FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program Name

Bender, Matthew Bergstrom, Kari Lynn Berndt, Jeremy Bourdon, Natalie Carotenuto, Matthew Ece, Melis Gardener, Benjamin Goodman, Richard Hill, Joseph Keller, Candace

University

Discipline

Country

Language(s) Africa
Swahili

Topic
Managing the Giver of Abundance and Peace: Water Access on Kilimanjaro, 1934-1975 Foreign Aid and Gender in Niger: A Study of Local Interactions with Gender Policies in Transnational Aid Institutions Division, Change, and Islam in Rural Mali: A SocialIntellectual History of Gimbala, 1862-1930

Johns Hopkins U History

Tanzania

Michigan St U Anthropology Northwestern U History Michigan St U Anthropology Indiana U CUNY U C Berkeley Indiana U Yale U Indiana U History Anthropology Geography History Anthropology Art History Anthropology

Niger Mali Tanzania Kenya, Uganda, UK Senegal Tanzania Morocco Senegal Mali, France Ethiopia

Hausa, French Arabic, French, Fulfulde Swahili

Klein, Rebecca U Florida

Krehbiel, Sue LaPort, Laurie Luongo, Katherine Mains, Daniel Margaretten, Emily

Brown U Boston U U Michigan Emory U Yale U

Anthropology Anthropology History Anthropology Anthropology Anthropology Epidemiology

Tanzania Cape Verde Kenya Ethiopia South Africa South Africa Tanzania

Mathis, Sarah Emory U Norris, Alison Yale U

Law and Tanzanian Land Rights Movements Cultivating Transnational Ethnicity: The Luo Union in East Swahili, Dholuo Africa 1922-1980 French, Fulfulde, Conserving Nature & Transforming Tradition: The NiokoloBamanan Koba National Park, Senegal Producing Pastoral Power: Youth and the Cultural Politics Swahili of Education and Conservation in Tanzania Afro-Maghribi History: Identity and Community in Twentieth Century Morocco Arabic, French Divine Knowledge and Islamic Community: The Disciples French, Wolof of Baay Niass in Senegal Photography in Context: A Social, Political, and Cultural Bamanakan, French History of Individuals in Mali Beta Israel Life During the Gonder Era: An Archaeological English, Amharic Approach Gendered Perspectives on Marriage and Divorce: Localized Islam and Gender Relationships in Tanga, Swahili Tanzania Ethnic Identity and Migration: Implications for Cape Cape Verdean Kriolu Verdean Youth Today Conflicting Codes and Contested Justice: the State and Swahili Witchcraft in Kenya, 1917-1939 Amharic Desire and Opportunity Among Urban Youth in Ethiopia The Institutionalization of South African Street Children in English, Zulu Urban Street Shelters The Politics of Land: A Study of Power and Authority in Zulu Rural KwaZulu-Natal Calculating HIV Risk: Bittersweet Life on a Sugar Swahili Plantation in Northern Tanzania

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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program Name University Discipline
Linguistics Anthropology

Country
Ghana Mozambique

Language(s)
Twi, Dagbani Swahili

Topic
Linguistic Differences of Written and Spoken Communication: Evidence from Ghanaian Languages Ethnolinguistic Identity and the Dynamics of Regionalism on Mozambique's Northern Coast Organizing for Change: A Gendered Analysis of Social Agitation, Protest Participation, and Group Formation in Kenya, 1922-1963 Mexican Railway Workers' Identities and the Formation of Railway Communities, 1939-1959. Reproducing the Revolution: Prenatal Genetic Testing and Public Health in Cuba Socialist Nationalism in the Partido dos Trabalhadores: A Proposal for Ethnographic Study of Brazil's Worker's Party and Affiliated Popular Movements Comparing Eugenics in Cuba and the U.S., 1933-1959 Structure and Change in Piratapuya Language and Culture Madness and Modernity: Crafting Psychiatry in 19th Century Mexico Money, Music and the Morality of Magic in Afro-Bahian Religions Acquisition of Environmental Knowledge by NonIndigenous Peoples: The Case of Amazonian Colonists

Purvis, Tristan Indiana U Skjon, Erik WilliamsBlack, Joy U Chicago

U Illinois

History

Kenya, UK

Swahili, English

Western Hemisphere
Alegre, Robert Rutgers U Andaya, Elise New York U History Anthropology Mexico Cuba Spanish Spanish

Ansell, Aaron Arvey, Sarah Ball, Christopher Ballenger, Stephanie

U Chicago U Michigan U Chicago U C Berkeley

Anthropology History Linguistics History Anthropology Forestry and Environ Studies

