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Pandemic, Crisis and Social Justice Symposium begins Wed., Sept. 30
September 25, 2020
The four virtual lectures by scholars and activists were coordinated by the Department of World Languages and Cultures, El Centro, and programs of Latin American Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies Program, International and Global Studies, and the Women's, Gender, and Sexualities Studies.
Rochelle Ford to moderate town hall on diverse voices of Black and White women
September 18, 2020
The dean of the School of Communications will lead a virtual panel discussion on Monday, Sept. 21, addressing issues and findings outlined in the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated’s new study, “In Our Voices."
Liza Taylor wins award for Best Research Article in top-ranked political science journal
August 31, 2020
Research by Assistant Professor of Political Science and Policy Studies Liza Taylor into the democratic feminist politics of renowned feminist theorist Susan Okin has won the “Polity Prize” for the best research article in 2019.
Liza Taylor’s research spotlighted in a conversation on racial justice and progressive social change
August 18, 2020
Research by Taylor, assistant professor of political science and policy studies, into the coalitional strategies of U.S. women of color feminism has been selected for a limited-term open access critical conversation about race and progressive social change in New Political Science.
The Rev. Donna Vanhook ’07, health and social justice class at Elon partner to support elderly population
June 3, 2020
The local minister formed a community partnership with Elon’s Assistant Professor of Philosophy Lauren Guilmette and the Alamance Resiliency Coalition to provide resources to help the older populations of East Burlington during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ringelberg presents at Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference
March 16, 2020
“'The flower that thinks, the flower that suffers': Anthropomorphization as Art and Science in the Belle Époque" was part of a panel on The Art of Botanizing.
LGBTQ+ NFL athlete Ryan Russell to speak in Alumni Gym on March 1
February 25, 2020
Ryan Russell, the first openly LGBTQ+ athlete in the NFL is the keynote speaker for the Men's Leadership in Gender Equity Conference - an event to engage men on empathy, communication & allyship.
Events bring awareness to gender-based violence
February 14, 2020
The Gender & LGBTQIA Center, with campus and community partners, coordinates many events for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and Supporting Survivors week.
Amy Allocco is awarded a Collaborative International Research Grant
February 14, 2020
Amy Allocco has received a Collaborative International Research Grant from the American Academy of Religion to support joint fieldwork in India, a symposium, and a special journal issue with a colleague from the University of Helsinki.
Allocco publishes book chapter on feminist anthropology and mentoring
December 17, 2019
The chapter is included in a volume that grew out of an April 2018 symposium at Colgate University honoring two of Allocco’s undergraduate mentors.