UO study: Abusive relationships damage girls’ educational pursuits | Around the O.
CSWS faculty affiliate Krista M. Chronister, associate professor in the UO Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services in the College of Education, led this study. Chronister’s research has been supported previously by a CSWS Faculty Research Grant.
Six CSWS faculty affiliates were among 14 UO faculty chosen to receive the Fund for Faculty Excellence Awards for AY 2013-14. Each recipient will be awarded $20,000 in recognition for his or her research, teaching and leadership. They are:
Juliet (Jill) Baxter, education studies
Michael Hames-Garcia, ethnic studies
Mary Jaeger, classics
Kate Mondloch, history of art & architecture
Carol Silverman, […]
Recent blog entries on the websites for Inside Higher Ed and the American Historical Association provide details of an amicus brief filed March 1 in US v. Windsor, a case before the U.S. Supreme Court contesting the validity of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The brief, signed by the American Historical Association and a […]
“Brown v. Board of Education,” by Charise Cheney, Associate Professor, University of Oregon, Department of Ethnic Studies
By complicating the story of the Topeka lawsuit, Cheney’s study engages and expands current historical debates over the modern Civil Rights movement.
Charise Cheney’s paper is now available online as the Winter 2013 issue of CSWS Research Matters.
From her […]
Who Defines “Mutilation”? Challenging Imperialism in the Discourse of Female Genital Cutting
Courtney Smith (back row, center)
by Courtney Smith / From: Feminist Formations / Volume 23, Issue 1, Spring 2011 /pp. 25-46 | 10.1353/ff.2011.0009
See also: global.gender.current » Blog Archive » Unpacking female body “mutilation” in Senegal and the U.S.
Courtney Smith received a CSWS Graduate Student Research Grant […]