2022 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grantees
The Center for the Study of Race, Politics, & Culture (CSRPC) is pleased to announce the 2022 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grantees!
"Race Studies Centers: Research, Teaching, and Partnerships," is a grant awarded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support a four-year collaboration among Race Studies Centers at Brown University, the University of Chicago, Stanford University, and Yale University.
Meet our grantees!
Princess Mhoon Cooper (Chicago Black Dance Legacy Project)
Black Dance Chicago
Thaomi “Michelle” Dinh (English Language and Literature)
Two Panels on Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Winter and Spring 2022
Kevin Irakoze (Philosophy)
Teaching Innovation: Invited Speaker for CRES course "Black and/or Human: On Blackness and Humanism"
Alice Kim (Human Rights)
Narratives of Incarceration and Solidarity Building as Pedagogy
Chirstopher Kindell (History)
The Sanitary Sieve: Public Health and the Making of the Urban Pacific
Emily Hooper Lansana (Community Arts Engagement)
Remembering Ourselves Whole: An Interdisciplinary Storytelling
Victoria Nguyen (Social Sciences)
Alien Citizen screening + filmmaker talk-back + workshop
Jo Nixon (UChicago, English Language and Literature), and Shirl Yang (English Language and Literature)
AfterAffects: New Methods in Affect Theory
Karen Okigbo (Harris School of Public Policy)
Teaching Innovation: The Racialization Experiences of Immigrants and the Second Generation
Julia Phillips (Visual Arts)
Jacqueline Stewart (Cinema and Media Studies)
South Side Home Movie Project Collections Practicum
Durrell Washington (Crown Family School of Social Work)
Reckoning with our Past and Envisioning our Future: Black, Native, and Latine Social Work Perspectives towards an Anti-Racist/Anti-Colonial Profession