The John Randolph Haynes Foundation

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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS
February 1, 2018

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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS (Page 2 of 15)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
University of Southern California 1999 How the convergence of immigration, economic restructuring and the new labor movement create the conditions for women to contest gender relations Cynthia Cranford $12000
Claremont Graduate University 1998 Foreign Direct Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa in the Era of Globalized Economy: A Policy-Oriented Approach, 1980-1995 Sunday Obazuaye $12000
Claremont Graduate University 1998 Awarded for the academic year 1998-1999, Dissertation entitled, "Creative Work Within the Organizational Context" Rachel Weiss $12000
University of Southern California 1998 Voting for What's Right: The Role of Values in Campaign Communication Christine Gordon $12000
University of Southern California 1998 Poverty Management: the Urban Time-space (Dis)placement Cycle Geoffrey DeVerteuil $12000
California Institute of Technology 1998 Nineteenth Century Anglo-Indian Trade: Revisiting the Imperialism of Free Trade Hypothesis Shawn Kantor $12000
University of Southern California 1998 National Identity and Foreign Trade Orientations of the ex-Soviet Republics, 1991-1996 Andrei P. Tsygankov $12000
University of Southern California 1999 The Hegemonic construction of domestic worker identity, in and against which workers themselves frame their own subjectiveness Arianne Gaetano $12000
University of Southern California 1999 Campaign Messages in State Affirmative Action Initiatives Todd Belt $12000
University of Southern California 1998 The Failures of Social Policy in Transitioning Economies Gloria Guevara $12000