Anthony Di Lorenzo awarded Gilder-Lehrman Fellowship
Loyola History PhD candidate, Anthony Di Lorenzo, was recently awarded a Gilder-Lehrman Fellowship for research in New York. There, Anthony plans to research the New York Manumission Society records in particular. The one-year fellowship will provide an invaluable opportunity for Anthony as he continues to write his dissertation, titled, "The Cosmopolitan Moment: American Political Associations and Atlantic Radicalism, 1789–1801”. Congratulations, Anthony!