William H. Dunham Jr.

William H. Dunham Jr.

Fellow: Awarded 1944
Field of Study: British History
Fellow: Awarded 1945
Field of Study: British History

Competition: US & Canada

Yale University

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1943–44: 

DUNHAM, WILLIAM HUSE, Jr.  Appointed for a study of the development of British and Imperial loyalties; tenure, twelve months from July 1, 1944.

Born December 31, 1901, Evanston, Illinois. Education:  Yale University, B.A., 1923, Ph.D., 1929 (Sterling Fellow, 1927–28). Social Science Research Council Fellow, 1930–31, at London and Oxford; Huntington Library Research Fellow, 1941–42.

Master in American History, 1923–24, University School, Cleveland; Instructor in History, 1925–27, 1928–30, Assistant Professor, 1930–40, Associate Professor, 1940—, Yale University.

Publications:  Radulphi de Hengham Summae, 1932; The Fane Fragment of the 1461 Lords’ Journal, 1935; Complaint and Reform in England, 1436–1714, 1938. Articles in American Historical Review, English Historical Review, Huntington Library Quarterly, Sewanee Review, Speculum.


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