The John Randolph Haynes Foundation

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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS
February 1, 2018

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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS (Page 7 of 15)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
University of Southern California 2009 Downtown Democracy: The Role of Civic Participation in the Redevelopment of Central Los Angeles, 1994-2009 Nicholas M. Dahmann $20000
University of California, Los Angeles 2009 On the Cosmopolitan Frontier: Jews and their Social Networks in Nineteenth-Century Los Angeles Karen S. Wilson $20000
University of Southern California 2009 On the Move and in the Moment: Community Formation, Identity, Politics, and Opportunity in South Central Los Angeles, 1945-Present Abigail Rosas $20000
University of Southern California 2008 Imagining Alliance: Queer Anti-Imperialism & race in California, 1966-1989 Emily Hobson $20000
University of California, Riverside 2008 Institutional Design and the Use of Direct Democracy in Local Government Settings Jackie Filla $20000
University of California, Los Angeles 2008 Salvadorean Day In LA: Pthways, Promises and Pitfalls in Immigrant Civic Engagement Arpi Miller $20000
University of Southern California 2008 Faith and Community: Transitioning Gang Members in Boyle Heights Edward Flores $20000
University of California, Los Angeles 2008 The Daily Lives of Street Kinds in Los Angeles Elizabeth Joniak $20000
University of California, Irvine 2008 Racial and Religious Contexts: A Case Study of 2nd Generation Iranian-Americans in Los Angeles Golnaz Komaie $20000
University of California, Riverside 2008 The Immigrant Enclave and Social Difference in the Coachella Valley: Labor and Housing as Indicators of Intra-Enclave Distinction Patrick Linder $20000