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CCSRE: Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity Graduate Fellowships

About CCSRE

The Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity Graduate Fellowship (CCSRE-GF) awards three-year fellowships to outstanding doctoral students, newly admitted to a department at Stanford, who are interested in the study of the meanings, processes, and consequences of race, ethnicity and inequality. 

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CCSRE fellowships are by nomination only. Learn more on the CCSRE site.

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Recent News

Nov 29 2019 | Los Angeles Times
It is 1956. A queue of Mexican immigrants stands at a processing station in Texas, about to be admitted to the United States as part of the bracero guest worker program. They are naked, clothes in hand, waiting for a masked attendant to douse them with DDT, an insecticide whose use would be banned...
Sep 18 2016 | The Stanford Daily
In this edition of Glam Grads, The Daily talked with third-year Ph.D. candidate in modern thought and literature (MTL) Jonathan Leal about his work at the intersection of minority literatures and popular music, with a focus on African American and Chicana/o aesthetic practices. Hailing from the Rio...
Initiated in 1989, this program recognizes and rewards outstanding teaching by teaching assistants in the Schools of Humanities and Sciences, Earth Sciences, and Engineering. The 2014 award recipients include SGF, SIGF, CCSRE, and DARE fellows. Read the full article
Feb 10 2014 | Stanford Report
In a new workshop at the Stanford Humanities Center, scholars from a range of disciplines explore how historical and cultural analysis offers crucial insight about our capitalist economy. Destin Jenkins is a 2010 CCSRE fellow.