Women's and Gender Studies Awards Grants for Student Research on Sexual Harassment and Gender-Based Violence
In CNN, Prof. Naomi André comments on the Metropolitan Opera's cessation of blackface makeup use in 'Otello'
Professor Tiya Miles Discusses How to Talk to Your Kids About the Contributions of African American Women
Sports Management Prof. Ketra Armstrong comments on The University of Tennessee's decision to remove the prefix "Lady" from all but one of its women's sports teams
Gender, Race and Nation minor and Art & Design student Meghal Janardan interviewed and photographed 30 women of color from the University of Michigan for her senior thesis project. You can see it online.
On National Public Radio Marketplace Morning Report, alumna Renee Gross interviews PhD candidate Rita Seabrook and others on who should pay for dates
Prof. Carol Jacoben and Attorney Lynn D'Orio's article on "Case Studies of the MI Women's Justice & Clemency Project" is published
Prof. Wang Zheng is interviewed about the detention of five Chinese feminist activists at the juncture of Beijing+20
Anna Kirkland is honored for outstanding contributions to undergraduate education as a recipient of an Arthur F. Thurnau professorship
Prof. Esther Newton's 1993 book, "Cherry Grove: Sixty Years in America's First Gay and Lesbian Town" is reissued in paperback.
Professor Elizabeth Armstrong is quoted in the New York Times about the residential college experience
Breanne Fahs, Psychology & WGS PHD alum and professor at Arizona State offers extra credit for defying gender norms on body hair. Read more Inside Higher Ed.
Dr. Tim Johnson, Prof. of ObGyn and WGS, said the Michigan law requiring women to buy a separate health insurance rider for abortion coverage is having a chilling effect on doctors when treating patients
History/WGS PhD alum Rebekah E. Pite received a Social Sciences Book Prize for "Creating a Common Table in Twentieth-Century Argentina: Doña Petrona, Women, and Food"
Make Love Not War: Changing the Conversation on Abortion, History doctoral student Jacqueline Antonovich writes about the recent Lane Hall exhibit on the blog Nursing Clio
Professor Elizabeth Armstrong is quoted in a Forbes article, Hooking Up And Marriage: Luxury Goods For Educated Millennials
Watch a video about Prof. Larry LaFountain's new book on trans performance and activism in Puerto Rico and in the U.S.
WDET talks with Prof. Maria Cotera about the new exhibit at El Museo del Norte in Detroit, Las Rebeldes - Stories of Strength and Struggle
Dr. Timothy R. B. Johnson in the Detroit Free Press, Why your doctor, not your boss, should make health care decisions
Prof. Anna Kirkland was quoted in the Detroit News on the temporary suspension of gay marriages in Michigan
Artist, researcher and activist Heather Ault is interviewed about her Lane Hall Exhibit “4,000 Years for Choice: A Graphic Guide to Reproductive Justice” on the Michigan Public Radio program Stateside
A piece in The New York Times on “Sex and Intimacy After the Baby Arrives” is based on the research of Professors Sari van Anders and Lisa Kane Low
Prof. Pam Smock comments in the Detroit Free Press on gender equity and the appointment of Mary Barra as GM CEO
Marilyn Zimmerwoman's exhibit, "So You Say You Want a Revolution: Sustainable Activism and Beloved Communities of Detroit" is in the Lane Hall Exhibit Space
Prof. Sari van Anders is interviewed about her study on the sexuality of partners of postpartum women
An article on "Considerations of Gender in the Commutation Process for Incarcerated Women" by Carol Jacobsen and Lora Lempert is published in the journal Signs
Julianne Halsey and Angela Pérez-Villa are the 2013 McGuigan Prize winners for best essays in Women's Studies
Amy Navvab receives the Feminist Practice Award for her leadership in the U-M Open Housing Initiative
Professor Terri Conley's research has challenged evolutionary psychology’s thesis that women are less interested in casual sex than men
Holly Hughes’ recent solo show, “The Dog and Pony Show: Bring Your Own Pony,” has been nominated for a national GLAAD Media Award
