Graduate Student Directory

M.A. Students

Sebastian Bernburg

Margaret Chapman

Dominic Charles

Nathan Childs

Nicole Crisp

John Delisio

Jason Dencklau

Gregory Gibson

Matthew Green

Hunter Hollins

Hillary Hughes

Rachel Johnson

Taylor Provost

Sara Pulliam

Hamzah Saif

Ashley Somawang

Andrew Whitley

Ariel Wilks

Michael Williams

Collin Wonnacott

Michael Woodgerd

 

Ph.D. Students

Mark Alexander

Lauren Angel

Elham Bakhtary

Zayad Bangash

Daniel Berkhout 

Matthew Bias

Chelsea Davis

Kate Densford

Candice Ellis

James Feenstra

Melissa Geddis-Blount

Zhongtian Han

William Horne

Robert Isaacson

Lauren Jannette

Michael Johnson

Ruby Johnson

Charles Kraus

Seth LaShier

Milorad Lazic

Ronald Leonhardt

Brittany Lewis

Martin Margolis

Andreas Meyris

Ryan Musto

Kieran Okeefe

Alexa Price

Terrance Rucker

Samuel Ruggieri

Rohail Salman

Josh Segal

Kyla Sommers

Ashley Valanzola

Katharine White

Nathan Wuertenberg

Qingfei Yin

Benjamin Young

Naz Yucel

 

PhD student Kate Densford receives 2016-17 Fulbright Fellowship

PhD student Kate Densford has been awarded a 2016-17 Fulbright Fellowship to conduct research in Austria and the Czech Republic for her dissertation on "The Collapse of Provincial Austria in the First World War." Congratulations, Kate!

Graduate Awards and Fellowships

Departmental Awards, 2015

Charles Herber Teaching Prize:

  • Katharine White

Elmer Louis Kayser Prize for Best Thesis by a Graduate Student in a Masters Program:

  • Bianca Wythe, "Food as a Weapon: America's Mobilization for Nutrition during WWII."
  • Selam Kidane, "Interrogating Theories of Imperialism: A Case Study on Kagnew Station."

Howard M. Sachar Prize for Best Research Paper by a Graduate Student

  • Robert Isaacson, "Audacity and Admiration: French Public Discourse and the Boats of Cherbourg."
  • Nathan Wuertenberg, "'They will Not Know Who Shall Enjoy the Crop': The Continental Congress, Indians, and Agriculture."

 

National Awards and Fellowships, 2014-2015

Katharine White, grants from the German Academic Exchange Service-DAAD and the German Historical Institute to conduct research for her dissertation on  “The ‘Red Woodstock’ Generation: East Germans Between the East, West, and Global South.”

Bob Isaacson, American Academy for Jewish Research, Graduate Student Travel Grant, to conduct research in Paris for his dissertation, "From 'Brave Little Israel' to 'an Elite and Domineering People:' The Image of Israel in France, 1948-1973." Earlier this year Bob was awarded the Marjorie M. and Lancelot Farrar Memorial Award from the Society of French Historical Studies "for work on outstanding dissertation projects in progress."

Ben Young, Kathryn Davis Fellowship to study Korean at the Middlebury Language School in Summer 2015.

Chuck Kraus, Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies Predissertation-Summer Travel Grant.

Qingfei Yin, Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies Predissertation-Summer Travel Grant; China and Inner Asia Council (CIAC) Travel Grant from the Association for Asian Studies.

Martin Margolis, Cosmos Scholars Award, for his dissertation, "Cultures of Contention in the Egyptian Countryside, 1914-1919." 

Lauren Angel, Cosmos Scholars Award, for her dissertation, "Dance Companies and Their Presentation of American Race and Gender in Cold War Diplomacy."

Lindsay Beach received a grant of $1000 from The Archie K. Davis Fellowship to Promote Research and Publication in North Carolina's History and Culture from The North Carolina Society at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Justin Pope, Ph.D. 2014, Joint Fellow, John Carter Brown Library and the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, Brown University.