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28th IU Women’s and Gender Studies Undergraduate Conference to highlight feminist perspectives

28th IU Women’s and Gender Studies Undergraduate Conference to highlight feminist perspectives

April 3, 2016

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.) – Undergraduate scholars from IU Southeast and other IU system campuses will gather on Friday, April 8 at IU Southeast for the 28th IU Women’s and Gender Studies Undergraduate Conference. The theme of this year’s gathering is “The F-Word.” The students will present research and creative work exploring and critiquing ...

Faculty Spotlight: Kelly Ryan

Faculty Spotlight: Kelly Ryan

October 29, 2015

Kelly Ryan School of Social Sciences Associate Professor of History Biography Kelly Ryan is associate professor of the department of history at IU Southeast, and teaches classes in early American history, gender and sexuality. Her research focuses on the revolutionary and early national periods of U.S. history. Her book, Regulating Passion: Sexuality and Patriarchal Rule ...

IU Southeast librarian brings information literacy to library instruction

IU Southeast librarian brings information literacy to library instruction

October 9, 2015

What is a library? Is it merely a static building that contains books, journals and other research materials organized by subject, author and title? Until recently, that definition might have been the prevailing wisdom, especially in non-academic settings. Today, not so much. Today’s academic library increasingly understands itself as an active participant in the teaching ...

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