Monday, January 14, 2008

Women's and Gender Studies - On the Map

So, yes, I'm a huge dork - but I am so excited that the National Women's Studies Association has finished the first stage in their project to
collect data [to] provide a comprehensive portrait of [women's and gender studies] programs and how they manifest themselves in different U.S. institutions of higher education.
There is a comprehensive report of the information they analyzed about 652 women's and gender studies programs - and an executive summary for folks who prefer 1-pagers. I'm off to get started on reading the results...


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Carnival of Feminists #51

Returns to the Source

Back on Philobiblon, it's the best feminist blog digest out there!


Please note that as my M.A. thesis project is complete, the George Washington University is no longer overseeing research conducted in conjunction with this blog (effective June 2007 to present). The Informed Consent Materials created while this blog was under GWU's IRB oversight are still available for your information and the principles outlined in them are still being used as a general guide for my continued work.