Brazil Cuba Brazil Mexico Brazil

Portuguese Spanish Portuguese Spanish Portuguese

Brazeal, Brian U Chicago Campos, Marina

Yale U U North Carolina

Brazil

Portuguese

Cohen, Amy Cooper, Elizabeth Fogarty, Timothy Graham, Daniel Gutman, Lawrence

Anthropology

Argentina

Spanish

U Chicago U Florida U C Berkeley U Texas

History Anthropology Geography History

Cuba, Brazil Nicaragua Honduras Cuba

Making Public(s) Witness: Re-imagining Responsibility and Accountability in Present-day Argentina Rhythms of Freedom: Cultural Transformation and Popular Politics in Post-Emancipation Havana and Portuguese, Spanish Salvador, 1890-1940 Forging Alternative Practices of Development Lencas, Lempira, and the Left: dynamics of identity in western Honduras Recreation, Republicanism, and Havana's Middle Class, 1920-52

Spanish Spanish Spanish

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Hajovsky, Patrick

University
U Chicago

Discipline
Art History Urban and Regional Planning History

Country
Mexico, France, Spain

Language(s)
Spanish, Nahuatl

Topic
Montezuma's Fame: Claiming, Naming and Figuring the Aztec Past in Colonial Mexico A Case Study of the Guarani People in Educational and Municipal Development Planning within the context of Decentralization in the Municipality of Camiri, Bolivia Celebration and Punishment: Race, Class, Gender and Deviance in Brazilian Samba, 1916-1964 The Economic History of Highland Guatemala Maya Textiles: Lost Opportunities and Colonial Legacies, 17801840 Healing Systems: A social psychological approach to the impact of violence in post-conflict Guatemala Investigating Prehistoric Ceramic Production at Conchopata, Peru Of Bricks and Blood: Vernacular Spatial Practice and Social Relations in the City of La Paz, Bolivia When the Political is Personal. Women, Power and Politics in Chile Migration and Ecological Transformation: The Impact of rapid social change on natural resource management in rural sending communities, Puebla, Mexico Claiming a Nation: Carnival and Ethnicity in Brazil Street Vendors and Street Children in Sao Paulo: An Ehnographic Study of Urban Life in Contemporary Brazil Researching Present Futures: Neoliberalism, Laboratory Science, and Citizenship in Bolivia Medical Practitioners in Early Colonial Mexico: The Influence of Mediterranean Scientific Traditions on Medicine in New Spain Leadership, Authority, and Reported Speech Among the Nantis, an Indigenous People of the Peruvian Amazon Quilombos, Capital and Missiles in the Struggle for the Alcantara Launch Center Reconciliation Without Refuge: The Cultural Politics of Childhood in Post-War Guatemala

Heaton, Lisa Hertzman, Marc Judge, Heather Kantowitz, Riva Ketteman, William Kohn, Alison Kramer, Alejandra

U Wisconsin U Wisconsin Texas Christian U Columbia U SUNY Binghamton U Chicago U C Santa Cruz

Bolivia Brazil

Spanish Portuguese

History

Guatemala

Spanish Spanish Spanish Spanish Spanish

Social & Org Psychology Guatemala Anthropology Anthropology Anthropology Peru Bolivia Chile

Lee, Alison

U C Riverside Anthropology History

Mexico Brazil

Spanish Portuguese

Lynch, Deirdre Emory U

Mahiri, Jelani McGurn, Katherine

U C Berkeley U Chicago

Anthropology Anthropology

Brazil Bolivia

Portuguese Spanish

Memarzadeh, Maher UCLA

History

Mexico, Spain

Spanish

Michael, Lev

U Texas

Anthropology Anthropology Anthropology

Peru Brazil Guatemala, Netherlands

Nanti, Spanish Portuguese Spanish

Mitchell, Sean U Chicago Olson, Krisjon U C Berkeley

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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program Name
Pezzola, Anthony

University

Discipline

Country
Argentina, Brazil

Language(s)

Topic

U Washington Political Science

Pite, Rebekah U Michigan Pollack, Aaron Clark U Reames, Benjamin Columbia U Redwing, Chad

History Geography Political Science

Argentina Guatemala Brazil

U Chicago

Culture

Chile

Ristow, Colby U Chicago Ross, Paul Routon, Kenneth Salisbury, David Scott, Patrick U Chicago Southern Illinois U U Texas U Chicago

History History Anthropology Geography Anthropology Ethnomusicology Government Anthropology Geography

Mexico Mexico Cuba Brazil, Peru Peru Brazil Brazil Peru Brazil

Sharp, Daniel U Texas Taylor, Matthew Georgetown U U C Santa Toohey, Jason Barbara Vadjunec, Jacqueline Clark U Vernieri, Jessica Walker, Tamara

