Items Index, 1999-2008

Page 1

Author
Index
 A
 Abraham,
Itty
and
Tina
Harris.
Measuring
International
Collaboration.
1(1):6‐8,
 Winter
2000
 Abraham,
Itty.
Do
We
Need
Recommendation
Letters?
5(1‐2):15‐16,
 Spring/Summer
2004
 Anderson,
Lisa.
Human
Capital
in
the
Social
Sciences.
52(2‐3):31‐35,
June‐Sept.
 1998
 ___________.
1(3‐4):8,
Fall
2000
 Anderson,
Margot
and
Stephen
E.
Fienberg.
Who
Counts?
The
Politics
of
Census‐ Taking
in
Contemporary
America.
53(1):4‐6,
March
1999
 Appadurai,
Arujn.
1(3‐4):9,
Fall
2000
 Asad,
Talal.
Reflections
on
Laicite
and
the
Public
Sphere.
5(3),
2005
 B
 Baltes,
Paul
B.
The
Social
Science
Research
Council:
75
years
Young.
52(4):69‐72,
 Dec.
1998
 Bellah,
Robert
and
Charles
Taylor.
What
Holds
Us
Together:
An
Exchange.
6(1‐2):8‐ 15,
Winter/Spring
2007‐2008
 Bender,
Thomas.
1(3‐4):9‐10,
Fall
2000
 ___________.
Comment.
3(3‐4):16‐19,
Summer/Fall
2002
 Bhagwati,
Jagdish.
Why
Globalization
is
Good.
2(3‐4):7‐8,
Winter
2001
 Bigelow,
Anna.
Practicing
Pluralism
in
Malerkotla,
Punjab.
3(1‐2):10‐13,
Spring
 2002
 Bourdieu,
Pierre.
Uniting
to
Better
Dominate.
2(3‐4):
1‐6,
Winter
2001
 Bowker,
Geoffrey
C.
Network
Creativity
and
Digital
Culture:
The
Past
and
the
 Internet.
4(4):28‐30,
Fall/Winter
2003‐2004
 Brass,
Paul.
The
Gujarat
Pogrom
of
2002.
4(1):1,
5‐8,
Winter
2002‐2003
 Bruce,
Beverlee,
Diane
di
Mauro,
Ellen
Perecman,
and
Sheri
Ranis.
Good
Fellowship:
 Fellows'
Conferences
at
the
Council.
53(1):16‐19,
March
1999
 Buckley,
Cynthia.
Roundtables
on
Central
Asia
and
the
Caucasus:
Data
Access
and
 Knowledge
Production.
5(1‐2):26‐27,
Spring/Summer
2004


C
 Cadge,
Wendy
and
Angelique
Haugerud.
Forging
Links
Between
Disciplines
and
 Area
Studies.
2(1‐2):8‐10,
Summer
2001
 Calhoun,
Craig.
A
Word
from
the
President.
1(1):14‐16,
Winter
2000
 ___________.
Report
from
the
President.
1(2):10‐14,
Summer
2000
 ___________.
Dear
Friends
of
the
SSRC.
2(1‐2):
1,
7,
Summer
2001
 ___________.
A
Word
from
the
President.
2(1‐2):11‐13,
Summer
2001
 ___________.
Introduction.
2(3‐4):1,
Winter
2001
 ___________.
A
Word
from
the
President:
Remembering
Pierre
Bourdieu.
2(3‐4):16‐19,
 Winter
2001
 ___________.
Opening
Remarks.
3(3‐4):1,
3‐4,
Summer/Fall
2002
 ___________.
Remembering
Robert
K.
Merton.
4(2‐3):12‐14,
Spring/Summer
2003
 ___________.
Word
from
the
President.
4(2‐3):22‐24,
Spring/Summer
2003
 ___________.
Word
from
the
President:
Toward
a
More
Public
Social
Science.
5(1‐ 2):12‐14,
Spring/Summer
2004
 ___________.
Word
from
the
President.
6(1‐2):18‐20.
Winter/Spring
2007‐2008
 Chang,
Cynthia
and
Josh
DeWind.
The
International
Migration
Fellowship
Program:
 Seven
Years.
4(1):20‐23,
Winter
2002‐2003
 Chege,
Michael.
Social
Sciences
Around
the
World:
The
Social
Sciences
in
Africa.
 52(2‐3):50‐52,
June‐Sept.
1998
 Cooper,
Frederick.
Modernizing
Colonialism
and
the
Limits
of
Empire.
4(4):1‐9,
 Fall/Winter
2003‐2004
 Cox,
Mary‐Lea.
What's
New
@
SSRC.org.
6(1‐2):16‐17,
Winter/Spring
2007‐2008
 D
 Das,
Veena.
Social
Sciences
Around
the
World:
The
Social
Sciences
in
South
Asia.
 52(2‐3):48‐49,
June‐Sept.
1998
 DeSipio,
Louis.
Research
Problems
in
the
Study
of
International
Migration.
4(1):26‐ 27,
Winter
2002‐2003
 de
Waal,
Alex.
An
Imperfect
Storm:
Narratives
of
Calamity
in
a
Liberal‐Technocratic
 Age.
5(4):1‐7,
2006


