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 […]
by alicee • • Comments Off on Author Sohaila Abdulali at Eugene Public Library
[ April 17, 2019; 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. ]
Downtown Eugene Public Library100 W. 10th (10th & Olive)Eugene, OR 97401Free & open to the public
A talk by the author of the acclaimed book What We Talk About When We Talk About Rape, examining sexual assault and the global discourse on rape from the perspective of a survivor, former counselor, and activist.
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[ April 18, 2019; 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. ]
Talk: What We Talk About When We Talk About RapeAuthor: Sohaila Abdulali, writer/activistDate and Time: Thursday, April 18 from 4-6 PM, Straub Hall 156, 1451 Onyx St., UO campus SASS: a confidential advocate from Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) will be present and the confidential/decompress room will be available in Straub Rm 231.
by alicee • • Comments Off on Spirits’ Homecoming: a film about sex slaves from Korea and Asia
[ October 12, 2017; 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ]
Global Scholars Hall 130
1710 E. 15th Ave.
Spirits’ Homecoming (Gwi-hyang) is a S. Korean fictional film that tells the story of young women who were taken from their homes in Korea (then a Japanese colony) and forced to become “comfort women” for the Japanese Imperial Army during the Pacific War (1941-45).
by alicee • • Comments Off on Cultural Adaptation of Career Development Intervention for Latina Immigrant Partner Violence Survivors
[ November 30, 2017; 3:30 pm; ] Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Diamond Lake Room
Faculty Research Series: Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies (CLLAS)
“Cultural Adaptation of Career Development Intervention for Latina Immigrant Partner Violence Survivors”
Dr. Krista Chronister, Professor, Counseling Psychology, School of Education, and Yolanda Valenzuela, doctoral student, Counseling Psychology, will present on their research in their talk “Cultural Adaptation of Career […]
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