Creating Pathways for Research on Race, Gender, & their Intersections

The Center for Race & Gender is a central resource that supports research illuminating how race and gender shape human life. CRG student research grants, initiatives, and working groups increase the capacity of scholars across UC Berkeley, the U.S., and around the world to chart new pathways of inquiry.

Research Projects

Research initiatives and working groups that create productive intellectual exchange, facilitate deeper understandings of research topics, and seed new ideas.

Research Opportunities

Opportunities for scholars to present emerging research at the CRG Thursday Forum Series, propose new research working groups, and apply for grants to support student projects.

Student Research

CRG provides grants to students pursuing research or creative projects focusing on race and gender inquiry. Grants help financially sustain emerging projects and connects students to the larger campus community of scholars focusing on race, gender, sexuality, and nation.

Annie Fukushima, Linda Burnham, Charis Thompson, and Grace Chang at The Insurgent Legacy of Evelyn Nakano Glenn, 2016 Symposium
Photo by Peg Skorpinski