2017 Andrew Carnegie Fellows

The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program provides support for high-caliber scholarship in the social sciences and humanities. The anticipated result of each fellowship is the publication of a book or major study. The 2017 Andrew Carnegie Fellows will provide new perspectives on topics such as countering extremist narratives on social media, violence against women in politics, opportunity and education, and immigration enforcement and the future of U.S. democracy.

The Fellows

Daron Acemoglu
Elizabeth and James Killian Professor of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Christopher A. Bail
Douglas and Ellen Lowey Associate Professor of Sociology and Public Policy, Duke University
David Bromwich
Sterling Professor of English, Yale University
David E. Campbell
Packey J. Dee Professor of American Democracy, University of Notre Dame
David Danks
L. L. Thurstone Professor of Philosophy & Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University
Melissa Dell
Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy, Harvard University
Jared Farmer
Associate Professor, Stony Brook University
Charlotte E. Gill
Assistant Professor and Deputy Director, Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy, George Mason University
Cathleen M. Giustino
Mills Carter Professor of History, Auburn University
Stephen G. Gross
Assistant Professor, Department of History and Center for European and Mediterranean Studies, New York University
Daniel Immerwahr
Associate Professor, Department of History, Northwestern University
Sikina Jinnah
Associate Professor of Politics, University of California, Santa Cruz
Rucker C. Johnson
Associate Professor, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley
Nathan J. Kelly
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Mona Lena Krook
Associate Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University
Katerina Linos
Professor of Law , University of California, Berkeley
Lauren M. MacLean
Associate Professor, Indiana University Bloomington
Monica Muñoz Martinez
Stanley J. Bernstein Assistant Professor of American Studies, Brown University
Cecilia Menjívar
Foundation Distinguished Professor, University of Kansas
Kristin Michelitch
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Vanderbilt University
Gregg A. Mitman
Vilas Research and William Coleman Professor of History of Science, Medical History, History, and Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin at Madison
Ahmed Mushfiq Mobarak
Professor of Economics, Yale University
Diana C. Mutz
Samuel A. Stouffer Professor of Political Science and Communication, University of Pennsylvania
Philip M. Napoli
James R. Shepley Professor of Public Policy, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University
Gregory F. Nemet
Associate Professor of Public Affairs and Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin at Madison
Richard A. Nielsen
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Atalia Omer
Associate Professor of Religion, Conflict, and Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame
Polly J. Price
Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Law, Professor of Global Health, Emory University
Sean F. Reardon
Endowed Professor of Poverty and Inequality in Education, Stanford University
Emily Ryo
Associate Professor of Law and Sociology, University of Southern California
Lauret Savoy
David B. Truman Professor of Environmental Studies, Mount Holyoke College
Andrew D. Selee
President, Migration Policy Institute
Tommie Shelby
Caldwell Titcomb Professor of African & African American Studies and of Philosophy, Harvard University
Charles Stewart III
Kenan Sahin Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mila Versteeg
Professor of Law, University of Virginia

News Release: Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program Recognizes 35 Scholars

In keeping with its mission to advance and disseminate knowledge and understanding, Carnegie Corporation of New York today announced 35 recipients of the 2017 Andrew Carnegie fellowships, with awards totaling $7 million. Each fellow will receive up to $200,000 toward the funding of significant research and writing in the social sciences and humanities—the most generous stipend of its kind.

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