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What feminism, intersectionality, and place in political resistance can tell us about the American South by SWS Past President, Wanda Rushing

Check out this article by SWS Past President, Wanda Rushing, that is based on the paper, “No Place for a Feminist: Intersectionality and the Problem South: SWS Presidential Address” that was in the June 2017 Issue of Gender & Society.

 

What feminism, intersectionality, and place in political resistance can tell us about the American South

 

 

SWS Affirms and Supports the AAUP Statement Regarding Charlottesville

Horrific events unfolded in Charlottesville, Virginia while many of us were at the 2017 Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) Summer Meeting in Montréal. SWS supports and affirms the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Statement Regarding Charlottesville. Please find this statement at the following website:

https://www.aaup.org/media-release/aaup-statement-regarding-charlottesville#.WZwzqq2ZPBJ

 

See You In Montréal!

Looking forward to seeing many of you in Montréal, August 12-14th. Click on the “Meetings Update” section of the homepage for more information. Registration will be available on-site.

SWS Past Treasurer, Mangala Subramaniam, named Susan Bulkeley Butler Chair for Leadership Excellence at Purdue University

SWS is pleased to announce that SWS Past Treasurer, Mangala Subramaniam, has been named the Susan Bulkeley Butler Chair for Leadership Excellence at Purdue University. The announcement states, “In her new role, Subramaniam serves as director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence, leading its mission to develop leadership capacity through research, education and collaborations that helps to advance the inclusion of women and broaden their representation in academic administration. The appointment is effective Aug. 14.”

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SWS Members Leading the ASA

Sociologists for Women in Society would like to congratulate the following SWS members who were elected to serve in the 2017 American Sociological Association elections. 

Congratulations!

President-Elect  

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