Category: Research

Madar awarded Kluge fellowship

Allison Madar

Assistant professor Allison Madar, History, received a 6-month fellowship as a Kluge Fellow in the John W. Kluge Center of the Library of Congress to pursue research on her manuscript, tentatively titled “A People Between: Servants in Slaveholding Virginia from Bacon’s Rebellion to the American Revolution.” The Kluge Center gives only 12 awards per […]

CSWS announces research grant awardees for AY 2020-21

Judith Raiskin (l) and Linda Long

The Center for the Study of Women in Society (CSWS) is pleased to announce awards of more than $86,000 for scholarship, research, and creative work on women and gender for AY 2020-21.

A total of 22 grants were awarded to 12 graduate students, seven tenure-track faculty members, and one career faculty member. Moreover, given the ongoing […]

Research Matters dives into big data projects, management services at UO

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 […]

Raka Ray: Acker-Morgen lecture to be rescheduled

NOTE: This event will be rescheduled for AY 2020-21.

 “Masculinity and Capitalism: A Brief History of the Rise and Fall of a Foundational Relationship” Raka Ray, University of California, Berkeley

From the UC-Berkeley website: Raka Ray is a professor of sociology and South and Southeast Asia Studies and the dean of the Division of Social Sciences […]

Postponed: Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes Queer Studies Lecture

Note: This event will be rescheduled for AY 2020-21.

Queer Studies Lecture

“Translocas: The Politics of Puerto Rican Drag and Trans Performance”

Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes Associate Professor of Spanish, University of Michigan 

Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes

Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes lists his main research interests as queer/LGBT Hispanic Caribbean (Cuban, Dominican, Puerto Rican) studies, U.S. Latina/o, and Latin American literary, […]

Postponed: John Collins, “Recent Crises in Representation and Racialized Mediation”

NOTE: This talk will be rescheduled for AY 2020-21.

Race, Ethnicities, and Inequalities Colloquium

John Collins, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Queens College & the CUNY Graduate Center

Since the mid-1990s, John Collins has conducted ethnographic research on UNESCO world heritage sites, urban restoration programs, and their relationships to national histories and racial politics in Brazil. This gave rise […]