Monthly Archives: September 2012

Award Winning Author and Journalist Amy Waldman to Visit SBAI!

Next Thursday, SBAI and the Department of English will present author Amy Waldman with the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize for Fiction for her first novel, The Submission. Waldman will give a reading from her winning novel and be available for … Continue reading

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Stephanie Li’s New Article on HuffPost

We love to share news and publications from our Faculty Associates and Steering Committee members, so we were thrilled to see Stephanie Li’s blog post on the Huffington Post College Page yesterday.  Li’s post, “The White Elephant in Romney’s Room,” … Continue reading

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Great News from a Friend of SBAI!

We received great news earlier this week from BJ Douglass, a student and instructor who we have gotten to know well in the past few years. BJ was awarded a Graduate Certificate in Gender and Women’s Studies from SBAI in … Continue reading

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Gender, Culture, and Tobacco Use

We’re kicking off this year’s series of research seminars with a double header for next week! On Wednesday, September 26 at 12pm Dr. Nancy Chin, Associate Professor of Community and Preventative Medicine, will share from her ongoing work, “Gender Dynamics … Continue reading

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Gender, Image, and Revolution: Angela Davis in Cuba

Join us next Monday, September 24th at 12pm for a works-in-progress research seminar with the 2012-2013 Frederick Douglass Institute Post-Doctoral Fellow, Sarah Seidman. Dr. Seidman’s research revolves around race, movements for political change, the radical imagination, visual culture, and transnationalism … Continue reading

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Creating Change Abreast Tradition: Sharing Breastfeeding Experiences and Influencing Policy, Culture, and the Media

September has been marked by two prominent news stories related to breastfeeding that may be of interest to our readers, and we would be remiss to not share them. This week, Inside Higher Ed published an article on relevant to … Continue reading

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