PREVIOUS WINNERS: AEHJ
ARTICLE OF THE YEAR AWARD Volume Name Institution Title 41 Carl Kalani Beyer Ashford Comparing Native University Hawaiian Education with Native American and African American Education during the Nineteenth Century 40 Joseph Watras University of The Influence of Dayton the Cold War on the Racial Desegregation of American Schools 39 John Wakefield University of "Whosoever Will, North Alabama Let Him Come": Evangelical Millennialism and the Development of American Public Education 38 Kelly A.
Editing AEHJ has been intellectually engaging and immeasurably rewarding; it has been an honor to serve as editor since October 2010.
Joseph Watras of the University of Dayton is this year's winner of the AEHJ Article of the Year Award.
The reasons behind this exploitation are a matter of debate, as evidenced by the contributions to the AEHJ (2012) "Book Review Forum.
DeGarmo's policy recommendation draws on many of the influences discussed in the AEHJ (2012) "Book Review Forum" and serves as a reminder that influences are more easily separated in scholarship than in practice.
John Wakefield of the University of North Alabama is this year's winner of the AEHJ Article of the Year Award.
PREVIOUS WINNERS: AEHJ ARTICLE OF THE YEAR AWARD Volume Name Institution Title 39 John University of "Whosoever Will, Let Him Wakefield North Alabama Come": Evangelical Millennialism and the Development of American Public Education 38 Kelly A.
is a national journal with a national name and a national audience.
As many of you may remember, George Johnson of Information Age has agreed to sponsor an annual award for the best article published in each Volume of AEHJ
In addition to his service as President, Bob has served AEHJ
remarkably well as an Associate Editor during the past three years.
IAP assures us that publishing both issues in one volume will help us to spread AEHJ
to an even wider audience.
As part of our shift to publishing both issues of AEHJ
in one volume, IAP-Information Age Publishing has agreed to sponsor an "AEHJ
Article of the Year" award, which will recognize high-quality scholarship in AEHJ