Grant Recipients

Spring 2021 Competition

Josh Anthony (History) was awarded funds to support a research trip to Mexico City to conduct research in the Archivo General de la NaciĆ³n and other local archives to further his project on indigenous masculinities during the first century of colonial rule.

Camila Belliard-Quiroga (WGSS) received a CLAS Award to conduct multi-sited dissertation research on migration and gendered violence in Chile and the Dominican Republic.

Iris Cardenas (School of Social Work) received an award to support her research test the association between intimate partner violence and multiple partner fertility among Colombian women, using data from the Demographic and Health Surveys Colombia 2015.

Elizabeth S. Corredor (Political Science) was awarded a grant to support her dissertation fieldwork in Colombia.

Ljubinka I Gallardo Petkovich (Undergrad) received a CLAS Award to participate in the Alternative Spring Break in Dominican Republic which explores the Caribbean diaspora and nonprofit work in the DR.

Gloribel Hernandez (Undergrad) received a CLAS Award to participate in the Alternative Spring Break in Dominican Republic which explores the Caribbean diaspora and nonprofit work in the DR.

Krystal Herrera (Spanish & Portuguese) was awarded funds to support her dissertation fieldwork in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Jennifer Markovits (Spanish & Portuguese) received a CLAS Award to study the Aymara language in Puno, Peru.

Andrea Marston (Geography) received a CLAS Award to return to Bolivia to disseminate research findings, conduct follow-up interviews in light of changing political situation, and to begin exploring new project collaborations around circuits of lithium extraction/production.

Viridiana Martinez (Undergrad) received a CLAS Award to participate in the Alternative Spring Break in Dominican Republic which explores the Caribbean diaspora and nonprofit work in the DR.

Alana Rader (Geography) was awarded funds to support the final phase of her dissertation fieldwork in Southern Quintana Roo and Campeche, Mexico.

Jian Ren (History) was awarded CLAS funds to support his dissertation fieldwork in the archives of the Oriental Magazine's office in Lima, Peru, to consult their historical collections.

David Roldan Eugenio (Spanish & Portuguese) was awarded funds to support a dissertation research trip to Madrid to identify mass media articles, photographs, and drawings documenting Afro-Cuban's participation in circus shows and street performances in early-20th century Spain.

Lisette Varon-Carvajal (History) received a CLAS Award to do archival research for her dissertation project in Popayan, Medellin, and Bogota.

Joshua Uceta (Undergrad) received a CLAS Award to participate in the Alternative Spring Break in Dominican Republic which explores the Caribbean diaspora and nonprofit work in the DR.

 

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