|Contact||Publications||Interviews||Historian C.V.||Artist's C.V.||Miscellany||Celebrations||Family||Site Map|
|Celebrations Retirement Conference Yale Degree Mentorship Award 60th Birthday|
In April 2004, Princeton University celebrated Nell Irvin Painter's contributions to history with a two-day conference entitled "Constructing the Past, Creating the Future: The Legacy of Nell Irvin Painter."
See Conference Schedule (as a pdf).
See text of Conference Review, as posted on the Princeton University home page.
In addition to her doctorate in history from Harvard University, Nell has received honorary doctorates from Wesleyan, Dartmouth, SUNY-New Paltz, and Yale.
During its 302nd Commencement held on Old Campus
Professor Painter is also widely known as a mentor of younger scholars. She has advised more than twenty dissertations at four major universities. She has also mentored numerous other young historians and scholars in related disciplines, at universities across the United States, advising them in detail on how to improve their book manuscripts and how to manage their careers. In 2000, the American Historical Association awarded her the Roelker Mentorship Award as recognition for this work.
Nell Painter celebrated her 60th birthday on August 2, 2002. As part of the celebration of this milestone, her family organized a tribute on this website. Many of Nell's friends simply extended their greetings; others recalled personal experiences with Nell; others provided appreciations of her scholarly work.Return to top
|Site created by: Janet Shafer Designs www.janetshafer.com|