2020 Annual Review

  • 2019-2020 Year in Review: A Letter from the Director by Michelle McKinley, Director, CSWS
  • Supporting Women of Color at UO by Sangita Gopal, Associate Professor, Department of Cinema Studies
  • “She Was a Terrific Advocate”: Joan Acker Inspired Alumnus’ Career and Lifelong Connection to CSWS by Jenée Wilde, Dissemination Specialist, CSWS
  • Writing A Death in Harlem: A Conversation with Karla Holloway Interview by Ulrick Casimir, Career Instructor, Department of English
  • Reflections on Gender, Power, and Grief

Faculty Research

  • The Alaska Mental Health Act: Tracing the Development of Public Health and the Nation-State by Kristin Yarris, Associate Professor, Department of Global Studies
  • Food Under Facism by Diana Garvin, Assistant Professor, Department of Romance Languages
  • The “Loophole of Retreat”: Seclusion, Privacy, and the Intimate Geographies of Black Life by Faith Barter, Assistant Professor, Department of English
  • How I Gained 100 Japanese Grandmothers: Reflections on Intergenerational Conversation Inspired by CSWS by Alisa Freedman, Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Literature

Graduate Student Research

  • “The Struggle Continues”: Gender-Based Violence and the Politics of Justice and Care in Brazil by Emily Masucci, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology
  • “Two Sides of the Same Story”: Colonial Violence and Erasure in the University of Oregon’s (Fallen) Pioneer Statues by Marc J. Carpenter, PhD Candidate, Department of History
  • In the Name of Honor? Evaluating the Impact of Weather Variability on “Honor” Killings in Pakistan by Amna Javed, PhD Candidate, Department of Economics
  • The Work of Black Feminist Liberation: Writing Erotic Freedom in Black Feminist Fiction and TV by Carmel Ohman, PhD Candidate, Department of English
  • Radical Korean Feminism: Women’s Movement Seeks to #escapethecorset by Jane Nam, PhD Candidate, Department of Philosophy
  • Witch-Hunting in Colonial Assam by Daizi Hazarika, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology

Highlights from the Academic Year

  • News & Updates
  • 2020-21 CSWS Research Grant Award Winners
  • Black Thought Matters: Two Online Collections from Hypatia celebrate Juneteenth                  
  • CSWS Website Gets a Facelift          
  • Looking at Books
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