[ November 30, 2017; 5:00 pm; ] Due Date: November 30, 2017 by 5 p.m.
Applications for CSWS Travel Grants are due Nov. 30. These small grants (up to $300) are available only for UO graduate students, for travel expenses to be incurred during AY 2017 – 2018. These grants provide partial support for travel to present papers that relate to women and […]
October 6, 2017—In his State of the University address, UO President Michael Schill talked about coming together in a shared sense of purpose.
CSWS proudly notes President Schill’s generous remarks that highlighted the research, teaching, and creative work of many CSWS leaders and faculty affiliates. These include CSWS director Michelle McKinley, CSWS Advisory Board member Gabriela […]
Editor’s Note: Congratulations to Rebecca Flynn, a member of the CSWS Advisory Board, and to Ellen Herman, a CSWS faculty affiliate.
From Around the O
September 27, 2017—Scott Pratt, executive vice provost for academic affairs, announced that Ellen Herman, professor of history and faculty co-director of University of Oregon’s Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, and […]
Congratulations to PhD candidate Erin Gallo (Department of Romance Languages), whose article, just published in the prestigious Hispanic Review, was researched and completed with the help of a CSWS graduate student grant.
Abstract: In September 1966, during the incipient stages of the US Women’s Liberation Movement, Rosario Castellanos (1925–1974) began a yearlong stay in the United […]
CSWS is a proud partner of the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies department, and we invite you to help spread the word about their job opening for an open rank tenure track faculty position for an Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies.
You can read the full job listing online.
Assistant Professor of International Studies Kristin E. Yarris has just published her book, Care Across Generations, with Stanford University Press.
Global inequalities make it difficult for parents in developing nations to provide for their children. Some determine that migration in search of higher wages is their only hope. Many studies have looked at how migration transforms […]