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Past IRWG Programs

For more information about Past Programs, especially to avoid duplication in a new program proposal, please contact irwg.faculty.programs@umich.edu.

Feminist Political Economy Initiative

Prof. Leela Fernandes (Women's Studies, Political Science)

Gender, Race and History

Prof. Hannah Rosen (IRWG)

Middle East/South Asia Gender and Sexuality Studies Initiative

Prof. Kathryn Babayan (Near Eastern Studies, History)

African Diaspora Sexualities

Prof. Sandra Gunning (Afroamerican and African Studies, American Culture, English, and Women's Studies)

Addiction and Gender

Prof. Michelle McClellan (History, Residential College, IRWG)

Gender and Global Health

Prof. Rachel Snow (Health Behavior and Health Education, Population Studies Center)

Native American Culture, Gender, and Healing

Prof. Joseph P. Gone (Psychology and American Culture)

Danger Talk: Conflicting Values, Politics, and Discourse in Feminist Practices

Dr. Lisa Harris (Obstetrics & Gynecology) and Jane Hassinger (IRWG and Women’s Studies)

Culture, Health, And Medicine

Prof. Jonathan Metzl (Psychiatry and Women’s Studies)

Reproductive Governance in Latin America

Prof. Elizabeth Roberts (Anthropology and Residential College)

Gender and the Media

Prof. Susan Douglas (Communication Studies)

Gender and Technology

Prof. Abigail Stewart (Psychology and Women’s Studies

Global Turns and Gender Returns

Prof. Nancy Hunt (History and Obstetrics & Gynecology)

Gender and Achievement Research Program (GARP)

Prof. Jacquelynne Eccles (Psychology, Education, IRWG, and ISR)

Interdisciplinary Research Program on Violence Across the Lifespan (IRVPAL)

Prof. Sandra Graham-Bermann (Psychology and Women’s Studies); and Prof. Daniel Saunders (Social Work)

Gender and Development in Comparative Perspective

Prof. Fatma Muge Gocek (Sociology)

Interdisciplinary Research Program on Ethnicity, Class, and Gender

Prof. Pamela Trotman Reid (Education and Women’s Studies)

Looking into Visual Culture–Issues of Women and Gender

Prof. Joanne Leonard (Art & Design and Women’s Studies)

Michigan Initiative for Women’s Health (MIWH)

Prof. Carolyn Sampselle (Nursing and Women’s Studies) Dr. Lisa Kane Low (Nursing and Women’s Studies)

Redefining Censorship: Gender-Based Restraints on Expression and Communication

Prof. Donna Stanton (Romance Languages and Literatures and Women’s Studies )

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