Fellows: 1995-2013

Fellowships:

2013

  • Dustin Gish, Political Science Department Visiting Assistant Professor, College of the Holy Cross, "Republican Constitutionalism in Jefferson's Notes on the State of Virginia."
  • Rahma Jerad, Assistant Professor at the University of Tunis, "Thomas Jefferson's Grandson-in-law and the Defense of Slavery in Cuba."
  • Jane Judge, Ph.D. candidate, the University of Edinburgh, "Belgians, Jefferson and the Age of Revolution, 1789-1790."
  • Rosa Lopez-Oceguera, Professor and Researcher with the Center for U.S. Studies, University of Havana, "Jefferson, Founding Father."
  • Whitney Martinko, Ph.D. candidate in American History, University of Virginia, "Individuality, Imagination, and Interiors"  The Making of Sacred Historical Space in Antebellum America."
  • Kirsten Paine, Ph.D. candidate in English, University of Pittsburgh, "Jefferson and Scottish Folk Music:  Transatlantic Highland and Lowland Connections in Eighteenth-Century America."
  • Edward Pompeian, Ph.D. candidate in American History, College of William and Mary, "Jefferson and South America:  Revolutionary Problems and Independence Struggles, 178601823."
  • Katarzyna Stelmasiak, Assistant Professor in History, the Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, "Thomas Jefferson and Europe."
  • Sally Tuckett, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Edinburgh, "Cloth, Clothing and Control:  Textile Production at Monticello, 1770-1826."

2012

  • Marc Alexander, University of Glasgow, "To Be Translated from Despotism to Liberty: A Linguistic Perspective on Liberty and Revolution in Jefferson's Writing.”
  • Zach Beier, Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology, Syracuse University, "The Reconciled Frontier and It's Makers:  Design for the Boers of Early America."
  • Frank Cogliano, University of Edinburgh, Professor of American History and Dean for North America, Emperor of Liberty:  Thomas Jefferson's Foreign Policy (Yale University Press, 2014).
  • Alan Pell Crawford, Independent Scholar, "Thomas Jefferson and George Washington:  Comity and Conflict in Revolutionary America."
  • Michael Demson, Assisstant Professor in English, Sam Houston State University, "Jefferson and the Radical Agrarian Politics of Trans-Atlantic Romanticism."
  • Jason Farr, Ph.D. candidate in Early American History, University of Virginia, "Centering the Periphery:  American Independence and Jefferson's Western Vision."
  • David Flaherty, University of Virginia, “Improvising and Enlarging Your Majesty’s Dominions in America: The Board of Trade’s Vision for a British Atlantic Empire, 1713-1763.”
  • Robert Forbes, University of Connecticut, “‘It Eludes the Research of All the Senses’: Thomas Jefferson’s Notes on the State of Virginia and the Reification of Race.”
  • Brett Goodin, Ph.D. candidate in History, Australian National University, "Victims of Independence:  A collective biography of Barbary captives in the New Republic, 1785-1840."
  • Nathaniel Green, Ph.D. candidate in History, Washington University, St. Louis, "'The Man of the People:' National Politics and the Origins of the Presidential Republic, 1787-1817"
  • Douglas Harnsberger, Principal at Legacy Architecture, “Case Studies in Jefferson Delorme Dome Constructions Technology: Research and Analysis of Three American Delorme Domes by Architects Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Latrobe, and Robert Mills.”
  • Yishi Liu, Post Doctoral Fellow and Assistant Professor, Tsinghua University, School of Architecture, "From UVa to Tsinghua:  Jefferson's Legacy on Modern Campus Design in China."
  • Richard MacKenney, Professor of History, State University of New York at Binghamton, "Jefferson and the concept of 'Renaissance man.'"
  • Kenneth Morgan, Professor of History, Brunel University, London, “Ending the Slave Trade: A Comparative Perspective on Britain and the United States, 1807-8.”
  • Matthew Spooner, Ph.D. Candidate in History, Columbia University, “Origins of the Old South: The Reconstruction of Southern Slavery, 1778-1808.”
  • Cameron Strang, McNeil Fellow, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Texas at Austin, "Star-Crossed Empires:  Astronomy and United States Expansion in the Spanish American Borderlands, 1795-1810."
  • Sarah Stroud, Ph.D. Candidate, Syracuse University, “Establishing the South Carolina Frontier: One Plantation, Two Generations.  Examining the Interactions and Implications of Trade, Enslavement and Capitalism from 1680-1734.”
  • Alan Taylor, Distinguished Professor at UC Davis, “The Slave War of 1812.”
  • Maria Troyanovsky, Leading Research Fellow, Moscow State University, "The Perception of the U.S. in Russian Hisotrical Thought."
  • Lorena Walsh, Independent Scholar and Previous Historian at The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, “Plantation Management in Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia.”

