In 2005 the following persons received an RSC Research Grant for their projects:
- Ingmar Kooman (Leiden University, the Netherlands), “Life with the Bomb: Public Information during the Truman and Eisenhower administrations, 1945-1961” (M.A.);
- Dean Williams (University of Edinburgh, U.K.), “A History of Political Violence in 1970s America” (Ph.D.);
- Annick Cizel (Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France), “U.S. Development Aid Policies in the Cold War Era, 1949-1989” (book);
- May Chiu (Oxford University, U.K.), “Civil Rights under Truman and Eisenhower” (M.A.);
- Richard Joyce (Oxford University, U.K.), “The Takeover of Peaceful American Civil Rights Organizations by Militant Black Nationalists in the First Half of the 1960s” (M.A.);
- Lucia Ducci (University of Florence, Italy), “International Relations between the United States and Italy during the Giolittian Era” (Ph.D.);
- Halina Parafianowicz (Bialystok University, Poland), “East Central Europe in U.S. Policy in the 1930s” (book);
- Torsten Feys (European University Institute, Florence, Italy), “The Battle for the Emigrants: The Competition between the Various Emigration Ports for the Emigration Trade from the European Mainland to New York, 1815-1914” (Ph.D.);
- Maarten van Egmond (University of Leiden, the Netherlands), “The SCLC and Christian America in the Era of the Civil Rights Movement” (M.A.).
European students seeking a masters or doctorate in American history as well as advanced scholars are invited to apply for a Research Grant. Application forms can be found here and relevant information on the RSC archival collections can be found here.