Hier de subtitel

  • Gertine Hofmeijer (Universiteit Utrecht), “Truman and Civil Rights Movement
  • Jan Pajor (University of Lodz, Poland), “The U.S. Policy toward China, 1911-1922”
  • Przemyslaw Piotr Damski (University of Lodz, Poland), “British-American Relations during the Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt, 1901-1909”
  • Paulina Szelag (Jagiellonian University , Krakow, Poland), “The European Union and the United Nations in Overcoming the Conflict in the Balkans”
  • Andrew M. Fearnley (Edge Hill University, United Kingdom), “‘Profits for Panthers’: The Black Panther Party’s Publishing Strategies, 1968-1975”
  • Justyna Piatek (University of Lodz, Poland), “Anglo-American Relations during the Presidency of Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933”
  • Aurelie Basha i Novosejt (London School of Economics), “’Salted Peanuts and Drinks’: The Secretary of Defense and Withdrawal Plans from Vietnam under the Kennedy and Nixon Administrations”
  • Lennaert van Heumen (Radboud University Nijmegen), “The Versailles Treaty and Its Influence on the American Plans and Policy for Germany after World War II”
  • Alicja Syska (Plymouth University, UK), “The Black Origins of the American Self: W.E.B. Du Bois’s Nationalistic Project”
  • Simon Toner (London School of Economics, UK), “Modernization Theory, Nation-Building and Local Responses in South Vietnam, 1968-1976”
  • Georgia Lialiouti (University of Crete, Greece), “Implications of the New Deal Policy in the U.S. Banking System”
  • Agus Setiawan (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany), “The Political and Economic Relations of the U.S.-Dutch Colonial Administration in Southeast Asia: A Case Study of the Royal Dutch Company Shell and the Standard Oil Company Rivalry in the Dutch Indies (1907-1928)''
  • Julia Stahl (University of Edinburgh, UK), “The Leaderschip of Roosevelt and Hitler during the Second World War: A Comparative Study”
  • Kiran Klaus Patel (Maastricht University), “The New Deal: A Global History”
  • Marek Jac (Charles University in Prague), “U.S. Policy towards Czechoslovakia during and after the Munich Crisis”
  • Jemma Carter (University of Exeter, UK), “The Aims of Mary McLeod Bethune and the Influence She Had during the Roosevelt Administration”
  • Pandora Donegan (University of Exeter, UK), “In What Ways Did Theodore Roosevelt’s Response to the Kishinev Pogrom of 1903 Differ from Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Response to Kristallnacht in 1938?”
  • Elmar Hellendoorn (Utrecht University), “The History of the Netherlands Nuclear Non-Proliferation Policy”

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.