CSWS congratulates three faculty affiliates who have won the UO’s prestigious Distinguished Teaching Awards. The awards are presented every spring to faculty members who are nominated by the campus community based on their demonstration of exceptional teaching that is inclusive, engaged and research-led.
Michael Hames-Garcia, Indigenous, Race and Ethnic Studies, received the Herman Faculty Achievement Award […]
Professor Bryna Goodman, history, has been awarded a residential fellowship grant from the National Humanities Center (NHC) in North Carolina for her book project, Finance and Fortune: Economics, Calculation, and the Fate of the Chinese Republic.
The book project explores ideas of economics and the imagination of China as a republic. The research examines understandings […]
NOTE: This story was originally published April 20, 2020, in Around the O. CSWS congratulates awardees who are also our Faculty Affiliates and/or Research Grant recipients!
UO researchers and scholars examining everything from international indigenous activism to creative aging to the creation of original electroacoustic music have received 2020 Faculty Research Awards.
Faculty Research Awards […]
Assistant professor Allison Madar, History, received a 6-month fellowship as a Kluge Fellow in the John W. Kluge Center of the Library of Congress to pursue research on her manuscript, tentatively titled “A People Between: Servants in Slaveholding Virginia from Bacon’s Rebellion to the American Revolution.” The Kluge Center gives only 12 awards per […]
Assistant professor Marjorie Celona, creative writing, has received
an Oregon Arts Commission Fellowship for her fiction writing. The award was
part of the 2020 Oregon Literary Fellowships Program, which helps Oregon
writers initiate, develop, or complete literary projects.
Celona was awarded a CSWS faculty research grant in 2018-19
for writing time to complete her forthcoming novel, How a […]
Assistant professor Maria Fernanda Escallón, anthropology, was recently awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship to complete her book project Excluded: Black Cultural Heritage and the Politics of Diversity in Colombia.
Maria Fernanda Escallón
The project examines why in Colombia disparities within Black groups continue to increase despite the heightened public attention for Afro-descendants and […]