di
Mauro,
Diane.
Current
Trends
and
Future
Directions
in
Sexuality
Research.
1(3‐ 4):1‐5,
Fall
2000
 di
Mauro,
Diane.
The
Sexuality
Research
Fellowship
Program:
Ten
Years
After.
6(1‐ 2):23‐29,
Winter/Spring
2007‐2008
 E
 Ergas,
Yasmine.
The
SSRC
and
the
Making
of
Social
Security.
5(4):24‐26,
2006
 F
 Farley,
Reynolds.
The
Census
of
2000:
Our
Source
of
Information
for
Who
We
Are,
 How
We
Got
There,
and
Where
We
Are
Going
in
the
Next
Century.
53(1):1‐3,
March
 1999
 Foner,
Nancy,
Steven
J.
Gold,
and
Ruben
G.
Rumbaut.
Immigration
and
Immigration
 Research
in
the
United
States.
2(1‐2):1‐6,
Summer
2001
 Foner,
Nancy.
Immigration
Research
for
a
New
Century.
4(1):24,
Winter
2002‐2003
 G
 Gabaccia,
Donna.
Immigration
Identity
in
the
United
States.
4(1):25,
Winter
2002‐ 2003
 Gieryn,
Thomas
F.
Merton,
Teacher.
4(2‐3):16‐17,
Spring/Summer
2003
 Go,
Julian.
American
Colonial
Empire:
The
Limit
of
Power's
Reach.
4(4):18‐23,
 Fall/Winter
2003‐2004
 Goldfarb,
Jeffery.
1(3‐4):11,
Fall
2000
 Graeber,
David.
The
Globalization
Movement:
Some
Points
of
Clarification.
2(3‐ 4):12‐14,
Winter
2001
 Grant,
Bruce.
Observations
on
the
SSRC/Title
VIII
Dissertation
Workshops
2001‐ 2003:
New
Directions
in
the
Study
of
the
Caucasus
and
Central
Asia.
5(1‐2):22‐23,
 Spring/Summer
2004
 Green,
Jerry
R.
Letter.
1(1):5,
Winter
2000
 Greenstein,
Fred
I
and
Austin
Ranney.
Pendleton
Herring,
1903‐2004.
5(3),
2005
 Guetzkow,
Joshua
and
Michele
Lamont.
1(3‐4):12‐13,
Fall
2000
 H
 Hacker,
Jacob
S.
The
Privatization
of
Risk
and
the
Growing
Economic
Insecurity
of
 Americans.
5(4):16‐23,
2006


