Editor’s Note: This story was originally published April 20, 2020 in Around the O. Lynn Stephen and Gabriela Martínez are CSWS Faculty Affiliates.
“Rich and crazy” is how Sergio B. Sanchez describes the street art he observed growing up in his Chicano community of Santa Ana, California.
Sanchez is now a University of Oregon senior who aspires […]
NOTE: This story was originally published April 20, 2020, in Around the O. CSWS congratulates awardees who are also our Faculty Affiliates and/or Research Grant recipients!
UO researchers and scholars examining everything from international indigenous activism to creative aging to the creation of original electroacoustic music have received 2020 Faculty Research Awards.
Faculty Research Awards […]
Assistant professor Allison Madar, History, received a 6-month fellowship as a Kluge Fellow in the John W. Kluge Center of the Library of Congress to pursue research on her manuscript, tentatively titled “A People Between: Servants in Slaveholding Virginia from Bacon’s Rebellion to the American Revolution.” The Kluge Center gives only 12 awards per […]
The Center for the Study of Women in Society (CSWS) is pleased to announce awards of more than $86,000 for scholarship, research, and creative work on women and gender for AY 2020-21.
A total of 22 grants were awarded to 12 graduate students, seven tenure-track faculty members, and one career faculty member. Moreover, given the ongoing […]
After a three-year hiatus, Research Matters is back in print with a fresh approach to the Center for the Study of Women in Society’s mission to create, fund, share, and support research on gender.
Rather than sharing the end results CSWS faculty affiliate research, the new issue aims to support faculty and graduate students at the […]
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CSWS offers small grants to faculty and graduate students to organize
interdisciplinary Research Interest Groups (RIGs) and working groups
that explore and examine the complex nature of gender identities and
inequalities for the academic year.
RIGs provide participants the opportunity to discuss readings of
emerging and established feminist scholars and share their research.
Funding may […]