2018

2018-19 CSWS Research Awards

Jane Grant Fellowship, Graduate Research Grants, and Faculty Research Grants

2018–2019 Jane Grant Dissertation Fellowship

  • Laura Strait

    Laura Strait, Media Studies, School of Journalism and Communication, “Occupying a Third Place: Pro-Life Feminism, Legible Politics, and the Edge of Women’s Liberation.” Strait’s research investigates pro-life feminism, looking “to read an alternative history of the feminist movement from the perspective of pro-life feminists in order to pinpoint incommensurabilities that in turn define the state of feminism(s) today. To this end, [the] project details the history of pro-life feminism as it runs parallel to mainstream histories of the feminist movement – focusing on departures in feminist philosophy from the logic and tenets of pro-life feminism.” Her award also includes a tuition remission grant from the Dean of the Graduate School.

2018-19 CSWS Graduate Student Research Grantees

  • Elinam Amevor, Media Studies, School of Journalism and Communication, “Participatory Communication for Women’s Livelihood Empowerment under Ghana’s ‘Planting for Food and Jobs’ Program.”
  • Layire Diop, Media Studies, School of Journalism and Communication, “Communicating with Pariahs: An Assessment of the Communication Campaigns for the End of Fistula in Senegal.”
  • Peter Ehlinger, Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services, “Development of a Trans-Affirmative Alcohol Preventive Intervention.”
  • Nicole Francisco, Department of Political Science, “Organizing on All Fronts: Contemporary Queer Carceral Justice Activisms.”
  • Ben Nelson, Department of Psychology, “Understanding Lower-Income Female Health Disparities: An Investigation into Mechanisms Connecting Maternal Depression to Physical Disease.”
  • Andrew Robbins, Media Studies, School of Journalism and Communication, “Expanding the Industries of Visibility: The San Francisco Transgender Film Festival (1997-2017).”

2018-19 CSWS Faculty Research Grantees

  • Marjorie Celona, Assistant Professor, Creative Writing Program, writing time for revision of her novel Be On My Side (scheduled for publication in 2019).
  • Maria Fernanda Escallón, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, “Women from Palenque and the Trap of Visibility.”
  • Nicole Giuliani, Assistant Professor, School Psychology Program, Department of Special Education and Clinical Sciences (COE), “Differential Impact of Socioeconomic Status, Parenting Stress, and Self-Regulation on Immune Health in Mothers of Young Children.”
  • Ana-Maurine Lara, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, and Alaí Reyes-Santos, Associate Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies, “Women’s Roles in Afro-Aboriginal Healing Traditions in the Caribbean and Its Diasporas.”
  • Linda J. Long, Curator of Manuscripts, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, “Eugene Lesbian Oral History Project.”
  • Ernesto Martinez, Associate Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies, “A Child Should Not Long for Its Own Image: Producing Literature and Visual Media for Queer Latinx Youth.”
  • Shoniqua Roach, Assistant Professor, Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, “Black Sexual Sanctuaries.”