Hale,
Charles
R.
What
is
Activist
Research?
2(1‐2):13‐15,
Summer
2001
 Hanretta,
Sean.
Islam
and
Postemancipation
in
French
West
Africa:
Exploring
the
 History
of
Yacouba
Sylla.
3(1‐2):16‐18,
Spring
2002
 Hanson,
Stephen
E.
Observations
on
the
SSRC/Title
VIII
Dissertation
Workshops
 2001‐2003:
Central
Asia
and
the
Caucasus
in
the
Contemporary
Social
Sciences.
5(1‐ 2):20‐21,
Spring/Summer
2004
 Heath,
Deborah,
Rayna
Rapp,
and
Karen
Sue
Taussig.
Tracking
the
Human
Genome
 Project.
52(4):88‐91,
Dec.
1998
 Helmy,
Khaled.
Disaggregating
Islam
for
Social
Science
Analysis:
The
Internal
 Dynamics
of
Parliamentary
Islamism
in
Comparative
Perspective.
3(3‐4):25‐28,
 Summer/Fall
2002
 Hershberg,
Eric.
Collective
Memory
of
Repression:
Collective
Perspectives
on
 Democratization
Process
in
Latin
America's
Southern
Cone.
53(1):9‐12,
March
1999
 Hershberg,
Eric
and
Nicole
Stahlman.
Islam
In
Situ:
A
Fellows
Symposium.
3(1‐2):10,
 Spring
2002
 I
 Ito,
Mizuko.
Network
Creativity
and
Digital
Culture:
Technologies
of
Childhood
 Imagination:
Media
Mixes,
Hypersociality,
and
Recombinant
Cultural
Form.
4(4):31‐ 34,
Fall/Winter
2003‐2004
 J
 Jelin,
Elizabeth.
Social
Sciences
Around
the
World:
Social
Sciences
in
Latin
America.
 52(2‐3):43‐44,
June‐Sept.
1998
 Jin,
Khoo
Khay.
Public
Intellectuals:
A
View
From
Southeast
Asia:
Civil
Society
and
 Public
Spaces.
52(4):82‐84,
Dec.
1998
 K
 Khalidi,
Rashid.
Social
Sciences
Around
the
World:
The
Social
Sciences
in
the
Middle
 East.
52(2‐3):47‐48,
June‐Sept.
1998
 Kamp,
Marianne.
Roundtables
on
Central
Asia
and
the
Caucasus:
Gender
Studies
in
 Central
Asia.
5(1‐2):24‐26,
Spring/Summer
2004
 Kancelbaum,
Barbara.
Social
Scientists
and
Institutional
Review
Boards.
3(1‐2):1‐5,
 Spring
2002
 Kennedy,
Michael
D.
Social
Sciences
Around
the
World:
Internationalizing
Social
 Science
in
Eastern
Europe.
52(2‐3):44‐47,
June‐Sept.
1998


___________.
Cultural
Formations
of
Postcomunnism
After
September
11.
3(1‐2):19‐ 20,
Spring
2002
 Koliha,
Anthony
and
Seteney
Shami.
Emergent
Regions:
Producing
Knowledge
of
 Central
Asia
and
the
Caucasus.
5(1‐2):17‐19,
Spring/Summer
2004
 Kuhn,
Thomas.
Empire
Building
and
Islam:
Ottoman
Rule
in
Yemen,
1872‐1919.
3(3‐ 4):20‐22,
Summer/Fall
2002
 Kurien,
C.T.
Social
Science
and
Social
Reality.
52(2‐3):36‐37,
June‐Sept.
1998
 L
 Latham,
Robert
and
Saskia
Sassen.
Update
on
the
Information
Technology
and
 International
Corporation
(ITIC)
Program.
5(1‐2):29‐30,
Spring/Summer
2004
 Leonard,
Karen.
Religion,
Migration,
and
Civic
Life.
4(1):25‐26,
Winter
2002‐2003
 Levi,
Scott.
Roundtables
on
Central
Asia
and
the
Caucasus:
A
Transregional
 Approach
to
Central
Asia.
5(1‐2):27‐28,
Spring/Summer
2004
 M
 Markus,
Hazel
Rose,
Martha
Minow,
and
Richard
A.
Shweder.
Engaging
Cultural
 Differences:
The
Multicultural
Challenge
in
Liberal
Democracies.
3(3‐4):29‐34,
 Summer/Fall
2002
 Mason,
Ann.
Colombia's
Conflict
and
Theories
of
World
Politics.
4(2‐3):1,
7‐11,
 Spring/Summer
2003
 Mauro,
Diane
di.
Current
Trends
and
Future
Directions
in
Sexuality
Research.
1(3‐ 4):1‐5,
Fall
2000
 ___________.
Update:
The
Surgeon
General's
Call
to
Action
to
Promote
Sexual
Health
 and
Responsible
Sexual
Behavior
is
Released.
2(1‐2):7,
Summer
2001
 McDonnell,
Mary
Byrne.
Introducing
the
Human
Capital
Initiative.
52(2‐3):30,
June‐ Sept.
1998
 ___________.
The
Human
Capital
Program:
The
Next
Steps.
52(2‐3):40‐42,
June‐Sept.
 1998
 ___________.
Building
Bridges
with
the
Chinese
Academy
of
Social
Sciences
(CASS).
 53(1):13‐15,
March
1999
 McNichol,
Jason.
SSRC
National
Research
Commission
on
Electronics
and
Voting.
 5(3),
2005
 N


