Stone / Davis Prize

To encourage sophisticated training and experience in historical research among history undergraduates, the Davis Center awards a limited number of Lawrence Stone and Shelby Cullom Davis prize fellowships to rising seniors for their senior thesis projects. To be considered, a student must have compiled an excellent record in departmental work, and must be nominated by a member of the department. The nomination letter should be accompanied by a detailed research plan written by the student. Special consideration will be given to those whose work requires extensive use of archival sources distant from Princeton and from the student's home. Award recipients will receive a cash grant of $6,000. The last date of application with all supporting materials is Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at 11:59 pm.

For further information, contact the Davis Center Manager.

Recent Winners

David Crane
Proposed thesis title: Foundation of the United Arab Emirates
Sarah M. Dinovelli
Proposed thesis title: Covering the Los Angeles Riots: A Look into the Role of Mass Media in the Public's Reaction to Domestic Crises
Jennifer El-Fakir
Proposed thesis title: Legal Piracy? Depends on Who’s Asking: Piracy and Privateering in the Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean
Jonathan Lebeau
Proposed thesis title: Christian Zionism
Connor Pfeiffer
Proposed thesis title: "The German Revolution": Disraeli, Gladstone, and British Foreign Policy During the Wars of German Unification
Miranda Rosen
Proposed thesis title: Examining Women's Suffrage Movements in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada

Past Stone / Davis Prize Winners