Resources
Special Fund for the Study of Women and Politics

The Special Fund for the Study of Women and Politics is designed to provide scholars conducting research on issues of women and politics with supplemental funding. Monies awarded through this fund may support resident or non-resident stays at the Centennial Center.

If applying as a Visiting Scholar, a separate application file is not necessary. Interest in this assistance may be noted on the Centennial Center Visiting Scholar Application.

Non-resident scholars interested in funding should complete the Non-Resident Scholar Application Form.

 


 

Previous Recipients

2010
Laura R. Woliver, University of South Carolina
"The American Women's Movements National Coalition: Lobbying for Gender Justice"

2009 
Kristin Michelitch, New York University
"Do Elections Exacerbate Interethnic and Interpartisan Discrimination?" 

2007
Meg Rincker, Illinois Wesleyan University
Candice Ortbals, Pepperdine University
"Decentalization and Women's Policy Agencies: Relocating Feminist Policy in Spain, Chile, Poland, and Pakistan"

2004 
Susanne Zwingel, Bochum University
"Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women"  

2003 
Dorian Ron Woods, University of Tuebingen
"US-American and British Family Policy in the 1990s"

 


 

 

Supporting the Special Fund for the Study of Women and Politics

 

Find out how to support the Special Fund for the Study of Women and Politics at Support Political Science.


 
 
 
 


 

 

 

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