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Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth

217 Wilson Hall
6256 Hinman Box
Hanover, NH
03755-3529 USA
Phone: + (1) 603 646-8867
Fax: + (1) 603 646 0998
Email: GRID@dartmouth.edu
 
 

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What We Do

 

       The Gender Research Institute (GRID) encourages, facilitates, and showcases gender-related research, teaching, and social engagement that address why the 21st century is still a time profoundly structured by gender, racial, ethnic, sexual, and economic inequality.

       GRID is a meeting ground where researchers, teachers, students, outreach professionals, and scholar-activists from across the globe come together to study, debate, and translate intellectual discussion and practical experience into projects of social justice on a multitude of local, national, and international scales.

 

Interesting News/Events Happening Now

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GRID Undergraduate Research-Travel Fellowships (Deadline Nov 24, 2014)

The Gender Research Institute, with additional funding from the Program in Women's and Gender Studies, the Office of the Provost, the Office of the Dean of Faculty, and the Dickey Center for International Understanding, offers 4 research-travel fellowships for students to help design and participate in a research symposium at the University of Deusto, Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain). The symposium will be on a gender-related topic of international significance and will be held in June 2015.

For more information, see: Funded Opportunities

GRID Postdoctoral Fellow 2015-17 (Deadline Dec 10, 2014)

The Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth (GRID) welcomes applications for a postdoctoral fellowship to begin in Fall 2015 for a two-year appointment (Sept 2015-June 2017). Applicants may be from any academic discipline, provided that their research has a strong gender-related emphasis.

For more information, see: Funded Opportunities

 

GRID in the News:

2013 GRID Fellow, Jennifer Alford-Teaster, in conjunction with the New Hampshire Women's Initiative and the Women's Fund of New Hampshire have released the Equal Pay Report, a report outlining pay inequality nationally, its presence in NH, and suggestions on how to overcome the wage divide. The report has received praise and recognition from Governor Maggie Hassan and will continue to be discussed as Jenn travels to the upcoming New England Women's Conference and participates in a breakout session called Women in Political Leadership Conference. Jennifer's work on this topic stemmed from her work in the GRID "Seeds of Change" research seminar in Spring 2013.

For more information, see: http://nhwi.org/equal-pay-report/

Dartmouth Now - http://now.dartmouth.edu/2014/09/fall-term-brings-new-living-and-learning-options/

GRID Postdoctoral Fellow, Brianne Gallagher, and Post Baccalaureate Fellow, Stephanie Chavez-Yenter, join Triangle House and Gender Equity Floor as live-in advisors for Residential Life's new Living Learning Communities.

 

*The Gender Research Institute Announces the Spring 2015 Seminar*

 Just Words: Free Speech and Social Change
The Spring 2015 GRID Seminar will bring together students, researchers, media practitioners, and activists to examine the value and limits of the right to freedom of expression in the pursuit of social justice. The ability to communicate without government censorship is crucial in bringing about social and political change and, yet, unregulated speech, especially in the form of on-line abuse of activists on social media can silence and marginalize. Words—and pictures and videos—can galvanize political movements, but can also be used to harass and threaten those engaged in them, and it isn't always the case that more speech is a sufficient response to harmful speech, given the instantaneous global reach of the internet and the difficulty of responding effectively. The participants in this seminar will attend a series of public lectures on these and related issues and will also engage in group discussions with visiting speakers. Speakers and dates TBA.

For more information on previous seminars, see past events

 

Last Updated: 12/16/14