “Power for the People? The John H.
Kerr Dam and Federal Hydropower Policy in the Southeast.” Teaching
Associate, Coastal Carolina University.
Karen Kay, “A good faithful sister:
The Shaker Sisters of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky.” Director,
Edisto Island Museum and Edisto Island Historic Preservation
Jeffery J., “Art ready for battle:
William Gilmore Simms and the Civil War.” Assistant
Professor of History, Gordon College.
Lars Winfried, “The Development of an Anti-Opium
Ideology in Late Nineteenth-Century America.” Teacher,
Spring Valley High School, Columbia, South Carolina.
Articles by USC Graduate Students [ back ]
- Parry, Tyler D.,"An Irregular Union: Exploring the Welsh Connection to a Popular African-American Wedding Ritual," in Welsh Mythology and Folklore in Popular Culture: Essays on Adaptations in Literature, Film, Television, and Digital Media edited by Audrey L. Becker and Kristin Noone (Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company, Inc., 2011), 108-129.
- Woods, Michael, "'The Indignation of Freedom-Loving People': The Caning of Charles Sumner and Emotion in Antebellum Politics", spring issue of the Journal of Social History
- Prior, David ""Crete the Opening Wedge": Nationalism and International Affairs in Postbellum America." Journal of Social History 42.4 (2009): 861-887
Swimmers and Divers in the Atlantic World,” Journal
of American History 92
(March 2006), 1327-1355. Winner of the Louis Pelzer Memorial
Award for best essay by a graduate student.
- Gantt, Jonathan Wes,“Clan-na-Gael
Terrorism, British Counter-terrorism, and United States
Foreign Policy, 1881-1885,” Journal of the Gilded
Age and Progressive Era 5 (Oct. 2006).
- Lockhart, Matthew A., “The
Trouble with Wilderness Education in the National
Park Service: The Case of the Lost Cattle Mounts of Congaree,” The
Public Historian: 28 (Spring 2006): 11-30
- Blosser, Jacob,“Constructing
Modernity: Historical Imagery and Religious Identity
in Charleston’s Great Awakening,” South
Carolina Historical Magazine 106 (Oct. 2005)
the Wilderness: Ronald Reagan, Bob Jones
University, and the Political Education of the Christian Right,” The
Historian 67 (Summer 2005): 234-253.
Aaron, “Desertion and Loyalty in the
South Carolina Infantry, 1861-1865,” Civil War History 50
(March 2004): 47-65.
- Plaag, Eric, “Let the Constitution
Perish': Prigg v. Pennsylvania, Joseph Story,
and the Flawed Doctrine of Historical Necessity,” Slavery & Abolition 25
(Dec. 2004): 76-101.
Matthew A., “Quitting
More Than Port Royal: A Political Interpretation of
the Siting and Development of Charles Town, South Carolina,
1660-1680,” Southeastern Geographer 43
(November 2003): 197-212.
- Lockhart, Matthew A., “Under
the Wings of Columbia: John Lewis Gervais as Architect
of South Carolina's 1786 Capital Relocation Legislation,” South
Carolina Historical Magazine 104 (July 2003): 176-197.
- Mack, Adam, “No Illusion
of Separation: James L. Bevel, the Civil Rights
Movement, and the Vietnam War,” Peace & Change 28
(Jan. 2003): 108-133.
- Gannon, Kevin M.,“Escaping Mr.
Jefferson’s Plan of Destruction: The
Idea of a New England Confederacy, 1803-1804,” Journal
of the Early Republic 21 (Fall 2001): 413-443.
- Marrs, Aaron, “Desertion
and Dissatisfaction in Greenville District, South Carolina:
1860-1865,” Proceedings of the South Carolina
Historical Association (2001): 39-50. Winner
of the Hollis Prize for best article by a graduate student.
- Wells, Cheryl, “Battle
Time: Gender, Modernity, and Confederate Hospitals,” Journal
of Social History 35 (Winter 2001): 409-428.
Recent Presentations by USC Graduate Students [ back ]
- Burgess, Joshua, “A New World Exempla: The Role of the Mission Field in Early Modern Catholicism,” Sixteenth-Century Studies, Montreal, Canada, October 16, 2010.
- Cunningham, Candace, “"I Hope They Fire Me": The Relationship Between Black Teachers and the NAACP,” Association for African American Life and History, Raleigh, NC, September 30, 2010.
- Dangerfield, David, “Making A Way: Yeomen Free People of Color in Charleston’s Rural Parishes, 1800-1860,”British North American Nineteenth-Century Historians Conference, Liverpool, England, October 8-10, 2010.
