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Radcliffe Research Partnership Opportunities

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Fascism in America

Fellow: Omer Aziz

Subject Areas: Nonfiction, Documentary, Multimedia 

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Smart Earth

Fellow: Karen Bakker

Subject Areas: Digital Technology, Environmental Sustainability, STS (Science and Technology Studies), Artificial Intelligence, Environmental Conservation

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Wondering Eye: Shirley Clarke and the Edges of Cinema

Fellow: Jaimie Baron

Subject Areas: Film/Visual Art, US Cultural History

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Amelia Earhart and American Feminism

Fellow: Jennifer Finney Boylan

Subject Areas: Creative Writing, Journalism, Feminism

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Touching Pitch

Fellow: William Cheng

Subject Areas: Music, New Media, Game Design

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Toward the Design of Functional Proteins Using Learned Surface Fingerprints

Fellow: Bruno Correia

Subject Area: Computational Biology

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Biorefinery: A Sustainable Waste Management Solution for the Developing World

Fellow: Olatunde Samuel Dahunsi

Subject Areas: Biotechnology, Environmental Science, Renewable and Sustainable Energy

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Trade Competition and Cooperation

Fellow: Christina L. Davis

Subject Area: Trade

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When Wounds Travel: Ecologies of War and Healthcare East of the Mediterranean

Fellow: Omar Dewachi

Subject Areas: Medical Anthropology, History of Science, Global Health, Middle East Studies 

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Reimaging Digital Futures: Documenting and Communicating Alternatives to Work, Safety and Surveillance, and Transportation

Fellow: Tawanna Dillahunt

Subject Areas: Human-Computer Interaction, Science and Technology Studies, Black Feminist Studies, Computer Science, Cultural Studies, History

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Mapping Gender and Racial Capitalism: Atlantic Geographies of Reproduction from Boston to the Caribbean

Fellow: Elizabeth Maddock Dillon

Subject Areas: History of Boston and Early Caribbean, Digital Humanities, Literary Studies, African American Studies, Gender Studies

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Intimate Inequalities: Informality and the Afterlives of Slavery in Recife, Brazil

Fellow: Brodwyn Fischer

Subject Areas: History, Urban Studies, Slavery Emancipation and Race, Inequality, Brazilian Studies, Latin American Studies, Citizenship Studies

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Awake Overnight: A Tactile Graphic Novel

Fellow: Ebony Flowers

Subject Areas: Disability Studies, Creative Writing, Visual Art/Studies

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Cuteness in Contemporary Environmental Culture

Fellow: Isabel Galleymore

Subject Areas: Literature, Environmental Humanities, Cultural Studies, Cute Studies

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PUSHAHEAD: The True Story of Edward P. McCabe, Black Dreams, and Colonization Nightmares

Fellow: Caleb J. Gayle

Subject Areas: Literature, History, African American Studies

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Out of Many: American Stories

Fellow: Anand Giridharadas

Subject Areas: Journalism, Ethnography, Sociology

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Quartette: Four Women in Jazz, Stories from The Lives of Maxine Sullivan, Velma Middleton, Melba Liston, and Shirley Scott

Fellow: Maxine Gordon

Subject Areas: African American History, Jazz, Black Feminist Geography, Women and Black Music

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Retrieving Resistance: Black Women’s Fight for Freedom 1860–1877

Fellow: Rebecca Hall

Subject Areas: Art, Sequential Art, 19th-Century US History

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Spindles and Slavery: Abolitionists, Anti-Abolitionists, and the Business of Manufacturing Cotton Grown by the Enslaved

Fellow: Betsy Herbin-Triant

Subject Area: US History

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Supporting People with Severe Disability or Health Problems Living in Homes and Communities

Fellow: Lisa I. Iezzoni 

Subject Area: Biology and Medical Sciences

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Exit Wounds: American Guns, Mexican Lives, and the Vicious Circle of Violence

Fellow: Ieva Jusionyte

Subject Areas: History, Anthropology, Government, Other Social Sciences and Humanities

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The Reversal of the Electoral Gender Gap: Why American Men Have Become Conservative

Fellow: Orit Kedar

Subject Areas: Political Science, Political Economy

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Abiayala: A Trans-Hemispheric Indigenous Manifesto

Fellow: Emil’ Keme

Subject Areas: Indigenous Studies, Literature, Film, Visual Art, Cartography

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Exsiccatum

Fellow: Kapwani Kiwanga

Subject Areas: Biology, Botanics, Visual Arts, Law, History

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Writing a Book for Clarifying the Mysteries of Choosing Statistical and Machine-Learning Methods in Genomics Research

Fellow: Jingyi Jessica Li

Subject Areas: Statistics, Genomics, Bioinformatics

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The Translator

Fellow: Mohsen Makhmalbaf

Subject Area: Screenwriting

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The Financialization of Housing

Fellow: Francesca Mari

Subject Area: Nonfiction

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African Rebellious Migrants: The Forgery of Abolition and the Quest for Freedom

Fellow: Ndubueze L. Mbah

Subject Areas: African History, Slavery and Labor, Migration Studies, Gender and Sexuality, Imperialism

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Swims with the Fishes—A Small-scale Robot That Integrates with Marine Environment

Fellow: Yahya Modarres-Sadeghi

Subject Areas: Engineering, Robotics, Fluid Mechanics

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Exclusion and Exploitation: The Incarceration of Black Americans from Slavery to the Present

Fellow: Christopher Muller

Subject Areas: Economic History, Historical Sociology

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Design and Development of a Mobile Health App for Harvard Students

Fellow: Susan A. Murphy

Subject Areas: Psychology, Neuroscience

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Postindustrial Ecology: New Values in Recovering Marine Ecosystems

Fellow: Joe Roman

Subject Areas: Conservation Biology, Ecological Economics, General Nonfiction

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The Port of Shanghai and Modern China: Environment and Political Economy of the Waters, 1870–1937

Fellow: Tomoko Shiroyama

Subject Areas: History, Asia Studies, Digital Humanities

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Money in Politics in Modern America

Fellow: Laura Weinrib

Subject Areas: Law, History

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Science, Education, and Visualization of Future Climate Change

Fellow: Hong Yang

Subject Areas: Earth and Climate Sciences, Education, Visual Arts

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