Kellogg Institute Visitors - 2013-2014

Visiting Fellows

Adam Auerbach
Department of Political Science
University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Demanding Development: Democracy, Community Governance, and Public Goods Provision in India's Urban Slums"
Email:  aauerbach@wisc.edu
Academic Year

Tiffany Barnes
Department of Political Science
University of Kentucky
“Women’s Representation and the Impact of Institutional Incentives”
Email:  tiffanydbarnes@uky.edu
Fall

Laura Gomez-Mera
Department of Political Science
University of Miami
“Power, Morality, and Global Prohibition Regimes: International Cooperation in the Fight against Human Trafficking”
Email:  lgmera@miami.edu
Spring

Gabriela Ippolito-O’Donnell
Department of Political Science
Universidad Nacional de San Martín
Buenos Aires, Argentina
“Subnational Civil Society and the Quality of Democracy in Argentina”
Email:  ippolito.2@nd.edu
Calendar year 2013

Philippe LeMay-Boucher
Department of Economics
Heriot-Watt University
Edinburgh, UK
“How to Improve Malaria Prevention: Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial on the Impact of Information and Marketing Treatments on the Demand for Insecticide-Treated Bed Nets in Senegal”
Email:  pl71@hw.ac.uk
Fall

Mauro Magatti
Department of Sociology
Catholic University of the Sacred Heart
Milan, Italy
“Europe:  An Institution without a Society?”
Email:  mauro.magatti@unicatt.it
Fall (October 6 – November 12)

Richard Matland
Department of Political Science
Loyola University Chicago
“Social Capital and Trust in Russia:  Experimental Evidence Across Four Russian Regions”
Email:  rmatlan@luc.edu
Academic Year

Derek Peterson
Department of History
University of Michigan
"Uganda's History from the Margins"
drpeters@umich.edu
Spring

Andrea Simoncini
Department of Law
University of Florence
Florence, Italy
“Europe:  An Institution without a Society?”
Email:  andrea.simoncini@unifi.it
Fall (October 28 – December 3)

Jessica K. Taft
Department of Sociology
Davidson College
“Social Movements and the Meaning of Childhood: Intergenerational Collaboration in the Peruvian Working Children's Movement”
Email:  jetaft@davidson.edu
Spring

Alice Wiemers
Department of History
Otterbein University
"Help Them Help Us: Development, Authority, and Family in a Northern Ghanaian Town, 1942-2012"
Email:  awiemers@otterbein.edu
Academic Year

Joseph Wiltberger
Department of Anthropology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“Sueños Salvadoreños: Struggles to Build Other Futures in El Salvador's Migration Landscape”
Email: j.wilt@nd.edu
Academic Year

Past Visiting Fellows


Guest Scholars

Patricia Graf
Technical University of Cottbus, Germany
November 18, 2013 – April 1, 2014

Joseph Isanga
Ave Maria School of Law
Spring

Peter John Opio
Mendoza College of Business
University of Notre Dame
Academic Year

Past Guest Scholars