- Florvil, Tiffany, “Afro-German Sister Outsiders,” German Studies Assocation, Oakland, CA, October 2010.
- Foley, Ehren K., University of South Carolina, A Man in Uniform: Sartorial Style and the Performance of Manhood during Reconstruction, American Historical Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, January 2011.
- Grantham, Anjuli, "'The Most Unfair Contrivances': Fish Traps and Alaska Statehood" at the Alaska Historical Society annual conference in Fairbanks, AK, September 15-18, 2010
- Parry, Tyler, “Marriage, Resistance, and Cultural Expression: New Perspectives on Jumping the Broom and Slave Marriage in the U.S. South,” Social Science History Association, Chicago, November 18-21, 2010.
- Vaden, Luci, “After Desegregation: Black Educational Experiences in South Carolina, 1970-1972,” African-American Studies Graduate Student Conference, University of Memphis, Oct, 2010.
- Woods, Michael, "What Can Preserve Us But Constant Jealousy?": Emotion and Secession in Southern Political Rhetoric, 1827-1861,” British North American Nineteenth-Century Historians Conference, Liverpool, England, October 8-10, 2010.
Bouknight, Ashley, And Lest We Forget: Remembering World War I, National Council on Public History annual conference, Providence, RI.
Brazier, Halie, Peter Manigaults Shoe Buckles and the Revolutionary Charleston Silver Market, National Council on Public History annual conference, Providence, RI.
Brazier, Halie, The Exhibition Process: Finding History in Football, Americas New Favorite Sport, joint conference of the North Carolina Museums Council and the South Carolina Federation of Museums.
Celia James and Carrie Giauque, A Conservation Assessment of Leyburn, England, National Council on Public History annual conference, Providence, RI.
- Foley, Ehren, "Defining Reconstruction in Henry Watterson’s Kentucky: Newspapers, Ritual, and the Political Uses of Historical Time in Post-Emancipation America," Writing the War in the Press and Regimental History, National Joint Conference of the Popular Culture and American Culture Associations, New Orleans.
Giauque, Carrie, Southern State Parks During Segregation: A Unique Park System,National Council on Public History annual conference, Providence, RI.
Herzinger, Kyna, “Constructing Community: Japanese American Identity at Minidoka Internment Relocation Camp.” Texas Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, Albuquerque
- James, Celia, "The Modjeska Monteith Simkins House: Preserving 2025 Marion Street as a Domestic and Political Space." South Carolina Historical Association Annual Meeting, University of South Carolina Upstate, Spartanburg (March 2009)
- James, Celia, "A Study of Educational Inequalities in South Carolina: African American Documentary Expression in the 1930s." Visible Evidence XVI, University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, Los Angeles (August 2009)
- James, Celia, "Educational Divisions in Segregated South Carolina." Division Street, USA, University of Texas, Austin (August 2009)
Prior, David, "The Internal Divisions and Global Visions of American Nationalism after the Civil War" Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism, 2009 annual conference, "Nationalism and Globalisation", Tuesday, London School of Economics and Political Science
Prior, David, Civilization, Republic, Nation: American Worldviews after the Civil War, The George and Ann Richards Civil War Center Graduate Conference on "The Civil War Era in Global Context," Penn State University.
Rose, Eric, “A Tale of Two Schisms: Race, Space, and Religion in Charleston, South Carolina, 1815–35,” American Historical Association, New York
- Tucker, Ann, “Italy, Tyranny, and the Creation of Confederate Nationalism” at the Graduate Student Conference on Power and Struggle, University of Alabama.
- Tucker, Ann, "Garibaldi and the Creation of Confederate Nationalism" at The George and Ann Richards Civil War Center Graduate Conference on "The Civil War Era in Global Context," Penn State University.
- Woods, Michael, "The Heart of the Sectional Conflict: Emotion, Politics, and the Coming of the American Civil War,” St. George Tucker Society Annual Meeting, Augusta, GA, August 2009
- Woods, Michael, “Echoes of the Old South: The Southern Soundscape and Social Hierarchy in Mary Boykin Chesnut’s Fiction,” Eighth Southern Conference on Women’s History, Southern Association for Women Historians, Columbia, SC, June 2009
Young, Morgen, "Indian Pictures: The Portrayal of Native Americans in FSA Photography, Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association Conference annual conference, Albuquerque, NM.
- Burgess, Josh. Grant to participate in the Folger Institute's seminar "The Jesuit Enterprises" with John W. O'Malley at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C.
Burgess, Josh, "'The Fishes of the Sea Shall Tell': Encountering the Divine in Seventeenth-Century Jesuit Maryland." Conference Paper at the James L. and Shirley A. Draper National Graduate Student Conference on Early American Studies at the University of Connecticut and the American Antiquarian Society.
