ELIZABETH DAYTON (Fall 2012)
Dissertation Title: First in My Family: Family Relationships and Educational Mobility
Job Placement(s): Postdoctoral Fellowship, Stanford School of Education and Center for Education Policy Analysis
KEVAN HARRIS (Fall 2012)
Dissertation Title: The Martyrs Welfare State: Politics and Social Policy in the Islamic Republic of Iran
Job Placement(s): Postdoctoral Fellowship, Princeton University
FELIPE AMIN FILOMENO (SUMMER 2012)
Dissertation Title: The Social Bases of Intellectual Property Regimes: Biotechnology in South American Soy Bean Agriculture
Job Placement(s): Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
YIN YUE (SPRING 2012)
Dissertation Title: Attained Social Position and Personality Among Rural Migrants to Urban China
Job Placement(s): Assistant Professor in the School of Public Economics & Administration, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.
ASTRA BONINI (SUMMER 2011)
Dissertation Title: Raw Material Wealth and Economic Mobility: A World-Historical Perspective
Job Placement(s): United Nations Development Programme Human Development Report Office; Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Columbia University
PETER ROSENBLATT (Summer 2011)
The Renaissance Comes to the Projects: Public Housing, Urban Redevelopment, and Racial Inequality in Baltimore
Job Placement(s): Post-Doctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University; Assistant Professor, Loyola University Chicago
MINDELYN Buford II
Dissertation Title: Outside of the Gateway, Just off the Beltway: Nigerian and Ghanaian Immigrants in the United States
Job Placement(s): Northeastern University
Dissertation Title: Higher Education, 1965-2005: Global Convergence?
Job Placement(s): Korean Branch of Cegedim Strategic Data
Dissertation Title: Globalization and Capital Mobility in the Automobile Industry
Job Placement(s): Boston University
Dissertation Title: Redefining Relationships: Non-Marriage-Based Cohabitations among Low-Income, Urban Mothers.
Job Placement(s): Franklin and Marshall College
Dissertation Title: Social Reproduction Reconsidered: A Critique of Bourdieu’s Concept of Habitus Based on Mothering Urban Youth
Job Placement(s): Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Dissertation Title: Economic Reform and the “Double Movement” in Yugoslavia: An Analysis of Labor Unrest and Ethno-Nationalism in the 1980s
Job Placement(s): Yeshiva University
Dissertation Title: The Paradox of Agricultural Market Reform: Foreign Aid and the Rise of Subsistence Production in Moldova, 1991-2008
Job Placement(s): International Evaluator of US and British Foreign Assistance Programs in Asia and Africa
Dissertation Title: Sibling Configuration and the Timing of First Marriage in Japan.
Job Placement(s): Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Dissertation Title: From Detroit to Shanghai? Globalization, Market Reform, and Dynamics of Labor Unrest in the Chinese Automobile Industry, 1980 to the Present.
Job Placement(s): Temple University
Dissertation Title: Do Delinquency And Drug Use Lead To Dropping Out Of High School?
Job Placement(s): Westat
Dissertation Title: Contentious Allies: Social Unrest And The American Military Presence In Turkey And Germany 1945-2005
Job Placement(s): American University, Cairo
Dissertation Title: Economic Decision-Making In Turkey: Financialization And The Experts
Job Placement(s): Kadir Has University, Istanbul
Dissertation Title: Oppositional Culture, Hip-Hop, and the Schooling of Black Youth
Job Placement(s): Williams College; Cornell University
Dissertation Title: West Indian Roots & American Branches: Ethnicity, School Context & Academic Engagement Among African-Caribbean Students
Job Placement(s): University of Richmond