2011

  • Victoria Baker, Doctor of Musical Arts, Manhattan School of Music, "Music at Monticello: A Historic Window into Music and its Role in Colonial America from the Perspective of Thomas Jefferson."
  • Zach Beier, DAACS Fellowship, Ph.D candidate in Anthropology, Syracuse University, "Comparative Approaches to Interpreting Archaeological Data from the Cabrits Garrison, Dominica."
  • Amy Turner Bushnell, Adjunct Associate Professor of History, Brown University, and Invited Research Scholar, the John Carter Brown Library Brown University,"The Reconciled Frontier and Its Markers: A Design for the Borders of Early America."
  • Meng Cai, Ph.D. candidate in American History, Peking University, " Reconstruction of Representative Democracy: The Constitutional Reforms in the Original States of the United States, 1820 – 1850."
  • Josh Canale, Ph.D candidate, Binghamton University, "Establishing Legitimacy and Order: Executive Councils during the American Revolution 1775 – 1784.”
  • Daniel Clinkman, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Edinburgh, “Laboratory of Enlightenment: The Revolutionary Settlement in Early Republican Virginia.”
  • Andrew Fagal, Ph.D. candidate in American History, Binghamton University, "The Jeffersonian Republicans and the Politics of Military Mobilization, 1790-1812."
  • David Flaherty, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Virginia, "British Visions of Empire and the Aggressive Imperial Project for the North American Frontier, 1713 – 1783."
  • Jack P. Greene, Andrew W. Mellon Professor Emeritus of History, Johns Hopkins University Adjunct Professor of History, Brown University Invited Research Scholar, John Carter Brown Library, "Speaking of Empire: Coming to Terms with Colonialism in Eighteenth-Century Britain, ca. 1730-1785."
  • Kendra Hamilton, M.F.A. from Louisiana State University and Ph.D. in English from the University of Virginia, "The Chosen People of God: (Re)Inventing Agrarian Idealism from Jefferson's Yeoman Farmer to Slow Food."
  • Kevin J. Hayes, Professor of English, University of Central Oklahoma, "Jefferson in His Own Time."
  • Wesley Joyner, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Southern Mississippi, “Second Families of Virginia: Professional Power-Brokers in a Revolutionary Age, 1700-1790.”
  • David T. Konig, Professor of History and Professor of Law at Washington University in St. Louis, "Thomas Jefferson and the Discovery of American Law."
  • Iain Maciver, Ph.D. candidate in history, University of Edinburgh. “Revolutionary Governorship: A Comparative Study of the Nature of Gubernatorial power in Massachusetts and Virginia, 1763-1787.”
  • Armin Mattes, UVA Dissertation Fellow, Ph.D candidate in History, University of Virginia, M.A. in History from the Eberhard-Karls-University of Tuebingen ,"Citizens of a Common Intellectual Homeland:" The Transatlantic Context of the Origins of American Democracy and Nationhood, 1775-1840.”
  • Louis McAuley, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Washington State University, "Creating a 'Perfect Union of Opinion': The Polygraph, 'Newspeak,' and Thomas Jefferson's Bid for the Presidency."
  • John Moule, Headmaster, The Bedford School, "'General Washington did not harbor one principle of Federalism': Thomas Jefferson and the Collective Memory of George Washington.”
  • Simon Newman, Sir Denis Brogan Professor of American History, University of Glasgow, "Race and Bound Labor in the British Atlantic World: the Origins and Development of Racial Plantation Slavery."
  • Christopher Pearl, Ph.D. candidate in American History, Binghamton University, "'For the Preservation of the State': Penal Reform and State Legitimacy during the American Revolution, 1776-1786."
  • Rusty Roberson, Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of Edinburgh, “Scottish Missions and Religious Enlightenment in Colonial America: the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge (SSPCK) in Transatlantic Context.”
  • Tom Rodgers, Ph.D. in History, University of Warwick, “The Boundaries of Coercion in the American Revolution, c. 1760-1789.”
  • Daniel Royot, Professor Emeritus of American Literature and Civilization at L'Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, “The Trans-Mississippi West at stake: from the triumph of discovery to the hazards of Americanization, 1806-1812.”
  • Eran Shalev, Assistant Professor, History Department, Haifa University, Israel. "'A Republic Amidst the Stars': Political Astronomy and the Intellectual Origins of the Stars and Stripes."
  • Craig Smith, Ph.D. candidate in History, Brandeis University, "Rightly to be Great: Ideas of Honor and Virtue among the American Founders."
  • Andrew Struan, Gilder Lehrman Research Fellow, Ph. D. candidate in History, University of Glasgow, "An Empire of Liberty?: Anglo-American Connections and the Idea of Empire during the American Revolutionary Period c. 1763-1783."
  • Kelly Whitfield, Centennial Middle School, Phoenix, AZ .“Constitutional Rivalry.”
  • Graeme Thomson, Ph.D candidate in History, University of Glasgow, "Claiming Jefferson: The Inheritance of the Founders' Legacy in Modern Presidential Rhetoric."
  • Maurizio Valsania, Associate Professor of History of Philosophy, University of Torino, "Thomas Jefferson's Philosophical Anthropology."
  • Andrea Wulf, M.A., R.C.A., History of Design, Royal College of Art and Victoria and Albert Museum, London.  “Founding Gardeners: How the Revolutionary Generation Created the American Eden.”
  • Jing Yuan, Ph.D. candidate, Nankai University, "John Adams and the Idea of Republican Government."

2010

  • Kevin Butterfield, Ph.D. candidate, history, Washington University in St. Louis, “Unbound by Law:  Association and Autonomy in the Early American Republic.”
  • Nathalie Caron, professor, American civilization, Universite de Paris 12, "The Significance and Limits of the French Radical Enlightenment on American Free Thought in the Early Years of the Republic."
  • Louis Cellauro, Ph.D. Art History, University of London, England, “Thomas Jefferson, Palladio, and American Palladianism.”
  • Irene Cheng, Monticello-McNeil Dissertation Fellow, Ph.D. candidate, architecture history and theory, Columbia University, “Thomas Jefferson’s Obsession with Octagons.”
  • Ivor Conolley, Ph. D candidate, history and archaeology, DAACS Fellowship, University of the West Indies-Mona, Jamaica, “Statistical Analysis of Slave Sites.”
  • Renaud Contini, Ph.D. candidate, history, National University of Ireland-Maynooth, Ireland,“Nurturing Utopia: Environmentalist Sensibilities, Empire and the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1800-1806.”
  • Matthew Crow, Ph.D. candidate, history, University of California-Los Angeles, “In the Course of Human Events:  Jefferson, Text, and the Potentialities of Law.”
  • Luca Denora, Ph.D. candidate, 2010, philosophy, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy, "The Reception of James Harrington's Works in the Political Thought of the American Revolution"
  • James Donald, independent scholar, journalist, editor, England, “Alexander Donald and Thomas Jefferson.”
  • Matthew Dziennik, Ph.D. candidate, 2010, history, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, "The Fatal Land: War, Empire, and the Highland Soldier in British America, 1756-1783."
  • Alan Gibson, professor, political science, California State University-Chico, "Extending the Sphere: Size and Republicanism in the Early Republic."
  • Grant Gilmore, Island Archaeologist and SECAR Director (St. Eustatius Center for Archaeological Research), Netherlands Antilles, “The Founding Fathers and the Golden Rock:  their Family, Commercial, Military and Religious Ties to Dutch St. Eustatius during the Formative Years.”
  • Bryan Green, Ph.D., architectural history, University of Virginia, 2004, Architectural historian, associate and director of historic preservation, Commonwealth Architects, "'A Workman Could Scarcely Be Found': Thomas Jefferson's Architectural Craftsmen and the Renewal of Classical Architecture."
  • Ginger Hill, Ph.D. candidate in Visual Studies, University of California, Irvine, “Jefferson’s Domestic Publicity: Amassing Individuals as the Truly Modern and Universal.”
  • Emilie Johnson, Ph.D. candidate in Art and Architectural History, University of Virginia, “The Old Plantation-Home: Ownership and Organization in the Old Southwest.”
  • Csaba Levai, associate professor, Institute of History, University of Debrecen, Hungary, "Political Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson."
  • Charlene Boyer Lewis, Chair of History and Director of American Studies, Kalamazoo College, "Every American His or Her Own Gardener: The Cultural Significance of Gardens and Gardening, 1750 to 1850."
  • James Lewis, associate professor, Kalamazoo College, “Colonel Burr's Mysterious Movements: Making Sense of the Burr Conspiracy."
  • Cedric Marcade, Ph.D. candidate, 2010, history, University of Rouen, France.  
  • Iain McLean, Professor of Politics, Oxford University, UK. “Jefferson in Paris:  A Confluence of Three Rivers.”
  • Kenneth Morgan, Professor of History, Brunel University, London, “The Ending of the Transatlantic Slave Trade to the United States.”
  • Kenneth Owen, Ph.D candidate of history, The Queen's College, University of Oxford, England, "The Jeffersonian Election Campaign in Pennsylvania, 1796 and 1800."
  • Jason Robles, Ph.D. candidate in Political Science, University of Colorado, Boulder, “Conscientious Democracy and Perpetual Becoming: The Unconscious Transplantation of Rousseauian Romanticism in Thomas Jefferson’s Moral and Political Thought.”
  • Brian Steele, Assistant Professor of History, University of Alabama, Birmingham, "General Washington did not harbor one principle of Federalism': Thomas Jefferson and the Collective Memory of George Washington.”
  • Taylor Stoermer, University of Virginia, “Thomas Jefferson, John Randolph, and the Empire of Imagination: Disaffection in Revolutionary Virginia, 1770-1776.”
  • Andrew Struan, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Glasgow, “An Empire of Liberty? Anglo-American Connections and the Idea of Empire during the American Revolutionary Period, 1763-1783.”
  • Jong Sang Sung, associate professor, landscape architecture, Seoul National University, Korea, "Thomas Jefferson and Kosan Sundo Yoon."
  • Keith Thomson, American Philosophical Society, “Jefferson’s Natural History.”
  • Epi Tohvri, lecturer, Tallinn University of Technology, Tartur College, Estonia, "Similar Educational Conceptions Applied by Thomas Jefferson at the University of Virginia and Georges-Frederic Parrot at the University of Tartu: A Case Study of the Trans-Atlantic Diffusion of the Light of Knowledge in the Enlightenment Era."
  • Jessica L. Walker, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Western Australia, “‘Our Anglo-Saxon Ancestors’ – Thomas Jefferson and the Role of English History in the Construction of the American Nation.”
  • Megan Walsh, Assistant Professor, Department of English, St. Bonaventure University,"A Nation in Sight: Vision, Citizenship and American Literature, 1770 – 1800."
  • Nicholas Wood, Ph. D. candidate in History, University of Virginia, “The Slave Trades, the American Colonization Society, and the Missouri Crisis.”
  • Andrea Wulf, M.A., R.C.A., History of Design, Royal College of Art and Victoria and Albert Museum, London, independent writer and historian, The Founding Gardeners: How the Revolutionary Generation created the American Eden (under contract with Alfred A. Knopf / Random House, to be published in 2011).
  • Naomi Wulf, professor, American history and civilization, University of Sorbonne-Nouvelle, Paris 3, France,"The Jefferson Reference in the Critique of Jacksonian Democracy: Orestes Brownson as Case Study."
  • Joanne Yeck, Ph.D., cinema studies, UCLA, 1982,"Snowden: A Plantation in Buckingham County and the People Who Lived There."