- Giauque, Carrie, “The State/Fox Theater: Restoration of a Main Street Icon.” National Council on Public History
- Levinson, Jan, “The Collections Volunteer Group: Promoting Student Action Behind the Scenes in Local Museums.” American Association of Museums
- Liles, Justin, “Thomas Sumter’s Law: Race and Slavery in the Carolina Backcountry” The Atlantic History Seminar, Harvard University, August, 2008.
- Liles, Justin, “The Reluctant Partisan: Nathanael Greene” Francis Marion Symposium, Manning, SC, September, 2008
- Miller, Rebecca, “Reporting Race and Resistance in Dixie: White Mississippi Media Response to Civil Rights.” Organization of American Historians
Mary Mac, “The Mystery of Sadie Waters: Miniatures, Misfortune and Material Representation.” 14th Berkshire Conference on the History of Women,
University of Minnesota
- Prior, David, “American Worldviews and American Nationalism: The Cretan Moment in Reconstruction.” The Historical Society
- Prior, David, “Civilization, Republic, Nation: Mormon Utah and Reconstruction.” Organization of American Historians
- Prior, David, “American Political Culture and the Cretan Insurrection of 1866-1869,” Van Leer conference on "America in the Mediterranean," Jerusalem, Israel.
- Prior, David,“Mormon Utah and Reconstruction,” Southern Historical Association, New Orleans
- Rose, Eric, "A Tale of Two Schisms: Race, Space, and Religion in Charleston, SC, 1815-1835." History Graduate Student Conference, Loyola University Chicago
- Rounds, Christopher, “Coming Home: Americans and the Commodification of Irish Tourism.” American Conference of Irish Studies/Southern Regional Conference
- Thompson, Santi, “Queering the South Caroliniana Library.” Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Archives, Library, Museum, and Special Collections Conference, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, City University of New York Graduate Center
- Thompson, Tara, “Transforming the Mennonite Martyr Heritage: The Story of Dirk Willems.” Graduate Student Symposium in Religious Studies, Florida State University
- Tucker, Ann, “The Italian Risorgimento and the American Civil War.” Conference on “Garibaldi Abroad,” Association for Research on Ethnicity and Nationalism in the Americas, University of South Carolina
Eric, “We Can Save this Man’s Life':
The Pink Franklin Case and Black Legal Activism in Jim Crow South
Carolina.” Association for African American Historical Research
Eric, “‘The Word Failure Has Yet to be Written in My Pathway’: The Pink Franklin Case and Black Leadership in Jim Crow-Era South Carolina.” Southern Historical Association.
Nancy, “Making Something from Nothing: The Black
Entrepreneurial Spirit in Early 20th-Century Columbia, South
Carolina.” Association for African American Historical
Research and Preservation.
Sara Eye, “Private Battles: Black and White Women in Reconstructed South Carolina.” Southern Historical Association.
- Miller, Rebecca, “The Myth of the Solid South: How
Mississippi Press Reaction to Civil Rights Recreates White
Identity.” American Historical Association.
Mary Mac, “A Case of Historic Invisibility:
Julia Selden and the
South Carolina Illiteracy Commission, 1917-1918.” Middle
State University Interdisciplinary Conference in Women's Studies.
- Ogden, Mary Mac, “Progress in Print” Women Writing and Reading: Past and Present, Local and Global, University of Alberta, Canada
- Richardson, Phillip, “Dixie by Gaslight: Surveillance, Spectacle, and Lighting Technology in the Old South.” Society for the History of Technology.
Rebecca, “Learning to See the Self: Mirrors
in Early American Society.” American Historical Association.
Rebecca, “Mirrored Reflections: Shaping Early
American Identities in the Looking Glass.” Organization
of American Historians.
Kathryn, “Making the Invisible Visible: Weaving
African American Women into South Carolina’s Mill History." Association
for African American Historical Research and Preservation.
- Cheezum, Eric, “Where the Wild Things Are: Animals,
Images, and the Creation of Regional Identities.” American
Society of Environmental Historians.
John, “Unlocking the Secret of Greatness:
Analyzing the Violin and Bow.” International Committee
for the History of Technology.
Sara, “Ashtrays: A Dirty Little Secret.” Southeastern
Scott, “Sir Thomas Picton and the Incident
at the Coa, 1810: Myth or Reality?” Consortium on
Wesley, “The Intellectual Life of Muslim Slaves
in America.” British American Nineteenth-Century Historians.
