The New York Times quoted Liza Black in their piece, “Sacheen Littlefeather and the Question of Native Identity."
On November 4th, Maria Bucur is giving the keynote address at the 8th annual conference of the World Center for Women’s Studies, with the theme Gender Equality, Conflict and Humanitarian Crisis: Issues and Prospects for the Future. The conference is held virtually this year. Her presentation is titled “Gender Justice in the Twenty-First Century: Global Challenges, Local Responses, Transnational Connections.”
History adjunct faculty member Dan Caner has been awarded the 2022 Philip Schaff prize for his book, The Rich and the Pure: Philanthropy and the Making of Christian Society in Early Byzantium. The Schaff prize is awarded by the American Society of Church History for the best book on the history of Christianity published in North America in the previous year.
Ellen Wu published a piece on Slate this week: "Asian Americans Helped Build Affirmative Action. What happened?"