Tag: CSWS

Lorwin Lecture: “How Title IX Finally Won Its Rightful Seat at the Civil Rights Table of Justice — and Why the Legs Are Still So Wobbly,” with Wendy Murphy

[ April 3, 2014; 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. ] Columbia 150, UO campus
1215 East 13th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97403
Free & open to the public

Lawyer Wendy Murphy, JD, delivers the 2014 Lorwin Lecture on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. This keynote lecture focuses on “civil rights violence” and the overt and covert subjugation of violence against women as something other than a civil rights harm. Wendy […]

Fembot Conference: Multiplying Standpoints and Participatory Feminism

[ July 18, 2013 to July 19, 2013. ] a

White Stag Building
70 NW Couch St.
Portland, Oregon  97209

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This event is free and open to UO faculty members, students, and the general public.

The Fembot Collective, and its peer-reviewed journal Ada, value and feature intersectionality in terms of content, membership, editorial practices, and organizational structure. This conference addresses issues related to our networks and […]

Dr. Cheryl Mattingly — “Hope, Suffering and the Play of Possible Selves: A Narrative Perspective on the Good Life”

[ March 6, 2014; 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm. ] Gerlinger Lounge
1468 University St.
UO campus

Dr. Cheryl Mattingly is a professor of anthropology in the Division of Occupational Science and Therapy at the University of Southern California. Her talk will draw on a 15-year research study with African-American families in Los Angeles. This study explores the experiences of parents of children with chronic illness, and formed […]

CSWS Noon Talk, Kate Mondloch — Mind Over Matter: Mariko Mori and the Neuroscientific Turn

[ January 23, 2013; 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. ] a

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330 Hendricks Hall
Jane Grant Conference Room
1408 University St., UO campus
Free & open to the public

“This talk examines the neuroscientific turn across the humanities, and in relationship to art history in particular. I explore new media artist Mariko Mori’s (b. 1967, Japan) multimedia installation ‘Wave UFO’ as a provocative entry into debates about the increasing influence of […]

Contexts: Q&A with Joan Acker

Contexts (Volume 11 / Number 2 / Spring 2012) a publication of the American Sociological Association
“A Feminist’s Work Is Never Done,” an interview with UO professor emerita Joan Acker (Sociology) by Jennifer L. Pierce (University of Minnesota). pp. 8-9
Joan Acker is one of the founders of the Center for the Study of Women in Society.

Jenée Wilde Selected for Fellowship and Research Grant

Jenée Wilde
Jenée Wilde has been selected to receive the 2012-2013 Norman Brown Graduate Fellowship, which was established by alumnus Norman Brown (’68) to support graduate student excellence. A PhD candidate in the UO Department of English (Folklore Program), she has also been selected to receive a 2012 Folklore Summer Research Grant to conduct archival research, […]