LAI Grant Recipients

LAI Summer Field Graduate Research small grants 2020 Recipients, Tinker Grant Recipients

LAI Grant Recipients

Fernando Villegas

Chicana and Chicano Studies

“The Effects of Civil Society, Public Opinion, Partisanship and Transnational Processes

on Local Migration Policies in the 21th Century: The Cases of Mexico and the United States”
Fernando Villegas

Chicana and Chicano Studies

“The Effects of Civil Society, Public Opinion, Partisanship and Transnational Processes

on Local Migration Policies in the 21th Century: The Cases of Mexico and the United States”
Valerie Wirtschafter

Political Science

“Violence and the Democratization of Information:

The Political Effects of Crowdsourcing Crime”

Tinker Grant Recipients

Fernando Villegas

Chicana and Chicano Studies

“The Effects of Civil Society, Public Opinion, Partisanship and Transnational Processes

on Local Migration Policies in the 21th Century: The Cases of Mexico and the United States”

Fernando Villegas

Chicana and Chicano Studies

“The Effects of Civil Society, Public Opinion, Partisanship and Transnational Processes on Local Migration Policies in the 21th Century: The Cases of Mexico and the United States”

 

Gemma Repiso

Spanish and Portuguese

“Empty Onset Repair Strategies in Spanish as a Heritage Language”

 

Joel Herrera

Sociology

“State building and drug trafficking in post-revolutionary Mexico”
Sociology

“State building and drug trafficking in post-revolutionary Mexico”
Sociology

“State building and drug trafficking in post-revolutionary Mexico”

 

Valerie Wirtschafter

Political Science

“Violence and the Democratization of Information: The Political Effects of Crowdsourcing Crime”

 

LAI Summer Research Grant Recipients 

 

Addison Woolsey

Latin American Studies

"Searching for ’the soul of all mankind’: Maud Oakes in Todos Santos"


Andres Gonzalez

Urban Planning

"Environmental Spatial Planning at a Distance: A facilitation toolbox for remote, equity driven planning with BIPOC youth”


Cesar Martinez Alvarez

Political Science

Estefanía Castañeda Pérez

Political Science

“State of Exception: Everyday Criminalization and Racialization of Transborder Commuters at the Mexico-U.S. Border”


Julia González Calderón

Spanish and Portuguese

“The Numbers of Central American Crime Fiction: Audience Reception and Editorial

Markets in the Isthmus”


Louise Deglin

Art History

“Making Things Their Own: Artistic Practices in the Wari Empire”


Mandie Nuanes

Latin American Studies

“Selling Haiti: Picture Postcards as a Key to Securing US International Trade and Inspiring Tourism to Haiti, 1914 - 1934"

Miranda Saylor

Art History

“Sor María de Ágreda and Sacred Art in Eighteenth-Century Mexico”


Oscar Contreras

Sociology

“Deportation and Illegal Economies in the US-Mexico Border”


Samuel Brandt

Geography

“Philanthropy, Housing and Sense of Place in Rural Uruguay”


Tania Bride

History

“Indigenous Mexican Language Religious Texts in US Research Libraries”

 

Whitney Nakashima

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

“Genomic signals of climate adaptation in resident Yellow Warblers of Southeast Mexico”