2004-2005

Graduate Research and Travel Grants

Thomas S. Davis (Britain) “European Modernism and the Politics of Everyday Life.”

Gavin M. Foster (Ireland) “The Origins and Legacy of the Irish Civil War.”

Marion C. Rohrleitner (Germany & Austria) “‘Talking about a Revolution’: The Shared roots of Contemporary German-Turkish and US-Latino Immigrant Literatures in the Social Protest Movements of the 1960s.”

James A. Thompson (Europe) “A Realist Theory of Integration.”

Tonia A. Warnecke (Luxembourg) “Family, Policy, Fertility and Women’s Labor Force Participation in Eastern Europe.”

Additional Graduate Support

Martin Beisswenger (Moscow) The Paul G. Tobin Dissertation Fellowship “Exodus to the East: Eurasianism as Religious Anti-Westernism.” Award amount: $15,000

James Matthew Wilson and Tommy Davis (English) received a Speaker Support grant to bring in Dr. Jay M. Bernstein to lead a private session with the Modernist Studies Reading Group, and to give a public lecture on Theodor W. Adorno’s “Aesthetic Theory,” and the New Aestheticism.

Miranda Wilcox (Medieval Institute) received a Speaker Support grant to support the Vagantes conference, March 3-5, 2005.