Kurt Andrew Dodd Scholarship History and Art History

Awarded to an exceptional fulltime graduate student in History.

2021 Awardees

Anne  Dobberteen

Anne Dobberteen

History

Anne Dobberteen is a doctoral student in the Department of History and Art History. She holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree from the George Washington University. Anne serves as the Digital Humanities graduate research assistant at Fenwick Library, where she works on a variety of digital history projects at the library's Center for Mason Legacies. Her own research focuses on public history and the visual culture of nineteenth- and twentieth-century U.S. cities. Anne has curated exhibitions, conducted oral histories, managed collections, and done other public history work at various organizations in Washington, D.C. She is currently sound editor for the podcast Public History in a Virtual Age. Before coming to George Mason University, she served as assistant curator of the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection at the George Washington University Museum. In the future, Anne hopes to return to a career in the museum or public history world.

2020 Awardees

Georgia Ferrell

2019 Awardees

Kelley Fincher

2018 Awardees

Stephanie Seal

2017 Awardees

Nathan Michalewicz

2016 Awardees

Greta Lohe

2015 Awardees

Jacqueline Beatty