The Subnational Politics of Free Trade: Mercosur and Spanish, Portuguese local interests Through the Kitchen Window: Dona Perona and the Gendered Transformation of the Argentine Domestic Spanish Realm, 1928-1983 Linking Towns and Making Places: The 1820 Anti-Tribute Spanish Rebellion in Totonicapan, Guatemala Policy Innovations in Federal Democracies: Public Security Portuguese Reform in Brazil and the U.S. Dictatorial Violence, the Body Politic and the Politics of the Body: Remembering Pinochet in Chilean Literature, Spanish Cinema and Public Space Incorporating "The Popular" on Mexico's Periphery: State and Community Formation ans the Rise of Class Politics in Spanish Juchitan, Oaxaca, 1910-1935 The Consejo Superior de Salubridad and the Spanish Transformation of Public Health in Mexico, 1840-1917 Afro-Cuban Healing Networks and Interpersonal Relation in Cuba Spanish Border Dynamics, Adaptive Strategies, and Land-use in the Portuguese, Spanish Western Amazon Value and Ceramics in the late Moche Jequetepeque Spanish Valley, Peru The Impact of Folkloric Tourism on the Traditional Musical Brazilian Protuguese Style Coco in Pernambuco, Brazil Portuguese Spanish Portuguese The Judiciary and Devlopment Policy in Brazil Provincial Responses to Middle Horizon Wari Imperial Incursion in the Northern Highlands of Peru Land-Use/Cover-Change in the Extractive Reserve System, Acre, Brazil: Do Institutions Matter? The Poorest, the Purists, and the Tourists: Digital Communication initiatives in local responses to ecotourism in Akumal, Mexico Slaves in Citizens' Clothing: Consuming Property in Lima, 1725-1854

Michigan State U Ecotourism U Michigan History

Mexico Peru

Spanish Spanish

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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program Name University Discipline Country Language(s) Topic
Potters and Prestige in the Early Middle Horizon: Craft Specialization during the Emergence of the Huari Empire as Seen from Conchopata, Ayacucho, Peru Homosexuality in Bolivia: The Dilemma of Sexual Identity in the Age of AIDS Russian Guitar Poetry: A Social History and Musical Ethnography A Cultural History of the Russian Revolution of 1905 Language and Social Groups: a post-Soviet "Kazakhness" in Aitus Poetry Famine in the Soviet Countryside, 1946-1947 Citizen Youth: University Reform and the Making of Serbia's Future After the Party: Foreign and Domestic Influences on Human Rights Accountability in Post-Communist States Modernization and the Search for a Viable Polity in 19th Century Bosnia The Space of Changes: Space and Time in Russian Modernist Novel Velvet Czechs, Gentle Slovaks: Geography and Representation in the Revolution of 1989 Playing for the Tsar: A Social and Cultural History of Jewish Musicians in Late Imperial Russia Imagining the Caucasus in Russian Imperial Consciousness, 1801-1864 Russian and non-Russian Merchants in Southwestern Siberia: Long Distance and Local Networks on the Russian Frontier, 17-18th centuries Reassessing Oppositional Cinema in Poland in the 1950s Making Fun in the Soviet Circus, 1919-1991 Aiding the Transition? The Effects of the ICTY in BosniaHerzegovina

Wolff, Barbara Catholic U Wright, Timothy UCLA Daughtry, James du Qyenoy, Paul Dubuisson, Eva-Marie Ganson, Nicholas Greenberg, Jessica

Archaeology Anthropology

Peru Bolivia

Spanish Spanish, Quechua

Central Eastern Europe and Eurasia
UCLA Ethnomusicology Russia Russia, Finland Kazakhstan Russia, Ukraine Serbia Poland, Yugoslavia, Uzbekistan Bosnia and Herzegovina Russia Czech Republic, Slovak Republic Russia, Ukraine Russia, Georgia Russian Russian Russian, Kazakh Russian, Ukrainian Serbian Polish, Serbian, Russian, Uzbek Serbo-Croatian, Ottoman Turkish Russian Czech, Slovak, Hungarian Russian Russian, French, Azeri

Georgetown U History U Michigan U North Carolina U Chicago Anthropology History Anthropology

Grodsky, Brian U Michigan Hajdarpasic, Edin U Michigan Kosakowska, Elizabeth Columbia U

Political Science History Literature

Krapfl, James U C Berkeley History Loeffler, James Columbia U History Mamedov, Mikail Georgetown U History Monahan, Erika Nazarian, Elizabeth

Stanford U U Chicago

History Cinema History Political Science

Russia, Uzbekistan Russian, Persian Poland Russia Bosnia and Herzegovina Polish Russian Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian

Neirick, Miriam U C Berkeley Nettelfield, Lara Columbia U

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Pankenier, Sara Pauta, Sabina Raikhel, Eugene Reidinger, Melinda Reill, Dominique

University

Discipline

Country

Language(s)

