Photo above: Prof. Keith Feldman & Prof. Abigail de Kosnik of the Color of New Media research working group.
The Center for Race & Gender invites proposals for research working groups to support faculty and/or graduate students to sustain interdisciplinary critical research on topics related to race, gender, and their intersections. Working groups create productive intellectual exchange among members, facilitate deeper understandings of the identified research topic, and catalyze innovative ideas about the research area.
CRG research working groups have access to:
- A lovely conference room for meetings.
- Resources to produce working papers and other publications.
- Wide promotion of events organized by working groups & a spotlight in the CRG FaultLines newsletter.
- Funds for guest speakers, refreshments, materials, etc.