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  • Ms. Emily Dabney

    2010-2011 Sosland Foundation Fellow

    "Forced Labor in the Maghreb, 1940-1943"

  • Ms. Ionela Ana Dascultu

    2016-2017 Yetta and Jacob Gelman Fellow on the Holocaust in Romania

    “Jewish Children in Orphanages in Transnistria (1942-1944). History and Memory”

  • Dr. Michael David-Fox

    2012-2013 Cummings Foundation Fellowship

    "Smolensk under Nazi and Soviet Rule"

  • Mr. Daan de Leeuw

    Ben and Zelda Cohen Fellow

    “The Geography of Slave Labor: Dutch Jews and the Third Reich, 1942-1945“

  • Martin Dean

    1997-1998 Pearl Resnick Postdoctoral Fellowship

    "Collaboration in the Holocaust: Crimes of the Local Police in Belorussia and Ukraine, 1941-44"

  • Ms. Rachel Deblinger

    2011-2012 Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellow

    "Constructions of Survival: Framing Holocaust Narratives in Postwar America"

  • Dr. John J. Delaney

    2004-2005 Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellow

    "Unfit to Belong: Foreign Workers, POW’s, Nazi Racial Policy and the Gestapo in Bavaria, 1939-1945"

  • Dennis Deletant

    2000-2001 Rosenzweig Family Fellowship for the Study of the Fate of Jews in Transnistria

    "The Fate of the Jews and Romas in Romanian-Occupied Transnistria, 1941-44"

  • Dr. Alioune Dème

    2013-2014 Pearl Resnick Postdoctoral Fellowship

    “Fostering Holocaust Education and Research in Senegal”

  • Dr. David Deutsch

    2017-2018 Phyllis Greenberg Heideman and Richard D. Heideman Fellow

    “The Effect of 'Lack of Precedent' on Holocaust Responsa Literature”

  • Waclaw Dlugoborski

    2000-2001 Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies Fellowship

    "Gypsies in Concentration Camps"

  • Dr. Dorin Dobrincu

    2013-2014 Yetta and Jacob Gelman Fellowship

    “ ‘The Scapegoat’: Attribution of Guilt to Jews in Romania after the Cessation of Bessarabia, Northern Bukovina, and Herta County after June 1940”

  • Ms. Daniella Doron

    2006-2007 Life Reborn Fellow for Research on Displaced Persons

    "In the Best Interest of the Child: Youth, Family, and Identity Among Postwar French Jews, 1944-1954"

  • Vadim Doubson

    2001-2002 Matthew Family Fellowship

    "Evacuation and Flight of Jews from the Russian Republic during the Holocaust: July-December, 1941"

  • Dr. Lawrence Douglas

    2013-2014 Ina Levine Invitational Scholar Fellowship

    “Demjanjuk in Munich”

  • Dr. Havi Dreifuss

    2009-2010 Phyllis Greenberg Heideman and Richard D. Heideman Fellowship

    "Ghetto Warsaw: The Last Months/Life at the Aryan Side"

  • Dr. Havi Dreifuss

    2015-2016 Phyllis Greenberg Heideman and Richard D. Heideman Fellow

    “Religious Life during the Holocaust / The Beginning of the End"

  • Dr. Havi Dreifuss

    2022–2023 Shapiro Senior Scholar-in-Residence

    "Reactions to the Holocaust: Insight, Actions, and Inactions"

  • Jean-Marc Dreyfus

    2000-2001 Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellowship for Archival Research

    "Economic Aryanization in Western Europe: A Comparative Study"

  • Dr. Jean-Marc Dreyfus

    2019-2020 J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Senior Scholar-in-Residence

    “Post-Holocaust Exhumations"

  • Dr. Natascha Drubek

    2013-2014 Diane and Howard Wohl Fellow

    “Between Resistance and Compliance: The Ambivalent Bequest of the Theresienstadt ‘Ghetto’ Films.”

  • Dr. Jonathan Druker

    2014-2015 Joyce and Arthur Schechter Fellow

    "Trauma, History, and Temporality in Holocaust Writing"

  • Dr. Lauren Du Graf

    2017-2018 Pearl Resnick Postdoctoral Fellow

    “Jean Wahl and the Literary Modernist Resistance”

  • Ms. Jehanne Dubrow

    2007-2008 Sosland Foundation Fellow

    "Always Winter: A Novel-in-Poems"

  • Ms. Anna Duensing

    2018-2019 Diane and Howard Wohl Fellow

    "'I Might Have Seen the Ashes of Some of My Brothers': African American Holocaust Memory and the Resonance of Black Antifascism from World War to Cold War."

  • Dr. Debórah Dwork

    2017-2018 J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Senior Scholar-in-Residence

    "Saints and Liars: American Relief and Rescue Workers during the Nazi Era"

  • Dr. Kirsten Dyck

    2013-2014 Cummings Foundation Fellow

    “Music and Genocide”