Recent Grants Awarded

The following faculty have received classroom enhancement grants.


Charles Crabtree, Government
GOVT 10: Quantitative Political Analysis
national, quota-based survey sample from Prolific

Mona Domosh, Geography
Geography 90: Research in Geography
Adam Bledsoe, Assistant Professor of Geography at University of Minnesota

Jennifer Jerit, Government
PBPL 83.01/GOVT 83.28: Persuasion and the Policy Process
Professor Eric Merkley Assistant Professor, University of Toronto

Madeleine McLeester, Anthropology
Anthropology 11: Ancient Native Americans
flint knapping materials for an exercise on stone tool making

Lisa Baldez, Government
Govt 85.38: Gender and War
Debra Wada, member of National Commission on Public, National, and Military Service

Sergei Kan, Anthropology
Anthropology 72: Anthropology of Ethnicity and Nationalism
Lissa Caldwell, Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz

Jennifer Jerit, Government
GOVT 39.01: Political Psychology
Jaime E. Settle, Associate Professor of Government, College of William & Mary

Sergei Kan, Anthropology
COCO 39/GOVT 40.41: Red Terror: History and Culture of the Stalin Labor Camps
Golfo Alexopoulos, Professor and Director of Institute for Russian, European, and Eurasian Studies, University of South Florida

Sergei Kan, Anthropology
ANTH 14: Anthropology of Death and Dying
Dr. Shannon Dawdy, Professor of Anthropology, University of Chicago

Charis Boke, Anthropology
ANTH 50.27: Anthropology of Food
Dr Elizabeth Reddy, Assistant Professor in Engineering, Design, and Society;  the Colorado School of Mines

Lisa Baldez, Government
Govt 95 Human Rights in the U.S., Govt 94 Social Movements in the U.S., and Govt 93 Washington Internships
Mike Pyle, National Security Council and Robert Doar, American Enterprise Institute

Jennifer Eyre, Anthropology
ANTH 50.54: Issues in Paleoanthropology
3D Printing of hominin fossils

Laura Edmondson, Theater
AAAS 54.05/THEA 10.64/WGSS 66.15: Feminist & Queer Africas
Stella Nyanzi, Ugandan Feminist and Queer Activist

Sarah Kelly, Geography
GEOG 40.04/ANTH 50.48, Energy Justice
David Hughes, Professor of Anthropology, Rutgers University

Douglas Moody, Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies
LATS 37, Migrant Lives and Labor in the Upper Valley: Latinx Studies for Community Engagement
Guest speakers from Migrant Justice, The Milk with Dignity campaign and 2023 tour



Chelsey Kivland, Anthropology
ANTH 3 – Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Julio Alejandro Muñoz Uribe (Ragko), an Indigenous artist from Mapuche-Williche territory in South-Central Chile

Laura Edmonson, Theater
AAAS 54.05/THEA 10.64/WGSS 66.15: Feminist & Queer Africas
Victor J. Mukasa, Uganda's first openly transgender person, and leading Ugandan human rights defender

Chelsey Kivland, Anthropology
ANTH 33: Global Caribbean
Jerry Rosembert Moiise, a Haitian affiti artist with an extensive portfolio in graffiti art and painting

Jeremy DeSilva, Anthropology
ANTH 50.44. Darwin and Human Evolution
Holly Dunsworth, Professor of Biological Anthropology, University of Rhode Island

Jiajing Wang, Anthropology
ANTH 50.50 Archaeology of food
Plant materials and lab supplies for hands-on class activities

Sienna Craig, Anthropology
ANTH 73: Main Currents in Anthropology: Theory and Ethnography
Katie Stewart, Professor of Anthropology, University of Texas Austin

Sergei Kan, Anthropology
COCO 33/JWST 5.01/ANTH 50.41: Homelands and Diasporas: Russian Jews on Three Continents
Dr. Fran Markowitz, Professor Emerita, Ben Gurion University, Israel

Sergei Kan, Anthropology
COCO 36 Alaska: American Dreams and Native Realities
Dr. Igor Krupnik, Chair, Department of Anthropology, Smithsonian Institution

Frank Magilligan, Geography
GEOG 62.01/EARS 71: River Processes and Watershed Science
Dr. Lenka Slavikova, Associate Professor of Public Economics at Jan Evangelista Purkyně University, Ústí nad Labem (UJEP), Czech Republic

Deborah Jordan Brooks, Government
GOVT 83.05 The Media and Advertising in American Politics
Rachael Aragon, Reporter, Fox 45 in Baltimore; former GOVT 83.05 student

Israel Reyes, Spanish and Portuguese, LALACS
LATS 37: Migrant Lives and Labor in the Upper Valley
Travel to dairy farms where students conduct ESL classes with migrant dairy farmworkers

Jason Barabas, Government, Rockefeller Center
GOVT37/PBPL 44: Polling, Public Opinion, and Public Policy
Student Membership for the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR)

