Publication of Captain William Driver Award Presentations

2014 Scot M. Guenter Ph.D. “The Phenomenon of Flag Homes: Musings on Meanings,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 22 (2015): publication pending.
2013 Dean C. Thomas Flags and Emblems of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea: Vexillidolatry in Its Purest Form,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 21 (2014): 95–115, doi:10.5840/raven2014215.
2012 Steven A. Knowlton M.L.I.S. Evocation and Figurative Thought in Tennessee Flag Culture,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 20 (2013): 23–53, doi:10.5840/raven2013203 (originally presented as “Pragmatic Unity and Visual Synecdoche in Tennessee Flag Culture”).
2011 Kenneth J. Hartvigsen M.A. Picturing Flag Violence in Civil War Sheet Music: The Case of ‘Down With the Traitors’ Serpent Flag’,” Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth International Congress of Vexillology (n.p.: North American Vexillological Association, 2011), 407–24, http://nava.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/icv24hartvigsenk.pdf.
2010 John M. Hartvigsen Utah’s Mammoth Statehood Flag,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 19 (2012): 27–56, doi: 10.5840/raven2012195.
2009 Scot M. Guenter Ph.D. Juxtaposing Symbols in Civil Religion: The Lady and the Flag,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 17 (2010): 1–21, doi: 10.5840/raven2010171.
2008 Anne M. Platoff M.S., M.A. The Flags of the Subjects of the Russian Federation,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 16 (2009): 1–154, doi: 10.5840/raven2009161 through 10.5840/raven20091610 (originally presented as “Lions and Bears: Analyzing the Flags of Russia’s Federal Subjects”).
2007 Perry Dane J.D. Flags in Context: A Discussion of Design, Genre, and Aesthetics,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 15 (2008): 43–80, doi: 10.5840/raven2008153.
2006 Kenneth W. Reynolds Ph.D. To Make the Unmistakable Signal ‘CANADA’: The Canadian Army’s ‘Battle Flag’ During the Second World War,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 14 (2007): 1–33, doi: 10.5840/raven2007141.
2005 David B. Martucci Flag and Symbol Usage in Early New England,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 13 (2006): 1–40, doi: 10.5840/raven2006131.
2004 Devereaux D. Cannon, Jr. J.D. The Genesis of the Stars and Bars,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 12 (2005): 1–26, doi: 10.5840/raven2005121.
2003 Joseph E. Donovan Two Irish Flags: A Comparative Analysis,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 11 (2004): 72–79, doi: 10.5840/raven2004113.
2002 Peter A. Ansoff The First U.S. Navy Jack,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 11 (2004): 1–60, doi: 10.5840/raven2004111.
2001 Gustavo Tracchia The Banners of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table,” NAVA News 36, no. 2 [issue #178] (2003): 6–12, http://nava.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/NAVANews_2003_vol36no2.pdf.
2000 Kevin Harrington M.A.(T.) The Michigan Flags Project: An Introduction to the Vexillology of Michigan Coupled with a Guide to Research in these United States,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 8 (2001): 73–84, doi: 10.5840/raven200184 (originally presented as “The Michigan Flags Project”).
1999 Mason E. Kaye “Tribar Flags—A Survey and Analysis,” Flags from Sea to Sea (Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Congress of Vexillology) (Toronto: Canadian Flag Association, 2001), B17–B24.
1998 Luc V. Baronian American-Influenced Flags in Lower Canada,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 7 (2000): 47–56, doi: 10.5840/raven200074.
1997 Gustavo Tracchia The Flag Monument in Rosario, Argentina,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 7 (2000): 37–46, doi: 10.5840/raven200073 (originally published as “Argentine Flags Monument”).
1996 John H. Gámez The Evolution of the U.S. National Air Insignia: 1861–Present,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 7 (2000): 57–111, doi: 10.5840/raven200075 (originally presented as “Evolution of the U.S. National Air Ensign: 1861–Present”).
1995 Donald T. Healy Flags of the Native American Peoples of the United States,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 3–4 (1996–1997): 1–242, doi: 10.5840/raven1996/19973/41 through 10.5840/raven1996/19973/4142.
1994 Robert J. Goldstein Ph.D. Whatever Happened to the Great 1980–90 Flag Desecration Uproar?“, Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 2 (1995): 1–32, doi: 10.5840/raven199521 (originally presented as “Whatever Happened to the Great 1980–90 Flag Desecration Controversy?”).
1993 Peter B. Edwards The Flags of Recreational Boating—A Preliminary Study,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 2 (1995): 79–105, doi: 10.5840/raven199525 (originally presented as “Yacht Flags: A Preliminary Survey”).
1992 Anne M. Platoff Where No Flag Has Gone Before: Political and Technical Aspects of Placing of a Flag on the Moon,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 1 (1994): 3–16, doi: 10.5840/raven199411.
1991 Charles A. Spain J.D. The Flags and Seals of Texas,” South Texas Law Review 33, no. 1 (1992): 215–59, http://www.texflags.org/spain-stlr-flagsandseals.pdf.
1990 Mark A. B. LeMessurier The Signal and Commercial Flags of St. John’s, Newfoundland c.1500–c.1900,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 7 (2000): 19–36, doi 10.5840/raven200072.
1989
Kevin Harrington M.A.(T.)
From Kava’s Apron to the Butcher’s Apron: Names and Nicknames of Flags,” NAVA News 24, no. 2 (1991): 4, 6, http://nava.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/NAVANews_1991_v24no2.pdf.
1988 Donald T. Healy Evolutionary Vexillography: One Flag’s Influence in Modern Design,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 1 (1994): 41–64, doi: 10.5840/raven199415 (originally presented as “Evolutionary Vexillography”).
1987 Arnold F. Rabbow Ph.D. “Flags: Life After Death,” Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Vexillology, Flag Bulletin 28, nos. 1–4 [issue #130] (1989): 224–32.
1986 Alistair B. Fraser Ph.D. “Chadwick and the Canadian Red Ensign” [not yet published]
1985 Scot M. Guenter M.A. “This Flag Has Flown Over the U.S. Capitol,” Flag Bulletin 25, no. 4 [issue #117] (1986): 147–59.
1984 James J. Ferrigan III “A Flag Incident in San Francisco” [not yet published].
1983 Whitney Smith Ph.D. “Vexillology and Patriotism,” Flag Bulletin 23, no. 3 [issue #105] (1984): 96–108.
1982 John M. Hartvigsen “The Brandywine Flag,” Flag Bulletin 38, no. 2 [issue#186] (1999): 50–69.
1981 James A. Croft “South African Civic Flags,” Flag Bulletin 36, no. 1 [issue #173] (1997): 7–16.
1980 Emmet V. Mittlebeeler J.D., Ph.D. “Flag Profanation: An Aegean Perspective,” Flag Bulletin 24, no. 3 [issue #111] (1985): 78–83.
1979 Robert S. Gauron “The Life and Achievement of ‘Old Glory’ Driver—Godfather to the United States Flag” [not yet published] and “Fascinating Flags of Plundering Pirates and Profiteering Privateers,” Raven: A Journal of Vexillology 7 (2000): 1–18, doi: 10.5840/raven200071.