University of Wisconsin–Madison

Support the Mosse Mission

George L. Mosse, a great historian, teacher, mentor, and friend, graced the UW-Madison campus for some forty years, and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem for some twenty years creating a vital and variegated international intellectual community. The mission of the Mosse Program, which he endowed, is to support and sustain international scholarship and provide opportunities for generations of scholars to experience that community through graduate, post-doctoral, faculty exchange, graduate fellowships, scholarly publications, conferences, online courses, a digital archive project, exhibits, and visiting scholars.

The Program has provided direct support to over 130 graduate and undergraduate students, offering opportunities that are often not available at public universities. For more information on the Mosse Program and its varied activities, please email Skye Doney.

Support the mission of the Mosse Program.
We appreciate the ongoing support of the Friends of the Mosse Program.

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