2012 Grant Recipients

Summary of Graduate Student Projects:

  • James Daria, Department of AnthropologyWritten in Blood and Ink: A Social and Agrarian History of San Juan Copala, Oaxaca, Mexico
  • Kate Faris, Department of International Studies.   An Alternative Form of Neoliberal Resistance: Youth Workers and the Creative Arts in Bogota, Colombia
  • Carolina Caballero, Department of DanceDisrupting the Myth: Dance and Latina Identity
  • Karina Ramos, Counseling Psychology ProgramProtective Factors in an Educational Setting: Experiences of Foreign-Born Latino Immigrants

Summary of Faculty Projects:

  • Stephanie Wood, Wired Humanities ProjectCulture, Exchange, Education, and Diversity (CEED)
  • Emily Afanador, Oregon Folklife NetworkLatino Community Self-Documentation Tool Kit




Upcoming Events

2/1/23: Graduate Grant Writing Workshop, 12-1pm, location: TBD

3/8/23: Faculty Grant Information Session, 12-1pm, location: TBD

3/9/23: Faculty Research Talk: Creating Californios: Masculinity, Localized Liberalism, and Nation in Mexican Californio, 1800-1850 ,3:30-4:30pm, location: TBD

4/13: Graduate Student Research Colloquium, 330-5pm, location TBD

4/27: Graduate Student Research Colloquium, 330-5pm, location TBD

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