Past Recipients of the Gerald R. Ford Scholar Award in Honor of Robert M. Teeter
2014 - Amanda Demmer, University of New Hampshire, ‘The Last Chapter of the Vietnam War’: Normalization, Non-governmental Actors and the Politics of Human Rights, 1975-1995
2013 - Amanda Hughett, Duke University, Beyond the Prison Gates: Grassroots Activism and Criminal Justice Politics in North Carolina, 1968-1994
2012 - Victor McFarland, Yale University, The Oil Crisis of the 1970s: An International History
2011 - Brent Cebul, University of Virginia, Freedom From: Small Government, Big Government Policies, and the Rise of Blue Collar Republicans, 1970-1994
2010 - Josh Mound, University of Michigan, Inflated Hopes, Taxing Times: The Politics of Economic Crisis in the Long 1970s.
2009 - Candace Clare Sobers, University of Toronto, The Crisis of Decolonization, the Challenge of Intervention: Revolutionary Angola, 1968-1976
2008 - Adam Saunders, Trinity College, University of Oxford, Power and the Welfare State: The Political Economy of American and British Unemployment Insurance Reform, 1964-1986.
2007 - Vanessa
P. Walker, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ambivalent
Allies: Advocates, Diplomats, and the Struggle for Human Rights in Latin
2006 - Benjamin C. Waterhouse, Harvard University, Corporate Leaders and the Pro-Business Agenda in Modern American Politics.
2005 - Erika Franklin Fowler, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Party Images, Public Opinion, and Political Change.
The application deadline for the Ford Scholar Award each year is March 31. For more information, please visit our Ford Scholar page or contact the Library by e-mail or telephone (734-205-0555).