2009

  • Fred Anderson, University of Colorado-Boulder, "Imperial America, 1672-1764" (a volume in The Oxford History of the United States)
  • Thomas Baker, State University of New York at Potsdam, "You Red-Headed Rascal:  Anonymous Writes Mr. Jefferson"
  • George Boudreau, Pennsylvania State Capital College, "Thomas Jefferson, Philadelphia, and -€˜Useful Knowledge'"
  • Trevor Burnard, University of Warwick, England, "An Empire for Liberty?  Jefferson's Empire for Liberty, Settler Discourses and the Late Eighteenth Century British Empire"
  • Lyn Carson, University of Sydney, Australia, "Thomas Jefferson and Deliberative Democracy"
  • Andrew Cayton, Miami University-Ohio, "Imperial America, 1672-1764" (a volume  in The Oxford History of the United States)
  • Louis Cellauro, University of London, England, "Thomas Jefferson, Palladio, and American Palladianism"
  • Ivor Conolley, DAACS Fellowship, University of the West Indies-Mona, Jamaica, "Statistical Analysis of Slave Sites"
  • Cecelia Conway, Appalachian State University, "Monticello Traditional Music"
  • Helen Cripe, researcher, author and editor on a wide range of projects and publications, "Thomas Jefferson and Music." updating the research she did previously for her book, Thomas Jefferson and Music, 1974.
  • Suzanne Francis-Brown, DAACS Fellowship, University of the West Indies-Mona, Jamaica, "Slave Quarter Replication, Interpretation and Presentation"
  • David Hancock , University of Michigan, "William Petty and His Associates Shaped the Contours of the Late Eighteenth-Century Atlantic Community"
  • Martha Hill, University of Virginia, "The Style of Power: The Role of Classicism in forming the American Republic"
  • Joel Kovarsky, The Prime Meridian:  Antique Maps and Books,  "Foreshadowing Manifest Destiny -€“ The Geographic and Cartographic Imaginations of Thomas Jefferson"
  • James Martin,  University of Houston, "The Governor and the Traitor: Thomas Jefferson versus Benedict Arnold"
  • Iain McLean,  Oxford University, England,  "Jefferson  in Paris"
  • William Merkel, Washburn Law School, "Jefferson and Slavery:  Legal and Constitutional Issues, 1801-1826"
  • Marion Nelson, Virginia Commonwealth University, "Jefferson's Western Men and the -€˜Practicable Sphere' of the Republic" 
  • Justin Roberts, Johns Hopkins University, "Sunup to Sundown:  Plantation Management Strategies and Slave Work Routines in Barbados, Jamaica and Virginia, c1780-1810"
  • Marie-Jeanne Rossignol , Institut Charles V, Université Paris-€“Diderot, France, The Bertrand  L. Taylor Fellowship Memorial Fellowship, "Thomas Jefferson and Antislavery: An Atlantic Perspective"
  • Britt Rusert, Duke University, "The -€˜Peculiar Soil' of Slavery: Monticello and Plantation Ecology"
  • Allison Stagg, University College, England, "American Political Caricatures, 1780-1810"
  • Istvan Vida, University of Debrecen, Hungary, "Sustained by Mr. Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and the Invocation of Jeffersonian Ideals and Political Vision"
  • Andrea Wulf, Royal College of Art and Victoria and Albert Museum, England, The Founding Gardeners: How the Revolutionary Generation Created the American Eden

2008

  • Joanne Bowen, DAACS Fellowship, Department of Archeological Research, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, "Slave Provisioning"
  • Pierangelo Castagneto, American University in Bulgaria, "Introducing Jefferson's Notes"
  • Nicholas Cole, University College, Oxford University, England, "The Republican King:  Executive Power in America, 1774-1826"
  • Fred Donnelly, University of New Brunswick, Canada, "The Jefferson-Lilburne Connection"
  • Carrie Douglass, Anthropology, Mary Baldwin College, Virginia, "Thomas Jefferson and Horses"
  • Steve Edenbo, Thomas Jefferson interpreter, independent scholar, Philadelphia, "Second Continental Congress"
  • Theresa Goble, Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the National Opera Studio, London, "Music at Monticello"
  • Lawrence Hatter, University of Virginia, "Sovereign Markets:  Commerce, State Formation, and the Division of the Great Lakes Borderland, 1783-1825"
  • Michael Kranish, Washington Correspondent, The Boston Globe, "British Invasion of Virginia in 1781"
  • Lichan Li , American History, Xiamen University, China, "The Personal Connections between Jefferson and China and the Role of China in the Economic thought and Philosophy of the Early Republic"
  • Anna Marley, Art History, University of Delaware, "Rooms with a View: Landscape Representation in Early National Domestic Interiors"
  • Armin Mattes, University of Virginia, "Jefferson, Democracy and the Rise of Modern Nationalism"
  • Andrew Mullen, Saint George's Hanover Square, England, "Music at Monticello"
  • Johann Neem, Western Washington University, "Development as Freedom:  Rethinking Jefferson's Statecraft"
  • Liam Paskvan, The College of William and Mary, "The King's -€˜Harum-Scarum Army': Slave Soldiers in British Military Policy and Political Culture, 1773-1783"
  • Allan Potofsky, Universite Paris-VIII, "The Atlantic Political Economy and the Breakdown of Franco-U.S. Relations, 1787-1800:  From Doux Commerce to Wars of Commerce"
  • John Ragosta, University of Virginia, "Fighting for Freedom:  How Virginia's Religious Dissenters Helped Win the American Revolution and Religious Liberty"
  • Virginia Scharff, University of New Mexico, "Neither Amazons nor Angels:  Thomas Jefferson in the World of Women"
  • Maurizio Valsania, University of Torino, Italy, "The Curse of History, the Curse of Nature:  Thomas Jefferson's Peculiar Enlightenment"
  • Billy Wayson, University of Virginia, "Martha Jefferson Randolph: The Education of a Republican Daughter and Plantation Mistress, 1783-1809"
  • Tao Wei, Peking University, China, "Between Revival and Beyond:  Republican Revisionism and the Contested Canons in American Intellectual History"
  • Tomasz Wieciech, Jagiellonian University, Poland, "Thomas Jefferson and States' Rights: The Origins and Development of the Doctrine in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century America"
  • Andrea Wulf, History of Design, Royal College of Art and Victoria and Albert Museum, London, The Founding Gardeners: How the Revolutionary Generation created the American Eden (Book under contract with Alfred A. Knopf / Random House, to be published in 2010.)
  • Aaron Wunsch, Architectural History, University of California-Berkeley, "Philadelphia's Grid Cemeteries"
  • Albert Zambone, Valparaiso University, "Gentleman's Study among Chesapeake Elites Between 1720 and 1830"

