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
2009

“SoCal Connected”

Al Jerome
$50000
2009

“The Rise of the Decline to States”

R. Michael Alvarez
$131995
2009

“Fighting Traffic at the Ballot Box: Anti-Congestion Policy in Los Angeles, 1990-2008”

Michael Manville
$36891
2009

“Technology, Writing, and Academic Achievement”

Mark Warschauer
$62571
2009

“Los Angeles: State of the City Report for 2010 and Beyond”

Jaime Regalado
$45000
2009

“In Search of Suburbia: The Photography of Maynard L. Parker and the Architecture of Middle Class Living”

Jennifer Watts
$27100
2009

On the Ground in Suburbia: A Chronicle of Social & Civic Transformations in LA since 1945

Becky Nicolaides
$58700
2008

To collect and publish five years of Los Angeles contribution, vote, and interest group data.

Dan Newman
$155000
2008

“Discovering the California Island: Can we Foster a More Productive Political Culture of Social Investment?”

Dowell Myers
$200000

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.