Congratulations to Professor Maria Escallón. Maria has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship to complete her book project “Excluded: Black Cultural Heritage and the Politics of Diversity in Colombia.”
Professor Lynn Stephen and Erin Beck received funding from the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation for their project titled, “Can the State Interrupt the Vicious Cycle of Gendered Violence that it Helped to Create? Evidence from Guatemala.”
Congratulations on the funding!
Professor Johanna Richlin received an Oregon Humanities Center 2020-2021 Research Faculty VPRI Completion Fellowship for her project “In the Hands of God: Evangelical Therapeutics and Migrant Faith among Brazilians in the U.S.” for Fall 2020.
Dr. Maria Escallon has accepted the Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowship award through Wenner-Gren Foundation to support the writing of her book; “Excluded: Black Cultural Heritage and the Politics of Diversity in Colombia“.
If you want to learn more about her work-in-progress book, click HERE ...
It is a common question during the ongoing immigration debate: why do people insist on trying to get into the United States, especially when the administration is making it harder? The answer lies well beyond the U.S. border, in the countries people leave behind.
Professor Lynn Stephen, University ...
Professor, Dr. Stephen has been published in The Globe Post, talking about Trump’s plan to “indefinitely detain families” that try to seek asylum in the United States.
Dr. Stephen talks about the consequences of these detention facilities on children’s mental and physical ...
University of Oregon Archaeologists Dr. Erlandson, Dr. Fitzpatrick and Dr. Lee’s studies show that our planet has been drastically transformed by the presence of human communities.
To read the full article on UO’s Archaeology research click here
Dr. Madonna Moss, spoke about the Tlingit relationships with sea otters and whether Tlingit people consumed sea otters as food in the past.
To read the full article about Dr. Madonna Moss’s research and the talk, click here
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