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

Indigeneity in Teacher Education—a new CSWS Research Interest Group

Indigeneity in Teacher Education, a new CSWS Research Interest Group (RIG) coordinated by graduate student Shadiin Garcia, hopes to build a community of people interested in exploring the work of women indigenous scholars in the field of education.
“The field of teacher education still operates through the language of patriarchy, imperialism, and colonialism,” […]

HoSang Honored as “Outstanding Historian”

Daniel HoSang
University of Oregon professor Daniel Martinez HoSang was selected by the Organization of American Historians (OAH) to receive the 2011 James A. Rawley Prize, which is given annually for the best book dealing with the history of race relations in the United States. HoSang’s book Racial Propositions: Ballot Initiatives and the Making of Postwar […]

“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 […]

Ellen Herman Receives ACLS Fellowship

Ellen Herman
Professor Ellen Herman, UO Department of History, recently won a prestigious American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Fellowship. Herman, a CSWS faculty affiliate, will research the topic, “Autism, Between Rights and Risks.”
Abstract
“Adjudicating rights and managing risks have been two of the most important responsibilities of government in modern U.S. history. Since 1945, the expansion […]