In 2007 the following persons received an RSC Research Grant for their projects:
- Jan Becka (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic), “Nixon, Ford and the People’s Republic of China” (M.A.);
- Lukasz Niewinski (University of Bialystok, Poland), “Prisoner-of-War Camps during the American Civil War as Reported by The New York Times” (article);
- Mateusz Bogdanowicz (Pultusk Academy of Humanities, Poland), “Canada’s Role in the U.S. War Strategy, 1939-1945” (Ph.D.);
- Stephen Hains (University of Plymouth, U.K.), “The Social and Political Impacts of the Assassinations of John F. and Robert Kennedy” (B.A.);
- Krzysztof Siwek (Wroclaw University, Poland), “Opportunities for Bilateral Agreements in the U.S. Policy towards Cuba, 1961-1975” (Ph.D.);
- Ellen de Jong (Open University, The Hague, the Netherlands), “The WPA Public Health Posters in New York, 1934-1943” (M.A.);
- Thomas Mills (Brunel University, London, U.K.), “Anglo-American Economic Diplomacy in South America, 1940-1945” (Ph.D.);
- Konstantinos D. Karatzas (University of Leiden, the Netherlands), “The 1965 Summer Community Organization and Political Education Project of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference” (M.A.);
- Iwona Swiatczak-Wasilewska (University of Helsinki, Finland), “A Ritual in American Political Culture: A History of the State of the Union Addresses” (Ph.D.);
- Sacha Nauta (London School of Economics and Political Science, U.K.), “Johnson, the U.S. Media and the Vietnam War: The Impact of the Cam Ne Report” (M.A.);
- Floriske van Gennip (University of Leiden, the Netherlands), “Charles Sherrod and SNCC in Albany, Southwest Georgia” (M.A.);
- Karolina Kononowicz (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland), “The Variety of Dutch Subcultures in the United States” (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.