Previous Award Winners 2006

Gilbert Chinard Research Fellowships

Alicia C. Levin
Department of Music
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dissertation Title: “Seducing Paris: Piano Virtuosos and Artistic Identity, 1820-48”
Victoria N. Meyer
Department of History
University of Virginia
Dissertation Title: “Inoculation of Smallpox in 18th Century France: Efficacy and Ethics”

Edouard Morot-Sir Research Fellowship in Literature

Claudia Gotea
Department of French and Francophone Studies
Pennsylvania State University
Dissertation Title: “Cocteau entre deux guerres: Le Potomak, Les Eugenes de la guerre, et La Fin du Potomak”

Edouard Morot-Sir Pedagogical Prize

Corinne Etienne
University of Massachusetts at Boston
Kelly Sax
Indiana University
“Teaching Stylistic Variation through Film”

Gilbert Chinard Book Prize (with the Society for French Historical Studies)

 Stacy Shiff
“A Great Improvisation:  Franklin, France, and the Birth of America”