Dr. Kate Cairns coauthored the article “Social Reproduction Theory Revisited” published in the British Journal of Sociology of Education. Read the article here.
Please join me in extending a big Congrats to Heather Reel – who was awarded a prestigious AAUW Dissertation Fellowship for AY 2021-2022 (American Association of University Women). The AAUW motto is “Empowering women since 1881.” An excellent sentiment, and a great honor!
Dr. Kate Cairns delivered an invited talk at the Department of Nutritional Sciences at Rutgers-New Brunswick entitled “Feeding Relations: Food as a Lens onto Inequality.” Here’s a link to the seminar series: https://nutrition.rutgers.edu/seminars.html
I’m thrilled to share that Michelle Lyttle-Storrod accepted a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire. She will begin in Fall 2021 and will help implement the Department’s new Master’s Program and assist in developing a major in Cyber Criminology. Her new colleagues and students will … Continue reading Graduate Student Michelle Lyttle-Storrod to join Saint Anselm College as an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice…
It gives me great pleasure to share with you that Diana recently received news that she has been selected as a Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Fellow at George Mason University. She will be part of the School of Integrative Studies which includes a concentration in Childhood Studies. She will be joining them in August 2021.
Dr. Lauren Silver has recently authored an article titled “Queering reproductive justice: Memories, mistakes and motivations to transform kinship” published in the September issue of Feminist Anthropology. Read the article here.