Fellows in residence at the Museum are building on the work of their predecessors to reveal new information and offer new perspectives about the Holocaust. The opinions of fellows expressed before, during the course of, or after their activities with the Mandel Center are their own and do not represent and are not endorsed by the US Holocaust Memorial Museum or its Mandel Center.

  • Ioanida Costache

    Ioanida Costache

    Yetta and Jacob Gelman Fellow on the Holocaust in Romania

    Project: “Sounding Romani Sonic-Subjectivity: Counterhistory, Identity Formation, and Affect”
    in Romanian-Roma Music, 1941-1989”

  • Chad Gibbs

    Chad Gibbs

    Fred and Maria Devinki Memorial Fellow

    Project: “Against that Darkness: Perseverance, Resistance, and Revolt at Treblinka”

  • Alana Holland

    Alana Holland

    American University and Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies Postdoctoral Fellow

    Project: “The Art of Retribution: Holocaust Memory and Justice in People’s Poland and Soviet Lithuania, 1944-1969”

  • Paul Jaskot

    Paul Jaskot

    Ina Levine Invitational Scholar (Senior Scholar)

    Project: “Towards an Integrated History of the Occupation of Krakow: Digital and Analog Approaches
    to Nazi and Jewish Spaces”

  • Christine Liu

    Christine Liu

    Digital Humanities Associate Fellow, Levine Institute for Holocaust Education and
    Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies

    Project: "Visualizing Experiences of Hunger in the Lodz Ghetto"

  • Maël Le Noc

    Maël Le Noc

    Fred and Maria Devinki Memorial Fellow

    Project: “Towards a geography of persecution: The case of the Arts-et-Métiers and the Enfants-Rouges quarters of the third arrondissement of Paris, 1940-1946”

  • Caroline Riley

    Caroline Riley

    Judith B. and Burton P. Resnick Postdoctoral Fellow

    Project: “Thérèse Bonney’s Photography: The Politics of Art, the Body, and War from 1920 to 1970”

  • Vanda Rajcan

    Vanda Rajcan

    Gunzenberger-Reichman Family Fellow

    Project: “Unpopular Justice: Holocaust-related Crimes in Slovak People’s Courts, 1945-47”