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November 15, 2022

On November 14, PHS staff was joined by four PHS Research Fellowship grant recipients for a panel discussion on conducting archival research at the Presbyterian Historical Society. The Fellows spoke about their research topics, their experiences visiting and researching in the PHS archives, and the impact the Research Fellowship had on their work.

The panel consisted of Dr. Reuben Loffman, 2022 Fellow; Sopanit "Dede" Angsusingha, 2022 Fellow; Dr. Connor Kenaston,...

May 1, 2020

The Presbyterian Historical Society is pleased to award four Research Fellowship grants for 2020.

Dr. Anne Blankenship of North Dakota State University, Connor S. Kenaston of the University of Virginia, Dr. Reuben Loffman of Queen Mary University of London, and...

May 1, 2019

The Presbyterian Historical Society is pleased to award three Research Fellowship grants for 2019.

Dr. Leanne Calvert of the University of Hertfordshire; Yasmina El Chami, a graduate student at the University of Cambridge; and Kevin Rose, a graduate student at the University of Virginia, were chosen from a record-tying number of applicants. PHS received applications from fifteen...

March 17, 2019

--by Youngeun Koo

I visited PHS in August 2018 as part of my doctoral project. My thesis examines the development of intercountry adoption from South Korea between 1953 and 1979. I’m particularly interested in better understanding activities and efforts carried out by state and institutional actors to support needy children and families in Korea.

Since 2017, I’ve gathered archival and oral data from Korea, Sweden, and Denmark. The United States was my last stop for data collection. I was very fortunate to receive a ...

April 12, 2012

Christopher R. Schlect

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Presbyterian Historical Society is pleased to announce the two recipients of 2012 Research Fellowship grants.

Christopher Schlect, a Ph.D....

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