Grants and Scholarships

Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Grants

The Ohio State University doctoral students who received Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) funding to conduct research in other countries.


Justin Pinta (doctoral candidate, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, College of Arts and Sciences) for "Minority Language Resilience in Corrientes Argentina"


John Bundschuh (doctoral candidate, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences) for "Tense, Aspect, and Modality in the Creation of Narrative Structure in Japanese Kundokugo Buddhist Texts"

Ashlee Dauphinais (doctoral candidate, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, College of Arts and Sciences) for "Linguistic Practices among Women with Turner Syndrome in Brazil"

Katherine Fitzgerald (doctoral candidate, Department of Comparative Studies, College of Arts and Sciences) for "No Pure Lands: The Contemporary Buddhism of Tibetan Lay Women"

Barbara Y. Roth (doctoral candidate, Department of Political Science), College of Arts and Sciences for "Settlement Social Norms and Conflict Migration in Bosnia"

Nathan Young (doctoral candidate, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, College of Arts and Sciences) for "Modernization’s Other: Nostalgia for Village Life in Turkey"


Nikki Freeman (doctoral candidate, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences) for “A Time to Rebuild—The Education and Rehabilitation of Jewish Children in Postwar Germany and Poland"


Sam Kay (doctoral candidate, Department of Geography, College of Arts and Sciences) for "Urban Outcasts – Environmental Cleanup and Internal Migration in North China"


William Chou (doctoral candidate, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences) for "Made with America: Transpacific Networks and the Construction of Japanese Quality and Appeal, 1952- 1982"

Devin Grammon (doctoral candidate, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, College of Arts and Sciences) for "Intercultural competence: Dialect Features and Global Education"

Keshia Lai (doctoral candidate, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences) for "Americanizing Singaporean Mormons, 1968-1995: Conversations about Race, Gender and Family"