Summer Research at the School of Social Sciences

research_june1.jpegFourteen faculty in the School of Social Sciences have received Summer Research Grants. "The proposals were quite outstanding," says Elaine Leeder, dean of the school. Their research explores topics including the history of humanistic pyschology, anti-gay bias, and bringing birth control to Sante Fe.

The complete list of social sciences faculty and their summer research grants is as follows:


Jeff Baldwin, geography and global studies

Beaver Recolonization in the West


Matthew Paolucci Callahan, psychology

Anti-gay Bias


James Dean, sociology

"Normal" vs. "Heterosexual"


Steve Estes, history

Confederate Memory


Mary Gomes, psychology

Fasting from Electronic Media


Mary Halavais, history

Moriscos who Relocated to Rabat-Sale


Maria Hess, psychology

Counseling Program for Roseland


Sheila Katz, sociology

Welfare Mothers and Higher Education


Amy Kittlestrom, history

The Religion of Democracy


Lena McQuade, women's and gender studies

Bringing Birth Control to Santa Fe


Laura Naumann, psychology

FYE and EOP


Heather Smith, psychology

Physical Appearance Comparisons


Art Warmoth, psychology

History of Humanistic Pyschology


Eric Williams, criminology and criminal justice studies

Hermit Wardens


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