Baldy Center Grant Recipients

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Baldy Center Research Grants 2017-2018

  • Ana Mariella Bacigalupo, Anthropology: Shamanic Justice and International Human Rights in Chile: Judge Karen Atala's Transformative Vision and her LGBT Rights Custody Case
  • Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen, Geography: The Role of Universities in Sustainable Innovation, Inclusion, and Development
  • Samantha Barbas, School of Law: A History of Libel and the Press
  • Christine P. Bartholomew, School of Law: Ida Tarbell on Anti-Trust Class Actions
  • Anya Bernstein, School of Law Law: Statutory Interpretation in the German Administrative State
  • Michael Boucai, School of Law: Who Wrote Teleny? and A Genealogy of the Closet
  • Irus Braverman, School of Law: The Nature of Occupation: Nature Reserves, Law, and Militarism in the Occupied Palestinian Territories 
  • Rebecca French, School of Law: The Law Codes of the Dalai Lamas, Annotated with Cases by a Tibetan Official, Kungo-la Thupten Sangye, with explanation and introduction by Rebecca French
  • Rachel K. Hinkle, Political Science: The Role of Race and Gender in Publication and Authorship in U.S. Courts of Appeals
  • Athena Mutua, School of Law: Black Power on Trial: The Kansas Nine
  • Charles M. Lamb, Political Science: Presidents, Bureaucracy, and Fair Housing in America
  • Patricia Logan-Greene and Mickey Sperlich, School of Social Work: Addressing the Role of Front Line Social Workers in Preventing Gun Violence
  • Joanne Song McLaughlin, Economics: In Sickness and in Health: The Influence of the State and Federal Health Insurance Coverage Mandates on Marriage in the U.S.A.
  • Tara Melish, School of Law: Building Human Rights Cities 
  • Jessica Owley, School of Law: Land Conservation in Spain: Custodia del Territorio
  • Peter A. Rogerson, Geography: The Demographic Aging of Suburbs: With Implications for Policy
  • Robert M. Silverman, Urban & Regional Planning: Turning the American Dream into Commercial Rental Property: The Effects of Single-Family Rental (SFR) Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITS) on Nashville's Suburbs
  • Mary Nell Trautner, Sociology: Unwanted Sexual Attention, Masculinity, and the Law: A Comparison of the U.S. and Singapore
  • Camilo Trumper, Transnational Studies: Dictatorship's Children: Education, Repression and Protest among Youth in Chile
  • Deborah Waldrop, School of Social Work: Helping Families: Do Facilitated Advance Care Planning Conversations Help?

Baldy Center Conference Grant Recipients for 2017-2018

  • Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen, Geography - Universities, Innovation, and Development          
  • Christine Bartholomew, School of Law - Evidence Junior Works in Progress Conference   
  • Anya Bernstein, School of Law -  Buffaronto Sociolegal Conversations         
  • Rebecca French, School of Law and Anthropology - IABS Baldy Workshop for the Buddhism, Law and Society Group          
  • Stephanie L. Phillips, School of Law School - Countering the Effects of Stress on Police Officers’ Health and Functioning: Mindfulness-Based Resilience Training  
  • Mateo Taussig-Rubbo and Jonathan Manes, School of Law - Trumpism and the Law
  • Kari Winter, Transnational Studies, Gender Institute, Humanities Institute - Reclaiming Our Ancestors: Community Conversations about Racial Justice & Public History 
  • Cynthia Wu, Transnational Studies - The Disabled Academic: Access, Accommodations, Law, and Culture   

