Archive for June, 2013

  • Messy Hectare: Questions about the Epistemology of Land Grabbing Data

    May 17, 2013  Marc Edelman, Anthropology, Hunter College and Graduate Center, CUNY Sponsored by the 2013 Institute on Contested Landscapes

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  • Global and Local Commons: Emergent Institutions with Residual Property Forms

    May 16, 2013 Kathryn Milun, Sociology / Anthropology, University of Minnesota-Duluth Sponsored by the 2013 Institute on Contested Landscapes

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  • What is Property and Does it Matter?

    May 14, 2013 Stuart Banner, UCLA School of Law Sponsored by the 2013 Institute on Contested Landscapes

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  • Spring 2012 Awards

    Cohort Highlight: ISS’ Grants Fund Research from Body Odor to Democracy Civic Engagement, Civil Society Organizations, and Urban Environmental Governance: Implications for the New Environmental Politics of Urban Development Shorna […]

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  • Fall 2012 Awards

    Cohort Highlight: From Babies’ Spatial Skills to Collective Bargaining, Social Science Research Gets Funding Spatial Language and the Development of Spatial Cognition Marianella Casasola, Human Development The Promise of Augmented […]

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  • Spring 2010 Awards

    Cohort Highlight: ISS Awards Grants to Cornell Researchers Expertise Recognition in Cross-Cultural Collaboration: The Impact of Computer-Mediated and Face-to-Face Communication Natalya Bazarova, Communication Connie Yuan, Communication Funded with generous support […]

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  • Fall 2010 Awards

    Cohort Highlight: Institute for the Social Sciences Awards Interdisciplinary Research Grants Can an Improved Sales Contract Speed Adoption of Improved Stoves? Garrick Blalock, AEM David Levine, University of California Youth, […]

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  • Spring 2011 Awards

    Cohort Highlight: ISS Awards Grants to Social Scientists Clean Water, Health and the Market Mechanism: How Effective is the Market at Allocating Health Goods? James Berry, Economics Can Subjects Play […]

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  • Fall 2011 Awards

    Applying Discourse Semantics and Pragmatics to Narrative Images: A Study of Stone Reliefs, Miniatures, Cave Paintings, and Temple Sculpture Dorit Abusch, Linguistics Women, Sustainable Development and Food Sovereignty/Security in a […]

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  • Spring 2009 Awards

    Managing Strategic Paradoxes: A Longitudinal Study of Leadership in a Social Enterprise Marya Besharov, ILR Wendy Smith, University of Delaware Re-evaluating Africa and World War II Judith Byfield, Africana Studies […]

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