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John E. Sawyer Seminars on the Comparative Study of Cultures

(By Invitation)

Purpose

The Mellon Foundation's Sawyer Seminars program was established in 1994 to provide support for comparative research on the historical and cultural sources of contemporary developments.  The seminars, named in honor of the Foundation's long-serving third president, John E. Sawyer, have brought together faculty, foreign visitors, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students from a variety of fields mainly, but not exclusively, in the humanities and social sciences, for intensive study of subjects chosen by the participants.  This program aims to engage productive scholars in comparative inquiry that would (in ordinary university circumstances) be difficult to pursue, while at the same time avoiding the institutionalization of such work in new centers, departments, or programs.  Sawyer Seminars are, in effect, temporary research centers.

Each seminar normally meets for one year.  Faculty participants have largely come from the humanities and social sciences, although faculty members from professional schools have also been key participants in a number of seminars.  Seminar leaders are encouraged also to invite participants from nearby institutions.  As the Foundation reviews proposals, preference is given to those that include concrete plans for engaging participants with diverse affiliations.

Sawyer Seminar awards provide support for one postdoctoral fellow to be recruited through a national (or international) competition, and for the dissertation research of two graduate students.  It is expected that the graduate students will be active participants in the seminars, and the seminars' contributions to graduate education in the humanities and social sciences will be carefully considered even though they are not intended to be organized as official credit-bearing courses. 

There is no requirement that they produce a written product.

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Selection and Award Process

Institutions are invited to submit proposals for a Sawyer Seminar.  It is expected that university administrators and others will communicate the Foundation's invitation and the particulars of the program broadly to the faculty.  Institutions are to decide through an internal process which proposals they will submit to the Foundation for consideration.

Proposals should describe: (1) the originality and significance of the central questions to be addressed; (2) the cases to be compared (e.g., nations, regions, social aggregates, time periods) and the rationale for the comparisons that are selected; (3) the thematic "threads" that will run through the seminar; (4) the institution's resources and suitability for the proposed seminar; and (5) the procedures to be used in selecting graduate and postdoctoral fellows.  Additionally, proposals should include a budget and a well developed preliminary plan for the seminar that outlines the specific topics to be addressed in each session and provides the names and qualifications of the scholars who would ideally participate.

After they are submitted to the Foundation, proposals are reviewed by an advisory committee of distinguished scholars.  In a typical year, approximately two-thirds of proposals are recommended for funding.  The panel has the option of recommending that proposals not funded but adjudged to be promising be resubmitted in a subsequent year.  The seminars recommended by the committee are put before the Foundation's Board of Trustees for its approval.

Following approval by the Foundation's Trustees, funds are disbursed to the host institution.  Past experience suggests that it can take a year or more to organize the seminars.

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Budget

Maximum awards are determined with each competition and are included in the letter of invitation.  It is expected that each seminar's budget will provide for a postdoctoral fellowship to be awarded for the year the seminar meets, and two dissertation fellowships for graduate students to be awarded for the seminar year or the year that follows.  The amount for postdoctoral fellowship awards and dissertation fellowship stipends should follow institutional practices.  Travel and living expenses for short stays by visiting scholars and the costs of coordinating the seminar, including those incurred for speakers and their travel, may be included.  The grants may not, however, be used for the costs of release time for regular faculty participants, or for indirect costs.

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Funded Seminars

2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2006 | 2005 | 2003 | 2001 | 2000 | 1998 | 1997 | 1996 | 1995 | 1994

 