Topic
Nonsense, Trans-Sense, and the Absurd: The Role of the "Child" in the Evolution of the Avant-Garde Aesthetic Caroling for Change: Reconsidering Romanian Colinde in Social and Political Contexts Everyday Drinking and the Management of Russia's "Alcohol Epidemic": An Ethnographic Study Czech Cottaging and the Constitution of Public and Private Spheres in Socialism and Post-Socialism From Bond to Border: The Transformation of the Northern Adriatic in the Nineteenth Century Syntax of Topics: An Empirical Approach to Minimalism The Sociolinguistic Landscape After the Collapse of Communism: Shifting Formalities in Hungarian Urban Discourse Student Politics and Soviet Power, 1947-1965 Biopolitics and German Imperialism: Colonial Fantasies and Medieval Discourses in the Prussian-Polish Provinces, 1880-1914 The Feminization of Poverty in Postsocialist Russia: How Single Mothers Strategize vis-à-vis marriage, Work and Welfare Timur Kibirov and Moscow Conceptualism: Artistic Reflections of Cultural Identity The Odyssey of Displacement: Experiencing Return and Social Reconstruction in Bosnia-Herzegovina Managing Health and Illness in Romania: Older Med and Women's Experiences with National Health Care Reform in Galati, southern Moldavia Living Together or Apart? Institutions and Inter-ethnic Relations in Bosnia

Stanford U U Michigan Princeton U U Virginia

Language and Literature Russia Ethnomusicology Anthropology Anthropology History Linguistics Romania Russia Czech Republic Croatia, Italy Russia

Russian Romanian Russian Czech Croatian, Italian Russian

Columbia U SUNY Stony Scott, Tatiana Brook

Solyom, Erika New York U Tromly, Benjamin Harvard U

Linguistics History

Hungary Russia

Hungarian Russian

Urena, Lenny Utrata, Jennifer Vernikov, David Wagner, Sarah

U Michigan

History

Poland, Germany

German, Polish

U C Berkeley U Wisconsin Harvard U

Sociology Literature Anthropology

Russia Russia Bosnia and Herzegovina

Russian Russian Serbo-Croatian

Weber, Gerad CUNY Whitt, Samuel Vanderbilt U Baskind, James Brown, Leon

Anthropology Political Science

Romania Bosnia and Herzegovina

Romanian Serbo-Croatian

East Asia
Yale U U Michigan Religion Political Science Japan Japan Japanese, Classical Ingen Ryuki and the Manpukuji: The Redefining of Chinese Japanese Zen State Power, People Power and the Politics of Disability in Japanese Japan
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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program Name University Discipline
Anthropology

Country
Japan

Language(s)
Japanese

Topic
Mobility, Gender and Rural Areas: Transfers in Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan Technologies of Convergence, Spaces of Memory: Transnational Japanese Film and Television and its Chinese Language Contexts

Connor, Blaine U Pittsburgh DeBoer, Stephanie U Southern California

Cinema

Japan, Hong Kong Japanese, Chinese

DeMare, Brian U C L A Esarey, Ashley Columbia U Ferchen, Matthew Cornell U Fisher, Gareth U Virginia Fruehan, Shana U Chicago Harvey, Carol Hsu, Danny Jackson, Jonathan Matsuzawa, Setsuko Obukhova, Elena Padilla, Roberto U Iowa UCLA UCLA

History Political Science Political Science Anthropology Anthropology Communications History Anthropology

China China China China Japan South Korea China China China China Japan Japan China Japan China Japan

Land Reform and Peasant Political Culture: The Dialectic Chinese (Mandarin) of Chinese Communist Discourse and Peasant Practice Centralization and Control of the Commercial Chinese Mandarin Chinese News Media Informality and Urban Governance: The Transformation of Chinese (Mandarin) Stae-Society Relations in Cntemporary China Chinese (Mandarin) Universal Rescue: Re-Making Post-Mao China A Bitter Pill: Medicine, Body, Gender,and Sexuality in Contemporary Japan Japanese Like Water from the Moon: A Study of Indonesian Migrant Indonesian Workers in South Korea Chinese Peasants and the State in Qing and Republican China Regulating the Ancestors: funeral reform and the dead in Mandarin Chinese China State Making or Civil Scoiety Making? The Role of Chinese, English Environmental Organizations in China Engineers and the Market: Economic reforms and the Mandarin transformation of work in China Japanese Japanese Mandarin Japanese Tibetan Japanese The Development of Military Medicine in the Meiji Period The Shingon Ritsu School and the Manjusri Cult in the Kamakura Period Zhongguancun: A Place for Science Prostitution as Labor in Postwar Japan The Social Life of Open Source Software in Tibet The Farthest Reaches of the Soul: Containing Chaos in Tamakiwaru, a Thirteenth Century Court Memoir

