See the Upcoming Events calendar on opening page of this website for up-to-date information on all upcoming events.
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- October 12 11:30-1:30 p.m.—Reception for New Women Faculty Members
Get together to honor new women faculty at UO. Sponsored by CSWS, College of Arts & Sciences, Academic Affairs, School of Law , School of Journalism and Communication, School of Architecture & Allied Arts, Office of Institutional Equity & Diversity, College of Education.
- October 14–October 15—Feminist Publishing in the Digital Age: A Symposium
Plenary: Peer Review as Feminist Practice
For decades, feminist media scholars have analyzed media production, consumption, and distribution across media industries and historical periods, laying a critical, historiographical, and theoretical foundation for the scholarly work of today. We now turn these tools to our own media production—journals, books, blogs, wikis, and pedagogical media—to explore what new territories are revealed through feminist intervention into multi-modal scholarly publishing. The occasion also marks a significant milestone in the development of Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology.
CSWS Gender, New Media and Technology Research Interest Group
- October 17: 1–2:30 p.m.—“Interrogating the WHO’s Finding of a More Benign Schizophrenia in Poor Countries: Lessons from Zanzibar”
Mills International Center, Dr. Juli McGruder, African Studies Lecture Series
- October 17: 3:30–5 p.m.—Hands and Feet: Phyllis Naidoo’s Impressions of Anti-Apartheid History Lewis Lounge, Knight Law Center, Antoinette Burton
- October 19: 12-1:00 pm—Food in the Field RIG “Eat the Bunny with Mary Jaeger, Classics
Jane Grant Room (RSVP event)
- October 20: 1 p.m.–1:50 p.m.—Eva Beglarian
Room 178, School of Music Professor Lydia VanDreel will play Eve Beglarian’s “Einhorn” and Professor Molly Barth will play a solo flute work, with electronics, titled “I will not be sad in this world” and written by Eve Beglarian. Beglarian will talk with students.
- October 20: 7–9:00 p.m., 180 PLC, —“Does Microfinance Work? A Conversation between Danish Caught in Debt: A discussion between Danish filmmaker Tom Heinemann and UO anthropologist Lamia Karim, Associate Director, CSWS
(The Jeremiah Lecture Series, Center for Asian and Pacific Studies)
- October 27: 1 p.m.–2:30 p.m.—“The Manifestation of Cultural and Gender Roles in some African Languages” Mills International Center, Dr. Lioba Moshi
- October 28: 3 p.m.–5 p.m.—Grad Student Coffee Hour
A general get-together to meet CSWS director Carol Stabile, CSWS staff, and other feminist grad students. With coffee and treats!
- November 2: 12:00-1:00 p.m.—“Terroir and Regionalism in Gastronomy and Architecture” Nick Camerlenghi, Art History, EMU Fir Room Food in the Field Research Interest Group
- November 9: 12 p.m.–1 p.m.—CSWS Noon Talk, Research Grants Q & A – Carol Stabile Jane Grant Room
- November 21: 2:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.—“Of Cabbages and Kings: Nero’s Stalk of Silphium and the Search for Extinct Species in Early Modern Empires”—Vera Keller, Assistant Professor of History, Clark Honors College
Food in the Field Research Interest Group Works-in-Progress Series, Clark Honors College Library, 301 Chapman Hall
- January 12: 3:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m. “The Effects of Diet on the Health of the Karuk People,” Kari Norgaard, Sociology, Food in the Field RIG, Jane Grant Room, 330 Hendricks Hall
- January 13: 2 p.m.–3:30 p.m.—Feminist Theory Seminar: on Intersectionality, led by Lynn Fujiwara (RSVP basis)
- January 18: 12–1:00 p.m.—CSWS Noon Talk—Megan Evans (Jane Grant Dissertation awardee)
Jane Grant Room, 330 Hendricks Hall
- February 8: 3:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m. “A New Epicurean Atlas of Oregon” roundtable—Jim Meacham, InfoGraphics Lab, and Lindsay Naylor, Geography, Food in the Field RIG, Jane Grant Room, 330 Hendricks Hall
- February 20: 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Not Just a Game: Power, Politics & American Sports—documentary based on the bestselling book The People’s History of Sports in the United States, Sponsored by the CSWS Social Sciences Feminist Network (SSFN) RIG.
