Judith Batalion

The Courtauld Institute of Art Research Travel Grant to the United States, 2006 Women's Collaborations in the Visual Arts (1970–2000)

Sophie Cras

Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne Fellowship at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, 2011 The Artist as an Economist: The Emergence of Economics as an Artistic Theme in Europe and in the United States (1955–1975) Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne Research Travel Grant to the United States, 2011 The Artist as an Economist: A […]

Ilaria Grando

University of York Research Travel Grant to the United States, 2017 Visualizing Aids: Re-Codify The Body to Re-Codify Society

Antje Krause-Wahl

Goethe Universität Research Travel Grant to the United States, 2014 On Art and Fashion in Artist's and Fashion Magazines in the Twentieth Century

Gaëlle Morel

Université Rennes 2 Research Travel Grant to the United States, 2007 Another "Passeur": The Photographic Modernism of the Gallerist Julien Levy (1931–1949)

Mona Annette Schieren

Universität Bremen Research Travel Grant to the United States, 2011 Asian Figures of Thought. Intercultural Transmission Processes in the Œuvre of Agnes Martin

Helena Vilalta

University College London Research Travel Grant to the United States, 2017 Beyond "Information": Embodied Conceptualism circa 1970 University College London Fellowship at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, 2018 From Information to Incorporation: Embodied Conceptualism in New York, c. 1970

Martyna Ewa Majewska

University of St Andrews Research Travel Grant to the United States, 2019 Reclaiming Representation, Resisting Overdetermination: African American Artists Performing for the Camera since 1970 University of St Andrews Terra Summer Residency, 2020 Reclaiming Representation, Resisting Overdetermination: African American Artists Performing for the Camera since 1970

Max Böhner

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Immersion Semester Student Fellowship, 2019 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Research Travel Grant to the United States, 2021 Twilight Aesthetics: Queer Visual Culture in the United States Between 1945 and 1969