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In 2006 the following persons received an RSC Research Grant for their projects:

  • Kristofer Allerfeldt (University of Exeter, U.K.), “America and the Fall of the Roman Empire, 1898-1924” (article);
  • Colin Douglas (University of Plymouth, U.K.), “Richard Nixon and J. Edgar Hoover: Manipulation and Deceit” (B.A.);
  • Ross Williams (University of Plymouth, U.K.), “Civil Rights under the Truman Administration” (B.A.);
  • Vincent Schouten (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands), “The Succession of Joseph Stalin in 1953: Reports in The New York Times and The Washington Post” (M.A.);
  • Gert Boel (Ghent University, Belgium), “American Intervention in Chile, 1961-1973” (M.A.);
  • Adam Burns (University of Edinburgh, U.K.), “The Politics of Lynching in the U.S. South During Republican Administrations, 1897-1913” (M.A.);
  • Simone Diender (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands), “The Representation of Cuba in the U.S. Newspapers, 1895-1902” (M.A.);
  • Kamil Zwolski (University of Zielona Gora, Poland), “U.S. Policy Toward the European Union According to Leading American Think Tanks” (M.A.);
  • Sylwia Kuzma (University of Bialystok, Poland), “Public Activism of American Women in the 1920s” (Ph.D.);
  • Andreas Hilger (University of Hamburg, Germany), “Anti-Colonialism and the Cold War: Relations of the USSR with the Third World in South Asia, 1941-1966” (book);
  • Kinga Grafa (Pultusk School of Humanities, Poland), “The Influence of Ivy League Universities on U.S. Foreign Policy Toward Europe, 1947-1966” (Ph.D.);
  • Tom Davies (University of Leeds, U.K.), “The U.S. Federal Government and the End of the Civil Rights Movement, 1966-1972” (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.