Woodrow Wilson Center Announces 2003-2004 Class of Fellows

Apr 24, 2003

WASHINGTON, D.C.---Lee H. Hamilton, president and director of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, has announced, on behalf of the Fellowship Committee of the Board of Trustees, the appointment of 21 fellows for the 2003-2004 academic year. The new fellows include scholars and practitioners from the United States, Argentina, China, Peru, and Sudan.

The 43rd class of fellows, who will spend an academic year in residence at the Center beginning September 2003, are listed here with the titles of the projects they will pursue.

Woodrow Wilson Center Fellows, 2003-2004

Aggarwal, Vinod. Professor and Director, Department of Political Science and BASC, University of California, Berkeley. "The U.S. and the Future of the International Trading System."

Cueto, Marcos. Professor, School of Public Health, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Peru. "Global Bodies: Malaria, International Health and Latin America."

Dodd, Lawrence. Manning J. Dauer Eminent Scholar in Political Science, Department of Political Science, University of Florida, Gainesville. "Re-Envisioning Congress: Theoretical Perspectives on Congressional Change."

Fasolt, Constantin. Professor, Department of History, University of Chicago. "States of Shock: Liberty and Fear of Barbarism in European History."

Gavins, Raymond. Professor, Department of History, Duke University. "The Meaning of Freedom: Black North Carolina in the Age of Jim Crow, 1880-1965."

Goldman, Emily. Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of California, Davis. "Military Transformation under Uncertainty: Will the RMA Preserve American Preeminence?"

Gorenburg, Dmitry. Director of Russian and East European Programs, The CNA Corporation. "Soviet and Post-Soviet Nationalities Policy and Assimilation, 1953-2002."

Gutierrez, David. Associate Professor, Department of History, University of California, San Diego. "Ethnic Minorities and the 'Nation': The Debate over Citizenship in the Twentieth Century."

Harris, Fredrick. Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Director, Center for the Study of African American Politics, University of Rochester. "Reconstructing the Past: The Role of Collective Memory in African-American Political Life."

Jok, Jok. Assistant Professor, Department of History, Loyola Marymount University. "Mediators, Military Men and the Marginalized: Sudan=s Prolonged War and the Search for a Participatory Settlement."

Jones-Correa, Michael. Associate Professor, Department of Government, Cornell University. "Reshaping the American Dream: Immigrants, Minorities and the Politics of the New Suburbs."

Koslowski, Rey. Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Rutgers University, Newark. "International Migration, Border Control and Homeland Security in the Information Age."

Lampe, John. Chair and Professor, Department of History, University of Maryland, College Park. "Balkans into Southeastern Europe: A Century of War and Transition."

Lee, Ching Kwan. Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Michigan. "Legitimacy, Law and Labor: The Remaking of the State and Industrial Labor in Post-Socialist China."

Peruzzotti, Carlos. Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Torcuato Di Tella University, Argentina. "Enforcing the Rule of Law, Challenging Corruption: The Politics of Societal Accountability in Latin America."

Pinderhughes, Dianne. Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. "The Evolution of Civil Rights Organizations in the Twentieth Century: African American Politics and the Voting Rights Act."

Pitcher, M. Anne. Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Colgate University. "The Political Economy of Neoliberal Reform: A Comparative Study of Four African Countries."

Sainsbury, Diane. Lars Hierta Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University. "Welfare States, Immigration and Citizenship: The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion."

Stanton-Salazar, Ricardo. Associate Professor, Rossier School of Education and Department of Sociology, University of Southern California. "A Social Capital Framework for Assessing Youth Intervention Programs Operating in Community-based Sites in Low-resource Urban Communities."

Yang, Guobin. Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Hawaii, Manoa. "Information Technology, Environmental NGOs, and Grassroots Democracy in China."

Young, Nancy. Associate Professor, Department of History, McKendree College. "The Politics of War: Congress, World War II and the Modernization of American Governance."