Old-Age Justice and Black Feminist History: Sojourner Truth’s and Harriet Tubman’s Intersectional Legacies
by Corinne T. Field
by Corinne T. Field
In collaboration with Caribbean International Resource Network, Matthew Chin coordinated the Digital Collection Launch of the Jamaica Gaily News (1977-1984)
In collaboration with Caribbean International Resource Network, Matthew Chin coordinated the Digital Collection Launch of the Jamaica Gaily News (1977-1984), the publication of the anglophone Caribbean's first self-proclaimed gay activist organization, the Gay Freedom Movement in Jamaica.
Please join us in celebrating Doug Meyer’s recent publication in the highly regarded journal Social Problems just this past October.
See below for the citation and link to the piece. Congratulations, Doug!
Doug Meyer. 2020. “Racializing Emasculation: An Intersectional Analysis of Queer Men’s Evaluations of Sexual Assault.” Social Problems. https://doi.org/10.1093/socpro/spaa053
The WGS department is sorry to share that Abby Arnold, who was a lecturer at WGS, died recently after a long illness. The obituary from the Daily Progress is below:
A “short take” linking old-age justice and racial justice that was recently published by WGS Associate Professor Corinne Field and Cultural Critic Margaret Gullette.
The University of Notre Dame’s Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) has selected 9 scholars to join its 2020-2021 class of faculty fellows. For the first time, NDIAS programming has been organized around a theme, with this year’s fellows focusing on the Nature of Trust.
Dear graduating students, we, in the Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality, are proud of you and your accomplishments. You never lost sight of your scholarly goals, yet at the same time, you continued to be some of the most socially conscious and politically alert students at this university. We salute your commitment to the welfare of the world we live in. We admire your unflinching dedication to the creation of a non-violent world for all. Go on, my friends, be a seeker after knowledge and enlightenment, after compassion and justice.
To the WGS Graduates of 2020–
This is undoubtedly a challenging and stressful time, but I encourage you to remember the words of Wilma Rudolph, three-time Olympic gold medalist in 1960:
“Never underestimate the power of dreams and the influence of the human spirit. We are all the same in this notion: The potential for greatness lives within each of us.”
Thank you for sharing your greatness and your spirit with WGS; you have inspired us with your dedication and passion. Hold onto those dreams and make sure you stay in touch in the months and years to come.
WGS is pleased to announce that we have been awarded significant new support from one of our founding donors. We are very grateful for this donation, which was made “in acknowledgment of amazing achievements and to support continued growth.”
ANNOUNCEMENT - RISING SCHOLARS POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP
November 7, 2022
Rising Scholars Postdoctoral Fellowship
Review of applications will begin January 16, 2023.
Please join the WGS Department in congratulating Professor Corinne Field on the release of her latest book, The Global History of Black Girlhood.