Awards: Honors, Grants and Fellowships





Honors:



2019 WSU Arts and Humanities Fellowship to complete the first draft of my new book Analyzing the Far Right: A Psychoanalytic and Critical Theory Perspective, April 2019, $10,000



2018 Austrian Scientists in North America (ASCINA) Junior Faculty Award for Power and Feminist Agency in Capitalism: Toward a New Theory of the Political Subject (2017, Oxford University Press); awarded to one Austrian researcher for excellence in a scientific publication at a North American research institution. The awardee is selected by the Austrian Science Fund on the basis of an international review committee; December 2018, EUR 10,000; see links to press releases about award ceremony



Austrian Program for Advanced Research and Technology (APART) fellowship; top grant in the sciences from the Austrian Academy of Sciences to complete research on “Gender in International Scientific Migration” project, 2006-2009, $225,000



The New School for Social Research (NSSR) doctoral fellowship; awarded to two doctoral students across all disciplines per year,  2001-2003, $54,000



  1. J.William Fulbright Fellowship to pursue graduate studies in the United States, 1997- 1999, $60,000




Grants and Fellowships:




EXTERNAL

  1. Travel Grant, Austrian Scientists in North America (ASCINA), Austrian Science Talk, Los Angeles, October 2015 and October 2013, $550 each


  1. “Gender in International Scientific Migration,” Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) research grant, 2007-2008, $21,000


  1. “Socio-political Transformation and Continental Thought,” Research Fellow Grant, Advanced Cultural Studies Institute of Sweden (ACSIS), Linköpings University, Sweden, 2005, $6,000


American Political Science Association Travel Grant, 2005, $300



INTERNAL

•"Analyzing the Far Right: A Psychoanalytic and Critical Theory Perspective":

oADVANCE WSU External Mentorship Grant, to work with Prof. Amy Allen (Penn State University) on our new book projects, 2019, $ 5,000

oWSU School of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs, Summer Faculty Research Grant, 2018, $ 4,000


  1. “Mourning Denied: The Living Dead,” WSU College of Arts and Sciences, International Travel Grant, Critical Theory and Social Justice Conference in Rome, Italy, May 2017, $ 1,000


  1. “Mourning Denied: The Living Dead,” WSU School of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs, Summer Faculty Research Grant, 2017, $ 5,000


  1. Washington State University (WSU) Humanities Fellowship to complete the first draft of my book The Politics of Repressed Guilt: The Tragedy of Austrian Silence (2018, Edinburgh University Press),  January  2015, $12,500


  1. “Luxemburg, Adorno and Socio-Political Transformation,” WSU Faculty Travel Grant, Critical Theory and Social Justice Conference in Rome, Italy, May 2013, $1,200


  1. “Contemporary Feminist Political Theory,” Curriculum Development Grant, 2011, Roanoke College (RC), $4,000


  1. “The Politics of a Subject-In-Outline,” Faculty Summer Research Award, 2010, RC, $2,000


  1. “The Philosophy of Middle Eastern Politics,” Curriculum Development Grant, 2010, RC, $4,000


  1. “Adorno, Derrida, and the Political Subject,” Faculty Enrichment Grant, RC, 2009, $1,000


  1. “Political Theory Library Grant,” to update library holding in political theory, 2009, RC, $1,000


  1. The Graduate Faculty Dean’s Grant for the Women in Political Studies Conference, The New School for Social Research (NSSR), 2003, $ 500


University of Vienna, Dissertation Fellowship, 1999-2001, $10,000




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