Grants

Selected External Fellowships & Grants

2021-2023: PI, NSF Standard Grant ($618,490) Disability Expertise and Design Justice for Post-Covid Equity (Co-PIs Faye Ginsburg and Rayna Rapp)

2021: PI (with Simi Linton) Ford Foundation Grant (“Proclaiming Disability Arts”)

2019: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Research Scholarship

2018: NEH Summer Seminar Visiting Faculty (“The Book”)

2015-17: Humboldt Foundation Fellowship for Experienced Researchers

2014: PI, National Science Foundation Scholars Award #134297 ($239,138)

2013: DAAD Research Visit Grant, MPIWG (Berlin)

2011-12: UCIRA Emerging Fields Major Grant (Arts Inclusion Residency)

2010-11: ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship (with Mody & McCray)

2010: UCHRI Residential Research Fellowship (Critical Disability Studies)

2008-10: Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship, Penn Humanities Forum

2008-10: DeWitt Stetten Postdoctoral Fellowship, NIH (awarded/declined)

2007-8: IEEE Life Members’ Fellowship in Electrical History

2007: Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation Fellowship

2006-7: Lemelson Center Fellowship (Smithsonian NMAH)

2003-6: National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Selected University Fellowships & Grants

2021-22: The Center for Ballet and the Arts Fellowship

2021-22: NYU Center for the Humanities Working Group Grant (to support “Crip Authorship” edited collection)

2020-21: NYU Center for the Humanities Faculty Research Fellowship

2020: (with Faye Ginsburg, Rayna Rapp, and Arthur Caplan) COVID-19 Research Catalyst Grant

2014: University Research Challenge Fund (NYU)

2014: Steinhardt Arts & Culture Award

2013: Goddard Junior Faculty Fellowship (NYU)

2012: (with Myles Jackson) Provost’s Global Research Initiative (to organize the NYU Berlin “Sound Signatures” Summer School)

2011: Information Futures Mini-Grant (NYU Libraries)

2010: Mellon Cross-Culture Conference Fund Award (Penn, to co-organize “Civil Disabilities” with Beth Linker and Nancy Hirschmann)

2009: Population Health Research Grant, Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholars Program at Penn