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  • 51. Publications & Writing

    Adopted Territory: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Politics of Belonging

    Since the end of the Korean War, an estimated 200,000 children from South Korea have been adopted into white families in North America, Europe, and Australia. While these transnational adoptions were initiated as an emergency measure to find homes for mixed-race children born in…

    Publisher Duke University Press, 2010

  • 52. Publications & Writing

    Aerospaces: Southern California Architecture in a Cold War World

    Journal article by 2010 DPDF Spaces of Inquiry co-director Stuart W. Leslie in History and Technology: An International Journal. Architect Albert C. Martin, Jr.’s aerospace laboratories and manufacturing complexes, along with the residential developments surrounding them, visua…

    Author Leslie, Stuart W. Publisher Routledge, 2014

  • 53. Publications & Writing

    African American Women's Writings in the Woman's Building Library

    This article surveys six African American women whose work was represented in the Woman's Building Library exhibit at the Columbian Exposition: Elleanor Eldridge, Victoria Earle, A. Julia Foote, Frances Harper, Henrietta Cordelia Ray, and T. T Purvis. These women's writings cover…

    Publisher University of Texas Press, 2006

  • 54. Publications & Writing

    African Americans Respond to Stigmatization: The Meanings and Salience of Confronting, Deflecting Conflict, Educating the Ignorant and ‘Managing the Self’

    Article written by 2007 DPDF Rethinking Europe: Religion, Ethnicity, Nation Fellow Crystal Fleming, Michèle Lamont, and Jessica S. Welburn: Drawing on interviews with 150 randomly sampled African Americans, we analyse how members of a stigmatized group understand their experienc…

    Author Fleming, Crystal Publisher Routledge, 2012

  • 55. Publications & Writing

    African Arguments

    Africa has long been the locus and the focus for the most impassioned and intellectually-informed debates. But for many years, specialist Africa coverage in the world’s media has been in decline, alongside the withering of many African journals and magazines that used to provid…

    Contributors Alex de Waal (Editor), Richard Dowden (Editor)

  • 56. Publications & Writing

    African Leaders’ Views on Critical Human Resource Issues for the Implementation of Family Medicine in Africa

    Journal article written by Shabir Moosa, Raymond Downing, Akye Essuman, 2013 DPDF Mobility, Empowerment and Precarity in African Migration Fellow Stephen Pentz, Stephen Reid, and Robert Mash, featured in Human Resources for Health, Volume 12, Issue 2: Background: The World Hea…

    Author Pentz, Stephen Robert Publisher BioMed Central Limited, 2014

  • 57. Publications & Writing

    After September 11 Book Series

    The After September 11 book series was produced by the SSRC and published by The New Press from 2002 to 2006. Edited by leading social scientists, it offers critical perspectives of contemporary topics in the immediate wake of September 11. The series begins with a two-part volum…

    Publisher The New Press, 2002

  • 58. Publications & Writing

    After September 11: Perspectives from the Social Science (online essays)

    Terrorist attacks on and since September 11th have stimulated public soul-searching, military and diplomatic responses, and efforts to reform public policy. Both the attacks and responses to them have raised a host of questions about social organization, basic social institutions…

    Contributors Abu-Lughod, Janet (Contributor), Ali, Kamran Asdar (Contributor), Archibugi, Daniele (Contributor), Arjomand, Said Amir (Contributor), Ayres, Jeffrey (Contributor), Benhabib, Seyla (Contributor), Beunza, Daniel (Contributor), Bhargava, Rajeev (Contributor), Bigo, Didier (Contributor), Bresser-Pereira, Luiz Carlos (Contributor), Bulliet, Richard (Contributor), Cumings, Bruce (Contributor), Das, Veena (Contributor), Deaux, Kay (Contributor), Denning, Dorothy E. (Contributor), Der Derian, James A. (Contributor), Eichengreen, Barry J. (Contributor), Falk, Richard A. (Contributor), Goldstone, Jack A. (Contributor), Hall, John A. (Contributor), Hankiss, Elemér (Contributor), Hefner, Robert (Contributor), Held, David (Contributor), Hogarth, Robin (Contributor), Howard, Dick (Contributor), Ilkhamov, Alisher (Contributor), Jayasuriya, Kanishka (Contributor), Kaldor, Mary (Contributor), Kastoryano, Riva (Contributor), Keohane, Robert O. (Contributor), Khattak, Saba Gul (Contributor), Kumar, Radha (Contributor), Kuran, Timur (Contributor), Mamdani, Mahmood (Contributor), McCauley, Clark R. (Contributor), Metcalf, Barbara Daly (Contributor), Meyers, Peter Alexander (Contributor), Mills, Margaret (Contributor), Modood, Tariq (Contributor), Moghissi, Haideh (Contributor), Noor, Farish A. (Contributor), Okruhlik, Gwenn (Contributor), Ping, Huang (Contributor), Roberts, Adam (Contributor), Ross, Marc Howard (Contributor), Roy, Olivier (Contributor), Rubin, Barnett R. (Contributor), Rubio, Luis (Contributor), Sassen, Saskia (Contributor), Sikkink, Kathryn A. (Contributor), Smith, Neil (Contributor), Smith, Steve (Contributor), Sturken, Marita (Contributor), Tarrow, Sidney (Contributor), Tierney, Kathleen (Contributor), Tilly, Charles H. (Contributor), Wallace, William (Contributor), Wang, Gungwu (Contributor), Wasserstrom, Jeffrey (Contributor), Werbner, Pnina (Contributor), Wheeler, Nicholas (Contributor), Woodward, Susan (Contributor), Zartman, I. William (Contributor), Zolberg, Aristide R. (Contributor) Publisher Social Science Research Council, 2001

  • 59. Publications & Writing

    Aftermath: A New Global Economic Order?

    The global financial crisis revealed deep problems with mainstream economic predictions, as well as the vulnerability of the world's richest countries and the enormous potential of some poorer ones. China, India, Brazil, and other countries are growing faster than Europe or Ameri…

    Contributors Craig Calhoun (Editor), Georgi Derluguian (Editor) Publisher NYU Press, 2011

  • 60. Publications & Writing

    Age in the Welfare State: The Origins of Social Spending on Pensioners, Workers, and Children

    …1997 IDRF Fellow Julia Lynch’s book asks why some countries devote the lion’s share of their social policy resources to the elderly, while others have a more balanced repertoire of social spending. Far from being the outcome of demands for welfare spending by powerful age-bas…

    Author Lynch, Julia Publisher Cambridge University Press, 2006