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AAS-SSRC Dissertation Workshop Competition 2013

Recipients

Michael Chan
Yale University, Modern Japanese Literature
Writing the Modern Family: Family, Nation and Everyday Life in Japan, 1910-1950
Resto S Cruz
The University of Edinburgh, Social Anthropology
The Labours of Kinship: Migration, Ties of Relatedness, and the Changing Family in the Philippines and Italy
Rachel Fleming
University of Colorado-Boulder, Anthropology
Spaces of Gendered Belonging: Modernity, Generational Change, and Professional Women’s Friendships in Bangalore, India
Roslyn S Fraser
University of Missouri-Columbia, Sociology
Global Labor Markets and Child Gender Preference in Rural Bangladesh
Esther Horat
Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Social Anthropology
Market Transformation and Dynamics in Families in Northern Vietnam: The Case of Ninh Hiep
Fang Yu Hu
University of California-Santa Cruz, History
Tug of War between Japanese School and Taiwanese Home: Han Taiwanese Girls’ Education during the Japanese Period, 1895-1945
Nur 'Adlina Maulod
Purdue University, Cultural Anthropology
Labor of Love: Queer Kinship and Stratified Reproduction among Female Same-Sex Partners in Singapore
Elizabeth Frances Miles
Yale University, Anthropology
Changing Lives, Changed Men: Heterosexual Masculinity in Postmainstream Japan
Baris Selcuk
University of Würzburg, Chinese Studies/Political Science/Cultural Anthropology
Individualization and the Chinese Middle Class Family. A Qualitative Study of 24 Beijing Families. (Working Title)
Bonnie Tilland
University of Washington, Anthropology
Dramatic Restructuring: The Staging of Family Values and National Identity in South Korea
Hiroko Umegaki (Costantini)
University of Cambridge, Japanese Studies
Family Relatedness: Sons-in-Law (giri no musuko) in the Changing Japanese Family
Mirabelle Tinghui Yang
Cornell University, Sociocultural Anthropology
Modern Lovescapes and Phnom Penh’s New Dating Culture: Gender, Self and Desire(s) in Postconflict Cambodia