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  • Dr. Josefine Wagner

    2019-2020 Center for Holocaust Studies at the Institute for Contemporary History-Munich & Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies Exchange Scholar

    Sonderpädagogik: Continuities and Ruptures of Eugenic Discourses in Special Needs Education”

  • Ms. Anika Walke

    2009-2010 Miles Lerman Center for the Study of Jewish Resistance Research Fellow

    "The Jewish Struggle of Survival in German Occupied Soviet Territories"

  • Mr. Tobias Wals

    Center for Holocaust Studies at the Institute for Contemporary History-Munich & Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies Exchange Scholar

    “Entangled City: World War II and the Holocaust in Zhytomyr”

  • Mr. James Ward

    2004-2005 Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellow

    "No Saint: The Life and Lives of Jozef Tiso, 1887-2004"

  • Mr. Nicholas Warmuth

    William J. Lowenberg Memorial Fellow on America, the Holocaust, and the Jews

    “The Flossenbürg Trial” 

  • Dr. Leslie Waters

    2014-2015 Gunzenberg-Reichman Family Fellow for the Study of Slovakia

    "Identity and Lived Experience in the Slovak-Hungarian Borderlands in the Second World War Era"

  • Professor Ulrike Weckel

    2007-2008 Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellow

    "Shameful Images: German Responses to Allied Documentaries on Nazi Concentration Camps"

  • Professor Theodore R. Weeks

    2005-2006 Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies Fellow

    "The End of Jewish Vilna and Kovno, 1939-1944"

  • Professor Gregory Weeks

    2004-2005 Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellow

    "The Role of the Vienna Municipal Police in the Forced Emigration and Murder of Jews, 1938-1944"

  • Gerhard Weinberg

    2001-2002 J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Senior Scholar-in-Residence Fellowship

    "WWII Era Leaders and Their Ideological Visions of the Post-War World"

  • Mr. Anton Weiss-Wendt

    2002-2003 Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellow

    "The Holocaust in Estonia: The Problem of Indigenous Collaboration"

  • Lenore Weitzman

    2001-2002 Research Fellowship of the Miles Lerman Center for the Study of Jewish Resistance

    "The Couriers in the Jewish Resistance during the Holocaust"

  • Dr. Edward Westermann

    J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Fellow

    “Rituals of Mass Murder: Alcohol and Atrocity in the Holocaust"

  • Mr. Anthony Wexler

    2014-2015 Alexander Grass Memorial Fellow

    “At a Distance of Years: The Novel of Aging in the Shadow of Auschwitz” 

  • Ms. Laurie Whitcomb-Norden

    2004-2005 ‘Life Reborn’ Fellow

    "Hadassah Rosensaft: Jewish Women’s Leadership and Changing Identities in the Belsen Displaced Persons Camp"

  • Joseph White

    2001-2002 Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies Fellowship

    "A Content Analysis of Racial Policy and Terror in the Wartime German Press"

  • Ms. Susanne Wiedemann

    2005-2006 Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellow

    "The Shanghai Municipal Archives Files: Youth Culture and Public Health Issues in Shanghai in the 1940’s"

  • Dr. David Wildermuth

    2010-2011 Pearl Resnick Postdoctoral Fellow

    "The Wehrmacht and the Holocaust: A Case Study"

  • Ms. Danielle Willard-Kyle

    2016-2017 Ben and Zelda Cohen Fellow

    "Living in Liminal Spaces: Refugees in Italian Displaced Persons Camps, 1945-1951"

  • Ms. Christina Winkler

    2014-2015 L. Dennis and Susan R. Shapiro Fellow

    “The Holocaust in Rostov-on-Don.” 

  • Rebecca Wittmann

    2000-2001 Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies Fellowship

    "Holocaust on Trial? The Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial (1963-1965) in Historical Perspective"

  • Ms. Katarzyna Wodarska-Ogidel

    2015-2016 J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Fellow

    "From Recitation to Puppet Plays: Different Forms of Theatrical Activities of Prisoners in Death Camps”

  • Dr. Shannon Woodcock

    2006-2007 Pearl Resnick Postdoctoral Fellow

    "Romanian Legislation, Police and Actions for the Deportation and Persecution of Romanian Roma in Historical, Regional, and Ethnic Context, 1937-1946"

  • Peter Wrobel

    1999-2000 Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies Fellowship

    "Catastrophe: The Impact of World War II on Poland"

  • Dr. Anna Wylegala

    2013-2014 Norman Raab Foundation Fellow

    “The Social Anthropology of Filling the Void: Poland and Ukraine after World War II”