Naughton,
Emma.
An
Islamist
Approach
to
Urban
Governance
and
Planning.
3(3‐ 4):23‐25,
Summer/Fall
2002
 Nowotny,
Helga.
Social
Science
and
a
Rapidly
Globalizing
World.
52(2‐3):38‐39,
 June‐Sept.
1998
 ___________.
RKM's
Lastng
Example.
4(2‐3):16,
Spring/Summer
2003
 O
 Ocampo,
Jose
Antonio.
Globalization,
Development,
and
Democracy.
5(3),
2005
 P
 Pepi,
Eda
and
Peter
Sahlins.
A
Brief
History
of
the
SSRC
Global
Environmental
 Change
Program
(1989‐1998).
6(1‐2):21‐23,
Winter/Spring
2007‐2008
 Porta,
Donatella
della
and
Sidney
Tarrow.
After
Genoa
and
New
York:
The
Antiglobal
 Movement,
the
Police
and
Terrorism.
2(3‐4):9‐11,
Winter
2001
 Prewitt,
Kenneth.
Census
200
‐‐
Science
Meets
Politics.
53(1):7,
March
1999,
See
also
 Science
284:935,
February
1999
 ___________.
Census
Director's
Northern
Exposure.
1(2):1‐2,
Summer
2000
 ___________.
The
Social
Science
Project:
Then,
Now,
and
Next.
3(1‐2):1,
5‐9,
Spring
 2002
 PuruShotam,
Nirmala.
Public
Intellectuals:
A
View
From
Southeast
Asia:
The
 Possibilities
of
"Asisan"
Intellectuals.
52(4):84‐87,
Dec.
1998
 Q
 Quinn,
Robert.
Defending
"Dangerous"
Minds:
Reflections
on
the
Work
of
Scholars
at
 Risk
Network.
5(1‐5):1‐5,
Spring/Summer
2004
 R
 Reynolds,
Craig
J.
Public
Intellectuals:
A
View
From
Southeast
Asia:
Located
 Knowledges.
52(4):79‐81,
Dec.
1998

 Rhoten,
Diana.
Interdisciplinary
Research:
Trend
or
Transition.
5(1‐2):6‐11,
 Spring/Summer
2004
 Rodrik,
Dani.
One
Economics,
Many
Recipes:
What
We
Have
Learned
Since
Albert
 Hirschman.
6(1‐2):1‐7,
Winter/Spring
2007‐2008
 Rossi,
Alice
S.
Merton
Internalized.
4(2‐3):15‐16,
Spring/Summer
2003
 Rozehnal,
Rob.
From
Sufi
Practice
to
Scholarly
Praxis:
Some
Reflections
on
the
 Lessons
of
Fieldwork
for
the
Study
of
Islam.
3(1‐2):13‐15,
Spring
2002


S
 Saada,
Emmanuelle.
The
History
of
Lessons:
Power
and
Rule
in
Imperial
Formations.
 4(4):10‐17,
Fall/Winter
2003‐2004
 Samuels,
Richard
J.
Increasing
Support
for
Third
Country
Comparative
Research.
 1(1):9‐12,
Winter
2000
 Sassen,
Saskia.
Globalization
or
Denationalization?
4(1):15‐19,
Winter
2002‐2003
 Shami,
Seteney.
Reconceptualizing
Public
Spheres
in
the
Middle
East
and
North
 Africa.
5(4):26‐29,
2006
 Shweder,
Richard
A.
Rethinking
the
Objective
of
Anthropology
(and
Ending
Up
 Where
Kroeber
an
Kluckhohn
Begin).
1(2):7‐9,
Summer
2000
 Sills,
David
L.
Eleanor
C.
Isbell
Dies
at
94.
53(1):20,
March
1999
 ___________.
Editing
with
Merton.
4(2‐3):19‐21,
Spring/Summer
2003
 Silverstein,
Paul
A.
and
Chantal
Tetreault.
Postcolonial
Urban
Apartheid.
5(4):8‐15,
 2006
 Stallings,
Barbara.
The
Impact
of
the
Economic
Reforms
in
Latin
America
and
the
 Caribbean.
1(2):1‐6,
Summer
2000
 Sztompka,
Piotr.
Of
My
Master‐at‐a‐Distance
Turned
Friend.
4(2‐3):18‐19,
 Spring/Summer
2003
 T
 Tejapira,
Kasian.
Public
Intellectuals:
A
View
From
Southeast
Asia:
Questions
of
 Minorities.
52(4):81‐82,
Dec.
1998.
 Tripp,
Charles.
Iraq:
Political
Recognition
and
Social
Action.
4(1):9‐14,
Winter
2002‐ 2003
 U
 V
 Varshney,
Ashutosh.
Understanding
Gujarat
Violence.
4(1):1‐5,
Winter
2002‐2003
 
