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Knocked Up and Locked Up: Pregnancy and Prisons in Literature and Law

The Fall 2014 course will examine the political, racial and social contexts that pregnant women in prison experience.

Ghosts of Doctors Past with Melissa Stein

Medical standards and procedures have been sharply influenced by the past - shaped by social context and a great deal of trial and error. A new course, GWS 309: Health, History, & Human Diversity, will focus on how health care and the medical field has been shaped around social constructions of gender, race, and diversity throughout its history, continuing to play a role in contemporary medicine. In this podcast, Melissa Stein, an assistant professor in the Gender & Women’s Studies Department, discusses the aims, content, and importance of GWS 309 and how it can impact future patients and practitioners of medicine.

This podcast was produced by Casey Hibbard.

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UK Students Have Questions, East Kentuckians Have Answers

Students from UK and EKU are supporting local efforts to promote ecotourism in Eastern Kentucky.

'Reel to Real' to Take Historic Look at Film With Kentucky, Oscar Connections

A Career? Have No Fear.

The Department of Gender and Women's Studies will be hosting an interactive, virtual panel that will feature people who graduated with GWS degrees. The event will take place Monday, January 27, from 2-4 pm in the Hardymon Theater in the Marksbury Building on UK's campus.

All The Right Ingredients: Sydney Dobson

Sydney Dobson's travels to Uganda will combine a number of her passions into one endeavor.

New Faculty 2013: Meet Chamara Jewel Kwakye

The African American and Africana Studies Program and the Department of Gender and Women's Studies are excited to welcome Chamara Jewel Kwakye to their faculty!
 
Kwakye's work at the University of Kentucky will revolve around the examination of the life experiences of black women and girls particularly focusing on their educational experiences. Like many who come to UK and join departments within the College of Arts & Sciences, Kwakye was drawn by the interdisciplinary approach that the school fosters. Another draw was the college's commitment to digital studies which Kwakye hopes to capitalize on with her new research project focusing on how young black women use performance and social media to express their lives.  
 
This podcast is part of a series highlighting the new faculty members who joined the College of Arts and Sciences in the fall 2013 semester.
 

This podcast was produced by Patrick O'Dowd.

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Ready To Represent: UK will be in full force at the 37th Annual National Women's Studies Association Conference

90 miles to the north of Lexington on the banks of the Ohio River is the “The Queen City.” The nickname itself could probably be the topic of a panel discussion when the 37th annual meeting of the National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) rolls into town in early November.

UK Faculty Named Fulbright Recipients

Sponsored by the United States Department of State, and the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program, which provides funding to undertake graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and teaching.

PEN Award-winning Author Jennifer Haigh Featured at KWWC

Critically acclaimed author Jennifer Haigh, a recipient of a PEN/Hemingway Award, will be among this year's workshop presenters at the Kentucky Women Writers Conference.

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