Baldy Center Research Grants 2016-2017

  • Annahita Ball, Elizabeth Bowen, and Annette Semanchin-Jones, School of Social Work - Improving Educational Outcomes for Homeless and Child Welfare-Involved Youth in Greater Buffalo through Cross-Systems Collaboration
  • Samantha Barbas, Law - The Most Loved, Most Hated Magazine in America: Confidential Magazine and the Transformation of Freedom of the Press
  • Anya Bernstein, Law - Administrative Law from the Administrative Perspective in Taiwan
  • Irus Braverman, Law - The Law of the Land: Nature Reserves in the Occupied Palestinian Territories
  • Jang Wook Huh, English; Asian Studies Program - Gender Institute: School Cross-Racial Justice in the Pacific
  • Charles M. Lamb, Political Science - Presidents, Bureaucracy, and Fair Housing in America
  • Christopher Mele, Sociology - The Entrepreneurial Turn in Housing Policy: Effects on the Provision of Affordable Rental Housing
  • Athena Mutua, Law - Black Power on Trial: The Kansas Nine
  • Anthony O'Rourke, Law - Civil and Criminal Discovery
  • Erkin Ozay, Architecture - Building a Public Institution: The Case of Henderson-Hopkins School and Middle East Baltimore
  • Deborah Reed-Danahay, Anthropology - Being French in London: National Social Space and European Mobility Regimes
  • Lauren Sassoubre, Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering; Jessica Owley, Law - Exploring the Legal and Scientific Feasibility of Using Recycled Water from Dairy Farms for Agricultural Irrigation
  • Robert Silverman, Urban and Regional Planning - Model Community Benefits Agreements (CBAs): An Emerging Tool for Negotiating Equitable Development
  • Jessica Su, Sociology - Labor Market Conditions and Unintended Pregnancy
  • Gwynn Thomas, Global Gender Studies/Transnational Studies - Hidden Activists: The Role of Civil Servants in Promoting Gender Equality in Latin America
  • Marion Werner, Geography - Trade and Agro-Food Systems Regulation in the Caribbean
  • Li Yin, Urban and Regional Planning - Spatial Clustering of Abandonment and Demolition: A Case Study in Buffalo, New York
  • Ezra B.W. Zubrow, Anthropology - Cultural Heritage as a Human Right

Baldy Center Conference Grants 2016-2017

  • Irus Braverman, Law - Ocean Legalities: The Laws and Life of the Sea
  • Rebecca French, Law - Buddhist Law and State Law in Comparative Perspective
  • Trina Hamilton, Geography - Global Governance and the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Baldy Center Research Grants 2015-2016

  • Samantha Barbas - Time v. Hill and America's Search for Privacy
  • Elizabeth Bowen - Informing Housing and Social Policy through Community-Based Research on Homelessness among Emerging Adults in Erie County
  • Irus Braverman - Gene Drives: Editing Life and Law Beyond the Human
  • Rachael K. Hinkle - The Role and Impact of Briefs in the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Charles M. Lamb - Presidents, Bureaucracy, and Fair Housing in America
  • Anthony O'Rourke - Civil Discovery and Criminal Investigation
  • Jessica Owley - Forest Land Conservation Mechanisms in a Changing World: Climate Resiliency under Varying Property Protection Arrangements in the Northeast Forests
  • Katja Praznik - Remuneration of artistic labor: a transcontinental comparative analysis
  • Deborah Reed-Danahay - Being French in London: Social Space and the Body Politic
  • Deborah Waldrop - Policy Practice at Life's End: How Advance Directives and Provider Communication Influence Healthcare Decision-making near Death

Baldy Center Conference Grants 2015-2016

  • Professor Matthew Dimick - Redistribution: Politics, Law, and Policy
  • David Herzberg - Gender and the Drug War
  • Mary Nell Trautner, Fred Konefsky - Celebrating 30+ years of David Engel's "The Oven Bird's Song: Insiders, Outsiders, and Personal Injuries in an American Community"
  • Jessica Owley - Environmental Law Collaborative 2016

     

