News and Press Releases Archive
|Identifying Gaps, Building Bridges: Fostering Critical Exchange Between Socio-Legal and Science & Technology Studies||
IRWG director Anna Kirkland is a co-organizer of a two day workshop to bring together scholars from sociolegal studies (SLS) and science and technology studies (STS) at Drexel University.
|A Portrait of Protest||
In his feature article,“Making Protest Great Again,” published in the Winter 2018 issue of Contexts, the American Sociological Society’s quarterly magazine, Heaney shares research findings from his study of Trump-era political protests and rallies.
|Sexual Harassment in the Academy - A Fall 2018 Panel Discussion Series||
Save the dates for Sexual Harassment in the Academy: A Panel Discussion Series, featuring conversations and reflections on a report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
|IRWG Hosts Directors of North American Gender Research Institutes||
With support from the U-M Office of Research, IRWG hosted 23 representatives from 19 gender research institutes across the U.S. and Canada, for a day-long conference in April.
|Lane Hall Exhibit featured in PULP Blog||
The Ann Arbor District Library's blog of arts & culture featured an interview with artists Lisa Olson and Marianetta Porter.
|Congratulations to Scott De Orio!||
IRWG Research Affiliate receives Postdoctoral Fellowship at Northwestern
|Graduate Student Fellowships Awarded||
Announcing the 2018 Graduate Student fellowship recipients
|Labors of Love and Loss - About the Exhibit||
Artists' statements and information about Labors of Love and Loss, a mixed media exhibit by Marianetta Porter and Lisa Olson, on display in Lane Hall Gallery through July.
|TRANS HEALTH ACTIVISM IN DETROIT: MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER||
As part of the 2018 MLK symposium, IRWG presented a panel discussion about trans health activism in Detroit, on January 26 in the Michigan League. The purpose was to explore the important work of transgender and gender nonconforming communities and their allies to build safety, opportunity, and access to health and wellness services for all.
|IRWG Symposium Generates New Feminist Scholarship on Inequality and the Neoliberal State||
Newly published book edited by Leela Fernandes explores feminist perspectives on the varied and often contradictory nature of state practices, structures, and ideologies