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ASEH 2021 Article Prize Winners and Research Fellowship Awardees

March 03, 2021 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

ASEH is excited to announce its

2021 Article Prize Winners

Leopold-Hidy Prize for best article in Environmental History (with Forest History Society)

Elizabeth Hennessy for her article “Saving Species: The Co-evolution of Tortoise Taxonomy and Conservation in the Galápagos Islands” (April 2020)


Alice Hamilton Prize for best article outside journal Environmental History

Christopher Conz for his article “Sheep, Scab Mites, and Society: The Process and Politics of Veterinary Knowledge in Lesotho, Southern Africa, c. 1900-1933" (August 2020) in Environment and History


2021 Research Fellowship Awardees

Samuel P. Hays Research Fellowship

Caroline Grego for her project "Hurricane of the New South: How the Great Sea Island Storm of 1893 Shaped the Jim Crow Lowcountry"


Equity Graduate Student Fellowship

Teona Williams for her project examining Black women’s intellectual and social engagement with ecology, land, and Black national ideologies across the Mississippi Delta


Hal Rothman Dissertation Fellowship

Terrell Orr for his project "The Roots of Global Citrus in “Nuevo South” Florida and Rural São Paulo, 1965-1995"


J. Donald Hughes Graduate Research Fellowships

Alyssa Kreikemeier for her project "Aerial Enclosures: From Commons to Conflict in the American West"

and

Matthew Plishka for his project “Battling Banana Blight: Panama Disease, Smallholders, and Jamaica’s Agroecosystem, 1870-1962”


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