[ February 28, 2013; 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. ] Browsing Room
1501 Kincaid St.
T.L. Taylor is an associate professor of Comparative Media Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is the co-author of Ethnography and Virtual Worlds: A Handbook of Method (with T. Boellstorff, B. Nardi, and C. Pearce; Princeton University Press, 2012), and the author of Raising the Stakes: E-sports and the […]
[ March 8, 2013; 3:15 pm to 5:00 pm. ] Collier House
UO School of Music and Dance: A Presentation by the THEME Colloquium
Joan Morgan is an award-winning journalist and author, as well as a provocative cultural critic. A pioneering hip-hop journalist, she began her professional writing career freelancing for The Village Voice. She is the author of When Chickenheads Come Home to Roost, […]
CSWS Research Matters, Spring 2012
Thinking Through a Research Trajectory, From Hollywood Latinas to Hair/Style
Latinas function as the in-between bodies that mediate and maintain the racial status quo of mainstream media, by Priscilla Peña Ovalle, Associate Professor, University of Oregon Department of English & Associate Director, Cinema Studies
“Just two years after publishing Dance and the Hollywood […]
UO graduate teaching fellow accepted into Chicago comics program
May 15, 2012—“Mara Williams has been drawing her entire life. The graduate teaching fellow in the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication is a self-described, consummate scribbler and doodler.” Read more….
“Filling Out Application,” or, “My Life on the Internet” copyright by Mara Williams.
UO graduate student Mara Williams has been accepted at the Mistress level to the Adventure School for Ladies: Comics Intensive, a residential program focused on increasing diversity in the comics industry. Mara is only one of two artists accepted at the Mistress level. The […]
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 […]