See the Upcoming Events calendar on opening page of this website for up-to-date information on all upcoming events.
- 4/21/16 7 p.m. – 9.m. Elizabeth Armstrong: “Sex, Alcohol, and Violence: How Status Competition Creates Risk.” Ford Alumni Center, Giustina Ballroom. Sponsored by CSWS and the Department of Sociology. Armstrong is the coauthor of Paying for the Party: How College Maintains Inequality.
- 4/29/16 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Tanisha Ford: “The Politics of Style: Black Women, Social Movements, and Global Fashion Economies.” Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsored by CSWS and the Department of English. Ford is the author of Liberated Threads: Black Women, Style, and the Global Politics of Soul.
- 5/3/16 12 p.m. – 1:15p.m. “The Ancient and The Modern Customary and Civil Marriage & Family Law in Gabon,” Rachel Jean-Baptiste. Knight Browsing Room
- 5/6-5/7/16 2016 CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium “Crossing Borders: Women’s Stories of Immigration, Migration, and Transition”
- 5/10/16 3 p.m – 5:30p.m. Irma Velásquez, Combining Activism and Research: Synergies and Obstacles Knight Library Browsing Room.
- 5/11/16 5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Irma Velásquez, “Activism and Social Change in Postwar Guatemala” Public Talk-Americas Rig Global Scholars Hall
- 5/12/16 12 p.m. – 1:15 p.m “Love, Money, and HIV: Becoming a Modern African Woman in the Age of AIDS,” a lecture by Sanyu Mojola Knight Library Studio A
- 6/02/16 4:30 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. Jennifer Lawless, “Running from Office: Why Young Americans are Turned Off to Politics” Public Talk-American RIG ” Knight Library Browsing Room
- 6/03/16 3:00 p.m. – 5:30 p. m. Jennifer Lawless, “Increasing the Visibility of Your Humanities or Social Science Research” Public Talk-Americas RIG Knight Library Browsing Room
- 10/5 – 10/6 4 pm – 6 pm Conference: Studying Sex in China. A cosponsored event.
- 10/7/15 Noon Graduate Student Coffee Hour. Jane Grant Conference Room, 330 Hendricks Hall.
- 10/30/15 1 pm-3 pm “Integrating Campus Sexual Assault into the Curriculum,” with Simona Sharoni, Browsing Room, Knight Library.
- 11/4/15 Noon-1 pm “Meeting Regulations for Human Subjects Research,” a CSWS brown-bag luncheon for graduate students, Jane Grant Conference Rm, Hendricks Hall 330. A Q&A Session with Carolyn Craig and Mary Hanabury, UO Research Compliance Services.
- 12/2/15 Noon Talk: “An Army of Some: Recruiting for Difference and Diversity in the U.S. Armed Forces,” Jeremiah Favara, PhD student, SOJC. Jane Grant Conference Room, 330 Hendricks Hall.
- 12/4-12/5 James Tiptree, Jr. Symposium, Lillis Hall, sponsored by the UO Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives, and cosponsored by CSWS among others.
- 12/8/15 Noon. CSWS Grants Information Session with Q&A to learn how to apply for CSWS Research Grants with CSWS interim director Carol Stabile, Jane Grant Conference Room, Hendricks Hall 330.
1/13/16 Noon – 1 pm: CSWS Noon Talk with interim director Carol Stabile (head, WGS; professor, SOJC), “G-Men Masculinity: The FBI’s War on Broadcasting,” Knight Library, Collaboration Room, Room 122, 1501 Kincaid St.
3/3-3/4 The CSWS Narrative, Health, and Social Justice Research Interest Group (RIG) brings Susan Reverby to campus for a public lecture, “Escaping Melodrama: How Should We Think about the Immoral Research Studies in Tuskegee and Guatemala?” on March 3 and RIG workshop March 4, 2016. Dr. Reverby is the Marion Butler McLean Professor in the History of Ideas and a professor of women’s and gender studies at Wellesley College.
3/11-3/12 Ms. Fembot 2016: A Digital Initiative for Civic Engagement. Event Sponsors: The Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, the Fembot Collective, Ms. Magazine, and the University of Oregon’s Center for the Study of Women in Society.