[ April 16, 2014; 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. ] Hendricks Hall 330
Jane Grant Room
1408 University St., UO campus
[caption id="attachment_18421" align="alignleft" width="245"] Gabriela Martínez / photo by Jack Liu[/caption]
This talk looks at the different ways in which “feminism” gets to be articulated around the world, and in particular in the developing world, through media development. It also reveals how grassroots media development and other media […]
Carol Stabile—director of the Center for the Study of Women in Society at the University of Oregon, and professor, School of Journalism and Communication and the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies—has received the 2013 Farrar Media and Civil Rights History Award for her article “The Typhoid Marys of the Left; Gender, Race and the […]
August 28, 2012—Rewriting the Journal: With faculty balking at the high price of traditional academic journals, can other digital publishing options get traction?
Campus Technology (…A more recent entrant to the open-access field is Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, which releases its first issue this September. Published by the Fembot Collective, an […]
[ June 13, 2012; 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. ] [caption id="attachment_2693" align="alignright" width="145" caption="Shirley Marc"][/caption]
for Shirley Marc
330 Hendricks Hall
Shirley Marc, office and events coordinator at the Center for the Study of Women in Society, has worked at CSWS for 15 years. She juggled innumerable duties, among them helping plan 18 conferences, helping make arrangements for hundreds of speakers and catering events, and […]
May 9, 2012—Whether she is documenting the deadly effects of open-fire cooking and heating on children and women in Mayan homes in highland Guatemala, rescuing the history of indigenous women in Mexico, or writing about the geographical expansion and institutional growth of the Spanish telecommunications company Telefónica, UO associate professor and documentary filmmaker Gabriela Martínez […]
CASCADE: UO College of Arts and Sciences.
Professor Carol Stabile’s research looks at some of the female artists whose careers were all but obliterated after their names appeared in the notorious book, Red Channels.
An article by Patricia Hickson and Lisa Raleigh in Cascade magazine, Spring 2012, p. 5 (published by the UO College of Arts and […]