the Power, Violence & Inequality Collective invites you to apply 2018-19 Graduate Research Fellows Program Request for Applications  This year’s themes Institutions: The Educational System, The Criminal Justice System, The Military Intersections among Gender, Race, Ethnicity and Class Communicating Violence Violence in Global Perspective  Deadline 5:00 pm, September 3, 2018  Apply today at.virginia.edu/PVIGradFellows
the Power, Violence & Inequality Collective presents  PVI Fellows  Mini-Conference Friday April 20, 2018 New Cabell Hall 236 Watch Online
Slavery Since Emancipation Speaker Series  the Carter G. Woodson Institute & the Power, Violence & Inequality Collective present Four Peculiar Institutions  of Racial Rule  How They Differ, Why It Matters
the Power, Violence & Inequality Collective presents  Women's Rights and  Feminist Movements  in Morocco Major Achievements and the Pending Challenges
Torres Video Online
Shireen Hassim now ONLINE
Lebron Video Online
Preston Reynolds event
Preston Reynolds
Eugenics at UVA and Its Impact on Race and Gender Inequity
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Rachel Wahl event
Rachel Wahl, Curry School of Education,
presents "Just Violence: Torture and Human Rights in the Eyes of the Police"
Torres Event
Dorothy Roberts event
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The Power, Violence and Inequality (PVI) Collective in the College of Arts & Sciences brings together scholars, students, and others in the University community and beyond to advance research, mentorship, and teaching focused on violence rooted in power and inequality, and to foster collaboration in those areas across disciplines, methods, and university units.

2018-19 Graduate Research Fellows Program—Request for Applications

Fellows MiniConThe UVA Power, Violence and Inequality Collective (PVI) brings together scholars, students, and others in the University community and beyond to advance research, mentorship, and teaching focused on violence rooted in power and inequality, and to foster collaboration in those areas across disciplines, methods, and university units.

An integral element of our mission is to support graduate training and research from across the disciplines on the topic of power-based violence, broadly understood. Therefore, we invite applications for our second cohort of Graduate Research Fellows. Fellows will receive funding to support their research during the 2018–19 academic year and will participate as a cohort in the activities of the PVI. Ph.D. students in the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Nursing, and the Curry School are eligible to apply. We anticipate awarding approximately seven fellowships of $2,000 each.

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