U C San Diego Sociology U Chicago Ohio St U Sociology History Religious Studies Anthropology History Anthropology Japanese

Quinter, David Stanford U U C Santa Rooker, Tyler Cruz Sanders, Holly Princeton U Walker, Christopher U Chicago Wheeler, Carolyn U C Berkeley

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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program Name University Discipline
Japanese Anthropology

Country
Japan China

Language(s)
Japanese Mandarin Chinese

Topic
Writing Against Homogenous Language: The Japanese Postmodern Novel and its Predecessors Gender, Community, and Ecology among the Altai Kazak: Grassland Politics in Post-Mao China Making US News in Jerusalem: An Ethnography of Journalistic Production So You Want to be in Pictures? Film, Film-making, and Mass Culture in Egypt Popularizing Early Egyptian Nationalism: Popular Culture, Vernacular Print Culture, and the Satirical Press, 18771919 The Ottoman Conquest of Aleppo, 1500-1600 Rethinking Camps: Palestinian Refugees in Yarmouk, Syria The Culture and Economy of Arabian Gulf Pearl Diving, 1873-1950 The Dubai Malls Complex: Architecture and the Construction of Culture Sanaa, Yemen: Tradition and Modernity in a World Heritage City Defending Children's Rights: UNICEF, NGOs, and Palestinian Refugee Children in Jordan Performing Palestine: Music and Nationalism Among Palestinians in Jordan Practicing Citizenship in the Margins of Yemeni Society Literature and Politics in Beirut: A Comparative Study of the Work of Mahmud Darwish, Ghaleb Halasa, and Elias Khoury Educating Egypt, 1863-1882 Humanist Mystics: Representations of Sainthood in Turkey Contagion in Al-Andalus: Muslim and Christian Encounters with the Black Death in the Western Mediterranean

Yamada, Marc U C Berkeley Zukosky, Michael Temple U Bishara, Amahl El-Shamaa, Magdy

Near East
New York U UCLA Anthropology History Israel Egypt Arabic Arabic

Fahmy, Ziad Fitzgerald, Timothy Gabian, Nell Hopper, Matthew

U Arizona Harvard U U C Berkeley UCLA

History History Anthropology History Anthropology Architectural History Anthropology Music Anthropology

Egypt, UK Syria Syria Oman, UAE, Bahrain, UK United Arab Emirates Yemen Jordan, UK Jordan Yemen

Arabic, English Arabic, Ottoman Turkish Arabic Arabic, English Arabic Arabic Arabic, English Arabic, English Arabic

Kanna, Ahmed Harvard U Lamprakos, Michele MIT Levine, Laure CUNY McDonald, David U Illinois Puetz, Nathalie Princeton U

Sacks, Jeffrey Columbia U Singleton, Patricia UCLA U C Santa Soileau, Mark Barbara

Literature History Religious Studies

Lebanon Egypt Turkey

Arabic Arabic, Ottoman Turkish Turkish Arabic, Latin, Spanish

Stearns, Justin Princeton U

Near Eastern Studies

Morocco, Spain

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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program Name University Discipline
Anthropology Comparative Literature

Country
Syria Syria

Language(s)
Arabic Arabic

Topic
(Re)Presentations of the Old City of Damascus The Legacy of Islamic Historiography in Early Modern Europe

Totah, Faedah U Texas Zadeh, Travis Harvard U Schreffler, Gibb U C Santa Barbara

South Asia
Ethnomusicology Asian Culture and Languages Anthropology History Religious Studies Art History Anthropology Asian Culture and Languages Music Sanskrit and Indian Studies Languages and Civilizations Anthropology Religious Studies Religion Religion India India Nepal India, UK Nepal, India India India India, UK India India India India India, Pakistan India, China India Punjabi Hindi Nepali Urdu Tibetan, Sanskrit, Chinese Hindi, Sanskrit Malayalam, English Tamil Hindi, Punjabi Hindi, Sanskrit Persian, Urdu Hindi Punjabi Tibetan (classical, colloquial) Sanskrit Sanskrit, Hindi Signs of Separation: Dhol as an Index of Punjabi Culture Refiguring the Feminine: Mapping the Social and Cultural Lives of Dalit Women in Their Own Words Cycles of Life: Reproduction, Women's Statuses, and Househld Structure in Nepal Vernacular Instruction in Princely India: Education in Hyderabad, 1883-1938 Mi-pham and the Contemporary Nying-ma Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism The Origin, Development, and Function of Early Rock-Cut Architecture in India The Production and Transformation of "scared groves" (kaavu) in colonial and postcolonial Kerala, India Obtaining Grace: Tracing the Origins of a Tamil Saivite Precept More than Bhangra: Popular Music of Punjab Merchants, Monks and Poets: Jain Literary Culture Secretary-Poets in Mughal India and the "Ethos of Persian" -- The Case of Chandar Bhan "Brahman" Flexible Belonging: Social Services and Community Ideology in Neo-liberal Delhi Religious Landscapes of early Historic period Punjab: An Archaeology of Religion in the Postmodern World Transformational Poetics: An Intellectual History of Khunu Rinpoche City in Symbol: Tracing the Tantric Mandala in Medieval Pilgrimage Literature on Varanasi

