Current Fellows

Current Fellows

Eladio Bobadilla
PhD Candidate in History, Duke University
“‘One People without Borders’: The Lost Roots of the Immigrants’ Rights Movement, 1954–1994”

Martin C. Carlino
MSt Candidate in History, University of Oxford 
“‘The Sternest Necessity’: Lincoln, Stanton, and the Suppression of Civil Liberties”

Gideon Cohn-Postar
PhD Candidate in History, Northwestern University  
“‘Mind How You Vote, Boys’: Economic Voter Intimidation and the Crisis of Industrial Democracy in the Late Nineteenth-Century United States”

Susan Goodier 
Lecturer in History, SUNY Oneonta
“Louisa Matilda Jacobs: From Slavery to a Kind of Freedom”

Sydney Miller
PhD Candidate in History, Ohio State University
“Virginia Republicans in Politics and Print, 1812–1837”

Pauline Peretz
Associate Professor of History, Université Paris 8—Vincennes Saint Denis
“Fort Huachuca, Arizona: A Laboratory of Racial Relations in the Army during World War II”

Andrew Trees
Postdoctoral Fellow, Roosevelt University 
“Forgotten Founders: Six Lost Stories that Changed America”

Azmar K. Williams 
PhD Candidate in History, Harvard University 
“Race, War, and the Empire of Knowledge: The Making of the Modern University in the Anglo-Atlantic World, 1869–1969”

Charnan Williams
PhD Candidate in History, University of Michigan
“Slavery and Freedom in the City of Angels: Black and Indigenous Angelenos from the Mexican Period to the United States Civil War, 1821–1865”

Atlas Tian Xu
PhD Candidate in History, Catholic University of America
“Navigating Worthiness in America: White Attorneys, Chinese Immigrants, and Black Pensioners, 1873–1910”