SMH 2022-2023 Awards and Prizes
Brian McAllister Linn
THE EDWIN H. SIMMONS MEMORIAL SERVICE AWARD
The Society for Military History Operations Staff: Vicki Turner, Ashley Kumbier, Maysan Haydar, Kurt Hackemer, Hal Friedman, C.C. Felker
DISTINGUISHED BOOK AWARDS
- U.S.: Carter Malkasian, The American War in Afghanistan: A History (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2021)
- Non-U.S.: Douglas Porch, Defeat and Division: France at War, 1939-1942 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022)
- First Book: Luke Reynolds, Who Owned Waterloo?: Battle, Memory, & Myth in British History, 1815-1852 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022)
- Trade Press: Richard Overy, Blood and Ruins: The Last Imperial War, 1931-1945 (New York, NY: Viking, 2022)
- Biography/Memoir: Alexander Mikaberidze, Kutuzov: A Life in War and Peace (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2022)
- Reference: Jonathan Abel [Translated and Annotated], Guibert’s General Essay on Tactics (Leiden: Brill, 2022)
COFFMAN FIRST MANUSCRIPT PRIZE
- Winner: Yoav Hamdani, "The Slaveholding Army: Enslaved Servitude in the United States Military, 1797-1861."
- Honorable Mention: Andrew L. Hargroder, "'A Powerful Auxiliary’: The U.S. Army and Slave Revolts in the American South, 1803-1835."
- Honorable Mention: Zack White, "Pragmatism & Discretion: Discipline in the British Army, 1808-1818."
- Baihu Duan and Rebekah Clements, “Fighting for Forests: Protection and Exploitation of Kŏje Island Timber during the East Asian War of 1592–1598”, Environmental History, 27:3 (July 2022)
- John Kuehn, “Zumwalt, Holloway, and the Soviet Navy Threat Leadership in a Time of Strategic, Social, and Cultural Change”, Journal of Advanced Military Studies, 13:2 (2022)
- Phillip Kemmerly, “Logistics of U. S. Grant's 1863 Mississippi Campaign: From the Amphibious Landing at Bruinsburg to the Siege of Vicksburg”, Journal of Military History, 86:3 (July 2022)
- Dukhee Yun, “The “Push of Pike” in Seventeenth-Century English Infantry Combat," Journal of Military History, 86:4 (October 2022)
ALLAN R. MILLETT DISSERTATION RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP AWARD
- Ayelet Marron, Rutgers University, “Bargaining for Freedom in World War II: The Laws of the Market in American-Occupied French North Africa”
- Blake McGready, The Graduate Center CUNY, “Making Nature’s Nation: The Revolutionary War and Environmental Independence in New York, 1775-1783”
RUSSELL F. WEIGLEY GRADUATE STUDENT TRAVEL GRANT AWARDS
- Annie Boniface, Harvard University - "Morale over Matter: The U.S. Military and Changing Psychiatric Practices in World War II"
- Michael Fitzpatrick, Ohio University - "Late-Cold War Land Doctrines in a Transatlantic Perspective: The United States Army and West German Heer, 1973-1982"
- Brittany Huner, University of North Texas - "The WAC is a Soldier Too:' Recruiting the Women's Military Corps During the Second World War"
- Susan Long, University of Delaware - "Prisoner of War Management in Revolutionary New York"
- Jessica Luepke, University of North Texas - "M*A*S*H*: Radar O’Reilly and Portraying the Image of American Innocence in War"
- Jorden Pitt, Texas Christian University - "Psychology, Policy, and Culture: The U.S. Air Force's Regulation of Psychological Illnesses During the Korean War"
- Benjamin Remillard, University of New Hampshire - "'We are not a conquered People but allies from the start': Military Service, Memory, and Race after the American Revolution"
JEFFREY GREY MEMORIAL TRAVEL GRANT AWARD
- Patrick John F. Mansujeto, University of the Philippines-Diliman - "The Legacy Ships of the Philippine Navy, Strategic Lesson and Memorialization"