Baldy Center Research Grants 2014-2015

  • Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen - University-Industry-Government Interaction in Bioenergy Translational Research
  • Anya Bernstein - Agency Statutory Interpretation: Preliminary Research
  • Michael Boucai - Glorious Precedents: When Gay Marriage Was Radical
  • Irus Braverman - Corals and Bombs: Military-to-Wildlife in Vieques, Puerto Rico
  • Matthew Dimick - Law, Labor, and the Politics of Inequality
  • Sarah M. Elder - "Surviving Arctic Climate Change", Film Editing Phase to Secure External funding
  • Jaume Franquesa - Energy policy, sustainability and austerity: Renewable energy and energy transition in Spain
  • James A. Gardner - Intergovernmental Contestation in Federal Systems
  • Christopher Mele - Implications of Neoliberal Urban Policy to Environmental Justice
  • Kelly Patterson (PI); Robert Silverman and Li Yin (co-PIs) - Anchor Institutions and Neighborhood Revitalization Policy: The Use of Linked Development Agreements (DAs) and Community Benefit Agreements (CBAs) in Shrinking Cities
  • Deborah Waldrop - Policy Practice at Life's End: Exploring the Outcomes of Advance Care Planning

Baldy Center Research Grants 2013-2014

  • Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen - Shrinking Cities: Measuring the social impacts of urban decline land management policies
  • Samantha Barbas - The Laws of Image
  • Irus Braverman - Occupying Nature: The Project of Colonial Conservation in Israel/Palestine
  • Jessica Castner - Complaint-Specific Protocols: Layers of Regulation and Emergency Nurse Scope of Practice
  • Robert Granfield - The Meaning of and Challenges to Pro Bono Work in Chinese Lawyering: A Sociological Analysis
  • Eiichiro Kazumori - US Treasury Auctions after the Financial Crisis
  • Jessica Owley - Collaborative Conservation Easement Research
  • Harvey D. Palmer - University Affiliations of Supreme Court Justices and Attorneys: How Educational Networks Influence Court Decisions
  • Remla Parthasarathy and Suzanne Tomkins - Identifying and Depicting the Impact of Culture in Intimate Partner Violence Cases
  • Kenneth Shockley - Ethical Dimensions of Climate Change Loss and Damage Protocols

Baldy Center Research Grants 2012-2013

  • Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen - Biomass based bioenergy production: the role of policy, markets, and institutions
  • Christina Boyd - Analyzing Litigation in the Federal District Courts
  • Irus Braverman - Globalizing Zoos: The Administration of Saving the Planet
  • Jaume Franquesa - Renewable energy and energy transition in the context of Southern Europe’s fiscal crisis
  • Jennifer Gaynor - A "Nasty Pirates' Nest" in the 17th century
  • Erin Hatton - Working but Not Employed: Work and the Struggle for Worker Rights beyond the Boundaries of the Law
  • Steve G. Hoffman - Walking the Line: Morality, Social Policy and the White Working Class
  • Charles M. Lamb - Fair Housing in the Twentieth Century
  • Anthony O'Rourke - An Analysis of Supreme Court Attitudinal Voting Across Rights
  • Jessica Owley - Sustainability in the Age of Climate Change
  • Gwynn Thomas - When a Woman Leads: Regendering Political Power and Leadership in Latin America
  • Mary Nell Trautner - Art v. Science: Cultures of Community and Professionalism in Lawyers' Narratives of Case Screening and Selection
  • Camilo Trumper - Ephemeral Histories: Public Sphere, Public Space and Political Citizenship in Chile, 1970-1973
  • Deborah Waldrop - Call 911: How Public Health Policy Influences Emergency Decision-making at Life’s End

     

