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AFRICAN AMERICANS

Elman, Cheryl. Fertility Differentials Between African American and White Women in the Early Twentieth Century American South.

Farrington, Joshua. Forgotten Republicans: African Americans and the Party of Lincoln, 1948-1972.

Flynn, Karen. African American Nurses and Travel: Collaboration and Social Remittances.

Kayser, John. Early History of Racially Segregated Schools of Social Work.

Lundeen, Elizabeth. The General Education Board's Involvement in Higher Education for African Americans: The Case of North Carolina College for Negroes, 1909-1930.

Purnell, Brian. Unmaking the Ghetto: Community Development in Bedford-Styvesant during the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements.

Schultz, Mark. The Battle for the Schoolhouse in Jim Crow Georgia.

Thuesen, Sarah C. The General Education Board and the Racial Leadership of Black Education in the South, 1920-1960.

Thurber, Timothy. African American Civil Rights and the Republican Party.

Wooten, Melissa. A Sociological Analysis of The United Negro College Fund, 1944-1954.

AGRICULTURE

Baranski, Marci. The wide adaptation of wheat: Expanding the Rockefeller Foundation's international agricultural research program.

Brinkmann, Mankel. Fighting World Hunger on a Global Scale: The Rockefeller Foundation and the Green Revolution in Mexico.

da Silva, Claiton Marcio. Science, Agriculture and Nation Building: IRI Research Institute (IRI) and the Conquest of the "Campos Cerrados" in Brazil (1946-1980).

Hess, Gary R. The Rockefeller Foundation & Economic Development in India, 1950-1975.

Kelly, Stephanie. Exporting Modernity: U.S. Foundations and Latin American Development, 1950-1980.

Lin, James. International Development Organizations and Agricultural Development in Taiwan, 1945-1975.

Matchett, Karin. Scientific Agriculture Across Borders: The Rockefeller Foundation and Collaboration between Mexico and the U.S. in Corn Breeding.

Olsson, Tore. Green Revolutions: Rockefeller Agronomy from the American South to Mexico.

Peterson, Paul. Improving Potato Production in Mexico: John S. Niederhauser and Rockefeller Foundation-Sponsored Research during the 1950s and 1960s

Rosenberg, Gabriel. The Programa Interamericano para la Juventud Rural (Inter-American Rural Youth Program) and Rural Modernization in Cold War Latin America.

Shepherd, Chris. The Rockefeller Foundation and Agriculture in Peru.

Thurner, Lance. The Transformation of the Mexican Agricultural Program: From Experiment into Ideology.

Welch, Clifford. Rockefeller and the Origins of Agribusiness in Brazil.

White, Ben. Software for Asia's Green Revolution: The Agricultural Development Council, Arthur Mosher and 'Getting Agriculture Moving'.

ARCHITECTURE AND MATERIAL CULTURE

Buxton, William. Imagining Rockefeller Center.

Caramellino, Gaia. Rockefeller Family Involvement in New York Housing during the 1930s: European Models and the American Legacy.

Carroll, Katherine L. Modernizing the American Medical School and its Architecture.

del Real, Patricio. Building a Continent: The Museum of Modern Art and the Politics of Circulating Images.

Engle, Elizabeth. Cultural Resources in a "Natural" Park: Early Preservation Efforts at Menor's Ferry in Grand Teton National Park.

Kikuchi, Yuko. The Cold War Design Business of Russel Wright and JDR 3rd.

Kilinc, Kivanc. The Central Institute of Hygiene: Modernism and Gender in Early Republican Turkey.

Kohlstedt, Matt. From Artifacts to People Facts at the Oriental Institute.

Lima, Zueler R. M. A., Nelson A. Rockefeller and Art Patronage in Brazil after World War II: Assis Chateaubriand, the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) and the Musee de Arte Moderna (MAM).

Renner, Andrea. The American Way: IBEC Housing Projects in Latin America.

Rose, Kenneth. John D. Rockefeller and the Forest Hill Housing Development in Cleveland, Ohio

Rose, Kenneth. Partners in Housing Reform: The Apartment Developments of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Charles O. Heydt, and Andrew J. Thomas

Shkuda, Aaron. The Downtown Lower Manhattan Association.

Siwi, Marcio. Urban Renewal North and South: The Case of São Paulo and New York During and After WWII.

Zugay, Brian. The Interchurch World Movement and the Scientific Survey of American Religious Architecture, 1919-1924.

ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Intrator, Miriam. Wartime Planning, Postwar Response: Rockefeller Foundation Contributions to Cultural Reconstruction in Post-World War II Europe.

Yasue, Izumi Koide. U.S. Field Seminar on Library Reference services for Japanese Librarians: Naomi Fukuda's Activities in the Late 1950s.

ART, ART HISTORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY

Buxton, William. Imagining Rockefeller Center.

Ceglio, Clarissa. The Wartime Work of U.S. Museums.

Del Gais, Deborah. Two Remarkable Women/Sisters

del Real, Patricio. Building a Continent: The Museum of Modern Art and the Politics of Circulating Images.

Ithurbide, Christine. Shaping a Contemporary Art Scene: The Development of Artistic Circulation, Networks, and Cultural Policies between India and the U.S. since the 1950's.

Kohlstedt, Matt. From Artifacts to People Facts at the Oriental Institute.

Kumar, Brinda. Collecting Art, Narrating Culture: Indian Art in John D. Rockefeller 3rd Asian Collections.

Lima, Zueler R. M. A., Nelson A. Rockefeller and Art Patronage in Brazil after World War II: Assis Chateaubriand, the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) and the Musee de Arte Moderna (MAM).

Lu, Di Yin. The International Market for Chinese Art in the 1940s and 1950s: The Rockefellers and Chinese Antiquities.

Van Beurden, Sarah. African Art at the Museum of Primitive Art.

Wang, Yiyou. Art Dealers, the Rockefellers and the Network of Chinese Art in America

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

Andrews, Thomas G. The Road to Ludlow: Work, Environment, and Industrialization in Southern Colorado, 1869-1914.

da Silva, Claiton Marcio. Science, Agriculture and Nation Building: IRI Research Institute (IRI) and the Conquest of the "Campos Cerrados" in Brazil (1946-1980).

Dighe, Ranjit.S. Business Support for Prohibition and Its Repeal

Dochuk, Darren. Anointed With Oil: God and Black Gold in Modern America.

Hinck, Laurie. Intersections and Detours: Tracing Standard Oil's Trails through Grand Teton National Park

Kikuchi, Yuko. The Cold War Design Business of Russel Wright and JDR 3rd.

Nicoletta, Julia. Networks of Power: The New York World's Fair of 1964-1965

Renner, Andrea. The American Way: IBEC Housing Projects in Latin America.

Rose, Kenneth. John D. Rockefeller and the Forest Hill Housing Development in Cleveland, Ohio

Rose, Kenneth. Partners in Housing Reform: The Apartment Developments of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Charles O. Heydt, and Andrew J. Thomas

Scarpellini, Emanuela. Supermarkets Italiani: Nelson A. Rockefeller's International Basic Economy Corporation and the Introduction of Supermarkets to Italy.

Shkuda, Aaron. The Downtown Lower Manhattan Association.

Welch, Clifford. Rockefeller and the Origins of Agribusiness in Brazil.

CHILDREN AND YOUTH

Gauthier, Shaloma and Rodogno, Davide. The Near East Relief's Caucasus Branch Operation (1919-1920).

Hagesfeld, Elise. Shaping the Debate and Setting Standards: Foundation Philanthropy and Reforming Child Welfare, 1909-1940.

Hitchcock, Laurel Iverson. Coordinated Care for Crippled Children in New York during the Infantile Paralysis Epidemic of 1916

Koslow, Jennifer Lisa. The Pervasive Use of Exhibits for Public Health Education.

Stewart, John. The Commonwealth Fund, Child Guidance, and Psychiatric Social Work in Britain, 1918-1939.

Whitehead, Kay. The Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial: Women Educators and Transnational Knowledge Exchange in Early Childhhood Education.

CRIME, CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM

Dighe, Ranjit.S. Business Support for Prohibition and Its Repeal

Neptune, Jessica. The Making of the "Carceral State": Race, Punitive Politics, and the Changing Logic of Incarceration, New York, 1956-1986.

CULTURAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY

Aitken, Rob. Film and the Making of Postwar Internationalism: Progressive Filmmaking at the Rockefeller Boards, 1934-1945.