Brueck, Laura U Texas Brunson, Jan Dalta, Kavita Duckworth, Douglas Efurd, David Gajula, Goutam Harris, Anthony Brown U U C Berkeley U Virginia Ohio State U Columbia U U Texas

Hughes, Joyce New York U Keefe, Alexander Harvard U Kinra, Rajeev Kutty, Omar U Chicago

U Chicago U C Santa Michon, Daniel Barbara Pitkin, Annabella Columbia U Smith, Travis Brown, Stephen Columbia U

Southeast Asia
U Washington Anthropology Indonesia Indonesian, Javanese Streets and Children in Surabaya

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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program Name
Brownlee, John Davis, Erik Duong, Lan Phuong Esara, Pilapa Firpo, Christina Haberkorn, Tyrell Ho, Hieu Van Holmsen, Katherine

University
U Hawaii U Chicago U C Irvine Brown U UCLA Cornell U Temple U

Discipline
History Divinity Comparative Literature Anthropology History Anthropology History

Country
Indonesia, Netherlands Cambodia Vietnam Thailand Vietnam, France Thailand Vietnam

Language(s)
Indonesian, Javanese, Dutch Khmer, Pali Vietnamese Thai

Topic
Religion and Tradition in a Divided Kingdom: Islam and Its Representations in Central Java, 1755-1825 Representing the Dead: Buddhist Funerary and Memorial Ritual in Cambodia The Figure of Woman-As-Traitor and the Politics of Collaboration in the Literature/Films Our Place: Labor Migration Viewed from Inside a Bangkok Community

U Arizona

Anthropology

Indonesia Indonesia, Malaysia Vietnam

Lee, Doreen Meeker, Lauren

Cornell U Columbia U

Anthropology Anthropology

Men, Chean Payne, Richard

U Hawaii Yale U

Anthropology Anthropology

Cambodia Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia, Vanuatu Indonesia Cambodia Singapore, Indonesia

Renner, Mark U Washington Ethnomusicology Riehl, Anatasia Cornell U Rudnyckyi, Daromir U C Berkeley Siren, Tyrone Slater, Daniel U Wisconsin Emory U Linguistics Anthropology Anthropology Political Science

Vietnamese, French Understanding Race: Civil Rights in Colonial Saigon Interrogating the Spaces of Knowing: Challenges to the Thai Thai State Since October 1973 Village Histories: Social and Political Change in Rural Vietnamese Central Viet nam Talking With the Body: Health Status and Health Beliefs of Bahasa Indonesia, the Punan of the Belayan River, East Kalimantan, Bhasa Punan Indonesia Bahasa Indonesian, Bahasa Malaysian, The Politics of Representation: A Comparative Study of English the Reformist Movements in Indonesia and Malaysia Electronic Media and the Representation of Folk Culture in Vietnamese Vietnam The Paradox of Medicines: Powerful/Dangerous Pharmaceuticals Use in Everyday Health Practices in Khmer Cambodia Contested Conceptions of Civil Society and the Politics of Indonesian NGO Activism in East Kalimantan, Indonesia Toba Batak Gondang Music in the Context of the Parmalim Bahasa Indonesia Religion Indonesian, English/French Prenasalized Consonants in Austronesian Languages Anticipating Globalization: Identity, State Transformation and Neo-liberal Reform in Indonesia Indonesian Casino Cambodia: The Performance and Sanctioning of Khmer Gambling in a Post-conflict State Malaysian, Social Conflict and the Origins of Fiscal Power in Southeast Indonesian Asia

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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program Name
Tatu, Robin

University
U Hawaii

Discipline
History

Country
Indonesia, Australia

Language(s)

Topic

U Tucker, Robert Pennsylvania Whitington, Jerome U C Berkeley Wiley, Brian U Wisconsin

Anthropology Anthropology Urban and Regional Planning

Thailand Laos Philippines

Performing the Ancestors: The Balinese Historiographical Indonesian, Balinese Tradition Multiple Strategies in Comic Improvisation in Thailand's Lakhon Chatri Dance/Drama, As Influenced Through Thai Audience Patronage and Sponsorship of performers Project-ing Laos: International Organizations and the Lao Production of Political Scale Has Decentralization Promoted Greater Equity in Philippine Tagalog, English Forestry?

