Doctoral Fellowships, 1991

Christian Bremen 

The Eisenhower Administration and the Second Berlin Crisis, 1958-1960. 
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Klaus Schwabe, Technical University of Aachen. 

Claudia Breuer 

The American Legation in Riga and the Soviet Union, 1917-1940. 
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Erich Angermann, University of Cologne. 

Johannes Eue 

The Oregon Question, 1814-1848. 
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Erich Angermann, University of Cologne. 

Britta Fees 

Work and Trade Union Organization of Women in San Francisco, 1850-1900.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Norbert Finzsch, University of Cologne.

Irene Häderle 

German Women's Associations in Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1870-1930. 
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Karin Hausen, Technical University of Berlin. 

Michaela Hönicke 

American Images of Germany between War and Peace: A Study in Changing Perceptions. 
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Gerhard L. Weinberg, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

Wilfried Mausbach 

The First Industry Plan and Allied Postwar Policy. 
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Leo Haupts, University of Cologne. 

Silke Wehner (-Franco) 

Emigration of German Women Servants to the United States, 1870-1920. 
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Günter Wiegelmann, University of Münster.