2007

  • Frank Cogliano, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, "Jefferson's 'Empire for Liberty'"
  • Anthony Connors, Clark University, Massachusetts, "Thomas Jefferson's Debt to Tobacco"
  • David Emblidge, Emerson College, Massachusetts, "Jefferson as Book Buyer"
  • Victor Enthoven, Royal Netherlands Naval College, The Netherlands, "Collaboration and Resistance: The Dutch Atlantic World in the Age of Revolution, 1780-1830"
  • Carolyn Gilman, Missouri Historical Society, "Jefferson and Clark: The West in the Emergence of an American Identity"
  • Jonathan Gross, Director of DePaul Humanities Center, DePaul University, Illinois, " Anthologizing Thomas Jefferson's Prose Scrapbooks: Politics, Medicine, Religion, and Literature"
  • Monica Henry, Universite Paris VII, France, "Thomas Jefferson and Spanish America"
  • Alexandra Jones, DAACS Fellowship,  University of California-Berkeley, "African American Religious Practices in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries"
  • Elizabeth Brand Monroe, Indiana University-Indianapolis, "William Wirt"
  • Peter Nicolaisen, Kiel University, Germany, " Jefferson and Europe: The French Revolution"
  • Martin Ohman, University of Virginia, " The Political History of the Early Republic Seen as a Conflict over the Meaning of Federalism"
  • Kara Pierce, State University of New York-Binghamton, "The Feudal System of Entail and its Influences on Early Colonial Society"
  • Kristopher Ray, Ashland University, Ohio, "The Political Sage of Monticello: Thomas Jefferson and the Meaning of American Republicanism, 1809-1826"
  • Sandra Rebok, Spanish Council for Scientific Research, Spain, "The Idea of the United States Promoted by Thomas Jefferson in the Old World"
  • Bernetiae Reed, University of Wisconsin-Madison, "Slave Families of Thomas Jefferson"
  • Priscilla Roberts, independent scholar, Colorado, "Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Barclay, and Barbary (1784-1793) as Seen in the Virginia Press"
  • Richard Roberts, independent scholars, Colorado, "Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Barclay, and Barbary (1784-1793) as Seen in the Virginia Press"
  • Taylor Stoermer, University of Virginia, "Thomas Jefferson, John Randolph, and the Empire of Imagination: Disaffection in Revolutionary Virginia, 1770-1776"
  • Keith Thomson, American Philosophical Society, " Jefferson 's Natural History"
  • Iwona Swiatczak Wasilewska, University of Helsinki, Finland, " History of the State of the Union Address: A Study in the American Political Ritual"
  • Lauren Winner, Duke Divinity School, Duke University, North Carolina, "Thomas Jefferson's Biblical Paintings: the Art and Artifice of Religious Material Culture in Eighteenth-Century Virginia"

2006

  • Alissa Ardito, University of Virginia School of Law, " Jefferson and Machiavelli"
  • Nicholas Cole, University College, Oxford University, England, "Law for and Against the People"
  • Fraser Clark, Canadian Air Force, "Thomas Jefferson and the United States Marine Corps Band"
  • Max Edling, Uppsala University, Sweden, "Financing War in Jefferson's America"
  • Karen Fields, independent scholar, Virginia, "Thomas Jefferson's May 1787 Visit to Bordeaux, France"
  • Jodi Frederiksen, Simpson College, Iowa, "Early Nineteenth Century Graffiti at Monticello"
  • W. Scott Harrop, University of Virginia, "Thomas Jefferson and the Opinions of Mankind: The Imperative of International Legitimacy"
  • Sean Harvey, College of William and Mary, Virginia, "Indian Languages and Republican Empire"
  • Jeff Matsuura, Alliance Law Group, " Jefferson and a Populist Approach to Intellectual Property Rights"
  • William Merkel, Washburn University School of Law, Kansas, "Race, Liberty, and Law: Thomas Jefferson and Slavery, 1770-1800"
  • Eric Stoykovich, University of Virginia, "Thomas Jefferson, Domesticated Animals, and the Political Economy of Agriculture"
  • Tess Taylor, The Atlantic Monthly, "Autobiography of My Family -€“ The Randolphs"
  • Maurizio Valsania, University of Torino, Italy, "Cultural Roots of American Pessimism: A History, 1763-1865"
  • Brian Schoen, Ohio University, " Jefferson's Ghosts: The Republican Legacy and the Crisis of the 1850s,"
  • David Steinberg, University of Pennsylvania, "Refusing Venus, Courting Clio"
  • Michelle San Antonio, DAACS Fellowship, University of Montana, "The Lives of Enslaved African Americans During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries"

2005

  • Alissa Ardito, Yale University, Connecticut, "The Unrecognized Connections Between Niccolo Machiavelli and the Founders of the American Extended Republic, Especially James Madison and Thomas Jefferson"
  • David Brown, DAACS Fellowship, College of William and Mary, Virginia, "The Changing Landscape of Plantation Slavery"
  • Evelyn Causey, University of Delaware, "The Character of a Gentleman: Deportment, Piety, and Morality in Southern Colleges and Universities, 1820-1860"
  • Frank Cogliano, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, " Jefferson, History, and Historians"
  • Robert Cox, American Philosophical Society, "The Conformation of Sleep as Understood in the Early Republic"
  • James David, College of William and Mary, Virginia, "Dunmore's New World: Political Culture in the Revolutionary Atlantic, 1770-1798"
  • Jeffrey Fortin, University of New Hampshire, "'Little Short of National Murder': Removal, Exile, and Making of Diasporas in the Atlantic World, 1745-1865"
  • Alan Gibson, California State University-Chico, "James Madison's Theory of an Extended Republic"
  • Barbara Heath, Director of Archaeology and Landscapes, Poplar Forest, Virginia, "Tracing African American Families from the Wayles Estate"  
  • Thomas Humphrey, Cleveland State University, "Yeoman, Tenants, and Property in Jefferson's America"
  • Bradley Jones, Glasgow University, Scotland, "The Influence of the American Revolution on the 18 th Century Trans-Atlantic British Identity"
  • Thomas Latham, University College, Oxford University, England, "The American War of Independence, Metaphor, and Visual Imagery in Britain"
  • Stefano Luconi, University of Florence, Italy, "The Politics of Impeachment in the Early Republic: William Blount, John Pickering, and Samuel Chase"
  • Katherine Stebbins McCaffrey, Boston University, Massachusetts, "Reading Glasses: American Spectacles from Benjamin Franklin's Bifocals to Mithril"
  • Andrew Mullen, Saint George's Hanover Square, England, "The Study and Performance of Thomas Jefferson's Favorite Musical Works"
  • Martha Rojas, University of Rhode Island, "Diplomatic Letters: The Conduct and Culture of Foreign Affairs in the Early Republic"
  • Laura Sandy, University of Manchester, England, "Between Owner and Slave: The Role of Overseers in the Management of Slave Plantations in Virginia and South Carolina, 1740-1800"
  • James Walvin, University of York, England, "Two Hundred Years after Abolition: Commemorating Slavery in 2007"
  • Billy Wayson, University of Virginia, "Plantation Mistress and Republican Mother: Jefferson's Education of Daughter Martha"
  • Henry Wiencek, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, "Thomas Jefferson and Slavery"
  • Anna Wong, University of Sydney, Australia, "The Cultural Role of the House Museum as Sites of History and Heritage, and a Comparative Analysis of Conservation and Interpretation Practices in Australia and the United States"

