Congratulations to Sarah Barringer Gordon, Mark Fathi Massoud, and Michael Willrich for winning Guggenheims (that is, they’ve been named as John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellows). Professor Gordon's Guggenheim is supported by the Dorothy Tapper Goldman Foundation. Professor Willrich was also named an American Council of Learned Societies Fellow for "The Anarchist’s Advocate: War, Terror, and the Origins of America’s Surveillance State." H. Timothy Lovelace, Jr., and I will be Law and Public Affairs Fellows at the Woodrow Wilson Center at Princeton University next year, where we’ll be joined by (among others) Professor Massoud and Sherally Munshi, who is currently a Law Research Fellow at the Georgetown University Law Center.
Congratulations as well to Amanda Hughett, a doctoral candidate in History at Duke University, for receiving a Dissertation and Mentoring Fellowship from the Law and Society Association.
(Apologies to anyone I missed. Please let me know and I'll update.)
Update: And congratulations to Linda Przybyszewski, Notre Dame, for winning a major grant from the Spencer Foundation in support of her book-in-progress on the “Cincinnati Bible War.”