Attal, Frédéric. The Rockefeller Foundation Fellows and Grants in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 1924-1970: Renewing Social Sciences, Reshaping Academic Disciplines, and the Making of a Transnational Network in Italy.

Bauerkämper, Arnd. U.S. Foundations and Scientific Funding in West Germany, 1945 to the mid-1970s.

Borrell, A. Joseph. Running Head: Formative Foudation Support Research Note on Formative Foundation Support for Minority-Language Broadcasting.

Brison, Jeffrey. The Memory of Mackenzie King: American Philanthropy, "a Canadian biography and Canadian History."

Ceglio, Clarissa. The Wartime Work of U.S. Museums.

Cohen, Antonin. The Scientific Construction of Europe: Comparing the Birth and Development of European Integration Studies across Nations (1945-1975).

Ekbladh, David. The Internationalist's Hub: Rockefeller Funds and "Being in a Troublesome World" of the 1930s and 1940s.

Engstrom, Susannah. The Potentials of Performance: the Role of the Rockefeller Foundation and Rockefeller Brothers Fund in the Development of Regional Professional Theater.

Faure, Justine. The Rockefeller Foundation Fellows in Social Sciences: Transnational Networks and Construction of Disciplines - The Example of East Central Europe.

Hauptmann, Emily. The Development of Philanthropic Interest in the Scientific Study of Political Behavior.

Horne, Julia. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Modern Australian University, 1926-1942.

Intrator, Miriam. Wartime Planning, Postwar Response: Rockefeller Foundation Contributions to Cultural Reconstruction in Post-World War II Europe.

Kohlstedt, Matt. From Artifacts to People Facts at the Oriental Institute.

Kridel, Craig. Towards an Understanding of Progressive Education and "School": Lee Dick's 1939 Documentary Film on the Hessian Hills School.

Labbé, Morgane. The Rockefeller Foundation Turns to the East: Polish Social Sciences Fellows during the Interwar Period.

Lemus, Cheryl. The Cultural History of Pregnancy.

Long, David. C.A.W. Manning and Academic International Relations.

Maekawa, Reiko. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Intellectual Life of Refugee Scholars during the Cold War.

Moore, Cecelia. "The Discovery of Ourselves": The Rockefeller Foundation and Regional Drama in the 1930s.

Nicoletta, Julia. Networks of Power: The New York World's Fair of 1964-1965.

Noguchi, Kazumi. Collaboration between the Philanthropic Sector and Government on Public Diplomacy between Japan and the United States in the 1930s-1960s: Its Implications for Current U.S.-Japan Public Diplomacy and Influence on Japanese Philanthropy.

Nowaczewska, Renata. American Private Foundations and Reinforcement of Democracy in the Cold War Europe, 1945-1968: Rockefeller Foundation as the Case Study.

Nowaczewska, Renata. The Ford Foundation and the Reinforcement of Democracy in Cold War Europe, 1950-69.

Rossiter, Margaret. The Rockefeller Foundation and the History of Science.

Sastre-Juan, Jaume. Interpreting Science for a General Public: the Rockefeller Foundation and the Politics of Science Popularization in the 1930s.

Shields, Brittany. The Rockefeller Foundation and Centers of Mathematics: Richard Courant from the University of Göttingen to New York University.

Stapleton, Darwin. Historical Perspectives on Philanthropy and the Humanities in the United States and Australia.

Syga, Judith. Philanthropic American Foundations and German Social Sciences in the Inter-War Period.

Van Beurden, Sarah. African Art at the Museum of Primitive Art.

Weber, Peter. U.S. Foundations in Weimar Germany: Asymmetries and Misunderstandings.

Yasue, Isumi Koide. U.S. Field Seminar on Library Reference services for Japanese Librarians: Naomi Fukuda's Activities in the Late 1950s.

ECONOMICS

Brady, Gordon L. The Rockefeller Foundation's Financing of the NBER Study of the Soviet Economy.

Hess, Gary R. The Rockefeller Foundation & Economic Development in India, 1950-1975.

Heukelom, Floris. A Sense of Mission: The Alfred P. Sloan and Russell Sage Foundation's Behavioral Economics Program (1984-1992).

deRouvray, Cristel. Joseph Willits, Anne Bezanson and Economic History: 1939-1954.

EDUCATION

Adam, Thomas. The Scholarship Program of the General Education Board from 1950 to 1954.

Aitken, Rob. Film and the Making of Postwar Internationalism: Progressive Filmmaking at the Rockefeller Boards, 1934-1945.

Buxton, William J. Rockefeller Family Support for W1XAL/WRUL, "Boston's Vest-pocket BBC"

Buxton, William J. Rockefeller Support for Projects on the Use of Motion Pictures for Educational and Public Purposes, 1935-1954.

Carroll, Katherine L. Modernizing the American Medical School and its Architecture.

Faria, Lina Rodrigues de. Scientific Traditions in Brazil: The History of the Instituto de Higiene in Sao Paulo.

Hull, Andrew. The Rockefeller Foundation's Attempts to Seed Scientific Medicine in Europe, Britain and the Empire after 1919: The Welsh National School of Medicine, Cardiff.

Kayser, John. Early History of Racially Segregated Schools of Social Work.

Kridel, Craig. Examining the Educational Film Work of Alice Keliher and the Human Relations Series of Films and Mark A. May and the Secrets of Success Program.

Kridel, Craig. Progressive Education in the Black High School: The General Education Board's Black High School Studay, 1940-1948.

Kridel, Craig. Towards an Understanding of Progressive Education and "School": Lee Dick's 1939 Documentary Film on the Hessian Hills School.

Lapeyre, Jaime and Nelson, Sioban. Elisabeth Crowell and Visiting Nurse Education in Europe, 1917-1925.

Loss, Christopher. Remapping the Midcentury Metropolis: The Ford Foundation and the Joint Center for Urban Studies of MIT and Harvard University.

Lundeen, Elizabeth. The General Education Board's Involvement in Higher Education for African Americans: The Case of North Carolina College for Negroes, 1909-1930.

Moreno, Mónica. The Relationship between the Sociology Program at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia and the Rockefeller Foundation and the Ford Foundation: A Preliminary Description of Dynamics.

Perrillo, Jonna. Teacher Research and the Rockefellers.

Quesada, Fernando. The Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship Program in Chile (1938-1970).

Rose, Kenneth W. John D. Rockefeller, The American Baptist Education Society and the Growth of Baptist Higher Education in the Midwest.

Rose, Kenneth. The Problematic Legacy of Judge John Handley: R. Gray Williams, The General Education Board, and Progressive Education in Winchester, Virginia, 1895-1924

Rose, Kenneth W. Why a University for Chicago and Not Cleveland? Religion and John D. Rockefeller's Early Philanthropy, 1855-1900.

Schrum, Ethan. Rockefeller Foundation Attempts to Stimulate City Planning and Urban Research in American Universities before World War II.

Schultz, Mark. The Battle for the Schoolhouse in Jim Crow Georgia.

Shepperd, Josh. Rockefeller Underwriting of Local, Regional, and National Educational Broadcasting Experiments, 1934-1940.

Shermer, Elizabeth. Nelson Rockefeller and the State University of New York's Rapid Rise and Decline.

Stapleton, Darwin; Stapleton, Donna. Little Science: the Paradoxes of Research and Education in the Sciences at Swarthmore College, 1935-1965.

Thuesen, Sarah C. The General Education Board and the Racial Leadership of Black Education in the South, 1920-1960.

Wells, Amy E. Southern Scholars and Emerging Universities in the South.

Whitehead, Kay. The Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial: Women Educators and Transnational Knowledge Exchange in Early Childhhood Education.

Wooten, Melissa. A Sociological Analysis of The United Negro College Fund, 1944-1954.

ENVIRONMENT

Andrews, Thomas G. The Road to Ludlow: Work, Environment, and Industrialization in Southern Colorado, 1869-1914.

Brock, Julia. Northern Hunting Plantations in the Red Hills Region, 1870-1930.

Engle, Elizabeth. Cultural Resources in a "Natural" Park: Early Preservation Efforts at Menor's Ferry in Grand Teton National Park.

Furmansky, Dyana. Role Model for a Conservationist: John D. Rockefeller's Relationship to Nature.

Gioielli, Robert. Foundations and American Environmentalism after World War Two.

