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Individual Research Grants

Individual research seed grants are platforms to support and enhance existing faculty expertise and/or to examine the changing needs and growing cultural, political, environmental, and economic influence of Latinos/as and transborder communities in the US-Mexico borderlands. Ultimately, individual research grant recipients are expected to contribute to the development of a collective and sustainable research program on transborder studies by initiating projects that have good prospects of obtaining external funding.

  

2019

Aloha Compadre: Latinxs in Hawaiʻi, 1832-2010

Dr. Rudy P. Guevarra, Jr., Associate Professor, School of Social Transformation

 

Esperanza en acción (Hope Works)

Dr. Michael G. Stancliff, Associate Professor, School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies

2015

DIGITAL BORDERLAND

Andres Torres-Vives, Professor of Film, School of Film, Dance & Theatre, ASU

 

La Pocha Nostra Live ART Laboratory: Incubation Series

Micha Espinosa, Associate Professor of Voice and Acting, School of Film, Dance, and Theatre, ASU

 

Aloha Compadre: Latina/os in Hawaiʻi, 1832-2010

Dr. Rudy P. Guevarra, Jr., Associate Professor, School of Social Transformation