Previous Award Winners
 
 
2010
 
Gilbert Chinard Research Fellowships
 
Dr. Jennifer Palmer
The University of Chicago
“An Ocean between Them: Race, Gender, and the Family in France and its Colonies”
 
Kelly Summers
Stanford
 
2009
 
Gilbert Chinard Research Fellowship Winner:
 
Allison Fisher
Northwestern University
Department of Art History
 
“Experimental Collectivity: Housing, Technology and Architectural Research in France,
 
2008
 
Edouard Morot-Sir Fellowship in Literature (1):  
 
Virginie Pouzet-Duzer    
Duke University
“Proust, Valéry, and Gracq’s Notebooks:  Finding Writer’s First Impressions”
 
Gilbert Chinard
 
2007
 
Gilbert Chinard  Research Fellowships
 
Bethany S. Keenan
Department of History
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“Vietnam is Fighting for Us: French National Identity and the U.S.- Vietnam
 
2006
 
Gilbert Chinard Research Fellowships
 
Alicia C. Levin
Department of Music
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dissertation Title: “Seducing Paris: Piano Virtuosos and Artistic Identity, 1820-
 
The winners of the fellowships and awards given out by the Institut Français d’Amérique are listed here, along with the topic studied.