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2014 CSWS Annual Review Now Available

2014-Annual-Rvw-cover_WEBIf you are a CSWS faculty affiliate, research interest group member, supporter, contributor, or UO administrator, the 2014 CSWS Annual Review will be landing soon in your mailbox. You can also access this 28-page publication online now.

2014 CSWS Annual Review Contents
  • An Interview with Michael Hames-García, Director, CSWS
Special Section: Collaborative Research
  • The Collaboration Continuum, by Michael Hames-García
  • Collaboration through Conversation, by Jenée Wilde, PhD candidate, Department of English (Folklore)
  • Plugging into the Recharge Station, by Mary E. Wood, Professor, Department of English
  • Creating Visibility for Feminist Philosophy, by Megan Burke, PhD candidate, Department of Philosophy
  • Harnessing Hearts and Minds: The Power of Activism in Academia, by Marina Rosenthal & Carly Smith, PhD candidates, Department of Psychology
  • A Documentary Experience, by Sonia De La Cruz, Adjunct Instructor, School of Journalism and Communication
Research, Interviews, and Columns

continue reading….

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Daniel HoSang appointed to equity and inclusion post

Daniel HoSang

Daniel HoSang

Daniel HoSang appointed to equity and inclusion post | Around the O.

Daniel HoSang, associate professor of ethnic studies and political science, has been appointed associate vice president for equity and inclusion and director of the Center on Diversity and Community.

Professor HoSang is a CSWS faculty affiliate.

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Beverly Stoeltje lecture: “Queen Mothers in Contemporary Asante in Ghana: Authority or Decorative Symbol?”

October 15, 2014
12:00 pmto1:15 pm

Browsing Room
Knight Library
1501 Kincaid St.

Beverly Stoeltj

Beverly Stoeltje

Fall African Studies Lecture Series: Women and Gender in Africa

“Queen Mothers in Contemporary Asante in Ghana: Authority or Decorative Symbol?”

a lecture by Beverly Stoeltje, Folklore, Indiana University

Sponsored by the African Studies

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Mare Advertencia Lirika: Zapotec Hip Hop Artist to Perform

October 16, 2014
4:00 pmto5:30 pm




Beall Concert Hall
Frohnmayer Music Building
961 E. 18th Ave.
University of Oregon

Mare, a Zapotec rapper from Oaxaca and founder of Advertencia Lirika, will perform at Beall Concert Hall on the University of Oregon campus at 4 p.m. October 16. Mare uses her rap as a tool to develop consciousness and to build networks within social movements in Oaxaca and elsewhere. Always looking to expose the gender inequality that exists in society, she has worked with a wide range of groups and organizations within Mexico and throughout the world. continue reading….

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President Coltrane moves ahead on senate recommendations

Interim UO President Scott Coltrane

Interim UO President Scott Coltrane

President Coltrane moves ahead on senate recommendations | Around the O.

September 24, 2014—“Interim UO President Scott Coltrane will establish a $15,000 emergency fund and take other steps toward quickly putting into place the recommendations of a UO Senate task force on sexual misconduct.

“In a message sent to members of the task force and posted on the president’s web page, Coltrane said he would either enact the recommendations or order steps taken to put them in place as quickly as possible. He said he agrees with the intent of all five recommendations submitted by the group, known as the Senate Task Force to Address Sexual Violence and Survivor Support.” continue reading….

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New Women Faculty Reception

October 7, 2014
11:30 amto1:30 pm

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
1430 Johnson Lane
UO campus

Sponsored by the UO Office of Academic Affairs and the Center for the Study of Women in Society

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CSWS Graduate Student Coffee Hour

October 22, 2014
12:00 pmto1:00 pm

10_22_14_CSWS_Grad_Coffee_Hour_WEBJane Grant Rm
330 Hendricks Hall
1408 University St.

Join us for conversation, coffee and sweets!  Meet with CSWS director Michael Hames-García to learn more about research grants, research interest groups, and other opportunities for graduate students through CSWS. We would also like to hear from you how CSWS can better serve the needs of graduate students.

Please RSVP to to help us know how much food and coffee to order. Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women in Society.