Professor Sarah Haley Has Been Awarded A Career Enhancement Fellowship For Junior Faculty From The Woodrow Wilson Foundation For 2014-15. She Will Use This Fellowship To Complete Her Booklength Project Entitled Engendering Captivity: Black Women And Convict Labor After The Civil War. Engendering Captivity Is An Interdisciplinary History Of African American Women’s Experiences Of Punishment […]
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Distinguished Professor Emerita, Angela Y. Davis, Joined Gender Studies Department In Spring 2014 as a Regents’ Lecturer and Visiting Professor. Forty-Five Years earlier at the youthful age of 25, she taught her first class at UCLA Tto an overflowing audience of 2,000 In Royce Hall. On May 8th, 2014, she returned to Royce Hall to […]
The Department Of Gender Studies Congratulates Professor Sandra Harding, Recipient Of The 2013 John Desmond Bernal Prize, Awarded Annually To A Individual Judged To Have Made A Distinguished Contribution To The Field Of Social Studies Of Science. Sandra Received The Award On October 11th At The Annual Meeting Of The Society For Social Studies Of […]
Their Proposed Project, Titled “Indigenous Los Angeles At The Intersections,” Will Examine The Complexity Of Indigeneity In What Is Arguably The Largest Indigenous Population Of Any City In The US. Indigenous LA Spans Multi-Racial Contexts Of The City And Its Environs And Reveals Cultures Often Hidden Or Obscured Within More Visible Cultures.
Françoise Lionnet Has Been Selected As The 114th Faculty Research Lecturer, Which Is The Highest Honor UCLA Bestows On A Faculty Member. In Recognition Of Her Distinguished Scholarly Accomplishments, She Will Deliver A Public Lecture On April 15th, 2013.
Uri McMillan Has Been Awarded A Career Enhancement Fellowship For Junior Faculty From The Woodrow Wilson Foundation For 2013-14 – Uri Will Use This Fellowship To Finish His Book Project, Embodied Avatars: The Art Of Black Performance (NYU Press, Sexual Cultures Series) And Begin Work On His Second, Tentatively Called Combines: Race, Art, And Representation.
Professor Aisha Finch Was Awarded A Ford Foundation Fellowship And A UC President’s Faculty Research Fellowship In The Humanities For Her Research Project, “Insurgency Interrupted: Cuban Slaves And The Resistance Movements Of 1843-1844,” Which Mobilizes New Archival Evidence For Reconstructing The Social, Cultural And Political World Of Rural Slaves And Free People Of Color In […]
Professor Gil Hochberg Received A Mellon Foundation New Directions Fellowship To Study The Palestinian Dialect Of Arabic And The Spoken Word In Palestinian Film, Experimental Documentaries, And Performance Art. She Will Spend 2012-13 At Al-Quds University In East Jerusalem.
Professor Sharon Traweek And Information Studies Professor Christine L. Borman Received $1. 2 Million From The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation To Conduct Ethnographic Studies Of Scientific Information And Data Practices That Will Determine How Institutions Manage And Share Complex Sets Of Research Intelligence.