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Center Fellows

The Center is proud to list among its fellows scholars of various disciplines, including history, religious studies, photography, classics, psychology, modern foreign languages, and more. Our fellows have published over the past two years some twenty books, along with numerous articles, and many have received prestigious awards such as a MacArthur Fellowship and NEH and ACLS grants. The Center is also proud of its international reach, with fellows in Germany and the United Kingdom.

Internal Fellows:

Dr. Gilya Schmidt
Religious Studies
University of Tennessee

Dr. Martin Griffin
English Department
University of Tennessee

Dr. Daniel Magilow
Modern Foreign Languages (German)
University of Tennessee

Dr. Maria Stehle
Modern Foreign Languages (German)
University of Tennessee

Dr. Monica Black
History Department
University of Tennessee

Dr. Laura Nenzi
Department of History
University of Tennessee

Dr. Christopher Magra
Department of History
University of Tennessee

Dr. Margaret Andersen
Department of History
University of Tennessee

Dr. Luke Harlow
Department of History
University of Tennessee

Dr. Stephen Ash
Department of History
University of Tennessee

Dr. Ernie Freeberg
Department of History
University of Tennessee

Dr. Chad Black
Department of History
University of Tennessee

Dr. Baldwin Lee
School of Art (Photography)
University of Tennessee

Dr. Brian Barber
Department of Psychology
Center for the Study of Youth and Political Violence
University of Tennessee

Dr. Jay Rubenstein
Department of History
University of Tennessee

Dr. John Friend
Department of Classics
University of Tennessee

Dr. Flavia Brizio-Skov
Modern Foreign Languages (Italian)
University of Tennessee

The Center has an impressive group of very productive fellows. During the 2012-13 academic year our fellows published 7 books and 8 articles. Additionally, they currently have 15 forthcoming books under contract. The fellows have also received a number of prestigious prizes, including fellowships from the MacArthur Foundation, the American Council of Learned Societies, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Humanities Center, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), and more. The Center is also very proud of its group of affiliated graduate students, who since 2008 have won international awards from the U.S. Department of State Fulbright Program, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies, and the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

 

External Fellows

Dr. Jeremy Crang
Department of History
University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Dr. Joachim Tauber
Director, Nord Ost Institut Lüneburg, Germany

Dr. Katherine Landdeck
Texas Woman’s University

Dr. Tom Burman
The University of Notre Dame

Dr. Robert Citino
Samuel Zemurray Stone Senior Historian
National WWII Museum, New Orleans

Dr. Howard Jones
Department of History
University of Alabama

Dr. Benjamin Severance
Department of History
Auburn University

Dr. John McManus
Department of History
University of Missouri-Rolla

Dr. Karen Petrone
Department of History
University of Kentucky

Dr. Robert Nelson
University of Windsor

Dr. Jesse Kauffman
Eastern Michigan University

Dr. Warren Dockter
Churchill Archives By-Fellow
Churchill College, Cambridge University

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