2006-07

The Dominica and Frank Annese Fellowship in Graduate Studies

Raymond Hain, “Virtuous Practical Rationality: Aquinas and Contemporary Moral Philosophy”

The Paul G. Tobin Dissertation Fellowship

James Helmer, “The Rights of Peoples?: A Christian Theological Analysis of Cultural Rights”

Graduate Research and Travel Grants

Joshua Bandoch (Germany), “Rethinking Rousseau: The Poland and Corsica Writings”

Charles Camosy (Netherlands, Germany, England), “Treatment of Imperiled Newborns: The Social Quality of Life Model in Light of Catholic Social Teaching”

Martina Cucchiara (Germany), “Fighting on Two Fronts: Women Religious in Germany from 1933 to 1948”

Michael Driessen (Italy), “Risorgimento Religioso: On the Surprising Rise of Religiosity in Northern Italy”

Kathryn Gardner (England), “Organizing Islam within the Western State: A Comparative Look at the Origins and Development of Muslim Incorporation Policies in France, Great Britain, and the United States”

Sheila Nowinski (France), “Postwar French Catholic Political Culture, 1944-1938”

Jennifer Sladek (France), “Studies in the Concrete Appearance of the Ethical”

Elizabeth Strauss (Germany), “The Elderly in the Ghettos: A Study of Lodz, Vilna, and Riga, 1939-1944”

Todd Thorpe (England, Ireland), “Urbanizing Pastoral”

Graduate Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight: Stacy Sivinski

Stacy Sivinsky, a doctoral candidate in English, receive a Nanovic Institute's graduate professionalization grant to travel to England to attend a George Egerton conference at Loughborough University and interact with other New Woman scholars.
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