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The Center for the Study of Women in Society is launching a project to update our website and social media presence to make it as functional and user-friendly as possible. To help us with these goals, […]
Given the serious nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center for the Study of Women in Society (CSWS) has cancelled its Spring 2020 lecture series. Events will be rescheduled for AY 2020-21.
“While we have thoroughly enjoyed hosting our speakers for the Lorwin lectures, and our Race, Ethnicities and Inequalities colloquium, we have postponed these […]
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 […]
Editor’s note: To celebrate Women’s History Month, Around the O is celebrating 10 extraordinary UO faculty members including political science professor Erin Beck. See the full article here. Beck is a CSWS faculty affiliate.
Associate ProfessorDepartment of Political ScienceCollege of Arts and Sciences
biggest inspirations for my career have been the resilient, creative,
and generous […]
Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in Around the O. Julie Wise is a CSWS faculty affiliate.
Julie Weise, an associate professor of history, has been awarded a $50,000 public-engagement grant to take her Nuestro South project to the next level, building on a successful podcast series to create a five-part YouTube series.
Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in Around the O. Leah Lowthorp is a CSWS faculty affiliate.
University of Oregon cultural anthropologist is among a 21-member group
of international researchers and public-interest advocates who have
published a strong, cautionary statement about the use of genome editing
in human embryos.
The statement emerged from a discussion about […]