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Julie Shayne blogs about having “senior” status without tenure in academia

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Julie Shayne, faculty coordinator of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies wrote her third blog piece for Conditionally Accepted about what it means to be considered senior faculty while on the lecturer track. In it she argues that while senior in rank within IAS there are still stark material, cultural, and structural differences that subordinate even senior lecturers to junior faculty on the tenure track. In the piece, she was asked to offer recommendations that other universities might take up to rectify the inequities. She ...

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Julie Shayne co-publishes paper in the Feminist Teacher

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IAS faculty member and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies coordinator Julie Shayne co-authored with Denise Hattwig, Dave Ellenwood, and Taylor Hiner a paper titled “Creating Counter Archives: The University of Washington Bothell's Feminist Community Archive of Washington Project” that was published in the newest issue of the Feminist Teacher.

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Julie Shayne organized two sessions and presents a paper at the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA) conference

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IAS faculty member and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies coordinator Julie Shayne organized two sessions at this year’s PSA conference. The first one was “The Feminist Classroom: Pedagogy, Student Research, and Film” where she presented a paper called “Feminist Pedagogy and Collaboration: The Feminist Community Archive of Washington (FCA-WA).” The session also included a paper by Shayne’s former student and IAS alum Taylor Hiner (read by Julie in their absence.) Shayne and Hiner presented about the FCA-WA ...

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Julie Shayne blogs in honor of International Women’s Day

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IAS faculty member and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies faculty coordinator Julie Shayne was invited by the editors of State of Nature to ponder the question “What is the Biggest Challenge Facing Women Today?” as part of a blog in honor of International Women’s Day.  Her response to that question argues that the current president of the US is women’s and femmes’ biggest challenge. She maintains “He [and his team] are responsible for emboldening a toxic cocktail of misogyny, racism, and xenophobia,” which ultimately translates into “the biggest obstacle women and femmes face in living with ...

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Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies faculty have big presence at the National Women’s Studies Association (#NWSA2017) conference

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The NWSA held its annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland this year. The conference’s theme was “Forty Years After Combahee: Feminist Scholars and Activists Engage the Movement for Black Lives” and was an inspiring weekend full of panels, round-table discussions, plenaries, meetings, receptions, networking, and socializing. Seven GWSS faculty presented and co-presented papers. GWSS faculty coordinator Julie Shayne organized a panel called ...

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