Category Archives: gender

‘The Little Heart’ screening + Panel Discussion

Come join the UW Women’s Center for a free screening of the “The Little Heart” followed by a panel discussion on gender-based violence in Vietnam. The Little Heart’ screening + Panel Discussion Hosted by the University of Washington, Women’s Center   Monday, … Continue reading

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May 17th Free Screening of Sex+Money: A National Search for Human Worth

Sex+Money: A National Search for Human Worth is a feature length documentary that follows a group of journalists as they travel in an RV across the United States, seeking to understand how the sexual exploitation of children has become the … Continue reading

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Open Courses to Consider…

POL S 204 Introduction to Comparative Politics (5) I&S Political systems in a comparative framework. Traditional and contemporary approaches to the study of governments and societies in different countries. Offered: WSp. Instructor Course Description: Adrian C. Sinkler Amanda M Fulmer … Continue reading

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New Course in Labor Studies for Spring Quarter!

n Spring 2009, the Bridges Center is proud to sponsor this special course in Labor Studies. Students, please consider registering for this class, which may not be offered again. Faculty, lease help us publicize this course by passing it along … Continue reading

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Selected Spring 09 Social Science Courses

Selected Social Science Courses, Spring 09 A representative cross-section of Spring 09 courses available across social science departments, listed by theme or keyword. Some of these classes have prerequisites or other entry restrictions, but the intent is to offer a … Continue reading

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Lecture, Tonight! Johnson RM 120 @ 7:00pm

The Women Studies Department is proud to host Afsaneh Najmabadi for the 2009 Stice Memorial Lecture. Dr. Najmbadi is the Francis Lee Higginson Professor of History and of Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality at Harvard University. Her lecture “Sex … Continue reading

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