New journal article by Lynn Stephen
Fleeing rural violence: Mam women seeking gendered justice in Guatemala and the U.S.
by Lynn Stephen. Journal of Peasant Studies, 46(2): 229-257. January 2019. https://doi.org/10.1080/03066150.2018.1534836
Dr. Stephen’s uses the concept of gendered embodied structures of violence as the analytical framework for illustrating how in rural Huehuetenango, Guatemala, historical and contemporary structures and […]
March 21 – Priscilla Peña Ovalle, associate professor and department head in the Department of Cinema Studies, has been chosen as the 2019 president-elect for the Society for Cinema and Media Studies. SCMS seeks to further media study within higher education and serves as a resource.
Priscilla Peña Ovalle
A long-time CSWS faculty affiliate, Ovalle is the author of the […]
Editor’s Note: Tannaz Farsi is a CSWS faculty affiliate. The following announcement comes from the UO College of Design website.
February 22, 2019—The Bonnie Bronson Fund has named the School of Art + Design’s Associate Professor of Art Tannaz Farsi as the 28th annual Bonnie Bronson Fellow. The prestigious fellowship fosters artists based in the Pacific […]
Luk Receives Matei Calinescu Prize from the Modern Language Association
Sharon Luk, assistant professor in the UO Department of Ethnic Studies, has been awarded the Matei Calinescu Prize for her book, The Life of Paper: Letters and Poetics of Living Beyond Capacity. The award is given by the Modern Language Association, which works […]
[ May 28, 2019; 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm. ]
Redwood RoomErb Memorial Union1222 E. 13th Ave.UO campus
The Center for the Study of Women in Society invites you to an end-of-year celebration.
Come to close out the academic year, congratulate our newly promoted colleagues, new books and prizes, and wish bon voyage to those departing for other shores.
Light refreshments will be served
[ May 10, 2019; 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. ]
Sharon Luk, an assistant professor of ethnic studies, will present “The Life of Paper: Letters and Poetics of Living Beyond Captivity” on May 10 at noon, in Room 159, Prince Lucien Campbell Hall. Luk’s talk explores the “evolution of racism and confinement in California history,” including the early detention of Chinese migrants, the internment of […]