Fellows

Jean Comaroff
2003–2004
The University of Chicago
Anthropology
Criminal Obsessions: Crime, Cultural Justice, and the Problem of Order in South Africa
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2009–2010
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Boston College
European History
Living and Dying in Early Medieval Britain
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2013–2014
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
New York University
History
Social Movements in the 20th-Century United States: Modeling Historical Analysis
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2004–2005
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
History of Science, Technology, or Medicine
Development, Intersubjectivity, and Dynamical Systems
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2006–2007
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Harvard University
Sociology
Cream Rising: Finding Excellence in the Social Sciences and the Humanities
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2007–2008
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Brown University
Full Metal Jacket: The Car, US Cultures, and Their Contradictions
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2012–2013
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
City University of New York
Women's and Gender Studies
Gender and Labor in the Economic Crisis: Comparing the Great Depression and the Great Recession
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2005–2006
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
University of Pennsylvania
History
The Librarian's Secrets: Books, Intelligence, and Cultural Reconstruction in the World War II Era
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2008–2009
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Georgetown University
Anthropology
The Meaning of Mestizaje in Early Colonial New Granada
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2014–2015
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Boston College
Sociology
Connected Consumption: The Emergence of a New Consumer Culture
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2010–2011
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Political Science
The Future of Egalitarian Capitalism, in Light of Its Past
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2011–2012
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor
University of California, Berkeley
Political Science
Building a New War on Poverty