 Vitalis,
Rob.
International
Studies
in
America.
3(3‐4):1‐2,
12‐16,
Summer/Fall
2002
 W
 Wachter,
Kennetth
W.
Census
Challenges.
53(1):8,
March
1999
 Wedeen,
Lisa.
Beyond
the
Crusades.
4(2‐3):1‐5,
Spring/Summer
2003


Weinstein,
Michael
M.
Students
Seek
Some
Reality
Amid
the
Math
of
Economics.
 1(1):1‐3,
Winter
2000
 Wilson
III,
Ernest
J.
Scholarship
and
Practice
in
the
Transitions
to
a
Knowledge
 Society.
4(2‐3):25‐29,
Spring/Summer
2003
 Wissoker,
Ken.
Negotiating
a
Passage
Between
Disciplinary
Borders:
A
Symposium.
 1(3‐4):1,
5‐7,
Fall
2000
 Worcester,
Kenton
W.
Second
Round:
The
International
Dissertation
Field
Research
 Fellowship
Program.
52(2‐3):53‐55,
June‐Sept.
1998
 ___________.
The
Social
Science
Research
Council:
Plus
Ça
Change.
52(4):73‐78,
 December
1998
 X
 Y
 Z
 
 Title
Index
 A
 A
Word
from
the
President.
1(1):14‐16,
Winter
2000.
Calhoun,
Craig
 A
Word
from
the
President.
2(1‐2):11‐13,
Summer
2001.
Calhoun,
Craig
 A
Word
from
the
President:
Remembering
Pierre
Bourdieu.
2(3‐4):16‐19,
Winter
 2001.
Calhoun,
Craig
 After
Genoa
and
New
York:
The
Antiglobal
Movement,
the
Police
and
Terrorism.
 2(3‐4):9‐11,
Winter
2001.
Porta,
Donatella
della
and
Sidney
Tarrow
 American
Colonial
Empire:
The
Limit
of
Power's
Reach.
4(4):18‐23,
Fall/Winter
 2003‐2004.
Go,
Julian
 An
Imperfect
Storm:
Narratives
of
Calamity
in
a
Liberal‐Technocratic
Age.
5(4):1‐7,
 2006.
de
Waal,
Alex
 An
Islamist
Approach
to
Urban
Governance
and
Planning.
3(3‐4):23‐25,
 Summer/Fall
2002.
Naughton,
Emma
 B
 Beyond
the
Crusades.
4(2‐3):1‐5,
Spring/Summer
2003.
Wedeen,
Lisa


A
Brief
History
of
the
SSRC
Global
Environmental
Change
Program
(1989‐1998).
 6(1‐2):21‐23,
Winter/Spring
2007‐2008.
Pepi,
Eda
and
Peter
Sahlins
 Building
Bridges
with
the
Chinese
Academy
of
Social
Sciences
(CASS).
53(1):13‐15,
 March
1999.
McDonnell,
Mary
Byrne
 C
 Census
Challenges.
53(1):8,
March
1999.
Wachter,
Kenneth
W.
 Census
Director's
Northern
Exposure.
1(2):1‐2,
Summer
2000.
Prewitt,
Kenneth
 The
Census
of
2000:
Our
Source
of
Information
for
Who
We
Are,
How
We
Got
There,
 and
Where
We
Are
Going
in
the
Next
Century.
53(1):1‐3,
March
1999.
Farley,
 Reynolds
 Census
200
‐‐
Science
Meets
Politics.
53(1):7,
March
1999,
See
also
Science
284:935,
 February
1999.
Prewitt,
Kenneth
 Collective
Memory
of
Repression:
Collective
Perspectives
on
Democratization
 Process
in
Latin
America's
Southern
Cone.
53(1):9‐12,
March
1999.
Hershberg,
Eric
 Colombia's
Conflict
and
Theories
of
World
Politics.
4(2‐3):1,
7‐11,
Spring/Summer
 2003.
Mason,
Ann
 Comment.
3(3‐4):16‐19,
Summer/Fall
2002.
Bender,
Thomas
 Cultural
Formations
of
Postcomunnism
After
September
11.
3(1‐2):19‐20,
Spring
 2002.
Kennedy,
Michael
D.
 Current
Trends
and
Future
Directions
in
Sexuality
Research.
1(3‐4):1‐5,
Fall
2000.
 Mauro,
Diane
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 Y
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Index
 1998

