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									                                   Matthias vom Hau
                                                                               September 2006
                                    CURRICULUM VITAE

                       Department of Sociology, Maxcy Hall, Box 1916
                        Brown University, Providence, RI 02912, USA
                  Tel: (1)(401) 274 55 92 (home); (1)(401) 863 77 98 (work)
                                   Fax: (1)(401) 863 32 13
                               Matthias_vom_Hau@Brown.edu

Education
Brown University, Department of Sociology, Ph.D. expected in May 2007
   Dissertation: “Contested Inclusion: A Comparative Study of Nationalism in Mexico,
   Argentina, and Peru”
   Committee: James Mahoney (Chair), José Itzigsohn, Dietrich Rueschemeyer
Brown University, Department of Sociology, M.A., May 2001
   Masters’ Thesis: “Ethnic Organization, Political Citizenship, and the Cohesion of Immigrant
   Communities: A Case Study of Turkish and Polish Immigrant Groups in Berlin”
Humboldt University of Berlin, Department of Cultural Studies, Zwischenprüfung (B.A.
   equivalent), August 1999

Research and Teaching Interests
Nationalism and Ethnicity                                 Political Sociology
Comparative/Historical Sociology                          International Migration
Globalization and Development                             Social Theory

Article Publications
José Itzigsohn and Matthias vom Hau. “Unfinished Imagined Communities: States, Social
    Movements, and Nationalism in Latin America,” Theory and Society 29 (April 2006), pp.
    193-212.
Matthew Lange, James Mahoney, and Matthias vom Hau, “Colonialism and Development: A
    Comparative Analysis of Spanish and British Colonies,” American Journal of Sociology
    111: 5 (March 2006), pp. 1412-1462.
James Mahoney and Matthias vom Hau, “Colonial States and Economic Development in Spanish
   America,” in Matthew Lange and Dietrich Rueschemeyer, eds., States and Development:
   Historical Antecedents of Stagnation and Advance (New York: Palgrave Press, 2005), pp.
   92-116.
Aaron Katz, Matthias vom Hau, and James Mahoney, “Explaining the Great Reversal in Spanish
    America: Fuzzy-Set Analysis versus Regression Analysis,” Sociological Methods and
    Research 33: 4 (May 2005), pp. 539-573. Revised version published as “Fuzzy-Set Analysis
    and Statistical Analysis as Rival Tools. Explaining the Great Reversal in Spanish America,”
    in Sabine Kropp and Michael Minkenberg, eds., Vergleichen in der Politikwissenschaft
    (Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2005), pp. 116-139.


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Manuscripts under Review and in Progress
Matthias vom Hau, “Contested Inclusion: State Power and Nationalism in Peru.” Under review.
Matthias vom Hau, “Teaching the Nation? Textbooks, Teachers, and National Identity in
    Mexico, Peru, and Argentina.” In progress.
Matthias vom Hau, “Una transformación truncada: nacionalismo y educación en el gobierno de
    Velasco.” In progress.

Book Reviews
Dietrich Rueschemeyer, Lawyers and Their Society: A Comparative Study of the Legal
    Profession in Germany and in the United States. Sociological Forum 20:2 (June 2005), pp.
    327-329.
Mónica Quijada, Carmen Bernand y Arnd Schneider, Homogeneidad y nación: Con un estudio
   de caso: Argentina, siglos XIX y XX (with José Itzigsohn). Revista Mexicana de Sociología
   65: 4 (October 2004), pp. 807-809.
Oliver Geden, Männlichkeitskonstruktionen in der Freiheitlichen Partei Österreichs: Eine
    qualitativ-empirische Untersuchung. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie 29: 3
    (September 2004), pp. 72-74.

Major Fellowships
International Dissertation Field Research Fellowship, Social Science Research Council (SSRC),
     September 2003-August 2004
Research Grant for Doctoral Candidates, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), June-
    September 2004
Craig M. Cogurt Dissertation Fellowship, Center for Latin American Studies, Brown University,
    September 2005-May 2006

Other Awards and Honors
Alden Spear, Jr. Memorial Award for Superior Achievement in the M.A. Thesis, Brown
    University, Department of Sociology, May 2001
Scholarship, Student Workshop on Rethinking Inequalities, European Sociological Association,
    Torun (Poland), September 7-8, 2005
William and Flora Hewlett Fellow in the Oaxaca Summer Institute on Modern Mexico, June-
    July 2003
Scholarship, Institute for Qualitative Research Methods, Arizona State University, January 6-17,
    2003
Graduate Student Representative, Department of Sociology, Brown University, September 2001
    – May 2003
Tinker Field Research Grant, Center for Latin American Studies, Brown University, June-July
    2002

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Pre-Dissertation Travel Grant, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University,
    June-July 2002
Scholarship, German Socioeconomic Panel (GSOEP) Data User Workshop, Cornell University,
    September 8-10, 2001
Office for International Programs Fellowship, Brown University, September 1999 – May 2000
Travel Award for Study Abroad, Humboldt University Berlin, September 1999

Lectures
“States, Movements, and Nationalism: Peru in Comparative Perspective.” Colloquium on
    Comparative Research (CCR), Watson Institute, Brown University, March 22, 2006.
“Nacionalismo y educación en el gobierno de Velasco.” Instituto de Estudios Peruanos (IEP),
   Lima, February 9, 2006.
“Imaginarios nacionales y libros escolares: un estudio comparativo de Argentina, México y
    Perú.” Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Buenos Aires, August
    23, 2004.
“Inclusiones conflictivas: un estudio comparativo del nacionalismo en Argentina, México y
    Perú.” Instituto de Estudios Peruanos (IEP), Lima, March 25, 2004.
“Transformations of Nationalism in 20th Century Argentina, Mexico, and Peru.” Nueva
    Academia de Letrán, Oaxaca (Mexico), July 17, 2003.
“The Role of the State in Nation-Building in 20th Century Latin America.” Effective and
    Defective States Seminar Series, Brown University, April 24, 2003.
“Contextualizing Immigrant Cultural Practices: Turkish and Polish Immigrants in Germany“
   (keynote address). Workshop on Hybrid Culture: Recent Films on Minorities in Germany,
   Brown University, November 2, 2002.

