Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience

Geraldine R. Dodge Fellows

Beginning in 1999, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation supported a post-doctoral fellowship at the Rutgers Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience. The Dodge Fellowship is a highly competitive post-doctoral initiative that brings to Rutgers-Newark for a maximum of two years a recently minted Ph.D. in the social sciences and humanities. The purpose of the Fellowship is to give post-graduate scholars an opportunity to advance their scholarly work and, equally important, to become a driving force in the Institute’s publicly engaged scholarship in Greater Newark. Dodge Fellows conceptualize and bring to fruition an ambitious project that is consistent with the Institute’s commitment to public literacy in matters informed by scholarship on history, ethnicity, race, and culture in modern life.

For nearly twelve years, Dodge Fellows have left indelible marks on the academic life of the University and, equally important, on the civic culture of one of Newark.

 

Amy Bach, Ed.D Geraldine R. Dodge Post-Doctoral Fellow 2010-2011
Mark Krasovic, PhD Geraldine R. Dodge Post-Doctoral Fellow 2008-2010
Christina Collins, Ph.D Geraldine R. Dodge Post-Doctoral Fellow 2006-2008
Miriam J. Petty, Ph.D. Geraldine R. Dodge Post-Doctoral Fellow 2004-2006
Rosamond S. King, Ph.D. Geraldine R. Dodge Post-Doctoral Fellow 2002-2004
George White, Jr., Ph. D Geraldine R. Dodge Post-Doctoral Fellow 2001-2002
Erika Bsumek-Hannon, Ph. D. Geraldine R. Dodge Post-Doctoral Fellow 1998-2001