2013

  • Boston University, "Teaching the 20th Century to 21st Century Students," Jonathan R. Zatlin, Bruce J. Schulman, Andrew J. Bacevich, and Brooke L. Blower
  • Carnegie Mellon University, "The Ghetto: Concept, Conditions, and Connections in Transnational Historical Perspective, from the 11th Century to the Present," Wendy Z. Goldman and Joe William Trotter, Jr.
  • Cornell University, "Political Will," Elizabeth Anker, Tracy McNulty, Camille Robcis, and Neil Saccamano
  • Georgetown University, "Critical 'Silk Road' Studies," James Millward and Michelle C. Wang
  • Northwestern University, "What Do We Know? Theoretical Issues in Social Epistemology," Sanford Goldberg, Fabrizio Cariani, Steven Epstein, Jennifer Lackey, and Uri Wilensky
  • University of California at Los Angeles, "The Environmental Humanities: Emergence and Impacts," Ursula Heise
  • University of Cambridge, "Comparing Comparatisms," Geoffrey Lloyd, Simon D. Goldhill, and Renaud Gagné
  • University of Minnesota, "Making the Mississippi: Formulating New Water Narratives for the 21st Century and Beyond," Ann Waltner, Patrick Nunnally, and Katherine Hayes
  • University of Texas at Austin, "Territorial Roots and Diasporic Routes: Creative Tensions in Native American and Indigenous Cultural Politics in the Americas," Shannon Speed and Charles R. Hale

 

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2012

  • Brandeis University, "Rethinking the Age of Revolution: Rights, Representation, and the Global Imaginary," Jane Kamensky and Susan Lanser
  • Emory University, "Visual Exegesis: Images as Instruments of Scriptural Interpretation and Hermeneutics," Walter Melion, Elizabeth Pastan, Walter Kalaidjian, Dalia Judovitz, Scott Kugle, David Blumenthal,Vernon Robbins, Paul Courtright, Sara McClintock, Cheryl Crowley, and Joel LeMon
  • Harvard University, "Hearing Modernity," Alexander Rehding
  • Johns Hopkins University, "Capitalism in Transition/Capitalism in Crisis," Beverly T. Silver and Christopher Nealon
  • New York University, "A Post-Genomic Embrace of the Human? The Social Science and Humanities of Non-Reductionist Life Sciences," Rayna Rapp, Troy Duster, Emily Martin, Ann Morning, Patrick Sharkey, and Florencia Torche
  • Ohio State University, "Language, Politics, and Human Expression in South Asia and the Balkans: Comparative Perspectives," Theodora Dragostinova, Yana Hashamova, Pranav Jani, Brian D. Joseph, Jessie Labov, Scott Levi, Andrea Sims, and Mytheli Sreenivas
  • University of California at Santa Barbara, "Sea Change: Integrating the Historical Study of Human Cultures and Marine Environments in Three Pacific Regions," David Lopez-Carr, Peter Alagona, and Teresa Shewry
  • University of Pennsylvania, "Race, across Time and Space," David Kazanjian and Daniel K. Richter
  • University of Southern California, "Critical Mixed-Race Studies: A Transpacific Approach," Duncan Williams, Brian Bernards, and Velina Hasu Houston

 

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2011

  • Brown University, "Animal Magnetism: The Emotional Ecology of Animals and Humans," Susan Alcock, John Bodel, and Stephen Houston
  • Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York, "Democratic Citizenship and the Recognition of Cultural Differences," Carol Gould, Ruth O'Brien, Richard Wolin, and Omar Dahbour
  • Indiana University, "Food Choice, Freedom, and Politics," Richard R. Wilk and Peter M. Todd
  • Rice University, "Cultures of Energy: Global Economics and Local Communities," Caroline Levander and Nick Shumway
  • Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, "Race, Place, and Space in the Americas: New Questions and Comparative Analysis," Mia Bay and Ann Fabian
  • University of California at Berkeley, "Speciesism in Biology, Culture and Sociopolitics," Brent Mishler
  • University of California at Davis, "Indigenous Cosmopolitics: Dialogues about the Reconstitution of Worlds," Marisol de la Cadena
  • University of Notre Dame, "The Qur'ān in the World of Late Antiquity," Gabriel Said Reynolds, Abraham Winitzer, and Mehdi Azaiez
  • University of Washington, "Bordering Violence: Boundaries, Indigeneity and Gender in America," José Antonio Lucero, Juan C. Guerra, and Matt A. Barreto
  • Vanderbilt University, "The Age of Emancipation: Black Freedom in the Atlantic World," Richard Blackett, Teresa Goddu, and Jane Landers

 

