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The American Council of Learned Societies announces the 2014 cohort of ACLS fellowship recipients, including seven AAG members:

  • Hillary Angelo / Mellon / ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship
    Doctoral Candidate, Sociology, New York University
    How green became good: urban greening as social improvement in Germany’s Ruhr Valley
  • Jeffrey M. Banister / ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship
    Assistant Professor, Southwest Center & School of Geography, University of Arizona
    Seeing Water in Modern Mexico City: The Visual Culture of Hydraulic Control in the Early Twentieth Century
  • Shannon C. Cram / Mellon / ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship
    Doctoral Candidate, Geography, University of California, Berkeley
    Unmaking the Bomb: The Cultural Politics of Waste, Health, and Science at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation
  • Jay T. Johnson / ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship
    Associate Professor, Geography, University of Kansas
    Being-together-in-place: A geohumanistic exploration of place-based politics in postcolonial settler-states
  • Soren C. Larsen / ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship
    Associate Professor, Geography, University of Missouri, Columbia
    Being-together-in-place: A geohumanistic exploration of place-based politics in postcolonial settler-states
  • Stuart Schrader / Mellon / ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship
    Doctoral Candidate, American Studies, New York University
    American Streets, Foreign Territory: How Counterinsurgent Knowledge Militarized Policing and Criminalized Color
  • Jerry Chuanghwa Zee / Mellon / ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship
    Doctoral Candidate, Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
    The Windy State: Dust Storms and a Political Meteorology of Contemporary China