4) Lee W. Walker, ,Fall, 2003, Title: The Democratic Arbiter:The Role of the Judiciary in the Democratic Consolidation Process inNicaragua and Costa Rica.
Lee received a tenure-track job at the University of Kentucky. For theyear 2006 Lee was awarded a post-doctoral fellowship at the Harvard-MITData Lab. In January, 2007 he began as an Assistant Professor at theUniversity of South Carolina.
5) Larissa Ruiz-Baia, ,Spring, 2004, Title: Christianity and theImagined Latino Self: The Emergence of Pan-Ethnic IdentityAmongst Latinos in Paterson, New Jersey
Larissa won an SSRC Dissertation Fellowship and a BrooklynCollege Fellowship to conduct her research in New Jersey. Shehas a permanent position at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida.
SSRC International Dissertation Research Fellowship
Deadline: November 3
Type: International research, PhD
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements, ABD by start of the fellowship
Fields of study: Social sciences, humanities
1996-97 Selection Committee for the SSRC dissertation fellowship
“For the SSRC dissertation fellowship, there are usually more than 1000 applications for 80 slots. It is wonderful that Stefanie has achieved this kind of success—but I am not surprised.”