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Sociology Research

 

2022

Sparkes, M. (PI) Credit scores as 'codes' to markets and mobilities.
Cambridge Humanities Research Grants Scheme (2022): £4,050

"The disbandment of Hong Kong’s largest pro-democracy union coalition in 2021"
at the Philomathia Social Science Research Symposium, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge (29 June – 1 July 2022)

2022-2025: Co-PI, “Race Trouble. Decolonizing race andracial inequality in postcolonial Portugal” (2022.04225.PTDC) exploratory research project, funded by the Foundation for Science and Technology,Portuguese Ministry for Science, Technology and Higher Education. PI: Sofia Aboim. Funding awarded: €49.981,65.

2021

“The State of the Hong Kong Labor Movement”, Nordic Asia Podcast Available at: https://nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast/podcasts/the-state-of-the-hong-ko... (2 July, 2021)

2020

Desai, M. (PI) Gendered Violence and Urban Transformation in India and South Africa. ESRC Large Grant (2020-2023): £1.76m

The Global roots of Black sociology, Cambridge Humanities Research Grants Scheme (£1425).

HelpAge International and the Samuel Centre for Samuel Connectedness (2020), “Understanding
Social Connectedness Among Older People in Low and Middle Income Countries,” Moldova.

HelpAge International and the Samuel Centre for Samuel Connectedness (2020), “Understanding
Social Connectedness Among Older People in Low and Middle Income Countries,” Moldova.

2019

Meghji, A. (PI) A new Black consciousness? Anti-racism among the Black elite in South Africa and the United States. Cambridge Humanities Research Grants Scheme (2019): £13,657.20

2018

Page, T. (CI) What universities can learn from workplace policies on preventing sexual misconduct. British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant (2018): £9,966

GCRF / RCUK Research for Health in Conflict (R4HC) 2018 - 2022. The political economy of health in the Arab region. CO-I and lead of the political economy of health component. 650K.

European Union, Swedish International Development Agency, and RECOFTC (2018-2019), “A
Social and Gender Analysis of Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade: Opportunities and Risks in the Illegal Timber Supply Chain in Xayaboury Province,” Laos.

European Union, Swedish International Development Agency, and RECOFTC (2018-2019), “A
Social and Gender Analysis of Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade: Opportunities and Risks in the Illegal Timber Supply Chain in Xayaboury Province,” Laos.

Page, T. (CI) Analysis of secondary data on staff sexual misconduct in UK higher education. University of Portsmouth grant (2018): £6877.16

2017

Page, T. (CI) Developing intersectional approaches to challenge sexual harassment and violence in universities. HEFCE Catalyst grant (2017-2018): £43,000

Kandil, H. (PI) The Military Origins of Freedom and Oppression. Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study Pro Futura Fellowship (2017-2020): £198,797

Moreno Figueroa, M. (PI) Latin American Antiracism in a ‘Post-Racial’ Age. ESRC (2017-2019): £1,005,035

2016

Desai, M. (PI) Comparative Study of Gendered Violence: India and South Africa. School of the Humanities and Social Sciences (2016-18): £67,845

Mottier, V. Debating Homosexuality in Uganda: The case of members of parliament. Cambridge Africa Alborada Fund (2016-2017): £5680

Moreno Figueroa, M. (PI) Becoming Black: gender, racism and representation in the Costa Chica, Mexico. Cambridge Humanities Research Grant Scheme (2016): £17,000 

Moreno Figueroa, M. (PI) Institutional racism and the logics of the contemporary Mexican state. British Academy Newton Advanced Fellowships (2016-2018): £73,952

2015

Burchell, B. (PI) A new method to analyse occupational gender segregation. European Commission (2015): £20,000

2012

Burchell, B. (PI) Gender and working conditions. European Foundation (2012): £30,000

2011

Miley, J. (PI) Immigrant Identities, Attitudes and Behaviour in the European Union. Cambridge Humanities Research Grants Scheme (2011-2013): £19,833

2010

Desai, M. (PI) Beyond Identity?: Markets and Logics of Democratization in Post-1991 India. Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant (2010-2013): £78,500