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Office of Global Engagement

Announcing the recipients of the Global Mobility Program: Graduate Research Fellowship

November 23, 2015

 

The Office of Global Engagement is pleased to announce the recipients of the Global Mobility Program: Graduate Research Fellowship grants for the Fall 2015 RFP. This program supports doctoral students who seek to conduct pre-dissertation or dissertation research abroad during one summer or academic semester.


Nine Graduate Research Fellowship grants were awarded in Fall 2015 (Fall 2015 grant deadline):

Name

Country

Department

Project Title

ALHASSAN, Shamara Wyllie

Jamaica

Africana Studies

Trodding the Path to the Maternal Goddess: Rastafari Women’s Intellectual Histories and Activism in Jamaica and Ghana

BRADLOW, Ben

Brazil

Sociology

The politics of urban inequality in São Paulo in comparative perspective

CESANEK, Evan

Italy

Cognitive Science

Exploring sensorimotor recalibration of reach-to-grasp

FIROZ, Malay

Lebanon, Jordan

Anthropology

Liminal Sovereignty: The Politics of Humanitarian Aid in Jordan and Lebanon


FREEZE, Katherine

Tajikistan

Ethnomusicology

The Cry of the Tanbur: Strategic Self-Representation at the Gurminj Museum of Musical Instruments in Dushanbe, Tajikistan


GRAY, Elizabeth

Argentina, Chile

Comparative Literature

Latin American Cartoneras: Alternative Publishing, Poetry, and Social Justice

PAGLIARINI, Andre

Brazil

History

Much Less a Nation: Reformism and its Discontents in Modern Brazil, 1945-1995


SHANGANI, Sylvia

Kenya

Behavioral Social Sciences

Evaluation of Healthcare workers’ competence in providing comprehensive HIV care to men who have sex with men in western Kenya


SKINNER, Bill

UK

History of Art and Architecture

Scientific Architecture through the Caribbean, 1910-45

 

Announcement on the Brown News site.
To learn more about the GMP: Graduate Research Fellowship

*Awards are contingent upon meeting requirements of the grant program.