Eliza Young Barstow, “‘These Teenagers are Not Delinquent’: The Rhetoric of Maturity for Evangelical Young Adults, 1945-1965” (2010). Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion, Wofford College.
Erin Royston Battat,"' Ain't Got No Home' : Race and American Narratives in the Depression Era" (2008). Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnic Studies, Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg.
Peter Becker, "The Perpetrators' Past: Consciousness and Conscience in the Historical Novel" (2007). Lecturer on History and Literature, Harvard University.
George Blaustein, “To the Heart of Europe: Americanism, the Salzburg Seminar, and Cultural Diplomacy” (2010). Assistant Professor of American Studies, University of Amsterdam.
Lauren Brandt, "'Social Intercession': The Religious Nature of Public Activism among American Women Reformers in Boston, 1892 to 1930" (2009). Resident Dean, Harvard College.
Sarah Carter, “Object Lessons in American Culture” (2010). Lecturer on History and Literature, Harvard University.
Miguel Alvar DeBaca, "Memory Work: Anne Truitt and Sculpture in the 1960s" (2009). Assistant Professor of Art History.
Talaya Adrienne Delaney, "Performing History: History and Politics in the Works of Suzan-Lori Parks, Anna Deavere Smith, Naomi Wallace, and Charles Mee" (2007). Research Advisor in the Division of Continuing Education, Harvard University.
Erin Dwyer, "Mastering Emotions: The Emotional Politics of Slavery" (2012). Visiting Assistant Professor of History, Tulane University.
Marti Jaye Frank, "Carrying the Mill: Steam, Waterpower and New England Textile Mills in the 19th Century" (2008). Environmental consultant.
Sara Gebhardt, “Like Me: Identity Immersion Journalism and the Dilemmas of Self-Making” (2010). Adjunct faculty, American University.
Scott Gelber, "Academic Populism: The People's Revolt and Public Higher Education, 1880-1905" (2008). Assistant Professor of Education, Wheaton College (Mass.).
Mark Gillies Hanna, "The Pirate Nest: The Impact of Piracy on New Port, Rhode Island and Charles Town, South Carolina, 1670-1730" (2006). Assistant Professor of History, University of California at San Diego.
Brian Hochman, “Savage Preservation: Race, Culture, and the Making of Modern Media” (2011). Assistant Professor of English, Georgetown University.
Hua Hsu, "Pacific Crossings: China, the United States, and the Transpacific Imagination" (2008). Assistant Professor of English, Vassar College.
Jamie Jones, "American Whaling in Culture and Memory, 1820-1930" (2011). Lecturer in English, University of Michigan.
Hillary Kaell, “Walking Where Jesus Walked: American Christian Holy Land Pilgrimage in the Post-War Period” (2010). Assistant Professor of Religion, Concordia University.
Judy Kertesz, "Skeletons in the American Attic: Curiosity, Science and the Appropriation of the American Indian Past" (2012). Assistant Professor of History, North Carolina State University.
Noam Maggor, “Politics of Property: Urban Democracy in the Age of Capital, Boston 1965-1900” (2010). Postdoctoral Scholar in History, Vanderbilt University.
Brian McCammack, "Recovering Green in Bronzeville: An Environmental and Cultural History of the African American Great Migration to Chicago, 1915-1940" (2012). Lecturer on History and Literature, Harvard University.
Katherine Rieder, “‘The Remainder of our Effects we Must Leave Behind’: American Loyalists and the Meaning of Things, 1765-1800” (2009).
Caitlin Rosenthal, "From Memory to Mastery: Accounting for Control in America, 1750-1880" (2012). Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellowship in Business History, Harvard Business School.
Augustine Sedgewick, “The American System in the World Depression, 1932-1941: The Case of the Coffee Trade” (2011). Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto.
Laura Isabel Serna, "'We're going Yankee': American Movies, Mexican Nationalism, Transnational Cinema, 1917-1935" (2006). Assistant Professor of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California.
Salamishah Margaret Tillet, "Peculiar Memories: Slavery and the American Cultural Imagination" (2007). Assistant Professor of English and Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania.
Zoe Trodd, "The Reusable Past: Abolitionist Aesthetics in the Protest Literature of the Long Civil Rights Movement" (2009). Professor and Chair of American Literature, University of Nottingham.
Thomas Wickman, "Snowshoe Country: Indians, Colonists, and Winter Spaces of Power in the Northeast, 1620-1727" (2012). Assistant Professor of History and American Studies, Trinity College.
Diana Irene Williams, "'They call it marriage': The Interracial Louisiana Family and the Making of American Legitimacy" (2007). Assistant Professor of History, Law, and Gender Studies; University of Southern California.
Dagmawi Woubshet, "Figurations of Catastrophe: The Poetics and Politics of AIDS Loss" (2007). Assistant Professor of English, Cornell University.