We include here books and documentaries by faculty affiliates, particularly ones that relate to our mission: generating, supporting and disseminating research on women and gender. Many of these projects received CSWS funding.
Michelle McKinley is the director of CSWS and the Bernard B. Kliks Associate Professor of Law at the University of Oregon School of Law.
Australian National University Press, 2016
Synopsis: The postcolonial states of Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu operate today in a global arena in which human rights are widely accepted. As ratifiers of UN treaties such as the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and the Convention on the Rights of the Child, these Pacific Island countries have committed to promoting women’s and girls’ rights, including the right to a life free of violence. Yet local, national and regional gender values are not always consistent with the principles of gender equality and women’s rights that undergird these globalising conventions. This volume critically interrogates the relation between gender violence and human rights as these three countries and their communities and citizens engage with, appropriate, modify and at times resist human rights principles and their implications for gender violence. Grounded in extensive anthropological, historical and legal research, the volume should prove a crucial resource for the many scholars, policymakers and activists who are concerned about the urgent and ubiquitous problem of gender violence in the western Pacific.
Monique Rodrigues Balbuena is associate professor of literature in the UO Clark Honors College.
C.J. Pascoe is an associate professor, UO Department of Sociology
Series: Association for Women in Mathematics Series, Vol. 3.
Ellen Eischen is an assistant professor, UO Department of Mathematics.
David Leiwei Li is a professor in the UO Department of English.
Lisa Gilman is a professor, Department of English, Folklore.
Naomi Zack is a professor, Department of Philosophy.