Laura Edmondson, Theater
THEA 21/WGSS 59: Race, Gender, and Performance, "Representational Conundrums in Disability Arts"
Dr. Carrie Sandahl, head of the Program on Disability Art, Culture, and Humanities at the University of Illinois Chicago

Lisa Baldez; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Government
WGSS 10: Sex, Gender, and Society
Jennifer S. Hirsch, Professor of Socio-Medical Sciences at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University



Mia Costa, Government
Gov83.22: Political Representation
Laurel Harbridge-Yong, Associate Professor of Political Science at Northwestern

Ronald Shaiko, Rockefeller Center
PBPL 5: Introduction to Public Policy
Jamila Michener, Associate Professor of Government, Cornell University

Laura Edmondson, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
WGSS 10: Sex, Gender, and Society
Autumn Brown, Worker-Owner at the Anti-Oppression Resource & Training Alliance (AORTA) and adrienne maree brown, who grows healing ideas in public through her multi-genre writing, her music and her podcasts

Kenneth Bauer, Anthropology
ANTH 32: Anthropology of Tibet and the Himalayas
Lucas Millard is an award-winning filmmaker and cinematographer

Douglas Moody, Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies
LATS 37: Migrant Lives and Labor in the Upper Valley: Latinx Studies for Community Engagement
Marina Massidda '17, artist

Pati Hernandez, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
WGSS 66.05: Telling Stories for Social Change
Charlotte Rankin, artistic collaborator, former inmate  of the Sullivan County House of Correction, featured in the documentary It's Criminal



Giavanna Munafo, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
WGSS 20.02: #MeToo: Intersectionality, Hashtag Activism & Our Lives
Lucy McLure; multi-visual artist, photographer and educator; founding organizer of the Nasty Women movement in New Haven; leader, Nasty Women Connecticut

Douglas Moody, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
WGSS 10: Sex, Gender, and Society
Ana Narvaez and Michael Boudreau, Project Coordinator and Executive Director, Compas de Nicaragua

Elizabeth Mallott, Anthropology
Anth 20: Primate Evolution and Ecology and Anth 62: Health and Disease in Evolutionary Perspective
Katherine Amato, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Northwestern University

Charles Wheelan, Rockefeller Center
PBPL 5: Introduction to Public Policy
Kyle Bailey, Campaign Director, Committee for Ranked Choice Voting

Brooke Harrington, Sociology
SOCY 66: Markets and Management
Stephen Murphy, former broker on the New York Stock Exchange and Chicago Mercantile Exchange

Kenneth Bauer, Anthropology
ANTH 50.33: Cartographic Encounters: Mapping Across Cultures
Ross Perlin, linguist and Co-Director of the Endangered Language Alliance




Herschel Nachlis, Rockfeller Center
PBPL 28: Laws, Courts and Judges; PBPL 46: Policy Implementation
Movie RBG for all Students

Francine A'ness, Women's Gender & Sexuality Studies
WGSS 10 - 4 sections
Frederick Douglass Now, show at the Hopkins Center

Jeremy DeSilva, Anthropology
ANTH 41: Human Evolution
Carol Ward, University of Missouri, Director of Anatomical Sciences

Christopher Sneddon, Geography/Environmental Studies
ENVS/GEOG 67: Political Ecology
Ian Baird, University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Geography and Center for Southeast Asian Studies

Robert Santulli, Psych & Brain Sciences
Living with Cognitive Decline and Dementia
Rachel Hadas, poet, author, professor, translator.

Nickolas Reo, Native American Studies
NAS 13: Feast & Forest; Tribal wildlife management, climate change and Indigenous food ways.
Dr. Casey Thornbrugh, former Director of Mashpee Wampanoag Natural Resource Dept.

Bruno Frohlich, Anthropology
ANTH 12.18: Anthropology and Forensic Sciences
Dr. Albert B. Harper, PhD, JD, President of Forensic Science Consortium

Charles Wheelan, Rockefeller Center, Public Policy
PBPL 85 Topics in Global Policy Leadership/Columbia
Northern Stage Play: Oslo

Pamela Voekel, History
LACS 1: The Police: Some Lessons from History
Micol Seigel, Author of Violence Work: State Power and the Limits of Police, Fellow at Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, Harvard University

Prue Merton and Francine A'Ness, IWR & DCAL
W5-01: Experience and Education: Teachers, Students, Institutions, and the Power of Learning and W5-17: The View from the Balcony: Learning How You Learn
Nic Voge, Sr. Associate Director, McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, Princeton College.

Zaneta Thayer, Anthropology
Evolution of Pregnancy, Birth and Babies
Dr. Lee Gettler, Director of the Hormones, Health, and Human Behavior Laboratory, Notre Dame

Ken Bauer, Anthropology
ANTH 32: Anthropology of Tibet and the Himalaya
Ms. Julie Bridgham,. Director of "Sari Soldiers"

Ann Ambrecht, Anthropology
ANTH 45: Asian Medical Systems
Pamela Kentish, acupuncturist, Montpelier, VT

Chelsey Kivland, Anthropology
Haiti and It's Visitors
Monvelynou Alexi