See the Ann Arbor Journal's coverage of the Lane Hall Exhibit Reception, "A Woman's Place is in the Struggle"
<i>Sudan’s Secession and the Future Ahead</i>, A Conversation with Amal Hassan Fadlalla is in the <i>Journal of the International Institute</i>
Carol Jacobsen is interviewed about her films on women incarcerated in the U.S. in the <i>Signs Online Journal: Films for the Feminist Classroom</i>
Carol Jacobsen talks with <i>LSA Magazine</i> about the Michigan Women's Justice and Clemency Project
Maria Cotera works to create a museum that will remember the thousands of Mexicans unjustly deported during the 1930s
Nadine Naber's article "Imperial Feminism, Islamophobia, and the Egyptian Revolution" is in Jadaliyya.com
Gayle Rubin's book, <i>Surveiller et jouir: Anthropologie politique du sexe</i> (Discipline and Pleasure: Political Anthropology of Sex) is published in French
The U-M Spectrum Center Celebrates Doin it for 40 Years with a year-long program of LGBT education and entertainment
<i>Against Health: How Health Became the New Morality</i>, by Jonathan M. Metzl and Anna Kirkland, is released
Esther Newton is honored at the American Anthropological Association with a symposium, <i>The Mother (Camp) of Us All</i>
The Brian Lehrer Show features Anna Kirkland and Jonathan Metzl discussing their new book, <i>Against Health: How Health Became the New Morality</i>
<i>Thinking about Other People in Nineteenth-Century British Writing</i> by Adela Pinch, is released
Women's Studies Alum Corrie Wallace, Director of the Parent Center for Immigrant and Refugee Families, is Interviewed on Chicago Public Radio
On Michigan Radio, Dr. Lisa Harris discusses what the Supreme Court's ruling on abortion restrictions in Texas could mean for Michigan
Senior Jessica Wang receives the 2022 Feminist Practice Award; Senior Emma Theisen wins Honorable Mention
2015 Vivian R. Shaw Lecture with Piper Kermann. "Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison"
Saving Jeannace June Freeman: Capital Punishment and the Transformation of Homophobia in Oregon, 1961-1964
Exiting the Ivory Tower Before and After Graduation: Attrition and Non-Faculty Careers Among Diverse Students
Co-sponsored Event: Feminist Science Studies. HPV and the Expanding Sexual Politics of Cancer Prevention
Scandal in Suburbia: Lesbian Wives, or the Hidden Threat to the Nuclear Family in Postwar America, brownbag lunch
After Tiller - A documentary about the physicians in America who offer late-term abortions following the 2009 assassination of Dr. George Tiller in Wichita, Kansas
POSTPONED--Women's Studies in Real Life: Using Women’s and Gender Studies & Feminist Practice in your Career
Detroit Women Speak: A Community Film on Race, Environmental Justice, Leadership & Gender in Detroit
Opening reception for the Marilyn Zimmerwoman photography exhibit, "So You Say You Want a Revolution: Sustainable Activism and Beloved Communities of Detroit"
"Building New Majorities: Achieving Racial and Gender Equity in Life and Politics," 2013 Motorola Lecture by Rinku Sen
"The New Sterilization: Incarceration as Population Policy in the United States," lecture and opening reception for the multimedia exhibition, Interrupted Life: Incarcerated Mothers in the United States
"Engaging Diversity: More Important Than Ever," Nancy Cantor Distinguished Lectureship on Intellectual Diversity
Lila Miller Collegiate Professorship in History and Women's Studies Inaugural Lecture: "Episodes in the History of Intellectual Sociability: From the French Enlightenment to the University of Michigan"
"Smashing the Masher: The Response to Street Harassment in Progressive Era America" a Lecture by Estelle Freedman
Women’s property rights abuses in Nyanza and Western Provinces, Kenya: An examination of this critical structural driver of HIV risks
The Congress on Research in Dance 2012 Special Topics Conference: Meanings and Makings of Queer Dance
"Between the Lines of Michigan Senate Bill 13: A Discussion on the Implications of a Personhood Amendment"