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  • Jackson wins Tenth Decade grant to study Black Americans, group threat

    Jenn Jackson, assistant professor of political science, has been awarded $20,000 for their research project Race, Risks, and Responses: Mapping Black Americans’ Response to Group Threat. The grant is part of a special call to Maxwell faculty offering Tenth Decade Project funding to support research and initiatives that confront systemic racial inequality. Jackson’s project builds on and expands their inquiry into how young Black Americans of different social identities (across gender, class, sexual orientation, embodiment, etc.) experience threats, especially policing, differently based on variations in their social location and orientation to power.


    Tenth Decade Fund supports new scholarly projects

    The Maxwell School’s Tenth Decade Project will provide start-up funding for four new scholarly endeavors beginning this fall. These new projects will join five original projects funded at the time of the Tenth Decade Project’s inception.


    Is Uber the Future of Work? The Gig Economy and the Remaking of Economic Citizenship

    An April 15 event sponsored by the Labor Studies Working Group explored the implications of the "gig" or “sharing” economy for economic citizenship.


    MCI survey results released

    The Maxwell Citizenship Initiative — a faculty-led effort to nurture the interdisciplinary study of citizenship across the disciplines of the Maxwell School — recently released the results of their survey. See their findings here.


    Inequality and the State of Working America with Josh Bivens

    On April 7, 2016, Maxwell faculty, alumni and advisors and administrators gathered at CSIS in Washington, DC, for the discussion “Inequality and the State of Working America: Growth That is Progressive Doesn’t Just Happen – It Needs to Be an Overarching Policy Priority."

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