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2024 Research Grant Recipients

Congratulations to the following recipients of the Society’s 2024 Research-Travel Grants:

  • Lane Baker (Stanford University) – Romani Travelers and Immigrants in the Holy Roman Empire, 1400–1497
  • Aron Brouwer (University of Pennsylvania) – Pan-Fascism: The Promises and Paradoxes of Transnational Ultranationalism, 1925-1955
  • Bianca Centrone (Princeton University) – Workers in Beautiful Homes: Productivism, Social Policies and Entrepreneurs in the European Industrial Borderland, 1890s-1940s
  • Émilie Duranceau-Lapointe (University of Michigan-Ann Arbor) – How Racial Categories Become Realities: The Bureaucratic Journeys of “Jewish” Petitioners to the Standesamt in Nazi Berlin, 1939–1945
  • Hana Green (Clark University) – “Whatever happens, never reveal to anyone that you’re Jewish”: Identity Passing as a Jewish Response to Persecution during the Nazi Period, 1933-1945
  • Jonas Knatz (New York University) – Automation as an Intellectual Event: Automata, Work, and Politics in Cold War West Germany, 1949-1989
  • Alexander Langstaff (New York University) – Constructing Public Opinion: Polling and Citizenship in Postwar Czechoslovakia
  • Justin Meyer (Washington University at Saint Louis) – Hartmann Schedel’s Opus de Antiquitatibus (1505) at the Nexus of German Humanist Patriotism and Central European Intellectual Change
  • Hayley Roy (Emory University) – “Wild” Sisters: Volunteer Nurses in German Overseas Colonies, 1885-1918
  • Yanara Schmacks (City University of New York) – Reproductive Nation: German Motherhood, Erotics, and Ecology between East and West