Events and News

April 20, 2017   April 2017 Research Series
“’They Are All She Had’: Formerly Incarcerated Women and the Right to Vote, 1890-1945”
Dr. Pippa Holloway, Professor of History
3-4 p.m., Cason-Kennedy Nursing Building, N 119

April 11, 2017    WGST Award Ceremony
Ayne Cantrell  Award presented to Dr. Mary S. Hoffschwelle, Professor of History
WGST Minor Student Scholarship presented to Cristina Joy Lewis, English

November 17, 2016    November 2016 Research Series
"'Black Bodies is Black Bodies': African Immigrant Linked Fate with African Americans"
MeCherri D. Aabedi-Anim, Sociology and Anthropology/Winner of the 2016 Association of Black Sociologists Graduate Student Paper Award
3-4 p.m., Faculty Senate Chambers, James Union Building

September 15, 2016   September 2017 Research Series
"Women Creating Women: Issues of Representation in the Media" with
a film screening of Lift Like A Girl by Allie Sultan

Allie Sultan, Department of Electronic Media Communication 
3-4 p.m., Faculty Senate Chambers, James Union Building

April 21, 2016    April 2016 Research Series
"When 'Wifey' is on the Front Line: Legitimizing Practices in Female Gamer Tags in Augmented Reality Environments"
Dr. Stephanie Hendrick, Department of Electronic Media Communication
3-4 p.m., Faculty Senate Chambers, James Union Building

April 14, 2016    WGST Award Ceremony
Ayne Cantrell Award presented to Clare Bratten
WGST Student Scholarship Award presented to Stephanie Ellis, English, and Charlotte "Cat" Archer, Sociology.

February 18, 2016    February 2016 Research Series
"Mary E. Hutchinson's Gender Madness"
Dr. Jae Turner, Department of History
3-4 p.m., Faculty Senate Chambers, James Union Building

November 19, 2015    November 2015 Research Series
"Navigating Sensitive Topics and the IRB Process"
Panelists:
Dr. Rudy Dunlap, Assistant Professor, Human Performance PhD program
Tara Prairie, PhD Student, Human Performance PhD program (former compliance officer)
Lesley Hanlin, MA Student, Sociology and also GA for Office of Compliance (IRB)
Facilitator:
Dr. Jackie Eller, Interim Vice Provost for Research and Dean, College of Graduate Studies
3-4 p.m., Faculty Senate Chambers, James Union Building

October 15, 2015    October 2015 Research Series Presentation
"WGST Graduate Certificate Research in Progress"
A panel made up of current WGST Graduate Certificate Students:
Matthew Byrge - "Gender Violence and Masculinity Within Indigenous Literature and Culture across the Antipodes and Pacific Regions"
Michelle Estes - "'More Closeted than Gayness Itself': The Depiction of Same-Sex Couple Violence in Newspaper Media"
Lori Stephens - "Upskirting: 'The Gaze' and the First Amendment"
Moderator:
Dr. Clare Bratten, Professor, Electronic Media Communication
3-4 p.m., Faculty Senate Chambers, James Union Building

September 17, 2015   September 2015 Research Series Presentation
"Feminist Ethics and Research"
A panel with Drs. Jackie Eller, Interim Vice Provost for Research and Dean, College of Graduate Studies; Ida Fadzillah, Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology; and Vicky MacLean, Interim Director, Women's and Gender Studies/Professor, Sociology and Anthropology.
Moderator:
Dr. Clare Bratten, Professor, Electronic Media Communication
3-4 p.m., Faculty Senate Chambers, James Union Building

April 17, 2014    April 2014 Research Series Presentation
"Feminist Standpoint and Reflexive Thinking: Graduate Student Research in Progress"
A panel made up of recent WGST Graduate Certificate Students. Each panelist will describe her reflective process and dual roles as researcher and feminist. We will follow with a conversation among participants and attendees.
Shelley Maddox - "Feminist Parenting: A Mother's Auto-Ethnographic" (December 2013 Graduation)
JaDee Carathers - "Situating the Self in Reflective Practice: A Methodological Meditation on Feminist Standpoint Epistemology in Qualitative Interviewing on Maternal Sexuality and the Breastfeeding Problematic" (May 2014 Expected) 
Shaonta Allen  - "My Sister's Keeper: Reflections on Black Sisterhood, Feminist Consciousness, and Sorority Life" (August 2013 Graduation)
Felicia Brown - "Multicultural Identities among Minority Women Living in the US: Toward A Transformative Knowledge" (May 2014 Expected)
 
Organizer and Moderator:
Dr. Vicky MacLean, Faculty Advisor, WGST Graduate Certificate
3-4 p.m., BAS SunTrust Room N127

March 20, 2014     March 2014 Research Series Presentation
"
Medievalism and Masculinity in the Twenty-First Century"
Dr. Amy Kaufman, Assistant Professor of English
3-4 p.m., BAS SunTrust Room N127

 

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