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FULBRIGHT-HAYS DOCTORAL DISSERTATION RESEARCH ABROAD PROGRAM SUMMARY
Fiscal Year 2003
CFDA 84.022

WORLD AREA Africa Western Hemisphere Central/Eastern Europe/Eurasia East Asia Near East South Asia Southeast Asia TOTALS

Applications Received 71 142 54 90 36 28 34 455

Applications Funded 21 47 29 22 17 15 22 173

Average Fellowship by World Area $26,883 $26,499 $29,576 $34,557 $29,772 $26,216 $22,544 $28,007

FUNDING REQUESTS / ALLOCATION Total Funds Requested Total Program Funds Allocated

Dollars $14,875,303 $4,823,280

ADMINISTERING INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION Public Institutions 27 Fellows 90 Funds Obligated $2,559,608 Private/Non Profit Institutions Fellows Funds Obligated 22 83 $2,263,672

GENDER Female Male

Number 76 97

Percent 44% 56%

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FY 2003 GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS BY STATE Number of Recipient IHEs 1 9 1 2 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 4 2 2 6 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 49 Individual Fellowships 2 37 6 4 2 4 3 25 4 1 1 10 13 5 25 2 2 4 3 1 8 3 3 5 173

State Arizona California Connecticut District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Illinois Indiana Iowa Maryland Massachusetts Michigan New Jersey New York North Carolina Ohio Pennsylvania Rhode Island Tennessee Texas Virginia Washington Wisconsin TOTALS

Dollars $45,236 $1,072,823 $173,624 $117,861 $46,961 $91,064 $62,512 $663,972 $116,075 $29,760 $22,612 $273,759 $397,679 $149,567 $653,635 $85,394 $57,816 $96,890 $77,585 $39,608 $197,182 $111,936 $97,998 $141,731 $4,823,280

FY 64-02 FELLOWSHIPS AWARDED Africa Western Hemisphere Central/Eastern Europe and Eurasia East Asia Near East South Asia Southeast Asia Western Europe Multi-Country TOTALS 564 732 711 0 638 478 498 424 70 186 4,301

Note: Multi-Country designation is obsolete. Now, principal country of research is designated.

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Research Sites Argentina United Arab Australia Emirates Bahrain United Bolivia Kingdom Bosnia and Herzegovina Uzbekistan Brazil Vanuatu Cambodia Vietnam Cape Verde Yemen Chile Yugoslavia China Croatia Cuba Czech Republic Egypt Ethiopia Finland France Georgia Germany Ghana Guatemala Honduras Hong Kong Hungary India Indonesia Israel Italy Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Laos Lebanon Malaysia Mali Mexico Morocco Mozambique Nepal Netherlands Nicaragua Niger Oman Pakistan Peru Philippines Poland Romania Russia Senegal Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic South Africa South Korea Spain Syria Tanzania Thailand Turkey Uganda Ukaine Languages Amharic Arabic Azeri Balinese Bamanakan Bamanan Bosnian Cape Verdean Chinese Chinese Classical Croatian Czech Dagbani Dholuo Dutch French Fulfulde German Hausa Hindi Hungarian Indonesian Italian Japanese Javanese Kazakh Khmer Lao Latin Malayalam Malaysian Nahuatl Nanti Nepali Ottoman Pali Persian Polish Portuguese Punan Punjabi Quechua Romanian Russian Sanskrit Serbian Serbo-Croatian Slovak Spanish Swahili Tagalog Tamil Thai Tibetan Turkish Twi Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Wolof Zulu Disciplines/Programs Anthropology Archaeology Architectural History Area Studies Art History Asian Culture and Languages Cinema Communications Comparative Literature Culture Divinity Ecotourism Epidemiology Ethnomusicology Forestry and Environmental Studies Geography Government History Language and Literature Languages and Civilizations Linguistics Literature Music Political Science Religion Religious Studies Social & Organizational Psychology Sociology Urban and Regional Planning Universities Boston U Brown U Catholic U Clark U Columbia U Cornell U CUNY Emory U Georgetown U Harvard U Indiana U Johns Hopkins U Michigan St U MIT New York U Northwestern U Ohio State U Princeton U Rutgers U Southern Illinois U Stanford U SUNY Binghamton SUNY Stony Brook Temple U Texas Christian U U Arizona U Arizona U C Berkeley U C Irvine UCLA U C Riverside U C San Diego U C Santa Barbara U C Santa Cruz U Chicago U Florida U Hawaii U Illinois U Iowa U Michigan U North Carolina U Pennsylvania U Pittsburgh U Southern California U Texas U Virginia U Washington U Wisconsin Vanderbilt U Yale U

