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Loyola University Chicago

Department of History

Past Winners

ROBERT W. McCLUGGAGE AWARD LIST

 

2014


Steven Catania, "Physicians and Courtiers: Gatekeepers of Information During the Long Eighteenth Century"

 

2013

Matthew Janeczko, “We Desire Death’ War, Terror, and the Chechen Jihad”

 

2012

Matthew Janeczko, “Deliverer or Destroyer: 19th Century Perceptions of the Russian Peasantry”

 

2011

Kaitlin Pontzer, “The Conduct of Enemies:  Emotions in Partisan Politics During the Reign of Queen Anne”

 

2010

Thomas Greene, "De filii irae facit filios Dei": Emotional Transformation in the Carolingian Baptismal Ritual”

 

2009

Joel F. Yoder, “A Philosopher of the Future Herbert Spencer and His American Audience, 1850-1885”

 

2008

Adam Shprintzen, "Poets of Bran and Pumpkins:  Grahamism, the American Vegetarian Society and the Rise of Personal Political Consciousness in the Antebellum North”

 

2007

Daniel O’Gorman, “Elevating Edmund, 869-1200:  Developing the Cult of an Anglo Saxon Saint”

 

2006

Marc Dluger, “The Cultural Impact of Star Wars Action Figures”

 

2005

Dejan Kralj, “National Unity or Disarray:  Ethnonational Identity and Construction Among the Bosnian, Croat and Serb Diaspora”

 

2004

Dejan Kralj, “Atom Bombs and Cold Wars: Ray Bradbury and the Emergence of Dystopia in Post-World War II America”

 

2003

Jilana Ordman, “Viriliter et sine Timore:  Fear and Courage Among the First Crusaders, 1095 to 1099"

 

 2002

Nona P. Martin, “Race to the Finish: The Story of Loyola 1963 Basketball Season and Its Place in the Civil Rights Movement”

 

2001

Tim Lacy, “Toward the Great Books: the Early Thought of Mortimer Adler”

 

2000

Matthew P. Szromba, "The Civil Courts of the Verge:  the Marshalsea and the Palace Court”  Alan G. Zola, "Pope Nicholas I and Monasticism in 863"

 

1999

David MacLaren, “Black Skin over Red Blood:  African-American Protests during the Second World War”

 

1998

Mark Long, “Speaking of Disease:  The Black Lung Movement and the Tradition of Social Medicine”

 

1997

Michael O’Malley, “Local Relief During the Great Irish Famine 1845-50: The Case of Castlebar, County May, 1846-1947"

 

1996

Scott Newman, “Preferred Customers:  Social-Group Identities in the Chicago Department-Store Advertising, 1900-1930"

 

1995

Joseph O’Grady, Chicago’s Reaction to the Tet Offensive:  The Cover of the City’s Three Major Newspapers After the January, 1968 Communist Attacks”

 

1994

David Groeninger, “Chicago:  Ben Hecht Style”

 

1993

Lana Kubiatowski, “Crime in Ireland During the Great Famine:  Acts of Rebellion or Acts of Survival?”

 

1992

Catherine Candy, “Margaret Cousins, ‘Mother India’ and the Ideal ‘Femaculine’: an Irish Orientalism Feminist in India”

 

1991

Julia Foulkes, “The Theatre Ascends as Chicago Grows 1837-71"

 

1990

Kathleen Toerpe, “Shopping Centers:  The New Town Squares”

 

 

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