Hinck, Laurie. Intersections and Detours: Tracing Standard Oil's Trails through Grand Teton National Park

Soll, David. Watershed Moments: An Environmental History of the New York City Water Supply.

Stradling, David. The Hudson River and the Boundaries of Environmentalism

GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC POLICY

Adler, Paul. Planetary Citizens: U.S. NGOs and the Struggle Over Globalization, 1972-1989.

Barrett, Marsha. The Rockefeller Era: 1958-1966.

Bracken, Hillary. Public Health or Rural Reconstruction? Developing Pratapgarh District, 1930-1940.

Brison, Jeffrey. The Memory of Mackenzie King: American Philanthropy, "a Canadian biography and Canadian History."

Clemens, Elisabeth. Private Philathropy and the Public Sector.

Drago, Fulvio. Dealing with an Interdependent and Fragmented World: The Origins of the Trilateral Commission.

Dunning, Claire. Private Money and the Public Good: Nonprofit Organizations in Two Eras of Boston's Urban Development, 1960-1990.

Hitchcock, Laurel Iverson. Coordinated Care for Crippled Children in New York during the Infantile Paralysis Epidemic of 1916

Holmes, Todd. The Ever-Shrinking Middle Ground: Nelson Rockefeller in the Face of Reaganism.

Laprise, John. Listening in on DC: Soviet Eavesdropping and the Origins of US Information Policy.

Marquez, Benjamin. Minority Cause Lawyers and Civil Rights Activism: The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF).

McLay, Mark. Lyndon B. Johnson and the Republican Challenge to the Great Society.

Merchant, Emily. Demography and Population Politics.

Morgenfeld, Leandro. Nelson A. Rockefeller and the normalization of Argentina-U.S. diplomatic relations in 1945.

Neptune, Jessica. The Making of the "Carceral State": Race, Punitive Politics, and the Changing Logic of Incarceration, New York, 1956-1986.

Rodberg, Josie. "Human Rights, Women's Rights, States' Rights: The Politics of Federal Family Planning Programs, 1965-1988".

Schlichting, Kara. Progress and Protest: The Evolution of Public Works on Long Island under Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller.

Sharnak, Debbie. The Fracturing Human Rights Consensus: Uruguay's Contested History of Human Rights.

Silverstein, Sara. Man of an Impossible Mission?: Andrija Štampar's Separation of Politics and Healthcare in Yugoslavia and the World Health Organization.

Soll, David. Watershed Moments: An Environmental History of the New York City Water Supply.

Stradling, David. The Hudson River and the Boundaries of Environmentalism

Yon, Richard M. Emerging From the Shadow: The Vice Presidency in the Modern Era

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Allison, Jessica. Transnational Medicine: The Rockefeller Foundation and Cuba, 1913-1950

Bator, Stefanie. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Philippine Islands, 1913-1935.

Bosemberg, Luis Eduardo. The U.S., Nazi Germany, and the CIAA in Latin America during WW II.

Brodski, Yehonathan. The Near East Foundation Records at the Rockefeller Archive Center.

Capello, Ernesto. Imaginary Hemispheres: Myriad Latin American Perspectives Engage Nelson Rockefeller in 1969.

Capello, Ernesto. Writing the Gringo Patron: Popular Responses to Nelson Rockefeller's 1969 Presidential Mission to Latin America

Ceglio, Clarissa. The Wartime Work of U.S. Museums.

de Souza, Carlos Roberto. Para la defensa de las Americas: The Pictorial Magazine En Guardia in Nelson A. Rockefeller's Propaganda Compaign for Latin America during World War II.

del Real, Patricio. Building a Continent: The Museum of Modern Art and the Politics of Circulating Images.

Drago, Fulvio. Dealing with an Interdependent and Fragmented World: The Origins of the Trilateral Commission.

Ekbladh, David. The Internationalist's Hub: Rockefeller Funds and "Being in a Troublesome World" of the 1930s and 1940s.

Gauthier, Shaloma. Efforts to Eradicate Malaria in Palestine.

Gauthier, Shaloma and Rodogno, Davide. The Near East Relief's Caucasus Branch Operation (1919-1920).

Guthrie, Jason. Enrique Sanchez de Lozada, the Andean Indian Program, and the Rockefeller Archive Center (RAC): A Report on Research at the Archives.

Herman, Rebecca. Public Health and Hemisphere Defense during World War II.

Intrator, Miriam. Wartime Planning, Postwar Response: Rockefeller Foundation Contributions to Cultural Reconstruction in Post-World War II Europe.

Ithurbide, Christine. Shaping a Contemporary Art Scene: The Development of Artistic Circulation, Networks, and Cultural Policies between India and the U.S. since the 1950's.

Kasperski, Ken. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Administration of the Philippines.

Kelly, Stephanie. Exporting Modernity: U.S. Foundations and Latin American Development, 1950-1980.

Knudsen, Dino. The Formation of the Trilateral Commission.

Little, Branden. Band of Crusaders: American Humanitarians, the Great War, and the Remaking of the World

Lin, James. International Development Organizations and Agricultural Development in Taiwan, 1945-1975.

Long, David. C.A.W. Manning and Academic International Relations.

Marchesi, Greta. Nelson A. Rockefeller's Office of International Affairs and the Roots of United States Hemispheric Development Policy, 1940-1946.

Matchett, Karin. Scientific Agriculture Across Borders: The Rockefeller Foundation and Collaboration between Mexico and the U.S. in Corn Breeding.

Mooney, Jadwiga E. Pieper. "Global Man" Meets Local Women:Examining Public Health, Fertility Regulation, and Gender Equity in Chile

Morgenfeld, Leandro. Nelson A. Rockefeller and the normalization of Argentina-U.S. diplomatic relations in 1945.

Noguchi, Kazumi. Collaboration between the Philanthropic Sector and Government on Public Diplomacy between Japan and the United States in the 1930s-1960s: Its Implications for Current U.S.-Japan Public Diplomacy and Influence on Japanese Philanthropy.

Nowaczewska, Renata. American Private Foundations and Reinforcement of Democracy in the Cold War Europe, 1945-1968: Rockefeller Foundation as the Case Study.

Nowaczewska, Renata. The Ford Foundation and the Reinforcement of Democracy in Cold War Europe, 1950-69.

Pacino, Nicole. "A Small Oasis in a Large Intellectual Desert": Debates over Rockefeller Foundation Funding to Revolutionary Bolivia.

Proctor, Tammy. U.S. Food Aid and the Expectation of Gratitude, 1914-1950.

Rose, Kenneth. The Rockefeller Foundation's Fellowship Program in Turkey, 1925-1983

Rosenbaum, Thomas Rockefeller Philanthropies in Revolutionary Russia.

Rosenberg, Gabriel. The Programa Interamericano para la Juventud Rural (Inter-American Rural Youth Program) and Rural Modernization in Cold War Latin America.

Sharnak, Debbie. The Fracturing Human Rights Consensus: Uruguay's Contested History of Human Rights.

Silverstein, Sara. Man of an Impossible Mission?: Andrija Štampar's Separation of Politics and Healthcare in Yugoslavia and the World Health Organization.

Sohasky, Kate. Capitalizing I.Q.: Intelligence as Human Capital in the Twentieth Century.

Urban, Kelly. Agents of Change?: the International Health Division in Cuba, 1935-1942.

Verna, Chantalle. The Role of International Aid in Creating Ties Between Haiti and The United States, 1934-1957.

Wachtmann, Jenna. Democracy Assistance in Post-Communist Russia: Case Studies of the Ford Foundation, the C.S. Mott Foundation, and the National Endowment for Democracy.

Zeller, Neici. "In the Times of Shots and Shells": Early Contacts between the Rockefeller Foundation and the Dominican Republic, 1911-1946.

LABOR

Andrews, Thomas G. The Road to Ludlow: Work, Environment, and Industrialization in Southern Colorado, 1869-1914.

Bruce, Kyle. Democracy or Seduction? The Demonization of Scientific Management and the Deification of Human Relations.

LEISURE, RECREATION AND TOURISM

Brock, Julia. Northern Hunting Plantations in the Red Hills Region, 1870-1930.

Engle, Elizabeth. Colter Bay Village: Understanding the Historic Significance of the Recent Past in Grand Teton National Park.

Engle, Elizabeth. Cultural Resources in a "Natural" Park: Early Preservation Efforts at Menor's Ferry in Grand Teton National Park.

