CES Fellow Releases Research on Trans Women of Color at Work

Between 2018-2019, Joss Green (one of our 2019-2020 CES Fellows) and Woods Ervin traveled to 5 cities (Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco) and interviewed 23 trans women and femmes of color about their work experiences. In each interview, they...

Unprotected on the Job

Newly appointed CES Fellow, Isaac Jabola Carolus, has gained press attention in California for his research on home health workers. Isaac’s report, issued by the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, “Unprotected on the Job: How Exclusion from...

CES Fellow, Jessica Katzenstein, on Militarized Policing

Jessica Katzenstein, a CES fellow in 2020-2021, has written an important report on the militarization of U.S. policing. The Wars Are Here: How the United States’ Post-9/11 Wars Helped Militarize U.S. Police has been published by the “Costs of War Project” at the...

Meet the 2020-2021 Fellows

Despite the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center was able to complete our work of selecting six awardees from among 180 applications from universities across the United States. Thanks to the volunteer work of more than 150 academic referees,...

Conference CFP: Power at the Margins II

Apply now to be a presenter at the scholar-activist conference at UC Berkeley March 12-14, 2020. Academics across the social sciences and humanities have long worked to theorize the people, spaces, and politics of the fringes of traditional housing. Homelessness,...

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