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2010

  • Duke University, "Phenomenology between Mind and Media," Mark B. N. Hansen and Robert Mitchell
  • Stanford University, "Comparative Wests: Transnational Perspectives on Rapid Cultural, Economic, and Environmental Transformations in the 19th Century Settler Colonies of Western Australia, Western Canada, the Western United States, and the Pacific Islands," Richard White and David Kennedy
  • University of Chicago, "Around 1948: Interdisciplinary Approaches to a Global Transformation," Leela Gandhi, Deborah Nelson, Christine Stansell, and Lisa Wedeen
  • University of Chicago, "International Women's Human Rights: Paradigms, Paradoxes, and Possibilities," Linda Zerilli, Martha Nussbaum, and Jane Dailey
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, "Precarious Work in Asia," Arne Kalleberg and Kevin Hewison
  • University of Oxford, "Understanding Human Creativity: Ecologies and Practices of Invention," Chris Gosden and Sarah Whatmore
  • University of Washington, "Now Urbanism: City-Making in the 21st Century and Beyond," Kim England, Ray Gastil, Jeff Hou, Anne Vernez Moudon, Linda Nash, Margaret O'Mara, Ken Tadashi Oshima, Barbara Swift, and Thaisa Way
  • University of Wisconsin at Madison, "Biopolitics: Life in Past and Present," Richard C. Keller and Sara Guyer
  • University of Wisconsin at Madison, "Globalization and the New Politics of Women's Rights," Myra Marx Ferree, Aili Tripp, and Christina Ewig
  • Washington University, "Graeco-Arabic Rationalism in Islamic Traditionalism: The Post-Classical Period (ca. 1200-1900 CE)," Asad Q. Ahmed, Ahmet T. Karamustafa, and Jon McGinnis

 

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2009

  • Boston University, "Energy Transitions and Society," Cutler Cleveland and Adil Najam
  • Indiana University, "Rupture and Flow: The Circulation of Technoscientific Facts and Objects," Thomas Gieryn
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "Sensing the Unseen," Heather Paxson and Stefan Helmreich
  • Stanford University, "Gender Bias in the Past and Future of Asia," Melissa J. Brown, Marcus W. Feldman, and Matthew H. Sommer
  • University of Edinburgh, IAHS, "Embodied Values: Bringing the Senses Back to the Environment," Susan Manning
  • University of Michigan, "Ethnicity in African Societies: Historical, Comparative, and Contemporary Investigations," Warren C. Whatley, Marlyse Baptista, Howard Stein, Rudolph Butch Ware, Derek Petersen, Kelly Askew, and Adam Ashforth
  • University of Wisconsin at Madison, "Vulnerability and Resilience: Rethinking Human Rights for the 21st Century," Scott Straus
  • University of Witwatersrand, "Property, Race and Poverty: Paradoxes of the Law and the Possibility of Justice in Contemporary South Africa," Achille Mbembe
  • Washington University, "Japan Embodied: New Approaches to Japanese Studies," Rebecca Copeland and Marvin Marcus

 

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2008

  • Northwestern University, "Theatre after Athens: Reception and Revision of Ancient Greek Drama," Kathryn Bosher, Reginald Gibbons, Marianne Hopman, Richard Kraut, and Sara Monoson
  • University of California at Los Angeles, "Homosexualities, From Antiquity to the Present," Joseph Bristow
  • University of Cambridge, "Crisis, What Crisis? Collapse and Dark Ages in Comparative Perspectives," James Barrett, Martin Millett, and John Hatcher
  • University of Cambridge, "Modeling Futures: Understanding Risk and Uncertainty," David Spiegelhalter, Philip Dawid, Martin Kusch, Tim Lewens, Susan Owens, John Eatwell, M. Hashem Pesaran, and Arnoud De Meyer
  • University of Cape Town, "Knowledge Diversity and the Sciences: Towards Curriculum Transformation in the Postcolonial University," Lesley Green, Fiona Ross, and Susan Levine
  • University of London, School of Advanced Study, "Fratricide & Fraternité: Understanding and Repairing Neighbourly Atrocity," Lars Waldorf, James Manor, and Rachel Sieder
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, "Diversity and Conformity in Muslim Societies: Historical Coexistence and Contemporary Struggles," Banu Gökariksel and Sarah Shields
  • University of Oxford, "About Turns: Conversion in Late Antiquity Christianity, Islam and Beyond," Neil McLynn, Arietta Papaconstantinou, and David Taylor
  • University of Oxford, "National Economic Policy-Making in the Face of Globalization," Tony Atkinson
  • University of Sydney, "The Antipodean Laboratory: Humanity, Sovereignty, and Environment in Southern Oceans and Lands, 1700-2009," Iain McCalman and Duncan Ivison
  • Washington University, "How Deep Is the Ocean: The Rise and Fall of Jazz as Popular Music," Gerald Early, Keith Sawyer, and Patrick Burke

