Rachel Coke (Plymouth University), “FDR: The Court Packing Case of 1937 and the Greater Politicization of the U.S. Supreme Court”
Kevin William McSweeney (Plymouth University), “Richard Nixon and the War on Drugs”
Jeffrey Howard Michaels (King’s College London, UK), “Kennedy’s Coups: The Limits and Compromises of American Power, 1961-1963”
- Annalisa Mogorovich (University of Trieste, Italy), “The African-American Political Leadership and the New Deal: The Federal Council on Negro Affairs”
- Jack Michelmore (University of Groningen), “A Defining Moment in the ‘Special Relationship’? Harold Wilson, Richard Nixon and the Vietnam War”
- Zinovia Lialiouti (Panteion University, Greece), “The Cultural Cold War: The Case of Greece, 1953-1969”
- Naomi Degroote (Ghent University, Belgium), “Beeldvorming rond de Verenigde Staten in België tijdens de regeerperiodes van John F. Kennedy en Lyndon B. Johnson, 1961-1969”
- Clemens Six (University of Groningen), “Religion as Anti-Communism in Early Cold War Southeast Asia”
- Daniel Cseh (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary), “Japanese-American Evacuation and Relocation: Civil Liberty versus National Security"
- Lionel Martina (University of Amsterdam), “The Original Yankees: Dutch Immigrant Influence on American Culture"
- Matthew Colton (University of Amsterdam), “The CIA, Kennedy, and Cuba: How the Relationship between the CIA and the Executive Branch Resulted in the Bay of Pigs Invasion”
- Lisa Veroni-Paccher (Université Bordeaux Montaigne), “Nation Time? Amiri Baraka and the 1972 Gary Convention” and “Black Power and National Political Conventions, 1966-1980: Utopias and Electoral Dreams, inside and outside the American Political System, 1966-1980”
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.