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  • 1. Fellows & Grantees

    Aaron Bobrow-Strain

    Rethinking Thuggery: Landed Elites and Agrarian Violence in Chiapas, Mexico

    Year 1999 University University of California, Berkeley Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

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    Aaron George Jakes

    Finance in the Fields: Egypt, Agricultural Credit, and the Age of Global Comparison
    In 1882, the British military invaded Egypt to forestall the Egyptian state’s potential default on its massive debt to private banks in London and Paris. The ensuing occupation coincided with a series of major shifts in the structures and practices of imperial finance. In thes…

    Year 2010 University New York University Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

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    Abby Kinchy

    Transgenic Crops and Transnational Activism: Controversies over Mexican Maize and Canadian Canola

    Year 2005 University University of Wisconsin, Madison Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

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    Abdourahmane Idrissa

    Complicit Disputes: Islamic and Secular Norms of Political Modernity in Niger

    Year 2006 University University of Florida Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

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    Abdulai Iddrisu

    Contesting Islam: Wahhabism, Education, and Muslim Identity in Northern Ghana, 1950-2005

    Year 2006 University University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

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    Adam Michael Auerbach

    Cooperation in Uncertainty: Migration, Ethnicity, and Community Governance in India's Urban Slums
    In the face of common threats, why do some vulnerable communities develop institutions that advance their collective interests and security while others fail? Through a comparative analysis of slum communities in urban India, my dissertation will explain how community governance…

    Year 2010 University University of Wisconsin, Madison Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

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    Adam Paul Bronson

    Democracy, Science, and Everyday Life: Science of Thought and Postwar Japan, 1946-1996
    Following World War II, intellectual elites in many countries looked to systematic modernization to provide a solution to problems as different as flawed democracy, world hunger, and household chores. In Occupied Japan, dozens of new journals and study groups celebrated science…

    Year 2008 University Columbia University Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

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    Adam Thomas

    Racial Ambiguity and Citizenship in the Postemancipation British Caribbean and United States
    My work uncovers overlooked experiences of racially ambiguous people in the postemancipation British Caribbean and US. Scholars tend to define these societies as failed experiments in racially inclusive citizenship, but in doing so they rely on dichotomies like black/white, free/…

    Year 2013 University University of California, Irvine Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

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    Adedamola O. Osinulu

    Venues of Transformation: Pentecostal Spaces in Lagos, Nigeria
    The Nigerian city of Lagos has, in recent years, experienced explosive population growth. This rapid influx of people has transformed Lagos into a nexus for the exchange of cultural ideas. One idea that has found footing in Lagos is global Pentecostalism. This research has four…

    Year 2009 University University of California, Los Angeles Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

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    Aditi Saraf

    Invoking ‘Azaadi’: Practices of Freedom in Kashmir
    The movement for freedom from Indian rule, articulated as azaadi - the Urdu word for freedom - was launched in India-administered Kashmir in 1989, resulting in more than a decade of armed militancy and a brutal reprisal by the Indian state. At present, Hurriyat (G), the Islamist…

    Year 2011 University Johns Hopkins University Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)