Tyler James Callaway

Tyler James Callaway was awarded a fellowship of $22,400 to support his dissertation research that examined how the late imperial Habsburg state realigned its focus on old diplomacy to accommodate the mass immigration of its subjects in the United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The fellowship allowed Callaway to travel to Minnesota, Vienna, Rijeka, and Budapest, in which he studied newspapers and government records to understand Austrian and Hungarian ideas on emigration. The fellowship allowed for the completion of research for Callaway’s dissertation.

Tyler James Callaway is a Ph.D. candidate in History at New York University and had received the Hungarian State Language fellowship.