Call for Graduate Student Policy Briefs on Intersectional Approaches to Sexual Violence

When the institutions tasked with providing shelter instead become sites of sexual violence and harassment, how should feminist policy-makers respond? We invite submissions of Policy Briefs that address this question. Selected Briefs will be published and may receive a $500 Award.

CSW is Hiring: Apply to be the 2019 Thinking Gender Coordinator!

UCLA Graduate Students: We are hiring a graduate student researcher to be the 2019 Thinking Gender Conference Coordinator! The 2019 Conference theme is “Feminists Confronting the Carceral State.” We seek applicants with research and/or activist interests related to this theme.

Meet our 2018 Award Winners!

CSW is proud to announce our 2018 award winners! We will be celebrating their accomplishments at our annual Awards Luncheon and Benefit on May 31, 2018.

Call for Papers: Special Section of Catalyst

We are currently accepting submissions for a special issue of Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience on the topic “Chemical Entanglements: Gender and Exposure.” Submissions of original research essays, maximum 7000 words, are due Monday, December 17, 2018.

Migrant Angst and Policing the Edible in Italy

CSW Adjunct Assistant Professor Rachel Vaughn writes about her work on food and migration in Italy. She brings a feminist theoretical perspective to bear on questions of food, waste, racialization and Italy’s migration ‘crisis.’

UCLA graduate students with Dr. Sara Ahmed (purple shirt, center) following a seminar which Ahmed led at UCLA on February 13, 2018.

Reflections on Sara Ahmed’s Work

CSW hosted a talk and graduate seminar with Sara Ahmed on February 13, 2018, and we have invited to graduate students who participated in the seminar to reflect on their experiences for our blog. Read posts by UCLA graduate students Tony Wei Ling and Dandi Meng.