Category: Academic

“How to Get Your Latino/Latin American Studies Academic Book Published” with Gisela Fosado, Duke University Press

[ March 6, 2014; 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. ] Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Walnut Room
1222 E. 13th Ave.

Gisela Fosado, Duke University Press Editor for Gender, Latin American and Latino Studies

This workshop will cover some of the common challenges of turning the dissertation into a first book (some of which also tend to crop up in the second book), the complicated state of the publishing industry […]

HASTAC Seminar: “Everyday Racism, Everyday Homophobia”

[ November 8, 2012; 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. ] Collaboration Center
Room 122
UO Knight Library

Please join CSWS as we live-stream HASTAC’s seminar “Everyday Racism, Everyday Homophobia” in the Collaboration Center in Knight Library (122).

This important conversation between “some of the nation’s most urgent thinkers on race theory and gender and sexuality studies,” Jack Halberstam, Marlon Ross, Kathryn Bond Stockton, Mark Anthony Neal, and Sharon P. […]

The Taormino-OSU Case Study: a pedagogical tool

A Pedagogical Case Study of the Keynote-Speaker Controversy at Oregon State University’s Modern Sex Conference
by Lacey Mamak, MLIS, February 2012
http://csws.uoregon.edu/wp-content/docs/Misc/TaorminoOSU_casestudydistro.pdf
Abstract
This pedagogical case study is designed to stimulate discussion in undergraduate and graduate courses in higher education and student affairs administration, women’s studies, intellectual freedom, and related subjects. The case involves the invitation of sex educator […]

UO’s Goodman Offered Institute for Advanced Studies Membership

From InsideOregon—Bryna Goodman, a professor of modern Chinese history and executive director of the University of Oregon’s Confucius Institute, has been offered a membership at the Institute for Advanced Study beginning next fall. The title of her project is “Economics and the New Chinese Republic: Sovereignty, Capitalism, and Freedom in the Shanghai Bubble of 1921-22.” […]

The Female Programmer: Gender Stereotypes & Computers

The article “The Female Programmer: Gender Stereotypes & Computers” discusses a trend of female disinvolvement in the field of computer programming. The article describes how modern stereotypes have discouraged women from becoming programmers, and calls readers to change the way we think of computer programming. “The profession was at first heavily dominated by females,” notes […]