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2003 GRANT RECIPIENTS

A Guinea Pig’s Wage: Risk and Commodization in Pharmaceutical Research in America

Roberto Abadie
Graduate Center of the City University of New York
Department of Anthropology

 

 

From State Houses to Congress: Latino Representation in the United States

Jason Paul Casellas
Princeton University
Department of Politics

Special Recognition: John Stanley Award

 

 

(Re)Imagining the Post-Soviet Nation: Analyzing Anti-trafficking Campaigns in Russia and the Ukraine

Nadejda Chapkina
Georgia State University
Department of Sociology

 

 

Federal Control and Social Justice: The Crime Bill and the USA Patriot Act in Action

Howard Lee Cheek, Jr.
Lee University and The United Methodist Church, Department of Political Science

 

 

Dancing with Hands Cuffed: Media Commercialization and Political Development in China

Fen Lin
The University of Chicago
Department of Sociology

 

 

Human Smuggling: Everyday Crime in Southeast Europe

Dejan Lukic
Columbia University in the City of New York
Department of Anthropology

 

Origins of Financial Liberalization in Emerging Markets

Sawa Omori
University of Pittsburgh
Department of Political Science

 

Decisions in Scientific Agencies: How Do the NIH and the FDA Balance Expert Opinions, Changing Agendas, and Political Pressure?

Nicole C. Quon
Yale University
Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, School of Medicine

Special Recognition: Eli Ginzberg Award

 

The Politics of Religious Promise: State Implementation of Charitable Choice Practices

Rebecca Elizabeth Sager
University of Arizona
Department of Sociology

 

Mediating the European Union: Making of the EU News in Turkey

Erkan Saka
Rice University
Department of Anthropology


Consumption and Urban Neighborhoods: Leading Social Indicators of Neighborhood Health, Stability and Transition

Marc M. Sanford
The University of Chicago
Department of Sociology