2004

  • Thomas Allen, University of Richmond, Virginia, "A Republic in Time: History, Modernity, and Social Imagination in the 19 th Century America"
  • Thomas Baughn, independent scholar, Maryland, "Thomas Jefferson's Libraries, An Annotated Bibliographic Database"
  • Keith Beutler, Washington University, Missouri, " Monticello and Historicized Mnemonics in the Early American Republic, 1826-1840"
  • David Brown, DAACS Fellowship, College of William and Mary, Virginia, "The Material Reflection of Slave Autonomy" 
  • Kerry Dean Carso, James Madison University, Virginia, "Thomas Jefferson's Follies: A Cultural History"
  • Louis Cellauro, independent scholar, France, "Thomas Jefferson, Francois Cointreaux, and Earthen Architecture"
  • Alan Pell Crawford, independent scholar, Virginia, " Jefferson's Contribution to American Political Thought"
  • Charles Cullen, Newberry Library, Illinois, " Jefferson's Dinner List, 1804-1809"
  • Timothy Hackler, independent scholar, Fayetteville, Arkansas, "Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton"
  • Matthew Hale, Mississippi State University, "Neither Britons nor Frenchmen: The French Revolution and American National Identity"
  • Aki Kalliomaki, University of California-Santa Cruz, "'The Most God-provoking Democrats on This Side of Hell': The United Irishmen in the Early American Republic"
  • Vassiliki Karali, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, " Thomas Jefferson and the Episcopal Church, 1760-1790"
  • Cynthia Keirner, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, "Biography of Martha Jefferson Randolph" 
  • Catherine Kerrison, Villanova University, Pennsylvania, "Martha and Maria Jefferson and the Republic of Letters"
  • Peter Nicolaisen, Flensburg University, Germany, " Jefferson and the Dutch Patriots"
  • Kirsten Phimister, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, "Religion and the Anti-federalists"
  • Lynn Rainville, DAACS Fellowship, Sweet Briar College, Virginia, "A Model to Predict the Distribution of Slave-Related Architecture, Features, and Artifacts on Late 18 th and 19 th Century Piedmont Plantations"
  • Sandra Rebok, Instituto De Historia, Spain, "Alexander von Humboldt: The Personal Relationship and Ideological Link between two Exponents of the Enlightenment"
  • Douglas Sanford, DAACS Fellowship, Mary Washington College, Virginia, "Examining the Nature and Structure of Slave Quarters' Yards and Comparison of Architectural Evidence for Slave Holding"  
  • Mary Lee Settle Tazewell, independent scholar, "The Early Years of Thomas Jefferson"
  • James Thompson, independent scholar, Virginia, "Beyond the Veil of Reason: Thomas Jefferson's Political Development-A Study in Three Parts"  
  • Jack Vanens, independent scholar, Colorado, "Why FDR Portrayed Himself as the New Thomas Jefferson"

2003

  • Deborah Allen, Monticello-McNeil Fellow, "'Acquiring Knowledge of Our Own Continent': Geopolitics, Science, and Jeffersonian Geography, 1783-1804"
  • Luigi Marco Bassani, University of Milan, Italy, "Thomas Jefferson's Political Thought"
  • Thomas Baughn, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., "Documenting the Historical Development of Thomas Jefferson's Libraries with the Founding Era Libraries Database"
  • Natalie Bober, independent scholar, New York, "Thomas Jefferson: Man on a Mountain"
  • Andrew Burstein, University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, "New Approaches to Jefferson's Retirement Years"
  • Martin Clagett, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, "William Small, Jefferson's professor at the College of William and Mary"
  • Nancy Isenberg, University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, "The Sexual Politics of Aaron Burr"
  • Douglas Sanford, DAACS Fellowship, Mary Washington College, Virginia, "Slave Quarters' Yards and Comparison of Architectural Evidence for Slave Holding"  
  • Finn Pollard, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, "In Search of 'This New Man, the American': Literary Concepts of American National Identity, 1782-1832"
  • Cassandra Pybus, University of Tasmania, Australia, "Black Caesar, the Story of a Runaway Slave Who Defected to the British in 1781"
  • Richard Samuelson, Center for the Study of Human Settlement and Historical Change, National University of Ireland- Galway
  • Hannah Spahn, Free University, Germany, " Jefferson's Vision of the Future and the Dialectics of the Master-Slave Relationship"
  • Tatiana Van Riemsdijk, Fulbright Fellow, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, "Saving Souls and Solving Slavery: Reform Politics of Chesapeake Evangelicals, 1790-1830"
  • Albert Zambone, Saint Cross College, Oxford University, England, "'According to Their Usual Custom': Popular Anglicanism in Colonial Virginia, 1688-1776"

2002

  • George Boudreau, Pennsylvania State University, "Teaching Thomas Jefferson: The American Studies Representative American Approach and Twenty-First Century American College Students"
  • Louis Cellauro, independent scholar, France, "Thomas Jefferson's Architectural Library"
  • Frank Cogliano, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, " Jefferson's Image and Reputation in the Historical Mind since 1945"
  • Kirt von Daacke, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, "Reconstruction of the Rural Neighborhood: An Analysis of Community in Pre-Civil War Virginia"
  • Linda Frey, University of Montana, "The Revolutionary Challenge to the International Order: The United States and France"
  • Marsha Frey, Kansas State University, "The Revolutionary Challenge to the International Order: The United States and France"
  • Nina Gladziuk, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland, " Jefferson and the 17 th Century English Political Debate"
  • Jonathan Gross, DePaul University, Illinois, " Jefferson's Zanadu: Pursuing Happiness in English and American Literature"
  • Elizabeth Cherry Jones, textile artist, Virginia, "Tools and Processes Used by African-Americans in Plantation Textile Production at Monticello and Similar Sites"
  • Martha King, Princeton University, New Jersey, "Clementina Rind and Print Culture in Jefferson's Virginia"
  • William Merkel, Oxford University, England, "Universal Liberty and African Slavery: A Re-evaluation of Thomas Jefferson"
  • James Read, Saint John's University, New York, " John C. Calhoun and the Double-Edged Legacy of Thomas Jefferson"
  • Nancy Rhoden, University of Southern Indiana, "Gentlemen and Rebels: Elite Self Perceptions and Aristocratic Attitudes of Virginia's Gentlemen During the American Revolution"
  • Tatiana Van Riemsdijk, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, "A Final Evangelical Scare for Thomas Jefferson: White and Black Sunday Schools as Public Education, 1816-1831"
  • Zbigniew Stawrowski, Institute of Political Studies, Poland, "Philosophical Analysis of Constitutional Debate in the United States and Poland"
  • James Walvin, University of York, England, "Sites of Remembrance: Monticello and the Representation of Slavery"
  • Dayang Yraola, University of the Philippines, "Collection Based Education Programs in House Museums"
  • Phillip Ziesche, Yale University, Connecticut, "American Expatriates in European Networks of Revolution and Counter-Revolution, 1789-1803"