Baldy Center Small Research Grants 2011-2012

  • Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen - The Role of Policy in the Creation of the US Renewable Energy Landscape
  • Samantha Barbas - The Privacy Paradox: Law, Media, and Intimate Life in Modern America
  • Ellen C Berrey - Bottom-Line Diversity: Race and Productive Pluralism in the Post-Civil Rights Period
  • Diane Christian - Death Row dvd
  • Dinissa Duvanova - Regulatory Policy and Bureaucratic Discretion: Business Environment in Post-communist Eastern Europe and Eurasia
  • Michael Halberstam - NYS Clearinghouse for Local Government Representation
  • Michael Halberstam - The Genius of American Corporate Law: The Missing Story of Civil Discovery
  • Trina Hamilton - Constructing ethical spaces for the global diamond trade
  • David Herzberg - Prescription for Trouble: Pharmaceuticals and Drug Abuse in the 20th Century
  • Eiichiro Kazumori - Design of Spectrum Allocation Mechanism for US Telecommunication Policy
  • Patricia Logan-Greene - Risk and protective factors among youth in the juvenile justice system: Fitting the needs of high risk youth with services to improve outcomes.
  • Robert Silverman - Evaluation of the Implementation of the Plan to Remove Impediments to Fair Housing in the City of Buffalo
  • Deborah Waldrop - Call 911: How Public Health Policy Influences Emergency Decision-making at Life’s End
  • Claude Welch - Human rights NGOs and India's Dalits
  • Marion Werner - Value Chains and Neoliberal Regulation: Focus on the Americas

Baldy Center Research Grants 2011-2012

  • Christina Boyd - "Analyzing Litigation in the Federal District Courts"
  • Irus Braverman - "Noah’s Ark: Ideologies of Nature in Israel/Palestine Zoos"
  • Catherine Cornbleth - "How State Agencies, National Accreditation Organizations, and Advocacy Corporations Shape the Education of Professionals: The Case of Teacher Education"
  • Sarah Elder - "Surviving Arctic Climate Change: A Documentary Film"
  • Charles Lamb - "Fair Housing in the Twentieth Century"
  • Yoshiko Nozaki - "Comfort Women, Historical and Legal Issues, and Education: Views from Japanese College Students"
  • Jessica Owley - "Enforceability of Exacted Conversation Easements"
  • Stephen Paskey - "Telling Refugee Stories: Truth, Narrative, and the Asylum Adjudication Process"
  • Mateo Taussig-Rubbo - "Pirate Trials in Mombasa, Kenya"

 

Baldy Center Research Grants 2010-2011

  • Christina L. Boyd - "Empirical Insights into Federal District Court Decision Making"
  • Irus Braverman - "Zoo Bureaucracies"
  • "Freedom and Restraint: Dionysiac Institutions and the ancient Greek Community"
  • Colleen Culleton - "Hardened by the Rain: Moving Water, Making Metaphors, and Imagining the Rural in Modern Catalonia"
  • Joshua J. Dyck - "The Scope and Nature of Panhandling and the Related Crime"
  • Rebecca R. French - "Translating the Tibetan Law Codes"
  • Joyce Hwang - "Re-Zoning Buffalo: Visualizing Potential Effects of Urban Agriculture
    Charles M. Lamb -
    "Fair Housing in the Twentieth Century"
  • Susan Mangold - "The Impact of Child Welfare Funding on Child Welfare Outcomes in Ohio"
  • Teresa Miller - "Doing Life: An Ethnographic Documentary of Attica Prison"
  • Vasiliki (Vaso) Neofotistos - "Law, Martyrdom and Albanian Identity in the Republic of Macedonia"
  • Justin Read - "Alternative Functions: The Modernization of Urbanization of Latin America"
  • Judy Scales - "Trent - Survival and Success under Apartheid: the Life and Work of William Johnson Trent"
  • Ramya Sreenivasan - "Formations of Community in Early Modern North India: Legal Regulations and Caste Boundaries"
  • Mateo Taussig-Rubbo - "Pirate Trials in Mombasa, Kenya"
  • Sue Winton - "Engaging Citizens in Education Policymaking: The Effects of Online and Face-to-Face Policy Dialogues"

