Calls for applications usually posted the beginning of Spring Semester.
Eligibility: An applicant must be a current student in a Ph. program in the College of Liberal Arts, currently enrolled in the first, second, third, or fourth year of study, and have a doctoral dissertation project in Holocaust and/or genocide studies.
Fellowships during the academic year will be awarded to outstanding advanced-standing Ph. candidates from any discipline for dissertation research with innovative approaches focusing on testimony from the USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive and other USC resources.
There are three available fellowships: Greenberg Research Fellowship Katz Research Fellowship in Genocide Studies Breslauer, Rutman, and Anderson Research Fellowship The African Studies Initiative (ASI), through a Title VI grant in African Studies from the U. Department of Education, is able to provide travel support up to $2,000 to University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, faculty and instructional staff.
Purpose: The primary purpose of this dissertation ...
This dissertation examines Gulf Coast-centered environmental nonfiction narratives in texts across multiple genres, including nonfiction books, documentary films, and web-based interactives. Chemical plants are complex, integrated networks of individual process systems.Topics must be relevant to the Holocaust, genocide, mass violence and other systemic human rights violations.Applications accepted on a rolling basis, first consideration will be given to those students who have presented or are scheduled to present their work in the HGMV workshop.Persistent link to this collection: Dissertations and theses in the University Digital Conservancy comprise the official, approved version of these works.The dissertations and theses in the Digital Conservancy are submitted through the Graduate School in accordance with University standards.Library awards require prior consultation with an archivist, and incorporation of archive research in the paper.Archivists are always available for consult via [email protected] [email protected] doing so, there are issues to consider before depositing your work in the Digital Conservancy.African American and African Studies 3868W: Malinda Lindquist – Race, War, and Race Wars in American History American Indian Studies 1003: Alex Anthony Ghebregzi – American Indians in Minnesota 4525W: David Wilkins – Federal Indian Policy German 5630: Rick Mc Cormick – Emigre Cinema: From Hitler to Hollywood Global Studies 5900: Hassan Abdel Salam – Global Islamophobia 5900/3900: Artyom Tonoyan – The Armenian Genocide in the Age of Alternative Facts Jewish Studies 3729: Igor Tchoukarine – Nazi Germany and Hitler’s Europe 3631: Leslie Morris – Jewish Writers and Rebels in German, Austrian, and American Culture Law 6648: Neha Jain – International Criminal Law Sociology 5411: Joachim Savelsberg – Crime and Human Rights Calls for Journal Submissions Call for Papers and Participation in Two Working Groups on “Descendants of Victims of Nazi Persecution:” WG 1 is on Psychosocial Issues, and WG 2 is on Historico-Political Education.Works contributed to the Conservancy serve as a permanent University of Minnesota record of graduate student scholarship.Electronic submission of dissertations to the Digital Conservancy date from 2007. Online availability of earlier dissertations and theses include a majority of works completed prior to 1923 as well as works made available by individual alumni.