Nicoletta, Julia. Networks of Power: The New York World's Fair of 1964-1965

Ward, Evan. The Worlds of John D. Rockefeller 3rd, Asia, Aesthetics, and Ambiguity.

MASS COMMUNICATIONS

Borrell, A. Joseph. Running Head: Formative Foudation Support Research Note on Formative Foundation Support for Minority-Language Broadcasting.

Burns, James. Unhooking the Hookworm: The Making and Uses of a Public Health Film.

Buxton, William J. Rockefeller Family Support for W1XAL/WRUL, "Boston's Vest-pocket BBC"

Buxton, William J. Rockefeller Support for Projects on the Use of Motion Pictures for Educational and Public Purposes, 1935-1954.

de Souza, Carlos Roberto. Para la defensa de las Americas: The Pictorial Magazine En Guardia in Nelson A. Rockefeller's Propaganda Compaign for Latin America during World War II.

Giraud, Yann. Visualizing the American Economy: from Social Science to Mass-Communication and Beyond, 1920s-1960s.

Hilmes, Michele. Creating Links between British and American Broadcasters in the 1930s.

Kridel, Craig. Examining the Educational Film Work of Alice Keliher and the Human Relations Series of Films and Mark A. May and the Secrets of Success Program.

Krysko, Michael. American Broadcasting and American Identities, 1920-1950.

Sastre-Juan, Jaume. Interpreting Science for a General Public: the Rockefeller Foundation and the Politics of Science Popularization in the 1930s.

Shepperd, Josh. Rockefeller Underwriting of Local, Regional, and National Educational Broadcasting Experiments, 1934-1940.

Tobias, James. Composing for the Media: Hanns Eisler and Rockefeller Foundation Projects in Film Music, Radio Listening, and Theatrical Sound Design.

MEDICINE AND HEALTH CARE

Allison, Jessica. Transnational Medicine: The Rockefeller Foundation and Cuba, 1913-1950

Altink, Henrice. From a Clinical to a Public Health Problem?: The Control of Tuberculosis in Jamaica, c. 1918-1982.

Baker, Stephanie. The Limitations of International Health Campaigns: Mexico's Experience with the Rockefeller Foundation, 1940-1950.

Barnes, Nicole Elizabeth. The Rockefeller Foundation's China Medical Board and Medical Philanthropy in Wartime China, 1938-1945.

Baum, Emily. The Peking Union Medical College and Beiping Psychopathic Hospital.

Briggs, Jill. "Jamaica Advancing"?: The Rockefeller Tuberculosis Commission and the Tensions Between Research and Eradication.

Briggs, Jill. The Jamaica Hookworm Commission (1918-1920).

Bu, Liping. John B. Grant and Public Health in China.

Canavan, Barbara. Collaboration Across the Pond: Influenza Virus Research.

Chambré, Susan. Hegemony or Collaboration? The Role of Foundations in Tuberculosis and Polio Policy, 1885-1930.

Dahlquist, Marina. Unhooking the Hookworm: The Rockefeller Foundation and Mediated Health.

da Silva Magalhães, Rodrigo Cesar. International Cooperation in Health in the Interwar Period: The Rockefeller Foundation's Worldwide Anti-Yellow Fever Campaign and its Implementation in Brazil (1918-1939).

Fang, Xiaoping. Dedicated to a Medical Career in the "Heaven Below": David Duncan Main's Correspondence, 1914-1926.

Foster, Shawn. John Black Grant's Public Health Effort in China, 1918-1937

Frontani, Heidi. NGOs, Disease Control, and Development: The Rockefeller Foundation and Wellcome Trust in Colonial Africa.

Gauthier, Shaloma. Efforts to Eradicate Malaria in Palestine.

Gavrus, Delia. Perfect Timing: Policy Change at the Rockefeller Foundation and the Establishment of the Montreal Neurological Institute

Gell-Redman, Micah. A Review of Programmatic Material on Malaria Control Campaigns.

Hitchcock, Laurel Iverson. Coordinated Care for Crippled Children in New York during the Infantile Paralysis Epidemic of 1916

Hubbard, Joshua. Rockefeller Philanthropy and Maternal/Infant Health in the Republic of China.

Hull, Andrew. The Rockefeller Foundation's Attempts to Seed Scientific Medicine in Europe, Britain and the Empire after 1919: The Welsh National School of Medicine, Cardiff.

Korndörfer, Ana Paula. Fighting Ancylostomiasis (hookworm infection) in Southern Brazil: Cooperation between the Rockefeller Foundation and the Government of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (1919-1923).

Lapeyre, Jaime and Nelson, Sioban. Elisabeth Crowell and Visiting Nurse Education in Europe, 1917-1925.

Lossio, Jorge. Geography, Nationalism and Mining Development in the Emergence of High Altitude Pathologies

Lusk, Brigid. Overlooked Soldiers in the Cancer Wars: Nurses and Cancer, 1880-1950.

Mann, Tamara. Honor Thy Father and Mother: Old Age in a New America, 1945-1965.

Meerwijk, Maurits. Dengue Fever, the Rockefeller Foundation, and Southeast Asia.

Mooney, Jadwiga E. Pieper. Exploring Twentieth-Century Politics of Health and Rights through the Biographical Lens: The Life of Chilean Medical Doctor Benjamin Viel Vicuña.

Moran-Thomas, Amy. In Search of the "Philanthropic Plum:" Diabetes Research, Hookworm Interventions, and Comparative Philanthropy in Historical Perspective.

Oltman, Adele. Liberalism and the Politics of Public Health in New York City.

Ramanna, Mridula. Health Care in Bombay Presidency, 1900-1937.

Samanta, Arabinda. Help Fight Malaria in Bengal: A Study in the Intervention of Rockefeller Foundation.

Sarkar, Natasha. India Battles Influenza: A Case Study Analysis of the 1918 and 1968 Pandemics.

Scheffler, Robin Wolfe. Popular and Medical Attitudes toward Cancer Virus Research and Cancer Vaccination, Drawn from the Collections of the Rockefeller Archive Center.

Shi, Yan. Robert Kho-Seng Lim and the Meandering Path for the Localization of Peking Union Medical College.

Shi-yung, Liu. Key issues to insert American Medical to Post-war Taiwan.

Silverstein, Sara. Man of an Impossible Mission?: Andrija Štampar's Separation of Politics and Healthcare in Yugoslavia and the World Health Organization.

Tappan, Jennifer. Endemic Yellow Fever and Immunization in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Urban, Kelly. Agents of Change?: the International Health Division in Cuba, 1935-1942.

Wang, Yong. To Benefit the Needs of the Chinese People: Roger Sherman Greene's Scientific, Medical and Educational Mission in China (1914-1935).

Williams, Rebecca. The Rockefeller Foundation, the Population Council, and Indian Population Control.

Wynchank, Sinclair. The History of Radiobiology and the Contributions of L. H. Gray.

Wynchank, Sinclair. The Rockefeller Foundation and its support of Radiobiology up to the 1970s.

Zhen, Cheng. Anna D. Wolf: The First Dean of the PUMC School of Nursing.

MENTAL HEALTH

Baum, Emily. The Peking Union Medical College and Beiping Psychopathic Hospital.

Stewart, John. The Commonwealth Fund, Child Guidance, and Psychiatric Social Work in Britain, 1918-1939.

MUSIC AND PERFORMING ARTS

Engstrom, Susannah. The Potentials of Performance: the Role of the Rockefeller Foundation and Rockefeller Brothers Fund in the Development of Regional Professional Theater.

Moore, Cecelia. "The Discovery of Ourselves": The Rockefeller Foundation and Regional Drama in the 1930s.

Tobias, James. Composing for the Media: Hanns Eisler and Rockefeller Foundation Projects in Film Music, Radio Listening, and Theatrical Sound Design.

Vandagriff, Rachel. The Martha Baird Rockefeller Fund for Music.


NEW YORK CITY AND STATE

Barrett, Marsha. 'Governor Rockefeller for Governor': The 1966 New York Gubernatorial Campaign.

D'Antonio, Patricia. Rockefeller Foundation and Health Demonstration Projects 1920-1940.

Goldstein, Brian. A City Within a City: Community Development and the Struggle Over Harlem, 1961-2001.

Guy, Geoffrey. Planning Through the Private Sphere and the Transformation of Reform in Early Twentieth Century America.

Koslow, Jennifer Lisa. The Pervasive Use of Exhibits for Public Health Education.

