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Sharon Abramson Research Grant

The Holocaust Educational Foundation of Northwestern University (HEFNU) awards Sharon Abramson Research Grants to support research related to the Holocaust. Doctoral candidates nearing completion of their dissertations and scholars from all disciplines and career stages (including independent scholars) are eligible for this grant, which supports activities conducted during the academic year (September to September) following the award of the grant.

Visit the application page for more information and to apply. The deadline is in early February each year.

2021 Recipients

Marilyn Campeau, Teaching Assistant
University of Toronto
“Soviet “Liberators” and the Aftermath of the Holocaust in Germany, 1945–1949”

Patrick Chura, Professor
University of Akron
“Recovering the Source of Albert Maltz's Suppressed Holocaust Novel”

Anthony Foreman, Graduate Student
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
“Military Honor and the Holocaust”

Raphael/le Linden, Graduate Student
New York University
“It Wasn’t Us: An Autofictional Exploration of Holocaust Remembrance, Legacies of Trauma, and American Jewish Identity”

Caroline Riley, Research Associate and Lecturer
University of California, Davis
“Thérèse Bonney’s Photography: The Intermedial Syndication of Art, the Body, and War from 1920 to 1970”

Judith Vöcker, Graduate Student
University of Leicester
“’In the Name of the German Nation’ The German jurisdiction in Warsaw and Radom during the Nazi occupation of the General Government (1939-1945).”

Past Sharon Abramson Research Grant Recipients

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