Graduate Research and Related Grants in Political Science for 2012


Congratulations to the following students for their successful applications to the Graduate Research and Related Grants in Political Science for 2012


Ione E. Curtis Graduate Research Grant in Political Science
Will d’Ambruoso, “Asymmetric War Outcomes and Arms for the Weak”
Josh Eastin, “Natural Disasters and Civil Conflict in the Philippines”

Camden Hall Graduate Research Grant 
Kirstine S. Taylor, “Race and the Politics of Innocence in the New South, 1944-1972”

Bryan and Diane Jones Graduate Research Grant in American Politics
Allison D. Rank, “Factory Workers, Criminals, or College Students: Constructions of Youth in Twentieth Century America”

Robert Kaplan and Margaret Levi Civic Engagement Grant
Yuting Li, “Political Determinants of Public Housing Provision: Who is the government protecting?”

Peter J. May Graduate Research Grant in Political Science
Rachel Sanders, “The Color of Fat: The Racial Biopolitics of Obesity”
Milli Lake, 'The Politics of Punishment: explaining institutional responses to mass violence in South Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo'.   

David J. Olson Graduate Research Grant in Labor and Subnational Politics
Amanda Clayton, “Institutionalizing Representation: The rise and efficacy of women’s electoral quotas worldwide”