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Additional Primary Countries Countries Cape Verde Ethiopia Ghana Kenya Mali Morocco Mozambique Niger Senegal South Africa Languages Disciplines Fulbrighters 1 2 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 2 Funds $15,572 $38,752 $24,111 $98,323 $43,618 $29,327 $32,650 $16,618 $60,025 $36,127

Africa
Cape Verdean Kriolu English, Amharic Twi, Dagbani Swahili, Dholuo Arabic, French, Fulfulde, Bamanakan Arabic, French Swahili Hausa, French French, Fulfulde, Bamanan, Wolof English, Zulu Anthropology Anthropology Linguistics History Art History, History History Anthropology Anthropology Anthropology Anthropology Anthropology, Epidemiology, Geography, History

Uganda, UK France

Tanzania Totals

Swahili

5 21

$169,417 $564,540

Western Hemisphere
Argentina Bolivia Brazil Spanish, Portuguese Spanish, Quechua Anthropology, History, Political Science Anthropology, Urban and Regional Planning Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, Forestry and Enviornmental Studies, Geography, Government, Linguistics, Political Science Anthropology, Culture History Anthropology, Georgraphy, History, Social & Org Psychology Geography Anthropology, Art History, Ecotourism, History Anthropology 3 4 $159,350 $81,068

Brazil Chile Cuba

Peru

Portuguese, Spanish Spanish Spanish

13 2 5

$375,208 $70,349 $91,377

Guatemala Honduras Mexico Nicaragua

Spanish Spanish Spanish, Nahuatl Spanish

4 1 8 1

$84,865 $17,927 $206,233 $23,837

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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program
Additional Primary Countries Countries Peru Totals Languages Nanti, Spanish Disciplines Anthropology, Archaeology, History Fulbrighters 6 47 Funds $135,231 $1,245,445

Central Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia, Italy Czech Republic, Slovak Republic Hungary Kazakhstan Germany, Yugoslavia, Uzbekistan Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian, Ottoman Turkish Croatian, Italian Czech, Slovak, Hungarian Hungarian Russian, Kazakh Polish, German, Serbian, Russian, Uzbek Romanian Anthropology, History, Political Science History Anthropology, History Linguistics Anthropology Cinema, History, Political Science Anthropology, Ethnomusicology Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, History, Language and Literature, Linguistics, Sociology Anthropology 4 1 2 1 1 $144,557 $34,609 $67,655 $26,911 $31,598

Poland Romania

3 2

$102,581 $23,398

Russia Serbia Totals

Finland, Georgia, Russian, Azeri, French, Ukraine, Uzbekistan Persian, Ukrainian Serbian

14 1 29

$410,354 $16,041 $857,704

East Asia
China Anthropology, History, Political Science, Sociology Anthropology, Cinema, Japanese, Chinese, Classical History, Political Science, Chinese Religion Indonesian Communications Mandarin Chinese, English, Tibetan 11 $329,136

Japan South Korea Totals

Hong Kong

10 1 22

$401,367 $29,760 $760,263

Near East
Egypt Israel Jordan UK UK Arabic, English, Ottoman Turkish Arabic Arabic, English History Anthropology Anthropology, Music 3 1 2 $76,134 $37,083 $60,893

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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program
Additional Primary Countries Countries Lebanon Morocco Spain United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, UK Languages Arabic Arabic, Latin, Spanish Arabic, English, Ottoman Turkish Disciplines Literature Near Eastern Studies Fulbrighters 1 1 Funds $39,609 $26,755

Oman Syria Turkey United Arab Emirates Yemen Totals

Turkish Arabic Arabic

History Anthropology, Comparative Literature, History Religious Studies Anthropology Anthropology, Architectural History

1 4 1 1 2 17

$30,615 $115,309 $37,032 $30,674 $52,022 $506,126

South Asia
Anthropology, Art History, Ethnomusicology, History, Language and Civilizations, Music, Sanskrit and Indian Studies, Religion Anthropology, Religious Studies

India Nepal Totals

Hindi, English, Malayalam, Persian, Punjabi, Sanskrit, China, Pakistan, UK Tamil, Tibetan, Urdu Nepali, Tibetan, Sanskrit, India Chinese

13 2 15

$334,188 $59,045 $393,233

Southeast Asia
Cambodia Indonesia Laos Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam France Indonesia Australia, Netherlands, Khmer, Pali Indonesian, Balinese, Bhasa Punan, Dutch, English, Lao Tagalog, English Malaysian, Indonesian Thai Vietnamese, French Anthropology, Divinity Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, History, Anthropology Urban and Regional Planning Political Science Anthropology Anthropology, Comparative Literature, History 3 9 1 1 1 3 4 $70,265 $197,677 $24,569 $32,466 $28,956 $56,271 $85,765

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FY 2003 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program
Additional Primary Countries Countries Totals
8/24/2007

Languages

Disciplines

Fulbrighters 22

Funds $495,969

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