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- February 25: 12 p.m.–3 p.m. Addressing Violence: In the Lives of South Asian Women—a film directed by Deepa Mehta and discussion led by representatives from the South Asian Women’s Empowerment and Resource Alliance (SAWERA) and Family and Community Empowerment (FACE). Sponsored by the CSWS Women of Color Project, College of Education Counseling Psychology Program and Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services; and Pacific Asian Community Alliance.
- February 26: 3 p.m.–6 p.m. CSWS Oscar Night!—screening the 84th Annual Academy Awards at the EMU Fishbowl. CSWS and the Fembot Collective. Joined by Racquel Gates (Staten Island) and Kristen Warner (U of Alabama) via live blogging.
- February 28: 3 p.m.–4:30 p.m. “Terrorizing Women: Feminicide and Gender Violence at the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands”—Cynthia Bejarano, associate professor of Criminal Justice at New Mexico State University, Knight Library Browsing Rm.
- March 2—10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.—RIG Symposium: Narratives of Place and Displacement in African American Literature (Jennifer Williams, Eve Dunbar, Karla Holloway, Emily Lordi, Salamishah Tillet) Courtney Thorssen, organizer, UO Knight Library, Browsing Room
- March 2: 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.—Top Secret Rosies, film showing and discussion, with LeAnn Erickson, 150 Columbia
- March 7: 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. “Resistance Communities and the Enactment of Food Sovereignty in the Highlands of Chiapas”— Lindsay Naylor, Geography, Food in the Field RIG, Jane Grant Conference Room, 330 Hendricks Hall
- April 5: Feminist Theory Seminar: on Masculinity, Class, and Feminist Theory led by Joan Williams, Distinguished Professor of Law, UC Hastings (RSVP only)
- April 6: 12 p.m.—IRB Roundtable: A Short Presentation and Q&A for Graduate Students with panelists Lisa Gilman, associate professor, UO Department of English and Folklore Program and Lise Nelson, associate professor, UO Department of Geography.
- April 12: 7 p.m.—a documentary film by Professor Sharon Sherman, Folklore, English, “Whatever Happened to Zulay?”
115 Lawrence Hall
- April 16: Feminist Theory Seminar: on “Life: Gender and Genetics in the Infertility Laboratory” led by Joan Haran, Research Fellow, Cesagen, Cardiff University (RSVP only)
- April 18: 12–1:00 p.m.—CSWS Noon Talk—Courtney Thorsson
“Women’s Work: Nationalism and Contemporary African American Women’s Novels”
Jane Grant Room, 330 Hendricks Hall
- April 18: 4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.—“Modernist Cuisine for Moderns,” Jennifer Burns Levin, Clark Honors College
Food in the Field RIG, 115 Lawrence Hall
- May 4: 9–5 p.m.—RIG Symposium: Service & Servitude
Michelle McKinley, organizer, UO Knight Library, Browsing Room
- May 9: 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. “Making Salt and Fat in Prehistoric West Africa,” Daphne Gallagher, Anthropology, Food in the Field RIG, Jane Grant Room, 330 Hendricks Hall
- May 9, Feminist Theory Seminar: Postcoloniality and Feminist Theory, Text: “Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak on Situating Feminism” led by Sangita Gopal, Associate Professor, University of Oregon (RSVP only)
- May 21: 4–6 p.m. “Maritime Modernity and the Early Modern State”—Ania Loomba
Public talk, Gerlinger Alumni Lounge
- May 22, Feminist Theory Seminar: Postcoloniality and Feminist Theory, Speaker: Ania Loomba, Professor, University of Pennsylvania (RSVP only)
- May 23: 3:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m. “Vertamae Grosvenor’s Revolutionary Recipes,” Courtney Thorsson, English
Food in the Field RIG, Jane Grant Room, 330 Hendricks Hall
- May 30: 12–1:00 p.m.—CSWS Noon Talk—Leslie Steeves
Jane Grant Room, 330 Hendricks Hall