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  • Announcements

KHS Scholarly Research Fellowships

The Kentucky Historical Society is pleased to announce the recipients of the Spring 2017 KHS Scholarly Research Fellowship grants:

Kristen Fleming, University of Cincinnati “Ecological Transformations of a Well-Used River: Generating a New Ohio River in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries”

R. J. Knight, University of Reading (U.K.) “Mistresses and Maternal Exploitation in the U.S. South”

Holly Karibo, Oklahoma State University “A New Home on the Range: Drug Addiction, Treatment, and Punishment in the American West”

Verlaine McDonald, Berea College “Governor Martha Layne Collins of Kentucky: Gender, Leadership, and Intercultural Exchange”

Alexis Smith, Indiana University “Blurred Bondage: Native American and African American Slavery in the Ohio River Valley, 1600–1820

Fellowships are awarded annually in two cycles. Application deadlines for the KHS Scholarly Research Fellowship program are March 1 and September 1 each year. For more information about the KHS Scholarly [End Page 459] Research Fellowship program, visit our website: Churchill Weavers Collection (CWC) fellowships are awarded annually. The application deadline for CWC fellowships is September 1. For more information, visit our website: [End Page 460]



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