Mosse Graduate Program Fellowships

The George L. Mosse Fellowship in LGBTQ+ History has helped me make a significant contribution on the history of Germany and the history of sexuality.

Javier Samper Vendrell, Grinnell College

Mosse Graduate Fellowship in LGBTQ+ History

This fellowship is intended to attract and support outstanding Ph.D. candidates who wish to study some aspect of LGBTQ+ history in any area of the world. The fellowship package, available only to incoming students, consists of five years of guaranteed support.

To apply: Submit an application to the UW-Madison Department of History, specifying your wish to be considered for the Mosse Fellowship in LGBTQ+ History on the Supplemental Application form found on the History Department’s Graduate Admission webpage.

For more information, visit the UW-Madison History Department fellowships page or contact Leslie Abadie, abadie@wisc.edu, (608) 263-1962.

Fellows in LGBTQ+ History will benefit from the Program in Gender and Women’s History (PGWH) and History Department faculty in the Women, Gender, and Sexuality cluster, including:

Ashley Brown
Suzanne Desan
A. Finn Enke
April Haynes
Judith A. Houck
Mary Lou Roberts
Gloria Whiting

Application Deadline is December 1

Previous Mosse LGBTQ+ Fellows:

2018 Ezra Gerard

2015 Dan Guadagnolo

2014 Simon D. Elin Fisher

2010 Javier Samper Vendrell

2009 Christopher Hommerding

2008 Ashley Barnes-Gilbert

2008 Stephanie Westcott

Mosse WDGF Fellowship in Modern European Cultural History & Modern Jewish History

This fellowship is intended to attract and support outstanding Ph.D. candidates who wish to study some aspect of Modern European or Modern Jewish history in any area of the world. The fellowship package, available only to incoming students, consists of five years of guaranteed support.

To apply: Submit an application to the UW-Madison Department of History, specifying your wish to be considered for the Mosse Fellowship in Modern European Cultural History or Modern Jewish History on the Supplemental Application form found on the History Department’s Graduate Admission webpage.

For more information, visit the UW-Madison History Department fellowships page or contact Leslie Abadie, abadie@wisc.edu, (608) 263-1962.

Fellows in Modern Jewish History can take advantage of the thirty-five faculty from seventeen disciplines associated with the George L. Mosse/Laurence A. Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies, an interdisciplinary program.

For additional information on the Mosse WDGF Fellowships, please contact:

Tony Michels, George L. Mosse Professor of American Jewish History and Jewish Studies, aemichels@wisc.edu.
Amos Bitzan, Frances and Laurence Weinstein Assistant Professor of History, abitzan@wisc.edu.
Skye Doney, Director George L. Mosse Program, doney@wisc.edu.

Application Deadline is December 1

Previous Mosse Modern European Cultural History & Modern Jewish History Fellows:

2019 Ethell Gershengorin

2018 Svea Larson

2017 Joseph Banin

2016 Conrad Allen

2016 Chad Gibbs

2016 Alice Main

2015 Valeria Navarro Rosenblatt

2015 Britt Tevis

2013 Laila Laurel Miller

2012 Abigail Lewis

2011 Michelle Gaseor

2010 Yuan Chang

2008 Charles Cahill

2008 Terrence Peterson

2008 Haley Cooper

2007 Jessica Kirstein

2007 Katherine Guenoun

2004 Sarah Robinson

2004 Nadine Zimmerli

2003 Sonja Mekel

2003 Mary Wunnenberg Kirsh

2002 Ethan Katz

2002 Gil Ribak

2002 Sarah Wobick-Segev

2001 Ana Schaposchnik

2001 Eric Ehrenreich

2002 Robert Lewis