2017-2018: National Science Foundation Grant, with Larry Dodd and Won-ho Park
- This grant was used to study democratization and democratic decline in Nicaragua
- 2017-2018: National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship
- 2008: Fulbright Fellowship, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
2006: National Science Foundation Grant, co-PI with Lawrence Dodd
- This grant was used to study the 2006 Nicaraguan election
- 1997-1998: Howard Foundation Fellowship, Brown University
1996: National Science Foundation Grant
- This was an individual award used to study the 1996 Nicaraguan election
- 1993: Fulbright Fellowship, Argentina
- Spring 1990: Faculty Fellowship, Kellogg Institute, University of Notre Dame
- Fall 1990: Visiting Fellowship, Cornell University
- 1985: Fulbright Fellowship, Costa Rica
Anderson Publishes her Book Titled The Democratization through Institutions
Apr 2, 2022
Former Visiting Fellow Leslie Anderson publishes the book The Democratization through Institutions.
Leslie Anderson Publishes Two Articles
Dec 20, 2021
Former Kellogg Visiting Fellow Leslie E. Anderson, Research Foundation Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida, had two papers published in 2021.
Update: Former Visiting Fellow Leslie Anderson
Sep 24, 2020
Leslie Anderson was a Kellogg Visiting Fellow in 1990. Since her time at Kellogg, she wrote The Political Ecology of the Modern Peasant: Calculation and Community (Johns Hopkins, 1994) which won the Best Book Award from the Transformational Politics Section, American Political Science Association.