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  • 2451. Fellows & Grantees

    Stephanie K. Takemoto

    Video Games, learning, and motivation: What can we learn?

    Year 2010 University Claremont Graduate University Fellowship/Grant DPDF Student Fellowship Competition

  • 2452. Fellows & Grantees

    Stephanie Karin Rupp

    I, You, We, They: Forests of Identity in Southeastern Cameroon

    Year 1998 University Yale University Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 2453. Fellows & Grantees

    Stephanie Kim

    Transplanting American Education in Asia: The Making of a Liberal Arts College in South Korea

    Year 2013 University University of California, Los Angeles Fellowship/Grant Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop

  • 2454. Fellows & Grantees

    Stephanie L. Bradley

    The Distribution of Postsecondary Education Tax Credits: Racial and Temporal Comparisons

    Year 2013 University Florida State University Fellowship/Grant DPDF Student Fellowship Competition

  • 2455. Fellows & Grantees

    Stephanie Maher

    From the Sahel Across the Sea: Clandestine Migration and Human Smuggling from West Africa to Europe

    Year 2011 University University of Washington Fellowship/Grant DPDF Student Fellowship Competition

  • 2456. Fellows & Grantees

    Stephanie Maher

    Barça ou Barzakh: The Social “Elsewhere” of Failed Clandestine Migration Out of West Africa
    Over the past decade, tens of thousands of predominantly male “boat migrants” departed from Senegalese shores for Europe. As labor markets opened in Tripoli and Algiers, thousands more transited by land across North Africa. Today, however, the combined effects of surveillance…

    Year 2012 University University of Washington Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 2457. Fellows & Grantees

    Stephanie Mc Callum

    The Veins of the Nation: Progress and Decay in Argentina's Railroad System
    Argentina has the largest railroad system in Latin America, currently encompassing 34,000 kilometers of tracks (nearly nine times the length of the country). The history of trains in Argentina is intimately tied to state-making efforts to pacify and "whiten" the nation, and to di…

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

  • 2458. Fellows & Grantees

    Stephanie N. Hassell

    African Slaves and the African Diaspora in Portuguese Asia, c. 1539-1750
    Enslaved Africans toiled across early modern Portugal’s Asian imperial domains within the Estado da India, which stretched from southeastern Africa to China. While we know that these African slaves were integral to the functioning and survival of the Portuguese Empire in Asia,…

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

  • 2459. Fellows & Grantees

    Stephanie O'Rourke

    Nervous Encounters: Somatic Spectatorship and Painting, 1780-1850

    Year 2011 University Columbia University Fellowship/Grant DPDF Student Fellowship Competition

  • 2460. Fellows & Grantees

    Stephanie O'Rourke

    Bodies of Knowledge: Girodet, Fuseli, and Spectatorship at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century
    When the British writer Horace Walpole first saw Henry Fuseli’s "The Nightmare" exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1782, he used just one word to describe it: “shocking.” Although Walpole was referring to the salacious content of the painting, his description gestures to a m…

    Year 2012 University Columbia University Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)