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  • 41. Fellows & Grantees

    Akiko Takeyama

    Affect Economy: Labor, Commodity, and Consumer Capitalism in Millennial Japan

    Year 2011 Fellowship/Grant Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellowship

  • 42. Fellows & Grantees

    Akio Takahara

    Japan-US-China Relations since the Late 1970s

    Year 2004 University Rikkyo University Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship

  • 43. Fellows & Grantees

    Akissi M. Britton

    From Brooklyn to Brazil: Race, Place, and Religion in the Mapping of Diasporic Blackness

    Year 2007 University City University of New York Graduate Center Fellowship/Grant DPDF Student Fellowship Competition

  • 44. Fellows & Grantees

    Ala Alazzeh

    Locating Non-Violence: An Ethnographic Research of the Contemporary Palestinian Political Culture
    I propose to conduct an ethnographic study of the proliferation of the discourse of non-violence in Palestinian political culture and practices. Violence is an everyday reality for the people living in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT), and a defining feature of the Pale…

    Year 2009 University Rice University Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 45. Fellows & Grantees

    Albert Ando

    Japanese Recession of the 1990's and its Lessons for Advanced Industrial Countries

    Year 1998 University University of Pennsylvania Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship

  • 46. Fellows & Grantees

    Alberto A. Harambour Ross

    Borderland Sovereignties: Race, Class, and Nation in Patagonia’s Nation-State Building, Argentina and Chile, 1840-1925
    This research engages the (re)configuration of popular identities in the making of Argentinean and Chilean Patagonia. Triple frontier (‘civilizational’, internal and international), it was occupied and then populated by Chilote indigenous and European seasonal and permanent s…

    Year 2008 University State University of New York at Stony Brook Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 47. Fellows & Grantees

    Alberto Aldo Marchesi

    Geographies of Armed Protest: Transnational Cold War, Latin American Internationalism and the New Left in the Southern Cone (1966-1976).
    In the 1960s, a period characterized by the gradual closing of political space in South America due to the upsurge of authoritarian regimes, New Left armed organizations emerged to embrace political violence and transnational strategies as the only path to achieve social change.

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

  • 48. Fellows & Grantees

    Alberto Föhrig

    Policemen, Political Actors and Criminals in Argentina: causes and consequences of a risky triangle

    Year 2012 University Universidad de San Andrés Fellowship/Grant Drugs, Security and Democracy Fellowship

  • 49. Fellows & Grantees

    Aleeze Sattar

    An Unresolved Inheritance: Postcolonial State Formation and Indigenous Communities in Chimborazo, Ecuador, 1820-1875

    Year 1997 University New School Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 50. Fellows & Grantees

    Alejandra Bronfman

    From Head-Measuring to Festival Gazing: Thinking about Race in Cuba, 1878-1940

    Year 1997 University Princeton University Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)