Brian J Dill PhD
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Specializations / Research Interest(s)
- development, political sociology, globalization, sustainability, renewable energy
My research addresses two interdependent issues in sociology: the production, nature, and application of state power; the meaning, processes, and practices of international development. To date I have used one particularly pervasive approach to development - i.e., community-based development - as a lens to understand not only how the supposed division between state and society is produced but also why the idea or effect of the state has a significant political reality.
- PhD., University of Minnesota
- Soc 122: Africa in World Perspective
- Soc 226: Political Sociology
- Soc 364: Impacts of Globalization
- Soc 561: Development Theories/Strategies
- Dill, Brian. Fixing the African State: Recognition, Politics, and Community-Based Development in Tanzania. . New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2013.
- "Who Beneﬁts from Market-Based Carbon Mitigation?." Perspectives on Global Development and Technology (2011):
- Dill, Brian. "Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) and Norms of Participation in Tanzania: Working Against the Grain." African Studies Review 53(2):23–48 (2010):
- Dill, Brian J. "The Paradoxes of Community-Based Participation in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania." Development and Change (2009):
- "Public-Public Partnerships in Urban Water Provision: The Case of Dar es Salaam." Journal of International Development (2009):
- Dill, Brian. Governing Africa’s Cities. . Political Sociology 2009 Newsletter. 2009.
- Transnational Studies
- Environmental Sociology
- State, Law, and Society