Weston Nunn takes Walbolt to Moscow

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Weston Nunn, a PhD candidate, has been awarded a Walbolt Dissertation Fellowship for his proposal entitled "Between State and Peasantry: The Dynamics of Military Administration in Volunteer-Occupied Russia, 1918-21." He will use the fellowship to research and acquire materials from the Volunteer military regime's justice, food, and interior directorates at the State Archives of the Russian Federation (GARF) in Moscow.

Thanks to a generous gift from Dan and Sylvia Walbolt, the department is able to provide this award, which includes a stipend and travel funding, to one graduate student every semester.

Congratulations Weston!

 

 

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