Month: April 2012

“Silenced—Women and the Broadcast Blacklist”: an article about the research of CSWS director Carol Stabile

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 […]

Romani Routes, a new book by Carol Silverman

Romani Routes: Cultural Politics and Balkan Music in Diaspora
by Carol Silverman, professor and department head, UO Department of Anthropology
(Oxford University Press, 2012)
Over the past two decades, a steady stream of recordings, videos, feature films, festivals, and concerts has presented the music of Balkan Gypsies, or Roma, to Western audiences, who have greeted them with exceptional […]

Twentieth Century Colonialism and China—a new book edited by Bryna Goodman and David SG Goodman

Twentieth Century Colonialism and China: Localities, the Everyday, and the World
edited by Bryna Goodman and David SG Goodman (Routledge, April 2012)
Publisher’s Synopsis
Colonialism in China was a piecemeal agglomeration that achieved its greatest extent in the first half of the twentieth century, the last edifices falling at the close of the century. The diversity of these […]

Jennifer Burns Levin Interviewed on UO Today

UO Today week of April 23, 2012:
CSWS faculty affiliate and Food in the Field RIG coordinator Jennifer Burns Levin (Literature, Clark Honors College) discusses her interests in James Joyce, Modernist literature, and food studies. She is a co-host on KLCC’s “Food for Thought” and blogs at Culinaria Eugenius. Watch it online.
Eugene schedule:
Channel 23-Wednesday 8 p.m.; […]