News and Press Releases Archive
|Chicana por mi Raza: A National Collaboratory||
An IRWG Collaborative Planning Grant supported the development of organizational infrastructure for Chicana por Mi Raza, a digital, central repository for public and private archives, oral histories, and research related to the development of Chicana feminist praxis during the civil rights period.
|Pre-meeting Workshops on Gender and Addictions||
With a Collaborative Planning Grant from IRWG, this research group planned four workshops on sex differences, gender and addiction, culminating in a graduate course offered in Fall 2013.
|Stories of Mothers Lost Exhibit on Display in Lane Hall Gallery||
Fall 2015 Lane Hall exhibit displaying handmade quilts that commemorate women who've died from pregnancy related complications
|Leela Fernandes's Feminist Political Economy Initiative||
Profile of the Feminist Political Economy Initiative, an IRWG faculty-led program in 2014-15.
|FemTechNet: Feminist Hactivism||
Profile of FemTechNet, one of IRWG's faculty-led programs.
|A Faculty of Our Own: Julia Seng||
Profile of Julia Seng, IRWG Research Professor, whose research focuses on the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder on women’s health and childbearing outcomes.
|Global Feminisms in Russia||
The Global Feminisms Project is a collaborative international oral history project that examines the history of feminist activism, women's movements, and academic women's studies in sites around the world.
|A Faculty of Our Own: Michelle Segar||
Profile of Michelle Segar, Assistant Research Scientist at IRWG and Director of the Sport, Health, and Activity Research and Policy Center (SHARP).
|The Great East Japan Earthquakes through Women's Lenses: Past, Present, and Future||
In 2011, Mieko Yoshihama, Professor of Social Work, began a participatory action research project using a method called PhotoVoice to analyze the effects of the Great East Japan Earthquake and subsequent tsunami and nuclear crisis on women in northern Japan.
|Prices and Personhood: Gender, Race, and the Social History of Risk-Based Pricing||
Greta R. Krippner's research explores the persistance of gender-based pricing in insurance markets. Krippner received an IRWG Faculty Seed Grant in Winter 2014.