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    4 –Z:SCSS Richard StitesSenior Scholar AwardsThe Southern Conference on Slavic Studies (SCSS) was established in1962 in order to promote scholarship, education, and in all other waysto advance scholarly interest in Russian, Soviet, and East Europeanstudies in the southern region of the United States. The SCSSExecutive Council may at its discretion recognize an individual forhis/her scholarly contributions to Slavic studies. This year SCSS willrecognize…, professor of …at …, for her significant publications in thefield of Russian history with the Senior Scholar Award.  The award,named in honor of the remarkable scholar Richard Stites, will be presented to…at the SCSS annual conference in … in March 2013.YearHostAwardee, Field, University1973South CarolinaW. W. Kulski, Political Science, Duke University1974NashvilleSerge A. Zenkovsky, Slavic Languages & Literatures, Vanderbilt University1975AtlantaJohn Shelton Curtiss, History, Duke University1976VirginiaNo award1977BirminghamWalther Kirchner, History, University of Delaware1978Chapel HillKazimierz Grzybowski, Law, Duke University1979New OrleansAlex Dragnich, Political Science, Vanderbilt University1980MarylandGeorge A. Lensen, History, Florida State UniversityC. Jay Smith, History, Florida State University1981KentuckyMary Barbara Zeldin, Philosophy, Hollins University1982Wash, D.C.Kurt Rosenbaum, History, West Virginia University1983AtlantaVictor S. Mamatey, History, University of Georgia1984RichmondSam Baron, History, UNC-Chapel Hill1985Wash. D.C.Thomas T. Hammond, History, University of VirginiaJesse Zeldin, Slavic Languages & Literatures, Hollins University1986New OrleansNo award1987Chapel HillPaul Debreczeny, Slavic Languages & Literatures, UNC-Chapel Hill1988CharlestonNo award1989VirginiaGertrude Schroeder Greenslade, Economics, University of Virginia1991SavannahRichard Stites, History, Georgetown University1992JacksonvilleRadomir Luza, History, Tulane UniversityRobert D. Warth, History, University of Kentucky1993AtlantaWalter Arndt, Slavic Languages & Literatures, Dartmouth College1994NorfolkVladimir Treml, Economics, Duke University1995MobileDavid MacKenzie, History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro1996AshevilleNo award1997LexingtonJames Falen, Slavic Languages & Literatures, University of Tennessee1998Chapel HillHugh Ragsdale, History, University of Alabama2000WilmingtonMadeline Levine, Slavic Languages & Literatures, UNC-Chapel Hill2001Wash, D.C.Jay Alexander, History, University of Kansas2004RoanokeRex Wade, History, George Mason University2006South CarolinaDavid Goldfrank, History, Georgetown University2007MontgomeryDon Raleigh, History, UNC-Chapel Hill2008AtlantaNo award2010FloridaDavid Crowe, History, Elon University2011Wash, D.C.Michael Melancon, History, Auburn University2012SavannahBeth Holmgren, Slavic & Eurasian Studies, Duke University2013 UNC-Greensboro   Louise McReynolds, UNC-Chapel Hill; David Griffiths, UNC-Chapel Hill (special award for “Outstanding Service to 18th Century Studies”)SCSS Outstanding Service Award1985–20111985Washington, D.C.Rochelle Ross, Slavic Languages & Literatures, Loyola Univ-New Orleans1995MobileBetty Wheeler, History, North Carolina State University1997LexingtonWalter Sablinsky, History, University of Virginia2000WilmingtonClifford Foust, History, University of Maryland2001Washington, D.C.George Munro, History, Virginia Commonwealth University2002Daytona Beach Josef Anderle, History, UNC-Chapel Hill2003SavannahWarren Lerner, History, Duke University2005NashvilleLarry Holmes, History, University of South Alabama2009CharlottesvilleHarold Goldberg, History, Sewanee: The University of the South2011Washington, D.C.Rex Wade, History, George Mason University2012SavannahOLAVI ARENS, History, Armstrong StateSTUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDEES [NAMED IN MEMORY OF BETTY WHEELER]year; student name, college or university (professor). Title of paper.Graduate Student1979Susan K. Purves, Duke (Warren Lerner). "Towards a Soviet Labor Policy: The Railroad Workers and the Bolsheviks, 1917-21."1981David L. Geller, Emory (Tom Remington). "Modernization and the Allocation of Social Goods in the Soviet System."1983Angelia Graf, UNC (Paul Debreczeny). "The Death of Ivan Ilych."1984Edward J. Phillips, UNC (David Griffiths). "Peter Mikhailov: The Tsar-Carpenter in Holland, 1697-1698."1986Judith Ball Bruce, Virginia Commonwealth U. (George Munro). "Guilty as Charged? Towards a Hypothesis of Criticism and Response in the Russian Orthodox Church."1987Rev. James Flint, Catholic U. (Priscilla Roosevelt). "The English Catholic Reaction to the Bolshevik Revolution."1989Thomas M. Barrett, Georgetown U. (Richard Stites). "The Limits of Radicalism and Imperialism - Alexander II."1991Edward E. Roslof, UNC (Donald Raleigh). "The Renovationist Movement in the Russian Orthodox Church."1992David Nordlander, UNC (Donald Raleigh). "Gorbachev and History: Changing Perceptions of Khrushchev in the Light of Perestroika."1993Paula A. Michaels, UNC (Donald Raleigh). "Identity and Ideology: Forced Sedentarization in Kazakhstan, 1929-1933."1994Kevin Markland, UVA, (Allen Lynch), “Tectonic Foreign Policy: Russia’s New Dilemma and the Failure to Define Her Strategy in the Post Soviet World.”1995Jeff Veidlinger, Georgetown (Richard