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Current Faculty Research

Research by Kellogg faculty fellows is at the top of the list for Institute funding. We also support an array of international studies initiatives led by Kellogg fellows or Notre Dame faculty more generally, including working groups, conferences and events, faculty-led student travel, and new course development.

Academic Year 2015–2016

Funding for Research and Its Dissemination

Faculty Fellow Simeon Alder, Assistant Professor of Economics
A Tale of Two C(…)s: Competence and Complementarity” (Research presentation, Society for Economic Dynamics (SED) Annual Meeting, Toulouse, France)

Faculty Fellow Simeon Alder, Assistant Professor of Economics
Competitive Pressure and the Decline of the Rust Belt: A Macroeconomic Analysis (Research presentation, Dynamics, Economic Growth, and International Trade-DEGIT XX Conference, Geneva, Switzerland)

Faculty Fellow Wyatt Brooks, Assistant Professor of Economics
Faculty Fellow Kevin Donovan, Assistant Professor of Economics
Faculty Fellow Terence Johnson, Assistant Professor of Economics
Mentoring Business Owners in Uganda: Who Benefits from What?

Faculty Fellow Mariana Candido, Associate Professor of History
“Women and Wealth in West Central Africa”

Faculty Fellow Peter J. Casarella, Associate Professor of Theology
Archbishop Marcos McGrath: The ‘Theology and Life’ of a Man from the North in the South

Faculty Fellow Rev. Robert A. Dowd, CSC, Associate Professor of Political Science
Religious Leaders as Political Activists in African Elections: A Pilot Project on the 2016 Zambian National Election

Faculty Fellow Karen B. Graubart, Associate Professor of History
“Santiago del Cercado: An Urban Reducción

Faculty Fellow Semion Lyandres, Professor of History
The February Days, 1917: The Politics of Russia’s Failed Democratic Revolution

Faculty Fellow Rev. Sean D. McGraw, CSC, Assistant Professor of Political Science
The Notre Dame Irish Parliamentary Survey

Faculty Fellow Paul Ocobock, Assistant Professor of History
Kenyan Coffee: History of a Cash Crop, Colonial Development, and Global Capitalism

Faculty Fellow Vania Smith-Oka, Associate Professor of Anthropology
Mentoring Medicine: Learning to be a Doctor in Mexican Obstetrics Wards

Faculty Fellow María Rosa Olivera-Williams, Professor of Latin American Literature
Estudios de la memoria y teatro: qué y cómo se recuerda sobre el escenario” [Memory Studies and Theater: What and How
Memory Performs on the Stage] (Research presentation, 2016 Latin American Studies Association Conference (LASA), New York City)

Research Conferences, Events, and Symposia

Faculty Fellow Jaimie Bleck, Assistant Professor of Political Science
Book Workshop: “Electoral Politics in Africa: Change and Continuity

Faculty Fellow Mariana Candido, Associate Professor of History
International Workshop: “Atlantic Encounters and Female Initiatives: Women in Coastal West and West Central Africa, 1500–1880

Faculty Fellow Michael J. Coppedge, Professor of Political Science
International Conference: “Varieties of Democracy

Faculty Fellow Karrie Koesel, Associate Professor of Political Science
International Conference: “Citizens & the State in Authoritarian Regimes: Comparing Mass Politics & Policy in Russia & China

Faculty Fellow Scott P. Mainwaring, Eugene P. and Helen Conley Professor of Political Science
Book Workshop: “Latin American Party Systems: Institutionalization, Erosion, and Collapse

Faculty Fellow Jaime M. Pensado, Carl E. Koch Associate Professor of History
Research Conference: “Confronting Mexico’s Dirty War: Youth Radicalism(s), Repression, and Accountability during the Global Sixties

Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo, Associate Professor of Political Science
International Conference: “Transitional Justice and the Development of a Democratic Rule of Law

International Educational Opportunity

Faculty Fellow Viva Bartkus, Associate Professor of Management
Business on the Frontlines

Faculty Fellow Peter J. Casarella, Associate Professor of Theology
Cuba Course: Between God and The Party

Faculty Fellow Tracy L. Kijewski-Correa, Leo E. and Patti Ruth Linbeck Associate Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
NDSEED - Evaluation and Enhancement of Developing a Mutually Beneficial and Enduring Partnership with an In-country Presence: A Case Study for Rural Footbridge Construction in Nicaragua

Faculty Fellow Sara Sievers, Associate Dean for Policy and Practice, Keough School of Global Affairs
MIDS students to travel to Washington, DC by invitation of Africa Bureau of the U.S. Department of State

Course Development

Faculty Fellow Fr. Emmanuel Katongole, Associate Professor of Theology
Reading Laudato Si’ from an African Context

Projects in the Arts

Faculty Fellow Gilberto Cárdenas, Professor of Sociology
Counter-Archives to the Narco-City

Kellogg Institute Working Groups

Faculty Fellow Karen B. Graubart, Associate Professor of History
Faculty Fellow Ted Beatty, Professor of History
Faculty Fellow Jaime M. Pensado, Carl E. Koch Associate Professor of History
Latin American History Working Group” (renewal)

Faculty Fellow Paul Ocobock, Assistant Professor of History
Faculty Fellow Mariana Candido, Associate Professor of History
 “Africa Working Group” (renewal)

Faculty Fellow Jaime M. Pensado, Carl E. Koch Associate Professor of History
Faculty Fellow Vania Smith-Oka, Associate Professor of Anthropology
Mexico Working Group” (renewal)

Faculty Fellow Michael J. Coppedge, Professor of Political Science
Democracy Working Group
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