Doctoral Fellowships, 2000

Svenja Blanke

Civic Foreign Policy: U.S. Religious Interest Groups and Central American Migration, 1980-1992.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Knud Krakau, Free University of Berlin. 

Astrid M. Eckert

Der Kampf um die Akten: Die Rückgabeverhandlungen um die beschlagnahmten deutschen Archive, 1959-1960.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Knud Krakau, Free University of Berlin. 

Andreas Elter

U.S.-Medien im Krieg: Pressefreiheit und nationale Sicherheit in der zweiten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Jürgen Heideking, University of Cologne. 

Cora Goldstein

Images for Democracy: American Visual Policies in Germany, 1945-1949.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Michael Geyer, University of Chicago. 

Claudia Haake

Widerstand ist zwecklos? Yaquis und Delawaren und ihr Umgang mit der Staatsbildung in Mexico und den USA Ende des 19. und Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts. 
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Barbara Potthast, University of Bielefeld. 

Patricia Heberer

'Exitus' Today in Hadamar: The History of a National Socialist 'Euthanasia' Facility.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. James F. Harris, University of Maryland at College Park. 

Christian B. Keller

German-Americans in Civil War-Era Pennsylvania: The Relationship between Ethnicity and Wartime Character.
Doctoral advisers: Prof. Gary W. Gallagher and Prof. Mark E. Neely Jr., Pennsylvania State University. 

Barbara Lorenzkowski

National Identity and Cultural Difference in the Borderlands: German Schooling and Festivity in New York State and Ontario, 1850-1914.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Chad Gaffield, University of Ottawa. 

Michael J. Marcsisin

Robert Murphy and the Art of Diplomacy.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Gerald D. Feldman, University of California at Berkeley. 

Kirsten Okun

Ästhetik der Grenzüberschreitung als Subversion dualistischer Denkmuster - Die 'Amerikanisierung' der deutschen Literatur durch die Beat-Generation.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Albert Meier, University of Kiel. 

Charles E. Robinson

The Political and Cultural History of Racial Representation of Africans and African Americans in Germany, 1900-1933. 
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Rudolph Binion, Brandeis University.

Anja Schäfers

American Forces Network (AFN) in Deutschland in den 1950er and 1960er Jahren.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Axel Schildt, University of Hamburg. 

Timothy L. Schroer

Rethinking Race: African Americans and the Occupation of Germany, 1945-1949.
Doctoral adviser: Prof. Alon Confino, University of Virginia.