History and Overview:
The Rosenblum Award will be awarded every year and it will be for $2500. We will not provide any extra funding for travel. This is an award that we will give at the Summer Meeting.
Last year’s winner in 2017 was Deborah Ilaboya.
The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage doctoral research in sociology, anthropology, psychology and related fields on women’s experience of breast cancer and other reproductive cancers and the prevention of these cancers. Another goal of the scholarship is to encourage scholars to make this type of research accessible to the public through speaking and publishing for lay audiences.
$2,500 will be awarded to support any aspect of doctoral research and/or publication and presentation of results from the date advanced to candidacy through one year after receiving the doctorate. The award will be presented at the annual meeting of SWS in August. All applicants will have the opportunity to discuss their work with a member of the committee.
The candidate must identify as a woman with a feminist orientation who is sensitive to studying women’s cancers and their impact on diverse groups of women, including those of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, language, religion, geographical areas, and other cultural perspectives. The candidate must have an approved prospectus for doctoral research. The topic should be useful academically and should also have pragmatic and practical applications such as informing and empowering women, demystifying the disease, and/or having implications for the breast cancer epidemic more broadly. The scholarship is intended for researchers who plan to present their findings and applications to lay audiences as well as social scientists
To apply for the Barbara Rosenblum Scholarship please send the following to Ana Porroche-Escudero at email@example.com by April 1, 2018.
- electronic copy of the application form: Click To Access 2018 Rosenblum Application
- electronic copy of your CV
- electronic copy of your dissertation proposal or prospectus
Please do not send more than 15 pages. If the full proposal is longer, select the section or sections which most clearly describe what you are doing, who your subjects will be, and what methods you will use. If you are near completion, please include a brief statement describing the above and major findings.
Emily Hallgren, University of Illinois at Chicago