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Women's Studies

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Patricia Gurin Wins James S. Jackson Diversity Scholarship Award

A Professor Emerita of Women's Studies, Gurin will deliver the James S. Jackson Lecture, titled "Collectivity, Community, and Connections in the Pursuit of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion" on Monday, November 18 at 4 PM.

Elizabeth Anderson Named MacArthur Fellow

Philosophy and Women's Studies Professor employs pragmatist methods to examine the ways that various institutions, policies, and social practices serve to promote or hinder conditions of democratic equality.

Founded in 1973, the University of Michigan Women's Studies Department is an interdisciplinary academic unit within the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. The Department is a diverse intellectual community dedicated to excellence through feminist research, teaching, and activism. It seeks to build interdisciplinary collaborations among faculty and students that bridge gender, racial, ethnic, economic, and national divides; create new knowledge about women, gender, race, class, sexuality, and disability; challenge unequal distributions of power; and improve the lives of all individuals and communities.