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...

Chris Herring (2018-2019)

Chris Herring is a 2018-2019 CES fellow who is a doctoral candidate of Sociology at the University of California Berkeley, where he’s affiliated with the Global Metropolitan Studies Program and Center for Ethnographic Research and teaches undergraduate and...

Ayca Zayim (2016-2017)

Ayca Zayim completed her dissertation at University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2018. It was entitled, “How Financial Power Really Works: Central Banks and Global Finance in South Africa and Turkey.” Since 2018, Ayca has been an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Mount...

Brian Callaci (2017-2018)

Brian Callaci completed his dissertation at University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2019. It was entitled, “The Historical and Legal Creation of a Fissured Workplace: The Case of Franchising.” Since 2019, Brian has been a postdoctoral scholar at the Data and Society...

Michael Aguirre (2017-2018)

Michael D. Aguirre is a postdoctoral fellow with the Inequality in America Initiative at Harvard University. In Fall 2021, he will be an assistant professor of Mexican American and Borderlands History in the Department of History at the University of Nevada, Reno....

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