Category: Grant winners

CSWS faculty affiliate Gina Herrmann’s research gives voice to women activists jailed in wartime

Editor”s Note: CSWS faculty affiliate Gina Herrmann, associate professor, romance languages, received a 2015-16 CSWS Faculty Research Grant for  her research “Spanish Women in the French Resistance and Ravensbruck” and a 2009-10 CSWS Faculty Research Grant for “Voices of the Vanquished: Spanish Republican Women in War and Prison.” Her research recently earned Herrmann a fellowship […]

UO professor to open international literary conference | Around the O

Barbara Mossberg, humanities professor in the Clark Honors College
December 7, 2015—“Barbara Mossberg, a humanities professor in the Clark Honors College, has been chosen to contribute to the 2015 Abroad Writers’ Conference this month in Dublin, Ireland — which was honored as UNESCO’s fourth ‘City of Literature’ in 2010.
“The annual conference is an international summit that features acclaimed […]

2015 CSWS Annual Review now available

2015 CSWS Annual Review
If you are on our mailing list as a CSWS faculty affiliate, research interest group member, supporter, contributor, or UO administrator, the 2015 CSWS Annual Review should soon be arriving in your mailbox. You can also access this 28-page publication online now.
2015 CSWS Annual Review Contents

“Facing Up to Institutional Betrayal,” by Michael […]

CSWS Noon Talk—“An Army of Some: Recruiting for Difference and Diversity in the U.S. Armed Forces”

[ December 2, 2015; 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. ] Jane Grant Room, 330 Hendricks Hall
1408 University St.
Flyer PDF

“An Army of Some: Recruiting for Difference and Diversity in the U.S. Armed Forces” is the title of a CSWS noon talk scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015, to be given by Jeremiah Favara. Jeremiah Favara is a graduate teaching fellow in the Department of Women’s and […]

New survey on sexual climate suggests more awareness of services is needed

Source: New survey on sexual climate suggests more awareness of services is needed | Around the O
August 21, 2015—A new survey on sexual victimization issues at the University of Oregon reaffirms previous findings that there is a need to increase awareness about available services, while decreasing negative perceptions of institutional support.
Psychology professor Jennifer Freyd provided […]

Spiderwoman Theater: Bringing Light to Native American and Women’s Issues | KLCC

Muriel Miguel
Muriel Miguel is director and co-founder of Spiderwoman Theater Company, the oldest Native women’s theater ensemble in North America. She speaks with Eric Alan about using theater and storytelling to shed light on issues such as violence against women, and gay and lesbian relationships in Native nations. She was in residence at the UO […]