Center for Feminist Research
Rebecca Das, Program Specialist & Assistant Director
Areas of Expertise:
Opportunities, Grants & Fellowships
The Affiliated Scholar Program invites individuals who have demonstrated excellence in feminist scholarship in any field to pursue gender-related research projects in association with the USC Center for Feminist Research. Although there is no stipend, Affiliated Scholars have official university appointments in the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences and are provided with various resources. Scholars are expected to be in residence in Los Angeles during the period of their award.
Each spring, the Center for Feminist Research will invite proposals from USC faculty, advanced graduate students, and resident artists in any school or discipline at USC for New Directions Fellowships. Fellows must propose ongoing research projects related broadly to the seminar’s theme. Fellows are expected to attend all seminar meetings and events, to present their work to the seminar, and help plan any public programming related to the year’s seminar. They are expected to produce a completed project at end of the seminar, (for example, a monograph chapter, article, multimedia project, performance, or major grant proposal.) Faculty fellows will each receive $2500 in research funding, graduate students will receive $1000. The call for seminar fellows will be posted on this page during the period we are accepting applications.