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Graduate Fellows: Current & Past

American Studies
General Beinecke Fellow
Redressing Women: Feminism, Fashion, and the Creation of American Vernacular Style, 1930-1960
2004-2005
History
Alexander O. Vietor Fellow
Long-Distance Maritime Trade, Eurasian Financial Culture and Empire-Building in Asia c. 1760-1810
2004-2005
African American Studies & Sociology
General Beinecke Fellow
Training the Body to Fight: Sociological and Historical Dimensions of Pugilistic Training
2004-2005
History
Archibald Hanna, Jr. Fellow
Organizing Black Citizenship: the NAACP and the Meaning of the Black Vote, 1915-1965
2004-2005
History
Archibald Hanna, Jr. Fellowship in American History
Founding Families: Power and Authority of Mixed Lineages in 18th-century Detroit
2004-2005
History
Archibald Hanna, Jr. Fellowship in American History
Spirit of the Age: Religious Rebirth and the Rise of a Self-help Ethos in America, 1880-1960
2004-2005
African American Studies & American Studies
Donald C. Gallup Fellow
The Body of Silence and Siege: Cultural Memory, Representation and the Black Woman Warrior
2004-2005

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