Stone Project Faculty regularly collaborate with other Brown University Faculty, including and especially faculty from the following centers and projects:
Political Theory Project
How significantly are contemporary distributions of wealth shaped by historical injustice? Can emerging economies develop in ways that are just, equitable, and ecologically sustainable? The Political Theory Project (PTP) is an interdisciplinary research center at Brown University investigating these and other questions. The mission of the PTP is to invigorate the study of institutions and ideas that make societies free, prosperous, and fair.
Spatial Structures in the Social Sciences – S4 – is the scholarly space for exchange among faculty and students working on issues of geography, networks, and context in myriad settings. Work supported by S4 ranges from simple map-making, through a wide range of applications in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), to innovative research with the latest concepts and methods in spatial analysis.
The Population Studies and Training Center provides a dynamic environment in which our researchers contribute to the resolution of human population issues in the 21st century through interdisciplinary collaborations with a global perspective. Our scholars are committed to a population science that recognizes that people and places are connected, and that health and well-being are intertwined with our social, economic, and political systems.
Complex problems require informed solutions. The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University seeks to promote a just and peaceful world through research, teaching, and public engagement.