Stites), ”Soviet-Jewish Cultural Identities in 1920s Theater Art.”Marjorie L. Hilton, Univ of South Alabama (Larry Holmes), “Engendering the Revolution: Women in Soviet Posters, 1921-1928.”1999Jeff Jones, Univ of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (Don Raleigh), “People Without Definite Occupation: The Illegal Economy and Speculators in Rostov-on-the-Don 1943-1948.” Ann Keown, UNC-Chapel Hill (Laura Janda), “Polite Pronouns in Russian and Czech”Stephen Norris, UVA (Robert Geraci), "Images of 1812: The Patriotic War in Russian Culture"2003Sharon Kowalsky, UNC-Chapel Hill (Don Raleigh), “Making Sense of the Murdering Mother: Soviet Criminologists and Infanticide in Revolutionary Russia”No Award Nick Ganson, UNC-Chapel Hill (Don Raleigh),”Exploring the Causes of Child Mortality during the Soviet Famine”                                                                    No award Emily Baran, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Don Raleigh), “Communism or Armageddon?: Representations of the Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Soviet Press, 1954-1985”2008Anita Kondoyanidi, "The Liberating Experience: War Correspondents, Red Army Soldiers, and the Nazi Extermination Camps," Georgetown University (under Professor Richard Stites).2009no award2010Zsolt Nagy, “National Identities for Export: Hungarian, Czechoslovak, and Romanian Nationality Rooms in Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning,” UNC-Chapel Hill (under Chad Bryant)2011 Gary Guadagnolo, “Revolutionary Narrative, Revolutionary Defense: Reading Stalin’s ‘First Victim’,” UNC-Chapel Hill, Don Raleigh2013 Louis H. Porter, An Endnote to History: Julian Huxley, Soviet Scholars, and UNESCO’s History of Mankind, 1945-1967, UNC-Chapel Hill, Don RaleighUndergraduate Student: In 2006 the undergraduate student award was named in honor of Betty Wheeler, long-time SCSS member and supporter and former professor at North Carolina State University.1979Lars Olson, Eckerd College (William Parsons). "U.S. and Soviet Defense Spending and Its Effects on Society Today."1983Josephine Hicks, U. of the South (James Hart). "The Origins of the Cold War: A Study of US - Soviet Relations."1984Michael J. Potemra, Catholic U. (Priscilla Roosevelt). "Naturalism and Ambition: Karol Sidor and the Aborted Slovak Declaration of Independence of 12 March 1939."1985William Thompson, Emory (Tom Remington). "Bedfellows Make Strange Politics: Finland and the Soviet Union, 1939-1985."1989Becky Bridges, Eckerd College (William Parsons). "The Good Soldier Schweik in the Austro-Hungarian Army."1991Matthew Jackson, Florida State U. (Michael Launer). "Aktsionsarten and Russian Verbal Aspect."1992Charles Walden, U. of Georgia (Ron Rader). "Protestant Christianity in the Soviet Union Under Glasnost."1993Ron Bialkowski, Duke U. (Martin A. Miller). "The Apostle of Terror: The Logic of Terror in the Life and Novels of Boris Savinkov."1994Stephen Retherford, VA Commonwealth U, (George Munro), “The Politics of Food: An Examination of the Russian Famine of the Early 1920s and the American Response to It.”Erik Moore, UNC (Paul Debreczeny), “Sergei Sergeevich and You: Interpretive Possibility in Tertz’s Tenants.”1999 Emil Mladenov, Univ of Richmond (John Treadway), “Bulgarian-German Relations in the 1930’s.”2000 Jeff Berkson, Duke Univ (Carol Flath), “The Mirror, the Dream, and the Double: Dostoyevsky's Idealism and its Ethical Ramifications”2001 Victory Boft, Georgetown Univ (Richard Stites), "Utopia, Dystopia, and Science Fiction" Paul Prudhomme-Qurqmaz, Georgetown Univ (David Goldfrank), “The Golden Horde and the Malmuks, from Berke to Ozbek, as Revealed in Contemporary Mamluk and other Arabic Sources” (Award Shared With): Emily Winslow, Virginia Tech (Amy Nelson), “Razvitie prava zhenshchin na trud v Rossii” Jesse Andrews, North Carolina State Univ. (Jerry Surh), “Terek Cossacks, 1650-1830” No Award Michael Brown, Univ of South Carolina (Judith Kalb), “Ideology, Duality, and Progress: Yevgeny Zamyatin’s World of One State, Two Sexes, and Three Propositions” Will Gartshore, University of Maryland (Michael David-Fox), “Actors and Reactors: Russian Theater Intellectuals and Revolution”Jennifer Harkins, University of Mississippi (Dr. Valentina Iepuri), “The Social Position of Women in Russia: The Role of Mothers and Women in the Russian Family”Evan Sparling, "The Ethnic Awakening of the Ruthenian Immigrant Community in America," Dickinson College (under Professor Karl Qualls)William Campbell, “He Takes Out Terrorists in the Bathroom: The Putin Cult in Contemporary Russia,” Washington and Lee University (under Anna Brodsky)Matthew Burkhalter, “An Unholy Menagerie in Christianized Russia: The Nature of Devilry in Peasant Folklore,” University of the South (under Harold Goldberg)Tyler Adkins, The Sublimity of Delirium: The Holy Fool and the Intellectual in Moscow to the End of the Line,” Duke University, Carol ApollonioPhilip Schwartz, “Andrei Rublev and the Struggle for Its Release: Soviet International Cultural Politics in the Late 1960s,” UNC-Chapel Hill, Don RaleighRachel M. Harrison, “The Action and the Aim: A Comparison of Nietzschean War Theory to the Psychology of Survival in Lidia Ginzburg’s The Siege of Leningrad: Notes of a Survivor”, University of South Carolina, Judith Kalb)*Î
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