Graduate Student Honor Roll
University of Montana Fellowships, 2011-2012
Bertha Morton Fellowship, University of Montana Graduate School
Cappadocia Fellowship in European History. University of Montana History Department
John T. McNay, Sr. Scholarship, University of Montana History Department
Pat Williams Scholarship Award, Maureen & Mike Mansfield Center, University of Montana
Women's & Gender Studies Graduate Scholarship, University of Montana
Dissertation Writing Fellowships, 2011-2012
Wilbur R. Jacobs Fellowship, Huntington Library, Los Angeles
Grey Towers Fellowship, U.S. Forest Service
External Travel & Research Fellowships, 2011-2012
American Heritage Center Research Fellowship, University of Wyoming
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship at the Library Company of Philadelphia and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Charles Redd Center for Western Studies Research Fellowship, Brigham Young University
History Graduate Student Association Ann K. Rawley Fellowship, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
James Madison Graduate Fellowship, James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation
(Declined) Dylan Huisken
Newberry Consortium on American Indian Studies (NCAIS) Graduate Student Fellowship, Newberry Library, Chicago
Institutes & Consortiums, 2011-2012
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute, "The Early Republic and Indian Country, 1812-1833," D'Arcy McNickle Center at The Newberry Library, Chicago
Newberry Consortium on American Indian Studies (NCAIS) Summer Institute, Newberry Library, Chicago
Newberry Consortium on American Indian Studies (NCAIS), Workshop in Research Methods, Harvard University, Peabody Museum
Writing & Conference Prizes, 2011-2012
Phi Alpha Theta Northwest Regional Conference, 2011, Best Graduate Student Paper Prize
Jonathan Hall, "Rabid Republic: Mad Dogs and Men in Early America"
Phi Alpha Theta Northwest Regional Conference, 2011, Best Graduate Student Paper Prize, Honorable Mention
Cody Ewert, "The 'Antidote for Anarchy': Enforcing Patriotism in New York Schools, 1895-1905"
Richard Drake Award for Writing, University of Montana, 2012
Craig Rigdon, "The Flaming Front of History: The Historiographical Impact of Stephen Pyne"
University of Montana Graduate & Faculty Conference, 2011, Outstanding Presentation Award
Cody Ewert, "Testing Loyalty: Women's Efforts to Teach Patriotism in American Public Schools, 1890-1920"
Virginia Summey, "Precariously Perched: African-American Families and the Black Baptist Church"
Graduate Student Publications, 2011-2012
Cody Ewert, "Training the 'Grand Army of the Public Schools': Teaching Patriotism in the Progressive-Era United States," Madison Historical Review 9 (Spring 2012), 32-56.
Randall Williams, Review of Heather Cox Richardson, Wounded Knee: Party Politics and the Road to an American Massacre (New York, 2010) in Essays in History: The Annual Journal of the Corcoran Department of History at the University of Virginia (2011)