We include here books and documentaries by faculty affiliates, particularly ones that relate to our mission: generating, supporting and disseminating research on women and gender. Many of these projects received CSWS funding.
Interpreting Islam, Modernity, and Women’s Rights in Pakistan
by Anita M. Weiss
Anita Weiss is professor and head, Department of International Studies, and a CSWS faculty affiliate.
Sexing the Media: How and Why We Do It
by Debra L. Merskin
Debra Merskin is an associate professor, School of Journalism and Communication, and a CSWS faculty affiliate.
Sovereign Masculinity: Gender Lessons from the War on Terror
by Bonnie Mann
Oxford University Press
Bonnie Mann, associate professor and head, Department of Philosophy, is a CSWS faculty affiliate.
Skein of Light
by Karen McPherson
Karen McPherson, professor of French, Department of Romance Languages, is a CSWS faculty affiliate.
Salmon Is Everything: Community-Based Theatre in the Klamath Watershed
by Theresa May with Suzanne Burcell, Kathleen McCovey, and Jean O’Hara.
Foreword by Gordon Bettles.
First Peoples: New Directions in Indigenous Studies, 2014
Theresa May is an associate professor, Dept. of Theatre Arts, and a CSWS faculty affiliate.
The Librarian Stereotype: Deconstructing Perceptions and Presentations of Information Work
edited by Nicole Pagowsky & Miriam Rigby
Miriam Rigby is associate social sciences librarian, Reference & Research Services Dept., UO Libraries, and a CSWS faculty affiliate.
The Truly Diverse Faculty: New Dialogues in American Higher Education
coedited by Stephanie Fryberg and Ernesto Javier Martínez
Ernesto Martinez is an associate professor, Department of Ethnic Studies, and a CSWS faculty affiliate.
Slavery and the Politics of Place: Representing the Colonial Caribbean, 1770-1833
by Elizabeth Bohls
Cambridge University Press
Liz Bohls is an associate professor, Department of English, and a CSWS faculty affiliate. She received a 2005 CSWS Faculty Research Grant in support of research for this book.
Our Caribbean Kin: Race and Nation in the Neoliberal Antilles
by Alaí Reyes-Santos
Rutgers University Press
Alaí Reyes-Santos is an assistant professor, Department of Ethnic Studies, and a CSWS faculty affiliate. Her research was in part supported by a CSWS Faculty Research Grant.