2019-2020 FellowsAllie Goodman, Ph.D. candidate, History"Possession and Promises: Institutionalization, Nativism, and "Child Saving" in Chicago, 1870-1899"Nana Quarshie, Ph.D. candidate, Anthropology & History"Thorazine and Terror in Early Independence Ghana, 1951-1966"Chao Ren, Ph.D. candidate, History"Oily Arguments: Institutional Disputes and Native Property Rights in Colonial Burma"
Jasmine Wang, J.D. candidate"Belonging and the Gendered Nature of Chinese Exclusion"
David Helps, PhD Candidate, History “Between ‘Tough on Crime’ and the Taxpayer Revolt: Los Angeles Police Expansion and the Origins of the Predatory State”
Lamin Manneh, PhD Candidate, History “Half Die: Conforming ‘Native’ Urban Quarters and Ecologies in Colonial Bathurst in the 19th Century”
Nicole Navarro, PhD Candidate, History “In a State of Exception: Latino Migrations to Washington, D.C., 1970s-1990s” Alexander Stephens, PhD Candidate, History “Making ‘Criminal Aliens’ in the Magic City: Miami, the Mariel Boatlift, and U.S. Immigration Law in the 1980s”
James Sunshine, JD Candidate “Fairness Not Leniency: A Review of President Obama’s Clemency Initiative”
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