George Boyd Martin-Vegue, a Latin American specialist and former faculty member at FSU, left a generous donation to the department that funds this graduate research fellowship.
Prof. Martin-Vegue received his PhD from UT Austin in 1951.
|Fall 2019||John Cable||"Decolonization and Southern Society: Land, Labour and Race in East-Central Mississippi"|
|Fall 2018||Sarah Patterson||"The Few, The Proud: Gender and the Marine Corps Body”|
|Spring 2018||Jan-Ruth Mills||“Messerschmitt Production and Slave Labor”|
|Fall 2017||Richard Soash||"Tempered Inclusion: Syrian-Lebanese and Armenian Mobility in the Progressive Era"|
|Spring 2017||Chris Osmar||
“Now I am in Distant Germany, It Could be that I Will Die”: Colonial Precedent, Wartime Contingency, and Crisis Mentality in the Transition from Subjugation to Decimation of Foreign Workers in the Nazi Ruhr
|Fall 2016||Rebecca Shriver||"Beyond the Count, the Guru, and Radical Feminists: Women in Interwar Organizations that Supported European Integration"|
|Spring 2016||Arad Gigi||"Fortifying Colonialism: Colonial State and Society in the French Caribbean, 1660-1789"|
|Fall 2015||J. Hendry Miller||"Southern Intrusions: Native Assertions of Sovereignty in the Early Republic"|