ICGC in partnership with the Office of the Vice President for Research support collaborative and interdisciplinary research circles involving ICGC faculty and students. Supported research projects relate to ICGC’s academic mission through a focus on global change, especially as seen in the global south and communities of color within North America; addressing issues of peace, conflict, security, social and environmental change, justice, human rights, development and international cooperation. We understand the global south to include communities in Asia, Africa, and Latin America as well as communities in North America, Europe, and elsewhere experiencing marginalization and living precariously in the context of global change. Projects that include attention to the politics of transactional knowledge flows are also welcome.
The research circles bring participants together for a period of sustained interaction (one to two years) around a theme of common interest and across disciplinary lines to explore innovative research agendas with a global, international, or transnational focus and to develop the bases for continued collaboration. The research circles support scholarly research initiatives of an interdisciplinary and international nature designed to:
- Foster an interdisciplinary community of ICGC faculty and graduate students
- Explore innovative research agendas with a global south dimension and interdisciplinary range
- Develop continued collaboration
Call for Proposals
2017 Call for Proposals - Deadline is March 31, 2017
The Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change (ICGC) in partnership with the Office of the Vice President for Research is pleased to announce an initiative to fund collaborative and interdisciplinary research circles involving ICGC faculty and students. Read the guidelines for more information.
Current Research Circles
- Provincializing Global Urbanism
- Water Access and Governance in the Global South
- Subjects, Objects, Agents: Children's Lives and Livelihoods in the Global South
- Transborder Conversations on Race, Caste and Indigeneity