Lawrence Badash Prize

Lawrence Badash

Lawrence Badash

The Lawrence Badash Prize recognizes the outstanding graduate student essay in history of science, technology or medicine in any era or geographical arena, or on weapons control. It honors Lawrence Badash, Professor Emeritus of the History of Science.

Recipients:

2017
Julie Johnson,“A Woman’s Business: Branding Marie Stopes, 1918-1939.”

2016
Brian Tyrrell, “Bred for the Race: Thoroughbred Breeding and Racial Science, 1900-1940.”

2015
James White, “Ctesias of Cnidus: Physician and Historian.”

2014
Paul Warden, “Ungesund: Yellow Fever and the Collective Medical Geography of German Immigrants to the United States, 1820-1860.”

2013
Henry Maar, “Three Megatons of ‘Peace’: the Revolutionary MX Missile and the Meaning of Survival in the Atomic Age.”

2012
Hanni Jalil Paier, “Sin Salud no es posible cultivar la tierra: Sanitary units and Rural Health Commissions in Colombia, 1934-1938.”

2011
Roger Eardley Pryor, “Better to Cry than Die?: the Paradoxes of Tear Gas in the Vietnam Era and Today.”

2010
Jill Briggs, “Birth Control in Jamaica.”

2009
Nicole Pacino, “Healing the Nation: The Bolivian Revolution, Public Health, and the Process of Nation Formation 1952-1964.”

2008
Jill Briggs,”An Agreed-on Program: Eugenics and Public Discourse in the late 1930s.”

2007
Nicole Ann Archambeau, “The Cycle of Negative Emotions: Comparing Sufferers and University Trained Practitioners’ View of Tristitia.”

2006
Paul Hirsch, “Weird Science: Uncensored Representations of the Atomic Bomb in American Comics, 1945-1954.”

2005
Donald Raymond Burnette

2004
Jason Kelly, “The Society of Dilettanti.”

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