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Pembroke Center Research Development Grant for Graduate Students

Funding Opportunities

The Pembroke Center Research Development Grants support innovative research by graduate students from any department pursuing work related to the Pembroke Center, including, but not limited to, gender and/or sexuality studies, women's education, health, community activism, philanthropy, economic status, and women's rights.

For application due date, see here

Graduate students are invited to apply for grants up to $2,000. Application materials include:

  • a three- to five-page description of your research project
  • a letter of support from faculty advisor
  • amount requested and plan for allocated grant funds

2023/24 Recipient

Augusta da Silveira de Oliveira

Augusta (Guta) da Silveira de Oliveira, History
From Inverts to Dykes: Lesbian Life in Twentieth Century Brazil





Past Recipients

  • 2022/23 - Devon Clifton, English
    Psychoanalytics: Towards a Black Object Study

  • 2021/22 - Sara Colantuono, Italian Studies
    The Lonzi Paradox: Rethinking Lonzi’s Place in the Canon of Italian Feminist Thought