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208  Grants awarded for  $33,876,000
GranteeProject DateAmountLocationProgram
Indiana UniversitySawyer Seminars - Food Choice, Freedom, and Politics06/03/11$172,000Bloomington, IN, United StatesHigher Learning
Indiana UniversitySawyer Seminars - Rupture and Flow: The Circulation of Technoscientific Facts and Objects06/19/09$144,000Bloomington, IN, United StatesHigher Learning
University of ChicagoSawyer Seminars - Circulation of Poetry/Medieval to Modern in the Islamic World12/15/00$220,000Chicago, IL, United StatesHigher Learning
University of California at San DiegoSawyer Seminar: Claiming the City: Urban Citizenship, Hybrid Cultures, and Governance in the Modern Era09/11/17$225,000La Jolla, CA, United StatesHigher Learning
Columbia UniversitySawyer Seminars - Democracy & Inequality/Globalizing City Cultures12/15/00$210,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Learning
New York UniversitySawyer Seminars - City, Modernism, and Problems03/17/97$100,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Learning
University of AberdeenSawyer Seminars - Citizens Within Subjects03/15/02$107,000Aberdeen, United KingdomHigher Learning
University of California at Santa CruzSawyer Seminar: "Non-citizenship"06/04/15$175,000Santa Cruz, CA, United StatesHigher Learning
Princeton UniversitySawyer Seminars - Civil Wars, Migration, and Citizenship03/16/98$200,000Princeton, NJ, United StatesHigher Learning
The Graduate Center of the City University of New YorkSawyer Seminars - Democratic Citizenship and the Recognition of Cultural Differences06/03/11$174,400New York, NY, United StatesHigher Learning
University of OxfordSawyer Seminars - Theory and Politics of Civil Society03/15/02$102,000Oxford, United KingdomHigher Learning
New York UniversitySawyer Seminars - Cold War and Its Legacy12/15/00$108,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Learning
University of OxfordSawyer Seminar: Post War: Commemoration, Reconstruction, Reconciliation09/15/16$175,000Oxford, United KingdomHigher Learning
Duke UniversitySawyer Seminar: Language Discrimination in Fragile and Precarious Communities09/12/19$225,000Durham, NC, United StatesHigher Learning
Rice UniversitySawyer Seminar - Diasporic Cultures of Slavery: Engaging Disciplines, Engaging Communities 09/18/20$225,000Houston, TX, United StatesHigher Learning
Columbia UniversitySawyer Seminar on the Comparative Study of Cultures entitled ‚ÄĚTrust and Mistrust of Science and Experts."09/12/19$225,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Learning
Indiana UniversitySawyer Seminar - The Comparative Study of Cultures09/12/19$225,000Bloomington, IN, United StatesHigher Learning
New York UniversitySawyer Seminars - Comparative Study of Cultures: A Post-Genomic Embrace of the Human05/31/12$175,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Learning
Ohio State UniversitySawyer Seminars - Comparative Study of Cultures: Language, Politics, and Human Expression05/31/12$175,000Columbus, OH, United StatesHigher Learning
Wesleyan UniversitySawyer Seminars - Comparative Study of Cultures09/24/09$142,000Middletown, CT, United StatesHigher Learning
University of California at Los AngelesSeminars on the Comparative Study of Cultures06/16/95$175,000Los Angeles, CA, United StatesHigher Learning
Columbia UniversitySawyer Seminars - Comparative Study of Cultures06/16/95$100,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Learning
Yale UniversitySeminars on the Comparative Study of Cultures06/16/95$100,000New Haven, CT, United StatesHigher Learning
Stanford UniversitySeminars - Comparative Cultures10/07/94$200,000Stanford, CA, United StatesHigher Learning
University of California at BerkeleySeminars - Comparative Cultures10/07/94$200,000Berkeley, CA, United StatesHigher Learning
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