Emma Shakeshaft (Categorizing human trafficking victims)
Karem Morgul (Agricultural movements in Turkey)
Marko Grdesic (Populism as interaction: How `the people happened’ in Serbia in the late 1980s). Completing November 2015.
Brett Burkhardt 2011 (Private prisons: media disourcse and predictors). Oregon State University.
Peter Hart-Brinson 2010 (Social generational change and the foundations of attitudes about the same-sex marriage) University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
Celeste Benson (State regimes and gender policies)
Alex Hanna (Machine learning approaches to Identifying protests in news sources) University of Toronto.
Nora Hui-Jung Kim 2009 (Immigration challenges and “multicultural” responses: The state, the dominant ethnie and immigrants in South Korea) University of Mary Washington
Amy Lang 2007 (co-advisor with Erik Olin Wright) (A new tool for democracy? Citizen deliberation in the British Columbia Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform) City of Toronto (Canada)
Shelley Boulianne 2007 (Connecting, informing, and mobilizing youth and the advantaged: The role of the Internet in political engagement) Grant MacEwan University (Canada)
Kelley Strawn 2005 (Political process, economy, and protest in Mexico, 1999–2000: An event-centered quantitative analysis of collective action in a structural-adjustment society) Willamette University
Elizabeth Park 2005 (Egalitarianism and local liturgical practice) Retired.
Gregory Maney 2001 (The reform-conflict paradox in Northern Ireland, 1963– 1972: Constitutional logic and transnational dimensions of ethnic political contention) Hofstra University
Jorge Cadena-Roa 2001 (Staging contentious politics in Mexico: Democratization, emotions and humor) Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Brian Obach 2000 (Social movement alliance formation: Organized labor and the environmental movement) SUNY New Paltz
Renee Monson 2000 (Ties that bind: Child support enforcement in United States welfare state restructuring and the (re)production of gender relations) Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Heather Hartley 1999 (The influence of managed care on certified nurse midwives: An evaluation of health system change) Deceased.
Kyounghee Kim (Gender politics in South Korea: The contemporary women’s movement and gender policies, 1980-1996) Chung-Ang University (Korea)
Daniel J. Myers 1997 (Diffusion models for riots and other collective violence). University of Notre Dame
Kristen Barker 1993 (Birthing and bureaucratic women: Gender, professionalization and the construction of medical needs, 1920-1935) Oregon State University
Franklin D. Rothman 1993 (Political process and peasant opposition to large hydroelectric dams: The case of the Rio Uruguai Movement in southern Brazil, 1979 to 1992) Departamento de Economia Rural, Universidade Federal de Viçosa (Brazil) (retired)
FORMER MASTER’S ADVISEES
Brett Burkhardt “State changes in felon voting laws : re-examinationn of race and politics from 1966 to 1989” 2005
Kimberly Turner (co-advisor with Franklin Wilson), “Ethnic Niching in Labor Markets” (2008)
Anna Haskins, “The Impact of Paternal Imprisonment on Children’s School Readiness.” (2008)
Peter Brinson “These Legs Fight AIDS: Community and Voluntarism Through Civic
Daniel J. Myers “Racial rioting in the 1960s : an event history analysis of local conditions” (1995)
Heather Hartley Feminist debates about RU-486 (1993)
Kelley Strawn “Opportunity of crisis : economy, politics, and collective protest in Mexico, 1996-1997” (2000)
Jody Wolak “Racial Disparities in Imprisonment” (2000)
Kerry Ann Diloreto “Recruitment to Religious Organizations” (2001)
Hui-Jung Kim “Evicted Persons Movemetns in Korea” (2004)
Brian Obach “Social movement alliance formation : organized labor and the environmental movement” (1994)
Jorge Cadena-Roa “Social movement, social movement organizations and culture : the Asamblea de Barrios and the social movement for democracy in Mexico ” 1996