June­September

Human
Capital
in
the
Social
Sciences.
Anderson,
Lisa

Social
Sciences
Around
the
World:
The
Social
Sciences
in
Africa.
Chege,
 Michael

Social
Sciences
Around
the
World:
The
Social
Sciences
in
South
Asia.
Das,
 Veena

Social
Sciences
Around
the
World:
Social
Sciences
in
Latin
America.
Jelin,
 Elizabeth


Social
Sciences
Around
the
World:
The
Social
Sciences
in
the
Middle
East.
 Khalidi,
Rashid

Social
Sciences
Around
the
World:
Internationalizing
Social
Science
in
 Eastern
Europe.
Kennedy,
Michael
D.

Social
Science
and
Social
Reality.
Kurien,
C.T.

Introducing
the
Human
Capital
Initiative.
McDonnell,
Mary
Byrne

Introducing
the
Human
Capital
Initiative.
McDonnell,
Mary
Byrne

Social
Science
and
a
Rapidly
Globalizing
World.
Nowotny,
Helga

Second
Round:
The
International
Dissertation
Field
Research
Fellowship
 Program.
Worcester,
Kenton
W.

December

The
Social
Science
Research
Council:
75
years
Young.
Baltes,
Paul
B

Tracking
the
Human
Genome
Project.
Heath,
Deborah,
Rayna
Rapp,
and
 Karen
Sue
Taussig

Public
Intellectuals:
A
View
From
Southeast
Asia:
Civil
Society
and
Public
 Spaces.
Jin,
Khoo
Khay

Public
Intellectuals:
A
View
From
Southeast
Asia:
The
Possibilities
of
"Asisan"
 Intellectuals.
PuruShotam,
Nirmala

Public
Intellectuals:
A
View
From
Southeast
Asia:
Located
Knowledges.
 Reynolds,
Craig
J.

Public
Intellectuals:
A
View
From
Southeast
Asia:
Questions
of
Minorities.
 Tejapira,
Kasian

The
Social
Science
Research
Council:
Plus
Ça
Change.

Worcester,
Kenton
W.

1999

February

Census
200
‐‐
Science
Meets
Politics.
Prewitt,
Kenneth

March

Who
Counts?
The
Politics
of
Census‐Taking
in
Contemporary
America.
 Anderson,
Margot
and
Stephen
E.
Fienberg


Good
Fellowship:
Fellows'
Conferences
at
the
Council.
53(1):16‐19,
March







 1999.
Bruce,
Beverlee,
Diane
di
Mauro,
Ellen
Perecman,
and
Sheri
Ranis.
 The
Census
of
2000:
Our
Source
of
Information
for
Who
We
Are,
How
We
Got
 There,
and
Where
We
Are
Going
in
the
Next
Century.
Farley,
Reynolds
 Collective
Memory
of
Repression:
Collective
Perspectives
on
Democratization
 Process
in
Latin
America's
Southern
Cone.
Hershberg,
Eric
 Building
Bridges
with
the
Chinese
Academy
of
Social
Sciences.
McDonnell,
 Mary
Byrne
 Eleanor
C.
Isbell
Dies
at
94.
Sills,
David
L.
 Census
Challenges.
Wachter,
Kennetth
W.










































































 2000
 Summer

Report
from
the
President.
Calhoun,
Craig

Census
Director's
Northern
Exposure.
Prewitt,
Kenneth

Rethinking
the
Objective
of
Anthropology
(and
Ending
Up
Where
Kroeber
an
 Kluckhohn
Begin).
Shweder,
Richard
A.

The
Impact
of
the
Economic
Reforms
in
Latin
America
and
the
Caribbean.
 Stallings,
Barbara

Fall

Current
Trends
and
Future
Directions
in
Sexuality
Research.
Mauro,
Diane
di

Negotiating
a
Passage
Between
Disciplinary
Borders:
A
Symposium.
 Wissoker,

 Ken
 Winter

Measuring
International
Collaboration.
Abraham,
Itty
and
Tina
Harris

A
Word
from
the
President.
Calhoun,
Craig

Letter.
Green,
Jerry
R.

