Fox International Fellows Overseas, 1996-1997

Talbot Imlay
Graduate student, Department of History, Sidney Sussex College at Cambridge University
Specialty/Research interest: "How to Win a War? French and British strategies for war against Germany, 1938-40"

Anastasia Kitsul
First-year student, Yale School of Management, Moscow State University
Specialty/Research interest: The approaches used by Russian companies to settle disputes and mediate conflicts.

Martin Stein
Graduate student, International Relations, Sidney Sussex College at Cambridge University
Specialty/Research interest: "The Surgery of Sovereign Matters," a study of how colonial Great Britain's incorporation of peoples living astride, and divided by, European imposed African borders has influenced current ethnic relations on both sides of those boundaries.

Joy Mutanu Zarembka
Graduate student, International Relations, Sidney Sussex College at Cambridge University
Specialty/Research interest: Cultures, people and institutions of higher learning in Great Britain.

Fox International Fellows at Yale, 1996-1997

Sarah L. Cundy
Graduate student, Sidney Sussex College and the Institute of Criminology of the Law, Cambridge University
Specialty/Research interest: "Growing Up Gay in Britain and America," a comparative study on the effects of growing up in an identity against which the law discriminates and how some individuals successfully negotiate the process.

Alexander Kobrinskii
Graduate student, Department of Political History, Institute of State Management and Social Studies (ISMSS), Moscow State University.
Specialty/Research interest: American perceptions of the Russian State Duma and the growth of Parliamentarianism since 1990, and on methods of data analysis of parliamentary history, using the US Congress as a case study.

Anastasia Mitrofanova
Graduate student, Political Science kafedra, Philosophy Faculty, Moscow State University
Specialty/Research interest: Western and Russian alternative political movements and the philosophies that underpin them.

Sanjay Ruparelia
Graduate student, Sidney Sussex College and the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Cambridge University
Specialty/Research interest: Origins, nature and implications of current liberal economic reforms in India on the distribution of power within state/society relations.

Liubov Samokhina
Graduate student, Faculty of History, Moscow State University
Specialty/Research interest: The Anglo-American post-World War II "special relationship," and the relationship of the two superpowers during the Berlin crisis of 1961.

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Yale Alumni

"By living together with the Fox Fellows, I was able to learn a lot more about other cultures and backgrounds. It seems that all of us have become a lot more open and curious about other cultures, and maybe more tolerant than before. I am sure that we were able to form life-long friendships. Particularly in a time when international relations have become more strained again, personal friendships, ties and networks prove to be of great importance."

Stormy Mildner
from the Free University of Berlin to Yale