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BARBARA WEINSTEIN October 13, 2011 PERSONAL: Department of History New York University 53 Washington Square South New

York, NY 10012-1098 (212) 992-7994; 995-4017 (fax) 3 Washington Square Village, #3BD New York, NY 10012 (646) 649-3939; (301) 325-5463 cell Email: bswein99@aol.com bw52@nyu.edu

EDUCATION: Ph.D., History, Yale University, May 1980 M.A., M.Phil., History, Yale University, 1976 A.B., History and Latin American Studies, Princeton University, 1973 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Silver Professor of History, New York University, 2010 Professor of History, New York University, 2007-2010 Professor of History, University of Maryland-College Park, 2000-2006 Professor of History, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1997-2000 Fulbright Lecturer, Latin American Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Spring 1993 Director of Womens Studies, SUNY at Stony Brook, 1984-85; 1989-90 Associate Professor of History, SUNY at Stony Brook, 1984-97 Assistant Professor of History, SUNY at Stony Brook, 1982-84 Fulbright Lecturer, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (So Paulo), Summer 1983 Instructor and Assistant Professor of History, Vanderbilt University, 1979-82 RECENT PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: General Editor (with Daniel J. Walkowitz), Radical Perspectives: A Radical History Review Book Series, Duke University Press (2002-2012) Keynote, American Association of University Professors annual banquet, Washington, DC (June 14, 2008) President, American Historical Association, 2007 Director, Miller Center for Historical Studies, University of Maryland (2004-2006) Co-chair, Program Committee, 2005 American Historical Association Meetings Senior Editor, Hispanic American Historical Review (2002-2007) Book Review Editor, Radical History Review (1997-1999) Editorial Board/Collective/Advisory Board: Radical History Review, ILWCH, Revista de Histria (USP), Revista Brasileira de Histria, Anos 90, Historia Critica, Histria, Cincias, Sade Manguinhos, PsHistria, Revista de Histria da Amaznia, Brill Book Series, Studies in Global Social History Chair, Grupo de Trabalho em Histria, Brazilian Studies Association, BRASA VI, (2002) Member, Conference on Latin American History (CLAH) Nominating Committee (2002) Member, Clarence Haring Prize Committee, American Historical Association (2001-2002) Member, Program Committee, 2001 American Historical Association meetings World History Taskforce, Advanced Placement Exams, Educational Testing Service (1996) External Examiner, Departments of History, University of Richmond (2009); Ohio State University (2008); Queens University, Ontario (2006); University of Texas at Austin (2003); University of California-San

2 Diego (2003); Duke University (1999); Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Brown University (2009). Co-organizer, Conference on The Body and The Body Politic in Latin America, University of Maryland (College Park, MD, April 18-19, 2003). Co-organizer, Conference on Cultures of Dictatorship: Historical Reflections on the Brazilian Golpe of 1964, University of Maryland (College Park, MD, October 14-16, 2004. Co-organizer, Conference, We Shall Be All: Toward a Global History of the Middle Class, University of Maryland (College Park, MD, April 27-29, 2006). PUBLICATIONS--BOOKS: For Social Peace in Brazil: Industrialists and the Remaking of the Working Class in So Paulo, 1920-1964 (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press) 1996, xvii + 435 pp. (Re)formao da Classe Trabalhadora no Brasil, 1920-1964 (So Paulo: USF/Editora Cortez) 2000, 460 pp. [Portuguese edition of For Social Peace in Brazil] The Amazon Rubber Boom, 1850-1920 (Stanford: Stanford University Press) 1983, x + 356 pp. A Borracha na Amaznia: Expanso e Decadncia, 1850-1920 (So Paulo: HUCITEC/EDUSP) 1993, 371 pp. [Portuguese edition of The Amazon Rubber Boom] Radical History Review, 70 (Winter 1998) [Co-editor of issue "Women and Power"] Contributing Editor for Latin America, The Encyclopedia of World History, Peter N. Stearns, general editor, 6th ed. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2001). The Making of the Middle Class: Toward a Transnational History, co-editor (Durham: Duke University Press, forthcoming 2012). Race, Region, Nation: So Paulo and the Formation of Brazilian National Identities (under contract, Duke University Press). PUBLICATIONS--ARTICLES: Amrica indgena e Amrica Africanauma diviso problemtica? in J.L. Bendicho Beired, et al., Intercmbios Polticos e Mediaes Culturais nas Amricas (Assis/S.Paulo: FCL/UNESP e-book, 2010), pp. 391-418. Postcolonial Brazil, in Jos C. Moya, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Latin American History (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2010), pp. 212-256. Elas nem parecem operrias: Feminilidade e classe na Amrica Latina do Sculo XX, Anos 90, Porto Alegre, 17, no. 31 (Jul. 2010), pp. 145-171. Fordlandia after the Transnational Turn, H-Diplo roundtable on Greg Grandin, Fordlandia, Spring 2010.

