IAS News

Julie Shayne Blogs About the Limits of the Tenure Track

IAS faculty member Julie Shayne writes on “Losing the Tenure Track, Finding Activist Scholarship” in the Gender & Society blog. In her post, Shayne talks about the political freedom she found once she left the tenure track. 

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S. Charusheela Speaks Economics and Gender in Delhi

S. Charusheela gave a seminar for M.Phil students at the Centre for Development Practice, Ambedkar University Delhi, on postcolonial economics on Thursday August 27, and public lectures on "Sexing the Economy: Capitalcentrism and the Gendered Subject" and "Engendering Feudalism:  Alternate Subjects for Post-capitalist Futures" on Friday, August 28.

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Kari Lerum Publishes in Sex Roles

IAS faculty member Kari Lerum is the lead author of an article published in the journal Sex Roles. The article...

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Wanda Gregory Completes her PhD

IAS faculty member Wanda Gregory successfully defended her PhD at the University College Dublin in July. Her dissertation, explores how digital games...

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Kristin Gustafson recognized by two Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication divisions

www.aejmc.org/ IAS faculty member, Kristin Gustafson, was recognized for her research and leadership at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). She received second place in the...

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