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​Every year, the Center for Global and Area Studies awards $20,000 in grants to UD faculty members in order to facilitate their international research.

Congratulations to all of 2019's CGAS grant recipients!

  • Gretchen Bauer, Political Science & International Relations, African Studies, Gendered Cabinet Appointment Process in Africa? A Ghana Case Study
  • Julio Carrión, Political Science & International Relations, Latin American & Iberian Studies, Political Change in Post-Commodity-Boom Contexts
  • Duane Cottrell, Music, A Comparison of Choral Pedagogy in the United Kingdom and the United States
  • Jon Cox, Art and Design, ARRIVALS: What's Left Behind; What Lies Ahead
  • Kathryn Franich, Linguistics and Cognitive Science, Exploring Coordinative Practices at the Intersection of Language and Music in Multilingual Cameroon
  • Chrysanthi Leon, Sociology and Criminal Justice, Probation in Comparative Context:  Professional Orientations to Corrections in the US and Israel
  • Sheng Lu, Fashion and Apparel Studies, What Does Automation in Garment Manufacturing Mean for Low-Skilled Workers' Employment in Developing Countries?  A Case Study on China
  • Alexander Selimov, Languages, Literatures & Cultures, Latin American & Iberian Studies, Translating the War: The Cultural Appropriation in Russia of American Veterans Poets' Experience
  • Vikramaditya Thakur, Anthropology, Asian Studies, Forced Resettlement: Long-Term Impact on Families and Livelihood Due to Dam Displacement in Rural India
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Congratulations to this year's CGAS grant recipients!

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