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What's News in Women's and Gender Studies

Professor Maral Yessayan will be a plenary speaker at the upcoming joint conference of the American Society for Theater Research (ASTR) and the Theater Library Association (TLA) in November 2014 under the theme: "What Performs?"

Professor Deborah Brooks's book He Runs, She Runs has been selected to receive the American Political Science Association (APSA) 2014 Victoria Schuck Award, given annually for the best book published on women and politics.

Professor Irene Kacandes has been elected Vice President of the German Studies Association. 

Winter 2015 Events

February 1: Applications for the AMES/WGST Hyderabad Foreign Study Program are due.

February 10: "Fears, Fallacies and Failures: How AIDS Became an Epidemic." Denise McWilliams, Executive Director of the New England Innocence Project, will give the Fifteenth Annual Stonewall Lecture. 4:15 PM, Rockefeller Hall, Room 2.

And Also ...

Check out Science in Greenland: It's a Girl Thing, a video created by Dartmouth women graduate students in the IGERT Polar Environmental Change PhD Program at the Institute of Arctic Studies, featuring field work in Greenland in Summer 2012. 

Professor Michael Bronski's recently published book A Queer History of the United States was honored with the 2012 Lambda Literary Award for Nonfiction and the Israel Fishman Non-Fiction Award by the American Library Association.

Last Updated: 1/26/15