Dilogos Brasil-Estados Unidos: Entrevista com Barbara Weinstein, Tempo 13, no. 25 (Jul.-Dec. 2008), pp. 237-245. Entrevista com Barbara Weinstein, Anos 90, Porto Alegre, 15, no. 27 (Jul. 2008), pp. 387-404. Erecting and Erasing Boundaries: Can We Combine the Indo and the Afro in Latin American Studies?, Estudios Interdisciplinares de America Latina y el Caribe v. 9, no. 1, 2008. Developing Inequality, American Historical Review v. 113, no. 1 (Feb. 2008), pp. 1-18. Modernidade tropical: vises norte-americanas da Amaznia nas vsperas da Guerra Fria, Revista do IEB 45 (Sep. 2007), pp. 153-176. They dont even look like women workers: Femininity and Class in Twentieth-Century Latin America, ILWCH no. 69 (Spring 2006), pp. 161-176. Slavery, Citizenship, and National Identity in Brazil and the United States South, in Don Doyle and Marco Antonio Pamplona, eds. Nationalism in the New World (Athens: Univ. of Georgia Press, 2006), pp. 248-271. [Portuguese translation in Nacionalismo no Novo Mundo (Rio de Janeiro: Editora Record, 2009).] Inventing the Mulher Paulista: Politics, Rebellion, and the Gendering of Brazilian Regional Identities, Journal of Womens History 18, no. 1 (Winter 2006), pp. 22-49. Awarded 2007 LASA-Brazil Essay Prize for best article on Brazil; Honorable Mention, 2007 Conference on Latin American History Prize. [Also published as Inventando a Mulher Paulista: poltica, rebelio, e a generificao das identidades regionais brasileiras, Revista Gnero (Rio), 5, no. 1, 2. sem. 2004, pp. 71-95.] Uma histria alternativa da borracha, Nossa Histria, ano 2, no. 22 (agosto 2005), pp. 54-60. History without a Cause? Grand Narratives, World History, and the Postcolonial Dilemma, International Review of Social History 50 (2005), pp. 71-93. (with Daryle Williams), Vargas Morto: The Death and Life of a Brazilian Statesman, in Lyman Johnson, ed., Death, Dismemberment and Memory: Body Politics in Latin America (Albuquerque: Univ. of New Mexico Press, 2004), pp. 273-315. Making Workers Masculine: The (Re)Construction of Male Worker Identity in Twentieth-Century Brazil, in K. Hagemann, S. Dudink and J. Tosh, eds., Masculinity in Politics and War: Rewritings of Modern History (Manchester: Manchester Univ. Press, 2004), pp. 276-294. Repensando a histria das relaes Estados Unidos-Amrica Latina: de dominao poltica a circulao cultural? Textura, n. 9 (Canoas, RS, Apr.-Oct. 2003), pp. 11-20. Histria sem Causa?: A Nova Histria Cultural, a Grande Narrativa, e o Dilema Poscolonial, Histria, vol. 22, n. 2 (So Paulo, 2003), pp. 185-210.

