Seminars & Events

Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference

On March 29 at George Washington University, four Saint Mary's students will present their research at the Phi Alpha Theta Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference. The history department wishes them the best of luck.

SMP Spotlight

Students on SMP Presentation Day

Jeremy Young, "Latter-Day Lafayettes: The France-America Society, 1911-1989,” 2006.

Founded in New York in 1911, the France-America Society was committed to the friendship of France and the United States, and attracted elite supporters from both countries; members believed that France and the U.S. should always be allies, and that individual Franco-American friendships would outlast any political differences. An impressive array of primary source material, as well as oral histories with surviving members of the Society, undergird this project.

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Past Winners

David Beers Quinn History Award

  • 2004: Natalie Friend
  • 2003: Larissa Eustice
  • 2002: Kritin Soya

The Colton History Award

  • 2004: Muriel Secrest
  • 2003: Mollie Freilicher
  • 2002: Robert Davis

The Betty W. Briscoe Award

  • 2004: Lisa Ball
  • 2003: N/A
  • 2002: N/A

The Alison Quinn Award in History

  • 2004: Matt Milstead
  • 2003: Jonathan Robins
  • 2002: Elizabeth McAllister

The May Russell Historical Achievement Award

  • 2004: Louisse Cartrher
  • 2003: David Kopczynski
  • 2002: Walter "Rod" Cofield

National Society of Colonial Dames

  • 2004: Laura Brianne Coons
  • 2003: Michael Tanner
  • 2002: Davida Ofori-Sarpong