Baldy Center Small Research Grants 2010-2011

  • James Beebe - Chance and Harm
  • Thomas Burkman - Post-Pacific War Repatriation and War Memory in East Asia
  • Sarah Elder - Surviving Arctic Climate Change [A documentary film]
  • Michael Halberstam - Redistricting Research Initiative
  • Junhao Hong - Communication Rights, Press Freedom, and Social Transformation in China
  • Bruce Jackson - Texas Death Row
  • Eiichiro Kazumori - US Spectrum Allocation Policy: Theory and Experiments
  • Lynn Mather - Lawyers in Practice: Ethical Decision Making in Context
  • Martha McCluskey - Criminalizing Economic Inequality: ClassCrits Workshop
  • Carl Nightingale - Segregation is Everywhere: A World History of Urban Color Lines
  • Yoshiko Nozaki - Educational Technology, Educational Opportunity Programs, and the Gendered (and Raced and Classed) Identities among U.S. College Students
  • Jessica Owley - Private Land Conservation in a Changing Climate: Adaptation and Vulnerability Assessment
  • Jessica Owley - Collaborative Conservation Easement Research
  • Sasha D. Pack - Europe's Deepest Border: The Strait of Gibraltar Region since 1870
  • Harvey Palmer - University Affiliations of Supreme Court Justices and Attorneys: How Educational Networks Influence Court Decisions
  • Stephanie Phillips - Reforming Legal Education in Light of the Revolution in Neuroscience
  • Qingyan Shang and Jessie P.H. Poon - Skilled immigrants and US exports before and after the AC21 Act
  • Robert Silverman - Developing Planning and Policy Strategies for a Small American Indian Nation: The Case of the Unkechaug Nation
  • Mary Nell Trautner - Procedural and Legal Outcomes of Appearance-Based Employment Discrimination Lawsuits
  • Lois Weis - Maintaining Advantage: How Affluent Schools, Parents and Students Work to Position for College/University Entrance Under Conditions of Massification

 

 

Baldy Center Research Grants 2009-2010

  • Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen - Women's (Dis)Advantage: Does a Lifetime of Workplace Disadvantage Create Advantages for Bridge Jobs?
  • James Beebe - The Worse the Crime, the More You Know: A Study of Non- Evidential Factors that Influence Judgments of Culpable Foreknowledge
  • Ruth Bereson - Enemies of the Imagination
  • Christina Boyd - Empirical Insights into Federal District Court Decision Making
  • Janina Brutt-Griffler - Forms of Multilingualism: EU Language Policy, National Language and English
  • Thomas Burkman- New Approaches for Establishing Comity among Korea, China and Japan: Comparative Case of Thai-Japanese Relations
  • Susan Guettel Cole - Freedom and Restraint: Dionysiac Institutions and the Ancient Greek Community
  • Catherine Cornbleth - How State Agencies Shape the Education of Professionals: The Case of Teacher Preparation in New York State
  • Dinissa Duvanova - Deregulation or Re-Regulation? Regulatory Reforms in Post-Communist Eastern Europe and Eurasia
  • Rebecca French - Collecting Tibetan Law Codes
  • Eva Juarros-Daussa - Catalans in New York: Impact of Linguistic Revitalization Policies in the Diaspora
  • Tilman Lanz - The Impact of Catalan Language Policy on Muslim Immigrants in Barcelona, Spain
  • Ferdinand Lewis - Does Active Living Improve Capability? A Re-Evaluation of Neighborhood Quality of Life
  • Susan Vivian Mangold - Follow the Money: The Impact of Federal, State & Local Funding
  • Teresa Miller - Fred Gary & Civil Right Documentary Project
  • Brenda Moore - Military Sexual Trauma (MST): Gender Differences in Perceived Treatment, Recovery, and Resilience
  • Athena Mutua - Pardons as a Tool of Restorative Justice: The Kansas Nine, Black Power on Trial
  • Yoshiko Nozaki - Education of Japanese Overseas Children in the United States: Japan's State Policies and the Shifting and Conflicting Views of Parents on Bi-cultural Schooling
  • Stephanie Phillips - History of Michigan Street Baptist Church
  • Ramya Sreenivasan - Formations of Community in Early Modern North India: Legal Regulations and Caste Boundaries
  • Despina Stratigakos - Gerdy Toost: Hitler's Other Chosen Architect
  • Mateo Taussig-Rubbo - The War on Terror in the Horn of Africa
  • Mary Nell Trautnern - Why Do People Sue for Medical Malpractice? Making Legal Decisions in an Era of Tort Reform
  • Jianquiang Wang; Ying Sun - Reading Lawyers' Minds: Technological Implications for Legal E-Discovery
  • Lois Weis - Maintaining Advantage: How Affluent Schools, Parents and Students Work to Position for College/University Entrance in Times of Massification
  • Lois Weis - The Way Class Works: Global Perspectives
  • Claude Welch - The Creation of the International Criminal Court


