Matthew Dziennik is the recipient of the second Omohundro Institute-Fort Ticonderoga Short-Term Fellowship. Matthew is from the United States Naval Academy. He will use the fellowship to continue his research on “First Nations People and Military Labor in the British Atlantic World, c. 1750-1820.” He will spend four weeks at Ticonderoga in April/May 2023 accessing sources in the archives, library, and collections at the Thompson-Pell Research Center.
Sara Evenson is the recipient of the third Omohundro Institute-Fort Ticonderoga Short-Term Fellowship. Sara is a Doctoral Candidate at the University at Albany. She will use the fellowship to explore the cultural creation of kitchen spaces in 18th-century New York, emphasizing nontraditional kitchen spaces like those found in the military environment of Fort Ticonderoga. She will explore the archaeological remains of food preparation and eating on the site and examine how such objects and spaces have been preserved and reinterpreted at museums and historic sites.
Learn more about applying for an Omohundro Institute-Fort Ticonderoga Fellowship here.