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Fellow Spotlight: Ian McCready-Flora

Ian McCready-Flora works mainly on Ancient Greek Philosophy (especially Aristotle and Plato), and has substantial side interests in contemporary Aesthetics, Epistemology and Applied Ethics. He is trying to understand Aristotle's conception of rationality: what is it about human thinking that distinguishes it from the sorts of thinking other animals are capable of? >>

Fellow Spotlight: Hidetaka Hirota

Hidetaka Hirota is a historian of American immigration. He received his PhD in History from Boston College, where his dissertation was awarded the university’s best humanities dissertation prize. His major research and teaching interests include race and ethnicity in America with special attention to issues of nativism, American immigration law and policy, wealth and poverty in America, global migration, and transnational history. >>

Fellow Spotlight: Brian Goldstone

Brian Goldstone received his PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Duke University. His book project, The Miraculous Life: Scenes from the Charismatic Encounter in Northern Ghana, explores the recent incursion of charismatic churches into northern Ghana, a rural, predominantly Muslim region whose inhabitants -- long the object of expropriations and interventions of various kinds -- have increasingly become the target of evangelistic efforts undertaken by Christians from the south. >>