Angeles, for 2005-06.
7 book awards for Domestica
(listed on pp. 4 of CV)
PEW-sponsored Center for Religion and Civic Culture, Research Grants to
study religion, immigration and politics
USC College Grant for Research with Undergraduate Students on Post-9/11
Ernest A. Lynton Award for Faculty Professional Service and Academic
Outreach (national), Honorable Mention
College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, General Education Teaching Award
American Sociological Association Spivak Grant, for Applied Research,
“Clergy Advocacy for Immigrant Workers”
College Award for Research, College of Letters, Arts & Sciences, USC, for
preparation of edited book on Gender and Contemporary U.S. Immigration.
Raubenheimer Young Faculty Award, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences,
Jesse Bernard Award, Honorable Mention, for
Institute of American Cultures, UCLA, Research grant, "Paid domestic work in
Postdoctoral Visiting Scholar at UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, fall.
Visiting Scholar at the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the
Humanities, "Perspectives on Los Angeles: Narratives, Images, History," spring
Zumberge Fund for Interdisciplinary Research and Scholarship Grant, new
approaches to the study of Latino L.A., with Professor Laura Pulido.
Southern California Studies Center, USC, Research grant, "Domestic