Baldy Center Small Research Grants 2009-2010

  • Ruth Bereson - Preparation of the Papers presented at the Colloquium: "The Question of Innovation: Can One be Pragmatic if One Produces the Unknown?" for publication in a special issue of the Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society (JAMLS)
  • Ram Bezawada - The Impact of the National Organic Program (NOP) on Consumer Choice Behavior of Organic Food Products
  • Dinissa Duvanova - Interest Groups in Post-Communist Countries: A Comparative Analysis of Business & Employer Associations
  • Michael Halberstam - Recent Corporate Governance Changes
  • Graham Hammill - Points of Departure: Political Theology on the Scenes of Early Modernity
  • David Herzberg - Prescription for Addiction: Abuse of Legal Drugs in American History
  • Bruce Jackson - Cummins Redux
  • Charles Lamb - Fair Housing in the Twentieth Century
  • Sergio Lopez-Pineiro - The Conundrum of Informality: A Utopian Project for a Harsh Reality
  • Kenneth MacKay - The AIA's Consent Decree: Ensuring Free Trade of Hindering Diversity?
  • Deborah Reed-Danahay - Bordieu, Sociality and Legal Anthropology
  • Ellen Berrey - Plaintiffs' and Defendant's Perceptions of Fairness in Discrimination Cases-Online Multi-Media Module
  • Ruth Bereson - Case Studies for Comparative Cultural Policy
  • Joshua Dyck - The Problem with Vote by Mail
  • Sarah Robert - Legal Intepretations of Teacher's Work
  • Gwynn Thomas - When a Woman Leads: The Presidency of Michelle Bachelet and Promoting Gender Equality in Chile
  • Elizabeth Adelman - Sample Documents for Law Students and Faculty
  • Winnifred Fallers Sullivan - Law and Religion after Secular Liberalism
  • Kathleen Kost - Evaluation of multi-agency initiatives established to deliver services in a poor Buffalo neighborhood
  • Christopher Mele - Publicly-Subsidized Private Urban Development and Minority, Low-Income Community Improvement in Chester, Pennsylvania
  • James Milles - Reporter's Shield Laws: Journalism, New Media and Agency Capture
  • Deborah Reed-Danahay - Vietnamese Metis: Citizenship Laws and Colonial Legacies in France
  • Judy Scales-Trent - Survival and Success under Apartheid: the Life and Work of William Johnson Trent
  • Robert Silverman - Fair and Affordable Housing Policy in the US: Trends, Outcomes, Future Directions


Baldy Center Research Grants 2008-2009

  • Joshua Dyck - Political Attitudes and State Elections: A Survey Design
  • Carole Emberton - Gun Laws in the Nineteenth Century
  • Trina Hamilton - Cleaning up to Move on up: Exploring the Intersections of Toxic Legacies and Economic Development Trajectories in Brooklyn and Buffalo
  • Junhao Hong - Representation of Law in China’s Media: Motivations, Effects, and Implications of the Social Transformation from Rule-of-Communist Party to Rule-of-Law
  • Bruce Jackson - Convicts
  • Charles Lamb - Fair Housing in the Twentieth Century
  • Carl Nightingale - Building the White City in Chicago and Johannesburg: Property Rights, Racial Segregation, and the Origins of a Transnational Housing Market
  • Carol Rosenstein - The Living Culture Project: Sustaining Arts, Culture and Heritage in New Orleans Neighborhood
  • Raj Sharman - Critical Information System Factors Affecting e-discovery – An Exploratory Study
  • Robert Silverman & Kelly Patterson - The Effects of Perceived Funding Trends on Nonprofit Advocacy and Civic Engagement: A National Survey of Organizations Serving African-American and Latino Communities
  • Gwynn Thomas - Assessing the Social, Political and Legal Effects of a Woman President: President Michelle Bachelet and Women’s Political Equality in Chile
  • Lois Weis - Maintaining Advantage: How Affluent Schools, Parents, and Students Work to Position for College/University Entrance in Times of Massification

