The Center’s mission is to encourage research on how the Cold War and the red scares shaped domestic political culture and foreign policy. We are particularly interested in proposals that deal with civil liberties, civil rights, academic freedom, political repression, and resistance. Other topics may include: gender relations, internal security, labor relations, foreign policy, and […]
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Starting in September 2004 and lasting through May 2007, the Center begins a new Project with its own fellowship program, The Authority of Knowledge in a Global Age. The project seeks to better understand the production, circulation, and legitimation of social knowledge on a global scale. The Project’s weekly Friday mornings seminars and occasional symposia […]
Fellowship program supports under-represented groups who will contribute to academic excellence at NYU. Appointments are for two years. Fellows teach a maximum of one course per semester, participate in school and departmental activities, and receive mentoring support.
The Remarque Institute offers a yearly postdoctoral fellowship, open to scholars from the US and abroad, who are working on research topics related to contemporary Europe and whose interest coincide with those of the Remarque Institute. One-year post-doctoral fellowships are available to applicants who have completed their doctorate within the last five years. The successful […]