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Recipients of YIVO Faculty and Graduate Student Fellowships 2012-2013


RECIPIENTS OF YIVO FACULTY AND GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIPS, 2012–2013

AWARD NAMERECIPIENTAFFILIATION/WORKING TITLE
Dina Abramowicz Emerging Scholar Fellowship Dr. Semion Goldin Senior Research Fellow, Nevzlin Research Center, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Russian Jewry under Tsarist Military Rule during World War I
Prof. Bernard Choseed Memorial Fellowship Prof. Rakhmiel Peltz Professor of Sociolinguistics, Director of Judaic Studies, Drexel University
Uriel Weinreich, The Language and Culture of Jews in Eastern Europe
Rose and Isidore Drench Memorial Fellowship Caroline Luce Doctoral candidate, American History, UCLA
Visions of a Jewish Future: the Jewish Bakers Union and Yiddish Culture in Los Angeles, 1920–1950
Vladimir and Pearl Heifetz Memorial Fellowship Dr. Racheli Galay Visiting Researcher, Jewish Music Research Centre, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Joachim Stutschewsky (1891–1982): The Voice of the Jewish Cello
Aleksander and Alicja Hertz Memorial Fellowship Dr. Hanna Kozińska-Witt
Jews in Polish Municipal Administration 1918–1939: Cracow, Poznań/Posen and Warsaw
Vivian Lefsky Hort Memorial Fellowship Sunny Yudkoff Doctoral candidate, Yiddish and Hebrew Literature, Harvard University
“Let it be Consumption!”: Modern Jewish Writing and the Literary Capital of Tuberculosis
Abram and Fannie Gottlieb Immerman and
Abraham Nathan and Bertha Daskal Weinstein Memorial Fellowship
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Joseph Kremen Memorial Fellowship Dr. Karen Underhill Modern Languages and Literatures, Polish Faculty, Loyola University
A Study of the Manuscript Stempenyu, oder der yidisher Paganini by Sholem Aleichem
Abraham and Rachela Melezin Fellowship Dr. Lara Lempert Lecturer, History, Vilnius University
Letter and Spirit: Culture of Reading in Jewish Vilna in the 19th and 20th Centuries
Workmen's Circle/Dr. Emanuel Patt Visiting Professorship Prof. Naomi Seidman Koret Professor of Jewish Culture, Graduate Theological Union
A Pious Revolutionary: Rhetorical and Intertextual Strategies in the Writings of Sara Shnirer
Natalie and Mendel Racolin Memorial Fellowship Nadja Berkovich Doctoral candidate, Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
The Emergence of Literary Ethnography in the Russian Empire: From the Far East to the Pale of Settlement, 1845–1917
Maria Salit-Gitelson Tell Memorial Fellowship Dr. Lara Lempert Lecturer, History, Vilnius University
Letter and Spirit: Culture of Reading in Jewish Vilna in the 19th and 20th Centuries
Dora and Mayer Tendler Fellowship Faith Jones Masters candidate, Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies, University of British Columbia
Yiddish Print Culture in Winnipeg
Samuel and Flora Weiss Research Fellowship Ori Yehudai Doctoral candidate, History, University of Chicago
Jewish Remigration from Palestine/Israel after the Second World War