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Reppy Institute Announces 2019–20 Fellowship Recipients

Reppy Institute 2019-2020 Fellowship Recipients
August 15, 2019

Reppy Institute Announces 2019–20 Fellowship Recipients

The Reppy Institute is pleased to announce the recipients of the Graduate Fellowship for 2019-2020: Jonathan Lohnes (history), Cameron Mailhot (government), and Lindsey Pruett (government). The fellowship provides one semester of in-absentia tuition, stipend, and health insurance.

Lohnes will conduct multi-archival research in Turkey, examining the construction of Libya during the early 20th century, a period that created perceptions of a North-South Mediterranean divide that remain influential in the dynamics of migration from North Africa to Europe. Mailhot will undertake fieldwork in Kosovo, with the aim of better understanding the determinants of success and failure in international peacebuilding missions. Pruett will conduct fieldwork in Guinea and Senegal, examining the role of the military in shaping citizen trust in states.

In the photo from left to right: Lohnes, Slayton (Reppy Institute Director), Pruett, Mailhot.

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