UC Center for New Racial Studies -- 2013-2014 Grants

 

 

 

 

We are happy to announce our 2013-2014 Grants.  Thanks to the UC faculty who served as external reviewers, and to the UCCNRS staff for their contributions to this grant-making cycle...

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UC Center for New Racial Studies -- 2013-2014 Grants

               
                       

Last Name

First Name

Campus

Department

                                   Project Title

             

FACULTY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Han

Sora

 Irvine

Criminology, Law and Society 

The Racial Politics of American Federalism: Race, Gender, Sexuality and Disability at the Intersection of Democratic Governance

 

 

 

DeLugan

Robin

 Merced

Anthropology/School of Social Sciences Humanities & Arts

Despotic States and Democratizing Nations: Remembering 1930s Racial Violence in the Dominican Republic and in El Salvador

 

 

 

Cabezas

Amalia

 Riverside

Ethnic Studies

Latinas and Human Trafficking: A Comparative Study of Mexican and Dominican Cantineras

 

 

 

Ozyurek

Esra

 San Diego

Anthropology

 The Non-Racial State: Disciplining Muslim Minorities in Post-Holocaust Germany

 

 

 

Ameeriar

Lalaie

 Santa Barbara

Asian American Studies

The “Post-Racial” State:  

Re-Colonizing Pakistani Immigrant Bodies In The Age Of Multiculturalism

 

 

 

Fujino

Diane

 Santa Barbara

Asian American Studies

Japanese Americans and the Contested Nature of 

Cold War Citizenship and Radical Democracy

 

 

 

Sweeney

Stuart

 Santa Barbara

Geography / ISBER

Central American fertility in Los Angeles translation: Informing statistical models with qualitative context

 

 

 

Massoud

Mark

 Santa Cruz

Politics

Rights, Race, and the Rule of Law in Conflict Settings

 

 

 

                           

 

 

   GRADUATE STUDENTS

 


LEW

JANEY

 Berkeley

Ethnic Studies

In Place, of Solidarity: Asian American Narratives of Acknowledgement

 

Chaudhary

Ali

 Davis

Sociology

Racialized Transnationalism: The Criminalization of Pakistani Immigrant Transnational Engagement in London, Toronto and New York City.

 

Thomas

Adam

 Irvine

History

Racial Ambiguity and Citizenship in thePostemancipation U.S. and Jamaica

 

Patler

Caitlin

 Los Angeles

Sociology

Young and Undocumented: The Impacts of Legal Status on the Incorporation of Immigrant Young Adults in California

 

Way

Winmar

 Los Angeles

Graduate School of Education and Information Studies

Dilemmas of Citizenship and Education in Refugee Resettlement

 

Alonso

LLuliana

 Los Angeles

Education

Historical Recovery: A Critical Race History in Education Analysis of Chicana/os in South Central Los Angeles 1930-1949

 

Carrico

Rachel

 Riverside

Department of Dance, Critical Dance Studies program

Dancing Through the Streets of Post-Katrina New Orleans: Second Lining, Race, and Citizenship

 

Edwards

Cutler

 San Diego

History

Styles of Struggle: Community Organizing, Youth Culture, and Radical Politics in New York City, 1968-1981

 

Shrader

James

 San Diego

History

The Garden of Misery: Revolution and Genocide in Tucumán, Argentina, 1955-1978.

 

Pacheco

Raquel

 San Diego

Anthropology

Intergenerational Dissonance: Youth Migration and Indigenous Politics

 

Sprague

Jeb

 Santa Barbara

Sociology

The Caribbean and Global Capitalism

 

Osuna

Steven

 Santa Barbara

Sociology

Policing the Wretched: Transnational Apparatuses of Social Control in the Early Twenty-First Century

 

Hall

Linda

 Santa Barbara

Anthropology

Reinstating Racism: Afro-Ecuadorians, the Political Resistance and the 2013 Democratic Election

 

Wheeler

Eva Michelle

 Santa Barbara

Spanish and Portuguese

Coloring Outside the Lines: The Discourse of Racial and Ethnic Identity in the Dominican Republic

 

Barahona-López

Gustavo

 Santa Barbara

Chicana/o Studies

Building a Mexican Richmond: the Racial State, Criminalization, and the Politics of Citizenship

 

Valiente-Neighbours

Jimiliz

 Santa Cruz

Sociology

"Little Americans": Filipino World War II Veterans and the Role of Race, Empire, and Bodies in Citizenship Formation

 

Kwan

Yvonne

 Santa Cruz

Sociology

Encountering Memory and Affect: Transgenerational Transmission of Trauma in Second Generation Cambodian American Refugees

 

Melhuish

Alex

 Santa Cruz

Social Documentation

Youngun (documentary film)

 

Jackson

Lena

 Santa Cruz

Social Documentation

The Battle Over Crenshaw: Documenting the Community Resistance to Save Crenshaw High School from Reconstitution

 

Banks

Elyse

 Santa Cruz

History

Catholic Interracialism in New Orleans, 1945-1980: A Historical Survey with Implications for the Post-Katrina Moment

 

 

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