Oltman, Adele. Liberalism and the Politics of Public Health in New York City.

Schlichting, Kara. Progress and Protest: The Evolution of Public Works on Long Island under Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller.

Soll, David. Watershed Moments: An Environmental History of the New York City Water Supply

Stradling, David. The Hudson River and the Boundaries of Environmentalism

NURSING

Barnes, Nicole Elizabeth. The Rockefeller Foundation's China Medical Board and Medical Philanthropy in Wartime China, 1938-1945.

Bator, Stefanie. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Philippine Islands, 1913-1935.

Bator, Stefanie. Women are the Way Forward: The Rockefeller Foundation in the Philippines, 1923-1932.

D'Antonio, Patricia. Rockefeller Foundation and Health Demonstration Projects 1920-1940.

Flynn, Karen. African American Nurses and Travel: Collaboration and Social Remittances.

Godden, Judith. The Rockefeller Foundation and Australian Nursing.

Kreutzer, Susanne. The Rockefeller Foundation and Professionalization of Nursing in West Germany.

Lapeyre, Jaime and Nelson, Sioban. Elisabeth Crowell and Visiting Nurse Education in Europe, 1917-1925.

Lusk, Brigid. Overlooked Soldiers in the Cancer Wars: Nurses and Cancer, 1880-1950.

Saunier, Pierre-Yves. Worlds of Nursing: The Rockefeller Moment

Wall, Rosemary. The International Health Division's Views on Nursing Practice, Policy and Education in British Malaysia.

Zhang, Dewen. Rockefeller Foundation and China's Wartime Nursing, 1937-1945.

Zhen, Cheng. Anna D. Wolf: The First Dean of the PUMC School of Nursing.

PHILANTHROPY, CHARITY AND THE NONPROFIT SECTOR

Adler, Paul. Planetary Citizens: U.S. NGOs and the Struggle Over Globalization, 1972-1989.

Amrith, Sunil. Rockefeller Foundation and Postwar Public Health in India.

Bator, Stefanie. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Philippine Islands, 1913-1935.

Bauerkämper, Arnd. U.S. Foundations and Scientific Funding in West Germany, 1945 to the mid-1970s.

Borck, Cornelius. Mediating Philanthropy in Changing Political Circumstances: The Rockefeller Foundation's Funding for Brain Research in Germany, 1930-1950.

Brison, Jeffrey. The Memory of Mackenzie King: American Philanthropy, "a Canadian biography and Canadian History."

Brodski, Yehonathan. The Near East Foundation Records at the Rockefeller Archive Center.

Chambré, Susan. Hegemony or Collaboration? The Role of Foundations in Tuberculosis and Polio Policy, 1885-1930.

Clemens, Elisabeth. Private Philathropy and the Public Sector.

Dunning, Claire. Private Money and the Public Good: Nonprofit Organizations in Two Eras of Boston's Urban Development, 1960-1990.

Frontani, Heidi. NGOs, Disease Control, and Development: The Rockefeller Foundation and Wellcome Trust in Colonial Africa.

Gioielli, Robert. Foundations and American Environmentalism after World War Two.

Heukelom, Floris. A Sense of Mission: The Alfred P. Sloan and Russell Sage Foundation's Behavioral Economics Program (1984-1992).

Hinokawa, Shizue. The Rockefeller Foundation's Decision-making Process in Funding the 184-inch Cyclotron.

Hubbard, Joshua. Rockefeller Philanthropy and Maternal/Infant Health in the Republic of China.

Kelly, Stephanie. Exporting Modernity: U.S. Foundations and Latin American Development, 1950-1980.

Lima, Zueler R. M. A., Nelson A. Rockefeller and Art Patronage in Brazil after World War II: Assis Chateaubriand, the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) and the Musee de Arte Moderna (MAM).

Limberg, Michael. "A Full Round of Life for All": Transforming New East Relief into the Near East Foundation.

Little, Branden. Band of Crusaders: American Humanitarians, the Great War, and the Remaking of the World

Miglio, Sarah. America's Sacred Duty: Near East Relief and the Armenian Crisis, 1915-1930.

Moran-Thomas, Amy. In Search of the "Philanthropic Plum:" Diabetes Research, Hookworm Interventions, and Comparative Philanthropy in Historical Perspective.

Morcillo Laiz, Álvaro. Adaptations, Organizations, and Intermediaries: Philanthropy and the Reception of Max Weber in Spanish-speaking Countries (1939-1973).

Orig, Sharon. Rockefeller Philanthropy and the Filipino Diaspora.

Pallo, Gabor. Decision-making in the Rockefeller Foundation's Projects in Hungary.

Pallo, Gabor. The Rockefeller Foundation's Activity in Hungary.

Perkins, Alfred. An Apprenticeship in Philanthropy: Edwin Rogers Embree and the Rockefeller Foundation, 1917-1927

Plosceanu, Violeta Emilia. The Rockefeller Foundation in Romania: For A Crossed History of Social Reform and Science

Proctor, Tammy. U.S. Food Aid and the Expectation of Gratitude, 1914-1950.

Ramirez, Gracia. Rockefeller Support for Non-Commercial Film, 1935-1939.

Rose, Kenneth W. John D. Rockefeller, The American Baptist Education Society and the Growth of Baptist Higher Education in the Midwest.

Rose, Kenneth W. The Problematic Legacy of Judge John Handley: R. Gray Williams, The General Education Board, and Progressive Education in Winchester, Virginia, 1895-1924

Rose, Kenneth W. The Rockefeller Foundation's Fellowship Program in Turkey, 1925-1983

Rose, Kenneth, and Stapleton, Darwin. Rockefeller, Religion, and Philanthropy in Gilded Age Cleveland.

Rosenbaum, Thomas Rockefeller Philanthropies in Revolutionary Russia.

Sacks, Eleanor. Frederick Harris Goff, Rockefeller Philanthropy and the Early History of U.S. Community Foundations.

Schortgen, Alicia. Revisiting the Filer Commission: John D. Rockefeller 3rd's Legacy.

Stapleton, Darwin. Historical Perspectives on Philanthropy and the Humanities in the United States and Australia.

Verna, Chantalle. The Role of International Aid in Creating Ties Between Haiti and The United States, 1934-1957.

Wachtmann, Jenna. Democracy Assistance in Post-Communist Russia: Case Studies of the Ford Foundation, the C.S. Mott Foundation, and the National Endowment for Democracy.

Wooten, Melissa. A Sociological Analysis of The United Negro College Fund, 1944-1954.

POLITICS

Barrett, Marsha. 'Governor Rockefeller for Governor': The 1966 New York Gubernatorial Campaign.

Barrett, Marsha. The Rockefeller Era: 1958-1966.

Farrington, Joshua. Forgotten Republicans: African Americans and the Party of Lincoln, 1948-1972.

Kirk, John. Winthrop Rockefeller: Arkansas Politics.

Knudsen, Dino. The Formation of the Trilateral Commission.

Holmes, Todd. The Ever-Shrinking Middle Ground: Nelson Rockefeller in the Face of Reaganism.

McLay, Mark. Lyndon B. Johnson and the Republican Challenge to the Great Society.

Power, Margaret. Gender, Modernity and Technology: Chile During Four Different Political Regimes, 1964-2000.

Rivas, Darlene. Nelson A. Rockefeller: A Twentieth Century Life.

Silverstein, Sara. Man of an Impossible Mission?: Andrija Štampar's Separation of Politics and Healthcare in Yugoslavia and the World Health Organization.

Taranto, Stacie. Debating Family Values: Women, Grassroots Politics, and the New Right

Thurber, Timothy. African American Civil Rights and the Republican Party.

POPULATION AND POPULATION GROWTH

Braun, Ramona. Agents of Fertility: The Ford Foundations' Fertility Research Program Guided by its Biomedical Advisors.

Caulier, Mathieu. The Making of Global Biomedical Science: Christopher Tietze and the Globalization of Contraceptive Research.

Cho, Eunjoo. Population Control and Local Elites in the "Third World": the Family Planning Program in Postcolonial South Korea.

Elman, Cheryl. Fertility Differentials Between African American and White Women in the Early Twentieth Century American South.

Goswami, Shashwati. The Role of the Ford Foundation in Shaping Family Planning Communication Policies in India.

Huang, Yu-ling. The Population Council and Population Control in Postwar East Asia.