Increasing
Support
for
Third
Country
Comparative
Research.
Samuels,
 Richard
J.

Students
Seek
Some
Reality
Amid
the
Math
of
Economics.
1(1):1‐3,
Winter
 2000.
Weinstein,
Michael
M.


2001

Summer

Forging
Links
Between
Disciplines
and
Area
Studies.
Cadge,
Wendy
and
 Angelique
Haugerud

Dear
Friends
of
the
SSRC.
Calhoun,
Craig

A
Word
from
the
President.
Calhoun,
Craig

Immigration
and
Immigration
Research
in
the
United
States.
Foner,
Nancy,
 Steven
J.
Gold,
and
Ruben
G.
Rumbaut

What
is
Activist
Research?
Hale,
Charles
R.

Update:
The
Surgeon
General's
Call
to
Action
to
Promote
Sexual
Health
and
 Responsible
Sexual
Behavior
is
Released.
Mauro,
Diane
di

Winter

Why
Globalization
is
Good.
Bhagwati,
Jagdish

Uniting
to
Better
Dominate.
Bourdieu,
Pierre.

Introduction.
Calhoun,
Craig

A
Word
from
the
President:
Remembering
Pierre
Bourdieu.
Calhoun,
Craig

The
Globalization
Movement:
Some
Points
of
Clarification.
Graeber,
David

After
Genoa
and
New
York:
The
Antiglobal
Movement,
the
Police
and
 Terrorism.
Porta,
Donatella
della
and
Sidney
Tarrow

2002

Spring

Practicing
Pluralism
in
Malerkotla,
Punjab.
Bigelow,
Anna

Islam
and
Postemancipation
in
French
West
Africa:
Exploring
the
History
of
 Yacouba
Sylla.
Hanretta,
Sean

Islam
In
Situ:
A
Fellows
Symposium.
Hershberg,
Eric
and
Nicole
Stahlman

Social
Scientists
and
Institutional
Review
Boards.
Kancelbaum,
Barbara

Cultural
Formations
of
Postcomunnism
After
September
11.
Kennedy,
 Michael
D.

The
Social
Science
Project:
Then,
Now,
and
Next.
Prewitt,
Kenneth


From
Sufi
Practice
to
Scholarly
Praxis:
Some
Reflections
on
the
Lessons
of
 Fieldwork
for
the
Study
of
Islam.
Rozehnal,
Rob

Summer/Fall

Comment.
Bender,
Thomas.

Opening
Remarks.
Calhoun,
Craig

Disaggregating
Islam
for
Social
Science
Analysis:
The
Internal
Dynamics
of
 Parliamentary
Islamism
in
Comparative
Perspective.
Helmy,
Khaled

Empire
Building
and
Islam:
Ottoman
Rule
in
Yemen,
1872‐1919.
Kuhn,
 Thomas

Engaging
Cultural
Differences:
The
Multicultural
Challenge
in
Liberal
 Democracies.
Markus,
Hazel
Rose,
Martha
Minow,
and
Richard
A.
Shweder

An
Islamist
Approach
to
Urban
Governance
and
Planning.
Naughton,
Emma

International
Studies
in
America.
Vitalis,
Rob

2002­2003

Winter

The
Gujarat
Pogrom
of
2002.
Brass,
Paul

The
International
Migration
Fellowship
Program:
Seven
Years.
Chang,
 Cynthia
and
Josh
DeWind

Research
Problems
in
the
Study
of
International
Migration.
DeSipio,
Louis

Immigration
Research
for
a
New
Century.
Foner,
Nancy

Immigration
Identity
in
the
United
States.
Gabaccia,
Donna

Religion,
Migration,
and
Civic
Life.
Leonard,
Karen

Globalization
or
Denationalization?
Sassen,
Saskia.

Iraq:
Political
Recognition
and
Social
Action.
Tripp,
Charles

Understanding
Gujarat
Violence.
Varshney,
Ashutosh

Beyond
the
Crusades.
Wedeen,
Lisa

2003

Spring/Summer

Remembering
Robert
K.
Merton.
Calhoun,
Craig


Word
from
the
President.
Calhoun,
Craig

Merton,
Teacher.
Gieryn,
Thomas
F.

