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  • 701. Publications & Writing

    Picturing Algeria

    Foreword by Craig Calhoun As a soldier in the French army, Pierre Bourdieu took thousands of photographs documenting the abject conditions and suffering (as well as the resourcefulness, determination, grace, and dignity) of the Algerian people as they fought in the Algerian War (…

    Author Bourdieu, Pierre Publisher SSRC/Columbia University Press, 2012

  • 702. Publications & Writing


    Winner of the 2009 American Book Award   Written by 2008 Mellon Mays Fellow Jericho Brown, Please explores the points in our lives at which love and violence intersect. Drunk on its own rhythms and full of imaginative and often frightening imagery, Please is the album playing i…

    Author Brown, Jericho Publisher New Issues Poetry & Prose, 2008

  • 703. Publications & Writing

    Pockets of Participation: Bureaucratic Incentives and Participatory Irrigation Management in Thailand

    Article written by DPDF 2009 Revitalizing Development Studies Fellow Jacob I. Ricks, featured in Water Alternatives, Volume 8, No. 2: Despite a history of participatory policies, Thailand's Royal Irrigation Department (RID) has had little success in developing water user organisa…

    Author Ricks, Jacob I. Publisher Water Alternatives Association, 2015

  • 704. Publications & Writing

    Policing Egyptian Women: Sex, Law, and Medicine in Khedival Egypt

    Policing Egyptian Women delineates the intricate manner in which the modern state in Egypt monitored, controlled, and "policed" the bodies of subaltern women. Some of these women were runaway slaves, others were deflowered outside of marriage, and still others were prostitutes. 2…

    Publisher Syracuse University, 2011

  • 705. Publications & Writing

    Political Embeddedness and the Management of Emotions

    Publication written by 2009 DPDF State Violence Fellow Daniel Blocq, Bert Klandermans, and Jacquelien van Stekelenburg: This article explores how variation in political embeddedness of social movement organizations (SMOs) influences the management of emotions. By variation in the…

    Author Blocq, Daniel Publisher San Diego State University, 2012

  • 706. Publications & Writing

    Politicized Enforcement in Argentina: Labor and Environmental Regulation

    Countries throughout the world have passed regulations that promise strong protections for workers and the environment, but violations of these policies are more common than compliance. Enforcement plays a key role in mediating between institutional design and outcomes. Why do st…

    Author Amengual, Matthew Publisher Cambridge University Press, 2016

  • 707. Publications & Writing

    Politics and Partnerships: The Role of Voluntary Associations in America's Political Past and Present

    Exhorting people to volunteer is part of the everyday vocabulary of American politics. But despite the ubiquity of the idea of volunteerism in public policy debates, analysis of its role in American governance has been fragmented. The result of a capstone event held by the SSRC P…

    Contributors Elisabeth S. Clemens (Editor), Douglas Guthrie (Editor) Publisher University of Chicago Press, 2011

  • 708. Publications & Writing

    Polycentric Governance and Irrigation Reform in Kenya

    Article written by Elizabeth Baldwin, 2008 DPDF Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change fellow Camille Washington-Ottombre, Jampel Dell'Angelo, Daniel Cole, and Tom Evans, featured in Governance: In Kenya, as in many developing countries, centralized control over water re…

    Author Washington-Ottombre, Camille Publisher John Wiley & Sons, 2015

  • 709. Publications & Writing

    Popular Demobilization, Agribusiness Mobilization, and the Agrarian Boom in Post- Neoliberal Argentina

    Article written by 2009 DPDF Critical Agrarian Studies Fellow Pablo Lapegna, featured in the Journal of World-Systems Research, Volume 21, No. 1: Based on ethnographic research, archival data, and a catalog of protest events, this article analyzes the relationship between popular…

    Author Lapegna, Pablo Publisher American Sociological Association, 2015

  • 710. Publications & Writing

    Popular Mobilization and the New Politics of Resource Sovereignty in Tanzania

    The Roads of Mtwara, Tanzania (2005)Source: Marja-Leena Kultanen ( (cc) Creative Commons from Flickr In 1972, a resident of Tanzania’s impoverished southeastern region of Mtwara penned an angry missive to the editor of a national newspaper. “In Tanzania, the…

    Author Priya Lal Published In African Futures