Deadline: Friday, November 11, 2016
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Richard Saber Undergraduate Research Grant
This grant was established by Brian Saber '84 in 1993 in memory of his father, Richard Saber. The grant is awarded every fall to a Brandeis undergraduate to support a research project in the field of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
Award Recipents and Project Topics
“Life of Female Factory Labor in China"
"Jewish Mothers of Autistic Children: Ritual and Disability Through a Feminist Lens"
2015-16: Aliya Bean
“Women’s Colleges, the Evolution of Romantic Friendships, and the Development of a Lesbian Identity (1890s-1930s)"
2014-15: Damiana Andonova
“The Life and Work of Mary Harris Thompson"
2013-14: Amalia Bob-Waksberg
“Historical and Contemporary Resources for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence ”
2012-13: Jen Mandelbaum
“Cross-Cultural Analysis of Preconception Care Policy Implications in South Africa and the United States ”
2011-12: Caitlin Abber
“Women in Need of Healthy Project”
2010-11: Victoria Wiet
“Jewess Tattoess: Genealogies of Feminist Embodiement in Contemporary Performance”
2009-10: Anum Irfan Khan
"In Search of a Better Life: The Maternal Experience as an Immigrant in Massachusetts"
2008-09: Rebecca Sivitz
"Discourse and Discrimination: Women's Underepresentation and Failure in High School Debate"
2007-08: Jane Schlapkohl
"Women's Perspectives on the use of Epidurals during Childbirth"
2006-07: Angela Marchant
“Female Circumcision and Holistic Health”
2005-06: Chana Richman-Langman
“Jewish Women’s Childrearing Practices: A Content Analysis of Early 20th Century Eastern European Yiddish Sources”
2004-05: Mina Yoshioka
“An Economic and Anthropological Examination of Gender Discrimination in the Japanese Labor Market”
2003-04: Jessica Light
“Visual Attention on Women Approaching or Passed the Deadline of the 'Biological Clock’”
2002-03: Lily Davidson
“Why the Women’s Movement does not Move anymore: A Comparison of the Depoliticalization of Second Wave Feminism in the Netherlands and the United States”
2001-02: Jennifer Agmi
“An Examination of how Race, Class, and Gender affect the Psychological Well-being and Identity of Latino Immigrants”
2000-01: Tamara Grimm
“Binding Ties: Religion and Identity in a GLBT Jewish Congregation”
1999-2000: Elizabeth Pederson
“The Double Bind: The Choice Between Addiction and Motherhood”
1998-99: Abigail Judge
“Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa in an Era of Managed Care”
1997-98: Anne Pollock
“Narratives of Anonymous Paid Egg Donors”
1996-97: Nick Rubashkim
“Gay Culture’s Valorization of Masculine Gay Identity”
1995-96: Abigail Lawrence
“Social Mobility and the Immigrant Domestic Worker Experience”
1994-95: Jocelyn Karen Wilk
“'To Do My Duty to My Country’: The Girl Scouts and American Society in the 1920’s and 1950’s”
1993-94: Anupma Jain
“Women and Involuntary Resettlement in relation to the Sardor Sarovar Project in India”