photo: Melissa Barnes
The CSWS Advisory Board has approved a new Graduate Writing Fellowship for doctoral students who are in the early stages of dissertation writing. The intent of the fellowship is to provide a summer writing stipend to top finalists for the Jane Grant Dissertation Fellowship.
“We receive so many meritorious applications for the Jane Grant […]
The Center for the Study of Women in Society (CSWS) is pleased to announce awards of more than $86,000 for scholarship, research, and creative work on women and gender for AY 2020-21.
A total of 22 grants were awarded to 12 graduate students, seven tenure-track faculty members, and one career faculty member. Moreover, given the ongoing […]
Tatiana Bryant, then at UO Libraries, received a 2017-18 CSWS Faculty Grant Award as well as a CSWS Travel grant in support of research for the project “Gender Performance and Identity in Librarianship.”
She recently coauthored an article that is the first in a series based on the study this grant supported. Bryant is now […]
Editor’s Note: Ernesto Martínez is a member of the CSWS Advisory Board. His creative work has been supported in part through CSWS Faculty Research Grants and CSWS Special Project funding.
UO professor wins Imagen Award for short film ‘La Serenata’ / from Around the O
August 19, 2019—Ernesto Javier Martínez, an associate professor of ethnic studies at […]
A committee of feminist faculty members unanimously selected
Celeste Reeb as the recipient of the 2019-20 Jane Grant Dissertation
Fellowship, awarded annually by the UO Center for the Study of Women in Society
to support a PhD candidate already advanced to candidacy in writing their
dissertation on women and gender.
Reeb’s work on her dissertation topic — “Closed Captioning:
CSWS is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2019-20 Jane Grant Dissertation Fellowship and our research grants for graduate students, faculty, and staff.
2019-20 Jane Grant Dissertation Fellowship
Celeste Reeb, Department of English, “Closed Captioning: Reading Between the Lines.”
2019-20 Graduate Research Awards
Marc Carpenter, Department of History, “Worthy of All Honors Accorded to the Brave”: Women’s Rights […]