Honored for both her teaching and her research, University of Oregon Knight Law School professor and the Center for the Study of Women in Society’s very own director Michelle McKinley is a multiple award winner this spring season. In short order, Dr. McKinley has racked up a teaching award, a book award, and an honorable […]
[ May 25, 2017; 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. ] Book Celebration: May 25
Knight Law Center
On May 25, CSWS will celebrate the release of Director Michelle McKinley’s book, Fractional Freedoms: Slavery, Intimacy, and Legal Mobilization in Colonial Lima, 1600-1700 (Cambridge University Press, October 2016). This event includes a panel discussion starting at 10 a.m., with a roundtable at 2 p.m., and lunch in between.
January 18, 2017—CSWS director Michelle McKinley and associate director Sangita Gopal were among those honored at this year’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Awards Luncheon presented by the University of Oregon’s Division of Equity and Inclusion at the Ford Alumni Center on the UO campus. They were recognized for their exemplary work to further civil rights, […]
Michelle McKinley (left) & Dena Zaldúa / photo by Alice Evans
June 27, 2016—The Center for the Study of Women in Society at the University of Oregon welcomes two new leaders to its staff effective July 1, 2016.
Law professor Michelle McKinley has been appointed as the next director of CSWS. Dena Zaldúa was hired for the […]
March 31, 2015—Michelle McKinley, an associate professor in the University of Oregon School of Law and a long-time faculty affiliate and board member of the UO Center for the Study of Women in Society, has been named a 2015 Fulbright Fellow. This prestigious fellowship will support the expansion of McKinley’s work on Hispanic urban […]
[ January 27, 2014; 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. ] Lewis Lounge, Knight Law Center
1515 Agate St.
The University of Oregon School of Law presents the Bernard B. Kliks Professorship lecture:
“Degrees of Freedom: Intimacy, Slavery, and Legal Mobilization in Colonial Latin America,” with Professor Michelle McKinley
How could enslaved women assert legal claims to personhood, wages, and virtue, when the law regarded them as mere property? […]