Teresa E. Christy Award Recipients

~2018~
Erin Elizabeth Spinney, PhD Candidate
"Naval and Military nursing in the British empire C. 1763-1830”

~2017~
Amanda L. Mahoney, PhD
"Careful and Complete Observation of the Patient:" Nurses and the Sociotechnical System of Medical Research, 1930-1962
 
~2016~
Michelle C. Hehman, PhD
"Once Seen, Never Forgotten" : Nursing, Ethics, and Technology in Early Premature Infant Care in the United States
 

~2015~
Heather Janell Furnas, PhD
Nurses as Neighbors: Community Health and the Origins of School Nursing

~2014~
None

~2013~
Jaime Patricia Lapeyre
The Idea of Better Nursing’: The American Battle for Control over Standards
of Nursing Education in Europe, 1918-1925

~2012~
Annemarie McAllister
R. Louise McManus and Mildred Montage Create the Associate Degree Model for the
Education of Nurses: The Right Leaders, the Right Time, the right Place: 1947-1959

~2011~
Kara Dawn Smith, PhD
A Legacy of Care: Hesse and the Alice Frauenverein 1867-1918
University of Alabama

~2010~
Winifred C. Connerton, PhD
Have Cap, Will Travel: U.S. Nurses Abroad, 1898-1917
University of Pennsylvania

~2009~
Jacqueline Margo Brooks Carthon, PhD, RN, APRN
No Place for the Dying: A Tale of Urban Health Work in Philadelphia's Black Belt
University of Pennsylvania

~2008~
Jennifer Lynn Hobbs, MSN, RN
Naming Power: A Historical Analysis of Clinical Information Systems, 1970-1990
University of Pennsylvania

~2007~
Deborah A Sampson
Determinants and determination
University of Pennsylvania

~2006~
Martha Anne Eastman
"All for Health for All":
The Local Dynamics of Rural Public Health in Maine, 1885-1950

University of Maine

~2005~
Sonja Joy Grypma
Healing Honan: Canadian Nurses at the North China Mission, 1888-1947
University of Alberta, Edmonton

~2004~
Cynthia Toman
Officers and Ladies : Canadian Sisters, Women's Work and The Second World War
Dissertation, University of Ottowa

~2002~
Katherine Dawley
Leaving The Nest: Nurse Midwifery in the US 1940-1980
Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania

~2001~
Ellen Clarke
Professional Commitment and Activism in the Lives of Five African American Women
Dissertation, Harvard University

~2000~
Cynthia Connolly
Prevention through Detention:
Pediatric TuberculosisPreventorium Movement in the US 1909-1951

1999 Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania

~1998~
Susan Winters
Enlightened Citizen:
Frances Payne Bolton and the Nursing Profession

University of Virginia 1997
Dr. Barbara Brodie, Chair

~1997~
Sylvia Rinker
To Spread the Gospel of Good Obstetrics:
The Evolution of Obstetric Nursing, 1890-1940

University of Virginia
Barbara Brodie, Chair

~1996~
Brigid Lusk
Professional Strategies and Attributes of Chicago Hospital Nurses
During the Great Depression

Dissertation, University of Illinois
Joyce Johnson, Chair

~1994~
Victoria Grando
Nurses' Struggle for Economic Equity, 1945-1965

University of Kansas

~1993~
Julie Fairman
New Hospitals, New Spaces:
The Development of Intensive Care Units, 1950-1965

University of Pennsylvania
Joan Lynaugh, Chair

~1992~
Phyllis Healy
Mary Eugenie Hibbard, Nurse, Gentlewoman, and Patriot
Dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin
Eleanor Crowder, Chair

~1991~
Barbara Peterson
The Division of Nursing Education, Teachers College, Columbia University,
1947-1961, The McManus Years: Advances in the Professionalism of Nursing

~1990~
Meryn Stewart
Let Not My People Perish:
A History of A Public Health Nursing Experiment in Ontario, 1920-1965

Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania
Joan Lynaugh, Chair

~1989~
Irene Poplin
A Study of Kaiserworth Deaconess Institute's Training School in 1850-1851:
Purposes and Curriculum

Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin