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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    Katherine Meyer

    Department of Sociology Home Address: The Ohio State University 1179 Middleport Drive 238 Townshend Hall Columbus, Ohio 43235 Columbus, Ohio 43210 e-mail: meyer.23@osu.edu phone: (614) 292 6619 fax: (614) 292 6687 EDUCATION

    Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md., Postdoctoral Fellowship in Department of Social Relations; funded by National Institutes of Mental Health, and Dean's Fellowship, Faculty of Arts & Sciences

    University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, M.A; PhD Sociology; National Science Foundation Departmental Dissertation Research Award; National Institutes of Mental Health Graduate Research Traineeship

    ACADEMIC POSITIONS 2011-present Director, Sociology Program, National Science Foundation, Wash., D.C. 2004-2011 Associate Provost, Office of Academic Affairs, The Ohio State

    University (OSU) 1981-present Professor Emeritus, Professor, Associate and Assistant Professor, Sociology, The Ohio

    State University; Professor Emeritus, Professor, Rural Sociology, School of Environment and Natural

    Resources, OSU Faculty Associate, The John Glenn School of Public Affairs, OSU Faculty Associate, The Mershon Center for International Security, OSU

    RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

    Social Change, Political Sociology, Religion, Middle East, Gender, Social Movements, Rural Sociology, Methodology

    RESEARCH GRANTS 2009-2012 “NSCC/SA: Deciphering Civil Conflict in the Middle East.” National Science

    Foundation, Minerva Initiative. Craig Jenkins, Katherine Meyer, Ola Ahlqvist, Hassan Aly Co, PIs. $499,000. (While at NSF, Zhenchao Qian stands as my official negotiator)

    2005-2009 “AOC: Collaborative Research on the Dissent/Repression Nexus in the Middle East.”

    National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics Priority Area. Craig Jenkins and Katherine Meyer. Co-PIs. Lead Institution with University of Md.- College Park, Trinity University, University of Kansas. $585,000.

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    2004-2006 "Understanding Global Tensions: The Middle East.” National Science Foundation. Hermann, Richard and Katherine Meyer. Co-PIs. $99,723

    2003-2004 “Political Views of Middle East Citizens Following Western Military Intervention.” National Science Foundation. Katherine Meyer. $55,000.

    2000-2002 “The Lay Ministry Project.” Lilly Foundation. B. Cisco, J. Davidson, D. LeBeau, K.

    Meyer, T. Walters and C. Zech. $240,000.

    1999-2000 “Trends in American Catholicism: the Changing Laity.” The Louisville Institute and The National Catholic Reporter. W. D’Antonio, J. Davidson, D. Hoge, and K. Meyer. 40,000; $5,000.

    1994-1998 “Kuwait: The Process of Adaptation and Change Following the Gulf War.” Kuwait Institute for Scientific Development and Kuwait University. K. Meyer and Y. Ali. $171,568.

    1988-1991 “Women's Political Mobilization and Social-Psychological Adaptations to Farm Crisis.” National Science Foundation. K. Meyer and L. Lobao. $11,990. 1988-1990 “Regional Survey of Operators and Their Farming Partners.” Department of Agriculture.

    North Central Regional Center for Rural Development. P. Lasley, L. Leistritz, L. Lobao, K. Meyer. $103,690.

    1988-1990 "The Farm Crisis: Social Adaptations and Political Mobilization of Ohio Women and

    Men Farm Partners." The Ohio State University Seed Grant. K. Meyer and L. Lobao. $16,552.

    Small grants 2010-2011 “National Decisions in a Changing Epidemic: Making HIV/AIDS Policy for American Minorities and British Immigrants.” Reed Foundation. Katherine Meyer, Tasleem Padamsee. $13724 2009-2010 SBS Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship. Host/Sponsor for Tasleem Padamsee. $40,000. 2008-2009 “Rentierism and Conflict in the Middle East.” Mershon Center Faculty grant. Hassan Aly, Craig Jenkins, Katherine Meyer. $31,000. 2007-2008 “Measuring Rentier Status in the Middle East” National Science Foundation REU proposal. Katherine Meyer and Craig Jenkins. $6000. 2007-2008 “Palestinian Immigration and Emigration in the Middle East During the 1990s.” National Science Foundation REU proposal. Katherine Meyer and Craig Jenkins. $6000. 2007-2008 “Organizational Networks in the Middle East” National Science Foundation REU proposal. Katherine Meyer and Craig Jenkins. $6000 2007-2008 “Summer Study and Research on Dissent and Repression.” NSF Research Experience for

    Undergraduates. Katherine Meyer and Craig Jenkins. $6000. 2006-2007 “The Dissent/Repression Nexus in the Middle East.” Mershon Center Faculty Grant.

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    Katherine Meyer and Craig Jenkins. $6110. 2006 “TABARI and Events Analysis Data for the Middle East.” College of Social and

    Behavioral Sciences Research Allocation Award. Craig Jenkins and Katherine Meyer $1000.

    2005-2006 “The Repression/Dissent Nexus in the Middle East.” Mershon Center Faculty Grant.

    $5100. 2004 “Repression and Dissent in the Middle East: Setting a Research Agenda.” College of

    Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Allocation Award. Katherine Meyer and Craig Jenkins. $2700.

    2004 “Repression and Dissent.” National Science Foundation. Katherine Meyer and Craig

    Jenkins. $4000. 2002 “Household, Gender, and Political Responses to Economic Downturn: Extending

    Theories of Mobilization.” College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Allocation Award. $1000.

    2002 “Political Views of Middle East Citizens Following Western Military Intervention.”

    College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Allocation Award. $1000. 2000 “Predictors of Stress and Depression for Ohio Farm Men and Women.” College of

    Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Allocation Award. $1000. 2000 “American Catholic Laity: Toward the New Millennium.” College of Social and

    Behavioral Sciences Research Allocation Award. $1000. 1999 “Changes in Citizens’ Attitudes Toward Democracy, the West, and the Arab World at

    Three Points in Time.” College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Allocation Award. $1000.

    1999 “Community and Household Effects of Changes in the Farm Economy Over Time.”

    College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Allocation Award. $1000. 1998 “Contemporary Ethnic Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Mershon Center. Z. Tshandu, C. Jenkins and K. Meyer. $5670. 1997 “Islam and Attitudes Towards Incorporating Stateless People.” The Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Research Award; matching funds from the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. $2000. 1997 “Citizens’ Attitudes Towards Democracy, the West and the Arab World: A Time Series Analysis in Postwar Kuwait.” Mershon Center. $1000. 1997 “Men’s and Women’s Changing Community Participation: An Examination of Postwar Kuwait.” College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, The Ohio State University. $1000. 1996 “The Compatibility of Islam and Democracy: The Case of Kuwait.” Mershon

    Foundation. K. Meyer and H. Rizzo. $3739.

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    1993 “Denomination, Practices and Beliefs: Effects on Well-Being of Women Farmers and

    Spouses during the Farm Crisis.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. $1000.

    1983 “International and Historical Backgrounds for Equal Rights Amendment.” College of

    Social and Behavioral Sciences, The Ohio State University. $1000. 1983 “Convergence of Political and Religious Attitudes in West Germany. College of Social

    and Behavioral Sciences, The Ohio State University. $1000. PUBLICATIONS Books

    Davidson, James D., Thomas P. Walters, Bede Cisco, O.S.B., Katherine Meyer, and Charles Zech. 2003. Lay Ministers and Their Spiritual Practices. OSV Press.

    Dʹ′Antonio, William, James Davidson, Dean Hoge and Katherine Meyer. 2001. American Catholics: Gender, Generation and Commitment. Alta-Mira: Rowman-Littlefield. Lasley, Paul, Larry Leistritz, Linda Lobao, and Katherine Meyer. 1995. Beyond the Amber Waves of Grain: An Examination of Economic and Social Restructuring in the Heartland. Boulder: Westview Press. Seidler, John and Katherine Meyer. 1989. Conflict and Change in the Catholic Church. Rutgers University Press.

    Articles Rizzo, Helen, Anne Price and Katherine Meyer. 2012. “Anti Sexual Harassment Campaign in Egypt. Mobilization. Forthcoming. Jenkins, J. Craig, Katherine Meyer, Matthew Costello, Hassan Aly. 2011. “International Rentierism in the Middle East, 1971 – 2008.” International Area Studies Review 14: 3-

    31.

    Meyer, Katherine. 2011 “Presidential Address: Religion in Global Perspective.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50, 2: 240-251.

    Tetreault, Mary Ann, Katherine Meyer and Helen Rizzo. 2009. “Women’s Rights in the Middle East: Longitudinal Study of Kuwait.” International Political Sociolog