Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Carnegie Fellows Announced

Among the just-announced Andrew Carnegie Fellows is the historian Maribel Morey, Assistant Professor, Clemson University, who won it for“Big Philanthropy in the Lives of Black Americans: What Today's Foundations Can Learn from this History.”  I was also pleased to see among the recipients Beryl Satter, Professor, Rutgers University-Newark, for “Economic Democracy from the Bottom Up: ShoreBank, Uneven Development, and the Paradoxes of Race, Community and Financialization, 1973-2010”; Charles G. Geyh, John F. Kimberling Professor of Law, Indiana University, for “Lies, Damn Lies, and Judicial Elections: Transcending the Shrill Public Policy Debate over Judicial Selection in America”; and my fellow LAPA Fellow Mark Fathi Massoud, Associate Professor, Politics and Legal Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz, for “Human Rights and Islamic States: Can Religion Rebuild the Rule of Law After War?”  H/t: Mary Dudziak

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