2001

  • Jeremy Bailey, Boston College, Massachusetts, "The Republican Executive: Thomas Jefferson and the Development of Presidential Power"
  • Sid Ewer, Southwest Missouri State University, "Thomas Jefferson's Noble Farmer versus Economic Realities, 1809-1826"
  • Rachel Fletcher, New York School of Interior Design, "An American Vision in Harmony: Geometric Proportions in Thomas Jefferson's Rotunda"
  • Alan Gibson, Saint Ambrose University, Iowa, "The Jeffersonians and the Development of the Modern Conception of Public Opinion"
  • Susanne Cooper Guasco, College of William and Mary, Virginia, "Managing Memory: Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and the Legacy of the Founders"
  • Ari Helo, University of Tampere, Finland, "After the Revolution: The Ethical Promises of Republican Thought in a Slave Society, 1790-1800"
  • Stephen Hodin, Boston University, Massachusetts
  • Benjamin Irving, Brandeis University, Massachusetts, "Representative Men: A Cultural History of the Continental Congress"
  • James Lewis, Jr ., Louisiana State University, "The Burr Conspiracy of 1805-1807"
  • Sarah Hand Meachum, University of Virginia
  • Gary Moulton, University of Nebraska, "Editing the Journals of Lewis and Clark"
  • Carolyn Powell, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, "In the Eye of the Master: Love, Miscegenation, and Murder in the American South"
  • Tatiana Van Riemsdijk, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, "Aging Founding Fathers and Aggressive Evangelical Crusaders: Reconsidering Virginia's Religious Landscape, 1810-€“1830"
  • James Sofka, University of Virginia, " Jefferson and International Relations in the Late Eighteenth Century"
  • Peter Thompson, Saint Cross College, Oxford University, England, " Jefferson and the Anglo-Saxons"
  • Zoltan Vajda, U niversity of Szeged, Hungary, "The Political Philosophies of Thomas Jefferson and John C. Calhoun"
  • Christopher Young, University of Illinois-Chicago, "Public Opinion and the Culture of Freedom in Post-Revolutionary America"

2000

  • Maureen Conklin, Beloit College, Wisconsin, "Power in the Piedmont: Litigation and Political Culture in the 18 th Century Rural Virginia"
  • Michael Conlin, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, "Citizen Pierre-Auguste Adet and Thomas Jefferson: Science and Republicanism in the Early Republic"
  • André Corboz, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale, Switzerland, "The Cultural Sources of the American Territorial Grid System"
  • Carol Cullen, Clark University, Massachusetts, "An Interpretive Biography of Thomas Jefferson's Granddaughter, Ellen Randolph Coolidge"
  • Xiao Hua Feng, Jiangxi Normal University, China, "Thomas Jefferson's Democratic Thought and Press Reform"
  • Anthony Iaccarino, Reed College, Oregon, " Virginia and the National Contest Over Slavery in the Early Republic"
  • Emily Kasper, University of Louisville, Kentucky, "In Detail: A Roman Analysis of Thomas Jefferson's ' Academical Village'"
  • Susan Kern, College of William and Mary, Virginia, "Shadwell: The Material Culture and Social History of a Virginia Plantation"
  • David Konig, Washington University, Missouri, "Legal Commonplace Book of Thomas Jefferson"
  • Charlene Boyer Lewis, Widener University, Pennsylvania, "Study of Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte (1785-1879) and the New Republic"
  • Zuochang Liu, Sandong Teachers University, China, "Jefferson in Pursuit of a Democratic Arcadia"
  • Robert McDonald, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, "Lost and Found: Thomas Jefferson's Newspaper Scrapbooks"
  • Charles Miller, Lake Forest College, Illinois, " Jefferson and the Nautical Metaphor" and a pamphlet on the paintings of Nathaniel K. Gibbs
  • Simon Newman, University of Glasgow, Scotland, "The Embodiment of Poverty in the Age of Jefferson"
  • Laura Sayre, Princeton University, New Jersey, "Some Versions of Georgic: Culture and Agriculture in 18 th Century Britain and America"
  • Brian Steele, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, "Something 'New Under the Sun': Thomas Jefferson, the Union, and the Intellectual Construction of America"
  • Andrew Trees, Rhodes College, Tennessee, "Thomas Jefferson as a Writer"
  • Evaither Ben Zedeff, International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism, Israel, "Thomas Jefferson and Freedom of the Press"

1999

  • Malick Ghachem, Stanford University and Harvard Law School, "Slavery, Legal Reform, and the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic Revolutions: A Comparative Study of Jefferson and Moreau de Saint-Méry"
  • Thomas Kinnahan, West Virginia University, "Framing the View: The American Landscape and Narratives of Western Expansion"
  • Jon Kukla, New Orleans University, Louisiana, " Narrative History of the Louisiana Purchase"
  • Michael McDonnell, University of Wales, Wales, "The Politics of Popular Mobilization in Revolutionary Virginia: Military Culture and Political and Social Relations"
  • Tsutomu Numaoka, Niigata Sangyo University, Japan, "Thomas Jefferson' s Policies Concerning Slave Gardens and a Study of Slave Gardening Practices"
  • Ellen Fernandez Sacco, University of California-Berkeley, "Racial Displays: Creating National Identity in the Cultural Landscape of the Early Republic"
  • Andrea Scheider, University of Bonn, Germany, " Jefferson and "Happiness" in the 18th Century"
  • Holly Cowan Shulman, University of Maryland, "Women and Washington Society during the Administration of Thomas Jefferson, 1801-1809"
  • James Simon, New York University School of Law, "Jefferson and Marshall"

1998

  • Garry Apgar, Yale University, Connecticut, The Voltaire Society of America, " Jefferson's Interest in Voltaire and the Shared Affinities Between the Two"
  • B. Ramesh Babu, American Studies Research Centre, Osmania University, India, "Study of Jefferson Ideas of Democracy in Modern India"
  • Douglas Chambers, University of Memphis, Tennessee, "Africanisms in the
    Slave Communities at Monticello"
  • Saul Cornell, Ohio State University, "Exploration of the American Reception and Perception of Monticello"
  • Bryan Clark Green, National Park Service, Washington, D.C. and University of Virginia, "The Making of a Capital City: The Architecture and Urban Landscape of Richmond, Virginia, 1779-1820 and Examining Thomas Jefferson's Role in Richmond's Development"
  • Ekkehart Krippendorff, Free University of Berlin, Germany, "The Parallel Lives of Thomas Jefferson and J.W. Goethe"
  • Csaba Lévai, Lajos Kossuth University, Hungary, "Biography of Thomas Jefferson for a Hungarian Audience, Focusing on His Political Philosophy"
  • Maria Cristina Loi, Politechnico di Milano, Italy, "The Design and Construction of the University of Virginia and Thomas Jefferson's Influence on European Architecture"
  • Nikita Pokrovsky, Moscow State University, Russia, " Jefferson's Classic Papers" and "Jefferson Speaks to Us"
  • Daniel Royot, University of Paris-Sorbonne, France, Thomas Jefferson's frontier policies in relation to the Spanish frontier and the French heritage
  • Marco Sioli, University of Milan, Italy, "Thomas Jefferson's Interest, Travel, Friendships, Agricultural Inspirations, Arts and Literature, Diplomacy, and Impact in Italy"
  • James Sofka, University of Virginia, "The Jeffersonian Idea of National Security: Commerce, the Atlantic Balance of Power, and the Barbary War, 1786-1805"
  • Roger Stein, University of Virginia, "The Artist in His Museum: Copley, Peale, and Thomas Jefferson"
  • Marie Tyler-McGraw, National Park Service, Washington, D.C., "Thomas Jefferson's Relationship to the American Colonization Society During the Period 1800-1826"

