January 18, 2013

Arts & Sciences Collaborative Research Seed Grant

Awarded to Migration, Identity, State group

The Migration, Identity, State research collective received a grant of $9,000 from the School of Arts & Sciences for the project "Mapping Migration and Identity: An Interdisciplinary Resource." The project provides a framework for our continued discussion of collaborative approaches to studying the intersections of migrants' lived experience and policy frameworks.

The grant will be used to organize workshops with invited speakers and further the development and submission of grant applications by the group.

For more information about the grant, please contact Tabea Linhard.