Huang, Yu-Ling. The Population Council, World Population Problem, and Contraceptive Studies during the Early Postwar Era.

Kelly, Stephanie. Exporting Modernity: U.S. Foundations and Latin American Development, 1950-1980.

McQuade, Lena. Economic Constraints Impacting the Establishment of Reproductive Public Health in New Mexico, 1919-1940.

Merchant, Emily. Demography and Population Politics.

Mesner, Maria. Engineering Global Population: The Reasoning and Policies of the Population Council.

Mooney, Jadwiga E. Pieper. "Global Man" Meets Local Women:Examining Public Health, Fertility Regulation, and Gender Equity in Chile

Parmar, Daksha. Population Control, Foundations and Development of Demographic Research Centres in Maharashtra (India): 1950-1970.

Power, Margaret. Gender, Modernity and Technology: Chile During Four Different Political Regimes, 1964-2000.

Sreenivas, Mytheli. Population Policy in India: The Role of the Rockefeller Foundation and the Population Council.

Ramsden, Edmund. Between Quality and Quantity: The Population Council and the Politics of 'Science-making' in Eugenics and Demography, 1952- 1965.

Ramsden, Edmund. Negotiating the Problems of Population: Demography, Ecology, and Family Planning in the Post-war United States.

Rodberg, Josie. "Human Rights, Women's Rights, States' Rights: The Politics of Federal Family Planning Programs, 1965-1988".

Takeuchi, Aiko. The Transnational Politics of Public Health and Population Control: The Rockefeller Foundation's Role in Japan, 1920s-1950s.

Williams, Rebecca. The Rockefeller Foundation, the Population Council, and Indian Population Control.

Williams, Rebecca. Rockefeller Foundation Support to the Khanna Study: Population Policy and the Construction of Demographic Knowledge, 1945-1953.

PUBLIC HEALTH

Allison, Jessica. Transnational Medicine: The Rockefeller Foundation and Cuba, 1913-1950

Altink, Henrice. From a Clinical to a Public Health Problem?: The Control of Tuberculosis in Jamaica, c. 1918-1982.

Amrith, Sunil. Rockefeller Foundation and Postwar Public Health in India.

Baker, Stephanie. The Limitations of International Health Campaigns: Mexico's Experience with the Rockefeller Foundation, 1940-1950.

Barona, Josep. The Rockefeller Foundation and the League of Nations: Cooperation in International Health.

Bator, Stefanie. Women are the Way Forward: The Rockefeller Foundation in the Philippines, 1923-1932.

Bell, Heather Yellow Fever in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan

Bracken, Hillary. Public Health or Rural Reconstruction? Developing Pratapgarh District, 1930-1940.

Briggs, Jill. "Jamaica Advancing"?: The Rockefeller Tuberculosis Commission and the Tensions Between Research and Eradication.

Briggs, Jill. The Jamaica Hookworm Commission (1918-1920).

Bu, Liping. John B. Grant and Public Health in China.

Burns, James. Unhooking the Hookworm: The Making and Uses of a Public Health Film.

Canavan, Barbara. Collaboration Across the Pond: Influenza Virus Research.

Castagneto, Pierangelo. Hostilities against Malaria: The Rockefeller Foundation in Bulgaria.

Dahlquist, Marina. Unhooking the Hookworm: The Rockefeller Foundation and Mediated Health.

D'Antonio, Patricia. Rockefeller Foundation and Health Demonstration Projects 1920-1940.

da Silva Magalhães, Rodrigo Cesar. International Cooperation in Health in the Interwar Period: The Rockefeller Foundation's Worldwide Anti-Yellow Fever Campaign and its Implementation in Brazil (1918-1939).

Dugac, Zeljko. The Rockefeller Foundation in Croatia - Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes (Kingdom of Yugoslavia).

Dugac, Zelko. Rockefeller Philanthropy and Health Education in Croatia.

Elman, Cheryl. Fertility Differentials Between African American and White Women in the Early Twentieth Century American South.

Faria, Lina Rodrigues de. Scientific Traditions in Brazil: The History of the Instituto de Higiene in Sao Paulo.

Foster, Shawn. John Black Grant's Public Health Effort in China, 1918-1937

Gauthier, Shaloma. Efforts to Eradicate Malaria in Palestine.

Gell-Redman, Micah. A Review of Programmatic Material on Malaria Control Campaigns.

González, Elisa. Food for Every Mouth: Nutrition, Agriculture, and Public Health in Puerto Rico, 1926-1966.

Gouda, Frances. Discipline versus Gentle Persuasion in Colonial Public Health: The Rockefeller Foundation's Intensive Rural Hygiene Work in the Netherlands East Indies, 1925-1940

Hall, Marcus. Today Sardinia, Tomorrow the World: Malaria, the Rockefeller Foundation, and Mosquito Eradication.

Herman, Rebecca. Public Health and Hemisphere Defense during World War II.

Hubbard, Joshua. Rockefeller Philanthropy and Maternal/Infant Health in the Republic of China.

Kasperski, Ken. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Administration of the Philippines.

Kilinc, Kivanc. The Central Institute of Hygiene: Modernism and Gender in Early Republican Turkey.

Korndörfer, Ana Paula. Analysis of the work by Rockefeller Foundation to train high public health professionals in Brazil (1917-1951) based on a prosopographical study.

Korndörfer, Ana Paula. Fighting Ancylostomiasis (hookworm infection) in Southern Brazil: Cooperation between the Rockefeller Foundation and the Government of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (1919-1923).

Koslow, Jennifer Lisa. The Pervasive Use of Exhibits for Public Health Education.

Kreutzer, Susanne. The Rockefeller Foundation and Professionalization of Nursing in West Germany.

Kuo, Wen-Hua. Taiwan's Malaria Eradication in a Global Context.

McQuade, Lena. Economic Constraints Impacting the Establishment of Reproductive Public Health in New Mexico, 1919-1940.

Meerwijk, Maurits. Dengue Fever, the Rockefeller Foundation, and Southeast Asia.

Mooney, Jadwiga E. Pieper. Exploring Twentieth-Century Politics of Health and Rights through the Biographical Lens: The Life of Chilean Medical Doctor Benjamin Viel Vicuña.

Moran-Thomas, Amy. In Search of the "Philanthropic Plum:" Diabetes Research, Hookworm Interventions, and Comparative Philanthropy in Historical Perspective.

Pacino, Nicole. "A Small Oasis in a Large Intellectual Desert": Debates over Rockefeller Foundation Funding to Revolutionary Bolivia.

Ramanna, Mridula. Health Care in Bombay Presidency, 1900-1937.

Ramirez de Arellano, Annette. Adaptive Planning: The Work of Dr. John B. Grant in Three Settings.

Samanta, Arabinda. Help Fight Malaria in Bengal: A Study in the Intervention of Rockefeller Foundation.

Samsky, Ari. Brazilian Probes, African Pills: History and Resistance in Global Health.

Sarkar, Natasha. India Battles Influenza: A Case Study Analysis of the 1918 and 1968 Pandemics.

Schleiermacher, Sabine. The Primacy of the Political: The Rockefeller Foundation and post WW II Germany.

Silverstein, Sara. Man of an Impossible Mission?: Andrija Štampar's Separation of Politics and Healthcare in Yugoslavia and the World Health Organization.

Stern, Alexandra Minna. Tropical Disease Campaigns in Panama: The Entanglement of American Colonial Medicine and Medical Humanitarianism

Takeuchi, Aiko. The Transnational Politics of Public Health and Population Control: The Rockefeller Foundation's Role in Japan, 1920s-1950s.

Tappan, Jennifer. Endemic Yellow Fever and Immunization in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Thoman, Eric. B. Historic Hookworm Prevalence Rates and Distribution in the Southeastern United States: Selected Findings of the Rockefeller Sanity Commission for the Eradication of Hookworm.

Urban, Kelly. Agents of Change?: the International Health Division in Cuba, 1935-1942.

Wall, Rosemary. The International Health Division's Views on Nursing Practice, Policy and Education in British Malaysia.

Zeller, Neici. "In the Times of Shots and Shells": Early Contacts between the Rockefeller Foundation and the Dominican Republic, 1911-1946.

RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS

Foote, Nicola. Race, Gender and Public Policy in Ecuador, 1895-1960.

Griffith, Sarah. Survey of Race Relations on the Pacific Coast, 1923-1925.

