CSW welcomes Sara Ahmed!

On February 13, 2017, Sara Ahmed will join us as a featured speaker in our Feminism + the Senses series. Her talk is titled “Complaint as Diversity Work.”

Thank you to all who participated in Edible Feminisms!

Thank you to all who joined us at Edible Feminisms, and congratulations to CSW Adjunct Associate Professors Sarah Tracy and Rachel Vaughn for convening a successful event! Stay tuned for news of the upcoming special issue of Food, Culture, and Society informed by this event!

Thinking Gender, Pre-Existing Conditions: Registration now open!

Registration is now open for Thinking Gender, Pre-Existing Conditions. The conference will take place March 1 & 2, 2018, and will feature panel, poster, and speed-pitching roundtable presentations, as well as an art exhibition.

2018 Student Funding Deadlines

Deadlines for CSW’s student funding opportunities are coming up! Application materials for awards and fellowships are due on April 2, 2018. Applications for Travel Grants are due on April 16, 2018.

Michelle Liu Carriger reports from Rufflecon

UCLA Assistant Professor of Theater Michelle Liu Carriger attended Rufflecon, a convention for Gothic Lolita fashion enthusiasts. On our blog, she explores how participants engage with history and perform femininity.

CSW Associate Director Sarah Haley wins multiple book awards

Sarah Haley’s book No Mercy Here was honored with the 2017 Lora Romero First Book Publication Prize and the 2017 Joan Kelly Memorial Prize. Congratulations!