2013-14 UNDERGRADUATE GRANT RECIPIENTS:
Serena Covkin (email@example.com), History
“Women’s Associations in the Civil War”
Adviser: Stephanie McCurry, History
Shabnam Elahi (firstname.lastname@example.org), Biology
“Risk Communication and Asbestos Exposure”
Adviser: Fran Barg, Medicine
Yessenia Gutierrez (email@example.com), Biology and Latino and Latin America Studies
“Becoming American: The Process of Belonging and Identity Formation in the Emerging Latin American Immigrant Community in Philadelphia”
Adviser: Emilio Parrado, Sociology
Julia Kelsoe (firstname.lastname@example.org), History
“The Court of the Star Chamber”
Adviser: Margo Todd, History
Amanda Mauri (email@example.com), Health and Societies
“The Consequences of a Constitutional Right to Health”
Adviser: Arnold Rosoff, Wharton
Urja Mittal (firstname.lastname@example.org), Wharton
“Public Opinion and Political Accountability”
Adviser: Marc Meredith, Political Science
Sindhu Nandhakumar (email@example.com), Political Science
“The Lessons Learned and Reconciliation Committee in Sri Lanka and the Promotion of Democracy”
Adviser: Eileen Doherty-Sil, Political Science
Mauricio Novelo (firstname.lastname@example.org), Comparative Literature and English
“Latin American Indigenes and Representations of Citizenship in a Globalized World”
Adviser: Rachel Ellis Neyra, English, email@example.com.
Elie Peltz (firstname.lastname@example.org), Psychology
“Civil Society Peacebuilding in Israel-Palestine and Northern Ireland”
Adviser: Ian Lustick, Political Science
Shawn Teo (email@example.com), Political Science
“The Development of National Identity in Singapore”
Adviser: Frederick Dickinson, History
PAST UNDERGRADUATE GRANT RECIPIENTS
Humna Bhojani, Political Science, firstname.lastname@example.org
"Arabs in East Jerusalem"
Adviser: Ian Lustick, Political Science
Robert Franco, History, email@example.com
"El Parasio de Las Mujeres: Women's Suffrage in Ecuador, 1895-1929"
Adviser: Ann Farnsworth-Alvear, History
Stephen Fritz, History, firstname.lastname@example.org
"The South Carolina Progressive Democratic Party, 1944-1948."
Adviser: Thomas Sugrue, History
Naomi Fujiki, History, email@example.com
"Human Rights Watch and the Helsinki Final Act: The Role of An American Human Rights Nongovernmental Organization At the End of the Cold War "
Adviser: Vanessa Ogle, History
Michael Gutierrez, Hispanic Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org
"Democratic Spaces in Cuban Hip-Hop"
Adviser: Rachel Ellis Neyra, Romance Languages
Ting Cho Lau, Political Science, email@example.com
"Derek Parfit, Moral Theory, and Political Communities."
Adviser: Jeffrey Green, Political Science
Jun Youb Lee, History, firstname.lastname@example.org
"The Great Peace March of 1986"
Adviser: Walter Licht, History
Lee Marcus, Health and Societies, email@example.com
"Social Position and Citizenship Identities Among Middle School Adolescents in a Higher Education Partnership After-School Program."
Adviser: Xu Lan, Graduate School of Education
Laurel Ma, History/African Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org
"National Identity Construction in the Zimbabwean Crisis"
Adviser: Lee Cassanelli, email@example.com
Kristin Zuhone, Political Science, firstname.lastname@example.org
"Rioting in the Banlieues and Questions of Citizenship in France"
Adviser: Brendan O'Leary, Political Science
Meghna Chandra, Political Science, email@example.com
"NGOs and Conceptions of Citizenship in Bogota, Columbia and La Paz, Bolivia"
Adviser: Prof. Tulia Falleti, Political Science
Adam Croom, Philosophy/Linguistics, firstname.lastname@example.org
“Game Theoretic Pragmatics and the Socio-Politics of Face”
Adviser: Prof. Robin Clark, Linguistics
John Gee, History, email@example.com
“An Intellectual Biography of Rawls’ Theory of Justice”
Adviser: Prof. Warren Breckman, History
Melissa Goodman, Political Science, firstname.lastname@example.org
“Humanitarian Law and Foreign Policy in the Afghanistan War”
Adviser: Prof. Jessica Stanton, Political Science
Meghan Hussey, International Relations, email@example.com
“Criminals of Political Prisoners? The Management of the 1980-1981 Hunger Strikes in Northern Ireland by the Governments of the UK an Ireland”
Adviser: Prof. Brendan O’Leary, Political Science
Emily Kern, History (Diplomatic), firstname.lastname@example.org
“GI Jupp: German-American Identity and Citizenship in World War II”
Adviser: Prof. Arthur Waldron , History
Galileu Kim, Political Science and Economics, email@example.com
“The Paris Club: Politics and the Impacts of Debt Restructuring in Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico”
Adviser: Prof. Tom Callaghy, Political Science
Quratul-Ann Malik, Political Science, firstname.lastname@example.org
“Does Pakistan Have a Tipping Point? An Agent-Based Modeling Analysis”
Adviser: Prof. Ian Lustick, Political Science
Michael Morse, Political Science, email@example.com
“Political Impacts of Felon Disfranchisement”
Adviser: Prof. Marc Meredith, Political Science
Zachary Propert, Comparative Literature, firstname.lastname@example.org
“The Media War and Political Discourse in Mali”
Adviser: Prof. Lydie Moudileno, Romance Language
Adam Saltzman, Philosophy, email@example.com
“When Is Terrorism Justified?”
