2011 Grant Recipients

Summary of Graduate Student Projects

  • Ignacio Krell Rivera, Department of Environmental Studies | Development with Identity, Tourism, and Mapuche Struggles in Chile: Unpacking Ethno-Tourism Discourse and Practice
  • Ivan Sandoval, Department of Anthropology | Organizing Agriculture: Milpa Production and the Reasons Behind a Non-Profitable Activity
  • Alejandra García Díaz Villamil, Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management | The Impact of Micro Finance on Women’s Empowerment in Bolivia

Summary of Faculty Projects

  • Stephen Wooten, Associate Professor of International Studies | Stories of Success from the Small Farmers Project, a Program of Heurto de la Familia
  • Ken Neubeck, PhD, Executive Director of Amigos Multicultural Services Center | Pilot Project: Racism, Stress, and Health Among Latino Immigrants in the Eugene/Springfield Area




Upcoming Events

5/3, 330-430pm, JFI Fellows Talk: Quechua women’s home gardens and climate change adaptation labor Peruvian Cordillera Blanca, Location TBD

5/11, 2-3pm, Graduate Student Research Presentation: Body Mapping: A decolonial method towards intergenerational healing, Location on Zoom

6/1: Undergraduate Awards Ceremony, 4pm, location: TBD