Phi Alpha Theta (ΦΑΘ) is proud to announce this year’s prize and award winners in special recognition of their significant accomplishments in 2022.

We sincerely thank you for your hard work and dedication to upholding PAT’s mission statement: “to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication, and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians.”

These winners represent this year’s undergraduate and graduate students that went above and beyond that call to action. Congrats!

CONGRATULATIONS WINNERS

DOCTORAL

Katherine Fapp– University of Arizona

Sofia Paschero– University of South Florida

GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS

Inbar Michael– University of California-Irvine

Alyssa M. Moore– St. Olaf College

Renee Thiele– Liberty University

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

Wendi Zhou– University of Washington-Seattle

PAPER PRIZE AWARDS

Undergraduate

Lynn W. Turner Prize

Nihal Manjila, Case Western Reserve University

“Substance of Joy: Serotonin Research at Cleveland Clinic, 1948-1968”

Nels Andrew Cleven Founder’s Prize

James Lingman, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

“Death-Omens in Roman Historiography”

Nels Andrew Cleven Founder’s Prize

Wendi Zhou, University of Washington

“Translating Guilt to Commitment”: Racial and Queer Intersections in Afro-German Berlin, 1981-1992”

Graduate

George P. Hammond Prize

Marie Sarnacki, Eastern Michigan University

“The Highest Work of Civilization”: Social Reform Movements in Nineteenth-Century Michigan”

Nels Andrew Cleven Founder’s Prize

Ariel Norris, Liberty University

“The Myth of the Crocodile Dundee: The “White Australian” and the Racialization of Australian Citizenship from 1901-1958”

Nels Andrew Cleven Founder’s Prize

Fiona Stockdale, State University of New York at Brockport

“Organized White Terror Groups: The KKK, Others, and their Effectiveness”

BEST FIRST BOOK AWARD

Dr. Sabrina Thomas’s Scars of War: The Politics of Paternity and Responsibility for the Amerasians of Vietnam

BEST SUBSEQUENT BOOK AWARD

Dr. Carolina López-Ruiz’s Phoenicians and the Making of the Mediterranean

Nash Journal Prize

Print Journals (Graduate)

1-

Honorable Mention-

Print Journals (Undergraduate)

1-

Electronic Journals (Graduate)

1-

Honorable Mention-

Electronic Journals (Undergraduate)

1-