Adam, “’Good Things to Eat in Suburbia’:
Supermarkets and Sexual Fantasy in 1950s America.” Popular
Barry F., “Divine Discontent: Nathan Carter
Newbold and the Division for Cooperation in Education and
Race Relations.” History of Education Society.
Neal, “Willing To Be In Fortune’s
Way: The Role of Fortuna in Eighteenth-Century English
State and Colonial Lotteries.” Southeastern American
Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
Mary Mac, “Seneca and Scarlet Sister Mary:
The Science and Art of Race Progress, 1929-1931.” Graduate
Association for African American History.
Mary Mac, “Gender, Economy and Household Strategies
in the New South.” International Gender Studies Conference,
University of Vermont.
Eric, “Traveler’s Time: Temporal Dislocation
and Sectional Identity in the Antebellum South.” American
David, “The Cretan Moment in American Reconstruction.” British
American Nineteenth-Century Historians.
David, “Examining Post-Bellum Worldviews through Foreign Affairs: Americans and the Cretan Insurrection against Ottoman Rule, 1866-1869,” Bertoti Graduate History Conference, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, March 31-April 1, 2006. Winner, Best Overall Paper.
Rebecca, “Finding Meaning in the Mirror: Early
American Women Shaping Identities in the Looking Glass.” American
Stephanie, “Cameraman of the Carolinas: H.
Lee Waters and Movies of Local People.” Popular Culture
Association/American Culture Association.
- Blosser, Jacob, “Anglican Happiness: The Formulation
and Dissemination of Transatlantic Religious Identity in
Colonial Virginia.” British Association for American
Jacob, “Anglican Pursuits of Happiness: Popular
Religion in the Colonial Chesapeake.” McNeil Center
for Early American Studies, University of Pennsylvania.
Jacob, “The Great Business of Religion:
Inculcating Virtue, Happiness, and
Anglican Identity in Colonial Virginia.” Omohundro
Institute of Early American History and Culture.
Jacob, “Pursuing Happiness: John Tillotson’s
Collected Works, Latitudinarian Theology, and the Making
of Transatlantic Anglicanism in Virginia.” Society of Early
Jacob, “Pursuing Happiness: Latitudinarian
Thought and Transatlantic Anglican Identity in the Eighteenth
Century.” American Historical Association.
Tyler, “An Intimacy between them
ought to be avoided: Indians, Africans, and the
Shifting Boundaries of Identity.” American Historical Association.
Eric, “Atlantic Crossing or American Original?
Woodrow Wilson, Public Administration, and the Johns Hopkins
Experience.” American Historical Association.
Kevin, “A Culture of Cleanliness:
West African Slaves’ Impact on Western
of American Historians.
Aaron, “The Politics of Morality: School
Prayer and the Transformation of the Christian Right.” American
Scott, “The King’s Paladin: Lieutenant-General
Sir Thomas Picton and the Battle of Busaco, 1810.” Consortium
on Revolutionary Europe.
Adam, “The Forgotten Man [and Woman] of the
Food Store: Supermarkets and Postwar Gender Ideology.” Organization
of American Historians.
Adam, “The Planned Personality:
Constructing the Postwar Supermarket.” Business History
Aaron, “Slave Labor and Southern Railroads.” Southern
Georgette, “Following Her Dream: Ethel Bolden,
Pioneer Librarian.” Association for the Study of
African American Life and History.
Rebecca, “Rally Around the Flag: Mississippi’s
Defense of the Closed Society in Response to the Lynching
of Emmett Till.” Stillman College Conference on “The
Murder of Emmett Till and the Struggle for Civil Rights.”
Dan, “How Shall the Soul Shake Off
This Weight of Woe: Responses to Death in Colonial Charleston,
South Carolina, 1730-1776.” Mid-Atlantic Popular
- Bargeron, Eric, “We Will Show Them: Black Protest in
Turn-of-the-Century South Carolina.” Association
for the Study of African American Life and History.
Jacob, “Defining Faith: John Tillotson, George
Whitefield, Alexander Garden, and the Formulation of Anglican
Ecclesiological Identity in Colonial South Carolina.” Southeastern
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
Tyler, “The Meaning of ‘Frontier’ in
the Eighteenth-Century South.” American Studies Association.
Nancy, “The Color of Money: The Politics of
Black Entrepreneurship and Consumerism under Segregation.” Association
for the Study of African American Life and History.
Kevin, “Enslaved Swimmers and Divers in the
Atlantic World.” Southern Historical Association.
Adam, “Shoppers Are the Same the World Over?
Supermarkets in Comparative Perspective.” Mid-American
Conference on History.