Adviser: Prof. Kok-chor Tan, Philosophy
Sarabeth Zielonka, Russian Languages and Literature, firstname.lastname@example.org
“The Sinyavsky-Daniel Trial and the Origins of Soviet Legalism”
Adviser: Prof. Benjamin Nathans, History
Eitan Adler, International Relations, email@example.com
“Identity and tensions surrounding the accidental non-Jewish Russian population in Israel”
Project Adviser: Prof. Ian Lustick, Political Science
Stephen Childs, History, StephenCChilds@yahoo.com
“Averting Crisis: The Washington Peace Conference of 1861 – Its Failure, and the Quandary of the Border-States”
Project Adviser: Prof. Stephanie McCurry, History
Rose Espinola, Latin American Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org
“A Neo-Movimiento?: Youth-farmworker solidarity among Latino activists”
Project Adviser: Prof. Ann Farnsworth-Alvear, History
Clare Foran, History, email@example.com
"The Construction of Memory in Postwar France: An Analysis of Antigone by Jean Anouilh
and Les Mouches by Jean Paul Sartre"
Project Adviser: Prof. Warren Breckman, History
Mary Ann (Molly) Mitchell, MahMitchell@gmailcom
“Nigerian Videofilm as a Means for Democratic Interventions”
Project Adviser: Prof. John Jackson, Anthropology
Sasha Riser-Kositsky, Political Science, firstname.lastname@example.org
“Are Smaller States 'Better' States? Development and Governance in Jharkhand and Uttarkhand”
Project Adviser: Prof. Devesh Kapur, Political Science
W. Collin Schenk, Health and Society, email@example.com
“Voices from Kolkata: The Politics of Health in the Slums”
Project Adviser: Prof. David Barnes, Health and Society
Vikram Vish, Wharton, firstname.lastname@example.org
“The Impact of Universities in Strengthening Citizenship and Democratic Competencies Among Undergraduate Students”
Project Adviser: Prof. Henry Teune, Political Science
Alec Webley, Political Science, email@example.com
“The More Things Get Edited, The More They Stay the Same: Wikipedia and the Limits of Deliberative Democracy”
Project Adviser: Prof. Jeffrey Green, Political Science
Eric Augenbraun, History, "Tuskegee in Philadelphia: The Ideological and Institutional Foundations of Leon Sullivan's Opportunities Industrialization Centers."
Project Adviser: Professor Thomas Sugrue (History)
Adrienne Benson, Political Science, "Deliberative Theory and Democratic Reality: What the 2008 Presidential Nominating Caucuses Mean for Deliberative Democracy."
Project Adviser: Professor Jeffrey Green (Political Science)
Boyan Gerasimov, International Relations, "Why Do Bulgarians and Romanians Trust the European Commission More than Their Own National Governments?"
Project Adviser: Professor Mark Pollack (Liberal Arts, Temple University)
George Karandinos, Health and Societies, "The Impact and Reproduction of Violence in North Philadelphia."
Project Adviser: Professor Philippe Bourgois (Anthropology)
Andrew Kincaid, History & Hispanic Studies, "Atlantic Piracy and the Rise of the Modern Age."
Project Adviser: Professor Ronald Granieri (History)
Elise Miller, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, "Resilience in Rwanda: Exploring Post-Traumatic Well-being and its Implications for Democratic Development."
Project Advisers: Eranda Jayawickremeand Professor Martin Seligman (Psychology)
Mario Peia, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and Psychology, "Businesses as Citizens: A Framework for Rights and Responsibilities in a Global Marketplace."
Project Adviser: Professor Tara J. Radin (Wharton)
Aro Velmet, History, "Remembering the Lost Decades: Identity Creation in Baltic Museums of Occupation."
Project Adviser: Richard Leventhal (Anthropology)
Athanasia Vgontzas, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, "Health Inequalities among Rural and Urban Roman In Greece."
Project Adviser: Professor Adriana Petryna (Anthropology)
Chloe Wayne, Finance and Africana Studies, " The Politics of Standard Deviation: Assembling Race, Ownership, and Citizenship from the Ruins of Property Crises."
Project Adviser: Professor Andrew Lamas (Urban Studies)
Adam Bartolanzo, Political Science, "Faith-Based Initiatives in Philadelphia"
Barbara Coons, History and Biology, "The Potential for Violence in 1990s Eastern Europe:
Why Did Translyvania Simmer While Kosovo Boiled?"
Ani Gevorkian, International Relations, "Failures of Democratization in Armenia"
Neel Lalchandani, Political Science, "Afro-Centric Curricula and Citizenship in Philadelphia Schools"
Carlos Martinez-Ruiz, Cultural Anthropology, "The Welfare State in Crisis: Citizenship and National Political
Identity in the Mortgage Foreclosure Debacle"
Rahul Reddy, Political Science and Economics, "India's 'Sons of the Soil' Movements and Intra-State Borders"
David Reinecke and Philip Rocco, Science, Technology and Society and Political Science,
"Re-envisioning the Pan-European Polity: The Eurovision Song
Contest and Techniques of Representation"
Priya Shankar, Political Science and South Asian Studies, "Assuring Citizens Their Right to Food in India"
Sandra Zhao, History, "Modes of Empowerment: Literacy and Democracy in India"