 

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2006

  • Cornell University, "Social Movements and Regime Change in Latin America and Post-Communist Europe," Valerie Bunce, Holly Case, Ray Craib, and Ken Roberts
  • Stanford University, "The Dynamics of Inequality," David B. Grusky
  • Stanford University, "The First Great Divergence: China and Europe, 500-800 CE," Ian Morris, Walter Scheidel, and Mark Lewis
  • University of California at Berkeley, "The Dilemmas of Judicial Power: Constitutional Courts, Politics, and Society," Gordon Silverstein, Robert Kagan, Malcolm Feeley, and Martin Shapiro
  • University of California at Los Angeles, "Disputation: Ways of Arguing In and Out of the University," Brian Copenhaver
  • University of Minnesota, "Humanitarianisms and World Order," Michael Barnett and Raymond Duvall
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, "The Changing Nature(s) of Land: Property, Peasants, and Agricultural Production in a Global World," Wendy Wolford and Meenu Tewari
  • University of Pennsylvania, "Power-Sharing in Deeply Divided Places," Brendan O'Leary, Jonathan Steinberg, Rita Barnard, Clark McCauley (Bryn Mawr), Arancha Garcia del Soto, Monroe Price, and William Burke-White

 

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2005

  • Duke University, "Human Being, Human Diversity, and Human Welfare: A Cross-Disciplinary and Cross-Cultural Study in Culture, Science, and Medicine," Priscilla Wald and Timothy Lenoir
  • Duke University, "Portents and Dilemmas: Public Health and the Environment in China and India, A Comparative Study," John Richards and Ralph Litzinger
  • Stanford University, "Visualizing Knowledge: From Alberti's Window to Digital Arrays," John Bender and Michael Marrinan
  • University of California at Berkeley, "Private Wealth and Public Power: Oligarchs, Tycoons, and Magnates in Comparative Perspective," Yuri Slezkine
  • University of Cambridge, "Debt, Sovereignty and Power," David Runciman and Helen Thompson
  • University of Chicago, "The Problem of Non-Discursive Thought from Goethe to Wittgenstein: Inquiries in Aesthetic Theory, Forms of Representation, and the Logic of the Humanities," James Conant and David Wellbery
  • University of Oxford, "Violence and Empire," Chase F. Robinson and Petra M. Sijpesteijn
  • University of Toronto, "Globalizing the Americas: World Economies and Local Communities," Rick Halpern, Daniel Bender, Kenneth Mills, and Derek Wiliams

 

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2003

  • New School for Social Research, "Constitutional Design and the Politics of Difference in Mexico, Canada, and the United States," Courtney Jung
  • Northwestern University, "Comparing Truth and Reconciliation Processes in their Historical and Cultural Contexts," Douglass W. Cassell, Jr.
  • University of Aberdeen, "Citizens Within Subjects: Political Rights and Participation in Historical and Contemporary Perspective," Howard Hoston
  • University of California at Irvine, "Redress: Social Thought, Law, and Literature," David Theo Goldberg
  • University of Oxford, "The Theory and Politics of Civil Society," John Gardner, Jane Lewis, David Marquand, and Alan Ryan
  • University of Virginia, "World English and Global Culture," Michael Levenson

 