1997

  • Cameron Addis, University of Texas-Austin, "Jefferson, Madison and the Early History of the University of Virginia"
  • Andrew Burstein, University of Northern Iowa
  • James Heath, Pepperdine University, California "Thomas Jefferson's Education"
  • Malcolm Kelsall, University of Wales, Wales 
  • James Lanshe, University of Wales, Wales, "The Development of Political Thought Contained in the Declaration of Independence"
  • Peter Nicolaisen, Flensburg University, Germany
  • Malcolm Sylvers, State University at Venice, Italy, "Jefferson's Retirement Years at Monticello and the Status of Capitalist Development at the End of His Life"
  • Anatoly Utkin, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia, "Thomas Jefferson: A Biography"
  • Jennings Wagoner, University of Virginia
  • Patricia West, State University of New York-Albany

1996

  • Colin Bonwick, Keele University, England
  • David Reynolds, London University, England
  • Hartmut Wasser, Weingarten and Tübingen Universities, Germany

1995

  • W. Howard Adams, independent scholar
  • Joseph Ellis, Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts
  • David McCullough, independent scholar
  • Nikita Pokrovsky, Moscow State University, Russia
  • Herbert Sloan, Barnard College, New York

Barringer Fellows (middle and high school teachers):

2012

  • Ewan McCallam, John O'Gaunt Community Technical College,'Bigotry is the disease of ignorance’: How does Jefferson’s relationship with the slave trade shape our perspectives?”
  • James Newman, The Hawken School, Gates Mills, OH “An Architectural Revolutionary”
  • Dan Pulskamp, Prince George High School, Prince George,  VA, “Fire Bell in the Night”
  • Robert Long, Quaker Valley Middle School,  Sewickley, PA, “Personal Morals vs. Political Moves”
  • Joanne Howard, Summer Creek Middle School, Crowley, TX, “Slavery and the Legacy of Thomas Jefferson”
  • Brian Kellet, Algonquin Regional High School Northborough, MA, “ Jefferson and the Press”
  • William Gilluly, John C. Vanderburg Elementary School, Henderson, NV “Thomas Jefferson-Patient”
  • Sarah Segal, Hood River Middle School, Hood River, OR, “Roll On Columbia!”: Exploring Lewis & Clark’s Corps of Discovery in Collage and Song”
  • Mathew Martin, Western Albemarle High School, Crozet, VA, “Liberty of the Whole Earth”

2011

  • Jennifer Bergevin, Clarence B. Lamb Elementary School, Lawrenceville, NJ, "The Music of Monticello: A Fourth Grade Music Unit."
  • Annmarie Ford, British Association of American Studies, “Slave Narratives at Monticello.”
  • Michael Klapka, Largo Senior High School, Largo, FL. "Diffusion of Knowledge: Thomas Jefferson & Public Education."

2010

  • Vic Henningsen, Phillips Andover Academy, "Political Leadership in 18th Century America"
  • Marian Jackson, Opelousas, LA, "Jefferson's Time as US Minister to France"
  • Keely Leggour, Ramapo Indian Hills High School, Oak Ridge, NJ, "Jefferson and the Embargo Act of 1807"

2009

  • Christopher Bates, United Kingdom, “Thomas Jefferson and George Marshall lesson plans”
  • David Chamberlain, Kearsarge, New Hampshire , “Jefferson’s Perspective on the Ohio Region lesson plans”
  • Beth Doughty, La Center, Washington ,“Thomas Jefferson and James Madison supplemental classroom text”
  • Mike Kleiner, Vancouver, Washington, “Thomas Jefferson and James Madison supplemental classroom text”

2008

  • Laurel Gillette, Red Hill Elementary School, North Garden, Virginia, “Classical influences on Thomas Jefferson “
  • Thomas Haward, Oriel High School, Crawley, West Sussex, England , “Lesson units on “Relations with the American Colonies and the War of Independence c.1740 – 1789.” and “The Slave Trade: Slavery and the Anti-Slavery Campaigns, c. 1770 – 1833.”
  • Marsha Klosterman, Siuslaw Middle School, Florence, Oregon, “Jefferson the naturalist and the Lewis and Clark expedition”
  • Dr. David Naccari, KIPP McDonough 15 School for the Creative Arts, New Orleans, Louisiana, “Creole and African American influences on Monticello and Jeffersonian president’s house culinary practices”

2007

  • John Lum, Pennsylvania, "Plantation Economy"
  • Catriona Paul, Glasgow, Scotland, selected by The British Association for American Studies, "Revolution in the Classroom: Teaching American History (1763-87) in British Schools"
  • Alan Wind, Georgia, "Replicating the Gardens of Monticello"

2006

  • Katherine Cooper, Manchester, England, selected by The British Association for American Studies
  • Jeffrey Hinton, Nevada, "Discovering the American West: The Frontier of Jefferson's Imagination"
  • Tristin Koch, Colorado, "Thomas Jefferson WebQuest"

2005

  • Peter Vermilyea, Connecticut, "Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton"
  • K. Wise Whitehead, Maryland, "Jefferson's Racial Policies"

2004

  • Jeff Welch, California , "Debating Independence"
  • Joe Morrison, Wisconsin, Elementary Lesson Plan: "Our American Leaders"; Middle School Lesson Plan: "Thomas Jefferson, Drafting the Declaration of Independence, and the American Revolution"; High School Lesson Plan: "Social Theory and Thomas Jefferson"
     

Gilder Lehrman Fellows:

  • Armin Mattes, 2012-2013, Eberhard-Karls-University of Tuebingen, Germany, “’Citizens of a Common Intellectual Homeland:’ The Transatlantic Context of the Origins of American Democracy and Nationhood, 1775-1840.”
  • Andrew Struan, 2011-2012, University of Glasgow, “The American Question: Edmund Burke, the British Parliament, and the Coming Revolution, 1763-1776.” 
  • John Ragosta, 2010-2011, Ph.D., University of Virginia, “The Virginia Statute for Establishing Religious Freedom: Jefferson’s Legacy, Our Heritage.”
  • Christa Dierksheide, 2009-2010, University of Virginia, “The Amelioration of Slavery in the Anglo-American Imagination, 1770-1840.”
  • Hannah Spahn, 2008-2009, John F. Kennedy Institute for American Studies, Free University of Berlin, “Jefferson’s Conceptions of Time & History.”
  • Matthew Hale, 2007-2008, Goucher College, Maryland, "Neither Britons nor Frenchmen: The French Revolution and American National Identity'
  • Martin Clagett, September 2006-May 2007, Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Richmond, "William Small, 1734-1775: Teacher, Mentor, Scientist"
  • Philipp Ziesche, September 2005-May 2006, Yale University, Connecticut, "Americans in Paris in the Age of Revolution, 1788-1800"
  • Douglas Bradburn, September 2004-May 2005, University of Chicago, "Revolutionary Politics, Nationhood, and the Problem of American Citizenship, 1787-1804"
  • Leonard Sadosky, September 2003-May 2004, University of Virginia, "Revolutionary Negotiations: An Intellectual and Cultural History of American Diplomacy with Europe and American Indians in the Age of Franklin and Jefferson"
  • Jan Ellen Lewis, January-April 2003, Rutgers University, New Jersey, "Jefferson's America: A History of the United States, 1760-1840"
  • Anthony Iaccarino, September 2002-May 2003, Reed College, Oregon, " Virginia and the National Contest over Slavery and Race in the Early Republic, 1776-1835"
  • James Lewis, Jr., August 2002-January 2003, University of Pennsylvania, "'Enveloped in Mystery': Making Sense of the Burr Conspiracy"

