[ January 30, 2017; ] Proposals for CSWS research support grants for faculty, staff, graduate, and undergraduate students are due by 5 p.m. on January 30, 2017.
Guidelines and applications are available at: http://csws.uoregon.edu/funding/research-grants/
These support grants include:
2017-18 Faculty/staff Research Grants
2017-18 Graduate Student Research Grants
2017-18 Jane Grant Dissertation Fellowship
2017 Jane Higdon Senior Thesis Scholarship
Read about the kinds of […]
Editor’s Note: Congratulations to long-time CSWS faculty affiliate Alisa Freedman, who has served on CSWS’s advisory board as well as the CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium advisory group over the years.
December 19, 2016—Source: UO advisor receives one of her profession’s high honors | Around the O
“A University of Oregon advisor has received a top honor […]
Source: Professor confronts the persecution faced by Roma people | Around the O
In this story from Around the O, CSWS faculty affiliate and anthropology professor Carol Silverman talks about her research among the Roma people, and the racial profiling they experience in Europe and the United States.
“INVADED!!” screams a flier on the computer screen of […]
[ January 19, 2017; 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm. ] Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
UO professors Erin Beck and Lynn Stephen will discuss their research in a CLLAS Faculty Collaborative Research talk titled “Gender Justice in Guatemala: Advances and Challenges.” The talk will take place in Room 119 in the Erb Memorial Union on January 19, 2017, at 3:30 p.m.
“In Guatemala, a woman […]
Source: Outstanding Employee Awards | Human Resources
November 17, 2016—Rebecca Flynn, codirector of the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, is one of several recipients of a 2016 Outstanding Employee Award, named this week by UO’s Human Resources Department. A friend of CSWS, she moderated last week’s panel at the CSWS Transformative Philanthropy Forum.
2016, Fall: CSWS Research Matters
“The Life of Paper, a Poetics: Letters and Mass Incarceration in Global California,” by Sharon Luk, Assistant Professor, University of Oregon, Department of English
Sharon Luk discusses the content of her book, now under review and scheduled for publication in 2018. This book aims not only to denaturalize the geographic borders, political-economic […]