Regional vs. National History: Rethinking Categories from a Comparative Perspective, Territrios e Fronteiras, vol. 4, n. 1 (Cuiab, Jan.-June 2003), pp. 23-31. Racializing Regional Difference: So Paulo vs. Brazil, 1932, in Nancy Appelbaum, Anne Macpherson and Karin Rosemblatt, eds., Race and Nation in Modern Latin America (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 2003), pp. 237-262. [Reprinted in Spanish as Una mirada racial a las diferencias regionales: So Paulo versus Brasil, 1932, Entrepasados: Revista de Historia, Ao XV, nmero 29, Buenos Aires, 2006, 63-83; reprinted in Portuguese as Racializando as diferenas regionais: So Paulo X Brasil, 1932, Esboos, no. 16, Florianpolis, 2006, 281-303.] Experincia de pesquisa em uma regio perifrica: a Amaznia, Histria, Cincias, Sade Manguinhos, vol. 9, n. 2 (Rio de Janeiro, May-Aug. 2002), pp. 261-272. The Decline of the Progressive Planter and the Rise of Subaltern Agency: Shifting Narratives of Slave Emancipation in Brazil, in Gilbert Joseph, ed., Reclaiming the Political in Latin American History: Essays from the North (Durham: Duke University Press, 2001), pp. 81-101. Buddy, Can You Spare a Paradigm?: Reflections on Generational Shifts and Latin American History, The Americas 57:4 (April 2001), pp. 453-466. Where do New Ideas (About Class) Come From? International Labor and Working-Class History, 57 (Spring 2000), pp. 53-59. "The Discourse of Technical Competence: Strategies of Authority and Power in Industrializing Brazil," Political Power and Social Theory, 12 (1998), pp. 137-175. "Imagining an Industrial Community: Industrialists and Working-Class Culture in Postwar Brazil," Anos 90, 9 (July 1998), pp. 7-26. "A Pesquisa sobre Identidade e Cidadania nos EUA: da Nova Histria Social Nova Histria Cultural," Revista Brasileira de Histria, XVIII, 35 (1998), pp. 227-246. [Reprinted in Spanish as La investigacin sobre identidad y ciudadana en Estados Unidos: de la nueva historia social a la nueva historia cultural, Fronteras de la historia (Bogot), 5 (2000), pp. 73-91.] "Unskilled Worker, Skilled Housewife: Constructing the Working-Class Woman in So Paulo, Brazil," in John D. French and Daniel James, eds., The Gendered Worlds of Latin American Women Workers (Durham: Duke University Press), 1997, pp. 72-99. "Getlio Vargas, Dirio, 1937/1942," Luso-Brazilian Review, 34, 2 (Winter 1997), pp. 137-141. (Review) "Luca: Inventing Women's History on Film," in Donald F. Stevens, ed., Based on a True Story: Latin American History at the Movies (Wilmington: Scholarly Resources), 1997, pp. 123-142.

5 "As novas tendncias historiogrficas nos Estados Unidos e a pesquisa sobre a Amrica Latina," CEDHAL: Srie Seminrios de Pesquisa, Texto 4 (So Paulo, 1997). "Before the Boom: The Amazon Rubber Trade Under the Empire," in Tmas Szmrecsnyi and J.R. do Amaral Lapa, eds., Histria Econmica da Independncia e do Imprio (So Paulo: HUCITEC/FAPESP) 1996, pp. 59-74. "Industrialists, the State, and the Limits of Democratization in Brazil, 1930-1964," in G.R. Andrews and H. Chapman, eds., The Social Construction of Democracy, 1890-1990 (New York and London: New York University Press and Macmillan) 1995, pp. 315-39. "The Model Worker of the Paulista Industrialists: the Operrio Padro Campaign, 1964-85," Radical History Review, 61 (Winter 1995), pp. 92-123. "Not the Republic of Their Dreams: Historical Obstacles to Political and Social Democracy in Brazil," Latin American Research Review XXIX, 2 (1994), pp. 262-73. (Review essay) [Reprinted in Portuguese as "Essa No a Repblica dos Meus Sonhos: Obstculos Histricos Democracia Poltica e Social no Brasil," Revista Brasileira de Histria, XVI, 31/32 (1996), pp. 62-75.] "Las mujeres trabajadoras en So Paulo: De obreras no-calificadas a esposas profesionales," Reflejos (Jerusalem) II, 2 (August 1993), pp. 45-57. [Reprinted in Portuguese as "As mulheres trabalhadoras em So Paulo," in Cadernos Pagu (Campinas), 4 (1995), pp. 143-71.] "The Industrialists, the State, and the Issues of Worker Training and Social Services in Brazil, 1930-1950," Hispanic American Historical Review, LXX, 3 (August 1990), pp. 379-404. "The New Latin American Labor History: What We Gain," International Labor and Working-Class History, 36 (Fall 1989), pp. 25-30. "The Persistence of Pre-capitalist Relations of Production in a Tropical Export Economy: The Amazon Rubber Trade, 1850-1920," in Michael P. Hanagan and Charles Stephenson, eds., Proletarians and Protest: Studies in Class Formation (Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press) 1986, pp. 55-76. "From Slavery to Vagrancy in Brazil," Luso-Brazilian Review, XXIII, 2 (Winter, 1986), pp. 126-131. (Review essay) "Persistence of Caboclo Culture in the Amazon: The Impact of the Rubber Trade, l850-l920," in Eugene Parker, ed., The Amazon Caboclo: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Studies in Third World Societies, 32 (June, 1985), pp. 89-113. "New Views on Amazonian Development," Luso-Brazilian Review, XXII, 1 (Summer, 1985), pp. 79-88. (Review essay) "Par versus Amazonas," Estudos Econmicos, XV, 2 (Maio-Agosto, 1985), pp. 221-240.

