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Professor Jennifer Brief is Rewarded a Grant to Fund Her History Project of HIV-positive Women
Jul 19, 2017
NC Chronicle Covers Lecture by Professor Barbara Ransby
Apr 15, 2016
Barbara Ransby, LAS Distinguished Professor of African American Studies, Gender and Women’s Studies, and History delivered a lecture to students at a private university in Winston-Salem, South Carolina.
New Yorker Quotes LAS Distinguished Professor Barbara Ransby
Mar 28, 2016
A New Yorker article about the Black Lives Matter Movement and its modern development quotes Gender and Women’s Studies Professor Barbara Ransby for her insight on community activism.
Barbara Ransby Listed as Among Most Influential Feminist Public Intellectuals In RSN Article About Black Lives Matter Movement
Mar 11, 2016
Lecture Given By Barbara Ransby Profiled In WFU News Article
Mar 11, 2016
Event Moderated by LAS Professor Jennifer Brier Previewed in Windy City Times
Jan 27, 2016
Beth Richie Moderates Segment at Panel Held at Wake Forest University
Jan 08, 2016
Excerpts From LAS Professor Beth Richie’s Book Featured in Truth-Out Article
Oct 22, 2015
Interview with Professor Beth Richie Featured in Deadspin Article
Oct 14, 2015
LAS Professors Roderick Ferguson and Jane Rhodes Interviewed on FOX 32 News
Sep 18, 2015
Roderick Ferguson, professor of African American Studies and Gender and Women’s Studies, and Jane Rhodes, professor and head of the African American Studies Department, were recently interviewed on FOX 32’s 9 PM newscast on September 16, 2015.
John D’Emilio Speaks at Chicago Bookstore LGBT History Month Event
Oct 20, 2014
The Daily Northwestern reports that John D’Emilio, professor emeritus of gender and women’s studies and history, spoke at an event organized by the Bookends & Beginnings bookstore on October 16.
Crain’s Chicago Business Interviews LAS Professor Beth Richie
Oct 20, 2014
Crain’s Chicago Business interviewed Beth Richie, director of the UIC Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy, about her appointment to a National Football League expert panel addressing issues of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Essay by LAS Professor Emerita Judith Kegan Gardiner in Today's Chicago Woman Magazine
Oct 20, 2014
The October issue of Today's Chicago Woman features an essay from Judith Kegan Gardiner, UIC professor emerita of English and gender and women's studies, on the future of relationships.
UIC News: Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame to Induct UIC Historian
Oct 13, 2014
Jennifer Brier, director of the gender and women’s studies program at the University of Illinois at Chicago, is one of 15 people selected for induction into the Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame.
UIC News: LAS Policy Expert Named to NFL’s Violence Panel
Oct 13, 2014
Beth Richie, director of the Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy at the University of Illinois at Chicago, has been named a senior adviser to the National Football League’s policy group addressing domestic violence and sexual assault.
Windy City Times Covers Event Honoring John D'Emilio
Sep 24, 2014
Windy City Times recapped the UIC gender and women's studies department's recent two-day symposium honoring the career of John D'Emilio, pioneering gay history scholar and UIC professor emeritus of gender and women's studies and history.
Fall of the Wall Week Begins September 22
Sep 19, 2014
The LAS School of Literatures, Cultural Studies, and Linguistics and Department of Germanic Studies will be hosting the "Fall of the Wall" campus week starting Monday, September 22nd to mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Windy City Times Profiles GWS Professor Emeritus John D'Emilio
Jul 28, 2014
An article in the Windy City Times profiled John D'Emilio, UIC professor emeritus of gender and women's studies and history, who retired in May.
Professor Emerita Judith Kegan Gardiner Named Among TCW's 100 Women of Inspiration
Jul 07, 2014
Today's Chicago Women magazine has named LAS professor emeritus of gender and women’s studies Judith Kegan Gardiner among their 2014 list of 100 Women of Inspiration.
UIC News: John D'Emilio on How the LGBT Movement Changed American Culture
Jun 30, 2014
LAS Professor John D'Emilio, of the gender and women's studies and history departments, conducted a reading, talk and book signing at Women and Children First Bookstore on June 26.
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