Baldy Center Small Research Grants 2008-2009

  • Ruth Bereson - Cases in Arts Management
  • Barry Boyer - Great Lakes Connecting Channels: Science, Ecosystem Management, and Governance
  • Irus Braverman - Automated Public Toilets: Recovering Public Space?
  • Political Border Inspection: Observations of Israeli Checkpoint
  • Irus Braverman - Tree Wars: Land, Nature, and the Law in Israel/Palestine
  • Colleen Culleton - Dust in the Streams: Catalan Water Management and the Case of the Ter River
  • Dinissa Duvanova - Interest Groups in Post-Communist Countries: A Comparative Analysis of Business and Employer Association
  • Joseph Gerken - Trial by Wiki: The Use of Wikipedia as a Source for Fact-Finding in Judicial Opinions
  • Keith Griffler - Common Bonds: The Political Economy of Race and Class in the Modern World Economy
  • High Roads Run Through the City
  • Steve G. Hoffman - Ground Zero of Re-Alignment? Small Town Politics, Information Processing, and Trust in Legal and Political Institutions
  • Bruce Jackson -Texas Death Row photographs
  • Gregg Johnson - Presidential Popularity and the Success of Executive-Sponsored Legislation
  •  Lauri Johnson - “Segregation, Choice, or the Politics of Hope?” Policy Discourses in the Historical Development of Black-Focused Schools in Toronto and London
  • Rajiv Kishore & Sanjukta Das-Smith - Value Drivers and Risks of Offshore IT Outsourcing
  • Yong Li - Institutions, Culture, and Venture Capital Activity: A Cross-Country Analysis
  • Errol Meidinger - Law Making in a Global Civil Society
  • Christopher Mele - Thinking about Property: Funding Possibilities for Foreclosure Research
  • Teresa Miller - Encountering Attica, Pt. 2: Attica in the Age of Mass Incarceration
  • Yoshiko, Nozaki - Educational and Socio-Legal Issues of Japanese Immigrant and Transient Students in the United States
  • Yoshiko Nozaki - Gender, Higher Education, and Socio-Legal Politics: Case Studies of India, Mongolia, and Japan
  • Yoshiko Nozaki - Gender, Higher Education, and Globalization of Labor Market: Case Study of Philippine Women
  •  Sarah Robert - Legal of Teachers’ Work
  • Carole Rosenstein - The Living Cultures Project: Sustaining Arts, Culture and Heritage in New Orleans Neighborhoods
  • Jason Sorens - State and Local Public Policies and Institutions in 2008
  • Despina Stratigakos - Gerdy Troost; Hitler’s Other Chosen Architect
  • Debra Street - The Four Seasons: Midlife and Older Americans and Canadians.
  • Mary Nell Trautner - Making Medical Malpractice Claims in an Era of Tort Reform
  • Deborah Waldrop - The Hospice House Movement: How State Regulations Influence Residential Care at Life’s End
  • Sue Winton - Implications of Revisions to the Education Act for Safety in Ontario’s Schools
  • Ruqaiijah Yearby - Knocking Down Barriers and Overcoming Apathy in Civil Rights Enforcement: Using and International Solution to Address Racial Disparities in Health Care


