“Fun with Dick and Jane: Gender and Childhood” A Gender Studies Conference at the University of Notre Dame
Call for Papers from Undergraduates
“Fun with Dick and Jane: Gender and Childhood”
A Gender Studies Conference at the University of Notre Dame
South Bend, Indiana
December 4-6, 2014
Students are invited to submit proposals to participate in this conference. Students will be expected to present a fifteen minute talk…
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“The world of filmmaking and television production is dominated by men’s voices. We are not seeing enough representations that are actually from a girl or a woman’s perspective,” said Mary Celeste Kearney, associate professor of film, television, and theatre and a senior fellow in the gender studies program at the University of Notre Dame.
“Being in gender studies helps you really understand how to be an advocate for yourself and an advocate for other people as well,” said Natalie Perez ’14, a gender studies major in the College of Arts and Letters. Gender studies at Notre Dame is an interdisciplinary academic program which analyzes the significance of gender in all aspects of human life, especially in the social formation of human identities, practices, and institutions. “We live in a culture that’s very permissive about these [gender] stereotypes … and I don’t think it’s OK to sit back and accept things for the way they are,” said Perez.
Congratulations to Eileen for being the 2014 recipient of the APSA Okin-Young Award in Feminist Political Theory
The Okin-Young Award in Feminist Political Theory, co-sponsored by Women and Politics, Foundations of Political Theory, and the Women’s Caucus for Political Science, commemorates the scholarly, mentoring, and professional contributions of Susan Moller Okin and Iris Marion Young to the development of the field of feminist political theory. This annual award recognizes the best paper on feminist political theory published in an English language academic journal during the previous calendar year.…
Congratulations to our 2014 Summer Internship Grant Recipients
Rachel Hughes '15
Pregnancy Center East (PCE), Cincinnati, Ohio
Rachel will be working at Pregnancy Center East (PCE), a pregnancy resource center that serves downtown Cincinnati and the surrounding suburb. She will research and propose a plan to implement public health services (STI testing and referrals) through PCE as well as provide services for clients at the center. These include acting as a client advocate (counselor) for women who seek help through PCE and providing material assistance (diapers, formula, clothing, etc.) through donations made to PCE. This internship swill provide her with public health experience to broaden her perspective on health care as more of a community issue, rather than just an individual’s issue. This internship specifically will enhance her understanding of the impact of public policy on healthcare services provided by agencies such as Pregnancy Center East.…
The Philip L. Quinn Essay Award, presented to a Notre Dame undergraduate for an outstanding essay on a topic related to gender studies:
Major: American Studies
Minor: Peace Studies
Graduation date: May 2014
The Stripping Culture: An Analysis of Male and Female Strippers
Professor: Dr. Pamela Butler…
Congratulations to our 2014 Summer Research Grant Recipients:
Kristin Brennan ‘16
Exploring Women’s Role in the Israeli Food Industry
Daniella Grover ‘16
Childhood Experiences to Maternal Attitudes: Breastfeeding, Positive Touch, Responsiveness, Play, Embedded-ness, and Social Support
Anne Kuster ‘16
The Effect of Family Solidarity on Economic Independence of Single Mothers in Mexico…