* Dissertation titles are subject to change. The titles reflected here were correct at the time the awards were made.

Julia Bowes • History, Rutgers University
The Government of the Family:  The Child, The Growth of the State and the Remaking of Patriarchal Authority 1850-1930

Alison Fraser • English, University at Buffalo
Homemade (Post)Modernisms: Ephemeral Objects in the Twentieth-Century American Poetry Archive

Anasa Hicks • History, New York University
Hierarchies at Home: A Twentieth-Century History of Domestic Service in Cuba

Joshua Hubbard • History & Women’s Studies, University of Michigan
Reproductive Subjects: Chinese Women and the Politics of Global Health

Erin McCutcheon • Art History and Latin American Studies, Tulane University
Strategic Dispositions: Women, Art and Tradition in Mexico, 1975-1990

Jaimie Morse • Sociology, Northwestern University
Documenting Mass Rape: The Emergence and Implications of Medical Evidence Collection Techniques in Settings of Armed Conflict and Mass Violence

Adeola Oni-Orisan • Anthropology, History, and Social Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
To Be Delivered: Pentecostalism and Maternal Health in Southwest Nigeria

Eda Pepi • Anthropology, Stanford University
Marital States: Kinship and Citizenship in Jordan

Misha Rai • English and Creative Writing, Florida State University
Blood We Did Not Spill: A Novel

Sarah Roth • English, Northwestern University
An Interesting Condition: Reproduction and the Un-Domestication of the Victorian Novel


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