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Luigi Einaudi Graduate Fellowships

2017-2018

 

Jackqueline Frost (French Studies) was awarded the Luigi Einaudi Grant for her proposed research entitled "Anti-Colonialist and Anti-Fascist Futures of the French Atlantic:An Intellectual History, 1924-1971". She intends to investigate the relationship between the anticolonial projects of the Paris Surrealist Group and the anti-fascist theoretical position of the Martiniquan literary community. Her research also aims to consider the meaning and value of “the present” among writers whose political commitment to Marxism positioned them as direct opponents in the struggle against fascism. With the aid of this grant, Jackqueline will be able to take multiple trips to France to conduct her research. 

Amanda Bosworth (History) was awarded the Luigi Einaudi Grant for her proposed research entitled "Maritime Maneuvers: North Pacific Relations Across the Russian Arc of Empire, 1867-1939". She intends to investigate how Russia's colonial possessions changed hands, what Russians left behind, and how the Russian Orthodox Church continued to have a deeply entangled relationship with Alaska Natives after 1867. With the aim of this grant, Amanda is able to spend 9 months in Moscow and St Petersburg, Russia. 

 

 

 

2016-2017

Anna Mascorella (History of Architecture and Urban Development) was awarded the Luigi Einaudi Fellowship for Dissertation Research for her proposal entitled “Restoration, Displacement, Appropriation: Negotiating the Baroque Legacy in Fascist Rome.” With the aid of this grant Anna will be able to spend 10 months in Rome, Bologna, and Florence in hopes that her research will contribute to history of Rome and history of architecture as well as frame the recent struggles of the contemporary Rome and its relationship to its past. 

Martijn Mos (Government) was awarded the Luigi Einaudi Fellowship for Dissertation Research for his proposal entitled “Breaching or Broaching Tolerance? Contesting Ethnic and Sexual Minority Rights in the EU.” With the aid of this grant Mos will be able to spend a semester in 6 countries in EU including Estonia and Lithuania in hopes that his research will advance an interdisciplinary approach that improves upon current accounts of norm compliance and extend his arguments from minority rights to policy-making implications. 

2015-2016

Elizabeth Plantan (Comparative Politics) was awarded the Luigi Einaudi Fellowship for Dissertation Research for her proposal entitled, “Environmental activism in authoritarian regimes: Evidence from Russia and China”. Elizabeth intends to conduct field research in both China and Russia including NGO leaders and local government officials. With the aid of this grant Elizabeth will be able to spend an academic year between Russia and China in hopes that her research will ultimately help scholars and policymakers understand state-society interactions in non-democratic regimes.

Nicholas Bujalski (History)was awarded the Luigi Einuadi Fellowship for Dissertation Research for his proposed work examining the history of the Peter and Paul Fortresses while reexamining the nature of the Russian revolutionary intelligence through these penal spaces. Nicholas will have the opportunity to make use of primary sources from these Fortresses including, but not limited to, notes written by prisoners themselves, information about the prison library, etc. With the aid of this grant Nicholas will be able to spend eleven months in St. Petersburg, Russia in hopes that his work and others will assist with the need for more expansive study of Russia’s past, present and future.

2014-2015

Sylvia Hakopian (Romance Studies) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship for Dissertation Research Fellowship to conduct research on her project entitled, “Children’s Utopia/Fascist Utopia: Ideology and Reception of Children’s Textbooks Under Italian Fascism”. She plans to spend about ten months in Italy, France and Germany. She will be conducting her research at the Fondazione Tancredi di Barolo, the Archivo storico, the Centro di documentazione e ricerca sulla storia del libro, the Eqiupe histoire, the Universite de Caen, and the George-Eckert Institut.

2013-2014

Steffen Blings (Government) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship for 2013-14 to conduct research on his project, "A Theory of Movement Parties: How Social Movements Thaw the Frozen Party Systems of Western Europe." He intends to focus on two political parties in Germany (the Green Party and the Pirate Party) and analyze how "movement parties" appeal to voters to a greater degree than mainstream parties have done in the past.

Defne Över (Sociology) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship for 2013-14 to conduct research on her project, "Democracy and Suppression: Restricting Public Expression in Turkey Between 1980-2012." She plans to conduct her research in Istanbul and Ankara, conducting archival research and interviews with Turkish journalists, writers, and intellectuals.

2012-2013

Jason Hecht (Government) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship for 2012-13 to conduct research on his project, "Class War or Politics as Usual? Class and Redistributive Politics in an Era of Expanding Inequality."

Mate Rigo (History) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship for 2012-13 to conduct research on his project, "Money, Reconstruction, Borderlands, Social and Economic Restructuring in Alsace-Lorraine and Transylvania following World War I."

Can Dalyan (Anthropology) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship for Dessertation Research to conduct research on his project, "Anxious About Their Treasures": Biodiversity, Bioprospecting, and the Secret History of Plants in Turkey."

2011-2012

Kate Horning (History) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship to conduct research on the critical genealogical study of the state of exception in German history.

Igor Logvinenko (Government) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship to conduct research on the sources of variation in financial openness in Russia, Kazakhstan, and China.

Robert Braun (Government) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship to conduct research in The Netherlands on the Holocaust and the differential survival rate of Jews living in different localities.

Phil Ayoub (Government) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Fellowship to conduct research in Poland to conduct research on his project, "International Norm Diffusion and Minority Rights in New Europe."

2010-2011

Maria Sperandei (Government) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Graduate Fellowship for her dissertation research on the subject, "National Security in Times of Crashes: The Influence of Financial Crises on Interstate Conflict, National-Military Spending and State-Security Priorities."

Elisa Da Via’ (Development Sociology) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi grant for her dissertation research on the project, "Peasant Seeds and Food Sovereignty: The Politics and Practice of Seed Exchange in Spain, Italy and France."

2009-2010

Djahan Salehabadi (Development Sociology) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Graduate Fellowship for her dissertation research on the subject, “Second-Hand Computer or E-waste? Germany’s Progressive Environmental Legislation at Work.”

Vesselina Naidenova (Education) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Graduate Fellowship for her dissertation research on the subject, “Up or Down the Ladder? The Effects of Formal Education on the Social Mobility of Moroccan Immigrant Children in Spain.”

Lena Hipp (ILR) was awarded a Luigi Einaudi Graduate Fellowship for her dissertation research on the subject, “Contracts, Confidence, and Continuous Employment: The Impact of Labor Market Institutions on Employees’ Attachment to Work and Perceived Job and Employment Security.”