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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


Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications

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