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  • Pernille Ipsen

    Professor Pernille Ipsen’s Book Nominated for Three Major Prizes in Denmark

    Professor Pernille Ipsen’s book, Et åbent øjeblik (An Open Moment)—a collective biography of her seven mothers and their lives in and with the Danish women’s and lesbian movements in the 1970s—has been nominated for three …

  • Julia De Georgeo

    Julia De Georgeo – GWS Student Spotlight

    Julia is a junior majoring in Gender and Women’s Studies and Health Promotion and Health Equity. In the last year, Julia worked with a team of physicians, health care and organization development experts to create …

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    Professor Annie Menzel Receives Research Service Grant Award

    Professor Annie Menzel received a Research Service Grant Award for Summer 2021, for her summer research project, “Birthing Paradox: Race, Colonization, and Radicalism in US Midwifery.” This award recognizes the “service contributions that untenured faculty …

  • Ed Graves, Alumni Spotlight

    Ed Graves – Alumni Spotlight, Class of 2006

    Ed Graves graduated from UW-Madison in 2006 with majors in Agricultural Science and Rural Sociology (now Community and Environmental Sociology) and an LGBTQ+ Studies certificate. In 2009, Ed completed a MLIS in Information Science from …

  • Kelly Ward

    Faculty Focus: Kelly Marie Ward

    Assistant Professor Kelly Marie Ward, whose position began in Fall 2020, is our February Faculty Focus. She is currently an Anna Julia Cooper Postdoctoral Fellow, and they will begin teaching courses in Gender and Women’s …

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