6 "Capital Penetration and Problems of Labor Control in the Amazon Rubber Trade," Radical History Review, 27 (1983), pp. 121-140. [Reprinted in Spanish as "Penetracin del capital y problemas de control de la mano de obra en el comercio amazonico del caucho," Memoria y Sociedad (Bogot), II, 3 (1997), pp. 57-73.] "Contrle Social e Criminalidade em So Paulo--Comentrio," in Paulo Srgio Pinheiro, ed., Crime, Violncia e Poder (So Paulo: Ed. Brasiliense, 1983), pp. 219-23. "Brazilian Regionalism," Latin American Research Review, XVII, 2 (1982), pp. 262-276. "Impresses da elite sobre os movimentos da classe operria: A cobertura da greve em O Estado de So Paulo, 1902-1917," in Maria Helena Capelato, et al., O Bravo Matutino: Imprensa e Ideologia no Jornal O Estado de So Paulo (So Paulo, Ed. Alfa-Omega, 1980), pp. 135-176. Book reviews and conference reports in American Historical Review, Hispanic American Historical Review, International Labor and Working-Class History, Journal of Social History, Luso-Brazilian Review, Agricultural History, Technology and Culture, Labor History, Latin American Research Review, The Americas, H-Diplo. OTHER WORKS IN PRESS OR IN PROGRESS: World History: Theoretical and Methodological Questions, for A Companion to World History, Douglas Northrop, ed. (Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming 2012) Vises estranhas e estrangeiras da Amaznia nas dcadas 30 e 40: Henry Ford, Claude Levi-Strauss e Walt Disney, forthcoming in As Fronteiras das Cincias (Rio de Janeiro: Editora da MAST, 2011). Orientalism in One Country: Regionalism, Whiteness, and the Construction of Alterity in TwentiethCentury Brazil, in preparation for Olvia Gomes da Cunha and Barbara Weinstein, eds., Sensitive Terrains: Difference, Agency, and Transgression. Radical Pasts: Essays on Latin American and Other Histories (volume of essays, in preparation) PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS: From the President in AHA Perspectives: The AHA and Academic Freedom in the Age of Homeland Security, 45, 1 (Jan. 2007). Historians and the Mobility Question, 45, 2 (Feb. 2007) How Much Have We Decentered the Historical Profession?, 45, 3 (Mar. 2007). Let the Sunshine In: Government Records and National Insecurities, 45, 4 (Apr. 2007). Doing History in the Digital Age, 45, 5 (May 2007).

