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FIELD STUDIES

Fellow: Elizabeth A. Baker
Subjects: Music, film, dance, sonic ecology 

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China And/As Threat

Fellow: Corey Byrnes 
Subjects: Environmental humanities, Chinese studies, animal studies, spatial, landscape Studies 

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Between Worlds: China’s WWII Interpreters and Their Divergent Fates in China, Taiwan, and the United States

Fellow: David Chang 

Subjects: East Asian history and Asian American history 

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Crowd Counting Consortium

Fellow: Erica Chenoweth  

Subjects: Political science, protest, social movements 

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THE MOVEMENT UNDERCOMMONS: Motion Capture as Technology of Resistance

Fellow: Grisha Coleman 

Subjects: Digital media, movement arts, cultural-critical studies, ethnography 

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Queer Art, Queer Politics, Queer Loss

Fellow: Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas   

Subjects: Social movements, Queer studies, 20th century Latin American history, 20th Century avant-gardes, theater and performance studies, playwriting  

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Steam: A Multimedia Opera for Jazz Ensemble, Electronics, and Video

Fellow: David Dominique 

Subjects: Filmmaking, contemporary art, documentary

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The Global Diversity of Ants and Butterflies: Toward a Geography of Two Intertwined Evolutionary Histories

Fellow: Evan Economo

Subjects: Ecology and evolutionary biology

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When It’s Darkness on the Delta

Fellow: W. Ralph Eubanks

Subjects: Creative nonfiction, American studies, southern studies, African American studies, public policy

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Girl Scouts of the USA: Race, Democracy, Sisterhood, and Empire

Fellow: Amy Farrell

Subjects: Women's, girls' and feminist histories, United States History, American studies, gender studies 

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Privacy-Preserving Data Analytics on Complex Networks

Fellow: Lixin Gao

Subjects: Computer science and engineering

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Poetry and Politics in Contemporary Eastern Europe

Fellow: Amelia Glaser

Subject: East European literature

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The Time of Slavery: History, Memory, Politics, and The Constitution

Fellow: Ariela J. Gross

Subjects: History, law, and African American studies

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Afrotecture (Re)Collection

Fellow: Heather Hart 

Subject: Visual art

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Don’t Stop, Get It, Get It

Fellow: Faren Humes

Subjects: Filmmaking and sociology

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And then Came COVID

Fellow: Anthony Abraham Jack

Subjects: Sociology and inequality, race, and education

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Disgust and Defiance: The Visceral Politics of Gender Nonconforming Activism in Brazil

Fellow: Alvaro Jarrin

Subjects: Anthropology of social movements and politics

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Checking the Judiciary: The Role of the Federal Courts in Shaping Post-9/11 Government policy and Enabling Abuse

Fellow: Pardiss Kebriaei

Subjects: Law and civil rights

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The Ecology of the Vaginal Microbiome in Health and Disease

Fellow: Libusha Kelly

Subjects: Biological sciences, medical sciences, computer science

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Narrative Nonfiction Book: "The Prince and the Revolutionary"

Fellow: Suki Kim

Subjects: Literature and history

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THE SPEECH MACHINE

Fellow: Sandra Kogut

Subjects: Film and visual art

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Freedom in Chains: The Material Life of Slaves in the Early Modern French Atlantic and Indian Oceans

Fellow: Melanie Lamotte

Subjects: History, race and slavery, French

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Another East: Arab Writers, Moscow Dreams

Fellow: Margaret Litvin

Subjects: Literary studies, history, Russian, Arabic

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Mother Tongues and Other Tongues: Polyglot Confessions

Fellow: Margaret Litvin

Subjects: Language acquisition, literature, migration studies, memoir

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The Specter of Materialism: Queer Theory and Marxism in the Age of the Beijing Consensus

Fellow: Petrus Liu

Subjects: Literature, critical theory, Asian studies  

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Airbrush, Instamatics, and Funk: Art, Pop, and New York City's Long 1970s

Fellow: Uri MacMillan

Subjects: Art History and visual culture, performance studies, African American studies, feminist and queer theory, fashion studies

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Women and Girls in the Nineteenth-Century United States: Race, Gender, Environment, and Activism

Fellow: Tiya Miles

Subjects: 19th century women’s history, literature, African American women’s history/studies, Native American women’s history/studies, cultural history, feminist studies

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Suzanne Simone Baptiste, Madame Toussaint Louverture: Frenchness and the Case of the Missing Black Wife

Fellow: Robin Mitchell

Subjects: French and Francophone studies, history, Africana studies, women’s and gender studies, race, and sexuality 

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Exploring the Diffuse Milky Way in 3D

Fellow: Joan Najita

Subjects: Astronomy, data science, and data visualization

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Controversy atop Maunakea

Fellow: Joan Najita

Subjects: Science and society

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Understanding Our Heliospheric Shield: Laying the Groundwork to Predict Habitable Astrospheres

Fellow: Merav Opher

Subject: Astronomy and space science

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Mathematics of Cloud and Climate Change

Fellow: Annalisa Quaini

Subjects: Mathematical modeling and computational methods

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Economic Evidence on Merger Efficiencies: How Much Credit Should Antitrust Enforcers Give to Efficiency Defenses?

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The Difference a Day Makes: How Spending Even One Day in Jail Can Have Devastating Consequences

Fellow: Sandra Susan Smith

Subject:  Sociology, public policy, punishment and inequality

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Stories of Landscape, Lives, and Community

Fellow: Anne Spirn

Subject: History and African-American studies

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Novel-in-Progress: "The Children Go"

Fellow: Lesley Tenorio

Subjects: Literature, fiction, global labor, immigration, Philippines history

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A Postcolonial Ethnography of Subaltern Agency

Fellow: Chidi Ugwu

Subject: Medical anthropology, postcolonial and decolonial studies

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Religion and Personality Cult as Motifs in the Negotiations of Prebendalism in Nigeria

Fellow: Chidi Ugwu

Subject: Anthropology, sociology of religion, political anthropology, political science

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“We do not beget another’s Child”: An Exceptional Filiation Custom Among the Igbo of Southeastern Nigeria

Fellow: Chidi Ugwu

Subjects: Cultural anthropology and kinship studies

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Creating Monsters: Racism, False Confessions, and Wrongful Convictions

Fellow: Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve

Subject: Sociology, media studies, Black studies, history

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Democracy and the Carceral State

Fellow: Ariel White

Subject: Political science

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Flows of Capital, Networks of Power, and Landscape History

Fellow: Anne Spirn

Subjects: History, capitalism, government

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Many-file Differencing for Semi-Structured Documents

Fellow: Elena Leah Glassman

Subjects: Human-computer interaction, computer science, applied natural language processing, visualization

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The Biology of Intimacy

Fellow: Steven Phelps 

Subjects: Animal behavior, anthropology, evolutionary biology, neuroscience, social psychology 

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