Article on Jimmy Carter in Nodong Sinmun
This is the second of our series of reports from graduate students working in US history who were awarded research funding from the Crane Fund, generously established by Professor Elaine Crane. This report is from PhD student Brandon Gauthier.
The generous assistance of the Elaine Forman Crane Research Grant enabled me to travel to College Park, Maryland in June and the Republic of Korea (ROK) in August to conduct research for my dissertation, entitled: “North Korea in the American Imagination, 1950-1996: Cultural, Intellectual, and Political Perspectives.” [Read on}
When Professor Elaine Crane was honored by Fordham University with funding for scholarly activities to mark her elevation to the rank of Distinguished University Professor, she generously offered the funds as one-time research grant awards for graduate students in US history.
In the coming weeks we will profile the research projects undertaken with support of the Crane fund. This week: a week in the archives in New Orleans with Jacquelyne Thoni Howard. For Jacque’s report from New Orleans, read on.