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Fellowships Awarded in 2018

In 2018, the American Council on Germany awarded fellowships to the following individuals to complete research on timely topics:

Jessica Brier
Doctoral Candidate
University of South Carolina
Research Topic: “Typophoto and the Reininvention of Photography in Weimar Germany”
Hunt Fellowship

Efraim Chalamish
New York University
Research Topic: “Constructive Transatlantic Trade Relations in Times of Economic Populism – From Industrial Policies to Bilateral Investments”
McCloy Fellowship on Global Trends

Susan Colburn
Henry Chauncey Jr. ’57 Postdoctoral Fellow
International Security Studies
Yale University
Research Topic: “Euromissiles: A Transatlantic History”
Goldman Fellowship

Michael Cowden
American Metal Market
Research Topic: “Trump, Trade Wars, and Metal: Why Nationalism Remains Forged in Steel in a World of Composite Drones”
McCloy Fellowship on Global Trends

Daniel Hellwig
Doctoral Candidate
WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management
Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative
Research Topic: “Future State of the Blockchain Ecosystem for Transatlantic Trade, Finance, and Logistics”
DZ BANK Fellowship on Transatlantic Business and Finance

Carolyn Taratko
Doctoral Candidate
Vanderbilt University
Research Topic: “Feeding Germany: Food, Land, and the Social Question in Modern Germany, 1871-1923”
Hunt Fellowship

Ann Toews
Foreign Policy Research Institute
Research Topic: “Policy Implications of Germany’s Shifting Religious Demography”
McCloy Fellowship on Global Trends

Carolin Wefer
International Affairs Advisor
Deutscher Bundestag
Research Topic: “Women Leaders in Transatlantic Relations”
McCloy Fellowship on Global Trends