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  • 2491. Fellows & Grantees

    Steven Christopher Alley

    Dengue Fever and Trash Collection in Brazil: Politics of Responsibility in Favelas of Rio de Janeiro
    Dengue fever epidemics in Brazil are worsening, and are driven by entrenched poverty and political abandonment of the urban poor: inadequate trash removal in slums leads to environmental conditions conducive to dengue's spread. Unlike malaria, which is transmitted by mosquitoes…

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

  • 2492. Fellows & Grantees

    Steven Hu

    Roots and Routes: Forging Chinese Immigrant Transnational Ties Through Christian Missions, Media, and Kinship

    Year 2014 University University of California, Santa Barbara Fellowship/Grant DPDF Student Fellowship Competition

  • 2493. Fellows & Grantees

    Steven Leroy Hyland

    Margins of the Mahjar: Arabic-speaking Immigrants in Argentina, 1880-1946

    Year 2006 University Ohio State University Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 2494. Fellows & Grantees

    Steven Rosefielde

    Soviet Disunion and Conflict Avoidance in the Pacific Rim: Japan’s Role in Financing the Soviet’s Economic Transformation

    Year 1991 University University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship

  • 2495. Fellows & Grantees

    Steven Samford

    Coproducing Innovation: The Politics of Knowledge Production and Diffusion in Mexico
    When faced with the integration of international markets, why do some small industries in the developing world respond by taking the “low road” of cutting labor standards and wages while others take the “high road” of upgrading production to become globally competitive? W…

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

  • 2496. Fellows & Grantees

    Steven Vogel

    When Domestic Politics Meets International Economics

    Year 1994 University University of California, Irvine Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship

  • 2497. Fellows & Grantees

    Stuart L. Schrader

    Policing the World’s Black Metropolis in the Long 1970s: A Sociohistory of the Racial Logic of Risk Management

    Year 2011 University New York University Fellowship/Grant DPDF Student Fellowship Competition

  • 2498. Fellows & Grantees

    Stuart M. McManus

    Globalizing Cicero: Humanist Eloquence in Early Modern European Empires
    My dissertation charts the global dissemination and subsequent development of classical rhetoric in various colonial contexts in Asia and the Americas (c. 1550-1820). As a contribution to the nascent field of global intellectual history and the history of the global circulation…

    Year 2014 University Harvard University Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 2499. Fellows & Grantees

    Stuart Strange

    Differences to Blame: Narrative, Agency and Responsibility in War, Sorcery, and Suffering in Suriname
    My project seeks to understand the influence of different cultural logics of accounting responsibility for misfortune on conceptions of ethnic difference in Suriname. I inquire into the ways people within the Indo-Surinamese and Afro-Surinamese communities’ differently narrate…

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

  • 2500. Fellows & Grantees

    Stéphanie Giry

    Push and Pull, Twist and Shout: Energy Relations Between Japan, China, and Russia

    Year 2008 University Foreign Affairs Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship for Journalists