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Current Center Fellows: 2001-2002

David Beaver

Internal Faculty Fellow 2001-02Linguistics, Stanford University"Topics as Presupposed Questions"

Paul Berliner

External Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Music/Musicology, Northwestern University

"The Heart That Remembers: A Tale of Musicians in a Time of War"

Laura Chrisman

External Faculty Fellow 2001-02

English, Ohio State University

"Rethinking Black Atlanticism: Nationalism and Transnationalism in Black South African Intellectuals 1900-1935"

Ilias Chrissochoidis

Geballe Dissertation Fellow 2001-02

Music/Musicology, Stanford University

"Early Reception and the Moral Claims of Handel's Oratorios, 1732-1784"

Dawn Coleman

Geballe Dissertation Fellow 2001-02

English, Stanford University

"Speaking the Word: Sermons, Novels, and the Struggle for Cultural Authority in Britain and America, 1845-1880"

Marcel Detienne

External Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Classics, Johns Hopkins University

"The Gods of Politics in Greek Cities"

Michael Foster

Geballe Dissertation Fellow 2001-02

Asian Languages and Literature, Stanford University

"Morphologies of Mystery: Supernatural Discourse and Practice in Japan"

Avner Greif

Internal Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Economics, Stanford University

"Historical Institutional Analysis"

C.P. Haun Saussy

Internal Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Asian Languages, Stanford University

"The Ethnography of Rhythm"

Mae Henderson

External Faculty Fellow 2001-02

English, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

"Josephine Baker: Exotic Primitivism and Modernist Icon"

Agnieszka Jaworska

Internal Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Philosophy, Stanford University

"Ethical Dilemmas at the Margins of Agency"

Gavin Jones

Internal Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Department of English, Stanford University

Daphne Kleps

Geballe Dissertation Fellow 2001-02

Classics, Stanford University

"Orality and Homeric Syntax"

Anna Maria Busse Berger

External Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Music, University of California, Davis

"The Implications of the Art of Memory for Medieval Music"

Louise Meintjes

Rockefeller Fellow 2001-02

Music/Musicology, Duke University

"Zulu Ngoma Dance in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Masculinity, Violence, and the AIDS Epidemic"

Arzoo Osanloo

Geballe Dissertation Fellow 2001-02

Anthropology, Stanford University

"Revealing Liberal Islam: Socio-Legal Constructions of Women's Rights in Iran"

Kevin Platt

External Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Slavic Languages and Literatures, Pomona College

"The Imaginary Past: Ivan the Terrible and Peter the Great in Russian Nationalist Historical Mythology"

Rob Reich

Internal Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Political Science, Stanford University

"Authority over the Lives of Children: Conflict Between Parents and the State"

Sandra Richards

Rockefeller Fellow 2001-02

African-American Studies, Northwestern University

"Performances of Memory: Cultural Tourism to Slave Sites"

Janice Ross

Internal Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Drama (Dance), Stanford University

"Revolutions for the Art of It: The Performance Work of Anna Halprin"

Debra Satz

Internal Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Philosophy, Stanford University

"Inequality of What Among Whom? The Claims of Global Justice"

Professor Debra Satz has been on the Stanford faculty since 1988. She is the Marta Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society, Professor of Philosophy and (by courtesy) Political Science, and a research affiliate of the Program on Global Justice. In 2008 she was named Director of the Bowen H. McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society. She specializes in social and political philosophy, philosophy of economics, and ethics, and is also interested in issues of global justice. Professor Satz co-founded (with Rob Reich, Associate Professor of Political Science) the Hope House Scholars Program, which pairs faculty with undergraduate teaching assistants who teach courses to local recovering drug addicts and alcoholics. Her book, Why Some Things Should Not Be For Sale: The Moral Limits of Markets, is forthcoming from Oxford University Press this spring.

Molly Schwartzburg

Geballe Dissertation Fellow 2001-02

English, Stanford University

"The Uses of Books: Case Studies in Twentieth Century Bibliographic Experiementation"

Ethan Segal

Geballe Dissertation Fellow 2001-02

History, Stanford University

"Economic Growth and Changes in Elite Power Structures in Medieval Japan"

Brent Sockness

Internal Faculty Fellow 2001-02

Religious Studies, Stanford University

"The Science of Spirit: Schleiermacher's Philosophical Ethics"

Robin Valenza

Pre-Doctoral Fellow 2001-02

English, Stanford University

"The Uses of Knowledge: Scientific and Literary Composition, 1740-1860"

Daniel Walkowitz

Affiliate Fellow 2001-02

History, New York University

"City Folk: Cecil Sharp, English Country Dance, and the Invention of the American Folk Dance Movement, 1900-1950"

Jason Weems

Geballe Dissertation Fellow 2001-02

Art and Art History, Stanford University

"Barnstorming the Prairies: Flight, Aerial Views, and the Idea of the Midwest, 1920-1940"