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Current SIS PhD Students

Rachel Hannah Nadelman

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Rachel is a third year student in the SIS PhD program.

Previous Education

MA in International Affairs – The New School (2006)

BA in Comparative Literature, French and English – Brown University (2000)

Professional Experience

9 years in international development at:

  • American Jewish World Service
  • The Genesis Foundation
  • The World Bank
  • The Huariou Commission and Groots International
  • Fellow at the Argentine Ministry of Economy and Finance)

New York city Community Service at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan.

Awards & Fellowships

  • Brown University Starr Fellow
  • Ford Foundation Fellow at the New School 2005
  • Featured New School alumni 2012
  • SIS summer methods funding recipient 2012
  • Aspen Institute Socrates Fellowship recipient 2013
  • Center for Latin American and Latino Studies' Tinker Field Research Grant, recipient 2013
  • SIS PhD summer fellowship recipient 2013.

Research Interests

International Development,Mining/natural resources and foreign direct investment,environment and development, the global economy, community/social movement voice in development processes, transnational advocacy networks, Gender and Development, Latin America and the Caribbean (particularly Haiti), Community Driven Development


email: rachelnadelman@gmail.com

Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications

MONOGRAPHS BOOK CHAPTERS (in print and ebooks) ARTICLES REPORTS and Working Papers