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Whelan discusses "Mad Men" depiction of divorce in 60's

Visiting Assistant Professor in Sociology and Women's Studies affiliate, Christine Whelan, talks to the Post-Gazette.

Ronald J. Zboray & Mary Saracino Zboray publish "Voices Without Votes"

See video of the author's lightning round at the Joint Journalism Historians Conference

Jean Ferguson Carr

Women's Studies Director is a recipient of the 2010 Provost's Award for Excellence in Mentoring. 

Shalini Puri

Associate Prof. of English & WS affiliate recipient of 2010 Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award

Lerner-Scott Dissertation Prize to Visiting Scholar

Jessie Ramey received the award from the Organization of American Historians.

Jessie Ramey received the John Heinz Dissertation Award

Women's Studies Visiting Scholar Jessie Ramie received the award at a January 21, 2010 ceremony in Washington D.C.

Nicole Constable edits Critical Asian Studies

Dr. Nicole Constable edited a special two volume issue of the journal Critical Asian Studies (Dec. 2008 and March 2009) on the topic of "Distant Divides and Intimate Connections: Migrant Domestic Workers in Asia."

Todd Reeser's "Masculinities in Theory" published in 2010

 

This interdisciplinary book came out from Blackwell Publishers.

Lisa Parker

Lisa S. Parker, PhD, a philosopher-bioethicist and Associate Professor of Human Genetics, participated in a Fogarty International Center NIH Training Program to help develop research capacity in India, where she was also invited to give the 2009 keynote ethics address to the Indian Society of Human Genetics.

Marianne Novy

With help from the School of Arts and Sciences, Women's Studies, English, and other units at Pitt, Duquesne, CMU, and Carlow, Professor Marianne Novy organized the Pittsburgh Consortium for Adoption Studies. 

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