Kevin Walby

Grants

Tri-Council and Related Grants

  • 2018: ($13,500) SSHRC Connection Grant “Accessing Justice” (with the Centre for Interdisciplinary Justice Studies)
  • 2018: ($1600) Manitoba Law Foundation Small Grant “Accessing Justice” (with the Centre for Interdisciplinary Justice Studies)
  • 2018: ($580) Research Manitoba Connection Grant “Accessing Justice” (with the Centre for Interdisciplinary Justice Studies)
  • 2017-2022: ($174,000) SSHRC Insight Grant “Police and Court Museums in Canada” (Justin Piché, lead applicant)
  • 2016: ($10,556) SSHRC Connection Grant “Placing Justice” (with the Centre for Interdisciplinary Justice Studies)
  • 2016: ($2,000) Research Manitoba Connection Grant “Placing Justice” (with the Centre for Interdisciplinary Justice Studies)
  • 2015-2020: ($209,567) SSHRC Insight Grant “Paid Duty and Private Sponsorship of Public Police in Canada and the United States” (with Randy K. Lippert)
  • 2013-2015: ($72,889) SSHRC Insight Development Grant “Collective Trauma and Municipal Policymaking in Post-Industrial War Towns: Nitro, Mercury, and Uranium City” (with S. Anaïs)
  • 2013: ($44,556) SSHRC Connection Grant “The City Talks and the City Walks: Urban Studies and the University of Victoria” (with Warren Magnusson, Deborah Curran, et al.)
  • 2011-2016: ($155,000) CIHR Team Grant “Policing Sex Work in Canadian Cities” (with Fran Shaver. Cecilia Benoit team leader and primary investigator)
  • 2012-2014: ($74,000) SSHRC Insight Development Grant “Penal Tourism and Popular Cultures of Punishment in Four Canadian Provinces” (Justin Piché, lead applicant)
  • 2011-2014: ($115,000) SSHRC Standard Research Grant “The Institutionalization of Public Area Video Surveillance Systems in Canadian Cities” (Sean Hier, lead applicant)
  • 2011-2012: ($47,000) Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada Contributions Grant “Temporary Deployable Cameras in Five Canadian Cities” (with Sean Hier)
  • 2011-2013: ($49,567) SSHRC Insight Development Grant “The Rise of Municipal Corporate Security in Canadian Cities” (with Randy K. Lippert)
  • 2009: ($15,556) SSHRC Workshop Grant “Emotions Matter” (Alan Hunt, lead applicant)

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