From the UO Office of the Vice President of Research & Innovation, an interview with Carol Stabile in the enewsletter Research and Innovation News.
Carol Stabile, professor of journalism and communication, was recently appointed interim director of the Center for the Study of Women in Society.
Source: Q&A with Carol Stabile, interim director of CSWS – Research […]
June 8, 2015—Gabriela MartÍnez, associate professor of journalism and CSWS associate director (2012-2015), is one of 14 UO faculty members chosen as a recipient of the 2015-16 Fund for Faculty Excellence Awards in recognition of their research, teaching and leadership.
Recipients receive a one-time salary stipend of $20,000 or may elect to take the award […]
Dr. Sangita Gopal
April 16, 2015—Dr. Sangita Gopal, whose research, as she describes it, “is located at the intersection of feminist media studies, postcolonial studies and globalization,” has been chosen for a two-year term as associate director of the Center for the Study of Women in Society at the University of Oregon starting in Fall 2015. […]
Watch this videotaped interview with the director of the UO Center for the Study of Women in Society (CSWS). Michael Hames-García, professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies, talks about his role as the first male director of CSWS. In addition he discusses his research on race and incarceration in the U.S., gender and sexuality, and theories […]
Gabriela Martínez speaking at the CSWS 40th Anniversary Celebration / photo by Jack Liu.
Media, Democracy, and the Construction of Collective Memory
Reprinted from 2014 CSWS Annual Review (published October 2014)
CSWS last interviewed Gabriela Martínez for the Annual Review in summer 2012, when she was the incoming associate director of CSWS. Now entering her third and final […]
Michael Hames-García / photo by Ernesto Javier Martínez
Editor’s Note: This is a full-length version of the interview that appears in shorter form in the 2014 CSWS Annual Review.
By Jenée Wilde, PhD Candidate, UO Department of English (Folklore)
Michael Hames-García is a professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies at University of Oregon. Originally from Portland, he […]