Jinks, Rebecca. Near East Relief and the Rescue of "Absorbed" Armenian Women, 1915-21.

Kayser, John. Early History of Racially Segregated Schools of Social Work.

Kirk, John. Winthrop Rockefeller: Arkansas Politics.

Kridel, Craig. Progressive Education in the Black High School: The General Education Board's Black High School Studay, 1940-1948.

Lundeen, Elizabeth. The General Education Board's Involvement in Higher Education for African Americans: The Case of North Carolina College for Negroes, 1909-1930.

Marquez, Benjamin. Minority Cause Lawyers and Civil Rights Activism: The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF).

Morey, Maribel. The Making of an American Dilemma: The Philanthropists and Social Scientists of the Civil Rights Movement.

Neptune, Jessica. The Making of the "Carceral State": Race, Punitive Politics, and the Changing Logic of Incarceration, New York, 1956-1986.

Orig, Sharon. Rockefeller Philanthropy and the Filipino Diaspora.

Schultz, Mark. The Battle for the Schoolhouse in Jim Crow Georgia.

Thuesen, Sarah C. The General Education Board and the Racial Leadership of Black Education in the South, 1920-1960.

REFUGEE SCHOLARS

Klein, Shira. Italian Jewish Émigrés in the United States, 1938-1950.

Löhr, Isabella. The Rockefeller Foundation Fellows in the Social Sciences (1920s-1970): Transnational Networks, Construction of Disciplines and Policy Making in the Age of Globalization.

Maekawa, Reiko. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Intellectual Life of Refugee Scholars during the Cold War.

Shields, Brittany. The Rockefeller Foundation and Centers of Mathematics: Richard Courant from the University of Göttingen to New York University.

Stapleton, Darwin. Intellectuals Flee from Fascism: Rockefeller Support of Social Scientists, 1933-1945.

RELIGION

Boger, Gretchen. How Missionaries' Ideas and Experiences Impacted a Broader American Christian Community in the 20th Century.

Dochuk, Darren. Anointed With Oil: God and Black Gold in Modern America.

Miglio, Sarah. America's Sacred Duty: Near East Relief and the Armenian Crisis, 1915-1930.

Piehler, G. Kurt. A Religious History of the American Servicemen and Servicewomen (GI's) in World War II.

Rose, Kenneth W. Why a University for Chicago and Not Cleveland? Religion and John D. Rockefeller's Early Philanthropy, 1855-1900.

Rose, Kenneth W., and Stapleton, Darwin H. Rockefeller, Religion, and Philanthropy in Gilded Age Cleveland.

Zugay, Brian. The Interchurch World Movement and the Scientific Survey of American Religious Architecture, 1919-1924.

ROCKEFELLER FAMILY

Barrett, Marsha. The Rockefeller Era: 1958-1966.

Boger, Gretchen. How Missionaries' Ideas and Experiences Impacted a Broader American Christian Community in the 20th Century.

Del Gais, Deborah. Two Remarkable Women/Sisters

Dochuk, Darren. Anointed With Oil: God and Black Gold in Modern America.

Furmansky, Dyana. Role Model for a Conservationist: John D. Rockefeller's Relationship to Nature.

Kumar, Brinda. Collecting Art, Narrating Culture: Indian Art in John D. Rockefeller 3rd Asian Collections.

Rivas, Darlene. Nelson A. Rockefeller: A Twentieth Century Life.

Rose, Kenneth. John D. Rockefeller and the Golf House in Lakewood, New Jersey

Wang, Yiyou. Art Dealers, the Rockefellers and the Network of Chinese Art in America

Ward, Evan. The Worlds of John D. Rockefeller 3rd, Asia, Aesthetics, and Ambiguity.

SCIENCE: GENERAL

Manias, Chris. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Excavation of Peking Man.

Sastre-Juan, Jaume. Interpreting Science for a General Public: the Rockefeller Foundation and the Politics of Science Popularization in the 1930s.

Stapleton, Darwin; Stapleton, Donna. Little Science: the Paradoxes of Research and Education in the Sciences at Swarthmore College, 1935-1965.

SCIENCE: BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL

Borck, Cornelius. Mediating Philanthropy in Changing Political Circumstances: The Rockefeller Foundation's Funding for Brain Research in Germany, 1930-1950.

Braun, Ramona. Agents of Fertility: The Ford Foundations' Fertility Research Program Guided by its Biomedical Advisors.

Cassata, Francesco. An American Utopia: Adriano Buzzati-Traverso (1913-1983) and the International Laboratory of Genetics and Biophysics in Naples.

Caulier, Mathieu. The Making of Global Biomedical Science: Christopher Tietze and the Globalization of Contraceptive Research.

Crowe, Nathan. A Search for Context: Cloning Teqhniques and the Work of Paul Weiss, 1930s-1960s.

Cummiskey, Julia. Placing Global Science in Africa: International Networks, Local Places, and Virus Research in Uganda, 1936-2012.

Faria, Lina Rodrigues de. Scientific Traditions in Brazil: The History of the Instituto de Higiene in Sao Paulo.

Gavrus, Delia. Perfect Timing: Policy Change at the Rockefeller Foundation and the Establishment of the Montreal Neurological Institute

Hamilton, David. Alexis Carrel's Career at the Rockefeller Institute.

Huang, Yu-Ling. The Population Council, World Population Problem, and Contraceptive Studies during the Early Postwar Era.

Lossio, Jorge. Geography, Nationalism and Mining Development in the Emergence of High Altitude Pathologies

Matchett, Karin. Scientific Agriculture Across Borders: The Rockefeller Foundation and Collaboration between Mexico and the U.S. in Corn Breeding.

Mertens, Rebecca. Institution-based discovery: Immunochemistry, serological genetics and embryology at the California Institute of Technology.

Ramsden, Edmund. Between Quality and Quantity: The Population Council and the Politics of 'Science-making' in Eugenics and Demography, 1952- 1965.

Samsky, Ari. Brazilian Probes, African Pills: History and Resistance in Global Health.

Sangodeyi, Funke. Rene Dubos and the Emerging Science of Human Microbial Ecology.

Scheffler, Robin Wolfe. Popular and Medical Attitudes toward Cancer Virus Research and Cancer Vaccination, Drawn from the Collections of the Rockefeller Archive Center.

Scholthof, Karen-Beth. The Development of Plant Virology and Serology in the Early 20th Century.

Stapleton, Darwin. Aspects of the History of Instrumentation in the Neurosciences at Rockefeller University: Nobelists Herbert Gasser and H. Keffer Hartline.

Wynchank, Sinclair. The History of Radiobiology and the Contributions of L. H. Gray.

Wynchank, Sinclair. The Rockefeller Foundation and its support of Radiobiology up to the 1970s.

SCIENCE: PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL

Hinokawa, Shizue. The Rockefeller Foundation's Decision-making Process in Funding the 184-inch Cyclotron.

Shields, Brittany. The Rockefeller Foundation and Centers of Mathematics: Richard Courant from the University of Göttingen to New York University.

SEXUALITY

SOCIAL HISTORY

Brodski, Yehonathan. The Near East Foundation Records at the Rockefeller Archive Center.

Foote, Nicola. Race, Gender and Public Policy in Ecuador, 1895-1960.

Gauthier, Shaloma and Rodogno, Davide. The Near East Relief's Caucasus Branch Operation (1919-1920).

Goldstein, Brian. A City Within a City: Community Development and the Struggle Over Harlem, 1961-2001.

Guy, Geoffrey. Planning Through the Private Sphere and the Transformation of Reform in Early Twentieth Century America.

Jinks, Rebecca. Near East Relief and the Rescue of "Absorbed" Armenian Women, 1915-21.

Mann, Tamara. Honor Thy Father and Mother: Old Age in a New America, 1945-1965.

McQuade, Lena. Economic Constraints Impacting the Establishment of Reproductive Public Health in New Mexico, 1919-1940.

Piehler, G. Kurt. A Religious History of the American Servicemen and Servicewomen (GI's) in World War II.

Proctor, Tammy. U.S. Food Aid and the Expectation of Gratitude, 1914-1950.

Rosenberg, Gabriel. The Programa Interamericano para la Juventud Rural (Inter-American Rural Youth Program) and Rural Modernization in Cold War Latin America.

Schleiermacher, Sabine. The Primacy of the Political: The Rockefeller Foundation and post WW II Germany.

