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College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Current Research on Women and Gender (CROW)

2012-2013 CROW Lectures


October 1, 2012: Kate Lavelle, Assistant Professor Communications Studies.

Title: “Playing Like a Man – Representations of Gender and Athleticism in Sports.”


November 5, 2012: Julie Husband, Associate Professor, Languages and Literatures.

Title: "Embodying Equal Rights: Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass, 1868-1870."


December 3, 2012: Kenneth Atkinson, Associate Professor of History.

Title: “Queen Salome: Jerusalem’s Warrior Monarch of the First Century B.C.E.”


February 4, 2013: Ruth Chananie-Hill, Assistant Professor of Sociology.

Title: “Effects of Social Movement and Institutional Networks on University Diversity Policies, Initiatives, and Culture.”


March 4, 2013: Francesca Soans, Associate Professor of Communication Studies.

Title: "Documentary Memory, Place and Identity: Sons of Jacob Synagogue."

April  1, 2013: Outstanding Graduate Research Paper Award


The CROW Forums are held on the first Monday of each month at 12 noon in the Center for Multicultural Education, Room 109A.

Faculty, staff, students and members of the wider community are invited!