The Division on Women and Crime and the Division on Victimology are now accepting applications for the Larry J. Siegel Graduate Fellowships (given by the Darald and Julie Libby Foundation), recognizing exceptional graduate students in the fields of gender and crime and victimology. Each division will award one graduate student annually a one-ˇtime fellowship in the amount of $5,000 to support a project involving original research, program or service development, implementation, and/or evaluation, or advocacy.
Division on Women and Crime is now accepting applications for the Feminist Criminology Graduate Research Scholarship, which is designed to recognize an exceptional graduate student in the field of gender and crime. The scholarship is funded by the royalties from Feminist Criminology, an innovative journal that is dedicated to research related to women, girls, and crime within the context of a feminist critique of criminology.
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This solicitation is for a chapter in an edited volume on the topic of Ethics, Errors, & Ethnocentrism. The chapters could be about;
1. U.S.: Concerns about ethics, errors, or ethnocentrism with reference to how specific communities, cultures, behaviors, narratives, events, etc. in the United States are explored, studied, interpreted, and presented.
2. Non-U.S.: Concerns about ethics, errors, or ethnocentrism with reference to how foreign cultures, behaviors, communities, systems, narratives, particular events, religions, etc. are presented in the United States.
3. Methodology: Ethical concerns in conducting research (collecting data, gaining access, helicopter researchers, subject safety, etc.) in cross-cultural, multicultural, and transnational settings.