Stacey Fahrenthold awarded Arab American Book Award

September 08, 2020

Stacy D. Fahrenthold's book, Between the Ottomans and the Entente, was awarded an Arab American Book Award by the Arab American National Museum. From the announcement:"Drawing on transnational sources from migrant activists, this wide-ranging work reveals the degree to which Ottoman migrants "became Syrians" while abroad and brought their politics home to the post-Ottoman Middle East."

View the announcement here.

Call for Proposals Addressing COVID-19

May 18, 2020

The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) through the Scientific Research Coordination (CIC), the Liaison and Technology Transfer Coordination (CVTT) and the University of California (UC) through Alianza UCMX in collaboration with the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, announce a Special Call For Binational Collaborative Projects Addressing COVID-19. Awards are up to $10,000 for the first stage and $20,000 for the second. Proposals are due May 30th with areas of priority in the fields of Medicine and Public Health; Epidemiology; and Sociology and Economics. 

Stacey Farenthold Awarded 2020-21 UCD Humanities Institute Faculty Research Fellowship

February 14, 2020
The Faculty Research Fellowship program at the DHI is aimed at helping faculty in the humanities, arts, and qualitative social sciences make progress on a major research or creative project. The purpose of the fellowship is to further the research or creative activity of the individual recipients and to enable faculty to meet and work with colleagues in other disciplines and departments.

Santiago Perez Awarded Best Article Published by a Young Researcher

December 06, 2019
Santiago Perez's article "The (South) American Dream: Mobility and Economic Outcomes of First- and Second-Generation Immigrants in Nineteenth-Century Argentina" was recently awarded Best Article Published by a Young Researcher, by the National Academy of Economic Sciences of Argentina.

Caitlin Patler Receives Hellman Fellowship

November 01, 2019
The Hellman Fellows Fund provides grants to more than 100 junior faculty members annually at all 10 UCs and four private institutions. The fellowships of up to $50,000 are intended to give early-career faculty extra support for their research.

The Giannini Foundation awards grant to J. Edward Taylor and Zach Rutledge

July 03, 2018
The Giannini Foundation awards a grant of $26,992 to J. Edward Taylor and Zach Rutledge for their study, “The Impacts of a Declining Farm Labor Supply on Farming in California”, that identifies which adjustment mechanisms are likely to dominate the transition of an era of farm labor scarcity.