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This profile was last updated on 11/21/08  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Dr. Nicole A. Stahlmann

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Teaching Fellow

Phone: (207) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Maine , United States
Bowdoin College
3000 College Station
Brunswick , Maine 04011
United States

Company Description: Bowdoin is an independent, nonsectarian, coeducational residential, undergraduate liberal arts institution founded in 1794. It is located in Brunswick , Maine , a...   more
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Education

  • PhD , American Studies
    Johannes Gutenberg University-Mainz
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Web References
ACLS Staff
www.acls.org, 21 Nov 2008 [cached]
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Nicole Stahlmann Program Officer
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As Program Officer of the American Council of Learned Societies, Nicole Stahlmann's responsibilities include supporting the ACLS's fellowship programs, particularly the newly inaugurated Collaborative Research Awards, new program development as well as outreach to and communication with the scholarly community. Dr. Stahlmann joins the ACLS from the Social Science Research Council where she served as Program Director of the International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF) Program and Director of the Fellowships Office for seven years.
Before receiving her Ph.D. in American Studies from the Johannes Gutenberg University-Mainz (Germany), she was a graduate fellow at Columbia University, a teaching fellow at Bowdoin College, and an Erasmus scholar at the Rijksuniversiteit, Gent (Belgium). Dr. Stahlmann's research interests include theories of transnationalism, transculturation, and migration, with a specific focus on the Caribbean diaspora. She is currently completing the manuscript for a monograph, entitled New Caribbean York: The Transnational Poetics of Caribbean Literature (forthcoming, Universitaetsverlag Heidelberg). She has also written articles on detective fiction and popular music. Dr. Stahlmann helped establish the Center for Jazz Studies at Columbia University and worked as its program officer for two years.
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Nicole Stahlmann is associate director of the International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF) Program and director of the Council's Fellowships Office.Before receiving her PhD in American Studies from the Johannes Gutenberg University-Mainz (Germany), she was a graduate fellow at Columbia University, a teaching fellow at Bowdoin College and an Erasmus scholar at the Rijksuniversiteit, Gent (Belgium).Dr. Stahlmann's research interests include theories of transnationalism, transculturation and migration, with a specific focus on the Caribbean diaspora.She is currently completing the manuscript for a monograph, entitled New Caribbean York: The Transnational Poetics of Caribbean Literature (forthcoming, Universitaetsverlag Heidelberg).She has also written articles on detective fiction and popular music.Before joining the SSRC, Dr. Stahlmann helped establish the Center for Jazz Studies at Columbia University and worked as its program officer for two years.
Complete Staff Listing
www.ssrc.org, 15 Sept 2008 [cached]
Nicole StahlmannDirector, Fellowships Office, International Dissertation Research Fellowships;
SSRC :: Staff :: Nicole Stahlmann
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Nicole Stahlmann
stahlmann@ssrc.org Office Phone: ext: 447
Nicole Stahlmann is associate director of the International Dissertation Field Research Fellowship (IDRF) Program and director of the Council's Fellowships Office.Before receiving her PhD in American Studies from the Johannes Gutenberg University-Mainz (Germany), she was a graduate fellow at Columbia University, a teaching fellow at Bowdoin College and an Erasmus scholar at the Rijksuniversiteit, Gent (Belgium).Dr. Stahlmann's research interests include theories of transnationalism, transculturation and migration, with a specific focus on the Caribbean diaspora.She is currently completing the manuscript for a monograph, entitled New Caribbean York: The Transnational Poetics of Caribbean Literature (forthcoming, Universitaetsverlag Heidelberg).She has also written articles on detective fiction and popular music.Before joining the SSRC, Dr. Stahlmann helped establish the Center for Jazz Studies at Columbia University and worked as its program officer for two years.
ACLS Fellows' Publications: Archive
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"This program has been a unique collaboration between ACLS and research institutions, and has been possible only through the dedicated efforts of many committed individuals on campus," remarked Nicole Stahlmann, director of fellowship programs.
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"This new cohort joins the previous three in establishing excellent examples of the range and value of jointly conducted research in the humanities," said ACLS Director of Fellowship Programs Nicole Stahlmann.
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