Baldy Center Research Grants 2007-2008

  • Thomas Burkman - History and Memory: Redress, Mediation, and Forgiveness as Means to Reconciliation among Japan, China, and Korea
  • Rebecca French - The Golden Dispersion: Tibetan Law in the Diaspora
  • Lauri Johnson - "Something Better For Our Children": A Comparative Study of the Lives of Educational Activists and their Fight for Equitable Schooling in New York City, Toronto, and London, 1968-2008
  • Charles Lamb - Fair Housing in the Twentieth Century
  • Teresa Miller - African American Women Incarcerated
  • Athena Mutua - Pardons as a Tool of Restorative Justice: The Kansas Nine, Black Power on Trial
  • Carl Nightingale - Property Rights, Property Values, Racial Segregation, and the Origins of a Transnational Housing Market


Baldy Center Small Research Grants 2007-2008

  • Irus Braverman - The Regulation of Commercial Washrooms: Taking a Closer Look
  • Markus Dubber - The Police Power Reconsidered: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Modern Governance
  • Joshua Dyck - Political Distrust and the Conservative Movement at the Ballot Box
  • Joshua Dyck - The Political Geography of Direct Democracy
  • Carole Emberton - Gun Laws in Nineteenth Century
  • James Gardner - Joseph Belluck, Laura Aswad, Subnational Constitutionalism in Spain and the United States
  • Bruce Jackson - Old State House Museum Cummins Prison Farm Exhibit
  • Martha McCluskey - Critical Analysis of Economic Inequality
  • Christopher Mele - Sociolegal Practices to Address Consequences of the Foreclosure Crisis
  • Sheila Shulman - Transcription of presentations at 11/16/07 Public Health Law Symposium
  • Gwynn Thomas - Assessing the Effects of A Woman President: Michelle Bachelet's Legislative and Social Policy Agenda
  • Robert Wagmiller & Robert Adelman - Early Life Residential Experiences and Neighborhood Attainment in Later Life
  • Lois Weis - The Way Class Works


Baldy Center Research Grants 2006-2007

  • Barry Boyer - Governing the Great Lakes Commons
  • Serguey Braguinsky - Asset Holdings and Income Reporting Under an Imperfect Legal System – Evidence from Russion Households Microdata
  • Pauline Cheong & Jessie Poon - Investigating Religious Spaces Online: Social Capital Building and Internet Regulation in Toronto and Singapore
  • Filomena Critelli - Toward the Protection of Women in Pakistan: A Study of DASTAK Women’s Shelter, Lahore, Pakistan
  • Diane Elze - Facilitating Appropriate Service Delivery Transgender Youths and Adults: Identifying Policy Barriers, Policy Innovations and Best Practices
  • Charles Lamb - Fair Housing in Twentieth-Century America
  • Errol Meidinger - Law Making by ‘Global Civil Society’
  • Brenda Moore - Debi Street, Military Families
  • Carl Nightingale - Building the White City in Chicago and Johannesburg: Property Rights, Property Values, Racial Segregation, and the Origins of a Transnational Housing Marking
  • Sasha Pack - Christianity, European Identity, and the Politics of a Spanish Pilgramage
  • Lynda Schneekloth, Margaret Shannon, Chris Renschler, William Page, & Barry Boyer - Governing the Niagara Escarpment: Options for Managing Complex Public-Private Landscapes
  • Suzanne Tomkins - Community Assessment of Domestic Violence Interventions
  • Lois Weis - The Way Class Works


Baldy Center Small Research Grants 2006-2007

  • James Atleson - Capital Strikes
  • George Barnett - An Examination of the Impact of September 11, 2001 on International Telecommunications
  • Markus Dubber - The Police Power Reconsidered: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Modern Governance
  • Markus Dubber - Modern Histories of Crime and Punishment
  • Joshua Dyck - The Political Geography of Direct Democracy
  • Sara Faherty - Racing to the Top: Local Democracy and Lessons from the Living Wage Movement
  • Bruce Jackson - Death Row 16mm film-to-DVD conversion
  • Susan Mangold - Child Welfare Research
  • Athena Mutua - Book, Progressive Black Masculinities?
  • Robert Silverman - Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) and Affordable Housing: A National Survey of Local Public Administrators
  • Debra Street - Military Families
  • Lois Weis - Segmentation of College Opportunities/Experiences by Social Class and Race