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The Arthur J. Quinn Memorial Fellowship Recipients

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2017-2018 Academic Year

Richard Elliott, A Nation of Silver and Gold: Comstock Mines, California Finance, and the Business of Making Money in America, 1860-1879

Rosario Vasquez Montano, Tras los pasos de Ethel Duffy Turner: La Mujer que Recuperó su Propia Sombra / In the Footsteps of Ethel Duffy Turner: The Woman Who Recovered her Own Shadow

2016-2017 Academic Year

Julia Lewandoski, Surveying Settler Treaties and Indigenous Land Tenure in North America, 1763-1856

Emilie Raymer, Evolution for the Twentieth Century: Carl Sauer and the Development of Cultural Geography, 1920-1950

2015-2016 Academic Year

Kevin Waite, The Slave South in the Far West: California, the Pacific, and Postslavery Visions of Empire

Josi Ward, A Place for Our Landless Farmers: Recovery and Reform in the FSA Migratory Labor Camps

2014-2015 Academic Year

Alanna Hickey, The Forms of National Belonging: Cherokee Poetry in Gold-Rush California

Minyoung Lee, The California Gold Rush, American Empire, and the Transformation of a Pacific World, 1848-1898

Thomas Richards, The Texas Moment: Breakaway Republics and Contested Sovereignty in North America, 1836-1846

2013-2014 Academic Year

Gregory Rosenthal, Work, Body, and Environment in the Hawaiian Diaspora, 1786-1876

Simone Diender, Expert Power in the Knowledge Economy: Clark Kerr, The University of California, and Private Citizenship in the 1940s-60s

2012-2013 Academic Year

Jessica Christian, Return to the Mission: Gendered Bonds, Women, and Colonization in San Diego, 1769-1910

2011-2012 Academic Year

Emmanuelle Perez, Between the United States of Mexico and the United States of America: Californios and Politics, 1821-1879

 

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