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2001

  • Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, "Mass Violence & Genocide in the Twentieth Century," Neil Smelser and Norman Naimark (Stanford)
  • Cornell University, "Towards a Transcultural and Transnational Europe," Davydd Greenwood
  • Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York, "Universal Human Rights and State Sovereignty: Towards More Effective International and Domestic Compliance," David Nasaw and Thomas G. Weiss
  • Pennsylvania State University, "Early Evidence for Contact and Cultural Transmission in the 'Axial Age' Mediterranean," Baruch Halpern and Raymond Lombra
  • Stanford University, "Settlement, Race, and Sovereignty in North America, South Africa, and Israel/Palestine," Joel Beinin, George Fredrickson, Hilton Obenzinger, Richard Roberts, and Richard White
  • Tulane University, "The Microfoundations of the Neoliberal Turn in Latin America," Anthony Pereira and Brian Potter
  • University of California at Los Angeles, "The Ethics of the Neighbor," Kenneth Reinhard
  • University of Virginia, "It's Not Your Dad's Welfare State Anymore: Institutions, Norms, and the Transformation of Welfare as We Know It," Herman Schwartz 

 

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2000

  • Columbia University, "Democracy and Inequality," Anthony W. Marx
  • Columbia University, "Globalizing City Cultures," Andreas Huyssen
  • Emory University, "Contending with Conflict," Don Donham
  • Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York, "New Immigrants and American Society," John Mollenkopf
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "Rural Places, Modern Times," Harriet Ritvo and Deborah Fitzgerald
  • New York University, "Cold War and Its Legacy," Marilyn B. Young and Allen Hunter
  • University of Chicago, "Circulation of Poetry," Robert Von Hallberg
  • University of Chicago, "Medieval to Modern in the Islamic World," Cornell Fleischer
  • University of Washington, "Ethno-Political Conflicts in the Modern World," Daniel Chirot and Resat Kasaba

 

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1998

  • Columbia University, "Heterarchies: Public and Private Networks of Accountability," David Stark
  • Columbia University, "The Production of the Past: History in the Making," Nicholas Dirks and Mahmood Mamdani (U Cape Town)
  • Duke University, "Globalization and Equity: Voices from the Periphery," Robert Keohane and Peter Lange
  • National Humanities Center, "Liberal Cultures and Their Critics," W. Robert Connor and Anthony La Vopa (North Carolina State)
  • Princeton University, "Civil Wars: Roots and Reconciliation," Michael Doyle
  • Princeton University, "Migration and Citizenship in the Americas," Jeremy Adelman and Marta Tienda
  • University of California at Berkeley, "Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurialism, and Democracy in Communist and Post-Communist Societies," Victoria Bonnell and Thomas Gold
  • University of Chicago, "Computer Science as a Human Science," Karen Landahl and Barbara Stafford
  • University of Michigan, "Archives, Documentation and the Institutions of Social Memory," Francis X. Blouin and William Rosenberg
  • University of Michigan, "Contested Childhoods in a Changing Global Order," Sharon Stephens, Lawrence Hirschfield, and Elizabeth Goodenough
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, "The Concept and Consequences of Race: Cross-National and Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives," William Darity, Jr.
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, "Reading Regions Globally: History, Place, and Power," James Peacock, Gerald Horne, and David Moltke Hanson

 

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1997

  • Emory University, "Defining the Public Health," Randall Packard, Peter Brown, Marcia Inhorn, Sharon Strocchia, Robert Hahn (Center for Disease Control), Howard Frumkin, and Ruth Berkelman (Center for Disease Control)
  • Emory University, "Healthcare: Let the Market Handle It?" James Fowler, Deborah McFarland, Richard Saltman, and James Gustafson
  • New School for Social Research, "Mass Media and the Public Sphere," Andrew Arato and Jeffrey C. Goldfarb
  • New York University, "The City, Modernism, and the Problem of National Culture," Harry D. Harootunian
  • Princeton University, "European Monetary Union: Dawn or Debacle?" Kenneth Rogoff
  • Princeton University, "Western Economic Values and Alternative Models," Harold James
  • University of Pennsylvania, "Globalization and Inequality," Douglas S. Massey
  • Yale University, "The Millennium and Millennialism: Paradigms and Prospects," Abbas Amanat and Gustav Ranis

 

