News and Press Releases Archive
|What is Queer Dance?||
Faculty Seed Grant recipient, Clara Croft, investigates "queer dance" through live performance, a book, and website.
|Upcoming Exhibitions in Lane Hall Gallery||
Fall 2018 Lane Hall Gallery exhibition features photographs by Fran Antmann, taken in Guatemala over a period from 2006 to 2017, that evoke the life and culture of the indigenous communities that live along the shores of Lake Atitlán.
|Science and Technology: Understanding the Logics behind Grassroots Innovation in India||
Faculty Seed Grant recipient, Shobita Parthasarathy, gathers preliminary research for her project on science and technology innovation in India.
|147 Years of the “Dangerous Experiment”||
Bicentennial course and corresponding public events explore women's and LGBTQ history at U-M.
|A Word from Outgoing IRWG Director, Sarah Fenstermaker||
"As I reflect on my time at IRWG I am moved to recall the wonderful work the IRWG staff and I have accomplished together in a short time. . ."
|Graduate Student Spotlight: Charnan Williams, PhD Candidate in History||
Boyd/Williams Dissertation Grant Recipient, Charnan Williams explores California archives for her research on race, labor and gender
|Announcing New Director||
As the Institute for Research on Women and Gender enters our 23rd year, we are delighted to announce our new director, Professor Anna Kirkland.
|IRWG Awards Faculty Grants for Research on Women & Global Health||
Announcing the 2017 Sisters Fund for Global Health grant recipients
|IRWG Faculty Receive NIH Grant to Study Tobacco Use, Discrimination, and Health in the LGBT Population||
Sean Esteban McCabe (primary investigator), Carol Boyd, and Philip Veliz (co-investigators), were awarded funding from the National Institutes of Health for their project titled, “Health, Stress, and Tobacco Use Disparities among Sexual Minority Populations.”
|Health, Stress, and Tobacco Use Disparities among Sexual Minority Populations||
Three-year NIH-funded study to enhance the understanding of tobacco/nicotine use among sexual minorities in the U.S.