2010 Grant and Fellowship Awardees

Jane Grant Dissertation Fellowship
Ingrid Nelson, at the Centro de Formação Jurídica e Judiciária in Matola, Mozambique.

Ingrid Nelson, at the Centro de Formação Jurídica e Judiciária in Matola, Mozambique.

Ingrid Nelson, graduate student, Geography, “Gender Equity and Sustainable Rural Development in Zambezia, Mozambique”

Laurel Research Award

Mi Zhao, graduate student, History, “Singing Girl, Prostitute, Revolutionary Artist: The Changing Role of Female Entertainers across the Revolutionary Divide of 1949”

Graduate Student Research Awards

Miriam Abelson, Sociology, “Southern Gentleman? Transmen and Masculinity in the U.S. South”
Christina Ergas, Sociology; “Gendered Work in Havana, Cuba’s Urban Agriculture”
Meagan Evans, English, “Re-sounding Silence in Women’s Experimental Poetry”
Paula Sue Grimes; International Studies, “HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe: a case study—How are women with disabilities responding to the AIDS crisis in their communities?”
Katherine Logan Guy, Philosophy, “Attachment Theory and Women’s Subjection”
Rene Kladzyk, Geography, “Pathways and Fences: Gender and Mobility in the Transnational City”
Karyn Lewis, Psychology, “Why Does Solo-Status Impair Women’s Math Performance?: The Role of Belonging Needs”

Faculty Research Grant Awards

Lisa Gilman, associate professor, Folklore/English; “Dance and the Politics of UNESCO’s 2003 Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention in Malawi”
Shari Huhndorf, associate professor, Ethnic Studies/Women’s and Gender Studies, “Indigeneity and the Politics of Space: The Gendered Geography of Native Women’s Culture”
Theresa May, assistant professor, Theatre Arts, “Women and Rivers: Native Women Playwrights’ Workshop/Residency”
Daisuke Miyao, associate professor, East Asian Languages and Literatures, “Female Stars Are Born: Gender, Technology, and Japanese Cinema”
Kate Mondloch, assistant professor, Art History, “Eye Desire: Media Art and Feminist Theory”
Irmary Reyes-Santos, assistant professor, Ethnic Studies, “Intimate Economies: The Racial and Gendered Imaginaries of Globalization”
Xiaobo Su, assistant professor, Geography, “Body Politics: Power, Commodification, and Gendered Tourism Landscapes in Lijiang, China”