- Fall 2003, Vol. 12, No. 1 (requires
- Medicine, Health, and Society, An Interview
with Matthew Ramsey and Larry Churchill
- Medicine, Health, and Society: 2003/2004 Fellows
- 2004/2005 Fellowships
- Stephen J. Pyne to Deliver 2003 Howard Lecture
- 2004 Warren Center Summer Graduate Student
- 2002/2003 Warren Center Fellows Conference
- Race and Wealth Disparity in 21st-Century
The 2004/2005 Fellows Program at the Warren Center, Strategic
Actions: Women, Power, and Gender Norms, will be co-directed by
Vanderbilt University faculty members Holly McCammon (sociology) and
Cecelia Tichi (English). The year-long seminar will bring together scholars
from a variety of disciplines to explore the ways in which women have
acted strategically to further womens interests and to reconstruct
Women have been strategic in activism, literature, law, politics, religious
institutions, families, the arts, the workplace, and the public dialogue.
Their strategies are sometimes globally focused but at other times are
focused at the national, community, or even personal level. Often the
goals of these actions are combined with racial, ethnic, class, or regional
The Warren Center will sponsor a Visiting Fellow with expertise in
the area of study, in addition to selected Vanderbilt faculty members.
Information regarding the internal and external applications processes
can be obtained from the Warren Center.
For more information, contact the Center's executive director, Mona C. Frederick.
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