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  • 2681. Fellows & Grantees

    William F. Fitzsimons

    Age-Sets, "Cattle Raiding" and the Defense of Small Scale Autonomy among the Ateker of Eastern Uganda, 1500-1900
    My research will seek to mobilize multiple methodologies, including historical linguistics, the collection and analysis of oral traditions, and more traditional archival work to gain new insight into the pre-colonial past of Ateker-speaking populations of eastern Uganda, such as…

    Year 2015 University Northwestern University Fellowship/Grant DPDF Student Fellowship Competition

  • 2682. Fellows & Grantees

    William F. Stafford, Jr.

    The Measurement of Measure: Labour as a Form of Regulation
    In this project I will study how labour as a category and the regulation of labour are articulated by the auto-rickshaw meter in Delhi, India and the relations which the meter grounds. As a measuring device, the meter gathers together many technologies. How are we to best approac…

    Year 2015 University University of California, Berkeley Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 2683. Fellows & Grantees

    William Howard Kelly


    Year 2003 University Oxford University Fellowship/Grant Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellowship

  • 2684. Fellows & Grantees

    William J. Welsh

    The New Enemy: Penality and the Political in Post Mao China
    My dissertation project examines the connection between the "rule of law" and state coercion by focusing on criminal justice in postsocialist China. After Mao's death, two phenomena have characterized criminal justice in China. First, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) overhauled…

    Year 2015 University University of California, Berkeley Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 2685. Fellows & Grantees

    William Lindsey


    Year 2004 University University of Kansas Main Campus Fellowship/Grant Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellowship

  • 2686. Fellows & Grantees

    William Mazzarella

    Shoveling Smoke: The Production of Advertising and the Cultural Politics of Globalization in Contemporary India

    Year 1997 University University of California, Berkeley Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 2687. Fellows & Grantees

    William Runyan

    Knowledge in Dispersion: Theorists of Yiddish Culture in New York City, Mexico City, and Buenos Aires (1890-1967)
    Following East European Jewish emigrants to new locations and to new national, linguistic and cultural realities, my dissertation will examine the shifting global outlook and extension of Yiddish cultural projects—efforts to sustain a vibrant artistic and institutional sphere i…

    Year 2013 University University of Michigan Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 2688. Fellows & Grantees

    William Stroebel

    Objects of Contention: Material Culture and Modernity in Greece and Turkey
    My dissertation explores the material foundations of modernity in Greece and Turkey. Tracing specific 20th-century commodity objects through each phase of their complex lives—from production to circulation to consumption—I will use novels and archives to recover the strategie…

    Year 2013 University University of Michigan Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 2689. Fellows & Grantees

    William Thomas Okie

    Peachland: The Political Economy of Southern Horticulture, 1850-2000

    Year 2009 University University of Georgia Fellowship/Grant DPDF Student Fellowship Competition

  • 2690. Fellows & Grantees

    William Thomson

    Harmony under Construction -- The Work of Building the Chinese Century
    In Reform Era China, the spectacular rise of modern cities is possible only through the strength and labor of a vast workforce from the countryside. My project explores how economic, political, and social changes have redefined the context of urban labor, and how these changes ar…

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