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NCFHS Fellowships and Awards

Information for researchers seeking funding and awards relating to topics relating to resources in Guilford College's Quaker Archives.

Past NCFHS Hinshaw Fellowship Recipients

2017
Stefanie Greenhill, University of Kentucky PhD student, conducting research for her dissertation, Confederate Diaspora, which examines the experiences of white refugees (including Quakers) who fled the Confederacy during the U.S. Civil War.

2015
Elizabeth Bouldin, Visiting Assistant Professor at Converse College, researching project on the intersection of radical religion, the Enlightenment, and notions of community in the formation of a distinctive early modern British Atlantic world and how dissenters negotiated authority and identity across religious and national boundaries.

2013
Kathryn Falvo, a Ph.D. student at The Pennsylvania State University researching Quaker women's travels in the ministry.

2011  
Aaron Jerviss, a Ph.D student at the University of Tennesee in Knoxville writing his dissertation on the Civil War in pacifist memory which looks at Quakers, Mennonites, and Brethren from 1865 to 1914.

2009
Courtney Tollison, Assistant Professor of History at Furman University to include Guilford College as a Quaker founded institution in her broader history of integration at private Southern colleges and universities.

2007
Lloyd Lee Wilson, a Master of Arts in Religion student at the Earlham School of Religion completing his thesis entitled, ""The Remnant of Like Faith" -- The First Hundred Years of North Carolina Yearly Meeting (Conservative)."

2005
Michael J. Crawford, historian preparing an edition of the writings of George Walton and studying North Carolina Quaker records in the Revolutionary era to support that project.

Past Poole Writing Award Winners

2018

Morgan Shahan, Witnessing Peace: Contesting Racial Discrimination in Civilian Public Service Camps, 1941-1946

2014 (two winners)

Mary Browning, The Slaves of George C. Mendenhall of Jamestown, North Carolina
Larry Tise, Taking Up’ Quaker Slaves: The Origins of America’s Slavery Imperative

2008

Randy J. Sparks, “Women Professing Godliness”: Mary Fisher, Sophia Hume, and the Quakers of Colonial Charleston

2006

A Glenn Crothers, "I Felt Much Interest in their Welfare": Quaker Philanthropy and African Americans in Antebellum Northern Virginia