AUT 17 | Faculty Funding Awards Announced

The CSRPC offers quarterly faculty funding opportunities for ongoing or new research projects, programming initiatives, and conferences. These grants may serve as seed money for projects ultimately requiring larger grants from outside sources or they may cover the entire costs of a project. This quarter we are pleased to announce the following faculty research grants:


Inequality and Victims of Police Violence in Latin America - Yanilda Gonzalez, Assistant Professor, School of Social Service Administration

Assessing the Neural and Behavioral Correlates of Racial Bias when Viewing Videos of Police-Civilian Interactions - Jenny Kubota, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology

Screening of Miguel Ángel Rosales' Documentary Gurumbé: canciones de tu memoria negra - Stephan Palmie, Professor, Anthropology

Slavery and Visual Culture Colloquium - Journées d'études sur l'esclavage et les cultures visuelles - Slavery and Visual Cultures Working Group: Larissa Brewer-García, Assistant Professor, Romance Language and Literature; Cécile Fromont, Associate Professor, Art History; Agnes Lugo-Ortiz, Associate Professor, Romance Language and Literature

The Black Metropolis, between Past and Future: Race, Urban Planning, and Afro-American Culture in Chicago - Forrest Stuart,  Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology 

STI and HIV Intervention Network (SHINE) Annual Conference - Dexter Voisin, Professor, School of Social Service Administration