Grossman Family Award

This is a special award from the University of Michigan Department of History, which “recognizes the UM undergraduate author of an outstanding paper or article published in the student-operated Michigan Journal of History. It is to be awarded annually.” We appreciate the support from the department and want to honor past winners:

  • 2016: Connor Liskey, “21st Century Maoists: Leftist Militancy and the Politics of Anachronism in Postcolonial South Asia,” Michigan Journal of History, vol. XII, issue 1 (Winter 2016)
  • 2015: Christopher Hunt, “The Pergamon Altar in Wilhelmine Context: The Cultural and Imperial Ambition of the New German Empire,” Michigan Journal of History, vol. XI, issue 2 (Winter 2015), 113-29
  • 2014: Jack Fuller, “Labor Politics and Historical Memory of 1989,” Michigan Journal of History, vol. X, issue 2 (Winter 2014), 31-38
  • 2013: Elana Firsht, “’Assembly Line Americanization’: Henry Ford’s Progressive Politics,” Michigan Journal of History, vol. IX, issue 1 (Fall 2012)
  • 2010: Megan Muma, “Manet’s Jesus,” Michigan Journal of History, vol. VI, issue 2 (Winter 2009)