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14.11.2016
WORKSHOP FOR STUDENTS: “Essential Skills for Writing Fundable Proposals”

On Monday, 21st November, 2016, Fulbright Senior Specialist and Associate Professor Carla Guerrón Montero from the University of Delaware will carry out a workshop, entitled “Essential Skills for Writing Fundable Proposals”. The workshop will be carried out from 1 pm to 2:30 pm in the room P3 at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology (Zavetiška 5, Ljubljana). In this workshop, students will learn the basic structures of successful grant proposals. Students will learn a useful template for proposal writing, will be immersed in hands-on activities, and will learn about the most common review process formats. Emphasis will be placed on the grant writing process in the United States; however, the template and techniques discussed will be translatable to the European context.

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Assoc Prof Carla Guerrón Montero, PhD, is a cultural and applied anthropologist trained in the United States and Latin America, and specialized in the anthropology of tourism, the anthropology of food, and the African diaspora. Dr. Guerrón Montero is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Delaware, with joint appointments in Latin American and Iberian Studies, Black American Studies and Women and Gender Studies. She received a PhD degree in Cultural Anthropology and Latin American Studies from the University of Oregon; a Master of Arts degree in Applied Anthropology from Oregon State University (United States), and a Licenciatura degree in Socio-cultural Anthropology from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Ecuador (Quito-Ecuador)

 Dr. Guerrón Montero studies the complex and multiple meanings and representations of identity among marginalized populations in modern Latin American and Caribbean nation-states (Brazil, Ecuador, Grenada, and Panama). She has published a book (“The Color of the Panela: Study of Afro-Ecuadorian Women in the Afro-Ecuadorian Andes”) and edited a book (“Careers in Applied Anthropology: Advice from Academics and Practicing Anthropologists”), and several book chapters.  In addition, she has published extensively in English and Spanish, in professional journals such as “Anthropological Quarterly”, “Bulletin for Latin American Research”, “Ethnology”, “Human Organization”, the “Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change”, and “Ecology of Food and Nutrition”, among others.  She is currently working on the book “From Temporary Migrants to Permanent Attractions: Tourism and the Construction of National and Transnational Afro-Antillean Identities in Panama” (University of Alabama Press).

Her research and studies have been funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), the Fulbright, the Ford Foundation, the Inter-American Foundation, the Nippon Foundation (Japan), the National Science Foundation (NSF), the National Secretary for Higher Education, Science, and Technology (SENESCYT, Ecuador), and the Oregon State System of Higher Education, among others. She has been fellow at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York), Senior Researcher and Lecturer at the Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (Quito, Ecuador), and Visiting Researcher at the Museu Nacional of the Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ).

 

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