List of Some Past Moore Fellows
- Anna Duensing (Yale University), "Fascists without Labels: Jim Crow, Civil Rights, and the Making of a Black anti-fascist movement 1933-77"
- Donna Eyestone (College of San Mateo), "Quiet Tension: A Barbara Deming Podcast"
- Amelia Flood (Saint Louis University), Paul M. Pearson (pending)
- An Thuy Nguyen (University of Maine), South Vietnamese urban antiwar activism and opposition to the Nixon Doctrine in Asia from 1969 to 1975
- Amy Rutenberg (Iowa State University), "In the Service of Peace: Peace Activism and Military Service in Post-Vietnam War America"
- William F. Vogel (University of Minnesota), "‘Germ Warfare Perverts Science and Mocks God:’ The Vigil at Fort Detrick, the Peace Action Center, and Popular Protest Against Biological Warfare in the 1960s" (pending)
No fellowships awarded
- Richard C. Allen (Newcastle University), "‘Travelling in Search of Peace and Reconciliation’: The Peaceable Life and Experiences of Daniel Bell Hanbury (1794–1882)" (pending)
- Louis H. Battalen, "From Rags to Rags: Writings of Juanita Morrow Nelson (1923-2015)"
- Marc Becker (Truman State University), "Latin American Women’s Movements during the 1950s" (pending)
- Sa'ed Atshan (Swarthmore College), "Alienation and Belonging Among Black and Palestinian Friends"
- Garrett Felber (University of Mississippi), “From Prisons to Freedom Rides: How Prison Abolition Shaped the Civil Rights Movement.”
- Christina Larocco (Historical Society of Pennsylvania), Martha Schofield (1839–1916)
- Carolyn Levy (Penn State), "Prisoners and Their Matrons: Incarceration and Reform in Nineteenth-Century America"
- Olatunde Taiwo (Olabisi Onabanjo University), "Friend(ship) Across the Sahara: Quakerism in Africa Since 1855"
- Ruth Braunstein (University of Connecticut), "The Moral Meaning of Taxes: Taxpayers, Tax Resisters and the Construction of Good Citizenship"
- Jon Coburn (Newcastle University), "Summers of Peace and Justice: US Women's Peace Encampments in the 1980s"
- Isabelle Cosgrave (University of Exeter), "Balancing Literary Ambition and Quaker Commitment: Amelia Opie and Mary Howitt Negotiate Shifting Quaker Attitudes in Nineteenth-Century Britain"
- Isaac May (University of Virginia), "God-Optional Religion: Quaker, Unitarians, Jews and the Changing Nature of Theism, 1920-1965"
- Shuko Tamao (PhD Candidate, University at Buffalo), "Picturing the Institution of Social Death: Visual Rhetorics of Postwar Asylum Exposé Photography"
- Doug Gwyn (Durham Friends Meeting (ME)), Friends General Conference Gathering since 1900
- Paula R. Palmer (Boulder Friends Meeting), Quaker Indian Boarding Schools
No Fellowship awarded
- Jessica M. Frazier (PhD Candidate, Binghamton University), "U.S. Women’s Transnational Activism"
- Amanda Quakenbush Guidotti (University of Delaware), "The Spirit Awakens: Evangelicalism and the Transformation of American Quakerism"
- Aaron Wunsch (University of Pennsylvania), Quaker burial practices
- Brian E. McNeil, (PhD Candidate, University of Texas at Austin), "Frontiers of Need: Humanitarianism and the American Involvement in the Nigerian Civil War, 1967-1970"
No Fellowship awarded
- Michael Goode (Graduate Student, University of Illinois at Chicago), "In the Kingdom but Not of It: The Quaker Peace Testimony and Atlantic Pennsylvania, 1689-1714."
- Suzanne Kelley McCormack (Visiting Professor, Wheaton College), "American Prisoners of War and the Vietnam War-Era Peace Movement"
- James M.Donahue (University of Notre Dame), "Transnational Protestantism and the League of Nations, 1914-1948"
- Stephanie Patterson Gilbert (Graduate Student, American Studies Penn State University, Harrisburg), “Childbearing Cycles and Family Limitation in an Eighteenth-Century Affluent Household: The Fertility Transition of Elizabeth Sandwith Drinker and Her Daughters”
- Carol Faulkner (Assistant Professor, History Department, State University of New York at Geneseo), “Lucretia Mott and the Politics of 19th Century Reform”
- Deborah Bishov ’04 (Senior Thesis, History Department, Swarthmore College), “The War Resisters League”
- A. Glenn Crothers (Assistant Professor, History Department, Indiana University Southeast), “Negotiating Communities and Cultures: Quakers and Slavery in Early National Northern Virginia”
- Amy Schneidhorst (Graduate Student, History Department, University of Illinois-Chicago), “Sisters in the Struggle: Older Women’s Activism for Peace and Social Justice in Chicago, 1960 – 1975”
- Charles E. Fager (Independent Quaker Scholar), “Exploration of the roots, major themes, and evolution of religious thought (or theology) in FGC Quakerism, from its beginning through the 20th century”