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Kellogg Institute Visitors - 2016-2017

Visiting Fellows

Katherine Corcoran

Katherine Corcoran
Hewlett Fellow for Public Policy
Correspondent – Mexico and Central America
Associated Press
"En la Boca del Lobo (In the Lion's Den): Press Freedom in Mexico"
kathycorc@yahoo.com
Spring semester

Henrique Carlos de Castro de Oliveira

Henrique Carlos de Oliveira de Castro
Brazilian Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Democracy and Human Development
Department of Economy and International Relations, Political Science Graduate Program
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
“Human Development and Democracy:  A Political Culture Approach”
henrique@ufrgs.br
Fall semester

Hernán Flom

Hernán Flom
Department of Political Science
University of California, Berkeley
“The Politics of Organized Crime Regulation in Latin America”
hernanflom@berkeley.edu
Academic year

Lauren Honig

Lauren Honig
Department of Government
Cornell University
“Land, State-Building, and Political Authority in Africa”
leh76@cornell.edu
Academic year

 

Stuart Kirsch
Department of Anthropology
University of Michigan
“The Politics of Engaged Research:  Anthropology Beyond the Text”
skirsch@umich.edu
Fall semester

Tina Lee

Tina Lee
Department of Sociology
Princeton University
“Enfranchising Private Entrepreneurs:  The Unintended Consequences of Party Building among China’s Industrialists”
chinglee@princeton.edu
Academic year

Amy Erica Smith

Amy Erica Smith
Department of Political Science
Iowa State University
“The Culture Wars in Another America:  Evangelicals, Catholics, and Brazilian Democracy”
aesmith2@iastate.edu
Academic year

Margaret Triyana

Margaret Triyana
Department of Economics
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
“Components of Health Investments in Developing Countries: Evidence from Indonesia and the Philippines”
mtriyana@gmail.com
Academic year

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