Gretchen Pierce received a Fulbright-Hays fellowship for her dissertation project, entitled "Sober Revolutionaries: Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in the Anti-Alcohol Campaigns in Oaxaca and Sonora, Mexico, 1910-1940."
Joshua Rosenthal was awarded a Fulbright, for continued research in Paris on
his dissertation, "The Sword that Divides and Bonds that Tie: Faith and
Family in the French Wars of Religion".
Cynthia Gonzales was awarded a Fulbright, for dissertation research in
Spain on "Early Modern Spanish Port Cities and Modern Mediterranean Theory:
Women in the City of Valencia".
Tracy Goode was awarded the Council of American Overseas Research Centers'
Multi-Country Research Fellowship, for dissertation research in Spain and
Mexico on her project, "Etxekoak inperioa: A Basque Family Empire in the
18th-century Global Economy".
Ziad Fahmy was awarded the American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) Dissertation Fellowship (funded by the State Department Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs) for his project, "Popularizing Early Egyptian
Nationalism: Popular Culture, Vernacular Print Culture and the Satirical
Kathryn Jasper was awarded the Amy High Latin Scholarship for intensive
study at the Aestiva Romae Latinitatis this summer in Rome.
Deborah Kaye was awarded a Marshall Foundation Dissertation Fellowship to finish her dissertation entitled, "Between Ghetto and State: The Jews of Piedmont, Religious Policy and Liberal Reform before the Italian Risorgimento, 1821-1831."