Esmé Frost Fellowship

The ESMÉ FROST FELLOWSHIP was created by emeritus Professor Frank J.
Frost in memory of his daughter Esmé, after her tragic death in an automobile accident.
The fellowship supports graduate study toward the Ph.D. degree in the various fields of
pre-modern European History, including Ancient Mediterranean work, Medieval Europe,
and Early Modern Europe.

Recipients:

Caitlin Koford

2018
Caitlin Koford

2017
Kalina Yamboliev

2016
James White

2015
Will Thompson

2014
Joseph Figliulo-Rosswurm

2013
Abigail Dowling

2012
Alison Ruth Turtledove

2011
Tracey E. Watts

2010
Colleen Ho

2009
Timothy Daniels

2008
Lindsey Scholl

2007
Karen Frank
Heidi Marx-Wolf

2006
Eric Fournier

2005
Corinne Marie Wieben

2004
Tanya Suella Stabler

2003
Joshua C. Birk

2002
Thomas Sizgorich

2001
Tryntje Helfferich

2000
James Emmons

1999
Justin Stephens
Michael Connelly

1998
Susan Snyder
David Tipton

1997
Deborah Gerish

1996
Laura Wertheimer

1995
Christine McCann

1994
David Schmidt
Douglas Lumsden
Elizabeth Digeser

1993
Deborah Gentry
Fiona Harris
Robert Mueller

1992
Nancy Caroline Luebben
Janet Pope

1991
Lauren Helm Jared

1990
Robert J. Mueller

1989
Heather Tanner

1988
David Toye

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