While research is at the core of ongoing faculty activities and intellectual life, time to devote solely to research can be transformative in generating unique scholarly interventions. That time is what CRE2 Faculty Fellowships provide. Fellowships also foster connections, catalyze new conversations in the study of race and ethnicity, and create lasting collaborative scholarly and professional partnerships.

Fellows will be released from their ordinary teaching, service, and administrative obligations. Fellows will have individual offices and access to meeting and programming space. This cohort of Fellows will participate in and lead collaborative workshops and seminars and will be integral to the CRE2 intellectual community. Each Fellow will have an opportunity to lead a workshop on their own research and scholarship; this workshop will be open to CRE2 Faculty Affiliates and the Fellow’s own invited guests.

CRE2 invites proposals for one-semester Faculty Fellowships during the Spring semester of 2023. Proposal submissions are due January 18, 2022. Awards will be announced February of 2022. To learn more about the Fellowship, eligibility, obligations, and how to apply, click the button below.

Applications must include this cover sheet and be submitted via email to cre2@wustl.edu with the subject “2023 Fellowship Submission.”

Spring 2022 Faculty Fellows

CRE2 invited proposals for one-semester Faculty Fellowships during Spring semester of the 2021-2022 academic year. Five fellowships were awarded. Every two years CRE2 designs themes to guide our work. While applicants are free to consider these strategic interests of the Center as they develop projects, we encourage fellowship proposals that feature other topics that are essential to a greater understanding of race and/or ethnicity.

Cynthia Feliciano

Professor, Sociology

Legacies of Inclusion: Children of Asian and Latin American Immigrants from Adolescence to Adulthood

Karma Frierson

Assistant Professor, African and African American Studies

The Recreation of Blackness: Roots, Rhythms, and Routines in Veracruz, Mexico

Trevor Gardner

Associate Professor, School of Law

Crime and Racial Capital

Husain Lateef

Assistant Professor, Brown School

Cultural Socialization and Premature Death Risk among Young Black Males

Ariela Schacter

Assistant Professor, Sociology

The Unequal Geography of Information: How Racialized Online Rental Housing Advertisements Affect Perceptions of Neighborhoods