2016: Arne Westad
"Worlds Apart: The Cold War in the 20th Century"
2015: Pekka Hamalainen
"The Comanche Empire and the Grand Narrative of American History"
2014: Mark Mazower
"Does Fascism Mean Anything Anymore?: Europe Then and Now"
2013: Charles C. Mann '76
"1493: Entwining Ecology and History"
2012: Rebecca J. Scott
"She Had Always Enjoyed her Freedom: Reenslavement and the Law in the Era of the Haitain Revolution"
2011: Martha Sandweiss
"Unpacking a Photograph: Small Stories, Big Ideas, and Tales of Race and Violence from the American West"
2009: Dipesh Chakrabarty
"Between Globalization and Global Warming: The Long and the Short of Human History"
2008: Londa Schiebinger
"Exotic Abortifacients: Gender Politics of Plants in the 18th Century Atlantic World"
2007: Donald Worster
"On John Muir's Trail: Nature in an Age of Liberal Principles"
2006: Elliott West
"Disease and the Making of Empires: Why it Matters that Lewis and Clark Didn't Get Sick (Or at Least REALLY Sick)"
2005: David W. Blight
"Seizing Freedom: The Emancipation of Wallace Turnage and John Washington"
2004: William Cronon
"The Portage: Time, Memory, and Storytelling in the Making of an American Town"
2003: John Lewis Gaddis
"9/11 as History"
2002: Drew Gilpin Faust
"Missing in Action: Naming the Dead in the American Civil War"