Deere - CURRICULUM VITAE Carmen Diana Deere Professor of...

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CURRICULUM VITAE Carmen Diana Deere Professor of Food and Resource Economics and Latin American Studies University of Florida ADDRESS: Center for Latin American Studies TEL: (352) 392-0375 319 Grinter Hall FAX: (352) 392-7682 P.O. Box 115530 EMAIL: deere@ufl.edu University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-5530 PLACE OF BIRTH: Carlsbad, New Mexico, USA EDUCATION: B.A. 1967 University of Colorado, Boulder (International Affairs/Economics, with honors) M.A. 1968 The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (Development Studies) Ph.D. 1978 University of California, Berkeley (Agricultural Economics) AWARDS 1997 Chancellor's Medal recipient for outstanding research, teaching and service, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Book and Article Awards: 2006 James A. Robertson Prize, Conference on Latin American History, for “Liberalism and Married Women’s Property Rights,” best article in HAHR in 2005 2003 Bryce Wood Book Award, Latin American Studies Association, for Empowering Women 2002 Best Book Award, New England Council of Latin American Studies, for Empowering Women 2002 Best Book Award, Latino Literary Hall of Fame, History Division, for Empowering Women 2002 Best Book Award, Cuban Academy of Sciences, Social Science Division, for Historias Agrarias 2001 Best Book Award, University of Havana, for Historias Agrarias 1998 Joseph P. Criscenti Best Article Award, New England Council of Latin American Studies, for “Here Come the Yankees!” 1991 Best Book Award, New England Council of Latin American Studies, for Household and Class Relations Fellowships:
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2 2000 Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Fellow, Brazil 1996 Bacardi Family Eminent Scholar in Latin American Studies, University of Florida 1992 Faculty Research Fellow, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague 1984 Faculty Fellow, Kellogg Institute, University of Notre Dame 1981-82 Faculty Fellow, The Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College 1975-77 International Doctoral Research Fellowship for Latin America and the Caribbean, American Council of Learned Societies and Social Science Research Council 1975 Inter-American Foundation Doctoral Fellowship (declined) 1975 Woodrow Wilson Fellowship (declined, named Honorary Fellow) 1973-76 Ford Foundation Graduate Fellowship for Puerto Ricans 1967 Celia M. Howard Fellow at The Fletcher School (sponsored by the Business and Professional Women’s Federation) Research Grants: 2009-11 Foreign Ministry of The Netherlands, MDG3 Fund, for a comparative study of women and asset accumulation in Ecuador, Ghana and India 2008 The World Bank, for a study on improving data collection on gender and assets in Latin America 2006-07 The World Bank, for a study on measuring women’s assets in developing countries 2002-03 The World Bank, for a study of the impact of women’s land rights in Latin America 1998 The Rockefeller Foundation Study and Conference Center, Bellagio, Italy 1997-01 The Ford Foundation, for a comparative study of gender and land rights in Latin America and the dissemination of findings
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