The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law April 2013
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Amy Cohen Awarded Competitive Radcliffe Fellowship

Amy Cohen

Amy Cohen

Professor Amy Cohen has been chosen as a 2013-2014 Radcliffe Institute Fellow. The prestigious fellowship, which aims to support and open intellectual atmosphere by bringing together scholars from a variety of disciplines, provides each recipient with one year at Harvard University’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Professor Cohen will relocate to Harvard for the 2013-2014 academic year in order to pursue the Fellowship.

Fewer than 5 percent of applicants are accepted each year, and the more than 600 fellows since 1999 have included MacArthur “Genius” Award winners, Pulitzer Prize winners, Tony Award winners, noted scientists, as well as Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren. Professor Cohen will join former Harvard Law professor Warren as one of only a dozen or so law professors chosen for the Fellowship.

Professor Cohen’s work during the Fellowship will examine food regulation in developing countries. She previously spent five months in India on a Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship at the West Bengal University of Juridical Sciences studying the regulation of increasingly large supermarket chains as it was unfolding on the ground, interviewing farmers, traders, corporate leaders, policymakers, small and large retailers and middle class consumers in the east Indian state of West Bengal about how retail corporations are attempting to reshape how food is produced and consumed in the “new” India.

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