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Congratulations to our newly appointed Affiliated Faculty members

February 28, 2018 • Categories: Alumni and Students

Congratulations to our newly appointed Affiliated Faculty members:

 

Lakshmi Iyer, Associate Professor of Economics

 

Linda Przybyszewski, Associate Professor in History

 

Sarah Margarita Quesada

In Memoriam: Mary Ellen Konieczny, Henkels Family Associate Professor of Sociology

February 28, 2018 • Categories: Alumni and Students

In Memoriam: Mary Ellen Konieczny, Henkels Family Associate Professor of Sociology, Gender Studies Affiliated Faculty and Gender Studies Steering Committee Representative for the Social Sciences

by Kate Garry

February 26, 2018

 

Mary Ellen Konieczny

Annual Undergraduate Writing Prize - Essay & Thesis

February 27, 2018 • Categories: Alumni and Students

2018 Undergraduate Writing Awards

Genevieve D. Willis Senior Thesis Prize Competition

Genevieve D. Willis Senior Thesis Prize for the best thesis written by an undergraduate at Notre Dame on a topic related to Gender Studies ($150). This prize is named in honor of Genevieve D. Willis, whose family has provided an endowment for excellence for the Gender Studies Program.…

G. Margaret Porter Annaul Graduate Writing Prize - Essay

February 27, 2018 • Categories: Alumni and Students

2018 Graduate Writing Award

The G. Margaret Porter Gender Studies Graduate Writing Prize ($150) is awarded to the best essay by a Gender Studies Graduate Minor student written in the calendar year (January to December).  This prize is named in honor of G. Margaret Porter, Gender Studies Librarian at the Hesburgh Library who enabled high-caliber research in gender by ensuring that students and faculty have access to the best resources in Gender Studies.  Submissions can be essays written for a class, or papers presented at conferences.  Dissertation chapters and sections of MA theses are not eligible.  Only graduate students enrolled in the Gender Studies Minor may apply. …

Congratulations Professor Sarah McKibben

February 12, 2018 • Categories: Alumni and Students

Sarah Mckibben Pic Web

The Gender Studies Program sends warm congratulations to Professor Sarah McKibben, in Irish Language and Literature, who has just received a prestigious fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies.  This fellowship will fund Prof. McKibben’s work on her new project, Tradition Transformed: Bardic Poetry and Patronage in Early Modern Ireland, c.1560-1660.