SSRC Staff

Daniella Sarnoff

Program Director,
International Dissertation Research Fellowship Program

Bio

Daniella Sarnoff is program director of the International Dissertation Research Fellowship. Before joining the Council she taught European History, most recently at NYU and Fordham University. Sarnoff received her doctorate in History from Boston College in 2001.  Her work focuses on extremist politics in the interwar years and the intersections of culture and politics, especially gender ideology, domesticity and consumption.  Her manuscript, Women, Family, and Gender in French Fascism, 1919-1939 is currently under review.  Her most recent article, “French Fascism and Female Suffrage,” appeared in Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques (Summer 2008).