June 1, 2018—Alisa Freedman, back from a sabbatical year doing research in Japan, recently gave a TEDx talk about her CSWS-supported research on Japanese women who studied in the U.S. from 1949-1966. Freedman teaches Japanese literature & film in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, and is newly promoted to full professor.
Editor’s Note: Congratulations to long-time CSWS faculty affiliate Alisa Freedman, who has served on CSWS’s advisory board as well as the CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium advisory group over the years.
December 19, 2016—Source: UO advisor receives one of her profession’s high honors | Around the O
“A University of Oregon advisor has received a top honor […]
[ November 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016. ] “Between 1949 and 1966, at least 4,713 Japanese students studied at American universities with the best-known fellowships at the time—GARIOA (Government Account for Relief in Occupied Areas [1949 through 1951]) and Fulbright (established in 1952)—along with a few private scholarships. This group included 651 women. Among them were future leaders in fields as diverse as […]
Long-time CSWS faculty affiliate Alisa Freedman, associate professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences, has been selected as a winner of a 2016 University of Oregon Excellence in Undergraduate Advising Award. Dr. Freedman has been named an Outstanding Faculty Advisor.
Alisa Freedman (photo by Jack Liu)
The Division of Undergraduate […]