Funded by the MIT-Japan International Studies Fund
Paige Bollen, Political Science, "Legibillity from Below: Language, Visibility, and Ethnic Politics in Africa"
Matthew Cancian, Political Science, "The Best of Frenemies: Unification of Rival Forces in Iraqi Kurdistan"
Ahn Chaewon, DUSP, "Manufacturing Social Capital"
Nadia Christidi, Science, Technology and Society, "Cities and the Future of Water: Dubai, Los Angeles and Cape Town"
Jungwoo Chun, DUSP, "Institutional Innovation, Change Agents and the Electrification of Personal Transportation: Case Studies of Norway, Denmark and Iceland"
Aleksandra Durova, DUSP, "Climate Change, Urban Change, and Urban Sustainability in the Arctic"
Jason Kwon, Political Science, "How Latent Nuclear Powers have Generated Security in a Nuclear Age"
Aidan Milliff, Political Science, "Making Sense and Making Do: Appraisals, Beliefs, and Decision-Making During Violence"
John Minnich, Political Science, "The International Politics of Veiled Protectionism"
Gabriel Nahmias, Political Science, "Soft Skills and Hard Work"
Elizabeth Parker-Magyar, Political Science, "Rumors and Rebuttals: Public discourse and State Media in Jordan's Coronavirus Outbreak"
Sara Plana, Political Science, "Coercive Cooperation: Explaining Reliability of State-Sponsored Armed Groups"
Sara Plana was awarded the first annual Guillemin Prize
Apekshya Prasai, Political Science, "Women's Participation in Militant Organization"
Blair Read, Political Science, "When Voice Leads to Exit: Politics of Education in Developing Democracies"
Alex Reiss Sorokin, HASTS, "Access to Law: Librarians and Lawyers in Pursuit of Legal Cases"
Michelle Spektor, HASTS, "From Documents to Data: The Emergence of National Biometric Identification Systems"
Andrew Stokols, DUSP, "Beyond the Zone: Port-Cities and Urban Innovation along China's One Belt One Road"
Joonas Tuhkuri, Economics, "Technological Change and the Future of Work: Evidence from Europe"
Marsin Alshamary, “Prophet and Priests: Religious Leaders and Anti-Government Protest in Iraq”
Jungwoo Chun, “Institutional Innovation, Change Agents and the Electrification of Personal Transportation”
Isadora Araujo Cruxen, “Public-Private Partnerships and the Politics of Private Investment in Urban Water and Sanitation in Latin America”
Silvia Danielak, “Infrastructural violence: Urban Conflict in the Aftermath of Natural Disaster in Al-Hoceima, Morocco”
Aria Ritz Finkelstein, “Negotiating High Seas Biodiversity”
Yonah Freemark, “Shaping Metropolitan Mobility”
Allan Hsiao, “Deforestation and the Palm Oil Industry in Indonesia”
Nicholas Intscher, “Strength in Numbers: The Political Determinants of MNCs Supply Chain Linkages”
Jia-Hui Lee, “Rodent Technologies, Peacekeeping, and International Development”
Nina McMurray, “From Recognition to Representation: Indigenous Institutions and Democratic Citizenship”
Aidan Milliff, “Making Sense and Making Do: Civilian Decision Making during the 1947 Partition”
Juan Mateo Montenegro Zarama, “Promises and Pitfalls of Bottom-Up Monitoring: Evidence From a Facebook Campaign To Monitor Elections”
Rachel Esplin Odell, “The Contest for the Free Sea: China’s Contestation of International Maritime Law in Comparative Context”
Rida Qadri, “The Drivers of Disruption: How Bike-Taxi Drivers of Jakarta Help Sustain Ride-Hailing”
Gabrielle Robbins, “Producing Artemisinin: An Ethnography of Antimalarial Manufacture in Madagascar”
Michelle Spektor, “From Documents to Data: The Politics of National Biometric Identification Systems”
Guillermo Toral, “The Political Logics of Patronage: Politicians’ Uses of Public Employment and their Effectiveness”
Joonas Tuhkuri, “Children of Crisis: The Intergenerational Effects of Manufacturing Decline”
Andrea Beck, “The Politics of Solidarity”
Tugba Bozcaga, “The Social Bureaucrat: How Ethnic and Sectarian Cleavages Harm Local State Capacity in Turkey”
Allan Hsiao, “Building Healthcare Systems: Evidence from Indonesia”
Nicholas Intscher, “The Political Origins of FDI Spillovers”
Grace Kim, “The Work of Art in the Age of Its Technoscientific Restoration: Ethics of Recovery from U.S. and Italian Laboratories”
Tim McDonnell, “The Sources of US Nuclear Posture”
Andrew Miller, “The Information Game: Gangs, States, and the Fight for Authority”
Cullen Nutt, “The Causes of Covert Action”
Rachel Odell, “Compliance, Noncompliance, and Contestation: A Comparison of Three South American Countries’ Approaches to the International Maritime Regime”
Reid Pauly, “Coercive Assurance in Nuclear Nonproliferation”
Ignacio Puente, “Incubating Capitalism: Private Equity in Latin America”
Prassanna Raman, “Success Stories in Sanitation Policy Implementation: The Case of Trichy, India”
Dorothy Tang, “Exporting China’s Urban Experiments: Chinese Investment and Special Economic Zones in the Zambian Copperbelt”
Minh Trinh, “Authoritarian Solutions to Authoritarian Information Problems”
Rixt Woudstra, “Housing a Continent: Welfare, Race and Modern Architecture in British Sub-Saharan Africa (1945-1968)”
Ketian Zhang, “Calculating Bully -- Explaining Chinese Coercion”
Marsin Rahim Alshamary
Suzanne Harris Brandts
Faizan Jawed Siddiqi
Colleen Xi Qiu
Luisa Reis Castro
Rodrigo Rodrigues Adao
Daniel de Kadt
Emily Xi Lin
Noel Anderson, Political Science
Mark Bell, Political Science
Ashawari Chaudhuri, HASTS
Laura Chirot, Political Science
Eric Chu, DUSP
James Conran, Political Science
Mitchell Cook, DUSP
Kian Goh, DUSP
Brian Haggerty, Political Science
Zachary Lamb, DUSP
Renato Lima, Political Science
Burcu Mutlu, HASTS
Tom O'Grady, Political Science
Shira Shmu'ely, HASTS
Stephen Wittels, Political Science
Alec Worsnop, Political Science