Distinguished Historian of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era


addams-e1412110609276Selected by the immediate past President, the current President, and the President-Elect of the Society in odd-numbered years, the Distinguished Historian addresses the luncheon meeting of the Society held at the meeting of the Organization of American Historians. The Distinguished Historian receives a commemorative plaque or certificate and an honorarium.

Awardees

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Professor Philip J. Deloria presents the SHGAPE distinguished professor lecture at the annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians on April 11, 2014

2016 — Manfred Berg, Curt Englehorn Chair in American History, University of Heidelberg

2014 — Philip J. Deloria, Department of History and Program in American Culture, Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Graduate Education, University of Michigan

2013 — Pero Dagbovie, Professor of African American History, Graduate Director, and Associate Chair of the Department of History, Associate Dean, Michigan State University

2011 — Hasia Diner, Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies and History, Paul S. and Sylvia Steinberg Professor of American Jewish History, Director, Goldstein-Goren Center for American Jewish History, Director of Undergraduate Studies, New York University

2009 — Les Benedict, Emeritus Professor, Department of History, Ohio State University

2007– David Montgomery, Emeritus Professor, Department of History, Yale University

2005 — Jean Baker, Bennett-Harwood Professor of History, Department of History and Historic Preservation, Goucher College

2003 — Samuel Hays, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Pittsburgh

2001 — Linda Gordon, Professor of History, Florence Kelley Professor, New York  University

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