On the theme “Border-to-Border: Mexico-United States-Canada,” $30,000 Comparative Border Studies fellowships will be awarded to post-docs to be in-residence at the School of Transborder Studies on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus for the academic year.
The Comparative Border Studies program at ASU is a unique research initiative designed to bring scholars, artists, and the public together to discuss and debate issues pertaining to geopolitical borders. The heart of Comparative Border Studies will be the events and speaker series that explore a range of topics such as security, immigration, wealth creation and economic development, trade relations, health and environmental management, cultural production, and bicultural/binational education.
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