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Feminist Research Institute

The FRI (Feminist Research Institute) invites you to participate in its next and last guest lecture, as part of its Fall Research Lecture Series.

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Monday, December 7th, 2015
SUB Luminaria Room 12:00 and 1:00 pm.
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Anna CalasantiDepartment of Political Science

“Abortion for  Export:  Impact  of  Texas  Abortion  Restrictions  on  Class,  Race,  and  Reproductive  Health  in  New Mexico”
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Light refreshments will be served.


 

FRI Small Events Grants

The Feminist Research Institute is now accepting applications for small grants to fund campus events focused on issues of gender and/or sexuality, or on feminist theory or practice. We are offering grants of up to $250 each to support campus events during Spring 2016. UNM faculty or graduate students may submit proposals, and proposed events may include (but are not limited to) mini-conferences, exhibits, speaker or film series, performances, panel discussions, or workshops. We are particularly interested in projects that promise to stimulate interest in or encourage innovative feminist work across disciplinary boundaries and that bring together a combination of faculty, graduate students, and/or community scholars or activists.

 
Application deadline: Monday, November 2 for Spring 2016 events
 
 
 

FRI Graduate Student Research Grants

The Feminist Research Institute is now accepting applications for graduate student research and travel grantsGrants of up to $500 each will be awarded in Fall 2016. These small grants are intended to support feminist research or projects focused on the study of gender and/or sexuality. Proposals to support dissertation and thesis-related research are particularly encouraged. The grants may be used to support travel expenses and materials related to research projects, but may not be used for travel to conferences and research presentations.

 

Proposals for interdisciplinary projects are particularly welcome, and master's and doctoral students in any UNM graduate program, including the HSC and School of Law, are welcome to apply.

 
Application deadline: Monday, November 2 for Spring 2016 research