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Past Recipients of Society of the Cincinnati Research Fellowships

Mark R. Anderson, independent researcher, Colorado Springs, Colorado, to conduct research on the structure and unit deployment of the Continental Northern Army from the army's establishment in 1775 through the end of the Canadian campaign of 1776. (2016 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Gabriella Angeloni, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of South Carolina, to explore the effects in South Carolina of the allegations concerning the Society of the Cincinnati's establishment of a military elite. (2015 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Benjamin Armstrong, a Ph.D. candidate at King's College, London, to examine the operational history of the Continental Navy using the example of John Paul Jones's ship, the Ranger. (2015 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

Friederike Baer, Ph.D., assistant professor of history at Pennsylvania State University at Abington, to conduct research for a book on Baroness Friederike Riedesel, wife of the commander of the Hessian troops who fought with General Burgoyne at Saratoga. (2011 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Jennifer Bolton, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of California, Davis, to study how the environmental conditions of military camps affected the health, and in turn, the loyalty, of Continental soldiers. (2012 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

Greg Brooking, Ph.D., assistant professor of history, Kennesaw State University and Reinhardt University, to examine the life and imperial career of Sir James Wright, Georgia's longest-tenured colonial governor, in an effort to understand the complex struggle for power in both the colonial southeast and the eighteenth-century British Empire. (2015 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Maryland Fellowship at the Society of the Cincinnati)

John Burrow, a Ph.D. candidate at Mississippi State University, to study the ways of war in colonial North America, with a particular focus on Bacon's Rebellion. (2017 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Maryland Fellowship at the Society of the Cincinnati)

Benjamin L. Carp, Ph.D., associate professor of history, Tufts University, to research fear among civilians and soldiers during the American Revolution. (2012 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Lindsay Bowles Chervinsky, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of California, Davis, to conduct research into the creation of the first presidential cabinet under George Washington and its development under later presidents. (2015 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Thomas G. Cutterham, D.Phil. candidate in history, St. Hugh's College, Oxford, U.K., to examine the establishment of the Society of the Cincinnati and its relationship to the emergence of Federalism in the United States. (2012 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Mark H. Danley, Ph.D., librarian and assistant professor at the University of Memphis, to research the relationship of military thought and publishing in the eighteenth century. (2007 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

Samantha Driscoll, a researcher for the National Park Service, to study personal narratives of American and French soldiers on the march to Yorktown for the interpretation of the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail. (2013 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Charles R. Drummond IV, a Ph.D. candidate at Trinity College, Cambridge, U.K., to research political thinking about military power and standing armies in eighteenth-century Britain and America. (2014 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

John L. Dwiggins, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Pennsylvania, to study military power and democratic politics in America in the decades immediately following the American Revolution. (2010 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

Steven Elliott, a Ph.D. candidate at Temple University, to study how the Continental Army developed new methods of sheltering soldiers during the Revolutionary War, with a focus on winter encampments. (2017 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

Rachel Engl, a Ph.D. candidate at Lehigh University, to explore the bonds of friendship and social connections within the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. (2017 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

David J. Gary, a Ph.D. candidate in U.S. history at CUNY-Graduate Center, to study the Enlightenment roots of the Society of the Cincinnati. (2008 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

John Hannigan, a Ph.D. candidate in history at Brandeis University, to research the impact of military experience on black culture and attitudes about slavery in Massachusetts at the time of the American Revolution. (2014 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Ricardo Herrera, Ph.D., associate professor of military history, School of Advanced Military Studies, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, to examine the largely unknown foraging expedition during the winter encampment at Valley Forge. (2015 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

Donald Johnson, a Ph.D. candidate at Northwestern University, to research the failure of imperial authority in occupied American cities during the Revolutionary War. (2013 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

Herbert Johnson, professor emeritus from the University of South Carolina, to study the influence of Revolutionary War military organization on the U.S. Constitution. (2013 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Trenton Cole Jones, a Ph.D. candidate at The Johns Hopkins University, to research the administration of enemy prisoners of war and American military culture during the Revolutionary War. (2010 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

David Keenan, a Ph.D. candidate in history at Northwestern University, to research the Society of the Cincinnati and its political influence. (2009 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

Timothy C. Leech, a Ph.D. candidate at The Ohio State University, to explore the political process of founding the Continental Army and the transition of fundamentally local acts of resistance to cohesive military rebellion. (2016 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

John R. Maass, a Ph.D. candidate at The Ohio State University, to research the Revolutionary War and state formation in North Carolina, 1776-1789. (2007 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

Holly Mayer, associate professor of history at Duquesne University, to examine the social configuration of Hazen's Second Canadian Regiment. (2013 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

Scott C. Miller, a Ph. D. candidate at the University of Virginia, to explore the impact of America's early financial crises on Revolutionary War veterans. (2016 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

Julia Osman, a Ph.D. candidate in French history at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, to research the changes in the French Army from 1662 to 1790 and on the development of the French construction of the notion of the citoyen armée. (2009 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

Christy Pichichero, Ph.D., assistant professor of French at George Mason University, to investigate how French military officers, administrators, and soldiers participated in advancing ideas of human and political rights, military psychology and war trauma, and social justice. (2015 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

John Ruddiman, as a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University and then as assistant professor of history at Wake Forest University, to conduct research on the impact of military service on the lives of the young officers of the Continental Army. (2007 and 2012 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grants)

Ian Saxine, a Ph.D. candidate in history at Northwestern University, to research the common culture of violence among Native Americans and European colonists on the Maine frontier, 1688-1763. (2014 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Maryland Fellowship at the Society of the Cincinnati)

Gary Sellick, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of South Carolina, to study the Carolina Corps, a British unit of black troops raised in South Carolina and evacuated to the Caribbean in 1782. (2017 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Douglas G. S. Simes, Ph.D., senior lecturer in history, University of Waikato, New Zealand, to study the eighteenth-century military works of Thomas Simes in the context of the art-of-war literature of his time. (2007 and 2008 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grants)

Nora Slonimsky, a Ph.D. candidate at the City University of New York Graduate Center, to examine how copyright, particularly in cartography, illustrates competing ideas about the role of the press and literary labor in supporting national and political identity. (2016 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

Craig Bruce Smith, a Ph.D. candidate at Brandeis University, to conduct research in the Society of the Cincinnati archives for evidence of personal and collective honor among the Revolutionary generation. (2011 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Donald J. Stoker, Ph.D., professor at the U.S. Naval War College Postgraduate School, to research military strategy during the Colonial and Revolutionary periods of American history. (2007 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

Christopher Tozzi, Ph.D., assistant professor of European history, Howard University, to investigate the participation of foreign and minority soldiers in the French army and attitudes toward foreign troops within the United States during the American Revolution. (2014 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

Gregory J. W. Urwin, Ph.D., professor of history at Temple University, to examine the impact of the British campaign in Virginia before the Yorktown siege. (2011 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

David Ward, a Ph.D. candidate at the College of William and Mary, to examine the effect of extended volunteer military service and the role of military veterans in the economic and geographic expansion of the early republic. (2017 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

Col. Kevin J. Weddle, Ph.D., professor at the U.S. Army War College, to conduct research for a book on the Saratoga Campaign of 1777. (2007 Society of the Cincinnati Scholars' Grant)

Glenn F. Williams, historian at the National Museum of the U.S. Army, to research the military and political history of Lord Dunmore's War of 1774. (2008 Tyree-Lamb Fellowship)

Nathan Wuertenberg, a Ph.D. candidate at the George Washington University, to conduct research on the military and political aspects of the 1775 Quebec Campaign. (2017 Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship)

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