*MUCTJ Cosponsorship of the Marquette Summer Faculty Fellowship / Regular Research Grant Competition
In cooperation with the Marquette University Committee on Research, MUCTJ is cosponsoring up to two SFF each year. Applications are made through the regular SSF/RRG process. For information see SFF
Dr. Mark Berlin (Department of Political Science) for his project on "The Determinants and Effects of National Legislative Reforms to Prevent Torture."
Dr. Alison Clark Efford (Department of History) for her project "Suicide and Immigrant Emotions, 1882-1924."
Dr. Noelle Brigden (Department of Political Science) for her project “Surviving the Passage: Clandestine Journeys from Central America.”
Dr. Bryan Rindfleisch (Department of History) for his project “’Possessed of the Most Extensive Trade, Connextions & Influence’: The Atlantic Intimacies of an 18th Century Indian Trader.”
Dr. Sarah Gendron (Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures) for her project “Professing Hate: the Strategic use of Academia for the Justification and Implementation of Genocide.”
Dr. Michael Donoghue (Department of History) for his project “Race, Identity, and Gender in U.S. Military Cuban Relations 1941-1964.”
Fr. John Thiede, SJ (Department of Theology) for a study of the historic Jesuit Missions in San Ignacio de Mojos Bolivia.
Dr. Chima Korieh (Department of History) for a project on African Society in Nigeria and the Second World War.