by Jenee Wilde • • Comments Off on Apply now for Wayne Morse Center grants
Applications are now open for Wayne Morse Center Resident Scholar, Graduate Research Fellow, and Project Grant programs. The new theme for AY2021-23 is “Confronting the Carework Crisis.” Two Resident Scholar spots and three Graduate Research Fellowships are available for next year.
Each year the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics hosts two UO […]
by Jenee Wilde • • Comments Off on Le Guin Feminist Science Fiction Fellowship deadline Jan. 8
Applications for the Le Guin Feminist Science Fiction Fellowship are due January 8, 2021.
Sponsored by UO Libraries’ Special Collections and University Archives at the University of Oregon, the intention of the Le Guin Feminist Science Fiction Fellowship is to encourage research within collections in the area of feminist science fiction. The UO Libraries Special Collections […]
by Jenee Wilde • • Comments Off on ACLS Fellowship Program to Focus On Supporting Early Career, Non-Tenured Scholars
July 20, 2020 Press Release — The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) announced today that it will redirect the funding focus of the ACLS Fellowship Program to support early career, non-tenured scholars exclusively.The decision comes in the wake of the disproportionate effect the current economic downturn has had on emerging independent scholars and those […]
The CSWS Advisory Board has approved a new Graduate Writing Fellowship for doctoral students who are in the early stages of dissertation writing. The intent of the fellowship is to provide a summer writing stipend to top finalists for the Jane Grant Dissertation Fellowship.
“We receive so many meritorious applications for the Jane Grant […]
by Jenee Wilde • • Comments Off on Applications now open for 2020-21 Research Interest Groups
[ June 1, 2020; ]
CSWS offers small grants to faculty and graduate students to organize
interdisciplinary Research Interest Groups (RIGs) and working groups
that explore and examine the complex nature of gender identities and
inequalities for the academic year.
RIGs provide participants the opportunity to discuss readings of
emerging and established feminist scholars and share their research.
Funding may […]
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