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Mario Einaudi Graduate Fellowship

2018-2019

Dietmar Friesenegger (Musicology) was awarded the Mario Einaudi Graduate Fellowship for his proposal entitled “Voices Between Cultures in the Eastern European Borderlands: Music in Czernowitz.” With the aid of this fellowship, Friesenegger will be able to conduct on-site archival research in Israel, Romania, Austria, the Czech Republic, and Ukraine over the summer of 2018, in the hopes of contributing to a better understanding how flourishing multiculturalism and an extraordinary musical culture influenced one another in Czernowitz, arguably the most diverse city in the Habsburg Empire after Vienna, from 1862 to 1918. Friesenegger anticipates that music served as a binding force and a place of cultural negotiations in a city with five large linguistic communities and four major religious denominations.

2016-2017
Christopher Szabla

Christopher Szabla (History) was awarded a Mario Einaudi Fellowship for his dissertation research on the subject “Negotiating Settlement: Technocratic Governance and global Migration, 1919 - 1951.” 

2014-2015
Jacob Krell

Jacob Krell (History) was awarded a Mario Einaudi Fellowship to conduct research on his project, which focuses on how post-war French thinkers understood and conceptualized technology and the state. He plans to spend ten to twelve months in the Paris at the French National Archives and the Groupe des dix. His work will, in his own words, “elaborate… the complex epistemological terrain from which all phenomena seemed to emerge as equivalent and as scientificallymanageable.”

2012-2013
Aleksandar Matovski

Aleksandar Matovski (Government) was awarded a Mario Einaudi Graduate Fellowship to conduct research on his project, "Public Opinion and the Dynamics of Political Development in Transitional Polities."

 

2010-2011
Robert Schombs

Robert Schombs (Science & Technology Studies) was awarded a Mario Einaudi Graduate Fellowship for his dissertation research on the subject, "Practicing Organic Chemistry: Adolf von Baeyer and the Synthesis of a Chemical Community, 1860-1914."

Anna Dolidze

Anna Dolidze (Law School) was awarded a Mario Einaudi Graduate Fellowship for her dissertation research on the subject, "Looking at the Backseat Driver - the Role of NGOs in Development of International Human Rights Law."

 

2008-2009
Lucia Antalova Seybert

Lucia Antalova Seybert (Government) was awarded a Mario Einaudi Graduate Fellowship for her dissertation research in Lithuania and Slovakia on the subject,“Evolution of the Minority Rights Norm in Lithuania and Slovakia.”

Michael Bobick

Michael Bobick (Anthropology) was awarded a Mario Einaudi Graduate Fellowship for his dissertation research in Moldova and Transnistrian on the subject, “Sovereignty and Statehood in the Republic of Moldova".

 

2006-2007
Jennifer Erickson

Jennifer Erickson (Government) was awarded the prestigious Mario Einaudi Graduate Fellowship for Research in Europe. Her research project focuses on the arms trade in the United Kingdom, France, Germany and the United States and is entitled "States of Peace, Suppliers of War? International Cooperation and Arms Export Controls."