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Scholar-Activist Project Awards – 2014/15 recipients

“Re-membering Rebellion in the Forgotten East: Knowledge Coproduction as a Necessary Link in the De/fence of Ch’orti’ Territory”

Jennifer Casolo and Peter Marchetti Raph (Universidad Rafael Landívar, Guatemala), Lesly Ramírez (Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala) and Jacobo Omar Jerónimo (Central Campesina Ch’orti’ Nuevo Día, Guatemala)

Spreading the Seed: Feminist Kurdish Revolution and Radical Epistemologies

Marta Jorba (University of Girona, Spain), Dilar Dirik (University of Cambridge, UK), Mireia Foradada and Maria Rodó de Zárate (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain) and Meral Çiçek (Kurdish Centre for Women’s Affairs, Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan)

“The Arts and Precarity: Forging New Solidarities (A Cabaret and Workshop)”

Heather McLean, Laura-Jane Nolan and Dave Featherstone (University of Glasgow, UK) and Susan Fitzpatrick (University of Strathclyde, UK)

“The Detroit Re-entry Project”

Reuben Miller (University of Michigan, USA), Rev. Joseph Summers (Episcopal Church of the Incarnation / Michigan Prisoner Re-entry Program, USA), Hazelette Crosby-Robinson (Washtenaw Community Health Organization / Michigan Prisoner Re-entry Program, USA) and Ronald Simpson-Bey (American Friends Service Committee / Good Neighbor Project, USA)

Organize! Action Research of Global Workers for Local Victories

Emma Saunders (University of Edinburgh, UK), Adrien Roux (Réseaux pour l’Action Collective Transnationale / ReAct, France), Jamie McCallum (Middlebury College, USA), Chris Chan (City University of Hong Kong) and Pinglan Chan (Worker Empowerment, Hong Kong)

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