The Case of the Incredible Shrinking Historians?, 45, 6 (Sep. 2007). Washington for Historians, 45, 7 (Oct. 2007). The AHA and Academic Freedom in the Age of Homeland Security, Revisited, 45, 9 (Dec. 2007). Changing the Topic: Diplomatic History and the Historical Profession, Passport: The Newsletter of the Society for Historians of Foreign Relations (Apr. 2007). Comments, The Bush-Cheney Years: A Historians Against the War Roundtable, American Historical Association Annual Meeting, January 3, 2009, New York, NY (pamphlet) INVITED LECTURES, PAPERS AND COMMENTS (since 2006): Spatial Inequalities at Home and Abroad: Rethinking Brazilian National History from Regional and Global Perspectives, Conference on Brazil in Global Context, 1870-1945, Frei Universitt (Berlin, October 27-29, 2011). The Color of Modernity: Racial and Regional Difference in Postcolonial Brazil, 34th Merle Curti Lectures, University of Wisconsin (Madison, WI, October 18-20, 2011). La clase media latinoamericana en perspectiva transnacional. Invited lecture and workshop, masters course Desafios de la historia contempornea, Consortium of Spanish Universities, Santander, Spain, July 11, 2011. Race, Region, Nation: So Paulo and the Formation of Brazilian National Identities, Invited Lecture, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard (Cambridge, MA, April 26, 2011). Wrap-up commentary, conference on Latin American Exceptionalisms, New York University (New York, April 8, 2011). Racializing Regional Identity: So Paulo vs. Brazil, 1932, Public lecture, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study (Cambridge, MA, April 6, 2011). Racism in a Racial Democracy: Race and Regional Identity in Twentieth-Century Brazil, 2011 Jerome Wood Lecture, Swarthmore College (Swarthmore, Feb. 7, 2011). The Colonial Roots of Modern Brazil? Bandeirantes, Senhores de Engenho, and the Struggle over National Identity. Paper presented, Conference on Latin American History panel, Festschrift for Karen Spalding (Boston, Jan. 7, 2011). From Enslaver of Indians to Symbol of Progress: The Colonial Pathfinder of So Paulo, Brazil, 2010 Fusco Lecture, University of Connecticut (Storrs, Oct. 27, 2010).

8 O Operrio Ideal do Imaginrio Empresarial: A Campanha Operrio Padro, 1964-1985, closing address, Seminrio Internacional Arquivo Edgard Leuenroth: Histria e Pesquisa, Universidade de Campinas (Campinas, SP, May 20. 2010). Latin American Studies after the Transnational Turn, panel on Rethinking Latin American Studies, conference on Reconfiguring Latin America: Conversations for the Twenty-First Century, University of Maryland (College Park, MD, April 30, 2010). Professional Politics: A View from the Presidency of the American Historical Association, Panel on Historians as Citizens, European Social Science History Conference (Ghent, Belgium, April 15, 2010). Commentator, Panel on Historical Ethnographies of Latin American States, ESSHC (Ghent, Belgium, April 15, 2010). From Indian Enslaver to Symbol of Progress: The Brazilian Bandeirante, 2010 Elmer Louis Kayser Lecture, George Washington University (Washington, D.C., March 31, 2010). Vises estranhas e estrangeiras da Amaznia nas dcadas 30 e 40: Henry Ford, Claude Levi-Strauss e Walt Disney, opening address, Seminrio As Fronteiras da Cincias, Museu de Astronomia/MAST (Rio de Janeiro, March 17, 2010). Commentator, Panel on Frontiers of Identity in Postcolonial Brazil, American Historical Association Meetings (San Diego, Jan. 10, 2010). White, Male, and Middle Class: Regionalism, Transnationalism, and Class Identity in Early TwentiethCentury So Paulo, panel on Struggling with Class: A Transnational Frame, AHA Meetings (San Diego, Jan. 9. 2010). Commentator, Dana Frank, The AFL-CIOs Cold War in Honduras, Tamiment Library Seminar, United States and the Cold War (New York, Sep. 17, 2009). Orientalism in One Country: Regionalism, Whiteness, and the Construction of Alterity in TwentiethCentury Brazil, symposium on Sensitive Terrains: Difference, Agency, and Transgression, Museu Nacional (Rio de Janeiro, June 15, 2009). Topoi of Progress: Development and Inequality, panel on Topoi of Latin American History, Latin American Studies Association (Rio de Janeiro, June 13, 2009). Modernity without Borders: Envisioning the Amazon during World War II, Keynote Address, Latin America: A People without Boundaries? 8th Annual Stony Brook Graduate Student Conference, Latin American & Caribbean Studies Center (New York, Apr. 24, 2009). Slave Catchers vs. Slaveowners: The Bandeirantes and Regional Mythmaking in Twentieth-Century Brazil, invited lecture, Seton Hall University (South Orange, NJ, Apr. 22, 2009).

