LARB PUBLISHING WORKSHOP | SUMMER 2022
The Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity is collaborating with the Los Angeles Review of Books Publishing Workshop to offer up to two scholarships for the summer 2022 program. The LARB workshop runs from June 20 to July 22, 2022 and will be fully virtual. The CCSRE scholarships will cover the full cost of tuition for Stanford graduate students who work on race.
Interested parties should apply directly through the LARB Publishing Workshop portal and name their institution as Stanford CCSRE. All currently enrolled Stanford graduate students are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to students who participate in the intellectual community at CCSRE.
Applications are open now through April 15. See the website for more information about the workshop and for the link to apply.
Please contact Interim Associate Director Annie Atura Bushnell at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the program or eligibility.
Imagining Justice is a new arts-based diversion program hosted by Stanford’s Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity, the Stanford Arts Institute, and the Stanford Criminal Justice Center. The program is a partnership with the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, and new collaborations with Contra Costa County and Milwaukee County (Wisconsin) are in development. The DA’s Offices, case management organizations and Stanford partners, identify eligible youth (14-18 years old) accused of committing misdemeanors and nonviolent offenses and offer the opportunity to participate in a pre-filing, pre-arraignment arts diversion program. Participants will complete one to three 90-minute sessions, depending on the agreement with the DAs Office and other partners, including reflection, critical analysis, and art-making. Participation in the arts diversion program results in the dismissal of any criminal charges.
Open positions (click to learn more):
Graduate Research Assistantships
The Research Institute of the Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity (CCSRE) is hiring two 0.50 Research Assistants for two quarters starting Winter 2022 to support research efforts that will advance the Center’s mission and research agenda. One RA will conduct research on Race Studies in Higher Ed with Professor Alfredo J. Artiles, Director of Research at CCSRE and Lee L. Jacks Professor of Education. Another RA will assist Paula Moya, Professor of English and Danily C. and Laura Louise Bell Professor of the Humanities, on the Perfecto Project. Click on the buttons below to learn more about each RAship opportunity.
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Public Writing Fellowships
The Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity (CCSRE) seeks three Public Writing Fellows from January through June 2022 to contribute to the important work of the Center. CCSRE's key initiatives further comparative approaches to studying race, racism, and racial inequalities; engage with practitioners focused on the intersections of race and technology and race and the arts; and foster cross-disciplinary and cross-sector collaborations that move narratives and social structures toward racial equity. Eligible candidates are graduate students currently enrolled full-time at Stanford University and, ideally, whose research and writing focuses on race/ethnicity, racial equity, and/or racialization.
APPLICATION CALL IS NOW CLOSED. Check back in spring 2022 for the 2022/2023 call.
CCSRE Graduate Student Staff
Are you interested in supporting Stanford's hub for education and research on racial equity? Join our team!
The Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity (CCSRE) seeks a Stanford graduate student to support several programs at the Center including the Faculty Seminar Series, Faculty Research Fellowship, and the Center's digital media output. Graduate student staff members will be expected to commit 8-10 hours/week.
Please email CCSRE Executive Director, Daniel Murray (email@example.com) for more information.
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