Below is a list of all recipients of Gilder Lehrman College Fellowships since the program’s founding. The fellow’s name, home institution at the time of the fellowship, and project title are followed by the research archive and year of the award. (COL - Columbia Rare Book and Manuscript Library; GLC - Gilder Lehrman Collection; NYHS - New-York Historical Society; NYPL - New York Public Library; SCH - Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture)

Billups, Mashayla
Howard University
“Black Communities and Domestic Terrorism: An Analysis” (GLC, NYHS, SCH, 2022)

Chen, Zirui
Columbia University
“The Great North Carolina Klan Trials, 1870–1871: Due Process, State Action, and the Southern Redemption of the Fourteenth Amendment” (GLC, NYPL, 2022)

Harris, Holly
Texas Christian University
“The Life of Warren David Gribbons: American Air Force POW during WWII” (GLC, Brooklyn Public Library, 2022)

Hochman, Sasha
Barnard College
“What Does It Mean to Write a ‘History of the Present’? Mercy Otis Warren’s History of the American Revolution” (GLC, 2022)

Kaul, Ishani
Rice University
“An Analysis of Journalism Surrounding the American Women’s Suffrage Movement” (GLC, 2022)

Ma, Daniel
Yale University
“Choctaw Claims and Choctaw-Chickasaw Treaties: A Single Political Topic?” (GLC, Oklahoma History Center, 2022)

Rangel, Alonso
Concordia University
“The Mexican American Boundaries Revisited” (GLC, 2022)

Sperber, Grace
Stanford University
“Meaning at the Pyre: Constitutional Thought at the Frontier” (GLC, 2022)

Trabosci, Sierra Love
University of New Mexico
“The Impact of the American West on the United States Civil War” (GLC, COL, 2022)

Yelnosky, Samuel Martin
Columbia University
“The Southern Roots of Cold War Development Policy” (GLC, 2022)