Conference Papers
“Contested Inclusion: State Power and Nationalism in Peru.” American Sociological Association
   Meeting, Montreal, August 11-14, 2006.
“Instructing the Nation? Textbooks, Teachers, and National Identity in Mexico, Peru, and
    Argentina.” Latin American Studies Association Meeting, San Juan (Puerto Rico), March
    16-19, 2006.
“Instructing the Nation? Textbooks, Teachers, and National Identity in Mexico, Peru, and
    Argentina.” European Sociological Association Meeting, Torun (Poland), September 9-12,
    2005.
“States, Movements, and Nationalism in Argentina.” American Sociological Association
    Meeting, Philadelphia, August 13-16, 2005.
“State Power and Nationalism: The Case of Argentina, 1930-1955.” Northeastern Political
    Science Association Meeting, Boston, November 11-13, 2004.
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“Explaining the Great Reversal in Spanish America: Fuzzy-Set Analysis versus Statistical
   Analysis.” European Consortium for Political Research Conference, Marburg (Germany),
   September 18-21, 2003.
“Indigenous People, Colonialism, and Social Development in Spanish America” (with James
    Mahoney). American Sociological Association Meeting, Atlanta, August 16-19, 2003.
“Constructing Ethnic Cohesion: A Comparative Analysis of Turkish and Polish Immigrants in
   Berlin.” American Sociological Association Meeting, Atlanta, August 16-19, 2003.
“Transformaciones del Nacionalismo en América Latina y sus Implicaciones Teóricas.”
    Congreso Iberoamericano de Ética y Filosofía Política, Madrid, September 16-20, 2002.
“Social Capital: Towards a Theoretical and Methodological Framework for Explaining
    Immigrant Political Participation.” American Sociological Association Meeting, Chicago,
    August 16-19, 2002.
“Unfinished Imagined Communities: The Theoretical Implications of Nationalism in Latin
   America” (with José Itzigsohn). American Sociological Association Meeting, Chicago,
   August 16-19, 2002.

Research Experience
Dissertation Research in Mexico, Peru, and Argentina, September 2003 – August 2004
    (Visiting Scholar at the Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales (IIS) of the National Autonomous
    University of Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico City, the Instituto de Estudios Peruanos (IEP) in Lima;
    and the Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) in Buenos Aires)

Editorial Associate for Studies in Comparative International Development (SCID), Brown
    University, Watson Institute for International Studies, June 2005 – present
Research Assistant for Professor Dietrich Rueschemeyer, “Useable Theory: Analytic Tools for
    Social Research,” Brown University, Watson Institute for International Studies, Fall 2004
Research Assistant for Professor James Mahoney, “Long-Run Development and the Legacy of
    Spanish Colonialism in Latin America,” Brown University, Department of Sociology,
    September 2001 – May 2003
Consultant, Culture and Public Action Initiative, World Bank, Washington, D.C., August 2002 –
   December 2002
Research Assistant, “International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement
    (IEA) Civic Education Study,” Humboldt University of Berlin, Department of Education,
    August 1998 – August 1999




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Teaching Experience
Instructor for Race, Class, and Ethnicity, Brown University, Department of Sociology, Spring
     2007
Instructor for Social Change in Latin America, Brown University, Department of Sociology, Fall
     2006
Teaching Assistant, Brown University, Department of Sociology
   Globalization and Social Conflict, Spring 2005, Professor Patrick Heller
   Social Exclusion and Social Inequality, Spring 2001, Professor Hillary Silver
   Sociological Theory, Fall 2000, Professor James Mahoney
Sheridan Center Teaching Certificate, Brown University. In progress.

Professional Memberships
American Sociological Association: Sections on Historical Sociology, Sociology of Culture, and
   International Migration
Latin American Studies Association

Languages and Experience Abroad
Languages: German (native speaker); English (fluent); Spanish (fluent); Dutch (conversant);
   French (reading)
Field Research: Mexico (Summer 2002, September – December 2003); Peru (January – April
    2004; July 2005); Argentina (May – August 2004)
Countries lived in: Germany (20 years); Mexico (3 years); Belgium (18 months); Bosnia-
   Herzegovina (6 months); United States (7 years)

Academic References
Professor James Mahoney
Department of Political Science
Scott Hall, 601 University Place
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL 60201
Phone: (847) 491-2626         Email: James-Mahoney@Northwestern.edu
Professor José Itzigsohn
Department of Sociology, Maxcy Hall, Box 1916
Brown University, Providence, RI 02912
Phone: (401) 863-2528       Email: Jose_Itzigsohn@Brown.edu
Professor Dietrich Rueschemeyer
Watson Institute for International Studies, Box 1970
Brown University, Providence, RI 02912
Phone: (401) 863-3348          Email: Dietrich_Rueschemeyer@Brown.edu


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