Category: Events

“Whatever Happened to Zulay?”—a documentary film by Sharon Sherman

[ April 12, 2012; 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. ] 115 Lawrence Hall
1190 Franklin Blvd.
UO campus
Free Film Showing
Whatever Happened to Zulay? An Otavaleña’s Journey is the story of a remarkable Ecuadoran woman who went through several life changes and maintained some continuity in her life, a continuity that made her successful in a new world, and surprisingly, at the same time remain attached to her […]

17th Annual Grassroots Environmental Justice Conference

[ April 7, 2012; ] The Coalition Against Environmental Racism (CAER) is proud to announce its 17th Annual Grassroots Environmental Justice Conference on Saturday April 7th, 2012. No registration is required. Please join us for a great weekend of free food and free knowledge at the University of Oregon (EMU Fir Room (Keynotes and Artistic Panel) and River Rooms (all […]

Gender, Race, Culture, History Colloquium

[ April 6, 2012; 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm. ] McKenzie Hall 229
1101 Kincaid St.
UO campus
“Re-enacting Race, Re-enacting Gender: Crossdressing & Embodied Memories of Terror”
A talk by Dr. Mark Auslander
Professor of Anthropology & Museum Studies, Central Washington University
Discussants:

Dr. Melissa Stuckey, UO Professor, History
Dr. Robert Thompson, OSU Professor, Ethnic Studies
Dr. Aletta Biersack, UO Professor, Anthropology

The event is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women […]

Negotiating Human Subject Protocols: From the Practical to the Philosophical

[ April 6, 2012; 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm. ] Erb Memorial Union
Alsea/Coquille Rms
UO campus
IRB Roundtable: A Short Presentation and Q&A for Graduate Students
Panelists

Lisa Gilman, associate professor, UO Department of English and Folklore Program
Lise Nelson, associate professor, UO Department of Geography

Designed for graduate students or other scholars new to human subjects research, this panel will examine the philosophical and practical dimensions of human subjects protocols […]

Community-Based Theatre Around Native Issues

[ May 20, 2011; 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] Hope Theatre
1109 Old Campus Lane
University of Oregon campus

A pre-play lecture for Salmon Is Everything

Marcie Rendon, playwright and member of the White Earth Anishinabe Nation

Sponsored by the UO Center for the Study of Women in Society and Oregon Humanities Center’s Endowment for Public Outreach in the Arts, Sciences, and Humanities. Information: (541) 346-1789

“Gender Equality and Capitalism: The Impact of Capitalist Development on Women’s Economic Status and Rights”

[ March 8, 2012 to March 9, 2012. ] a
Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics
This two-day symposium, March 8-9, 2012, focuses on human rights and capitalism. Issues will include how to measure economic progress, human rights and the economy, women’s unpaid labor, the care crisis, and women and development. Part of the Lorwin Lectureship on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, which is funded by […]