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2010 GRANT RECIPIENTS

Dengue Fever and Trash Collection in Brazil: Politics of Responsibility in Favelas of Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte

Special Recognition: Martinus Nijhoff Award

Steven Alley

 Columbia University

 School of Public Health

 

 

Gambling with Violence:  Why States Outsource the Use of Force to Extremist Nonstate Actors

Special Recognition: John L. Stanley Award

Yelena Biberman

 Brown University

 Department of Political Science

 

 

Contesting Tunisia: Order, Dissent and the Politics of Protest

Laryssa Chomiak

University of Maryland

Department of Government and Politics

 

 

Strategies of Survival in Genocides and Mass Killings

Evgeny Finkel

University of Wisconsin at Madison

Department of Political Science

 

 

A Vision of “Homeland Security”: Immigration Enforcement in the Sanctuary Cities of the U.S. 

Trevor Gardner

University of California at Berkeley

Department of Sociology

 

 

Private Military-Security Companies and Governance in Conflict Zones: A Study of Four Companies in Israel/Palestine, the Niger Delta and Angola

Special Recognition: Harold D. Lasswell Award

Galit Gelbort

 Ben Gurion University of the Negev

 Department of Political Science

 

 

The New Minority: Alienation and Identity among White Working Class Americans

Special Recognition: Robert K. Merton Award

Justin Gest

Harvard University

Department of Government

 

 

Socioeconomic Status and parental Investments of Time and Money: What Matters Most for Children’s School Success?

Special Recognition: Donald R. Cressey Award

Issa Kohler-Hausmann

New York University

Department of Sociology

 

 

Socioeconomic Status and Parental Investments of Time and Money: What Matters Most for Children’s School Success?

Aleksandra Holod

Columbia University

Teacher’s College

 

 

Misdemeanor Justice? Offending and Punishment of Minor Crimes in New York City

Biorn Ivemark

University of British Columbia

Department of Sociology

 

 

Transitions to Adulthood of Children in Subsidized Housing

Special Recognition: Eli Ginzberg Award

Yana Kucheva

University of California at Los Angeles

Department of Sociology

 

 

Saving The Market From Itself: Bailouts, Nationalizations, and the Politics of Financial Intervention

Christopher Mitchell

The George Washington University

Department of Political Science

 

 

The Caring Precariat: Home-Based Care Work in America’s Three Largest Cities

Diana Polson

The Graduate Center at the City University of New York

Department of Political Science

 

 

The End of Poverty, or the Rise of the Vertical Ghetto? Post-public housing spatial concentration and youth in Baltimore 

Eva Rosen

Harvard University

Sociology and Social Policy

 

 

Finding Work: the reentry experiences of prisoners

Naomi Sugie

Princeton University

Department of Sociology

 

 

An Empirical Study of the Impacts of Repealing the Tax Exemption on Municipal Bonds

Beibei Zou

The University of Texas

Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs