Author: alicee

CSWS Associate Director Lamia Karim Interviewed on NPR

Listen to UO anthropology professor Lamia Karim on NPR’s All Things Considered:
http://www.npr.org/2011/03/02/134208312/nobel-winner-removed-from-bank-he-founded
Lamia Karim, associate professor of the University of Oregon Department of Anthropology and associate director of the UO Center for the Study of Women in Society, was interviewed March 2 on NPR for her expertise on microfinance and the Grameen Bank. The story, titled […]

Theresa May: Research Matters Winter 2011

Salmon, Women, and Rivers: Community-Based Performance Research by Theresa J. May, Assistant Professor, University of Oregon Department of Theatre Arts
Theresa J. May’s paper is now available online in the Winter 2011 issue of CSWS Research Matters. The UO Center for the Study of Women in Society supported May’s research with a Faculty Research Grant.
From the paper: […]

”We Need an International Solidarity”—Dr. Vandana Shiva

Dr. Lamia Karim shares a light moment with Dr. Vandana Shiva as Dr. Shiva signs books following the CSWS Symposium.
The CSWS Symposium “Women’s Activism, Women’s Rights” brought together two scholars and two activists to a round-table discussion on women’s labor organizing issues from global and national perspectives. The symposium was held Monday, February 28, 2011. […]

Top Secret Rosies: The Female Computers of WWII

[ March 2, 2012; 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ] 150 Columbia
University of Oregon

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In 1942, when computers were human and women were underestimated, a group of female mathematicians helped win a war and usher in the computer age.

Screening of “Top Secret Rosies: The Female Computers of WWII” and a discussion with filmmaker LeAnn Erickson

LeAnn Erickson is an associate professor, Department of Film and Media Arts, […]

Fighting Impunity in National Courts: Human Rights & Transitional Justice in Latin America

[ March 1, 2012; 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] Knight Library, Browsing Room
1501 Kincaid St.
UO campus

This talk addresses critical issues in the efforts to bring to court human rights violators in Latin America. It discusses two types of national courts litigation: first, when litigation is available in the country where the crime occurred; and second and most commonly, when litigation takes place in third […]

“Terrorizing Women: Feminicide and Gender Violence at the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands”—Cynthia Bejarano

[ February 28, 2012; 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm. ] UO Knight Library
Browsing Room
1501 Kincaid St.

This lecture is cosponsored by Center for the Study of Women in Society and the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies.

Dr. Cynthia Bejarano is the Stan Fulton Endowed Chair in Arts and Sciences and an associate professor of Criminal Justice at New Mexico State University. In 2010, she was […]