Barry, “We Cut Heads: The Black Barbershop
as a Public Space.” Association for the Study of
African American Life and History.
Aaron, “Community Relations on an Early United
States Railroad.” Early Railways Conference.
Michael, “Honor and Evangelicalism at Odds:
The Battle over Moral Reform in the Slave South.” American
Rebecca, “Incorporating the African-American
Experience into Historic House Interpretations.” Southeastern
Melissa Jane, “Experts in Misery’: American
Consuls in Germany and Restrictionist Immigration Policies,
1933-1941.” American Historical Association.
Louis, “With Sure and Steady Progress:
The Bahá’í Faith in South Carolina, 1937-1963.” Association
for Bahá’í Studies—North America.
Recent Books by USC Graduate Students [ back ]
- Hudson, Janet G., Entangled by White Supremacy: reform in World War I-era South Carolina (Univesrity Press of Kentucky, 2009).
- Marrs, Aaron, Railroads in the Old South: Pursuing Progress in a Slave Society (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009)
Sean R., A Sober Desire For History: William
Gilmore Simms As Historian (University of South Carolina Press, 2005).
Tom, Planting A Capitalist South: Masters,
Merchants, And Manufacturers In The Southern Interior, 1790-1860 (Louisiana
State University Press, 2005)
Cheryl, Civil War
Time: Temporality & Identity
In America, 1861-1865 (University of Georgia Press, 2005)
Marty D., Forgotten Founder: The Life and
Times of Charles Pinckney (University of South Carolina Press,
Henry H., A History of the University of
South Carolina, 1940-2000 (University of South Carolina Press,
John Allen, Unitarianism in the Antebellum
South: The Other Invisible Institution (University of Alabama Press,
Keith, William Henry Drayton: South Carolina
Revolutionary Patriot (Louisiana State University Press,
Reina, Wings, Women, and War: Soviet Airwomen
in World War II Combat ( University Press of Kansas, 2001).
Mark M., Mastered by the Clock: Time, Slavery,
and Freedom in the American South (University of North Carolina
Press, 1997). Winner of the Avery O. Craven Award of the
Organization of American Historians and the book prize of
the South Carolina Historical Society.
Recent Honors Received by USC Graduate Students [ back ]
- Louis Pelzer Memorial Award, Organization of American Historians
2005 Kevin Dawson
1983 Lacy K. Ford, Jr.
- Student Project Award, National Council on Public History
2008 Santi Thompson
2005 John Christensen, Rebekah Dobrasko, and Elizabeth Wiedower
2000 Susan Asbury and Kathleen Hilliard
- Graduate Student Paper Award, Southeastern Association for 18th-Century Studies
2005 Tyler W. Boulware
2004 Jacob Blosser
2003 Tyler W. Boulware
- Daniel Hollis Prize, South Carolina Historical Association
2002 Aaron W. Marrs
- Hugh F. Rankin Prize, Louisiana Historical Association
2008 Michele Coffey
- Dean’s Award for Excellence in Graduate Study
2007 Rebecca Shrum
- Outstanding M.A. Thesis Award
2007 Ehren Foley
Rhoda M. Patterson Fellowship
2008 Rebecca Miller
The National Society of the Colonial Dames in the State of South Carolina Regional Award
$2,000 for demonstration of serious interest in American history and in order to promote responsible study of American history with particular emphasis on the fundamental documents, traditions and workings of the US and its government.
2008 Francesca Fair
The Institute for Southern Studies Award
$4,000 to conduct research focused upon the distributive markets for Native American goods in seventeenth-century Europe, and the economic motives driving pre-Darien Scheme Scottish migration to the Carolinas, and beyond.
2008 Francesca Fair
History Department Awards
- Wilfrid and Rebecca Callcott Award
2008 Kathryn Silva
- Darrick Hart Memorial Award
2008 Jan Levinson
2007 Ashley Bowden
2006 Anna Kuntz
2005 Kristina Dunn
2004 Jennifer Fitzgerald
2003 Barbara Stokes
- William H. Nolte Graduate Assistant Teaching Award
2008 Eric Rose
2007 Sara Eye
2006 Eric Bargeron and Neal Millikan
2005 no award
2003 Adam Mack
2002 Kathleen Hilliard
2001 W. Brian Newsome and Cheryl Wells
- Smith Richardson Award
2008 Michele Coffey
2007 Christopher Scott
- John G. Sproat Summer Dissertation Fellowship
2008 Joshua Burgess
- Robert H. Wienefeld Dissertation Prize
2007 Kathleen Hilliard
- Robert H. Wienefeld Essay Prize
2008 Lindsay Crawford
2007 Ehren Foley