EIHS Awards 12 Fellowships for
2013-14


By Gregory Parker
Apr 23, 2013 Bookmark and Share

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The Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies has awarded 12 fellowships for 2013-14. "The selection process was excruciating," said Hitomi Tonomura, Director of the Institute and Professor of History and Women's Studies at the University of Michigan. "Our fellows play a significant role in shaping the Institute's program, adding an essential spark to our ongoing conversations."

Since 2006, the Institute has awarded more than 125 fellowships to faculty, postdoctoral students, and graduate students from University of Michigan and other colleges and universities.

2013-14 Graduate Student Research Fellowship 

award: $5000 research stipend

  • Jonathan Farr, Ph.D. Candidate, History, University of Michigan
  • Sophie Hunt, Ph.D. Candidate, History, University of Michigan
  • Sara Katz, Ph.D. Student, History, University of Michigan
  • Jeremy Ledger, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Michigan
  • Ronit Stahl, Ph.D. Candidate, History, University of Michigan
  • Jacques Vest, Ph.D. Student, History, University of Michigan
  • Joseph Viscomi, Ph.D. Candidate, Anthropology & History, University of Michigan

2013-14 Postdoctoral Fellowship

 award: $38,000 salary and benefits, $2000 research stipend, two-course teaching assignment

  • Sarah Hamilton, History, University of Michigan

2013-14 Faculty Fellowship

award: $2500 research stipend, one-course teaching release

  • Anne Berg, Lecturer, History, University of Michigan
  • Rita Chin, Associate Professor, History, University of Michigan
  • Rudolf Mrazek, Professor, History, University of Michigan
  • Martin S. Pernick, Professor, History, University of Michigan

Photo, clockwise from top-left: Ronit Stahl, Jacques Vest, Jonathan Farr, Sophie Hunt, Joseph Viscomi, Rudolf Mrazek, Rita Chin, Jeremy Ledger, Anne Berg, Sarah Hamilton. Not pictured: Sara Katz, Martin Pernick.