University of Virginia Dissertation Fellows:

  • David Flaherty, 2013-2014, “Envisioning the British Atlantic:  Strategies for Settlement and Sovereignty on the North American and Caribbean Frontiers, 1700-1763”
  • Nicholas Wood, 2012-2013, “Questions of Humanity and Expediency: The Slave Trades and the African Colonization Movement in the Early Republic”
  • Randi Lewis, 2011-2012, “To ‘the most distant parts of the Globe’: Trade, Politics, and the Maritime Frontier in the Early Republic, 1763-1819”
  • Armin Mattes, 2010-2011, “Citizens of a common intellectual homeland : the transatlantic context of the origins of American democracy and nationhood, 1775-1840”
  • Lawrence B. A. Hatter, 2009-2010, “Channeling the spirit of enterprise : commercial interests and state formation in the early American West, 1763-1825”
  • Adam Jortner, 2008-2009, “Reign of witches: a political history of American miracles, 1780-1840”
  • Taylor Stoermer, 2007-2008, “Thomas Jefferson, John Randolph, and the Empire of Imagination: Disaffection in Revolutionary Virginia, 1770-1776.
  • Christa Dierksheide, 2006-2007, "The Amelioration of Slavery in the Anglo-American Imagination, ca. 1770-1840"
  • Brian Murphy, 2005-2006, "The Politics Corporations Make: The Interests, Corporations and Enterprises That Made America Partisan, 1780-1840"
  • Katherine Woltz, 2004-2005, "Framing the New Republic: History Painting and American Cultural Politics, 1786-1826"
  • Cheryl Collins, 2003-2004, "A Note on Confederacies: Sister States, Sibling Rivalries, and the American State System, 1776-1800"
  • Robert Parkinson, 2002-2003, "Tories, Savages, and Negroes: The Revolutionary War and American Racism"
  • Brian Schoen, 2001-2002, History, "An Ambiguous Union: the Cotton South, the British Empire, and the Development of American Political Economy, 1787-1861"
  • Leonard Sadosky, 2000-2001, History, "Revolutionary Negotiations: Indians, Empires, and Diplomats in the Founding of America"
  • Richard Samuelson, 1999-2000, History, "The Adams Family Biography"
  • Andrew Trees, 1998-1999, History, "A Character to Establish: Personal and National Identity in the New American Nation"
  • Kevin Gutzman, 1997-1998, History
  • Joanne Freeman, 1996-1997, Anthropology
  • Drake Patten, 1995-1996, Anthropology

Travel Grants:

2010

  • Craig Blackman, AP US History, Indian River High School, Chesapeake, VA. “Virginians’ response to the Patriot movement from 1763-1776.”
  • Natalie Feder, Academic Advisor/Instructor, Ph.D. candidate, Agricultural Communication Program, Department of Youth Development and Agricultural Education, Purdue University, “Jefferson’s Contributions to Agricultural Literature.”
  • Kara Gentile, M.A. candidate (December 2009), liberal studies, University of Michigan-Dearborn, “Jefferson, Architecture and the Construction of the Ideal Daughter.”

2009

  • Kenneth Carstens, Professor Emeritus, History, Murray State University, “Thomas Jefferson's Gardens.”
  • Kara Gentile, University of Michigan-Dearborn, “Jefferson, Architecture and the Construction of the Ideal Daughter.”
  • Mark Dewalt, Winthrop University, “Early Education Project.”

2008

  • Mark DeWalt, Ph.D. Director of Graduate Studies, Bank of America Professor, Educational Research, Winthrop University. “A coloring/activity book on the life and times of Thomas Jefferson.”

2005

  • Jack Vanens, independent scholar, "Why FDR Portrayed Himself as the New Thomas Jefferson" 
  • Cynthia Kierner, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, "Martha Jefferson Randolph"  
  • Melanie Miller, Gouverneur Morris Papers, "Gouverneur Morris and Thomas Jefferson"

2004

  • George Boudreau, Pennsylvania State University, "Thomas Jefferson and His Life in Philadelphia"  
  • Mark Levitch, University of Pennsylvania, "The Thomas Jefferson Foundation's Sponsorship of the Pantheon de la Guerre  
  • Mary Lou Reker, Library of Congress, "A Look at the Botanical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition as Inspired by Thomas Jefferson"  
  • Rachel Sternberg, College of Wooster, Ohio, "The Attitudes of Athenians and Southerners toward Slavery"

2003

  • Max Edling, Uppsala University, Sweden, "Financing War in Jefferson's America" 
  • Chad Keller, Savannah College of Art and Design, Georgia, a detailed computer generated graphic of the ruins at Barboursville, the Jefferson designed home of James Barbour in Orange County, Virginia 
  • Robert Reich, Stanford University, California, "'The Key-Stone of the Arch of the Government': Jefferson's Educational Theory and Political Philosophy"

2002

  • Nathan Campbell, George Washington's Mount Vernon, Virginia, "Why Thomas Jefferson Rarely Dined Alone: Food, Politics, and the Construction of a Southern Dining Space"
  • Mary Lou Reker, Library of Congress, "A Look at the Botanical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition as Inspired by Thomas Jefferson"

2001

  • Johannah Aiken, California, "Handbook on Jefferson's Vision of Republican-American Architecture at Monticello" 
  • Thomas Baughn, Catholic University of America, "Thomas Jefferson's Library of 1783" 
  • John Janowiak, Appalachian State University, "Thomas Jefferson's Medicine" 
  • Steven Lloyd, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Scotland, "Maria Cosway" 
  • Peter Nicolaisen, Flensburg University, Germany, "Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson: Issues of Race and Miscegenation"

2000

  • Michael Conlin, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, "Citizen Pierre-Auguste Adet and Thomas Jefferson: Science and Republicanism in the Early Republic"
  • Emily Kasper, University of Louisville, Kentucky, "In Detail: A Roman Analysis of Thomas Jefferson's 'Academical Village'"
  • Robert Reich, Assistant Professor of Ethics and Political Science, Stanford University, Stanford, California, "'The Key-Stone of the Arch of the Government': Jefferson's Educational Theory and Political Philosophy" 
  • André Corboz, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale, Switzerland, "The Cultural Sources of the American Territorial Grid System
  • Jon Kulka, Ph.D. candidate, New Orleans, A narrative History of the Louisiana Purchase
  • Kathryn Kelley, Ohio State University, Ohio, "The Rhetoric of Heritage Tourism: Community Identity and Tradition in Charlottesville, Virginia"

1999

  • Andrea Scheider, University of Bonn, Germany, "Jefferson and 'Happiness' in the 18th Century"
  • James Simon, New York University School of Law, "Jefferson and Marshall"

1998

  • James Heath, Pepperdine University, California, "Thomas Jefferson's Education"
  • James Lanshe, University of Wales, Wales, "The Development of Political Thought Contained in the Declaration of Independence"

1997

  • James Simon, New York University School of Law, "Jefferson and Marshall"

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