Douglas Smith, The Huntington Library, “One Person, One Vote: Reapportionment and the political transformation of Southern California”

Major Research Grants

Grantee Org
Year
Project Description
Primary Contact
Amount
1999

Innovations in Charter Schools: Impact on Student Achievement

Priscilla Wohlsetter
$145267
1999

The Loss of Edendale: Los Angeles and the Emergence of a Politics of Identity

Daniel Hurewitz
$5400
1999

Elective Affinities and Aesthetic Networks Among Chicana/o Artists in Los Angeles

Jeffrey Rangel
$5400
1999

The Entertainment Industry in the World Economy: Effects on the Economy of Los Angeles

Ronald L. Rowgowski & Kerry A. Chase
$23830
1999

Early California Population Project

Robert Ritchie
$110000
1999

Whose City Hall? Charter Reform in Los Angeles

Raphael Sonenshein
$83031
1999

Welfare Reform and the Working Poor: An Investigation of Labor Market Connections Among Welfare Workers in Los Angeles County

Daniel J. Flaming, Peter Force, Mark Drayse
$112050
1999

The Lynching of Hispanic Americans, 1848-1928

William Carrigan
$1800
1999

William J. Seymour and the Azusa Street Revival: The Contribution of Los Angeles to a Worldwide Movement

Cecil M. Robeck, Jr.
$89592

Upcoming Proposal Due Dates

Major Research Grants

September 2021: The Haynes Foundation is not accepting proposals for Major Research Grants until further notice.

For more information, see How to Apply.