INSTITUTE-SUPPORTED RESEARCH

Each year the Institute invites proposals from UCLA faculty for grants up to $10,000 for research seed grants and up to $5,000 for pedagogy grants that support the Institute’s key research themes. Below are summaries and downloadable reports from funded faculty-led research that is supported by the Institute.

Tools, Clinics, Platforms: The Power of Debt

Hannah C. Appel, Anthropology, UCLA

Debt and Social Crisis in a U.S. Colony

César J. Ayala, Sociology, UCLA

UCLA Prison Education Program

Bryonn Bain, African American Studies, UCLA

What It Iz and the Beyond Bars Conference

Bryonn Bain, African American Studies, UCLA

Native American Embodiment in Carceral Contexts

Tria Blu Wakpa, World Arts and Cultures/Dance, UCLA

Ground Truthing Through Community Narratives

Silvia R. González, Urban Planning, and Paul M. Ong, Urban Planning and Asian American Studies, UCLA

Evidence of Expulsion: Documenting Eviction Rates for Research and Advocacy

Ashley Gromis, Sociology, Michael C. Lens, Urban Planning, and Kyle Nelson, Sociology, UCLA

‘Pintela, Que Yo Se La Coloreo’

Ian W. Holloway, Social Welfare, UCLA, Daniela Maldonado Salamanca, Red Comunitaria Trans, and Amy E. Ritterbusch, Social Welfare, UCLA

UC Extreme Sentencing Project

Grace K. Hong, Gender Studies & Asian American Studies, UCLA

Land, Livelihoods and Displacement in Indonesia

Helga M. Leitner and Eric S. Sheppard, Geography, UCLA

Community Experiences on Million-Dollar Blocks in Los Angeles

Kelly Lytle Hernández, African American Studies and History, UCLA

Discourse and Dispossession: Culture, Language, and Black and Indigenous Freedom Dreams in Detroit

Kyle T. Mays, African American Studies & American Indian Studies, UCLA

Protest and Progress: South LA Since the Kerner Report

Paul M. Ong, Urban Planning and Asian American Studies, UCLA

The Biography of a Home

Marike Splint, Theater, Film and Television, UCLA

INSTITUTE-SUPPORTED RESEARCH

Each year the Institute invites proposals from UCLA faculty for grants up to $10,000 for research seed grants and up to $5,000 for pedagogy grants that support the Institute’s key research themes. Below are summaries and downloadable reports from funded faculty-led research that is supported by the Institute.

Ground Truthing Through Community Narratives

Silvia R. González, Urban Planning, and Paul M. Ong, Urban Planning and Asian American Studies, UCLA

Evidence of Expulsion: Documenting Eviction Rates for Research and Advocacy

Ashley Gromis, Sociology, Michael C. Lens, Urban Planning, and Kyle Nelson, Sociology, UCLA

Land, Livelihoods and Displacement in Indonesia

Helga M. Leitner and Eric S. Sheppard, Geography, UCLA

Discourse and Dispossession: Culture, Language, and Black and Indigenous Freedom Dreams in Detroit

Kyle T. Mays, African American Studies & American Indian Studies, UCLA

Protest and Progress: South LA Since the Kerner Report

Paul M. Ong, Urban Planning and Asian American Studies, UCLA

The Biography of a Home

Marike Splint, Theater, Film and Television, UCLA

INSTITUTE-SUPPORTED RESEARCH

Each year the Institute invites proposals from UCLA faculty for grants up to $10,000 for research seed grants and up to $5,000 for pedagogy grants that support the Institute’s key research themes. Below are summaries and downloadable reports from funded faculty-led research that is supported by the Institute.

Tools, Clinics, Platforms: The Power of Debt

Hannah C. Appel, Anthropology, UCLA

Debt and Social Crisis in a U.S. Colony

César J. Ayala, Sociology, UCLA

INSTITUTE-SUPPORTED RESEARCH

Each year the Institute invites proposals from UCLA faculty for grants up to $10,000 for research seed grants and up to $5,000 for pedagogy grants that support the Institute’s key research themes. Below are summaries and downloadable reports from funded faculty-led research that is supported by the Institute.

UCLA Prison Education Program

Bryonn Bain, African American Studies, UCLA

What It Iz and the Beyond Bars Conference

Bryonn Bain, African American Studies, UCLA

Native American Embodiment in Carceral Contexts

Tria Blu Wakpa, World Arts and Cultures/Dance, UCLA

‘Pintela, Que Yo Se La Coloreo’

Ian W. Holloway, Social Welfare, UCLA, Daniela Maldonado Salamanca, Red Comunitaria Trans, and Amy E. Ritterbusch, Social Welfare, UCLA

UC Extreme Sentencing Project

Grace K. Hong, Gender Studies & Asian American Studies, UCLA

Community Experiences on Million-Dollar Blocks in Los Angeles

Kelly Lytle Hernández, African American Studies and History, UCLA

INSTITUTE-SUPPORTED RESEARCH

Each year the Institute invites proposals from UCLA faculty for grants up to $10,000 for research seed grants and up to $5,000 for pedagogy grants that support the Institute’s key research themes. Below are summaries and downloadable reports from funded faculty-led research that is supported by the Institute.

Native American Embodiment in Carceral Contexts

Tria Blu Wakpa, World Arts and Cultures/Dance, UCLA

Ground Truthing Through Community Narratives

Silvia R. González, Urban Planning, and Paul M. Ong, Urban Planning and Asian American Studies, UCLA

Discourse and Dispossession: Culture, Language, and Black and Indigenous Freedom Dreams in Detroit

Kyle T. Mays, African American Studies & American Indian Studies, UCLA