Sonia Grant (2019-2020)

Sonia Grant completed a PhD in Anthropology at the University of Chicago in 2021. Sonia’s dissertation and current book project, “Patchwork: Land, Law, and Extraction in the Greater Chaco,” is an ethnography of controversial oil and gas extraction in...

Daanika Gordon (2017-2018)

Daanika Gordon completed her dissertation at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2018. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Tufts University, with a secondary appointment in the Department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora. Daanika’s...

C.N.E. Corbin (2019-2020)

Dr. C.N.E. Corbin studies the relationships between society and nature within the built environment by investigating the concept of the green city within the United States. As an environmentalist and a political ecologist her work focuses on public green spaces and...

Joss Greene (2019-2020)

Joss Greene is completing his dissertation in Sociology at Columbia University.  It is entitled, “Gender Bound: Prisons and the Emergence of Modern Gender” and theorizes the relationship between race, gender, and punishment by examining the existence and...

Madeleine Pape (2018-2019)

Madeleine Pape is a 2018-2019 CES Fellow who completed her PhD in Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in August, 2019. Her dissertation, entitled “Inclusion and Exclusion: Institutional Reproductions of Sex and Gender,” examined how...

Idit Fast (2018-2019)

Idit Fast completed her dissertation at Rutgers University in 2019. She is currently an assistant professor at the department of education at Ben Gurion University, Israel. Her research looks at processes of educational policy implementation and their outcomes, and...

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