Thoman, Eric. B. Historic Hookworm Prevalence Rates and Distribution in the Southeastern United States: Selected Findings of the Rockefeller Sanity Commission for the Eradication of Hookworm.

Vuic, Kara Dixon. A Touch of Home: Entertaining America's Soldiers.

Williams, Rebecca. Rockefeller Foundation Support to the Khanna Study: Population Policy and the Construction of Demographic Knowledge, 1945-1953.

SOCIAL SCIENCES

Benmergui, Leandro. The Transnationalization of the Urban "Question" in Post War Latin America

Bruce, Kyle. Democracy or Seduction? The Demonization of Scientific Management and the Deification of Human Relations.

Cohen, Antonin. The Scientific Construction of Europe: Comparing the Birth and Development of European Integration Studies across Nations (1945-1975).

deRouvray, Cristel. Joseph Willits, Anne Bezanson and Economic History: 1939-1954.

Faure, Justine. The Rockefeller Foundation Fellows in Social Sciences: Transnational Networks and Construction of Disciplines - The Example of East Central Europe.

Giraud, Yann. Visualizing the American Economy: from Social Science to Mass-Communication and Beyond, 1920s-1960s.

Hauptmann, Emily. The Development of Philanthropic Interest in the Scientific Study of Political Behavior.

Heukelom, Floris. A Sense of Mission: The Alfred P. Sloan and Russell Sage Foundation's Behavioral Economics Program (1984-1992).

Horne, Julia. The Rockefeller Foundation and the Modern Australian University, 1926-1942.

Kelly, Stephanie. Exporting Modernity: U.S. Foundations and Latin American Development, 1950-1980.

Kinsella, Arianna. Philanthropy during the Cold War, 1958-1985: A Case Study for Brazilian History in the United States and the Social Sciences in Brazil.

Labbé, Morgane. The Rockefeller Foundation Turns to the East: Polish Social Sciences Fellows during the Interwar Period.

Löhr, Isabella. The Rockefeller Foundation Fellows in the Social Sciences (1920s-1970): Transnational Networks, Construction of Disciplines and Policy Making in the Age of Globalization.

Morcillo Laiz, Álvaro. Adaptations, Organizations, and Intermediaries: Philanthropy and the Reception of Max Weber in Spanish-speaking Countries (1939-1973).

Moreno, Mónica. The Relationship between the Sociology Program at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia and the Rockefeller Foundation and the Ford Foundation: A Preliminary Description of Dynamics.

Morey, Maribel. The Making of an American Dilemma: The Philanthropists and Social Scientists of the Civil Rights Movement.

Ortoll, Servando. A Researchers' Mecca: The Joint Committee on Latin American Studies and Its Protegés.

Parmar, Daksha. Population Control, Foundations and Development of Demographic Research Centres in Maharashtra (India): 1950-1970.

Pereyra, Diego Ezequiel. American Organizations and the Development of Sociology and Social Research in Argentina. The Case of the SSRC and the Rockefeller Foundation (1927-1966).

Plotkin, Mariano. Modernity, Development and the Transnationalization of the Social Sciences in Argentina and Brazil (1930-1970)

Ramsden, Edmund. Between Quality and Quantity: The Population Council and the Politics of 'Science-making' in Eugenics and Demography, 1952- 1965.

Ramsden, Edmund. Negotiating the Problems of Population: Demography, Ecology, and Family Planning in the Post-war United States.

Schrecker, Cherry. Sociology at the New School for Social Research: An Intellectual and Pedagogical History.

Schrum, Ethan. Rockefeller Foundation Attempts to Stimulate City Planning and Urban Research in American Universities before World War II.

Stapleton, Darwin. Intellectuals Flee from Fascism: Rockefeller Support of Social Scientists, 1933-1945.

Syga, Judith. Philanthropic American Foundations and German Social Sciences in the Inter-War Period.

Tournès, Ludovic. The Rockefeller Foundation Fellows in Social Sciences (1920s-1970): Transnational Networks, Construction of Disciplines and Policy making in the Age of Globalization.

Wells, Amy E. Southern Scholars and Emerging Universities in the South.

SOCIAL WELFARE

Caramellino, Gaia. Rockefeller Family Involvement in New York Housing during the 1930s: European Models and the American Legacy.

Hagesfeld, Elise. Shaping the Debate and Setting Standards: Foundation Philanthropy and Reforming Child Welfare, 1909-1940.

Kayser, John. Early History of Racially Segregated Schools of Social Work.

Krome-Lukens, Anna. Rockefeller Support and the Growth of Public Welfare Programs in North Carolina in the 1920s.

Limberg, Michael. "A Full Round of Life for All": Transforming New East Relief into the Near East Foundation.

Little, Branden. Band of Crusaders: American Humanitarians, the Great War, and the Remaking of the World

Miglio, Sarah. America's Sacred Duty: Near East Relief and the Armenian Crisis, 1915-1930.

Rose, Kenneth. Partners in Housing Reform: The Apartment Developments of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Charles O. Heydt, and Andrew J. Thomas

Stewart, John. The Commonwealth Fund, Child Guidance, and Psychiatric Social Work in Britain, 1918-1939.

TECHNOLOGY

Power, Margaret. Gender, Modernity and Technology: Chile During Four Different Political Regimes, 1964-2000.

Renner, Andrea. The American Way: IBEC Housing Projects in Latin America.

Stapleton, Darwin. Aspects of the History of Instrumentation in the Neurosciences at Rockefeller University: Nobelists Herbert Gasser and H. Keffer Hartline.

URBAN, SUBURBAN AND RURAL HISTORY

Benmergui, Leandro. The Transnationalization of the Urban "Question" in Post War Latin America

Brock, Julia. Northern Hunting Plantations in the Red Hills Region, 1870-1930.

Engle, Elizabeth. Colter Bay Village: Understanding the Historic Significance of the Recent Past in Grand Teton National Park.

Goldstein, Brian. A City Within a City: Community Development and the Struggle Over Harlem, 1961-2001.

Guy, Geoffrey. Planning Through the Private Sphere and the Transformation of Reform in Early Twentieth Century America.

Krome-Lukens, Anna. Rockefeller Support and the Growth of Public Welfare Programs in North Carolina in the 1920s.

Loss, Christopher. Remapping the Midcentury Metropolis: The Ford Foundation and the Joint Center for Urban Studies of MIT and Harvard University.

Purnell, Brian. Unmaking the Ghetto: Community Development in Bedford-Styvesant during the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements.

Rose, Kenneth, and Stapleton, Darwin. Rockefeller, Religion, and Philanthropy in Gilded Age Cleveland.

Rowan, Jamin. The Redevelopment of "Human and Social Values in Modern City Life": Jane Jacobs and the Rockefeller Foundation.

Schlichting, Kara. Progress and Protest: The Evolution of Public Works on Long Island under Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller.

Shkuda, Aaron. The Downtown Lower Manhattan Association.

Siwi, Marcio. Urban Renewal North and South: The Case of São Paulo and New York During and After WWII.

WOMEN

Bator, Stefanie. Women are the Way Forward: The Rockefeller Foundation in the Philippines, 1923-1932.

Bracken, Hillary. Public Health or Rural Reconstruction? Developing Pratapgarh District, 1930-1940.

Jinks, Rebecca. Near East Relief and the Rescue of "Absorbed" Armenian Women, 1915-21.

Kilinc, Kivanc. The Central Institute of Hygiene: Modernism and Gender in Early Republican Turkey.

Lemus, Cheryl. The Cultural History of Pregnancy.

Levenstein, Lisa. U.S. Women in Beijing: The Fourth World Conference on Women and the Global Politics of American Feminism.

Mesner, Maria. Engineering Global Population: The Reasoning and Policies of the Population Council.

Mooney, Jadwiga E. Pieper. "Global Man" Meets Local Women: Examining Public Health, Fertility Regulation, and Gender Equity in Chile.

Rodberg, Josie. "Human Rights, Women's Rights, States' Rights: The Politics of Federal Family Planning Programs, 1965-1988".

Taranto, Stacie. Debating Family Values: Women, Grassroots Politics, and the New Right

Whitehead, Kay. The Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial: Women Educators and Transnational Knowledge Exchange in Early Childhhood Education.

Zhang, Dewen. Rockefeller Foundation and China's Wartime Nursing, 1937-1945.

Zhou, Haipeng. Professional Opportunities for Women in Peking Union Medical College in the 1920s and 1930s.




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