9 Amrica indgena e Amrica africanauma diviso problemtica?, Paper presented at Symposium Amrica Latina alm da nao, Univ. de So Paulo (So Paulo, Oct. 17, 2008). Machado de Assis and the Historical Imagination, Machado and His Times: A Panel, Americas Society (New York, Sep. 15, 2008). Uneven Developments and the Shift from Social to Cultural History, seminar series, Instituto de Desarollo Econmico y SocialIDES (Buenos Aires, Apr. 8-9, 2008). Recent Trends in the Historiography of Postcolonial Brazil, Invited lecture, Universidad Tres de Febrero (Caseros, Argentina, Apr. 7, 2008). Orientalism in One Country? Race, Region, and Nation in Twentieth-Century Brazil, Keynote Address, European Social Science History Conference (Lisbon, Feb. 28, 2008). Developing Inequality, 2008 Presidential Address, American Historical Association Meetings (Washington, DC, Jan. 4, 2008). Modern Brazil, Presidential Panel on Recent Trendsand Challengesin Brazilian Historiography, AHA Meetings (Washington, DC, Jan. 5, 2008). The Color of Modernity: So Paulo and the Whitening of Brazilian Regional Identity, the New York Latin American History Workshop, Columbia University (New York, March 2, 2007), The University at Albany, Phi Alpha Theta Lecture (Albany, NY, March 23, 2007), Vassar College, Griffin Memorial Lecture (Poughkeepsie, Feb. 13, 2008). Erecting and Erasing Boundaries: Can We Combine the Indo and the Afro in Latin American Studies? Brown University History/Latin American Studies lecture series (Providence, RI, Sept. 25, 2007). Concluding Remarks, Symposium on The New Political History of Nineteenth-Century Latin America, Columbia University (New York, May 5, 2007). Modernidade tropical: vises norte-americanas da Amaznia s vsperas da Guerra Fria, closing lecture, II Simpsio Internacional de Histria da Amaznia, Anpuh-Par (Belm do Par, Dec. 1, 2006; also presented at the Instituto de Estudos Brasileiros, So Paulo, June 14, 2007). Escravido e construo da nao no Brasil e nos Estados Unidos, closing lecture, symposium Nao e Cidadania no Oitocentos, Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro (Rio, Aug. 25, 2006). Os industriais paulistas e o governo JK, lecture delivered at symposium 50 anos em 550 anos depois: JK e a modernizao do Brasil, Pontifcia U. Catlica (So Paulo, Aug. 18, 2006). Commentator, When is the Atlantic? Late Twentieth-Century Cultural Exchanges between Brazil and Africa, Atlantic History Workshop, University of Michigan/Michigan State University (East Lansing, May 12, 2006).

10 Commentator, Panel on Theorizing the Middle Class, Conference We Shall be All: Toward a Global History of the Middle Class, University of Maryland (College Park, Apr. 27, 2006). Commentator, Panel on Race and Nation in Chile, Uruguay, and Argentina, American Historical Association meetings (Philadelphia, Jan. 7, 2006). ACADEMIC AWARDS (since 1980): Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences (elected 2011) Joy Foundation Fellow, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study (2010-11) Semester Fellowship, General Research Board, University of Maryland (declined, 2007) Travel Award, David C. Driskell Center for the Study of the African Diaspora (Summer 2005) Semester Fellowship, General Research Board, University of Maryland (Spring 2002) United University Professions Faculty Enhancement Grant for Travel to Brazil (Summer 2000) John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow (1998-1999) United University Professions PDQWL Grant for Travel to Brazil (Fall 1998) USIA/Fulbright Travel Grant for Lectures in So Paulo and Belo Horizonte, Brazil (July 1997) Academic Specialist Award for Travel to Brazil, United States Information Agency (June 1994) Fulbright-CIES Lectureship at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (spring 1993) National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend for research in Brazil (Summer 1990) Fulbright-Hays Post-doctoral Training Fellowship for research in Brazil (1985-86) Tinker Fellowship for Post-doctoral Research (declined, 1985) Social Science Research Council Post-doctoral Research Grant (declined, 1985) Fulbright-CIES Lecturer/Research Fellowship, Brazil (Summer 1983) Fulbright-CIES Research Fellowship (declined, spring 1983) Social Science Research Council Post-doctoral Research Grant (declined, 1982) National Endowment for the Humanities Independent Research Fellowship (July-Dec.1982)