GWS News

* Barbara Ransby was featured on Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman to discuss her recent book, "Eslanda: The Large and Unconventional Life of Mrs. Paul Robeson" (more)

* The Model World Conference was highlighted in Atlas, the magazine for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (more)

* Alumna Nitoshia Ford was featured in Atlas, the magazine for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for UIC (more)

*The Director of Gender and Women's Studies Jennifer Brier was featured in a the Feast of Fun podcast discussing Chicago's Extrordinary Queer History (more)

* Gayatri Reddy received the LAS Dean's Award for Faculty Research for her project, "The 'African' Diaspora in India"

  • Windy City Times features a review of Infectious Ideas: U.S. Political Responses to the AIDS Crisis, a new book written by Jennifer Brier, UIC associate professor of gender and women's studies and history. (more)
  • Stephanie Riger, GWS's Director of Undergraduate Studies, coauthored an article highlighting an interdisciplinary center at the UIC focused on collaborative research on violence. (more)
  • Jennifer Brier, UIC's Acting Director of Gender and Women's studies and associate professor of History, curated Out in Chicago, an exhibit on GLBT experience at the Chicago History Museum. (more)