John H. Jenkins Research Fellowship in Texas History

The 2021 John H. Jenkins Research Fellowship in Texas History


The John H. Jenkins Research Fellowship in Texas History is awarded annually for the best research proposal having to do with Texas history.

The application, which should be no longer than one page, should specify the purpose of the research, the need for the money, and a description of the end product (article, book, or exhibition, etc.). The award will be announced at the Association's Annual Meeting in March 2021. Judges may withhold the award at their discretion.

Individuals wishing to apply should submit an application form (and attach the proposal and a curriculum vita) by October 15, 2020. Only electronic copies submitted by the deadline will be considered.

If you have trouble submitting the new application form, please email us at: or call: (512) 471-2600.

The John H. Jenkins Research Fellowship in Texas History was established in 1994 from funds made available by the family and friends of John H. Jenkins. The fellowship honors Mr. Jenkins for all that he accomplished on behalf of Texas history as an author, editor, bookseller, and Fellow and member of the Executive Council of the Texas State Historical Association.

Past Recipients

2019 Maria Ester Hammack
2018 Sandra I. Enriquez
2017 Valerie A. Martinez
2016 David Ponton III
2015 Jessica Brannon-Wranosky
2014 Brandon Aniol
2013 Gerald Saxon
2012 Allison Schottenstein
2011 David Rex Galindo
2010 Elizabeth Hayes Turner
2009 Joseph Abel
2008 James Nichols
2007 Mark Allen Goldberg
2006 John Weber
2005 Carl H. Moneyhon
2004 Debbie Cunningham
2003 Patrick J. Kelly
2002 Richard H. Ribb
2001 Daniel E. Walker
2000 Patrick L. Cox
1999 David C. Humphrey
1998 Suzanne L. Sommers
1997 Patrick L. Cox
1996 Laura Lyons McLemore
1995 Linda S. Hudson
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