Colombia's
Conflict
and
Theories
of
World
Politics.
Mason,
Ann

RKM's
Lastng
Example.
Nowotny,
Helga

Merton
Internalized.
Rossi,
Alice
S.

Editing
with
Merton.
Sills,
David
L.

Of
My
Master‐at‐a‐Distance
Turned
Friend.
Sztompka,
Piotr

Scholarship
and
Practice
in
the
Transitions
to
a
Knowledge
Society.
Wilson
 III,
Ernest
J.

2003­2004

Fall/Winter

Network
Creativity
and
Digital
Culture:
The
Past
and
the
Internet.
Bowker,
 Geoffrey
C.

Modernizing
Colonialism
and
the
Limits
of
Empire.
Cooper,
Frederick

American
Colonial
Empire:
The
Limit
of
Power's
Reach.
Go,
Julian

Network
Creativity
and
Digital
Culture:
Technologies
of
Childhood
 Imagination:
Media
Mixes,
Hypersociality,
and
Recombinant
Cultural
Form.
 Ito,
Mizuko

The
History
of
Lessons:
Power
and
Rule
in
Imperial
Formations.
Saada,
 Emmanuelle

2004

Spring/Summer

Roundtables
on
Central
Asia
and
the
Caucasus:
Data
Access
and
Knowledge
 Production.
Buckley,
Cynthia

Word
from
the
President:
Toward
a
More
Public
Social
Science.
Calhoun,
 Craig

Observations
on
the
SSRC/Title
VIII
Dissertation
Workshops
2001‐2003:
 New
Directions
in
the
Study
of
the
Caucasus
and
Central
Asia.
Grant,
Bruce

Observations
on
the
SSRC/Title
VIII
Dissertation
Workshops
2001‐2003:
 Central
Asia
and
the
Caucasus
in
the
Contemporary
Social
Sciences.
Hanson,
 Stephen
E.


Roundtables
on
Central
Asia
and
the
Caucasus:
Gender
Studies
in
Central
 Asia.
Kamp,
Marianne

Emergent
Regions:
Producing
Knowledge
of
Central
Asia
and
the
Caucasus.
 Koliha,
Anthony
and
Seteney
Shami

Update
on
the
Information
Technology
and
International
Corporation
(ITIC)
 Program.
Latham,
Robert
and
Saskia
Sassen

Roundtables
on
Central
Asia
and
the
Caucasus:
A
Transregional
 Approach
to
Central
Asia.
Levi,
Scott

Defending
"Dangerous"
Minds:
Reflections
on
the
Work
of
Scholars
at
Risk
 Network.
Quinn,
Robert

Interdisciplinary
Research:
Trend
or
Transition.
Rhoten,
Diana

2005

Reflections
on
Laicite
and
the
Public
Sphere.
Asad,
Talal

Pendleton
Herring,
1903‐2004.
Greenstein,
Fred
I
and
Austin
Ranney

SSRC
National
Research
Commission
on
Electronics
and
Voting.
McNichol,
 Jason

Globalization,
Development,
and
Democracy.
Ocampo,
Jose
Antonio

2006

An
Imperfect
Storm:
Narratives
of
Calamity
in
a
Liberal‐Technocratic
Age.
de
 Waal,
Alex.

The
SSRC
and
the
Making
of
Social
Security.
Ergas,
Yasmine

The
Privatization
of
Risk
and
the
Growing
Economic
Insecurity
of
Americans.
 Hacker,
Jacob
S

Reconceptualizing
Public
Spheres
in
the
Middle
East
and
North
Africa.
Shami,
 Seteney

Postcolonial
Urban
Apartheid.
Silverstein,
Paul
A.
and
Chantal
Tetreault

2007­2008

Winter/Spring

What
Holds
Us
Together:
An
Exchange.
Bellah,
Robert
and
Charles
Taylor

Word
from
the
President.
Calhoun.
Craig

What's
New
@
SSRC.org.
Cox,
Mary‐Lea


The
Sexuality
Research
Fellowship
Program:
Ten
Years
After.
di
Mauro,
 Diane

A
Brief
History
of
the
SSRC
Global
Environmental
Change
Program
(1989‐ 1998).
Pepi,
Eda
and
Peter
Sahlins

One
Economics,
Many
Recipes:
What
We
Have
Learned
Since
Albert
 Hirschman.
Rodrik,
Dani

What
Holds
Us
Together:
An
Exchange.
Bellah,
Robert
and
Charles
Taylor