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    20 Years Later – The Role of Art and Justice in South Africa’s Democracy

    History, by South African sculptor Dumile Feni. Source: Photo by Akona Kenqu At the entrance to the Constitutional Court of South Africa stands a sculpture of a large man yoked to a cart. His burden is a human one: a man and woman who themselves are seated on the back of a four…

    Author Justice Albie Sachs Published In African Futures

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    22 Ideas to Fix the World: Conversations with the World's Foremost Thinkers

    The aftershocks of the 2008 financial crisis still reverberate throughout the globe. Markets are down, unemployment is up, and nations from Greece to Ireland find their very infrastructure on the brink of collapse. In this unique volume from the World Public Forum Dialogue of Civ…

    Contributors Piotr Dutkiewicz (Editor), Richard Sakwa (Editor) Publisher NYU Press, 2013

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    31 Flavors of Inclusionary Zoning: Comparing Policies From San Francisco, Washington, DC, and Suburban Boston

    Publication by Jenny Schuetz, Vicki Been and DPDF 2007 The Political Economy of Redistribution Fellow Rachel Meltzer. Over the past several decades, inclusionary zoning (IZ) has become an increasingly popular, but sometimes controversial, local means of producing affordable hous…

    Contributors Been, Vicki, Meltzer, Rachel, Schuetz, Jenny Publisher Taylor & Francis, 2009

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    A Bombshell That's Actually an Olive Branch

    Author Sigal, Leon Read online Download PDF

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    A Brief History of the Council

    Author Prewitt, Kenneth Publisher Social Science Research Council Read online Download PDF

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    A Century Apart: New Measures of Well-being for U.S. Racial and Ethnic Groups

    Our national conversation about race tends to take place in black and white, yet the greatest disparities in human well-being to be found in the U.S. are between Asian Americans in New Jersey and Native Americans in South Dakota. An entire century of human progress separates the…

    Contributors Lewis, Kristen, Burd-Sharps, Sarah Read online Download PDF

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    A Cloudburst in Venice: Fred Kabotie and the U.S. Pavilion of 1932

    Essay written by 2009 DPDF Empires of Vision Fellow and 2011 IDRF Fellow Jessica L. Horton, featured in American Art, Volume 29, No. 1:    This essay reevaluates the early paintings of Hopi artist Fred Kabotie (ca. 1900–1986) in light of their forgotten inclusion in the U.S.

    Author Horton, Jessica L. Publisher University of Chicago Press, 2015

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    A Coincidence of Desires: Anthropology, Queer Studies, Indonesia

    In A Coincidence of Desires, 1997 IDRF Fellow and 2010 DPDF Virtual Worlds Research Director Tom Boellstorff considers how interdisciplinary collaboration between anthropology and queer studies might enrich both fields. For more than a decade he has visited Indonesia, both as an…

    Author Boellstorff, Tom Publisher Duke University Press, 2007

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    A Cross-Atlantic Dialogue: The Progress of Research and Theory in the Study of International Migration

    Organized by the SSRC International Migration Program in collaboration with the Center for Migration and Development at Princeton University. Research advances related to a number of selected themes in both Europe and the United States.   The articles included in this issue were…

    Contributors Alejandro Portes (Editor), DeWind, Josh Publisher John Wiley & Sons, 2004

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    A Glass Half Full? Gender in Migration Studies

    Article written by 2011 DPDF Migration and Gender Studies Research Directors Katharine M. Donato and Donna Gabaccia, Jennifer Holdaway, Martin Manalansan IV, and Patricia R. Pessar:    This special issue of the International Migration Review presents the findings of the SSRC 

    Contributors Gabaccia, Donna, Donato, Katharine, Jennifer Holdaway (Editor), Martin Manalansan (Editor), Patricia Pessar (Editor) Publisher John Wiley & Sons, 2006