This page is being updated and as it grows, it will include projects (past, present and future) conducted by members of this lab and as part of the OSU anthropology family for more information, please check out our ResearchGate page at: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jeffrey-Cohen-7/research.
2020 Bridging the Digital Divide: A Collaborative Exploration of the Bhutanese Community Response to Covid-19. PI: Jeffrey H. Cohen; Community partner, Sudarshan Pyakurel, BCCO (Bhutanese Community of Central Ohio), , co-investigators, Arati Maleku, School of Social Work, Taku Suzuki, International Studies, Denison University; Francisco Montiel-Ishino, IRTA Postdoctoral Fellow, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities National Institutes of Health. Social Justice program, OSU.
2019 National Science Foundation, Household Producer Effects of Rural Diet Transformation, BCS award 1918324.
2016 Humanities and the Arts Discovery Theme Pilot Project Grants, Migrants and Movers: Humanities & Arts Perspectives on Global Mobility, Y Hashamova, V Brunner-Sung, JH Cohen, T Dragostinova & R Judd.
2015 TUBITAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey), Migration to Turkey: the socio-cultural choices of returning movers. In residence 2015-2016, Celal Bayar University, Manisa, Turkey.
2008 National Science Foundation, REG: Entrepreneurism among Somali women in Columbus, Ohio.
2007 National Science Foundation, The role of crises in migration outcomes: rural Oaxacans and politics in Oaxaca City, Mexico, BCS award 0706795.
2004 National Geographic Society, Chapulines: the socioeconomic and nutritional importance of grasshoppers in rural Oaxaca, Mexico.
2003 Russell Sage Foundation: The Construction and Reconstruction of Identities: Dominican Immigrants and their Children in New U.S. Destination Communities. RS Oropesa, JH Cohen, AJ Toribio, GF De Jong and L Jensen, co-PIs.
2001 National Science Foundation, Russian immigrant networks in Costa Rica.
1999 National Science Foundation, CAREER program grant: Transnational Migration and Remittances: A Longitudinal Study of Rural Oaxaca, BCS-9875539.