Missouri Conference on History > Awards > Graduate Student Paper Prize

Student Paper Prize

  The Missouri Conference on History presents a $250 prize for the best student paper presented at each annual conference.

  Students who wish to be considered for this prize should submit an electronic version of the completed paper of between 3,000 and 4,000
  words to:

The deadline for receipt of nominations was February 24, 2014.

Prize Recipients

2014

Danielle Nicole Griego, University of Missouri, "Suicide and Misadventure in Coroners' Rolls for the City of Oxford in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries"

2013

Paula Hunt, University of Missouri-Columbia, “Elijah Lovejoy: Publishing, Faith, and Abolition in 1830s St. Louis.”

2012

Sarah Lirley McCune, University of Missouri-Columbia, “Prostitution, Suicide, and Respectability: St. Louis, Missouri, Coroner’s Inquests, 1875-1900.”

2011

Michael A. Ridge Jr., University of Iowa, “The Future Great City of the World Seeks to Fulfill Its Destiny with Mexico, St. Louis and Mexico, 1878-1907.”

2010

Joshua M. Nygren, University of Kansas, “Making the Most Use of the Best Land: The Evolution of the Rural Zoning Idea in Northern Wisconsin, 1925-1945.”

2009

Jeffrey D. Howison, Binghamton University, “‘This Is Not a Cotton-Picker’s Dream’: The National Commission on Constitutional Government and the Formation of the ‘New Right.’”

 

Lynn and Kristen Morrow Missouri History Student Prize

  The annual Morrow Missouri History Student Prize is a $150 prize for the best student paper on an aspect of Missouri history presented at the
  conference.

  Students who wish to be considered for this prize should submit an electronic version of the completed paper of between 3,000 and 4,000
  words to:

Brian Rogers
Missouri State Archives
PO Box 1747
Jefferson City, MO 65102
brian.rogers@sos.mo.gov

The deadline for receipt of nominations is February 24, 2014.

 

 

Prize Recipients

2014

Amy L. Fluker, University of Mississippi, "'We Cannot Live on Memories': Missouri's Homes for Civil War Veterans, 1890-1950"

2013

Sarah Lirley McCune, University of Missouri-Columbia, “Dishonor, Desertion, and Suicide: Respectability and Death Investigations in Late Nineteenth-Century St. Louis.”

2012

Luke Ritter, Saint Louis University, “Racial Discrimination in the Open Housing Movement, St. Louis County, 1968-1977.”

2011

Clinton McDuffie, University of Missouri-Kansas City, “Sports and Nationalism: The 1904 St. Louis Olympics and National Identity.”