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1996

  • Columbia University, "Retroactive Justice," Jon Elster, Anthony W. Marx, and Stephen Skolnick
  • Cornell University, "Democratic Detours," John Borneman, John Weiss, Hector Shamis, and Valerie Bunce
  • Johns Hopkins University, "National Cultures and the Construction of the Modern World," Anthony Pagden, Richard Kagan, Jack Greene, A. J. R. Russell-Wood, Franklin Knight, and Michael Johnson
  • New School for Social Research, "Role of the Military in Political and Social Change," Diane Davis, Anthony Pereira, and Louise Tilly
  • Yale University, "Genocide Studies," Benedict Kiernan and Gustav Ranis

 

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1995

  • Columbia University, "Democratization, Norms and Institutions (Philosophical and literary discourse on democratization and liberalism)," Lisa Anderson, Gayatri Spivak, and David Johnston
  • National Humanities Center, "Comparative Studies of Identity Formation in Western and Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Asia," W. Robert Connor and Lloyd S. Kramer (UNC Chapel Hill)
  • National Humanities Center, "Public and Personal Identities," W. Robert Connor and Lloyd S. Kramer (UNC Chapel Hill)
  • University of California at Los Angeles, "Comparative and Historical Study of the 'Triple Transition'," Robert Brenner, Rogers Brubaker, and Ivan Szelenyi
  • Yale University, "International Migration and Human Rights," Patricia Pessar and Gaddis Smith 

 

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1994

  • Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, "Comparative Study of Cycles of Revolutionary Politics," Charles Tilly (New School), Doug McAdam (U Arizona), and Sidney Tarrow (Cornell)
  • Duke University, "Collective Actors in Transnational Societies," Herbert Kitschelt and James Leitzel
  • Duke University, "New Nationalism, New Identities, New Perspectives," Edward A. Tiryakian and John F. Richards
  • Duke University, "Public Culture and Transnationalism," Katherine Ewing
  • Duke University, "Think Globally, Act Locally: Women's Leadership and Grassroots Activism," Nancy Hewitt
  • Harvard University, "North America: Languages, Nationhood, and the Future," Marc Shell, Werner Sollors, and Doris Sommer
  • Harvard University, "The Performance of Existing Democracies," Samuel Huntington, Susan Pharr, Robert Putnam, Michael Sandel, and Theda Skocpol
  • Harvard University, "Societies in Transition," John Womack and Richard Freeman
  • Northwestern University, "Contending 'Cultures' of Human Rights and Democracy," Jeff Winters, Meredith Woo-Cumings, and Bruce Cumings
  • Northwestern University, "Islamic Fundamentalism in Comparative Context: Historical Antecedents, Contemporary Debates," Jacob Lassner, Robert Launay, and Carl Petry
  • Stanford University, "Cultural and Historical Context of Industrialization in East Asia," Peter Duus, James Raphael, Arthur Wolf, and Tom Rohlen
  • Stanford University, "Race and Ethnicity in Comparative Perspective," Al Camarillo, Luis Fraga, George Fredrickson, Susan Olzak, Ramon Saldivar, Sharon Holland, and Claude Steele
  • University of California at Berkeley, "The Moral Economy of Islam," Kiren Aziz Chaudry and Richard Buxbaum
  • University of California at Berkeley, "The Politics of Identity in Societies in Transition from Authoritarian Regimes," Robert Price
  • University of Chicago, "Religion, Law and  the Construction of Identities," Frank Reynolds, Richard Helmholz, Martha Nussbaum, and John Comaroff
  • University of Chicago, "Sexual Identities, Identity Politics: Cross-Cultural Investigations," Beth Povinelli, George Chauncey, Michael Camille, Deborah Nelson, and William Sibley
  • University of Chicago, "Toleration, Repression, and Authority in Early Modern Europe," Richard Strier, Martha Feldman, Cornell Fleischer, Daniel Garber, and Steven Pincus
  • University of Michigan, "Demographic Regimes and Economies in Transition: Increases in Adult Mortality in Eastern Europe and Implications for the Developing World," Barbara Anderson
  • University of Michigan, "Nation, Community and Culture in the Aftermath of Empire," Ann L. Stoler
  • University of Michigan, "Social Movements and Social Change in a Globalizing World," Mayer N. Zald
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, "Ethnic and Racial Economic Disparity: Cross National Perspectives," William Darity, Jr. 

 

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